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: Princeton sketches : the story of Nassau Hall
: Wallace, George R
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THE BULLETIN ELM. 11. THE REVOLUTION. Nor shall these angry tumults here subside,Nor murders cease, through all these provinces,Till foreign crowns have vanished from our viewAnd dazzle here no more,—no more presumeTo awe the spirit of fair Liberty ;Vengeance must cut the thread. Philip Freneau, Class of 1771. The college had not been settled in its newhome a year, when it was saddened by the deathof President Burr. He had all of that charm-ing personality and grace of manner which sodistinguished his brilliant son. His tomb is inthe Princeton graveyard, that WestminsterAbbey of America, as it has been called, andthe moss-grown letters of the inscription beareloquent testimony to the affectionate regardwhich he inspired : O infandum sui Desiderium Gemit Ecclesia, plorat Acaderaia ; Ait Coelum plaudit, dum ille Ingreditur In Gaudiiim Domini. 29 30 PRINCE TON SKE TCHES. For the next decade a singular fatality seemedto hang over the presidential office. JonathanEdwards was called from
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