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SIXTH ANNUAL 



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Rev. T. Bowman, D. D. Pres't ^-^r 
Gen. R. Fleming, Secretary, 
Hon. John Smith, Treasurer, 
Robert Faries, Esq., 
Maj. Charles Low, 
J. S. Crawford, M. D., 
J. F. Cowan, 
A. Updegraff, 

David Showers, Esq., ^_ 

M. Chamberlin, 
C. B. Bowman, 
Maj. L. G. Huling, 
Hon. a. S. Wilson, 
M. W. Jackson, 
Hon. a. Woodward, 
Rev. John Tonner, 
George Slate, 
P. Dickinson, Esq., 
Rev. John Foley, 
Rev. T. B. Sargent, 
Rev. J. Stine, 



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Rev. G. Orem. 

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Hon. John Saiitii, 'J'reasurer, 

Robert Faiiiks, Escj., 

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J. S. Crawford, IM. D., 

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Rev. John Tonxi;!:, 
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Rev. THOMAS BOWMAN, D. D. Principal. 

MORAL SCIENCE AND BELLES LETTRES. 

J. W. FERREE, 

MATHEMATICS. 



CHARLES R. ZSCHIEGNER. 

LATIN, GREEK, GERMAN AND FRENCH. 



NATURAL SCIENCE. 

E.^A. SMITH, 

COMMON ENGLISH. 



J. M. GREEN, M. D., 

LECTURER ON ANATOMY, PHYSIOLOGY AND HYGIENE. 

J. M. McMiNN, 

LECTURER ON GEOLOGY, MINERALOGY AND BOTANY. 

Miss H. CALISTA CLARKE, 

PRECEPTRESS AND TEACHER OF THE ORNAMENTAL BRANCHES. 

Mrs. ELIZA W. McDOWELL, 

ASSISTANT IN THE FEMALE DEPARTMENT. 



INSTRUMENTAL MUSIC 



J. I. McCOY, Esq., 

STEWARD. 

* Instruction in these Departments given at present by 
other members of the Board. They will soon be reguhrly filled 
by competent Instructors. 



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SECTION A. 



NAMES. 



DEPORTMENT. 



RESIDENCE. 



Clarke, Marvin E. 
Else, Benjamin B. 
Gebhart, David. 
John, David C. 
McDowell, William R. 
Pursell, Benjamin J. 

Goodlander, Jane. 
Green, Mary A. 
McCord, Mary. 
Riddle, Mary E. 
Smith, Mary M. 
Yocum, Margaret. 



Brown, John W. 
Ferguson, William G. 
McCormick, Charles S. . 
Metzger, John. 
Mitchell, Emery F. 
Shuler, C. C. 
Snyder, Eugene. 
Tanyhill, G. Lane. 
Wilson, James T. 

Crawford, Lovina P. 
Field, Margaret P. 
Low, M. Frances. 
Melliek, Sarah E. 
Wiley, Lizze B. 

The division into Classes and Sections, indicates the grade of 
Scholarship: the figures the general deportment— "^heing the high- 
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Water ville. 


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Salona. 


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Williamsport. 


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Cattawissa. 


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Jersey Shore. 


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Milton. 


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Williamsport. 


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Lewistown. 


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; Newton Hamilton. 


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Clintonville. 


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NAMES. 



DEPORTMENT. 



Bowman, Edmund J. 
Brown, John F. 
Cottrell, Edward C. 
Drum, Martin S. 
Fredericks, M. S. 
Fulmer, Jesse H. 
Gilmore, John C. 
McMurry, Robert. — 
Meek, J. M. D. 
Peterman, Henry V. 
Weitzel, Paul. 

Allen, Margaret E. 
Chamberlain, Lizzie J. 
Crawford, Ruth A. 
Fertig, Amelia. 
Garrison, Mary. 
Low, Maria E. 
Price, Etta P. 
Strebiegh, Lydia C. 
Tanyhill, M. Ellen 



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Bonham, Horace 
Bright, Edward Y. 
Keller, Jacob 
McCoy, William J. 
McLaughlin, James. 

Gould, Anne M. 
Jack, Elizabeth J. 



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Fesslor, Philip G. 
Gould, Franklin. 
Hays, James G. 
Jack, Charles C. 
Koons, Edward L. 




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Berwick. 

Mill Hall. 

Baltimore, Md. 

Williamsport, 

Mill Half. 

Williamsport. 

Lycoming. 

Loyalsock. 

Unionville. 

William^ort, 

Sunbury^ 

Montoursville. 
Milton. 

Williamsport. 
Millerstown. 
Espy town. 
Lime Ridge, 
Park ton. 
Montoursville. 
Williamsport. 



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Mifflinville. 

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Loyalsock. 

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DEPORTMENT. 



Beck, Emma. 
Simmons, Charlotte. 






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AVilliamsport. 
Ralston. 



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Taylor, Frances L. 



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Lycoming. 



