Francis WaylandFrancis Wayland (March 11, 1796 – September 30, 1865), American Baptist educator and economist, was born in New York City, New York. He was president of Brown University and pastor of the First Baptist Church in America in Providence, Rhode Island. In Washington, D.C., Wayland Seminary was established in 1867, primarily to educate former slaves, and was named in his honor. (In 1899, Wayland Seminary merged with another school to become the current Virginia Union University, at Richmond, Virginia.) Provided by Wikipedia
Encouragements to religious effort : A sermon delivered at the request of the American Sunday School Union, May 25, 1830. .
The affairs of Rhode-Island : A discourse delivered in the meeting-house of the First Baptist church, Providence, May 22, 1842
Domestic slavery considered as a Scriptural institution: in a correspondence between the Rev. Richard Fuller of Beaufort, S. C., and the Rev. Francis Wayland, of Providence, R. I“...Wayland, Francis, 1796-1865....”
Annual report of the faculty of Brown University, to the corporation of that institution. Made, September 3, 1829. : Published by order of the corporation
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