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The foundation and the charter[ edit ] The Ezra Stiles copy of the Brown University Charter of The first president, James Manning, taught the earliest college classes at his parish house The origin of Brown University can be dated to , when three residents of Newport, Rhode Island drafted a petition to the General Assembly of the colony: That for this End Stiles and Ellery were co-authors of the Charter of the College two years later. The editor of Stiles's papers observes, "This draft of a petition connects itself with other evidence of Dr. Should you make any Progress in the Affair of a Colledge, I should be glad to hear of it; I heartily wish you Success therein. The Philadelphia Association of Baptist Churches also had an eye on Rhode Island, home of the mother church of their denomination:
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Scott's original ambition was to be a writer like his favorite author, F. Scott Fitzgerald ; while attending Redford High School in Detroit , he wrote many short stories, none of which was ever published. As an adult, he tried on many occasions to write a novel, but was never able to complete one to his satisfaction. His primary duty, however, was as an honor guard for military funerals at Arlington National Cemetery. He later said his duties at Arlington led to his drinking. His first public appearance on stage was as the barrister in a university production of Terence Rattigan 's The Winslow Boy , directed by H. He graduated from the university in with degrees in English and theater.
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Posted on December 17, by Scott Alexander I. Some old news I only just heard about: PETA is offering to pay the water bills for needy Detroit families if and only if those families agree to stop eating meat. Predictably, the move caused a backlash.
The inhabitants, taken by surprise, fled in terror to the upper end of the district, and halted not until they reached the Slugan gorge of Gleann-Domhuinn, or the Deep Glen. There, however, they rallied under a brave young man, who threw himself at their head, and slew, either with a spear or an arrow, the leader of the invaders. This inspired the Craignish men with such courage that they soon drove back their disheartened enemies across Barbreck river. The Craignish men also raised a stone at Slugan to mark the spot where Olav fell. David Nutt, , pp.