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Rev. Thos. Bowman, A. M., President ex off. 

Rev. H. Gr. Dill 

Rev. John A. Gere 

Gen. R. Fleming, Secretary 

Maj. Chas. Low 

Col. H. Packer 

R. Paries, Esq. 

J. S. Crawford, M. D. 

Mr. H. Hartman 
Mr. Jno. Smith 
David Showers, Esq. 
Benj. Harvey, Esq. 
Chas. Goode Koons, Esq. 
Hon. James Irvin 
Hon. Geo. Crawford 
Mr. C. B. Bowman 
Mr. Thos. Wood 
Mr. M. Chamberlin 
Mr. John Webb 
Mr. Geo. Hartman 
Rev. J. W. Toner, 



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Williamsport 

Milton 

Williamsport 

Williamsport 

Williamsport 

Williamsport 

Williamsport 

W^illiamsport 

Williamsport 

Newberry 

Harveyville 

Union 

Bellefonte 

Clinton County 

Berwick 

Danville 

Milton 

Jersey Shore 

Salona 

Bellefonte 




VISITING COMMITTEE. 

nilLADELPniA CONFERENCE. 

Rev. G. R. Crooks. 
Rev. S. G. Hare. 

BALTIMORE CONFERENCE. 
Rev. Jno. Bowen. 

DICKINSON COLLEGE. 

Rev. Pres. J. T. Peck, D. D. 

Prof. C. E. Blumentiial. 



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BOARD OF INSTRUCTION. 



Rev. Thos. Bowman, A. M. 

Principal and Teacher of the Latin and Greek Languages. 

Rev. B. H. Crever, 

Teacher of the Experimental Sciences. 



IIev. J. W. Barrett, 



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Teacher of Mental and Moral Science. 
Chas. R. Zsciiiegner, 

Teacher of German, French, and Instrumental Music. 

J. Montanye Ctreen, M. D. 

Lecturer on Anatomy, Physiolocry, and llyn-ieno. 

Mrs. S. C. Crever, 

Precoptross. 

Miss C. E. Crever, 

Teacher in Primary Department, and Instructress In Puliiting, Drawing, 

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CATALOGUE OF DICKINSON SEMINARY. 



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ACADEMICAL DEPARTMENT. 



NAMES, 

Allen, Kobert 
Allen, Charles 
Bailey, John W. 
Beck, William B. 
Bradin, Andrew A. 
Burrows, Jno. B. 
Burrows, Robert B. 
Campbell, Alfred 
Crawford, Andrew 
"*" Coryell, Charles 
Dickinson, Peter T. 
Dill, Edwin G. 
Dill, Andrew H. 
Dill, William II. 
Drum, Martin S. 
Ewing, Henry 
Ellis, Charles C. 
Eslinger, Andrew 
Faries, Francis L. 
Fleming, Luke 
Fulkerson, Edmund 
Furst, C. G. 
(ilbson, Andrew 
(iihiH)iv, Jolin 
OraiVius, ApoUos W. 
Griffith, A. 
Hays, dailies (J. 
]Icp])urn, William 
Ilartiuaii, AV. 15. 
Ili^i^ins, E. V. V. 
Ili<rii;ins, AVilliam 
Hatch, llobert 
Hartman, L. L. 



MALES. 



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RESIDENCE. 

Lycoming County 

Lycoming County 

Jersey Shore 

Williamsport 

Williamsport 

Montoursville 

Montoursville 

Williamsport 

Muncy 

Williamsport 

Lock Haven 

Williamsport 

Williamsport 

Williamsport 

Trout Run 

Sunbury 

Williamsport 

W^illiamsport 

Williamsport 

Clinton County 

Tioga County 

Bald Eagle 

Lycoming County 

Williamsport 

Williamsport 

Warrior Mark 

Williamsport 

Williamsport 

AVilliam sport 

Williamsport 

Williamsport 

Pine Creek ^ 

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NAMES. 

