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Rutgers Political Discourse 1838

ByAlexander 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. 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.

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Publication Date
May 18, 2008
Language
English
Category
Law
Copyright
All Rights Reserved - Standard Copyright License
Contributors
By (author): Alexander H. Everett, LL.D.

Specifications

Pages
48
Binding
Saddle Stitch
Interior Color
Black & White
Dimensions
US Trade (6 x 9 in / 152 x 229 mm)

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