The Harvard Graduates' Magazine, Volume 23

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Page 118 - We, in the ages lying In the buried past of the earth, Built Nineveh with our sighing, And Babel itself with our mirth; And o'erthrew them with prophesying To the old of the new world's worth; For each age is a dream that is dying, Or one that is coming to birth.
Page 114 - And Moses said unto God, Who am I, that I should go unto Pharaoh, and that I should bring forth the children of Israel out of Egypt?
Page 17 - This constitution in former days used to be the envy of the world; it was the pattern for politicians; the theme of the eloquent; the meditation of the philosopher in every part of the world. As to Englishmen, it was their pride, their consolation. By it they lived, and for it they were ready to die.
Page 38 - She doeth little kindnesses, Which most leave undone, or despise: For naught that sets one heart at ease, And giveth happiness or peace, Is low-esteemed in her eyes.
Page 118 - We are the music makers, And we are the dreamers of dreams, Wandering by lone sea-breakers, And sitting by desolate streams ; — World-losers and world-forsakers, On whom the pale moon gleams : Yet we are the movers and shakers Of the world for ever, it seems.
Page 17 - It suggests melancholy reflections," says he, "in consequence of the strange course we have long held, that we are now no longer quarrelling about the character, or about the conduct of men, or the tenor of measures ; but we are grown out of humour with the English Constitution itself; this is become the object of the animosity of Englishmen. This constitution in former days used to be the...
Page 111 - ... same as that now charged by the Harvard Divinity School and Andover Theological Seminary. 3. Students registered in the Episcopal Theological School, who have already obtained the degree of BD, there or elsewhere, may obtain the higher degrees of Harvard University on complying with the terms required for such degrees. Such students shall register in the University and their plans of study must be approved by the appropriate University authority at the beginning of their candidacy. 4. Each institution...
Page 208 - Bliss was it in that dawn to be alive, And to be young was very heaven...
Page 103 - School: 1. The students in each institution shall be allowed to take courses in the other without payment of fee for three years; and if at the end of that time it appears that such an arrangement involves an undue financial sacrifice on either side a new and equitable arrangement in regard to the payment for such courses shall be made, but in any event the student shall not be required to pay a total amount greater than his tuition fee to one institution.
Page 84 - : Twenty-fifth Anniversary Fund: " to be held in trust . . . , the fund to be designated ' The Class of 1889 Fund ' and the income to be used for the general purposes of Harvard College.

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