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" Be it enacted, that for the advance of learning, education of youth, supply of the ministry and promotion of piety... "
Education in the United States: Its History from the Earliest Settlements - Page 33
by Richard Gause Boone - 1889 - 402 pages
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American Education It's Men, Ideas, and Institutions

...to the lack of clergy and the difficulty of getting them from distant England, the new laws provided "that for the advance of learning, education of youth, supply of the ministry and promotion of piety, there be land taken up, or purchased, for a college and free school ; and that...
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The "True Professional Ideal" in America: A History

Bruce A. Kimball - Business & Economics - 1995 - 429 pages
...the same logic appeared in the order of the founding purposes for the College of William and Mary: "the advance of learning, education of youth, supply of the ministry, and promotion of piety."298 Since the local clergyman generally selected and supervised the local schoolteacher...
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Daughters of the American Revolution Magazine, Volume 55

Daughters of the American Revolution - Genealogy - 1921
...colony itself revived the question of a college in 1660. The General Assembly passed a resolution " 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 THOMAS...
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Indian Education in the American Colonies, 1607-1783

History - 2007
...establishing such schooling.77 In March of 1660-61, the Assembly passed an education measure requesting "that for the advance of learning, education of youth, supply of the ministry, and promotion of piety, there be land taken up or purchased for a college and free school."78 The next...
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Caduceus of Kappa Sigma, Volume 9

1894
...during which the seed sown in 1619 were still in embryo, we find that in 1660 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 purchase for a colledge and free schoole." Subscriptions...
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Modern Culture, Volume 2, Issue 3

Edward Cornelius Toune, Graeme Mercer Adam - 1895
...connection with Harvard. The idea, however, remained. In 1660 the Colonial Assembly of Virginia voted "that for the advance of learning, education of youth, supply of the ministry and promotion of piety Early Efforts of Virginia upon purchases for a college and free school and that...
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