shall say a few words to us in closing our celebration.
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PKOFESSOR BEIGGS'S SPEECH.
Mr. President and Brethren of Williams College:
Allow me to bring to you the greetings of Union
Theological Seminary, to congratulate you upon your
noble history, and to wish for you a still more success-
ful future and abundant usefulness in every department
of your work. Allow me also to express our thanks
for the honor that you have put upon an unworthy
member of the Union faculty. We are no strangers
to the men of Williams. I have never been to Wil-
liamstown before, and walked about these noble hills ;
but I have been privileged to look upon the faces and
characters and lives of men in twenty different classes
that have issued from the walls of this institation, and
I have learned to know Williams in its noblest fruit, in
these young men who have gone forth into the gospel
In listening to what I have heard to-day, I have
asked myself the question, what is the relation of
Union Seminary to Williams College ? I cannot say
that we are the mother or the sister or the brother of
Williams. Our relation is still more intimate than that
of the colleges mentioned here to-day, because our
alumni are the same. When I look upon the faces
of many who are gathered together here, I see faces
that have been in my own class-room, besides faces
that honored Union Seminary before I was privileged
to enter its faculty. It almost seems as if I were in
a meeting of the alumni of Union Seminary, so closely
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are we related to each other. Therefore I may say,
possibly, that we are the right arm of Williams Col-
lege ; that is, we take the men whom you have trained â€¢
here to the utmost in the arts and sciences, and to
whom you have given the preparatory education which
is necessary in all the professions and in all the higher
walks of life, and then we build them higher in the
theological department, and prepare them for the
noblest of all works, â€” the work of preaching the
gospel of Jesus Christ for the salvation of men.
The question has been asked this afternoon. Is reli-
gion to die out of the colleges ? I entirely agree with
the president of Harvard in his answer to that question.
But we are passing through a transformation at the
present time in all departments of religion. It is
necessary that religion should be eliminated from sec-
tarianism ; it is necessary that theology should be
separated once for all and forever from denomina-
tionalism ; it is still more necessary that Christian
morality should rise far above any form whatever of
ecclesiasticism. We are now learning the great uni-
ties of Christianity, in religion, doctrine, and morals;
and I think that, as we advance in learning the solu-
tion of these great problems, religion will not decrease
in the colleges, but on the other hand it will increase,
and increase with freedom and with power as it as-
sumes new forms and shapes itself to all the manifold
necessities of the modern life, so different from the
older life of our predecessors.
And so it will be in the theolos-ical seminaries. A
great mistake, in my judgment, has been made in the
302 WILLIAMS COLLEGE.
former generations in the relation of the theological
school to the college. It has been thought necessary
that the theological student should live a separate life ;
that he should separate himself from all his associa-
tions in the college ; that he should keep clear from all
affiliations with the university; that he should look
upon all the developments of science and art with some
degree of suspicion ; that he should fear and tremble
lest in some way they should encroach upon the field
of religion and bring disaster upon the systems of
theology. But all this is changing. We are now
seeing that the religion of Jesus Christ is an open-
eyed religion, which looks all around and at all the
phases of truth. "We are now beginning to see that
all truth is the daughter of God ; that there cannot be
any truth whatever in science or art which does not
come into the sphere of religion, and which cannot be
grasped to the heart of Christianity. We welcome,
therefore, the results of all the sciences, of all the arts,
of all human studies. And the theology of the future
will be a comprehensive theology, â€” a theology which
will again regain the royal crown which has been put
off from her head because she neglected her high call-
ing. She will once more assume her prerogative, and
march on with all the other sciences, recognizing them
as her sisters and brothers and friends. She will re-
ceive from them a welcome, and she will be enabled
to construct a nobler religion, a higher type of the-
ology, and a grander Christian ethics, which will
make Christianity applicable to all the social and all
the ethical problems of our times. I thank you for
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your attention and for your kindness to Union Sem-
inary and myself.
President Carter : The benediction will be pro-
nounced by Bishop Lawrence.
Bishop Lawrence : May the God who was with our
fathers bless us. May his face forever shine upon us
and upon those who are to follow us. May he for-
ever lift up his countenance upon this place and upon
our whole land ; and may we, and those who are to
follow us, forever live under the benediction of his
peace, through Christ our Lord. Amen.
