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" it is not expedient to express any opinion on the subject of future elections. "
Speech Delivered Before the Overseers of Harvard College, February 3, 1825 ... - Página 32
por Andrews Norton - 1825 - 35 páginas
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The United States Literary Gazette, Volume 3

1826
...forfeit their offices by not residing at the College. "Resolved: That in the opinion of this Board, it is not expedient to express any opinion on the subject of future elections." 3 Mr Gray then followed in support of these resolutions, in a speech of considerable length; and at...
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The History of Harvard University, Volume 2

Josiah Quincy - 1840
...their offices by not residing in the College. " Resolved, 3dly, That, in the opinion of this board, it is not expedient to express any opinion on the subject of future elections." " This report," the Overseers' records state, " having been discussed two entire days, and the memorialists...
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The History of Harvard University, Volume 2

1840
...their offices by not residing in the College. " Resolved, 3dly, That, in the opinion of this board, it is not expedient to express any opinion on the subject of future elections." " This report," the Overseers' records state, " having been discussed two entire days, and the memorialists...
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The History of Harvard University, Volume 2

1840
...their offices by not residing in the College. " Resolved, 3dly, That, in the opinion of this board, it is not expedient to express any opinion on the subject of future elections." " This report," the Overseers' records state, " having been discussed two entire days, and the memorialists...
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The History of Harvard University, Volume 2

Josiah Quincy - 1840
...their offices by not residing in the College. " Resolved, 3dly, That, in the opinion of this board, it is not expedient to express any opinion on the subject of future elections." " This report," the Overseers' records state, " having been discussed two entire days, and the memorialists...
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The History of Harvard University, Volume 2

Josiah Quincy - 1860
...their offices by not residing in the College. " Resolved, 3dly, That, in the opinion of this board, it is not expedient to express any opinion on the subject of future elections." " This report," the Overseers' records state, " having been discussed two entire days, and the memorialists...
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THE HISTORY OF HARVARD UNIVERSITY

JOSIAH QUINCY - 1860
...their offices by not residing in the College. " Resolved, 3dly, That, in the opinion of this board, it is not expedient to express any opinion on the subject of future elections." " This report," the Overseers' records state, " having been discussed two entire days, and the memorialists...
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The Harvard Medical School, Volume 2

Thomas Francis Harrington - 1905 - 1655 páginas
...Corporation forfeit their offices by not residing in the College. " That in the opinion of this Board it is not expedient to express any opinion on the subject of future elections." This settled the question of charter rights which had for more than a century and a half caused dissatisfaction...
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Reports of the President and the Treasurer of Harvard College

Harvard University - 1920
...forfeit their offices by not residing in the College"; and (3) "That, hi the opinion of this board, it is not expedient to express any opinion on the subject of future elections." The Overseers seem, however, to have thought that the instructing staff should be represented among...
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Bulletin of the American Association of University Professors, Volumes 6-7

1920
...forfeit their offices by not residing in the College'; and (3) 'That, in the opinion of this board, it is not expedient to express any opinion on the subject of future elections.' The Overseers seem, however, to have thought that the instructing staff should be represented among...
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