Early History Of Brown University; Including The Life, Times, And Correspondence Of President Manning. 1756-1791 by Reuben Aldridge Guild

Early History Of Brown University; Including The Life, Times, And Correspondence Of President…

byReuben Aldridge Guild

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1896. Excerpt: ... upon the stone erected by the Corpora-tion to the memory of Manning, 504-505. See Letters. Howell, Jeremiah, son of Judge Howell, does not make rapid progress in lan-guage, 347; Mr. Wilkinson speaks favor-ably of his proficiency in Greek, 397; graduates in class of 1789, afterwards United States Senator, 470. Howell, Waitstill, daughter of Judge Howell, and wife of Ebenezer Knight Dexter, 68. Howell, Elias, member of class of 1772, relative of Judge Howell, 189. Howlakd, John, published sketch of Manning in Rhode Island Literary Repos-itory, 3; presented petition to General Assembly in 1800 for four public schools, 463; memoir of Manning, cited, 141, 308; Life and Recollections, cited, 143, 163, 211, 224, 285, 310, 449. Hoxsey, Gideon, name mentioned in pre-amble to Charter, 535. Hoyt, Colgate, of New York, Baptist Trustee, 550. Hurrel, Lieutenant, 327. Hurrel, Esquire, of Stratford, 329. Hudson's Life of Jemima Wilkinson, cited, 363. Hunt, Asa, spent several months in Vir-ginia, 451. Hunter, William, describes Manning's bulk and graceful gestures, 31. Hunting, Mr., 329. Hurdrr, Robert, of Brunswick, 326. Hutchinson, Aaron, of Grafton, instruc-tor of William Rogers, 59. Hutchinson, Anne, 197, 201. Hutchinson's Moral Philosophy, 355. Impost of five per cent., 351. Imposition of Hands, not regarded as es-sential in covenant of Warren church, 50; William Rogers received the ordi-nance of, 60. See Laying On Of Hands. Independence, American, advocated at First Commencement of the College, 86-87. Indian slaves enlisted as soldiers, 313. Indian tribes commence hostilities on the Western frontier, 438. Infant Baptism, controversial letter on, to Rev. John Berridge, 302-307. Ireland, Edwards's first subscriptions for the College obtained in, 71. Ivers, Thomas, pa...