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Full text of "Triennial Catalogue of the Mount Carroll Seminary for the Years Ending July 7, 1862"

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For the Years ending July 7th, 1862. 




Mt H NT < 'ARKOI. RROLL COUNTV 



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v|ll! UUtOU. 8BMINABT. 



H()AII I) OF INSTRUCTION. 



FRANCES A. WOOD SHIMER, j p^^^ 
riNDARELLA M. GREGORY, 

HENRY SHIMER, 
Pbof. WM. H. SILVERNAIL, 

L „ IJt , Oibi, and Gt.™ I «■ B " eUM '•••'" URE - 

Phop. J. S. MoREA, 

BxhuxOTji. CBWTOT, i» LK7IWM 0* X."W 

H. P. HO], MAX, 
CORNELIA SKINNER, 

cut, 

MARY HALL, 

MSO A7C0 lillTA*. 

PitoFi PHELPS, 

MARY E. WHITE, 

Mrs. F. A. WOOD SHIMER, 
Fi i, Maxaobi 

Mi HSHWILLER, (the pa 

Mrs. CAROLINE WORCH 









&E-1 N [ON ASSOCIATION 






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Dr. Wales 

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A. M. B 

IKBITAKT, 

Mrs. F. A. W. SHIMER, M ukoll. 



AN \ L RE-UN IOH PEST] V.\l„ 

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GRADUATES FOB 1862. 



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ma Man t 

'vry E. Whi 
\ Allison 



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.Morrison. 



MEMBERS OF THE REUNION ASSOCIATION 

INVITED TO PREPARE Y. FOR TI1K NEXT A L MEETING. 

Alli«oii. M«ry i: - • • M 

Bailey, Mr*. R. G - X[L Carroll 

Anna Mary .* ....... 

i«pbiB«...» » »»- .Rockfonl 

Fluwer, Anna T..~ .. ...» - tofr»<i. 

Groat, Minnie .. Centre Point, I 

"Nlathaway, iMary L*< » .,„.., Satwun 

HooW, Haul* ..„, /)*- A*/M. 

MoDcartnon, Lottie ......... . ,../.> 

lioffi ggfoD.. . Cherry G 

iatlieJ „., „ ..„. Mi, >otf. 

Rich .«,.. Cb«o, 

^ r > Mi* D , M r *. 






MUKUs INVITED TO DELIVER J 

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„, _ ••*' I*<- i\itt t Iowa. 

Flower, T. W. 

Hemwmwjr, L. I 

\ * ■" .-..Otava. 

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Darrovr, I & -« Jbdtf** 

Fuller, Nellie - "' 3"~»» "."#*** W»* 

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Happer, Jennie - bm 

Hooker, HuUie ' j^ e«irr 

Holman, Haiti* P.- — *" w$0w 

Houm', Joseph^- 

IngersoU, Jutta A v . Carr&W. 

Umnma, Maggie - ' " "" »<>, 

i M.—- * rfcrroU. 

ian, Emm* """* ,• 

Frohock, Roaeee B —» ' jft. Gpt*H. 

fceeeb, JoboH " ""*..*« •— /! ** Ji * m * 

Meredith, G*o« v ■- 





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-M«. Carroll. 

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rd, Untie A, Win. D. Kno 

Butler en, IimH*i 

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Parkor, Mart tin Parker... ....... Ptetitnt Yalta;. 

an Putarbaagli ti. 
Thomas Parker. 

i John Pag« ., ilToll, 

■:ni t Hftttk H„... Dr. l*mti. ....... k, 

*IMnni<?* ? Liit io A EUt, baa 

atom, Jennie 8 Tboaui Kan thorn 

1U Lydia K. .......... 

I f Addie-.. Franklin £ k. 

Rich, Sarah M .. R 

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Ilapp, AAI Jeswe ll»|ip ML Cam»lL 

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i, Li»ie Ktan 

Mary.. „Jolin Bandall. 

