and to dispose the one to virtue while he is storing the other with
knowledge, is another advantage which the student enjoys momentous
in itself and enhancing in a great degree
to the importance of his
collegiate life. To him is offered the blessed opportunity of hearing
the holy word of life answered in all it glory, of having all its
wonders displayed and all its divine precepts explained and [exposed?].
To him is made the rich offer of salvation, of that precious balm
which never fails to heal the aggravated sonds of fallen man.
By hearing the superiour chamres of virtue over those of vice set forth
in the voice of truth from the sacred [?], and by observing the nobler
pleasure it gives to those who stray not from the path of recti-
tude, his heart is engaged on the side of religion and becomes fortifi
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