1. CIRCULAR. The Senior Class of Harvard Universirty has taken no part in the disturbances which have recently prevailed in the College. [np,nd, Boston, 1834) See Sabin 30752. 2. PROCEEDINGS OF THE OVERSEERS OF HARVARD UNIVERSITY, The Report Accepted and the Resolutions adopted by them on the 25th of August, 1834. (signed in type by Harvard President Josiah Quincy) Boston: James Loring. 8vo, 47. See Sabin 30752. 3. REMARKS OCCASIONED BY THE PUBLICATION OF A PAMPHLET ENTITLED PROCEEDINGS OF THE OVERSEERS OF HARVARD UNIVERSITY, relatrive to the late disturbances in the seminary. Boston: Dutton & Wentworth, 1834. (By a son of Harvard). pp. 36. See Sabin 30752. The three pamphlets, removed from a bound volume, some foxing, very good. All three of these are listed by Sabin as 30752. With the contemporary ownership signature of "Sam'l Truth May 1836" on the end paper. The 3 pamphets.
A disturbance which grew out of a conflict between a Greek instructor and a student ended with broken furniture and distruction of property and a suspension. (Inventory #: 57442)
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