Engaged an horse, to go to Haverhill to-morrow; White went to Boston for the same
purpose. Mr. Burr gave out for our next forensic, the following question. “Whether
Christianity has been promotive of the temporal interests of mankind.” It is to be
read the week before the close of the vacation, and will be the last exercice of this
kind, for our Class.
of Petersham, County of Worcester, was 19. the 21st. of last July. Without great
genius, or an uncommon share of knowledge, he has sufficient of both to render him,
an useful and respectable member of Society. His disposition is very obliging, and
with an handsome fortune, he unites, a laudable frugality to a proper spirit of generosity;
he proposes following commerce, and as a merchant, will I doubt not, promote his own
interest, without injuring any other individual.