Trenton

The place where the young men study now is, in contempt, called the college. It is a log-house, about twenty feet long, and nearly as many broad; and to me it seems to resemble the school of the old prophets. From this despised place, seven or eight worthy ministers of Jesus have recently been sent out; more are almost ready to be sent; and a foundation is now being laid for the instruction of many others. It is now increased to a large college, now being erected in the New Jerseys. The devil will certainly rage against them; but the work, I am persuaded, is of God, and will not come to nought.