Bimi itev Michael 

Situ! JlaiiieK 

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mi1>„ ,„ Clark..., Mud 

Colohour, Willie H » ...... 

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v\ lahingtoti J jetton..™. Gelei 

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-•.ruction c»iitefa|.l- 
r an *4? mt^i «" ^ t 

♦lie*. • * * tm ^ |^ |^ B¥ | 

.nebw usually pur*a«d jb - 1 - "fiM,i.i 
Aeaaemiw, ud most of the itudiet pvmd in aw " mpT 

PRIMARY D 

Or 

ACADEMIC in.PAKTMKXT, 
F1R«T VEAE. 

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OPTIONAL OOUfiS*. 

riir* n -• vii-hiTi^ t»* purtUf rlii* regular Aoamjikj 

m in Arithi 
ber itudiM a* time want* 



FBBPABATION FOB COLLEOE. 

r ,K.h,„ I gentlemen wbo wi- -pur* t ,ing an 

permuted. In willed such 

ruches as b 

,VL Tr '\ -,• -. muted, on die completion of which a 
:y certificate will t* »* 

OEBMAN AND FRENCH, 

A fall coor« * ■« * od in * piiriU«A Claaaei 

lit fensed each term, •« i <l»* mil or aU. 

TEACHERS' COURSE- 

The English branches * iry awl ^ of tl mic 

»getb*r of "Paf< 

i Map-I>rawiftf. a: 

ig to (lie jivor 
iceiti and usefulness w nt may ?how. 

TUITION FREE. 

To aid in the elevation of the - i of the Comm -oolfl In 

itKipals pi ire T«' 

The %*t - 

> g to tra n rntt ai the 



may aj 



r * m ran will be careful to recomw* 

mi ea&didnUi of wmmpmtkmbU m*ral cAoroefer and of ywf -»&' ' tb * 












1.1 « ,lfl ' ' 

allure 

W- To pr< e of flood aiw ,i „ t 

bk penwn> good « ch . miW| %6t4 

8u\ To «ifn i lUod of their intention i A j 

,1 teaching. enl;on * U*m*h« to 

itli To board In the Institution, under the «**Ui 







GENEBAL KJFOKMATION. 



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fete* Bach Tr-n U will be bappj to 

iie 

fe tinee •) ,:i B0,t other in*! •. r . N 

!h the fact thai 

etrea> 

the appreciation in 

9% who would bee -me 

itioa wa# incorp 

vuow charge the ln«iiiuxion 

! numl*r in 

fimilar on» 



ifi ttrer. 
areata o 



<Iu« north* K** r ee of ttegct 

tee. Mormon, ai 
tad Trnrral The.*. 

hardly be evrpeeaed. 
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boarding a*eoaiao4a4io«a nqi •»*,« JiV- * *■ 

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- 



from tbi* lebool hate e&f» f od in 
tafr dooartauiii 
« •■ o yh t for 

titeWn. /It ii rrideiia tf iW n« 
toe*; -Wed aaanred 



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»tc bem in our 

mike tea 
ornaaaeaU to t he ] 



I reqoire thtm to 









ia*v re are manj who w -llj 

rapared, woaM be 
but who atv Mi able to Jcfnj the t\ ;<a- 
caoo oTag e t »e n t of each, *a i - 

idjir 

ic:n which hat opeae-3 **«* 

jrenclcaftCB the means «T pecwrsn^ a joom |>p»c* 

t haVe 
vltaj tbooewhoaredoainmiorBal 

hare not the mean* lo obtain an 

rtiah brmachre of the f 

^tcb quarter!; 

lhlM •«*»*, one Tear a i teres*. 

in tho Iajtitoiioa, 

it in oil 
temmtmdtd a« 0* abore, IM prmmaw 






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**• nrl Period -atyB- 

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frtr.nof amd • 



ratrafted to our charge aad ther r ntcra 

j*f**f£<W if fit rttf%tKr a, -a aajr aVparMaat. #/ * 

FktmaBT PirA*ta«rr*— la fak .lefartmeat papi 
tke im n>iia»ea£i of lie Ea*b*a laa*™**. ** 
eater apt* the Aeaocmk Civm The Ktaaeat ar? 

