Address of the Board of Trustees of the Protestant Episcopal Theological Seminary of Maryland, to the Members of the Church in this Diocess

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James C. Dunn, printer, 1822 - Theological seminaries - 25 pages
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Page 22 - The number of professors in the seminary shall be increased or diminished as the Board of Directors shall from time to time direct.
Page 4 - York, they deem it proper to declare that they do not mean by this concurrence to interfere with any plan now contemplated, or that may hereafter be contemplated, in any diocese or dioceses for the establishment of theological institutions or professorships...
Page 24 - Sect. 9. The professors of the Institution shall be considered as a faculty. They shall meet at such seasons as they may judge proper. In every meeting the professor of didactic and polemic divinity shall preside, if he be present. If he be absent, a president shall be chosen pro tempore.
Page 25 - SEC. 5. The intention and directions of testators or donors, in regard to moneys or other property left or given to the seminary, shall at all times be sacredly regarded. And if any individual, or any number of individuals, not greater than three, shall...
Page 22 - Trustees shall have power to supply any vacancies which may occur in their body, during the recess of the Convention...
Page 9 - AT your request, brethren of the Clergy and Laity, we conclude the session of our First General Council by presenting to you and reading in your presence a pastoral letter, addressed to the members of the Protestant Episcopal Church scattered throughout the confederate States. By the mighty power of the Holy Ghost we have been permitted to bring our deliberations to a close in a spirit of harmony and peace, which augurs well for the future welfare of our branch of the Church Catholic ; and our first...
Page 6 - This resolution, as appears from the recorded votes, was adopted by a very large and respectable majority of both orders. On this measure, some diversity of sentiment has existed. The House of Clerical and Lay Deputies refrain from the expression of any opinion on the merits of this measure. To the...
Page 6 - Deeply impressed with a conviction of this truth, the Convention had, for some time past, been anxious to place within immediate reach, such facilities as might encourage the efforts of those young men who are solicitous of being duly prepared for the high and responsible office of the Gospel ministry. At their last meeting, in 1822, the following proposal was brought before them — " Resolved, that it is now expedient, in reliance on the blessing of God for success, to establish a local Theological...
Page 21 - ... University is the executive head of the University. It is his duty to secure efficiency in all the departments and orderly and economical administration and healthful development in all the affairs of the University. He is ex officio a member of each committee. THE VICE PRESIDENT In the absence of the President or in case of his inability to act, the Vice President shall perform his functions. DEANS The Dean of a college or school is the administrative officer of his college or school. Any matters...
Page 23 - It shall be the duty of the Board of Directors to watch over the conduct of the students; to redress grievances; to examine into the whole course of instruction and study in the Seminary; and generally to superintend and endeavour to promote all its interests.

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