GRADUATES, GUESTS, AND OTHERS ATTENDING
Abbott, George B., A.B. 1872 Brooklyn, N. Y.
Adam, Robert W., A. B. 1845 Pittsfield, Mass.
Adams, Elbridge, A.B. 1887 Rochester, N. Y.
Adams, Harry C., A.B. 1886 Turners Falls, Mass.
Adams, Richard K., A.B. 1854 Evanston, 111.
Adams, William W., A.B. 1855 Fall River, Mass.
Adriance, Harris E., A.B. 1883 New York City.
Adriance, John S., A.B. 1882 New York City.
Adriance, Vanderpoel, A.B. 1890 New York City.
Alden, Alonzo, A.B. 1859 Troy, N. Y.
Alden, Charles L., A.B. 1851 Troy, N. Y.
Allen, Adolos, A.B. 1878 Philadelphia, Pa.
Allinson, Francis G. A. B., 1877, Harvard . . Williamstown, Mass.
Amadon, Arthur F., A.B. 1881 Melrose, Mass.
Amen, H. P., Principal of Riverview Academy . Poughkeepsie, N. Y.
Andrews, Elisha B., D.D., LL.D., President of
Brown University Providence, R. I.
Anderson, George W., A.B. 1886 Boston, Mass.
Anderson, James W., A.B. 1893 Springfield, Mass.
Andrews, George W., A.B. 1879 Dalton, Mass.
Archer, John B., A.B. 1893 Blackington, Mass.
Armstrong, Hatley K., A.B. 1873 Penn Yan, N. Y.
Athearn, William E., A.B. 1878 Brooklyn, N. Y.
Austin, Henry W., A.B. 1888 Chicago, 111.
Avery, Harry E., A.B. 1892 DetroFt, Mich.
Azhderiau, Garabed, A.B. 1891 Williamstown, Mass.
Babbitt, Irving, A.B. 1889, Harvard .... Williamstown, Mass.
Bacon, Samuel F., A.B. 1847 Deckertown, N. J.
Balliett, Louis J., A.B. 1893 Lockport, N. Y.
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Bancroft, Cecil F.P., Ph.D., Principal of Andover
Academy Andover, Mass.
Banks, Talcott M., A.B. 1890 Engelwood, N. J.
Barber, Daniel J., A.B. 1859 North Adams, IMass.
Bartow, Edward, A.B. 1892 Williamstown, Mass.
Barton, Oliver G., A.B. 1866 New York City.
Bascom, John, A.B. 181:9 Williamstown, Mass.
Bassett, Austin B., A.B. 1881 Ware, Mass.
Beach, Edward D., A.B. 1888 Bridgeport, Conn.
Beale, E. Newton, A.B. 1861 . . . â€¢ . . . Schaghticoke, N. Y.
Bennett, AVilliam P., A.B. 1862 Crete, Neb.
Bennett, William R., A.B. 1890 New York City.
Beyea, Samuel, A.B. 1S88 " . . New York City.
Bigelow, Frederick R., A.B. 1891 . . . . , St. Paul, Minn.
Bishop, Edwin W., A.B. 1892 Hartford, Conn.
Bixby, Joseph P., A.B. 1858 Revere, Mass.
Blackinton, Hugh P. 1887 Hoosic Falls, N. Y.
Blagden, Samuel P., A.B. 1862 New York City.
Blake, Henry W., A.B. 1871 Springfield, Mass.
Bliss. Charles R., A.B. 18.54 Chicago, 111.
Bonfils, Ellsworth, A.B. 1885 Portchester, N. Y.
Booth, Fisher H., A.B. 1893 . Auburn, N. Y.
Botsford, Eli H., A.B. 1882 Williamstown, Mass.
Bott, J. Warner, A.B. 1883 New York City.
Brainerd, Ezra, LL.D., President of Middlehury
College INIiddlebury, Vt.
Brewer, Daniel C, A.B. 1886 Boston, ]\Iass.
Brewster, John M., A.B. 1839 Pittsfield, Mass.
