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Treasury yields us an average of $1000 annually; tuition fees and rents, amounting to about $5000 annually; bonds in the Western Union Telegraph Company, and the railroad between Pittsburgh and Cleveland, bequeathed by the late
Biography of Rev. David Smith of the A. M. E. Church : being a complete history, embracing over sixty years' labor in the advancement of the redeemer's kingdom on Earth : including "The history of the origin and development of Wilberforce University
As a licensed preacher I had no tuition fees to pay at college; but my board, in the home of the president and his wife, was costing me four dollars a week, and this was the limit of my expenses, as I did my own laundry-work.