Catalogue of the members of Yale-College, in New-Haven, November, 1799

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The laws of Yale-College, in New-Haven, in Connecticut, enacted by the president and fellows, the sixth day of October, A.D. Published: () Lancaster Ave., Villanova, PA Contact.

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Full text of "Catalogue of the Library of the Linonian Society, Yale College, November, " See other formats. He married Lucy, daughter of Ezra Tuttle, of New Haven, Conn., Oct. 25, His wife survives him, with children. (Obituary Record of Graduates of Yale College, Jul, page ) THE COLTON FAMILY George Colton was born in West Hartford, Connecticut, in He graduated from Yale College in and was ordained in JAMES LUCE KINGSLEY was born in and graduated from Yale College in From to he taught at Yale College.

Kingsley was a scholar of history, Latin, Greek, and Hebrew, and also served as librarian of Yale College and editor of the Triennial died in New Haven, Connecticut, in This banner text can have markup.

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The annals or history of Yale-C. 14 Yale College. The Laws of Yale College: In New Haven, Connecticut, for the Undergraduate Student of the Academical Department. New Haven, Conn.: Tuttle, Morehouse & Taylor, 15 Daniel Gilman. "The Library of Yale College." The Author: Elizabeth D James.

This bibliography was prepared from entries in PubMED, History of Science, Technology, and Medicine, and from other articles that have come to the attention of the compiler. The current listing no doubt has many important omissions.

Part I lists a few basic sources on the history of the medical, nursing, and public health schools. Part II contains published obituaries or other.

Yale College. Biographical sketches of the graduates of Yale College: with annals of the college history; Captain Nathan Hale,Yale CollegeMajor John Palsgrave Wyllys,Yale College friends and Yale; Decennial record. The Seventh Book of Genesis (New Haven, Conn.: Methodist Book Concern, ), pp.

5–6, 9–10, 15– Whittemore, Arthur D., “The Coming Society,” Yale Literary Magazine, Januarypp. []– Yale News, Ma While the satire seems mild, at least one senior society member, John Addison Porterson of one.

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Catalogue of the Cabinet of Coins Belonging to Yale College, Deposited in the College Library (New Haven, CT: Tuttle, Morehouse and Taylor, ), ed. by Henry Champion (page images at HathiTrust) Catalogue of the Confederate Museum, of the Confederate Memorial Literary Society (Richmond: Ward and Duke, ), by Confederate Memorial Literary.

Endowment Rank, SectionK. of P., was started November In the fall of 17th,with 15 members and $23, of insurance. the members numbe and the insurance amounted to $57, B. Lucy (Mansfield) Bulkley, died in New Haven, Conn., Nov. 5,aged He was born in New Haven,and settled in prac-tice in his native city.

He entered the army as assistant sur-geon in the 6th Regiment, Conn Infantry, in September,and served for three years.

From November,to July,heFile Size: 4MB. *Copy of the original agreement entered into by the first settlers of New Haven, of which Joshua Atwater was one of the signers, viz: "Whereas there was a fundamental agreement made in a general meeting of all the free planters of this town, on the 4th of the fourth month called June, namely, that church members only, shall be free burgesses.

The undersigned were requested, in the month of August last, by a letter from Professor Henry, written on behalf of the Executive Committee of the Smithsonian Institution, to take into consideration the subject of a General Catalogue of the public libraries of the United States, proposed to be formed under the auspices of the said Institution, and more especially the plan.

These, as near as could be arrived at from the old bills, cost aboutwhich was derived from the sale of shares and yearly dues. In the society library of "The Brothers of Unity," at Yale College, New Haven, there hangs a catalogue of that library which was written over a.

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NY: John B. Alden, Hathitrust version. Taught mathematics, physics, and engineering at several colleges. President of the University of Illinois ().Author: Fred Burchsted. "Linonian Society, Yale College, Catalogue of Yale College, June, (New Haven: J.

Benham, ), p. i (hereinafter cited as "Linonian Society, Library status of the members. Bythe year of the union's dissolution, there were 2, volumes in the collection, and. Confession of Faith, Covenant, and Articles of Practice, Adopted by the First Church in New-Haven. To which Is Added a Catalogue of the Members, from March 1st, to May 1st, New-Haven: Nathan Whiting: Congregational Churches in the Netherlands.

Dordrecht. Congregational Journal. X: (Ap ) Concord: Sheffield Scientific School at Yale College, New Haven, CT; Cambridge, MA 46 Messages December 3, – Ap Subjects: Employment by the State Geological Society.

Effects of altitude and temperature on growing plants. Besides these 12 enumerated by Professor Newton as "the predecessors of the great exhibition on the morning of November 13th, ," we find 6 others, less distinctly 15 marked, in the catalogue of M.

Quetelet.2 These were in the years,and From toinclusive, Quetelet's catalogue indicates Page [unnumbered] Page [unnumbered] Page [unnumbered] CATALOGUE OF A VALUABLE COLLECTION OF BOOKS ON AMERICA, ILLUSTRATED WORKS, ETC., BELONGING TO T.

MORRELL, CONSISTING OF Rare Works on the History and Antiquities of America, early Printed Tracts, Franklin Imprints, and Washington Eulogies, together with a number of SUPERBLY. New Haven: Thomas H. Pease, Subject(s): Physicians Hooker, Charles, Introductory lecture to the class of midwifery &c: in the Jefferson Medical College, delivered Wednesday, October 9, Title Imprint/Publisher Place of Publication Date of Publication Samuel Phillips May [Cambridge, Mass.: Printed by Samuel Green, ] Massachusetts The psalms, hymns, and spiritual songs of the Old and New-Testament, / faithfully translated into English metre.

; For the use, edification and comfort of the saints in publick and private, especially in. Size: feet of linear shelf space (approximat items) Abstract: Johnston and Wood family members owned and operated Hayes Plantation on the Albemarle Sound near Edenton, N.C. Members of the Johnston family include Gabriel Johnston (), royal governor of the colony of North Carolina and planter; his brother Samuel Johnston (), surveyor.

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BURKE (Thomas), ed.: The book of the inn: being two hundred pictures (i.e. descriptions) of the English inn from earliest times to the coming of the railway hotel.front. 19cm, leather. (Constable & Co.: London, ).

BURN (John Henry), ed.: Laity in council: essays on ecclesiastical and social problems by lay members. Friedrich Christian Accum or Frederick Accum (29 March – 28 June ) was a German chemist, whose most important achievements included advances in the field of gas lighting, efforts to keep processed foods free from dangerous additives, and the promotion of interest in the science of chemistry to the general populace.

From to Accum lived in : 29 MarchBückeburg, Schaumburg-Lippe.Catalogue of New York State Library, maps, manuscripts, engravings, coins, &c.with a card, on which he will inscribe from the Catalogue the title of the book desired, and his own name.

The book thus received must not be taken from the library hall: on returling it to the Librarian's desk, the card will be given up; otherwise the.CHARLES RICHARD CHAPMAN was born at New Haven.

Connecticut, November 23d,and died at Hartford, Connecticut, January 25th, He was the son of Hon. Charles Chapman and Sarah Tomlinson, his wife, and the grandson of Hon.

Asa Chapman, formerly a judge of the Supreme Court of Errors of this : Law Legislation.