Briggs, Charles A., D.D. LL.D., Professor in
Union Theological Seminary New York City
Briggs, William A., A.B. 1860 Oak Lawn, R. L
Bronson, Oliver, A.B. 1858 New York City.
Brooks, William K., A.B. 1870 Baltimore, Md.
Broughton, William R., A.B. 1887 New York City.
Brown, Herbert J., A.B. 1885 Berlin Mills, N. H.
Brown, Orton, A.B. 1892 Berlin, N. H.
Buck, Samuel W., A.B. 1867 Poughkeepsie, N. Y.
Buckham, Mathew H., D.D., President of Univer-
sity of Vermont Burlington, Vt.
Bullard, Charles B., A.B. 1875 Parsippany, N. J.
Bullock, James W., A.B. 1881 Williamstown, Mass.
Burden, Joseph W., A.B. 1872 Lenox, Mass.
Burke, Charles E , A.B. 1884 Pittsfield, Mass.
Burr, Charles H., A.B. 1868 Williamstown, IMass
Burr, Thomas S., A.B. 1887 Fairhaven, Wash.
Calkins, Lyman D., A. B. 1867 Eockaway, L. I., N. Y.
Campbell, Mollis A Seymour, Conn.
Campbell, William R., A. B. 1876 Boston, Mass.
Canby, William M., Jr., A.B. 1891 .... Wilmington, Del.
Canfield, James H., A.B. 18G8 Lincoln, Neb.
Canfield, John D., A.B. 1866 Morristown, N. J.
Carnegie, Andrew New York.
Carpenter, William R., A.B. 1892 Pittsfield, ]\Iass.
Carrington, Geo. M., A.B. 1861 W. Winsted, Conn.
Carter, Franklin, A.B. 1862 Williamstown, Mass.
Chamberlin, Albert, A.B. 1849 ...... Croton Falls, N. Y.
Childs, Edward XL, A.B. 1891 Cambridge, Mass.
Childs, Henry A., LL.D., Justice oj the Supreme
Court oJ N.Y. Medina, N. Y.
Childs, Milford W. 1892 Medina, N. Y.
Chipperfield, George F., A.B. 1876 Malone, N. Y.
Clark, Charles G., A.B. 1848 New York City.
Clark, Henry S., A.B. 1878 New York City.
Clark, Robert A., A.B. 1885 Springfield, Mass.
Clark, T. Jarvis, A.B. 1836 Northfield, ]\Iass.
Clark, Willard B., Town Clerk of Williams I oivn . Williamstown, ]\Iass.
Clarke, Samuel F., B.S. 1878, Yale S.S. . . . Williamstown, Mass.
Cleminshaw, Wm. H., A.B. 1890 Cleveland. O.
Cleveland, Charles D., A.B. 1892 Cambridge, Mass.
Cluett, Albert E., A.B. 1893 Troy, N. Y.
Cluett, W^alter H., 1893 Troy, N. Y.
Cole, Charles S., A.B. 1870 Williamstown, Mass.
Cole, Irving T., A.B. 1887 Seattle, Wash.
Collier, Edward J., A.B. 1893 Kinderhook, N. Y.
Colt, Henry, A.B. 1878 Pittsfield, Mass.
Colt, James D., A.B. 1884 Boston, ]\Iass.
Conant, Franklin S., A B. 1893 Williamstown, IMass.
Connitt, George W., A.B. 1849 New York City.
Connor, Leartus, A.B. 1865 Detroit, Mich.
Cookingham, George T., A.B. 1884 Lee, Mass.
Cooley, Robert C, A.B. 1891 Springfield, Mass.
Corliss, Charles A., A.B. 1890 Troy, N. Y.
Cornwell, Henry B., A.B. 1843 Newburgh, N. Y.
Corwin, John H., A.B. 1875 New York City.
Count, Elmer E., A.B. 1885 Florence, Italy.
Cowen, George, A.B. 1891 Lansingburg, N. Y.
Coyle, John P., D.D., Pastor of the Congregational
Church, North Adams North Adams, IMass.
Crandall,H. Burr, A.B. 1850 Boston, Mas.s.
