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"In the whole history of the institution," says the Hartford Times, the affairs of Trinity College were never in better condition than now. There is an increased number of students, the corps of instructors has been considerably enlarged, and the new president, Dr. George Williamson Smith, has proved himself to be a man of affairs, a thoroughly efficient executive officer, in every way acceptable to the trustees and the best friends of the college, unboundedly popular with the students and influential with prominent people in New York, Philadelphia and other cities, who can and will favor and help the institution. This favorable condition of affairs has effected a work which has sadly been wanting in past years-it has won the alumni to take amimmediate, active, working interest in the college."

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