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Yale-College subject to the General Assembly

Samuel Whittelsey Dana

Yale-College subject to the General Assembly

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Published by Printed by Thomas and Samuel Green. in New-Haven .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Yale College (1718-1887),
  • Connecticut. -- General Assembly,
  • Higher education and state -- Connecticut

  • Edition Notes

    SeriesEarly American imprints -- no. 18434
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination44 p.
    Number of Pages44
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18184845M


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The PDF will include all information unique to this page. Download YCPS PDF. All pages in YCPS   Yale College, founded inis a coeducational undergraduate institution offering instruction in the liberal arts and sciences to around 6, students.

The College is the oldest and the largest school of the University, which also comprises the Graduate School of History of Yale. History of Yale – The Founders The history of Yale College and University begins in the mids when some Puritans broke away from the Massachusetts colony and formed their own Bible-based settlement in the Hartford area of Connecticut.

By the turn of the eighteenth century, some of these Puritans settled in New ://   Formed in the mids, the Consortium on Financing Higher Education (COFHE) is an unincorporated, voluntary, institutionally-supported organization of thirty-five highly selective, private liberal arts colleges and universities, all of which are committed to meeting the full demonstrated financial need of admitted students.

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11 Thomas Clap to Joseph Bellamy, August 5,in Yale University Corporation Records (RU ), Manuscripts and Archives, Yale University Library. 12 Memorial to the General Assembly at Hartford, Marchin Yale University Corporation Get this from a library.

A letter to a member of the House of Representatives of the colony of Connecticut: in vindication of Yale-College against the false aspersions, and scandalous misrepresentations contain'd in a late anonymous pamphlet, intituled, A letter to a member of the lower House, &c.: With a more important proposal to the Honourable, the General Assembly, than that which is   Untilthe legal name of the university was "The President and Fellows of Yale College, in New Haven." Inunder an act passed by the Connecticut General Assembly, Yale gained its current, and shorter, name of "Yale University." [27] Sports and debate The subject files also contain occasional copies of state agency reports, which Cross received as governor; files, which include photographs, documenting the disastrous flood of and the hurricane of ; and Cross's gubernatorial messages to the Connecticut General Assembly   The Rare Book Collection recently acquired the first edition of Henry Ballow’s Treatise of Equity (London, ) because it is the first edition of a work that was the standard treatise on equity in the century before the publication of Joseph Story’s Commentaries on Equity Jurisprudence (Boston, ).

In his History of English Law, William Holdsworth writes that Ballow on Equity “can   In a petition to the General Assembly inRanney asserted his claim to the land by being the “only son of one of the daughters of Dr.

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The subject matter of all of these papers is largely the state of religion and religious studies in New England in general and at Yale The following is an outline of each subject area and materials relating to it in Series II. 1) American Indians Collier devoted twenty-five years to working for the Indian and was alarmed by the general trends of United States Indian policy in the late 's and 's.

He was concerned that many reforms instituted while he was Commissioner of By the Honourable Gurdon Saltonstall, Esq, governor of his majesty's colony of Connecticut. A brief. Whereas upon a representation made to the General Assembly holden at Hartford, the eleventh day of May last: it appeared, that the want of a house for the rector of Yale College at New-Haven, was a great disadvantage to the good order and education of the students there.

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The use of the name “Yale University,” “Yale College,” or “Yale” as titles or captions of publications, organizations, etc., implying or tending to imply some official connection with the University is prohibited, except with the written permission of the Secretary of the University or his or her duly authorized   The Bay Psalm Book, The Yale Institute of Sacred Music is an interdisciplinary graduate center for the study and practice of sacred music, worship, and the related arts.

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