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LONG, Clement, theologian, born in Hopkinton, New Hampshire, 1 December, 1806; died in Hanover, New Hampshire, 14 October, 1861. He was graduated at Dartmouth in 1828, studied at Andover seminary in 1831-'3, and was ordained to the Presbyterian ministry in Ohio in 1836. He was professor of philosophy in Western Reserve college from 1834 till 1844, and of theology from the latter year till 1852. He was then called to the chair of theology at Auburn theological seminary, where he remained until 1854. He was also lecturer on intellectual philosophy and political economy at Dartmouth in 1851-'2, and was professor of the same from 1854 until his death, also lecturing on moral and mental philosophy at Western Reserve in 1860-'61. He received the degree of D. D. from Dartmouth in 1849, and that of LL.D. from Western Reserve in 1860. He was a contributor to the "Bibliotheca Sacra."
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