Heylman, C. G-. 
Heylman, ]^. G-. 
Herr, Dani4l 
Huling, William B. 
Hyman, Sylvester 
Johnson, Milton B. 
Kalbfus, Charles H. 
Kinsey, Carroll 
Kirkbride, Andrew 
Kirkbride, John 
Leib, E. Trego 
Lloyd, Jos. P. 
Lloyd, William 
Ll6yd, Thomas 
Lloyd, John II. 
Laird, John S. 
Low, Charles W. 
Low, J. Norton 
Lyons, R. W. 
Martin, Montgomery 
Martin, Oliphant 
Martin, Thomas B. 
Mitchell, Ira C. 
M'Laughlin, Edwin 
M^Murry, Robert A. 
McAllister, John C 
]\rManus, W. P. 
Mellick, Wesley 
MuHsina, Jos. W. 
Mussina, Sylvester 
Moyer, Silas E. 
Oliver, (]. W. 
Patton, W. S. 
J^aulhamus, W. J. 
Pfouts, John S. 
Pollock, Thomas 
Rothrock, Jacob 
Raigucl, A. ('. 
Shaffer, Nathan 
Smith, E. A. 
Smith, II. B. 



RESIDENCE. 

Trout Run 
Trout Run 
Salona 
Williamsport 
Montoursville 
Williamsport 
Berwick 
Clintonville 
Williamsport 
Williamsport 
Aston ville 
^ Williamsport 
Williamsport 
Williamsport 
Williamsport 
Williamsport 
Centerville 
Williamsport 
Chestnut Grove 
Williamsport , 
Williamsport 
Williamsport 
Howard 
Bellefonte 
Montoursville 
Hunter's Fort 
Bellefonte 
Light Street 
AA^illiamsport 
Williamsport 
Berwick 
W^illiamtsport 
Williamsport 
Montoursville 
Jersey Sliore 
Williamsport 
Williamsport 
J aysburg 
J^erwick 
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NAMES. 

Smithy John 
Stevenson, George 
Stevenson, W. 
Sloan, John 
Strajer, George B. 
Strebeigh, T. J. 
Sumner, John 
Sum^ier, Alfred 
Showers, Alex. 
Stoltz, Michael 
Stewart, Charles 
Sweley, M. 
Vastine, Charles 
Vastine, Joseph 
Willard, Eugene 
Wilson, George L. 
Wilson, Henry 
Worts, David C. 
Wolf, William 
Wise, William 



Anthony, Emily 
Beck, Margaret J. 
Bennet, Mary "~^ 
]^urrows, Mary 
]3us8on, Anna M. 
Carscadcn, Sarali 

Caldwell, 3Iargaret 

( ^artwright, S. B. 

(^)vert, Jane A. 

(h-awford, Sarah jM. 

Crawford, Lovina 1*. 

Crawford, llutli A. 

(^uiimings, Harriet 

>'icld, Margaret J*. 

Field, Susan 

Fi(!l(l, iiouisa 

Fiy, l^:ilon 31. 

P'urst, Frances 



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RESIDENCE. 

Williamsport 

Williamsport 

Williamsport 

Williamsport 

Williamsport 

Williamsport 

Williamsport 

Williamsport 

Newberry 

Newberry 

Linden 

Montoursville 

Williamsport 

Williamsport ^ , 

Williamsport 

Salona 

Salona 

Sehn's Grove 

Williamsport 

Lycoming County 



Williamsport 

Williamsport 

Lycoming County 

Montoursville 

Williamsport 

Bald Eagle 

Covington 

Lycoming County 

Williamsport 

Williamsport 

Williamsport 

Williamsport 

AVilliamsport 

Williamsport 

Williamsport 

Williamsport 

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DICKINSON SEMINARY. 



NAMES. 

Gilmore, Sarah G. 
Gilmore, Elizabeth 
Green, Augusta 
Green, Helen M. 
Green, Irene 
Heisley, Kebecca 
Hepburn, Elizabeth 
Hiddleson, Mary M. 
Hildebrand, Mary 
Hulbert, Susan 
Huling, Eliza 
Johnson, Anna M. 
Kelton, Mary J. 
Keller, Elizabeth 
Kremer, Sarah J. 
Lloyd, Mary C. 
Longan, Elizabeth N. 
Low, Elizabeth K. 
Lyon, Rachel 
Manly, Rebecca 
Martin, Sarali 
M'Dowell, Elmira 
Packer, JVLiry 
Packer, Sarah B. 
Poland, Frances 
Pollock, Annie S. 
Quigley, Emily 
Recder, Angelinc 
Rix, Charlotte Ann 
Rothrock, Sarah 
Sloan, Margaret J. 
Stevenson, IMargaret 
Strayer, ^lary 
Strcbeigli, l^arbara J. 
Tallman, Rachel 
AVood, Jane C. 



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RESIDENCE. 