Jar taeat***. mad at the** are MlrTnl an I***. « »* 

higher -ladies foUov without limitation I ut ia regttlar fradatioa. 

Tat Cormit or Ijr*T*rrrim embrace* three jear* in I 
two yean in 

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two wet 

on on i 
>f real > - :* ^filiate atteatioti *il] 

e wan" *re ti 

If from ] 1 re** * j be in 

;he j> not be dpetd *a3<i 

titttiXG. p»1fl on 

, anil sit, thcr with the l 

trd ftirnihhei'l h* 1 off* i 

f tm« r r*»T>*"0'. 

meant if 
to kairableaadea 

time. 

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sbcbSnt' Jieiejeereg 

n« hill. 



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.« .r* made wiib ihe V 



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rhe kft ibr. 

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music in 5 



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SOL 

Tin: Fauci L The f nch i 

whom this lango? 

no- 

—The tin | 
mor year of the I 

iptt Parents nr, at I end, 

-.—There U & iomiihiiig 

will 

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work for texi-uooK. ro tAwm* t 
•K the Priori] 

v be needed, f. u^U- , 

and if in * Dy 



MM 



lection of roomi Tk^ 
ie of remaining in t - 



will be Im 
^cMionally by th w f w«* 

bec^ 

idiranccinom of ) 

nn-l * tu ' ui; etlin* a 

these branch* e u 1 

,,, iatjonkhv, btc — U^ ilaa ^_ , 

leach -1 pupila by a want of llr •>■ •"metim* * 

- for iexubook ; To olvUn* t | 

he paid by thou thWac^ 2 

will ask it. Pupils ai-c ndvi m ) fll 
books as they may already ha m * h **« ii 

ue. L * '"^^^p^u 

attainments, probal 

testimonials of or references far good n, 

ihc application. Pupils will be admitted at i 

.r, though the opening, i 
Jvoped all vho can pombt$ do SO, will comtnence 

he school year does, so early in the Beaton, tff< 
tuoitj for a large of youu. 

winter months, to t?iko a ^uurteVs tuition in i 
entering upon their duties as teaehei 

School Dieectobj. —Applications from Directors, and others wr 
teachers, often come to hand bo late that we are unable 

-a KaTinp all secured situations, &c. It is hop 

ohers we send out has become known and appreciated, that t! ok 

wanting teachers will make early application, thus enabling us to bet! 
both teachers and schools. 

Manual Latsor,— A few students, who may d^ire it. can be i 
dated with work of st remunerative prices, which * 

toward rag their expenses in School. 

PftlMTi in:.— A print inp-office. furnished with the 

and slock of material in the county, is owned by the Principal 
■hool, for the purpose of publishing ita Literary ] 
for two or three worthy young 



• men, h 



c,r i 

This offers empl 

«om. e with tbo printing bu n8bl,n ^„, . 

of an education without any whom ««^ h "". . 
hour,. There in now a maucy which the Prm«l gu »« « 

worthy young man sufficiently acquainted with (he beemeei 

foreman in the office. 

bautt.-A high atanderd i^^^jSnhip^ 
: ilniy : without », cneracw w ,_ ^ ^ impul 

be maintained- A pupil cam * *? fwiuieV 

hence it will not be allowed tare in mt» of absolute 



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how » 

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ifi'l th« 

inj who' 

», may be permitted to d amary H 






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ftnj articles of clothing* among ihe 
«*» Mm. 

tt arc not permitted to use campheBt, or inj cxploftiTo 

fll rf—fitic drpartnenU without permission from the 






Iu»tea<I of making out bill* by itenu, by which p*troa* are 

f actual exptaae*. v i*»c out on* 

ease- I in the 

•board, 
cho am 
booJ y» 
if prs i advar 

adva- 










y**r 



'■ink 









At the rata of > 1 1 ^ 

. i" 

Ml r fuel for )>. 
„, can hr- fun «wi 

To the tlaugln 

I in the fieri-. 

i and washing ho inclnti 

English Tuition^ Ji 

l„ che Primir 

In Ike A< J**g 

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1. 