Crowell, Edward R., A.B. 1883 Cedar Rapids, Iowa.
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Curtis, Lucius Q., A.B. 1835 Hartford, Conn.
Cutler, Elijah, A.B. 1856 Boston, Mass.
Cutler, James T., A.B. 1890 Boston, Mass.
Dale, T. Nelson, U. S. Geologic Survey . . . Williarastown, Mass.
Daly, A. J., A.B. 1893 Troy, N. Y.
Dana, Stephen W., A.B. 1861 Philadelphia, Pa.
Danforth, Bushnell, A.B. 1878 Williamstown, Mass.
Danforth, Keyes, A.B. 1816 Williamstown, Mass.
Davenport, Francis H., A.B. 1870 Boston, Mass.
Davenport, John G., A.B. 1863 Waterbury, Conn.
Davis, Thomas W., A.B. 1866 Waverly, Mass.
Davis, William V. W., Pastor of (he First Church
ofPittsfield . . o Pittsfield, Mass.
Davison, Charles A., A.B. 1845 New York City.
De Camp, Allen F., A.B. 1871 Elmira, N. Y.
Delano, Eugene, A.B., 1866 Philadelphia, Pa.
Demond, Frank J., A.B. 1882 Springfield, Mass.
Denison, John H., A.B. 1862 Williamstown, Mass.
Denton, Theodore J., A.B. 1845 New Hampton.N. J.
Dewey, Arthur J Bennington, Vt.
Dewey, Francis H., A.B. 1876 Worcester, Mass.
Dewey, George T., A.B. 1879 Worcester, Mass.
Dewey, Harry P., A.B. 1884 Concord, N. H.
Dewey, John C, A.B. 1878 Worcester, Mass.
Dewey, Justin, A.B. 1858 Springfield, Mass.
Dodd, Cyrus M., A.B. 1855 Williamstown, Mass.
Dodge, Raymond, A.B. 1893 Williamstown, Mass.
Donald, Elijah W., D.D., Rector of Trinity Church Boston, ISIass.
Dowd, Charles N., A.B. 1879 New York City.
Downs, RosciusY., A.B. 1883 Ansonia, Conn.
DrlscoU, George W., A.B. 1881 Syracuse, N. Y.
Driscoll, Michael E., A.B. 1877 Syracuse, N. Y.
Dunbar, James R., A.B. 1871 Brookline, Mass.
Dwight, Henry W. 1891 Stockbridge, Mass.
Dwight, Timothy, D.D., LL.D., President of Yale
University New Haven, Conn.
Edson, Hanford W., A.B. 1890 Williamstown, Mass
Egleston, Melville, A.B. 1870 New York City.
Eliot, Charles W., LL.D., President of Harvard
University Cambridge, Mass.
Emerson, Oliver P., A.B. 1868 Honolulu, H. L
Esselburn, Elmer E., A.B. 1888 Lodi, Ohio.
Everett, William, LL.D., U. S. Picpresentative . Quincy, Mass.
Farnsworth, Frederick T., A.B. 1873, Tufls College Williamstown, Mass.
Farr, Daniel C, A.B. 1872 Glens Falls, N. Y.
Feruald, Orlando M., A.B. 1864, Harvard. . . Williamstown, Mass.
Ferry, Frederick Carlos, A.B. 1891 "Williamstown, Mass.
Field, Aaron W., A.B. 1865 New Marlboro, Mass.
Field, Charles, A.B. 1881 Athol, Mass.
Field, Henry M., A.B. 1838 New York City.
Fitch, Robert G., A.B. 1870 Boston, Mass.
Fitschen, John F., Jr., A.B. 1889 Waterville, N. Y.
Fletcher, Herbert H., A.B. 187 9 Boston, Mass.
Flint, George Henry, A.B. 1886 Lincoln, Mass.
Francis, Arthur W., A.B. 1890 New York City.
Francis, Lewis W., A.B. 1888 Port Henry, N. Y.
Freeman, Wallace, A.B. 1867 North Adams, Mass.
French, J. Clement, A.B. 1853 Newark, N. J.
Ford, George A., A.B. 1872 Sidon, Syria.
