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Page 18 - Philosophy of Rhetoric," 1865; " Principles of Psychology," 1869; " Science, Philosophy, and Religion," 1871; " Philosophy of English Literature," 1874; " Philosophy of Religion," 1876; " Growth and Grades of Intelligence," 1878; " Ethics," 1879; " Natural Theology/' 1880; •
Page 18 - Science, Philosophy and Religion" (1871); "Philosophy and English Literature" (1874); " A Philosophy of Religion " (1876) ; " Comparative Psychology" (1878); "Ethics" (1879); " Natural Theology
Page 14 - Milton, Vt., May 12, 1822. He was graduated from the University of Vermont in 1847, and from Auburn Theological Seminary in 1852, having taken his first two years of theological study at Andover Theological Seminary.
Page 42 - ... numerous pupils, who ever retained an affectionate regard for their faithful instructor. His moral character was without a blemish. • He married, 2 December, 1823, Lucretia Dana Goddard, daughter of Nathaniel Goddard, Esq., of Boston, — a most amiable and accomplished lady, — who survives him. They had four children, — two sons and two daughters, — all of whom are living.
Page 29 - Morrison in 1825. In 1842 he received the degree of DD from the University of New York. In 1843 he removed to Hong Kong, where he continued till 1873 in the discharge of missionary duties. In...
Page 45 - Two children, a son and a daughter, both of whom are living, were the result of this marriage.
Page 28 - In 1846, he received the degree of DD from the University of Vermont. In 18-53, he was a member of the Constitutional Convention of Massachusetts.
Page 37 - That worthy couple were the parents of eight children, five sons and three daughters, all of whom are living with the exception of Mary, deceased wife of Thomas Wells, of Neshkoro, her death occurring Jan.
Page 32 - June 9, 1859, prepared for college at Phillips Academy, Andover, and was graduated from Amherst College in the class of 1880.
Page 34 - Colonel of volunteers; served in this department until the end of the war. He was ordered as one of the guard of honor over the body of President Lincoln as it lay in state in the Capitol. After the war he resigned to return to civil pursuits. This resignation was held up, Secretary of War Stanton called for Col. Van Deventer and asked him to remain in the regular service. The resignation was accepted and service terminated July 27, 1865. He returned to Iowa, was president of...

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