Dunmire, Elijah C. 
Dunn, Washington. 
Evans, David. 
Gotta, Solomon E. 
Hogeland, Samuel. 
Kinter, John H. D. 
Kress, Wilson C. 
Miller, Philip. 
Lloyd, Henry. 
Pray, Marcello A. 
Saddeler, J. Durbin. 

Fleming, Ellen E. 
Kinsey, Susan M. 
Peterman, Catharine E. 
Rathmell, Margaret M. 
Saddler, Margaret. 
Updegraff, Catharine P. 



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Liberty. 

Wilksbarre. 

Lancaster. 

Catawissa. 

Millerstown. 

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Clinton Mills. 

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York Springs. 
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Carr, William M. 
Eakins, James L. 
Foresman, Henry A. 



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DEPORTMENT. 



Hepburn, John M. 
llogeland, William, 
McDowell, James. 
McClure, James. 
Gray, John L. 
Reed, William. 
Tinsman, Andrew. 
Woolverton, John. 



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Gould, Julia A. 
Kent, Augusta. 
Mahaffey, Hannah. 

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Beck, Samuel B* 
Broadrick, Henry. 
Clement, Henry. 
Faries, Robert H. 
Hall, Jerome B. 
Oliver, Lloyd. 
Thomas, John B. 



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Grafius, Mary. 
Youngman, Josephine E. 



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Fleming, Clara A. 
Hepburn, Mercy A. 
Laird, Sarah J. 



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Kracht, William. 

Field, Rozilla. 
Green, Hannah T. 
Jamison, Mary £. 



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Williamsport. 

Cattawissa. 

Williamsport. 

Joliet HI. 

Greenwood. 

Lairdsville. 

Williamsport 



Armstrong. 
Williamsport. 

Curwinsvillo. 



Williamsport. 

Mauch Chunk. 
Sunbury. 

Williamsport. 
Loyalsock. 

Williamsport. 
Lycoming. 

Williamsport. 
Jersey Shore. 



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Williamsport. 






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Williamsport. 



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RESIDENCE. 



Campbell, Alfred. 
Doebler, Thomas S. 
Packer, Albert. 
Wilson, R. E. 



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Genther, Jacob. 
Tallman, Jeremiah. 
Tallman, John Bi 

Lloyd, Mary L. 
Mussina, Lauretta. 
Oliver, Anna S. 
Packer, Sarah S. 
Tallman, Martha. 
Williams, Lydia. 



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Caldwell, Thomas. 
Elliot, William. 
Lloyd, William McClure. 
Lyon, William. 
McClure, William» 
Stoetzel, Jacob. 

Caldwell, Annao 
Lyon, Sarah. 



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Armstrong. 

Williamsport, 

Joliet 111. 
Williamsport. 



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II('I)l)uni, John M. 
n(),i;-('lan(l, William. 
MrI)()W(ill, James. 
McClure, James, 
(^ray, John L. 
Heed, William. 
Tlnsniaii, Andrew. 
Woolverton, John. 

Clar'k(% Savali. 
(Jould, Julia A. 
Kent, An^usta. 
Mahatiey, Hannah. 



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Williamsport. 

Cattawissa. 

Williamsport, 

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Lairdsville. 

Williamsport 



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Campbell, Alfred. 
Doebler, Thomas S. 
Packer, Albert. 
Wilson, R. E. 



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J5(H*k, Samnel l^ 
Broadrick, lli^iry. 
Clement, Jlcnry. 
Faries, KolxM'tll. 
Hall, Jcronu^ B. 
Oliver, IJoyd. 
Thomas, John 1>. 



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Fleniini;, Clara A. 
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Mauch Chunk. 
Sunbury. 

WilliamsporL 
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Williamsport. 
Lycoming. 

Williamsport. 
Jersey Shore. 



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Williamsport. 



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Genther, Jacob. 
Tallman, Jeremiah, 
Tallman, John B. 

Lloyd, ]Mary L. 
Mussina, Lauretta. 
Oliver, Anna S, 
Packer, Sarah S. 
Tallman, Martha. 
Williams, Lydia. 



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Caldwell, Thomas. 
Elliot, William. 
Lloyd, William McClure, 
Lyon, AVilliam. 
McChire, William. 
Stoetzel, Jacob, 

Caldwell, Anna, 
Lyon, Sarah. 



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Elimsport. 



Williamsport, 
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W^iliiamsport. 



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Armstronor. 

Williamsport, 



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Williamsport. 



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Brisben, William, 
(lilmore, Georii-e. 
Gilmore, Henry. 
Gruver, William T. 
Hess, John. 

Mullencross, Franklin J. 
Paoki'i', Boyd C 
Tanvliill. Jolm. 
Weigle, C. L. 

lluglis, Anna, 
Low. Ellen. 
Rascr, 3Iart[i:i. 
Rasd- Mary. 
Taylor, Georgiaiui ISI. 



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Sunbury. 
Loyalsock. 

Elim sport. 
Williamsport. 
Lycoming. 
Williamsport, 

Warrensville. 