Forsyth, Robert, A.B. 1868 Lebanon, N. H.
Foster, Matthias L., A.B. 1881 ...... New York City.
Foster, William L Cincinnati, Ohio.
Foxcroft, Frank, A.B. 1871 = Boston, Mass.
Gale, John B., A.B. 1842 Williamstown, Mass.
Gallagher, William, D.D, Ph.D., Principal of
Williston Seminary Easthampton, Mass.
Garfield, Abram, A.B. 1893 Mentor, Ohio.
Garfield, Irwin McDowell, A.B. 1893 .... Mentor, Ohio.
Gates, Merrill E., Ph.D., LL.D., L.H.D., President
of Amherst College Amherst, Mass.
Geer, Danforth, A.B. 1879 Hoosic Falls, N. Y.
Geer, Walter, A.B. 1878 New York City.
Gibbs, Herbert R., A.B. 1871 Newtonville, Mass.
Gibbs, Josiah W. Ph.D., LL.D., Professor in Yale
University New Haven, Conn.
Gilbert, William B., A.B. 1868 Portland, Oregon.
Gillette, Edwin J., A.B. 1888 Waterbury, Conn.
Gillette, John W., A.B. 1882 Hudson, N. Y.
Gilfillan, Andrew Boyd, A.B. 1893 Peoria, N. Y.
Oilman, Daniel C, LL.D., President of Johns
Hopkins University Baltimore, Md.
Gladden, Washington, A.B. 1859 Columbus, Ohio.
Gleason, Herbert W., A.B. 1877 Minneapolis, Minn.
Glen, Willard A., A.B. 1888 Syracuse, N. Y.
Gordon, Clarence M., A. B. 1891, Princeton . . Williamstown, Mass.
Gosman, Abraham, A.B. 1843 Lawrenceville, N. J.
Granger, William D., A.B. 1869 BroutvUle, N. Y.
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Graves, Rufus R., A.B. 1891 New York City.
Greene, H. N., A.B. 1893 Lansingburg, N. Y.
Greeuough, James C, A.B. 1860 Westfield, Mass.
Griffin, Edward H., A.B. 1862 Baltimore, Md.
Griffin, Henry L., A.B. 1868 . Bangor, Me.
Griffin, Solomon B., A.B. 1872 Springfield, Mass.
Gross, Charles, A.B. 1878 Cambridge, Mass.
Grosvenor, William M., A.B. 1885 Lenox, Mass.
Crush, James W., A.B. 1858 Millville, N. Y.
Gunster, Frederick W., A.B. 1867 Scranton, Pa.
Gurley, William F., A.B. 1882 Troy, N. Y.
Hall, Charles Cuthbert, A.B. 1872 .... Brooklyn, N. Y.
Hall, G. Stanley, A.B. 1867 Worcester, Mass.
Halley,Eben, A.B. 1864 Troy, N. Y.
Hammond, E. Payson, A.B. 1858 Hartford, Conn.
Harding, William G., A.B. 1857 Pittsfield, Mass.
Hardy, John D., A.B. 1882 Boston, Mass.
Harrington, Nathan R., A.B. 1893 Cleveland, Ohio.
Harrison, George B., A.B. 1886 Troy, N. Y.
Hartranft, Chester D., D.D., President of Hart-
ford Theological Seminary Hartford, Conn.
Haskins, Frank H., A.B. 1893 Springfield, Mass.
Hastings, Benjamin F., A.B. 1861 Whitman, Mass.
Hawkes, Theron H., A.B. 1844 Springfield, Mass.
Hayes, Oliver B., A.B. 1850 Dalton, Mass.
Haynes, Charles S., A.B. 1891 Fitchburg, Mass.
Herrick, Frederick M., A.B. 1883 New York City.
Hewitt, John H., A.B. 1859, Yale University . Williamstown, Mass.
Hibbard, Charles L., A.B. 1892 Pittsfield, Mass.
Hill, Horace G., A.B. 1879 Philadelphia, Pa.
Hitchcock, Abner P., A.B. 1873 New Lebanon, N. Y.
Hoisington, Henry R., A.B. 1857 ..... Coventry, Conn.
