James R. Boise was a tutor at Brown for three years, then was adjunct professor of Greek from 1843 to 1845, and professor of the Greek language and literature from 1845 to 1850.Boise, James R.
Two sons of Nicholas Brown 1786 attended, Nicholas Brown 1811, United States Consul in Italy from 1845 to 1853, and John Carter Brown 1816, donor of the funds for the library building which is now Robinson Hall, and founder of the collection of Americana which constitutes the John Carter Brown Library.Brown family
Robinson P. Dunn would have entered Princeton Theological School in the fall of 1845, but remained at Brown because of the delay of Jewett’s return from Europe.Dunn, Robinson P.
Robinson P. Dunn did not lose any time, however, as he began the studies of his theological course, keeping up with his class and receiving weekly bulletins from his collegemate William F. Hansell 1845, who was taking the course.Dunn, Robinson P.
In 1845-46 he added recitations in history for the senior class, and in the second term of 1847-48 "read lectures on American history to the senior class."History
Returning in 1845, having bought seven thousand books in French, German, and Italian, and visited the principal libraries of Europe, Charles C. Jewett took up his duties as librarian and professor of modern languages.Jewett, Charles C.
He enlisted the aid of Henry Stevens "of Vermont," a recent Yale graduate and law student, who was willing to travel to Europe in 1845 to buy rare books for Brown and other clients.John Carter Brown Library
Judson, now living in Maulmein, began work on a Burmese-English dictionary, which he interrupted in 1845 in order to take his wife on a trip to the United States for her health.Judson, Adoniram
After a succession of schoolmasters, many of whom served for only a year or two, in 1845 Henry S. Frieze 1841 and Merrick Lyon 1841 joined in the operation of the school.University Grammar School
Among the writings which made Wheaton famous were "Elements of International Law," published in 1836, "Enquiry into the Validity of the British Claim to a Right of Visitation and Search of American Vessels Suspected to be Engaged in the African Slave Trade" in 1842, and "History of the Law of Nations in Europe and America, from the Earliest Times to the Treaty of Washington" (a work which was first written in French for a competition of the French Institute, in which it won honorable mention) in 1845.Wheaton, Henry