The Yale Literary Magazine, Том 24,Випуск 6

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Herrick & Noyes, 1859
 

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Сторінка 281 - ... guitar-playing, than at physics, logic, and the regular courses of lectures ; and they shall not get up public dances in the streets. Quarrelers, wanton persons, drunkards — those that go about serenading at night, or who spend their leisure in following after lewd women, thieves, those who insult citizens, players at dice, having been properly warned and not reforming, besides the ordinary punishment provided by law for those misdemeanors, .shall be deprived of their academical privileges...
Сторінка 267 - When the dreams of life are fled, When its wasted lamps are dead, When in cold oblivion's shade, Beauty, wealth and fame are laid, Where immortal spirits reign, There may we all meet again ! * Tbis highly amiable and intellectual lady was the daughter of the Rev.
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Сторінка 282 - ... novices were subjected to the same annoyance.f That the ceremony of Deposition, at the German universities, was not merely a piece of buffoonery invented by the students, but was reckoned an officially authorized ceremony, appears, for example, from the following statute of the University of Erfurt : " No one shall be enrolled as a student who shall not previously have undergone, here or elsewhere, the rite of Deposition...
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Сторінка 280 - ... in the Holy Scriptures, which are to be attained by study and practice in theological faculty, are the rule of morals, and lead to true propriety of conduct, we consider it exceedingly wrong and most unseemly that theological students should not be distinguishable from all others by their virtues. The spiritual eye must be very clear from sin in order to discern the lofty themes of theology. That science itself teaches that only the pure in heart shall see God ; and that wisdom Cometh not into...
Сторінка 280 - ... and that wisdom Cometh not into the sinful soul, nor abides in a body under subjection to sin. Therefore, students of theology must show by their whole life that they belong truly and really to the theological faculty ; and a religious life must be the expression of their spiritual acquirements. Therefore, students of theology must be free from shameful vices, serious and modest in speech, decent, respectably clothed — no drinker, lecher, or brawler — an avoider of evil companions ; must...
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