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Diary, 1843-1852, of James Hadley, tutor and professor of Greek in Yale College, 1845-1872

Title

Diary, 1843-1852, of James Hadley, tutor and professor of Greek in Yale College, 1845-1872

Description

Hadley (Class of 1842) had been a tutor of Greek at Yale from 1845-1848. In 1848 he was made assistant professor, and succeeded Woolsey as professor of Greek when Woolsey became president of Yale College in 1851. He was well versed in Latin and several European languages, was active in the American Oriental Society, and was a contributor to Webster’s Dictionary. His popular Yale lectures on Roman law were published posthumously.

Publisher

New Haven: Yale University Press

Date

1951

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Language

Identifier

Yca 842 H1, frontispiece & t.p.

Citation

James Hadley (1821-1872), “Diary, 1843-1852, of James Hadley, tutor and professor of Greek in Yale College, 1845-1872,” Online Exhibits@Yale, accessed May 25, 2018, http://exhibits.library.yale.edu/document/10855.

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