Individual Training in Our Colleges

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APPENDIX No. II1

SOME OF THE QUESTIONS TO BE DISCUSSED BY THE CANDIDATES FOR THE DEGREE OF M.A. AT THE HARVARD COMMENCEMENT IN 17422
An Fidei Confessio verbis merè
humanis declaranda sit. Affirmat
respondens Thomas Prince.
Whether a Confession of Faith
may be declared in words merely
humane? Affirmed by Thomas
Prince.
An ex Operibus, Sanctificationì
comitantibus, optime exquiratur
Justificatio. Affirmat respondens,
Samuel White.
Whether Justification be best
discovered by works attending
Sanctification? Affirmed by Sam-
uel White.
An Intellectus humanus Divinae
Fidei Mensura sit. Negat re-
spondens Jonathan Hoar.
Whether the humane Intellect
be the measure of Divine Faith?
Denied by Jonathan Hoar.
An Conscientia invincibiliter er-
ronea sit inculpabilis. Affirmat re-
spondens Nathaniel Snell.
Whether a Conscience invincibly
erroneous may be blameless? Af-
firmed by Nathaniel Snell.
An Peccata praeterita et futura
simul remittantur. Negat respon-
dens Amarias Frost.
Whether Past and Future Sins
are forgiven at the same time?
Denied by Amarias Frost.
An Spiritus Sancti Operatio in
Mente sit Causa naturalis impro-
pria Erroris. Affirmat respondens
Sylvanus Conant.
Whether the Operations of the
Holy Spirit in the Mind may be the
improper Cause of Natural Errors?
Affirmed by Sylvanus Conant.

APPENDIX No. III3
THE EARLY CURRICULUMS OF HARVARD AND YALE
The Harvard curriculum of 1726.
"1. While the students are Freshmen they commonly recite the grammars and with them a recitation in Tully, Virgil and the Greek Testament, on Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays in the morning and forenoon [i.e. before and after breakfast]; on Friday morning, Dugard's or Farnaby's Rhetoric, and on Saturday morning the Greek Catechism; and towards the latter end of the year they dispute on Ramus' Definitions, Mondays and Tuesdays in the forenoon.
"2. The Sophomores recite Burgersdicius's Logic, and a manuscript called New Logic, in the mornings and forenoons; and towards the latter end of the year Heereboord's Meletemata, and dispute Mondays
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1
Page 57.
2
Peirce, Appendix, 111-113.
3
Page 65.

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