..<nd «* ^*r... | 

« Colic ii ^W 

Incidental KxKn.es. J^» 

riiA Tcitiok \a charged in 

Ornamental Branch©*. TeaeL, *»* Luguam « r d 

ployed, with every facility for lhv ihw^T^,* u '«?" 
il of the pupil in Oia* J eptn J! gli tramm K' 



*&'! nptf « 



French, German and Greek, each ** i™ 

Laiin ' 

Music on the Piano. \Z ""*" ""•' 

" Melodeon .....,"! 

litar 



of instrument one hour per day. 
Class tn Vocal Musi, 









fainting in Oil, with use of patterns.. ,.Z ' 

Mezzotint Crayon, with aae of '""! 

Monochromatic and Drawing , ,""."*•' 

Hair Flowers rf 

Map Drawing , , , p 

Ornamental Needlework , „11! .1 ...*^ ;; oo~ 



Spring 






CALENDAB, 1882-03. 

OOl Vear — Fall Term — beging,, 

Fall Term enda ....' 

Re-Union Association, Annual Meeting 1 

nion Festival, Annual.. T:: . " 

Vacation /rem Dtcmkr 23, 1862, to January % 186S. 

Winter Term begins ■-..■ \ 

Examination commences Tuesday. U 

Ltnination ends Thtl 

Winter Term enda T A P" l2 » " 

Han from Thursday April 2, to Ttartdqt, Ap ^ 

,m 7er;^::::;::::::::ir::::::::rwSSS. j- ». 

»««, /rom J«M 18 (o J V"' ; C ' ** , .^ 

All eonmmnicUioM »«<****• *£ff^cS*2> 
to ilio Priucipnl.-, F. A. W. SHMM ft Q«MO«. - 1J " w " w *' *" 






iHV. 






KXAMINi OMMlTTEES,Ei 






Mi 

n ki, lb* 

man— it true pl» "■ lt 

„,,.! pbytio.1 hippl- 

dual 

sir© 
,gio, rh. elocution, 

ui with a knowtalg* of nwro'f moral nature, wb 
f m »n lo man, "»■» individual 



aTL'l till' 

, and 
I wb 



01 



at a liotj 

<L or t bor 

nf whii 

.i found at ioo 
of 

ing wl Jii 

.Id eh- thft1 ' 

. nod itiOT. 

I if we do not hold ■ ly 

r of iho examining committee waa able lo bo in 

blio 
hav \ n ~ 

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it the i nut ion at 

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i thai) 



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I in ike \> 

»*ke* bitu re* 

ind when' 

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stand 

V ■ . kaon * railed *•*■: ■* 

A — ,* then tnnounceoL and »lino*; «* 
*?* ,. iu - --* — ■ bound* * wm ^ 

oft kit coulee*!**, »ni ammfttJ 

LtWhm re few web nt tl 

sis bin wiih mor ...... 

rtbwe»tert • •«*< * f* 00 ' 1 "?. *~L!3 

. *j ( ■ ;,.. . Ileir , |, ( A mt n -f the be* M*Jic -eh' 

.hover* never* 

Ufeli, ear* a* *aj haee ee**ed lo exiat— 

.kick ike «n4er*ifn*4 »i*c< J*^ 1 * 11 * 

H.LR00OB, 

ftleof Kiam 

e«i of 
conu, »n are umW**. Th* 

* * nr tit < 

dent* and patronage of etc nr citiiea. Tke pupil* ihrongboi 
!i vert *t orderly an-I * * 

ton* of th 

ence ***• lB ** 

. :n it « are not anm* iLin^ included. In ft 

.cor io their Teacher*, the T honor to the 

aa bono 
com menu mtronft . 

ires toond morality and taper 

wh m*>it> 

1 

Om m imm . 