Williamsport 

Williamsport 

Williamsport 

Williamsport 

Williamsport 

Williamsport 

Williamsport 

Davison 

Huntingdon 

Covington 

Williamsport 

Bald Eagle 

Williamsport 

Mifflinville 

Williamsport 

Williamsport 

Williamsport 

Williamsport 

Williamsport 

Newberry 

Covington 

Williamsport 

Williamsport 

Williamsport 

Kingston 

Williamsport 

Bald EiKde 

Lycoming County 

Royalton, A^t. 

AV'illiamsport 

AV^illiaiiisport 

Newberry 

AVilliainsport 

AVilliamsport 

liycoming County 

AVilliamsport 





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NAMES. 

Allen, John 

Beck, Henry L. 

Beck, Newton 

Beck, Samuel M^C. 

Bowman, J. Durbin 

Bowman, Theodore Gr. 

Caldwell, Thomas H. 

Cramer, Jacob 

Crawford, C. Pitman 
- De Witt, Archibald M^ J 

Dill, Melville 

Duitch, Ephraim 

Faries, James 
^^ Faries, Robert H. 
^ Field, John 

Ilartman, John 

Hepburn, J. M'M. 

Kelton, J. D. 

Lawrence, Edward 

Lyon, Hiram A. 

Martin, Albert 
Martin, Homer 
Oliver, Samuel L. 
Packer, Albert 
Packer, Boyd C. 
J?acker, George 
Siiiitli, John S. 
Smith, n. Clay 
Stctzel, Jacob 
Stevenson, Mannino- 
Thomas, John B. 
AV'oodward, John W. 



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]k'ck, Emma 



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RESIDENCE. 

Williamsport 
Williamsport 
Williamsport 
Williamsport^ 
Williamsport 
Williamsport 
__ Williamsport 
Williamsport 
Williamsport 
Williamsport 
Williamsport 
Williamsport 
Williamsport 
Williamsport 
Williamsport 
Williamsport 
Williamsport 
Williamsport 
' Williamsport 
Williamsport 
Williamsport 
Williamsport 
Williamsport 
Williamsport 
Williamsport 
Williamsport 
Williamsport 
Williamsport 
Williamsport 
Williamsport 
Lycoming County 
Williamsport 



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Williamsport 



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NAMES. 

Basset, Julia 
Bowman, Julia 
Clark, Lydia 
Covert, Amanda 
Dill, Emily 
Ellis, Elizabeth R. 
Ellis, Mary E. 
Field, Ruzilla 
Fleming, Clara 
Fleming, Ellen, 
Fry, Susan 
Graffius, Mary — r 
Green, Hannah T. 
Hartman, Julia A. 
Hepburn, Frances 
Hilliard, Mary 
Kepler, Anna E. 
Laird, Susanna M. 
Lyon, Mary A. 
Martin, Adaline 
McDowell, Celinda 
Oliver, Annie S. 
Smith, Laura 
Strebeigh, Lydia C. 
Trego, Mary H. 
Ulmcr, Martha S. 
Vastine, Hannah 
Yastine, Sarah 






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Females, 
Primary Department — Males, 

Females, 



RESIDENCE. 

Troy 

Town Hill 

Williamsport 

Williamsport 

Williamsport 

Williamsport 

Williamsport 

Williamsport 

Williamsport 

Williamsport 

York 

Williamsport \ 

Williamsport 

Williamsport 

Lycoming County 

Williamsport 

Milton 

Williamsport 

Williamsport 

Williamsport 

Williamsport 

Williamsport 

AV^illiamsport 

Williamsport 

Astonville 

AVilliamsport 

Williamsport 

Williamsport 



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MISCELLANEOUS INFORMATION. 



FIRST TERM. 



SECOND TERM. 



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The Institution was opened in September, 1848, under the patronage 
of the Baltimore and Philadelphia Conferences of the M. E. Church. 
Its success has far surpassed the most sanguine anticipations of its friends. 
Situated in one of the most beautiful and picturesque valleys of the Sus- 
quehanna, its location— for health, beauty of scenery, and convenient 
access by coaches and canal packets— is unsurpassed; and the faeries 
afforded for thorough instruction are such, that its claims can be p/Sented 
with confidence to the patrons of learning. 






COURSE OF STUDY. 

This embraces a period of three years, and is designed to qualify stu- 
dents for teaching in any High School or Academy— for any department 
of business, or for admission to any College. 



