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Rutgers Political Discourse, 1831. By Theodore Frelinghuysen
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AN ADDRESS DELIVERED BEFORE THE Philoclean and Peithessophian Societies Of RUTGERS COLLEGE. BY THEODORE FRELINGHUYSEN.1831. This Address to Rutgers Students in the Philoclean and... More > Peithessophian by such an accomplished statesman like Theodore Frelinghuysen goes far to establish the importance of the Bible as the cornerstone of society. About the Author… Theodore Frelinghuysen, A.M., LL.D. b.1787-d.1861 Captain, U.S. Vols. War of 1812; Attorney General, New Jersey 1817-29; U.S. Senator from New Jersey, 1829-35; Director Princeton Seminary 1829-35; Trustee Princeton Seminary 1829; Mayor, Newark, N.J. 1837-38; Chancellor Univ. City of New York 1839-50; President Rutgers 1859-61; A.B, Princeton 1804, A.M. 1807; LL.D. Princeton 1833, also Rutgers 1841. President, American Bible Society, 1845-62.< Less
Rutgers Political Discourse, 1831. By Theodore Frelinghuysen
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AN ADDRESS DELIVERED BEFORE THE Philoclean and Peithessophian Societies Of RUTGERS COLLEGE. BY THEODORE FRELINGHUYSEN.1831. This Address to Rutgers Students in the Philoclean and... More > Peithessophian by such an accomplished statesman like Theodore Frelinghuysen goes far to establish the importance of the Bible as the cornerstone of society. About the Author… Theodore Frelinghuysen, A.M., LL.D. b.1787-d.1861 Captain, U.S. Vols. War of 1812; Attorney General, New Jersey 1817-29; U.S. Senator from New Jersey, 1829-35; Director Princeton Seminary 1829-35; Trustee Princeton Seminary 1829; Mayor, Newark, N.J. 1837-38; Chancellor Univ. City of New York 1839-50; President Rutgers 1859-61; A.B, Princeton 1804, A.M. 1807; LL.D. Princeton 1833, also Rutgers 1841. President, American Bible Society, 1845-62.< Less
A Rutgers College Eclectic Reader By Edited By Russell Creech
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An Anthology of Rutgers College Discourses, Commencement Addresses, Course of Instruction, and the progress of Women's Education in New Jersey ca. 1810-1863. The Secretive Philoclean and... More > Peithessophian Societies, and their highly placed Political Mentors are well worth the read, and quite relevant!< Less
A Rutgers College Eclectic Reader By Edited By Russell Creech
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An Anthology of Rutgers College Discourses, Commencement Addresses, Course of Instruction, and the progress of Women's Education in New Jersey ca. 1810-1863. The Secretive Philoclean and... More > Peithessophian Societies, and their highly placed Political Mentors are well worth the read, and quite relevant!< Less
Rutgers Political Discourse 1838 By Alexander H. Everett, LL.D.
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This Address by Alexander H. Everett to the secretive Philoclean and Peithessophian Societies of Rutgers College in 1838, is an original source filled with a great wealth of worthwhile instruction.... More > Of note in this discourse to Rutgers students, is how closely Dr. Everett ties the doctrines of the Bible to the future life awaiting his audience. “Literary Character” is not just a dead doctrine in Everett’s eyes, but leads one to a close fellowship with the “Uncreated Mind.” Quite a concept from a professional Politician and Diplomat! Alexander Hill Everett (b. 1790-d.1847) A.B. 1806 Harvard; A.B. Yale 1807; A.M Harvard 1808; LL.D. Univ. Vermont 1826; Middlebury 1839; President, Jefferson College (La); Member, American Philosophical Society; Fellow American Academy; Member Massachusetts Historical Society; U.S. Minister Plenipotentiary Spain. —Quinquennial Catalogue of Harvard University, 1636-1920.< Less
Rutgers Political Discourse 1838 By Alexander H. Everett, LL.D.