Hollister, William H., Jr., A.B. 1870 .... Troy, N. Y.
Howe, Fisher, Jr., A.B. 1872 Boston, Mass.
Hopkins, Albert W., A.B. 1891 Williamstown, Mass.
Hopkins, Archibald, A.B. 1862 Washington, D. C.
Honkins, Erastus, A.B. 1890 Worcester, Mass.
Hopkins, Henry, A.B. 1857 Kansas City, Mo.
Hopkins, Wm. S. B., A.B. 1855 Worcester, Mass.
Houghton, Albert C North Adams, Mass.
Hoyt, Willard, A.B. 1892 Williamstown, Mass.
Hubbard, J. Clark, A.B. 1877 Holyoke, Mass.
Hubbard, John P., A.B. 1883 Philadelphia, Pa.
Hubbard, William N., A.B. 1883 New York City.
Hubbell, Charles Bulkley, A.B. 1874 .... New York City.
Humes, Samuel, A.B. 1891 Jersey Shore, Pa.
Huntington, Charles W., A.B. 1876 .... Lowell, Mass.
Hutton, Alfred J., A.B. 1866 Rochester, N. Y.
Huyck, Edmund N., A.B. 1888 Albany, N. Y.
Huyck, John N., A.B. 1893 Albany, N. Y.
Hyde, Charles M., A.B. 1852 Honolulu, H. I.
Hyde, Henry K., A.B. 1887 Ware, Mass.
Ide, James M., A.B. 1871 Troy, N. Y.
Isham, Edward S., A.B. 1857 Chicago, lU.
James, Henry M Minneapolis, Minn.
James, Lewis A. 1885 Saratoga Springs, N.Y.
Jenkins, Frank E., A.B. 1878 Palmer, Mass.
Jenkins, McGregor Boston, Mass.
Jenkins, Weston, 1867 Trenton, N. J.
Jenks, Edwin F., A.B. 1893 Adams, Mass.
Jennings, Isaac, A.B. 1871 Elmira, N. Y.
Jesup, Morris K New York City.
Jewett, Freeborn G., Jr., A.B. 1888 .... Albany, N. Y.
Jewett, W. Kennon, A.B. 1879 Bridgeport, Conn.
Jerome, Eugene M., A.B. 1867 New York City.
Johnson, Wolcott, H., A.B. 1883 Boston, Mass.
Johnston, George F., A.B. 1889 Rochester, N. Y.
Joslin, Charles S., A.B. 1851 Troy, N. Y.
Joy, Edmund S., A.B. 1886 Newark, N. J.
Judson, H. P., A.B. 1870 Chicago, 111.
Kellogg, Justin, A.B. 1865 Troy, N. Y.
Kemp, Robert M., A.B. 1885 New York City.
Kennedy, Howard, Jr., A.B. 1889 Omaha, Neb.
Kilbon, John L., A.B. 1886 Boston, Mass.
King, Alexander New York City.
King, Edward A., A.B. 1878 Troy, N. Y.
King, Nathan S., A.B. 1849 Yonkers, N. Y.
Kingsbury, Frederick J., LL.D., Felloio of Yale
Corporation Waterbury, Conn.
Kingsley, J. Sterling, A.B. 1875 . . Tufts College, near Boston, Mass
Kirby, Nathaniel H. 1883 Concord, Mass.
Knight, Horatio G Easthampton, Mass.
Knowlson, James S., A.B. 1843 Averill Park, N. Y.
Knowlson, John, A.B. 1855 Poultney, Vt.
Knox, Henry E., A.B. 1856 New York City.
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Lansing, John P., A.B. 1844 West Troy, N. Y.
Lasell, Josiah M., A.B. 1886 Whitinsville, Mass.
Lawrence, Arthur, D.D., Rector of St. Paul's
Church Stockbridge, Mass.
Lawreuce, William, Bishop of Massachusetts . . Cambridge, Mass,
Leake, Richard B., A.B. 1879 Albany, N. Y.
Leavitt, Burke F., A.B. 1868 Chicago, 111.
Lee, H. Shumway, A.B. 1889 Buffalo, N. Y.
