Your search returned 15 results in 1 document section:
The Daily Dispatch: November 2, 1861., [Electronic resource], A clerical monster. (search)
Death of Professor Morrison. --We deeply regret to announce the death of Prof. Robt. J. Morrison, of typhoid fever. PProf. Robt. J. Morrison, of typhoid fever. Prof. Morrison died at Yorktown, where he was filling with signal efficiency the post of Captain of Ordnance. It is imposProf. Morrison died at Yorktown, where he was filling with signal efficiency the post of Captain of Ordnance. It is impossible in the brief limits of a notice like this to do justice to this remarkable man. His services in the college and the ca
e is that College more indebted than to the efforts of Prof. Morrison to collect funds for the purchase of apparatus, librar edifice after the burning of the old. We believe that Prof. Morrison suggested the celebration of the anniversary of the Co pect of every student, and of all who knew him.
Professor Morrison, who occupied a high position in the Masonic order, character.
At the commencement of the present war, Mr. Morrison was appointed Captain in the Quartermaster's Department isease in the prime of his noble and useful life.
Prof. Morrison married Miss Harrison, daughter of Archibald M. Harris