Biographical Sketches of the Graduates of Yale College with Annals of the College History: October 1701-May 1745

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Page 223 - An Humble Attempt to Promote Explicit Agreement and Visible Union of God's People in Extraordinary Prayer for the Revival of Religion and the Advancement of Christ's Kingdom on Earth, Pursuant to Scripture — Promises and Prophecies concerning the Last Time.
Page 496 - CHRIST'S love, his glory, the sufficiency of his righteousness, and the blessedness of all who would be reconciled unto GOD through him. Mr. afterwards Doctor and President Wheelock, was a gentleman of a comely figure, of a mild and winning aspect; his voice smooth and harmonious, the best, by far, that I ever heard. He had the entire command of it. His gesture was natural, but not redundant.
Page 723 - An Introduction to the study of Philosophy exhibiting a general view of all the arts and sciences for the use of the pupils, 1743.
Page 3 - Goverm', as also to employ the moneys or any other estate which shall be Granted by this Court or otherwise Contributed to that use according to their discretion for the benefit of the sd Collegiate School from time to time & att all times henceforward.
Page 445 - The day of judgment is either approaching or it is not. If it is not, there is no cause for adjournment. If it is, I choose to be found doing my duty. I wish, therefore, that candles may be brought.
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Page 272 - Assembly ; and shall particularly give satisfaction to them, of the soundness of their faith, in opposition to Arminian and prelatical corruptions, or any other of dangerous consequence to the purity and peace of our churches.
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