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Education in the United States: Its History from the Earliest Settlements - Page 33
by Richard Gause Boone - 1889 - 402 pages
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Collections of the Minnesota Historical Society, Volume 12

Minnesota - 1908 - 44 pages
...growing spirit of the time, enacted 'that, ''for the advance of learning, education of youth, supplv of the ministry, and the promotion of piety, there be land taken for a college and free schools.'' Subscriptions were also solicited, and they came from all classes in varying...
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First Century of National Existence: The United States as They Were and are ...

1874 - 586 pages
...distance from our native country, cannot in all probability be always supplied from thence : Be it enacted, that for the advance of learning, education of youth, supply of the ministry, and promotion of piety, there be land taken for a college and free school with as much speed as may DC...
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FIRST CENTURY OF NATIONAL EXISTENCE; THE UNITED STATES AS THEY WERE AND ARE

1875
...distance from our native country, cannot in all probability be always supplied from thence : Be it enacted, that for the advance of learning, education of youth, supply of the ministry, and promotion of piety, there be land taken for a college and free school with as much speed as may be...
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American Journal of Education, Volume 27

Education - 1877
...1657, deplores the neglect of education in Virginia. In March, 1660-'!, the assembly of the colony enacted : " That for the advance of learning, education of youth, supply of the ministry, and promotion of piety, there be land taken upon purchase for a college and free school, and that there...
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The American Journal of Education, Volume 27

Henry Barnard - Education - 1877
...in 1657, deplores the neglect of education in Virginia. In March, 1660-4, the assembly of the colony eligious establishmentę, or modes of worship.' Now, in the present cases, there is no prete promotion of piety, there be land taken upon purchase for a college and free school, and that there...
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Oddities of Colonial Legislation in America: As Applied to the Public Lands ...

John Brown Dillon - Law - 1879 - 784 pages
...great distance from our native country, can not in probability be always suppliec1 from thence, be it enacted, that for the advance of learning, education of youth, supply of the ministry, and promotion of piety, there be land taken upon purchases for a college and free school, and that there...
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Seven Decades of the Union: The Humanities and Materialism, Illustrated by a ...

Henry Alexander Wise - Presidents - 1881 - 310 pages
...great distance from our native country, cannot in probability be alwais supplyed from thence ; Be it enacted, that for the advance of learning, education of youth, supply of the ministry and promotion of piety, there be land taken upon purchases for a colledge and free-schoole, and that there...
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Circular of Information of the Bureau of Education, for ..., Volume 6

United States. Bureau of Education, United States. Office of Education - Education - 1886
...established Harvard College, and grammar schools to fit youth " for ye university." The Virginians voted "that for the advance of learning, education of youth, supply of the ministry, and promotion of piety, there be land taken upon purchases for a Colledge and free schoole, and that there...
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Washington and the Higher Education: An Address Delivered Before Cornell ...

Charles Kendall Adams - Education - 1888 - 37 pages
...higher and secondary education. The act revealed an admirable largeness of design ; for it provided "that for the advance of learning, education of youth,...ministry, and the promotion of piety, there be land taken upon purchases for a college and free schools, and that there be, with as much speede as may be convenient,...
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Contributions to American Educational History

Herbert Baxter Adams - Education - 1888
...established Harvard Co^ lege, and grammar schools to fit youth " for ye university." The Virginians voted "that for the advance of learning, education of youth, supply of the ministry, and promotion of piety, there be land taken upou purchases for a Colledge and free schoole, and that there...
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