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Stran 73 - THE EDWARD AUSTIN SCHOLARSHIPS In 1899, the sum of $25,500 was received by Radcliffe College in settlement of the bequest of $30,000, made by Edward Austin, the income thereof to be paid to "needy, meritorious students and teachers, to assist them in payment of their studies.
Stran 13 - ... Mr. John Harvard had just lighted that little candle which has since thrown its beams so far, where there seemed a providential refuge for those who desired a church without a Bishop, and a state without a King. I did not, therefore, like the worshipful Lady Radcliffe, send a contribution in money ; but I came hither myself, bringing the five youngest of my children with me, and arrived at Braintree in the year 1640. From that day Harvard College has been much in my mind ; and I humbly trust...
Stran 14 - Quincy (tam carum caput), and a Professor of Rhetoric and Oratory, John Quincy Adams, who as well as his sons and grandsons have given much aid to the College, as members of one or the other of its governing boards, beside attaining other distinctions less to my present purpose. The elder of my three sons who came with me to America, John Hoar, settled in the extreme western frontier town of English settlement in New England, called Concord: to which that exemplary Christian man, the Reverend Peter...
Stran 19 - Commonwealth is now so empowered respecting men or women, — provided, however, that no degree shall be so conferred by the said Radcliffe College except with the approval of the President and Fellows of Harvard College, given on satisfactory evidence of such qualification as is accepted for the same degree when conferred by Harvard University.
Stran 78 - THE CAROLINE I. WILBY PRIZE This prize was founded in 1897 in memory of Miss Caroline I. Wilby, by her friends and former pupils. The fund, originally $3,060, has been somewhat increased, and the income is to be given annually to a Radcliffe student as a prize "for the best original work in any department.