Rev Dr. T. S. Doolittle obit
BKUNSWICK. N. J.: WED!NESI>AY EVENING, APR. 19, ig93. A (PAINFUL shock to this community, a gr^at lofis to Btftgers College, to the capsO of education and to the progress of Christian worte, is the death of Rev. Dr. IT. S. Doolittle, who *as suddenly called away this morning after an illness of less than twenty-four hours. He •vras an able scholar, an earnest -worker in the college and church and a high sooted dhristian gentleman who was held in the highest esteem all over the wide circle where he was known and hie influence felt through his useful teachings^ his bright example and his able writings. He was a man whose absence will be mourned sincerely-aa that of one who gave his life to useful-" ness to the world and his'love to his fellow man.