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A letter to an honourable gentleman of the Council-Board, for the colony of Connecticut, shewing that Yale-College is a very great emolument, and of high importance to the state: consequently, that it is the interest and duty of the commonwealth to afford it publick countenance and support: and wherein such objections are considered and obviated as would probably be made against the tenor of such reasoning. By a friend of college, the church and his country. [Nine lines of quotations]
- Trumbull, Benjamin, 1735-1820.
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New-Haven : Printed by B. Mecom, 1766.
26p. ; 40.
Trumbull, J.H. Connecticut, 985
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