Biographical Sketches of the Graduates of Yale College with Annals of the College History: September 1805-September 1815 (Google eBook)

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H. Holt, 1912
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Page 436 - DD, Professor in Yale College. To which are added, *' Walker's Key " to the Pronunciation of Classical and Scriptural Proper Names ; a Vocabulary of Modern Geographical Names ; Phrases and Quotations from the Ancient and Modern Languages ; Abbreviations used in Writing, Printing, &c.
Page 796 - Bill (S. 225) to admit California as a state into the Union, to establish territorial governments for Utah and New Mexico, and making proposals to Texas for the establishment of her western and northern boundaries," together with a special report from the select committee, was submitted by Hon.
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Page 253 - Gesenius' Hebrew and English Lexicon of the Old Testament, including the Biblical Chaldee, from the Latin. By EDWARD ROBINSON. Fifth Edition.
Page 458 - A Letter to Daniel Webster, ... in Reply to his Legal Opinion to Baring, Brothers & Co. upon the Illegality and Unconstitutionality of State Bonds, and Loans of State Credit.
Page 212 - STORRS' (Henry R.) Speech on the Proposition to amend the Constitution of the United States, respecting the Election of President and Vice President.
Page 39 - A statesman of more unbending integrity, or more unwavering fidelity to what he deemed the highest interests of the Union, never occupied a seat in the Senate of the United States ; and the records of that body during the last eight years bear ample testimony to the untiring industry, energy, and distinguished ability with which he discharged the responsible duties assigned him by his native State.
Page 152 - Annual Address delivered before the New York State Medical Society, and .Members of the Legislature, at the Capitol.
Page 209 - An Oration pronounced at New Haven, before the Society of Phi Beta Kappa, September 12, 1826. On some of the Considerations, which should influence an Epic or a Tragic Writer, in the Choice of an Era.

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