Excerpt from The Greek Letter Societies in Princeton College: Report of Committee and Arguments of Hugh L. Cole, Esq. And of Jonathan Edgar, Esq., On Behalf of the Princeton College Alumni Association, of the City of New York, Before the Trustees of the College, at Princeton N. J., On the 22nd Day of December, 1875
I do not propose to consume the time of your Honorable Body with any apology for our appearance here, or for the action of the Association in Obedience to whose behest we come. The Alumni of the city of New York take it for granted that you will be glad to consult with your younger brothers concerning the things which appertain to the welfare of our common mother. It is our solicitude for that welfare, and that alone, which has induced our Association to send us here, and us to leave the avocations of our busy lives to come.
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