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Fac Simile of the Authors hand writing being the füst page of his Address on the Tentennial
Birthday of Washington delivered at Nashville February 226
1132 A century has now
elapsed since the birth of our immortal Washington. And ton million @grumen can this day testify that a republic do not always ingratarul to her noblest benefortor. "Witt what thrilling emotions herve we net hituned again
to his last pater nal counsels, and yielded theconoritioné hmist hearts to the twoth Xúrsdom of all his sagacious ever sinomable instmutimo? Suh a firewall add reg was worthy of the father of his camtun
It is itsell, an invaluable lzacy to the latest generations where hberty, illeznity, Hte-nights y man, the principles y, miverunt epita hu cahn purniits of imam'hitiono pavepl tranquilli -19, he steady progressive advancement I the
an wpecies in Hirtue, intelligarice y pozpinup shall be duly appreciates,& honoured. Worcana
derve as an
mone appropriate tribute freopen be offered to his memory, than the stemn récital in the land of He pegile, m each returning anniversar birthday; this precious valedictory
his a textbook for nis statusmen to study, and it may
inpaltitte tort in the hands on the people, by which to try the opint* Maracters thur
ruleri & fall jíditical arpipants Ledewer youth commit it'l memory. Set ito maximo be engraven upon every Amércan heart. It uit enlighten hio judgment, enlange his conceptions
, devate & chasten his patretism, bubelue his sectimal & selfish jurejudices, expand his broom
Jenerous pihilanthropy; & lead himto estem all the citizens os every state as his brethren, and as equally entitted to all the
, privileges & Vlefsings which on lomme constitur tion & représentative government were desineet
to secure and to
PHILIP LINDSLEY, D.D.,
FORMERLY VICE-PRESIDENT AND PRESIDENT ELECT OF THE COLLEGE OF
NEW JERSEY, PRINCETON ; AND LATE PRESIDENT OF THE UNIVERSITY OF NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE.
LE ROY J. HALSEY, D.D.
PROFESSOR IN THE THEOLOGICAL SEMINARY OF THE NORTH WEST.
WITH INTRODUCTORY NOTICES OF HIS LIFE AND LABOURS.
BY THE EDITOR.
“He was a scholar, and a ripe and good one."
MISCELLANEOUS DISCOURSES AND ESSAYS.
J. B. LIPPINCOTT & CO.
Entered, according to act of Congress, in the year 1864, by
J. B. LIPPINCOTT & CO.,
In the Clerk's Office of the District Court of the United States for the Eastern
District of Pennsylvania.
CONTENTS OF VOL. III.