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William Staughton|thumb|alt=Photograph of James Peale's portrait of William Staughton. Courtesy of the University Archives, The George Washington University
William Staughton (January 4, 1770 – December 12, 1829) was a Baptist clergyman, educator, and music composer. He was also a Chaplain of the United States Senate and the first President of Columbian College from 1821-1827, which is the original name and oldest division (1821) of The George Washington University.Guide to the William Staughton Collection, 1795-1964, Special Collections Research Center, Estelle and Melvin Gelman Library, The George Washington University

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Uniform title: Correspondence. Selections
by Plain Truth
Philadelphia : Printed for the author, 1818
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Uniform title: Complete body of practical and doctrinal divinity
by Gill, John, 1697-1771
Philadelphia : Printed for Delaplaine and Hellings by B. Graves, 1810
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