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Page 36 - ... and there is no power, at least none here, to alter that foundation, with a view to any superior benefit which might arise from an institution of a different nature, however desirable it might be, if it were within the scope of my authority, to substitute the one for the other.
Page 13 - Again, in his report for 1851-52, he remarks: " The voluntary system, as it is called, is still retained to a certain extent, rather from necessity than preference." At the moment of the downfall of the elective system at Harvard, as will be seen in the section upon the third quarter of the nineteenth century, Brown University took it up in a radical form. Reference to the appropriate later chapters of this bulletin will show that this was the period of the organization...
Page 32 - ... be given to the serious, impartial, and unbiassed investigation of Christian truth, and that no assent to the peculiarities of any denomination of Christians be required either of the instructors or students.
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