On the loftiest, and most important branch of all sciences. An oration pronounced before the two literary societies of Rutgers College, at their anniversary, July 16th, 1827
New-Brunswick: Rutgers Press, printed by Terhune & Letson, 1827. First edition, 8vo, pp. 32; removed from binding, wrappers perished; some foxing. The author is described as "one of the Pastors of the Collegiate Reformed Dutch Church in the city of New-York." His subject, the "most important branch of all sciences?" It's classical literature. American Imprints 28311. Item #54488
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