We were rolling in euphoria when an old friend from my Amherst, Massachusetts childhood telephoned with an invitation to visit her family cabin in New Hampshire.
Right now it reminds me of Ben and me on the Amherst playground as kids arguing who owns the ball and who owns the bat.
"Amherst, Massachusetts," Martha said.
It took me back to when we were kids, in Amherst and this knowing kind of trust and kinship we'd shared.
After graduating from Amherst in 1895 he studied law in an office at Northampton, Mass.
Storrs) of the orthodox Congregational church of Braintree in 1831-1833; professor of mental and moral philosophy at Amherst in 1835; and Bartlett professor of sacred rhetoric (1836-1847), and Abbot professor of Christian theology (1847-1881) at Andover.
AMHERST, a town and district in the Tenasserim division of Lower Burma.
Amherst has been eclipsed in prosperity by the latter city, and is now merely a bathing-place for Moulmein.
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Its faculties of theology - founded in 1841 at Newbury, Vt., as the Biblical Institute; in 1847-1867 in Concord, N.H.; and in 1867-1871 the Boston Theological Seminary - law, music, medicine, liberal arts and agriculture (at Amherst, in association with the Massachusetts Agricultural College), all antedate 1876.
It contains monuments of the Amherst family and a tablet to William Lambarde (d.
AMHERST, a village of Amherst township, Hampshire county, Massachusetts, U.S.A., in the central part of the state, about 7 m.
Two small rivers (Mill and Fort) flow through the township. Amherst is a quiet, pleasing, academic village of attractive homes.
It is noteworthy as the seat of Amherst College, one of the best known of the smaller colleges of the United States.
Amherst Academy (opened about 1814, chartered 1816), a co-educational school at which Mary Lyon, the founder of Mt.
At Amherst is also the MassachusettsAgricultural College (co-educational; 1867) and experiment station (1887).
Among the presidents of Amherst College have been in 1845-1854 and in 1876-1890 respectively - Edward Hitchcock, the famous geologist, and the Rev. Julius H.
Its name was given to it in honour of General Jeffrey Amherst (1717-1797).
During the Shays' Rebellion Amherst was a centre of disaffection and a rallying-point of the insurgents.
See William Seymour Tyler, A History of Amherst College (New York, 1896), and Carpenter and Morehouse, The History of the Town of Amherst (New York, 1896).
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AMHERST, the county town of Cumberland county, and port of entry in Novia Scotia, Canada, at the head of Chignecto Bay and on the Intercolonial railway, 138 m.
The whole is comprised in the districts of Toungoo and Thaton, part of the Karen-ni hills, with the Salween hill tract and the northern parts of Amherst, which form the northern portion of the Tenasserim administrative division.
It comprises the districts of Mergui and Tavoy and a part of Amherst, and includes also the Mergui Archipelago.
SILAS WRIGHT (1795-1847), American political leader, was born at Amherst, Mass., on the 24th of May 1795.
America as a brigadier-general in the Louisburg expedition under Amherst and Boscawen.
In 1760 he was with General Jeffrey Amherst (1717-1797) at the capture of Montreal.
Fernald's Catalogue of the Coccidae (Amherst, U.S.A., 1903).
He graduated at Amherst in 1839 and at the Harvard Divinity School in 1842.