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A letter to a member of the House of Representatives of the colony of Connecticut

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 contained in the said pamphlet.

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Published by Printed [by Timothy Green.] in [New London, Conn.] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Gale, Benjamin, -- 1715-1790.,
  • Connecticut. -- General Assembly. -- House of Representatives,
  • Yale College (1718-1887) -- Finance,
  • Universities and colleges -- Connecticut -- Finance

  • Edition Notes

    StatementBy a witness to truth, and lover of religion and learning. ; [Eleven lines of quotations]
    SeriesEarly American imprints -- no. 8358
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination18, [2] p.
    Number of Pages18
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17157492M

    JOHNSON, WILLIAM SAMUEL, a Delegate and a Senator from Connecticut; born in Stratford, Conn., on October 7, ; was tutored privately by his father; graduated from Yale College in and from Harvard College in ; studied law; admitted to the bar and practiced in Stratford; member, colonial house of representatives , , and of the upper house , ; served as a .   The first General Assembly of Connecticut was held at Hartford in , and Henry Wolcott soon became an important figure there. He was a member of the Connecticut House of Delegates from , and a member of the House of .

    members, clerks, and chaplains of the Senate and House of Representatives, and pictures of at least four-fifths of said persons, and until two hundred and twenty copies of said book have been delivered to the Connecticut Public Library Committee to be distributed to . ishment of the Virginia House of Burgesses g of the Mayflower Compact g of the Fundamental Orders of Connecticut. Which colony was founded in ? Jamestown. What condition contributed to the development of representative government in the American colonies?

    A plan of government in the Puritan colony in Connecticut; expanded the idea of representative government in the English colonies. religious tolerance. Willingness to let others practice their own beliefs. Sabbath. Holy day of rest. town meeting. Noah Webster Jr. (Octo – ) was an American lexicographer, textbook pioneer, English-language spelling reformer, political writer, editor, and prolific has been called the "Father of American Scholarship and Education". His "Blue-backed Speller" books taught five generations of American children how to spell and read.


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With a more important proposal to the Honourable, the General Assembly, than that which. A letter to a member of the Lower House of Assembly of the colony of Connecticut: [electronic resource]: shewing, that the taxes of Yale-College, are stated higher than necessary to defray the annual expences of that school; by which a very considerable addition is made to the college treasury annually.

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INGERSOLL, Ralph Isaacs, (father of Colin Macrae Ingersoll), a Representative from Connecticut; born in New Haven, Conn., February 8, ; pursued classical studies, and was graduated from Yale College in ; studied law; was admitted to the bar in and commenced practice in New Haven; member of the State house of representatives and served as speaker during the last two years.

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Read the letter(s) and envelope(s) or label(s) carefully to ensure there are no errors. HUNTINGTON, BENJAMIN, a Delegate and a Representative from Connecticut; born in Norwich, Conn., Ap ; pursued academic studies; was graduated from Yale College in ; appointed surveyor of lands for Windham County in October ; studied law; was admitted to the bar in and commenced practice in Norwich; member of the State house of representatives and.

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