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Life and character of Frederick Augustus Rauch, first president of Marshall college

a eulogy delivered on occasion of the re-interment of his remains at Lancaster, Pa., March 7th, 1859

by John Williamson Nevin

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Published by Printed by M. Kieffer & co. in Chambersburg, Pa .
Written in English


Edition Notes

ContributionsRauch, Frederick A. (Frederick August), 1806-1841, Franklin and Marshall college, Lancaster, Pa
Classifications
LC ClassificationsLD3231 .M6517 1859
The Physical Object
Pagination29 p.
Number of Pages29
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL24873892M
LC Control Number14017347

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  Frederick Augustus Berkeley, 5th Earl of Berkeley (–) was a British nobleman. Origins and education Berkeley was the eldest son and heir of Augustus Berkeley, 4th Earl of Berkeley by Elizabeth, daughter of Henry Drax, of Ellerton Abbey, Yorkshire. No cover, 60 pages. He also was the owner of. The school's small but brilliant faculty grew in both size and status with the addition ofJohn Williamson Nevin and another German scholar, church historianPhilip Rating: % positive.

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