3 edition of address commemorative of Richard Henry Mather, professor of Greek in Amherst College. found in the catalog.
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William T. Mather offered lantern slides to the University that belonged to his father Professor R. H. Mather of Amherst. They were a comprehensive collection of illustrations of Greek antiquities and art. Kuehne’s salary was raised to $ and Bailey’s was raised to $ UT Candidates for MA and MS from Cactus. Full text of "Mann memorial.A record of the Mann family in America. Genealogy of the descendants of Richard Mann, of Scituate, Mass. Preceded by English family records, and an account of the Wrentham, Rehoboth, Boston, Lexington, Virginia, and other branches of the Manns who settled in this country".
Havelock was an assistant and then associate professor of Classics at Acadia University in Nova Scotia () and an associate professor of Classics at Victoria College, Toronto (). He was an associate and later full professor of Greek and Latin at Harvard University (). Havelock was Sterling Professor of Classics at Yale. Mather used almost this very language himself, attributing the source of the metaphor to the great John Chrysostom, who “mentions a Twofold Book of GOD; the Book of the Creatures, and the Book of the Scriptures: GOD having taught first of all us by his Works, did it afterwards by his Words. We will now for a while read the Former of these.
Preface Chapter 1: Longfellow as a classic Chapter 2: birth, childhood, and youth Chapter 3: first Flights in authorship Chapter 4: literature as a pursuit Chapter 5: first visit to Europe Chapter 6: marriage and life at Brunswick Chapter 7: the corner stone laid Chapter 8: appointment at Harvard and second visit to Europe Chapter 9: illness and death of Mrs. Longfellow Chapter Prof. Henry M. Goodwin, Olivet, Michigan. 23 III. Empirical Dissent from Mr. Spencers Philosophy. Lyell Adams, Esq., United States Consul at Malta. 4~I IV. On the Terminology of the Periods of the English Language. Professor T. R. Lounsbury, Yale College. 77 V. Christian Classics. Professor Lewis R. Packard, Yale College. VL What is the Bible?
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An address commemorative of Richard Henry Mather, professor of Greek in Amherst college. Delivered before the faculty, students, and friends of the college, June 15th.
[Henry Allyn Frink]. An address commemorative of Richard Henry Mather, professor of Greek in Amherst college. Delivered before the faculty, students, and friends of the college, June 15th, Richard Henry Mather (born in Binghamton, New York, 12 February ; died in Amherst, Massachusetts, 17 April ) was a professor of Greek at Amherst College.
Richard Henry Mather. Signature; Biography. He graduated at Amherst, was tutor of Greek, assistant professor of that branch, professor of Greek and German inand professor of. An Address Commemorative Of Richard Henry Mather, Professor Of Greek In Amherst College.
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Great-Grand-Daughter of Theologian Jonathan Edwards. Had Four children CHILDREN OF FRANCES AVERY WHITING AND HENRY MATHER. Mary Doubleday Whiting, born Janu ; died January 8, 2. Richard Henry Mather, born Febru ; graduated at Amherst College; married (i) Lizzie Carmichael, of Geneva.
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*Richard H. Mather –* Amherst College Miss Barbara McCarthy – Wellesley College *Mrs. Elizabeth S. Mead – Mount Holyoke College Thomas Means – Bowdoin College Clarence W. Mendell – Yale University Benjamin D. Meritt – University of Michigan – Johns Hopkins University – Inthere appeared in the catalogue of Amherst College the very first course in American Literature ever offered, taught by the Professor of Greek Language and Literature and Belles Lettres, Nathan Fiske, a Dartmouth graduate in the Class of Fiske's course was ill-timed, however.
Notes on Lectures at Amherst College, includes printed list of rules and guidelines for students: Whitcomb, George H. (mss) Greek Notebook, Tutor Mather; notes on the Odyssey, Aeschylus, Sophocles and Euripides: Neill, Reman H.
(tss) Notes on. The Samuel A. Hitchcock Professor of Mineralogy and Geology, Gerry taught at Amherst College from towith Introduction to Geology, Mineralogy, and Economic Geology as his signature courses.
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Tabia Henry Akintobi, PhD, MPH is a professor of community health and preventive medicine, the director of the Prevention Research Center, and the associate dean of community. Address book, 18 Aug. Reel 43 Vol. Notebook, undated an address delivered at Everett's installation as Greek professor at Harvard in ; various political speeches; addresses at the dedications of schools, the Franklin Statue, etc.; and a partial bibliography of Everett's works.
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