Speech of Josiah Quincy, President of Harvard University, before the Board of Overseers of that institution, February 25, 1845, on the minority report of the Committee of Visitation, presented to that Board by George Bancroft, Esq., February 6, 1845
C.C. Little, 1845 - 64 pages
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