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Thomas Wentworth Higginson, Harvard Memorial Biographies, 1859. (search)
ng a student, he was desirous of possessing a regular collegiate education, and in a short time he prepared for and entered Trinity College. But he was not yet content. The reputation of Harvard had a charm for him, and after two years he left Trinity and came to Cambridge, in the fall of 1856. He had been so hurried in his first fitting for college, that he deemed it better to lose a year, rather than enter the class corresponding to his class at Trinity, and therefore entered as SophomoreTrinity, and therefore entered as Sophomore in the Class of 1859. Vincent was a man of mark in his Class and in the College. His personal appearance was in his favor. There was not a student, from Senior to Sophomore, who did not on first meeting him seek to learn who he was. Physically he seemed fully developed. Of rather above medium height, he had a well-formed and powerful frame, and his face was remarkably striking and handsome. He looked many years older than he really was, and in every respect his mind corresponded to his bo