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Page 200 - dollars would be more fruitful than thrice that sum in any new establishment. No greater service could be rendered at this time than a rigid enforcement of the scriptural rule. " For whosoever hath, to him shall be given, and he shall have more abundance : but whosoever hath not. from him shall be taken away even that he hath." There is another danger to which I
Page 326 - LIPPINCOTT'S BIOGRAPHICAL DICTIONARY. A new, thoroughly revised, and greatly enlarged edition. A universal pronouncing dictionary of biography and mythology. Containing complete and concise biographical sketches of the eminent persons of all ages and countries. By J. Thomas, MD, LL.D, Imperial 8vo. 2550 pages. Sheep. $12.00.
Page 193 - or colledge;' and in Connecticut, 'collegiate school' was in vogue for seventeen years. " We on purpose gave your academy as low a name as we could that it might the better stand in wind and weather," said the well-known civilians who were consulted in
Page 240 - tardy product of a long course of efforts to use those powers for practical ends. The conception, accordingly, of political economy as a branch of science, is extremely modern ; but the subject with which its inquiries are conversant has in all ages necessarily constituted one of the chief practical interests of mankind, and, in some, a most unduly engrossing one.
Page 393 - LIPPINCOTT'S BIOGRAPHICAL DICTIONARY. A new, thoroughly revised, and greatly enlarged edition. A universal pronouncing dictionary of biography and mythology. Containing complete and concise biographical sketches of the eminent persons of all ages and countries. By J. Thomas, MD, LL.D. Imperial 8vo.