FIRST TERM. 

Arithmetic, 
English Grammar, 
3Io(lcrn Geography, 
History of the U. S. 
Ancient Geography, 



FIllST 


YEAR. 






SECOND TERM. 


Davies. 


Arithmetic, 


(Continued.) 


Bullion. 


Algebra, 


Davies. 


Morse. 


Natural History, 


Smellie. 


Goodrich. 


History of England, 


Goodrich. 


Mitchell. 


Latin Grammar, 


M'Clintock & 
Crooks. 



SECOND YEAil. 



Geometry, 

Natural Pliilosopliy, 

G(niora,l Histoiy. 

Asti'onoiiiv, 
l^locutioii, 

J^atin Graiiniiar, 
(J reek (jrammar. 



Davies. 
fJolniston. 

^Fattison. 
(^ildwell. 
3r(nint()ck & 
(^rooks. 



-Davies. 
Cutter. 



Plane and Splierical 

Trigonometry, 
I^hysiology, 

Mental Philosophy, Upham. 
J>0()k-keeping, IVeston. 

Chissical Antiquities, Salkeld. 
(-€sar, Anthon. 

Greek Grammar, M'Clintock & 

Crooks. 



THIRD YEAK. 



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Civil Engineering, 
Botany, 



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Mineralogy, Dana. 

Geology, Hitchcock. 

Constitution of U. S. Eayard. 
Political Economy, Wayland. 
Cicero's Orations, 
Xenophon's Ana- 
basis, 



Anthon. 



Owen. 



]Moral Philosophy, Wayland. 

I^ogic, Whately. 

Ilhetoric, Whately. 

ChemistVy, Johnston. 

Ev. of Christianity, Paley. 

Virgil, Anthon. 

Greek (2d Book), M^^Hntock & 

Crooks. 

Exercises in Composition, Beading, Orthography, Declamation, and 
Penmanship, continued throughout the course. 

Those who wish to pursue the Classics furtlier than is contemplated in 
the above course, can use any approved text-books; and those who prefer 
it, may substitute the French and German for the Latin and Greek. 

Lectures on the several branches of Natural Science will be delivered 
at regular and stated periods. 

Vocal Music— Instruction in this science will be given to the entire 
school, by a competent teacher, at regular periods. 

A Normal Class will be formed (if required), and special attention 
will be given to those who may wish to prepare themselves for the im- 
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AcADE:\ITC DErARTMENT 



Extra . 



Beading, Writi.ig, and Orthography, $2 50 
Elementary Arithmetic, Geography, 

History, and Drawing, 
Common English, 
Higher Englisli, with Lectures, 
Latin and ({reek, 

German, French, Drawing, and Paint- 
ing' each V 

Instruction on Piano QM) lessons). 
Use! of Piano, 

For AVarming and Cleaning Duilding, 
I^-inting lU'port, c^'c, per Term, 
N. H. Tuition and contingent charge invariably in advance. 

^^ APPARATUS. 

Hie Listitution is furnished with a superior collection of apparatus, 
together with full sets of maps and charts, thus affording every ixupiisite 



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facility for illustration and experiment in Astronomy^ Philosophy, Che- 
mistry, Anatomy, and Physiology. 

ACCOMMODATIONS. 

A large and commodious building will be speedily erected, designed to 
accommodate students from abroad. Rooms and boarding can now be 
obtained in private families, with every necessary convenience, at the 
following prices : — 

Board and Lodging, with privilege of a common fire, $1 75 
Board, Lodging, lights and fire in private room, 2 00 

Washing (per month), 1 00 

Every boarding-house is subject to the visitation of the teachers, and 
those having charge of the same are required to report, on inquiry, every 
instance of violation of rule. 

ADMISSION. 

Application for admission must be made to the Principal, at his ofl&ce 
in the Seminary building. No person will be admitted to the Academic 
Department who will not pledge himself to observe all the rules and 
regulations of the Institution. Every student will be considered a mem- 
ber of the school until the Principal shall be notified of his intention to 
leave. 

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LIBRARY. 

The nucleus of a library has been formed, which alread^^ embraces 
many of the most valuable works in the English language. To this, con- 
stant additions are making; and every student, for a trifling fee, can have 
access to a rich and entertaining fund of information. 







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CALENDAR. 



