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The life of Samuel Johnson, D.D., the first president of King's College, in New York. Containing many interesting anecdotes; a general view of the state of religion and learning in Connecticut during the former part of the last century; and an account of the institution and rise of Yale College, Connecticut; and of King's (now Columbia) College, New York.

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