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Of so much importance was it
deemed to the A.S. cause to gain
over the Theol. Sem. to it, that the
most gifted and effective men
were sent there. Under such influ
ences, is it to be wondered at, that
in a school of 135 students, a large
portion of them of [?] [?]
of earnest Christians character, desir-
ing to know their duty and how
best to perform it, their ardent
[manners?] should have been as tinder
to the spark, and kindled into a
glowing flame of enthusiasm?
Would it not have been more
wonderful if they had not been?

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