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" The Court agree to give Four Hundred Pounds towards a School or College, whereof Two Hundred Pounds shall be paid the next year, and Two Hundred Pounds when the work is finished, and the next Court to appoint where and what building. "
Alumni Register - Page 113
1900
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A history of education in the United States

Edwin Grant Dexter - Education - 1904 - 656 pages
...day of September, 1630: " The Court agree to give Four Hundred Pounds toward a School or College, whereof Two Hundred Pounds shall be paid the next...the next Court to appoint where and what building." Quincy, (I) Vol. I, p. 8. The next general court appointed twelve of the most eminent men of the colony,...
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A History of Higher Education in America

Charles Franklin Thwing - Education - 1906 - 501 pages
...the Colony of Massachusetts Bay voted to ' ' give four hundred Pounds towards a school or College, whereof two hundred Pounds shall be paid the next...the next Court to appoint where and what building. ' ' In {he following year twelve of the most eminent men of the Colony, appointed by the General Court,...
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John Harvard and his times

Henry Charles Shelley - 1907 - 331 pages
...agreed to give 400 towards a school or college, whereof 200 to be paid the next year, and 200 when the work is finished, and the next court to appoint where and what building." But the "next court" did not fulfil that obligation. No doubt the explanation may be sought in trouble...
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Individual training in our colleges

Clarence Frank Birdseye - Education, Higher - 1907 - 434 pages
...or tax of the whole colony) towards the erection of a "schoole or Colledge" ; two hundred pounds to be paid the next year, and two hundred pounds when the work was finished.* 1 Universities and their Sons, I, 582. 2 Peirce's History oj Harvard University, 2....
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Putnam's Magazine: An Illustrated Monthly of Literature, Art and Life, Volume 3

Literature - 1908
...agreed to give 400 towards a school or college, whereof ,200 to be paid the next year, and 200 when the work is finished, and the next court to appoint where and what building." But the "next court" did not fulfil that obligation, and it should be noted that more than a year elapsed...
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Putnam's Magazine: An Illustrated Monthly of Literature, Art and Life, Volume 3

Literature - 1908
...agreed to give 400 towards a school or college, whereof .200 to be paid the next year, and 200 when the work is finished, and the next court to appoint where and what building." But the "next court" did not fulfil that obligation, and it should be noted that more than a year elapsed...
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Pennsylvania in American History

Samuel Whitaker Pennypacker - Pennsylvania - 1910 - 494 pages
...court: "September 8, 1636: The court agreed to give four hundred pounds towards a school or college, whereof two hundred pounds shall be paid the next...you see all that they have of a tangible character to support the claim is a promise upon the part of somebody to pay two hundred pounds a year afterwards,...
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Statistics of Land Grant Colleges and Universities, Volume 1, Issues 1-20

United States. Office of Education - Agricultural colleges - 1912
..."agreed to give 400 towards a school or college, whereof 200 to be paid the next year and 200 when the work is finished, and the next court to appoint where and what building." This was the basis for founding the college. In 1638 John Harvard bequeathed one-half of his estate...
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Social Life in Old New England

Mary Caroline Crawford - New England - 1914 - 515 pages
...1636, the Court agreed to give 400 towards a school or college: 200 to be paid next year and 200 when the work is finished, and the next Court to appoint where and what building." This is said to have been the first occasion in history when a community, through its representatives,...
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