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Sivu 100 - For my own part, of property I have some, of reputation more. That reputation is staked, that property is pledged, on the issue of this contest ; and although these gray hairs must soon descend into the sepulchre, I would infinitely rather that they descend thither by the hand of the executioner than desert at this crisis the sacred cause of my country.
Sivu 5 - ... given to the major part of any seven or more* of the said Trustees and their successors, full power to make any laws, acts and ordinances, for the government of the said College, as are not repugnant to the laws and statutes of the realm of Great Britain...
Sivu 4 - ... equal privilege and advantage of education in the said college. And also by the said charter, power is given to the major part of any seven of the said trustees and their successors, by their president, or any other appointed by them, to give any such degrees as are given in any of the universities...
Sivu 18 - Excellency to request him to sit for his picture, to be taken by Mr. Charles Wilson Peale, of Philadelphia. And...
Sivu 3 - New Jersey, for the Education of Youth in the learned Languages and in the liberal Arts and Sciences...
Sivu 35 - ... condemned to learn only the technical skill by which they are to live; but these are not the men whose privilege it is to come to a university. University men ought to hold themselves bound to walk the upper roads of usefulness which run along the ridges and command views of the general fields of life. This is why I believe general training, with no particular occupation in view, to be the very heart and essence of university training...
Sivu 5 - Smith tutor of the said college ; and that the college is now actually opened, to be kept at Elizabeth-Town, till a building can be erected in a more central place of the said province for the residence of the Students ; that all who are qualified for it, may be immediately admitted to an academick education...
Sivu 18 - was received with manifest feeling; and next day he met me in the entry of the College as he was going to a committee-room of Congress, took me by the hand, walked with me a short time, flattered me a little, and desired me to present his best respects to my classmates, and his best wishes for their success in life. There had never been such an audience at a Commencement before, and perhaps there never will be again.
Sivu 11 - A large and well-sorted Collection of Books on the various Branches of Literature is the most ornamental and useful Furniture of a College; and the most proper and valuable Fund with which it can be endowed.
Sivu 88 - So we rode back, and in some time found the landing-place and little path; then the two Friends committed us to the Lord's guidance, and went back. "We travelled that day and saw no tame creature. At night we kindled a fire in the wilderness and lay by it, as we used to do in such journeys. Next day, about nine in the morning, by the good hand of God, we came well to the Falls, and by His Providence found there an Indian man, a woman and a boy with a canoe.