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Page 71 - He studied law, and commenced the practice of his profession in his native town. In 1787, he received the honorary degree of master of arts from Yale College. Colonel Kirby was chosen a representative in the legislature at fourteen sessions, and in 1801, he was appointed by President Jefferson, to the office of supervisor of the national revenue for the state of Connecticut.
Page 73 - Alexandria, 1894. 32 p., \ 1. 8. Packard (Joseph). Recollections of the old Chapel. A discourse delivered at the consecration of the new Chapel of the Theological Seminary of the Diocese of Virginia [at Alexandria] on Thursday, June 23, 1881. Philadelphia: Matlack &• Harvey [1881]. 24 p., I pi.
Page 76 - Faith Working by Love: as Exemplified in the Life of Fidelia Fiske (Boston, Congregational Publishing Society, 1868, pp.
Page 91 - West at the two hundred and fiftieth anniversary of the First Church in Boston, Mass.
Page 84 - He was a member of the American Oriental Society, the Society of Biblical Literature and Exegesis, and the Oxford Society for Historical Theology.
Page 86 - Spanish, which position he held until his death. He became a member of the Linguistic Society in 1926, but resigned at the end of the year.
Page 98 - Seminary, and was graduated in 1899, receiving the degree of master of arts from Harvard the same year. He was licensed to preach by the Andover Association...
Page 74 - January, 1864, he received an appointment as clerk in the Treasury Department at Washington...
Page 92 - Society, a director of the General Theological Library in Boston, a corporate member of the American Board since 1898, and a member of the executive committee of the Congregational Home Missionary Society since 1901.
Page 89 - Seminary, but owing to prolonged illness did not graduate until 1861. He was licensed to preach by the Essex South Association, March 5, 1860.

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