James Manning (October 22, 1738 – July 29, 1791) was an American Baptist minister, educator and legislator from Providence, Rhode Island best known for being the first president of Brown University and one of its most involved founders. He was born in Elizabethtown, New Jersey. At the age of 18, he attended the Hopewell Academy in Hopewell, New Jersey under the direction of Reverend Isaac Eaton in preparation for his religious studies. In 1762, he graduated from the College of New Jersey, which would later become Princeton University. At Princeton, Manning studied under president Samuel Finley who served under a board of trustees that declared, "Our idea is to send into the World good Scholars and useful members of Society." One of the 130 graduates Finley sent out during his five-year pre

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  • James Manning (October 22, 1738 – July 29, 1791) was an American Baptist minister, educator and legislator from Providence, Rhode Island best known for being the first president of Brown University and one of its most involved founders. He was born in Elizabethtown, New Jersey. At the age of 18, he attended the Hopewell Academy in Hopewell, New Jersey under the direction of Reverend Isaac Eaton in preparation for his religious studies. In 1762, he graduated from the College of New Jersey, which would later become Princeton University. At Princeton, Manning studied under president Samuel Finley who served under a board of trustees that declared, "Our idea is to send into the World good Scholars and useful members of Society." One of the 130 graduates Finley sent out during his five-year presidency was, notably, the Rev. James Manning. He married Margaret Stites in the year of his graduation from Princeton and a few weeks after the marriage he was publicly ordained by the Scotch Plains, New Jersey Baptist Church. (en)
  • Nació el 22 de octubre de 1738. Era un ministro y educador estadounidense proveniente de Rhode Island. En el año 1762 se graduó de la Universidad de Nueva Jersey, la cual se convirtió más adelante en la Universidad de Princeton. Fue uno de los fundadores de la Universidad de Rhode Island, (ahora Brown University) y fue su primer presidente de 1765 a 1791. Fue un delegado para Rhode Island en el consejo continental de 1786. Murió el 29 de julio de 1791. (es)
  • James Manning (* 22. Oktober 1738 in Elizabethtown, New Jersey; † 29. Juli 1791 in Providence, Rhode Island) war ein US-amerikanischer Pastor der Baptistenkirche und Delegierter zum Kontinentalkongress. (de)
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  • Nació el 22 de octubre de 1738. Era un ministro y educador estadounidense proveniente de Rhode Island. En el año 1762 se graduó de la Universidad de Nueva Jersey, la cual se convirtió más adelante en la Universidad de Princeton. Fue uno de los fundadores de la Universidad de Rhode Island, (ahora Brown University) y fue su primer presidente de 1765 a 1791. Fue un delegado para Rhode Island en el consejo continental de 1786. Murió el 29 de julio de 1791. (es)
  • James Manning (* 22. Oktober 1738 in Elizabethtown, New Jersey; † 29. Juli 1791 in Providence, Rhode Island) war ein US-amerikanischer Pastor der Baptistenkirche und Delegierter zum Kontinentalkongress. (de)
  • James Manning (October 22, 1738 – July 29, 1791) was an American Baptist minister, educator and legislator from Providence, Rhode Island best known for being the first president of Brown University and one of its most involved founders. He was born in Elizabethtown, New Jersey. At the age of 18, he attended the Hopewell Academy in Hopewell, New Jersey under the direction of Reverend Isaac Eaton in preparation for his religious studies. In 1762, he graduated from the College of New Jersey, which would later become Princeton University. At Princeton, Manning studied under president Samuel Finley who served under a board of trustees that declared, "Our idea is to send into the World good Scholars and useful members of Society." One of the 130 graduates Finley sent out during his five-year pre (en)
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