Lefavour, Henry, A.B. 1883 Wiiliamstown, Mass.
Leonard, Edgar C, A.B. 1886 Albany, N. Y.
Leonard, Gardner C, A.B. 1887 Albany, N. Y.
Lewis, Everett E., A.B. 1862 Haddam, Conn.
Lewis, Hiram L., A.B. 1852 Chicago, 111.
Little, James, A.B. 1841 Middletown, N. Y.
Livingston, Stephen T., A.B. 1887 South Egremont, Mass.
Locke, John P., A.B. 1893 Hoosic Falls, N. Y.
Lockwood, John H., A.B. 1868 Westfield, Mass.
Lodge, Henry Cabot, U. S. Senator Boston, Mass.
Loomis, Elihu, A.B., 1847 Chesterfield, Mass.
Loveland, Ralph Saginaw, Mich.
Low, Seth, LL.D., President of Columbia College Brooklyn, N. Y.
Ludlow, H. S., A.B. 1892 Troy, N. Y.
Lyons, James H., A.B. 1887 Lansingburg, N. Y.
Mabie, Hamilton W., A.B. 1867 New York City.
McDonald, James R., A.B. 1889 Hartford, Conn.
Makely, George N., A.B. 1883 Brooklyn, N. Y.
Malley, Edward B., A.B. 1868 Cambridge, Mass.
Marsh, Dwight W., A.B. 1842 Amherst, Mass.
Marsh, Rolph, A.B. 1892 Jersey City, N. J.
Marvin, William T. R., A.B. 1854 Boston, Mass.
Mason, George A., A.B. 1891 Chicago, 111.
Mather, Edward E., A.B. 1868 Wiiliamstown, Mass.
Mather, Frank J., Jr., A.B. 1889 Wiiliamstown, Mass.
Mather, Frederick, 1885 Wiiliamstown, Mass.
Mead, Robert G., Jr., A.B. 1893 Sing Sing, N. Y.
Mears, Leverett, A.B. 1874, Amherst .... Wiiliamstown, Mass.
Meigs, John, Principal of Hill School .... Pottstown, Penn.
Miller, Ansel I., A.B. 1881 Brattleboro, Vt.
Miller, Charles E. 1893 Norwalk, Conn.
Miller, Mrs. J. Leland Sheffield, Mass.
Miller, William S., A.B. 1890 o Cohoes, N. Y.
Mills, Franklin H., A.B. 1893 Pottstown, Pa.
Mills, George F., A.B. 1862 Amherst, Mass.
Mitchell, William W., A.B. 1839 Cummington, Mass.
Mockridge, Emmons T., A.B. 1846 Philadelphia, Pa.
Myer, John E., A.B. 1867 Buffalo, N. Y.
Mygatt, Lemuel C, A.B. 1870 New York City.
Mynderse, Wilhelmus, A.B. 1871 New York City.
Nelson, Thomas, A.B. 1836 New York City.
Newell, G. Kennedy, A.B. 1887 Plainfield, N. J.
Niven, Thornton M., Jr., A.B. 1855 .... Dobbs Ferry, N. Y.
Norton, Benjamin, A.B. 1876 New York City.
Norton, John T., A.B. 1886 Troy, N. Y.
Olds, Frank W., A.B. 1876 Williamstown, Mass.
Paine, Willis S., 1868 New York City.
Parsons, Andrew, A.B., 1857 Knox, N. Y.
Parsons, Eben B., A.B. 1859 Williamstown, Mass.
Partridge, Joseph L., A.B. 1828 Brooklyn, N. Y.
Patterson, Edward, LL.D., Justice of the Supreme
Court of New York New York City.
Pattison, Thomas H., D.D., Professor in Rochester
Theological Seminary Rochester, N. Y.
Peabody, Endicott, Master of Groton School . . Groton, Mass.
Peabody, James E., A.B. 1892 Williamstown, Mass.
Pease, Charles B. F., A.B. 1886 West Troy, N. Y.
Pease, Frederick W., A.B. 1879 West Springfield, Mass.
Peck, Ezra J., A.B. 1851 Owego, N. Y.
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