Biographical Sketches of the Graduates of Yale College: May 1745-May 1763

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Holt, 1896
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Page 187 - ... the Book of Common Prayer, and administration of the Sacraments and other rites and ceremonies of the Church according to the use of the Church of England, together with the Psalter, or Psalms of David, pointed as they are to be sung or said in churches, and the form or manner of making, ordaining, and consecrating of bishops priests, and deacons.
Page 26 - Charter of the Corporation for the Relief of the Widows and Children of Clergymen in the Communion of the Church of England, in America...
Page 627 - General History of the United States of America ; from the discovery in 1492, to 1792 : or, Sketches of the Divine Agency, in their settlement, growth, and protection ; and especially in the late memorable Revolution...
Page 2 - That none may expect to be admitted into this College unless upon Examination of the President and Tutors, They shall be found able Extempore to Read, Construe and Parce Tully, Virgil and the Greek Testament ; and to write True Latin in Prose and to understand the Rules of Prosodia, and Common Arithmetic, and Shall bring Sufficient Testimony of his Blameless and inoffensive Life.
Page 101 - An Essay on the seat of the federal government and the exclusive jurisdiction of Congress, over a ten miles district. By a cititen of Philadelphia (Philad., 1789).
Page 27 - What think ye of the Congress now? Or, an Enquiry how far the Americans are bound to abide by and execute the Decisions of the Late Continental Congress. With a Plan, by Samuel Galloway, Esq. for a Proposed Union between Great Britain and the Colonies.
Page 485 - A General History of Connecticut, from its First Settlement under George Fenwick, Esq. to its Latest Period of Amity with Great Britain ; including a description of the country, And many curious and interesting Anecdotes.
Page 176 - Ogilvie was highly respected, and indeed much beloved by all who were capable of appreciating his merit. His appearance was singularly prepossessing : his address and manners entirely those of a gentleman. His abilities were respectable, his doctrine was pure and scriptural, and his life exemplary, both as a clergyman and in his domestic circle, where he was peculiarly amiable ; add to all this a talent for conversation, extensive reading, and a thorough knowledge of life.
Page 34 - An Attempt to nip in the Bud the unscriptural Doctrine of Universal Salvation, and some other dangerous Errors connected with it ; which a certain Stranger, who calls himself John Murray, has, of late, been endeavoring to spread in the First Parish of Gloucester, to draw away Disciples after him.
Page 100 - The weaknesses of Brutus exposed: or, Some remarks in vindication of the Constitution proposed by the late Federal convention, against the objections and gloomy fears of that writer.

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