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The Academical year is divided into two Terms of two Quarters each, 
commencing as follows : — 

First Quarter, Sept. 5, 1849. Third Quarter, Feb. 4, 1850. 

Second Quarter, Nov. 19, 1849. Fourth Quarter, April 18, 1850. 

The year closes July 4, 1850. 
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EXAMINATIONS. 

There will be a public examination at the end of each Term, at which 
every student is required to be present, and at the close of the year a 
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GENERAL REMARKS. 

It is earnestly recommended to parents and guardians to conform as 
far as possible to the preceding arrangement and classification of studies, 
by having their children or wards in attendance at the commencement of 
the Terms. The classes will then be formed, and those entering at that 
tune will enjoy advantages which they cannot subsequently acquire. 

It IS required of those living at a distance to entrust the management 
of funds to some resident Patron, and satisfy no bills unless contracted 
by his order. Such a course will shield the parent from unnecessary 
expense, promote the best interests of the student, and remove every 
power of injury from the avaricious and unprincipled. 

A regular merit-roll will be kept, and monthly reports of advancement 
and deportment forwarded to parents and guardians. 



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DISCIPLINE. 

The discipline is mild but firm, calculated to promote intellectual ad- 
vancement and improve the heart. Every encouragement will be afforded 
to the studious and well disposed, but the indolent and unprincipled can 
find no rcsting-])laee within tlie pale of the Institution. 

RELIGIOUS SERVICE. 

Every student is re(juired to attend the religious exercises at the open- 
ing and close of school each day, as well as public worship twice every 
Sabbatli, at such place as parents or guardians may designate. 



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BY-LAWS.. 



1. The hours of study shall be as follows :- 

Winter Term- I f| ^'' %\ ^\ ^ ^^ 

9 A. lAl. to 1-2 M. 



1 P. lAF. to 5. 
7 P. M. to !). 

Summer Term- ' ^ *? \,\ ^^- , ,, ^ P. M. to (>. 

I 9 A. ]\I. to 12 M. 8 1\ M. to 9. 

2. During the hours of study, the students shall not be unnecessarily 
absent from their rooms. 

3. At the time appointed to attend prayer, recitation, lecture, or otlier 
exercise^, each student shall repair qm'ct/^ and ^^rompt/j/ to the place de- 
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4. At no time sliall any student be allowed to indulge in jumping 
hallooing, or any (^tlier unnecessary noise; or in the use of tohacco, in 
the Seminary building. 

f). The students shall not be absent from their rooms at night after 7 
o'clock, during the Winter Term, or after 8 o'clock during the Summer 
Term; nor shall they, at any time, attend parties or mixed assemblies, 
without permission from one of the Teachers; nor shall they at any time 
visit the taverns, eating-houses, or other places of public resort^ or on any 
occasion indulge in the use of intoxicating liquors. 

6. All profane and indecent language, playing at games of chance, 
injuring the property of the Institution or of the citizens, quarreling, 
li<ditin<», or the carryin,'; of lire-arms or other dangerous weapons, is 

strictly forbidden. \ 

7. No student shall leave the limits of the town for a longer time than 

one hour, without permission. 

S. Each student shall be held strictly accountable for any injury done 
to his or her desk; or for any other damage he or she may cause to the 
Seminary property. 

1). No lady shall at any time receive calls from gentlemen at her own 
room. Visits, if received at all, nmst be received in the parlors at the 
boar(liii!,-]ious(-^ < C the, lailies, tmd there, not during the hours of stud//, 
or at Uii!<('(<'sr»io]j/(' hours. 

10. All tlie students Vv-ill be requinnl to attend puldic worship twice 
on each SalVoath, at such place tis they or their guardians may prefer. 

11. Cleanliness of person and decency of apparel, and a gentlemanly 
;;,iid la<ly-like deportment, nnist ])e observed by all. 

}'2. Any olfending student may be imnished, according to the nature 
uf the otlenee, by private or pvdjlic reproof, suspension, dismission, or 

{\\|)n]sion. 

1:;. Any temporary prudential regulation for the government of the 

Ivhnnl that the teachers may see lit to adopt, shall ])e equally Innding 

with tliese IW-laws. ^. 

N. I>. The 1^-ustees earnestly and aflectiouately rerjuest and urge pa- ^^ 

rents, iiaianlians, and those having students as boanh'rs, to a,id thiMii in ^, 

{ the ("ntnivcnHUt of the above rules. Th(i suee(\<s of the school and the . 



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