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An oration and a poem delivered in the chapel, of Brown University, June 9, 1864

Brown University. Class of 1864.

An oration and a poem delivered in the chapel, of Brown University, June 9, 1864

by Brown University. Class of 1864.

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Published by Cooke, Jackson in Providence .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Other titlesPower of history in life.
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Pagination40 p.
Number of Pages40
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL17505854M
OCLC/WorldCa13345283

This subseries consists of the poetry and other works of Robert Treat Paine, Jr. () (originally Thomas Paine), son of Robert Treat Paine (). Included are both a manuscript draft and printed copy of Robert Treat Paine, Jr.'s poem "The Ruling Passion," (first printed at Manning and Loring), and a eulogy on the life of   An Oration Delivered before the Washington Benevolent Society at Cambridge. Cambridge, The Idle Man. [A miscellany of tales, essays, and poems, edited and contributed to by Dana.] 2 vols. – Poems. Boston, A Poem Delivered before the Porter Rhetorical Society &hellip Andover &hellip [Thoughts on the Soul.] Boston,

  Being the Uneventful History of a Young Gentleman at Cambridge University (English) by Benson, E. F. (Edward Frederic) The Babees' Book: Medieval Manners for the Young (English) by Furnivall, Frederick James. The Babees' Book: Medieval The Lancet The HarveianOration. Delivered before the Royal college of Physicians of London on St. Luke's Day, Oct. 18th, , BY NORMAN MOORE, M.D. CANTAB., F.R.C.P. LOND., ASSISTANT PHYSICIAN TO, AND LECTURER ON THE PRINCIPLES AND PRACTICE OF MEDICINE AT, ST. a former fellow of Caius and of this College, Regius Professor of Physic in the

  The Washington College Revolutionary College Project ABOVE - Colin Ferguson, Washington College president from to , was a respected scholar and an Episcopal priest. His silhouette will be used to represent notable alumni for whom we have no :// REGINALD POLE (), cardinal and archbishop of Canterbury, was son — probably the third — of Sir Richard Pole (d. ), by his wife Margaret, who was of the blood royal [see Pole, Margaret].Born in March at Stourton Castle in Staffordshire, he was carefully brought up by his mother, and then spent five years at the school of the Charterhouse at


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