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This Address by Alexander H. Everett to the secretive Philoclean and Peithessophian Societies of Rutgers College in 1838, is an original source filled with a great wealth of worthwhile instruction.... More > Of note in this discourse to Rutgers students, is how closely Dr. Everett ties the doctrines of the Bible to the future life awaiting his audience. “Literary Character” is not just a dead doctrine in Everett’s eyes, but leads one to a close fellowship with the “Uncreated Mind.” Quite a concept from a professional Politician and Diplomat! Alexander Hill Everett (b. 1790-d.1847) A.B. 1806 Harvard; A.B. Yale 1807; A.M Harvard 1808; LL.D. Univ. Vermont 1826; Middlebury 1839; President, Jefferson College (La); Member, American Philosophical Society; Fellow American Academy; Member Massachusetts Historical Society; U.S. Minister Plenipotentiary Spain. —Quinquennial Catalogue of Harvard University, 1636-1920. < Less
Rutgers Political Discourse 1837 By Hon. Daniel D. Barnard
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About This Book: Rutgers Political Discourse, 1837. By the Honorable Daniel D. Barnard. ...Secrecy and Political Strategems for Social Revolution... This Discourse by Congressman Barnard to... More > Rutgers College's Philoclean and Peithessophian Societies uncovers the "secret arts" of political intrigues used by unscrupulous seekers of political office, and the resultant evils produced... His radical solution calls for Gospel preachers only, and not politicians to be the moral guide for both society and those who seek political office. Very politically incorrect today, but perfectly Constitutionally sound in the U.S. of 1837... This book makes for a ready reference of political manipulation techniques rampant in his day, and quite recognizable in ours, thereby proving the validity of Barnard's opinions.< Less
Rutgers Political Discourse 1837 By Hon. Daniel D. Barnard
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About This Book: Rutgers Political Discourse, 1837. By the Honorable Daniel D. Barnard. ...Secrecy and Political Strategems for Social Revolution... This Discourse by Congressman Barnard to... More > Rutgers College's Philoclean and Peithessophian Societies uncovers the "secret arts" of political intrigues used by unscrupulous seekers of political office, and the resultant evils produced... His radical solution calls for Gospel preachers only, and not politicians to be the moral guide for both society and those who seek political office. Very politically incorrect today, but perfectly Constitutionally sound in the U.S. of 1837... This book makes for a ready reference of political manipulation techniques rampant in his day, and quite recognizable in ours, thereby proving the validity of Barnard's opinions.< Less
Rutgers Political Discourse 1830 By Hon. William Wirt
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William Wirt. b.1772- d.1834. Admitted to the Virginia Bar, 1792. The Hon. Mr. Wirt, was privately educated as a Lawyer, and served as U.S. Attorney General, 1817-1829. Mr. Wirt’s exposition... More > of the necrotizing effect of political deceptions, which he no doubt encountered during his long tenure as U.S. Attorney General, to Rutgers College students of 1830 he exposes the "Secret and Dark Designs" of corrupt and ambitious leaders, who by their actions destroy the liberty of the people. He later commends his Rutgers proteges' to seek becoming virtuous officers, and genuine patriots for the sake of their generation, and their children.< Less
Rutgers Political Discourse 1830 By Hon. William Wirt
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William Wirt. b.1772- d.1834. Admitted to the Virginia Bar, 1792. The Hon. Mr. Wirt, was privately educated as a Lawyer, and served as U.S. Attorney General, 1817-1829. Mr. Wirt’s exposition... More > of the necrotizing effect of political deceptions, which he no doubt encountered during his long tenure as U.S. Attorney General, to Rutgers College students of 1830 he exposes the "Secret and Dark Designs" of corrupt and ambitious leaders, who by their actions destroy the liberty of the people. He later commends his Rutgers proteges' to seek becoming virtuous officers, and genuine patriots for the sake of their generation, and their children.< Less