Your Commit 
beard. 
mil ' ■ 
iiiiinv Hatteriiiji 

ninstlon jiiHt 
| re have been ij>, r, h n 

than at the present 
eapablo of attract in ■ > 
hut ire believe rli, 
marked 
by your Committi 



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certainly, were rm 'cuiimze. fTb* la**.- 

foric and tall all the, kaow ^a" A, ' ^,"^« 
squeamishi ml to »r*tai 

womanhood a* the greal object of u •"t-ajenui 

to speak out In their p u bii ^ A **» f " l?:^ dl "f* 

worthy of high oommiadaUol tS ^ ** *° * ' "t^* ' 

We and bite off their ^ t±V L 

brijrclsc. There is litl ^ 



Mi.--- Civ-nij's depart i 
MlN- Shinier'}* cl; 
i lie subjects goh 



or 



My 



almttwledgeof thesubje ,.„";. 

Mutual _ elates , ;„.,,,,. 

' 'In g" il"; ordeal with crolii t- 

TIic examinatii 









fitiiag themseWe, to beeoine tadJ^Sd" s^ETuS 

warily exert in their sphere En forma baraeteri of oth 

"pouring the fresh instruction oyer the miml U aiiaclwd u- 

respoiwibiUty. Fortwately the pupils of this eUss are anient admijfof 
David I Page, than whom, no ma:. rer written store »^-ful informs- 

Uod concerning the government of schools, D school* by 

hu- teachers from thii ing certifies nalificni< 

Mrs. Shinier, can riot easily make a ha<l choice, 

Thia part of tlie hoiihl cherish with pride the Mi, Carroll Seminary 

and give it their united support. 






'.MUKjTEITER, J 
t\ B. ^MJTIf, i Ki 

JOHS WILSOX, i 

BLAKK, Ifc 

A, IfOgNtTTKK. 



BSq . 
IKLL 



From Hon. N. W, Bdwsi ^u|« rinlet>*t*nt of Public Io-tro tA 

The following \n an extract from s letter written bj N. W. Bdi 
Superintendent of Public Instruction, after his return from a fisit to um 
•ohool : lt 

"I concur iu I ho opinion expressed by the Trustees of the ML Currou 















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pott ,!^™l. 






j oui th are cw rh.it no 

I 

n ir imparts. We have ah. 
in tit*' country, and bi 

eutly worthy of patronage, and 
EnmendaXi* 
which ire nave any knowle 

niArily, nro 
reasonable and ju e so than al Mich Institution! generally/' 



a tbe Christian Times, Chicago. 

iholLvS Institution ent 

and has won i fl Schools of th- It was 

opened ii. en pupil*, and from th; ninp has 

grown to ihe rank - r> We rccormi iiir 

nds as wi*h ■ ihildren, to examine the 
(hi* one. 



From th<? Oi mty Mirror. 

iry. 
Our readere all know it to he 

been familiar with a larp* nin , tlic ndjoin- 

md the Eastern £ ind we we do know when we 

, ^ in train i sciplute, sound 
morals and all 

ipcriur to any we hn ^ical, scientific, 

literary ] that could he wished for. 




From tbe Mt Carroll Republics. 

' Aeeaxgemk r readers arc aware that an arrau 

mem has ktely been Consummated, putting th litution fully undrr 









itrol 

■ 

■r ©f redemption 
nroeuced iiupurUfii 
* inir arrau 
,„,- in 

of their scholarship. 









