The constitution and associate statutes of the Theological Seminary in Andover with a sketch of its rise and progress

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SeriesEarly American imprints -- no. 14357, Selected Americana from Sabin"s Dictionary of books relating to America, from its discovery to the present time -- 1437
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Pagination68 p
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Full text of "History of Andover theological seminary" See other formats. A commemorative discourse, on the completion of fifty years from the founding of the theological seminary at Andover by: Bacon, Leonard, Published: () The constitution and associate statutes of the Theological Seminary in Andover with a sketch of its rise and progress.

Published: (). Supreme Judicial Court of the Commonwealth renders a decision to suspend the “Plan,” citing the language of the Andover Constitution and Associate Statutes. The Seminary completes the academic year under the agreement. Andover Trustees and Harvard repeal the decision, the faculty resigns, and the Andover Trustees vote to suspend.

The associate creed of Andover Theological Seminary by: Park, Edwards Amasa, Published: () History of the Andover Theological Seminary by: Woods, Leonard, The Andover Theological Seminary thus organized was formally opened for students on Septemin the South Parish Church, with appropriate exercises, including a prayer by Mr.

French, the reading of the Constitution of the Seminary and the Associate Statutes, and an historical summary by Dr. Pearson of the rise and progress of the. The Constitution and Associate Statutes of the Theological Seminary in Andover; with a Sketch of its Rise and Progress. Published by order of the Trustees.

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