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abandon the college however now that he had become interested in it. The faculty [[sent?]] him abroad and [[resume?]] his life. His [[?]] now was one of great pleasure & profit. When this Institution was [[?]] he was written to to express his opinion of what it should be and was then asked to take charge of it. He left Princeton with very great reluctance & [[many?]] misgivings to enter upon duties which have been arduous and not of the same interest as those which inspired him in the classic halls of Princeton. This outlay Father has promised to fill up.  [[end page]]

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