Tin ler <itir 

.how in Familin, ^ 

quite ilifliculi, in » brief repon "Ti ■ 

^sxtssr "** h ^ « riff 

On the pari of ■ >■.* teachers there wa* * n . -i 

tinctly apprehend and K?5Sj d < he p^n 

Commil do, but m sit i n (lt T| a,, 

slip over any error, simply been 

to aotic 
ike pupil could no! proceed until the error wj ^ 

loved. U»* consider this a ver !ftn i , 

.re to them the confidence of ■SirTS^ff 1 ;?! 
* the part of the pupils 
jnhedcmiro of their teacherf for *"■* 

My and genial rivalry, prompting to c «d^? * 

questions were sufficient to that thej 

otprmctpL ability to apply 

was, of course, a difference in individual r 
superior mental endowment, and others i 
or for h longer time; but the sw who did n 

having made a fair use of their privileges. We could mtntm 
who made m good recitations is we ever heard und< cum 

m invidious ami th 

^ under th«> charge at' Mrs F. A. W.i 
think they evinced \- uaF 

the noble work t«i which thej are looking forward. of tt 

already demonstrated their aptness lo 
' ami f f vn\ which cannot fail of success. w*« fael « hut; . 
'that the )>n physical strength of Ih 

of the eari id anxiety wit* 'a**- 

as to meet the responsibilities of their position iad merit theeontinu- 
I of (hat confidence which thsyhavi <1 h* * llC0 * remarkable 



red a 



. if ions 
have 



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Allll * y fl till,*.' 

h* in l ,l l 

ith ibc 

Jlttr 

f ^° unity ' 

exhibited 

in y Shlmcr imi 

, m ,i<;, urd tuina** 

# ;\;„ mill imlnu ebobire 

They WJilk with ? 
They ripliir wit, 






v :i' 






with ippftrem 

Sin 

J.!'" '* V the [Mill 

el 



.»flui1«flf thi 

ireful ii nd 
«e#f of th>- i 



(tiionts, 
I he 






tt. This, Hk« tin* 

tritium 

(1„. j, T minfttlon Wock. 

in Vtbw* 

\llUut Kj 



10 

the 



n l«jn-Nf« *^ Moral 

_, , * i i^ „ »* i«* iUa fim itv of Rxfttnininff Com* 

Them re<itie*ted to net lit trie vn\* I 

mitto M v, at III 

j deem an <• 
d iborei y AUydi lo the progrm ud uqulFOMB-i 

i 

lifferetn iti in Ihe facility with which dllfa 



in t 
II 



K vn that h ainerence m m« w»i«j ««« 

minds loqalrt the knowledge of * Unguifcff*, »nd this wm apparent m 



will) t\ 



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**I*n of «h, 0«, ^ fc|(i ^ 

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The 

tint v 

the 

tin ^ an 

much i 

den par 

in 



for v 



wilh t precision, j ><j bnL 



Tli 

■iir] doqbtl. •>•■•• 

w:inririj5 ji 

Tlic Qtir»rc all 

Tk< picked io noe tii* 

lTA aprb t«a# ibtir kirpt &ad 

I'vr e ilmn 

Tin* Instrumenijil j 

of » 

on Wmlnoadi 

i*ion would wuTtfit; and wit l * n , 

, lliej wmuM meniii»ft, wk» 

8 and ft of Ffcrt h™ 

Program u* 












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MitH'l high in 



Til. 



Ommifto, 












J 

aa (fro of an a ed want of inch & mediaai 

*. *' <»** been txndertaken 

W|f i-*nt the iiffiiml difiicak 

- task cr viiiic a> 

of student* of ever? 

THE OLD STIDKNI- 

WU 
general r 

Will conl ribuie o al article*, which will doubtleas instruct a .J J*. 



He Poca -eta ma may bo of iuter* 

it, a* well n mud teacher*. 



nsr. and *i t 
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Will contribute nn < nal an 3 

those of the old» who ai 

ii oio bo sugge>tivf to the 

v. thing will 1 rted « fl oral tendency or b the 

tOiphtc'l degree ma*. 

IT WILL BE VOID OF !, and ill eoatestad naimti la 

religion, r*™» » 

It will he the orpin of no political party, and entirely free from saca 
subjects only BO fur as they relate to the news of the day. 
Each number will bo pul or before the first of each month. 



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