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2 Profs. Sidney Willard and Henry Ware, Jr., and the Rev, E. S. Gannett, all Unitarians, were among the vice-presidents chosen; but all were removed at the first meeting of the Union, except Prof. Willard, whose presence made it awkward to get rid of him too (Lib. 5.11, 17, 19). This was baseness itself, considering the Union's virtual appropriation subsequently of the constitution of the Cambridge A. S. Society (which see in Muzzey's “Reminiscences,” pp. 294, 295). Channing's name, proposed as ‘friendly’ to the nominating committee, was not reported back (Lib. 5.19).
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