Excerpt from Select Practical Writings, Vol. 1
After he had completed a six years' course, Dickson was found so well qualified for the duties of an in structor, that he was appointed Professor of Philo sophy in the University of Glasgow. In this import ant charge, he was eminently successful in training the youths not only in learning, but sound religious principles. Having continued in the professorship for eight years, he was appointed Minister of Irvine, in the year 1618, when he had reached the mature age of thirty-five.
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