Seat for the Muses - NO TITLE

March 1770

“The situation of the College is remarkably airy, healthful and pleasant, being the summit of a hill pretty easy of ascent, and commanding a prospect of the town of Providence below, of the Narragansett Bay, and the islands, and of an extensive country, variegated with hills and dales, woods and plains….Surely, this spot was made for a seat for the Muses.”

–Reverend Morgan Edwards