Bowdoin College Library Bulletin Including the Obituary Record and the Reports of the Librarian: No. 1-4. June 1891-June 1895, Issues 1-4

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1895
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Page 11 - Military Operations in Eastern Maine and Nova Scotia during the Revolution, Albany, 1867, 105).
Page 201 - Faculty in this hist institution, at the time of his death. He was one of the founders of the Christ Episcopal Church at Indianapolis — always a prominent and consistent member — acting at times as vestryman or warden.
Page 252 - ... AB, 1877, AM, 1882. He was ordained deacon in the Protestant Episcopal church in 1881 and a priest in 1882. He served as assistant rector of Calvary church, Pittsburg, Pa., 1881-89, and was rector 1889-94, when he accepted the position of dean of the Episcopal Theological school at Cambridge, Mass. He received the degree of DD from the Western University of Pennsylvania in 1892. He is the author of...
Page 126 - Beauty for Ashes ; or, The Old and New Doctrine concerning Infants after Death contrasted. N. York, 185«, 12ino. 5. Letters on the Divine Trinity : addressed to II. W. lieecher. Phil»..
Page 152 - He was very largely responsible for the arrangement of the statistical matter in the reports of the State Board of Health. He was a member of the Royal Statistical Society of Great Britain and the American Statistical Society, and was a frequent contributor to statistical journals.
Page 48 - In 1872 and 1873, he was appointed a member of the commission to revise the Constitution of the State of New York.
Page 242 - Address delivered at Bowdoin College upon the opening of the Walker Art Building, June 7, 18!)4, by Martin Brimmer," were distributed from the library to officers and guests of the college on that occasion, and to public libraries.
Page 112 - ... entrance consists of a loggia, in front of which and supporting the wall above are six carved Ionic columns of limestone. A niche for statuary is located at each end of the loggia. The walls of the loggia are decorated in classical patterns and coloring by Elmer E. Garnsey, Esq., of New York. The plan is symmetrical, being laid out on double axes. In the rear of the loggia, and occupying the central portion of the building, is the Sculpture Hall, twenty-nine by fortytwo feet. The floor is composed...
Page 4 - No officer, committee, or member of the Association shall incur any expense in its name, nor shall the Treasurer make any payment from its funds, unless authorized to do so by vote of the Executive Board.
Page 49 - ... prominent part in movements on their behalf, in the Monthly, Quarterly and Yearly Meetings ; in memorializing the state and national legislatures against slavery, and in diffusing correct information and proper feelings on that important question, both among Friends and throughout the community in general. He was for many years one of the most active members of the "Abolition Society...

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