W^arrensville. 

Armstrong. 

Lewisburg. 

Lycoming. 









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Bowman, Thomas M. 
Brisben, Horace. 
Grafius, Daniel. 
Huntoon, Loudean. 
Low, Charles A. 
McMinn, Joseph. 
Oliver, John C. 
Tallman, Robert. 
Tallman, MathewB. 

Else, Frances. 



McDowell, Celinda. 
Moore, Harriet. 
Paine, Laura. 
Reeder, Mary E. 
Schneider, Mary. 
Taylor, Julia. 
Taylor, Mary. 



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Williamsport. 

Elimsport. 



Armstrong. 
Williamsport. 

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1 [e])erton, Gcorji'O. 
Ho])l)urii, aVudrcAV. 
J\(dl(n', -'ithn. 
Tat-ker, (Jeorgo S. 
Packer, William F. 
Parsons, Henry. 
Schneider, licwis. 
Taylor, Samuel McK. 




All'^n, Mary R. 
Flemuig, Laura. 
Jack, Agnes. 
Idoyd, Ainiie. 
Low, Margaret. 
01iv(?r, Agnes J. 
Packer, Annie. 
I Matt, Mary. 
(^)iiinn, Caroline. 
Ubner. Sarah. 



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Williamsport. 

Bradford County, 
Williamsport. 

Towanda. 
Williamsport. 



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AVilliamsport. 






Williamsport 




Allen, Thomas E. 
Beck, Newton. 
Bliss, Francis. 
Bowman, Durbin J. 
Criswell, James. 
Dodge, Charles. 
Faries, James H. 
Gould, Alexander. 
Hoffman, J. W. 
Huling, Augustus. 
Iluling, James H. 
Lyon, George. 
Straley, J. W. 11. 
Tinsman, Peter. 
Ulman, Lemuel. 
Ulman, Leon. 
Ulman, Simon. 

Covert, Almeda. 
Keller, Mary A. 
Lloyd, Susan. 
Shaw, Liz^zie A. 








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McYeytOAvn. 

Williamsport. 



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DEPORTMENT. 



Chirke, Daniel S. 
Ilulinn;, Porter. 
Levi, Benjaman. 
Quinn, George. 
Schuck, Kerr 
Ulman, Nathan 

Tinsman, Emily 
Ulman, Rosa 



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RESIDENCE. 

Armstrong.' 
Williamsport. 

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Bubb, eJacob M. 
Bubb, John II. 
Gift, John W. 



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Williamsport. 
Jersey Shore. 



^anclassifietr^ 



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^ [Xot having been regularly in the Instiiuiion, since the addoption 
ike above plan of elassijication.) 



NAxMES. 



RESIDENCE. 



Aloxjindor, Cyrus T. 
Bilnian, James 
]>o\vii.>;ui, S. L. 
(V.rc, Thoni.is 
Crawford, Charles 
J>!.'in' r, .Jaines B. 
-Drum, J. K. 



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Gillrsidr, Itohert 
I " r;iiiiis, I M'oro'o 
JIardv, (\ Mr 
llastinir, Goorge 
Jlopburn. John 

Knell. Au;2;us1u.S 
a\Iei,(h-nh:ill, [I. 8. 

^lyion, J. AV\ 
Ko;2;ors, Geor;x<^ II. 
Stout, TJiom[)son 



Old Fort. 

Muncy. 

Berwick. 

Portsmouth. 

Williamsport. 

Sunbury. 

Williamsport. 

IMcVeytown. 

Wahallah Miss. 

Williamsport. 

Elmira N. Y. 

Salona. 

Williamsport, 

Berwick. 

Williamsport. 
Manor Hill, 

Baltimore. 
Jerseytowu. 




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NAMES. 



Sweeley, William 
Thompson, Thomas 
Wirt, J. 
Woodman, J. W. 

Prooks, Helen. 
Bowman, Malissant V. 
Edgar, Martha 
Gilmore, Sarah 
Green, Irene 
Herr, Anna G. 
Hiddleson, Mary M. 
Monroe, Virginia M. 
Morrison, Susan M. 
Tanvhill, Sarah A. 
Woodman, Margaret 
Yocum, Martha 



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RESIDENCE. 

Armstrong. 
Wolf Run. 
Williamsport. 
St. Regis N. Y. 

Williamsport. 

Harveyville. 
Lycoming. 
Williamsport. 
Armstrong. 
La Porte. 
Fredrick Md. 
Newton Hamilton. 
Williamsport. 
St Regis N, Y. 
Elysburg. 




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Classical Department, 
Higher English, 
Common English, 
Unclassified, 

Total 



61. 

57. 

101. 

36. 

255. 




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^^ Ihis oml)ra:os :i ]^.^v\i^d of t]ir;>,- years and is designed to qual- 
liV .students i.,r teacliini;- in any Uio-Ji Seliool or Academy, or for 
any departnK^iit of lousiness. Upon completing the following- 
course the stndeui will Ik,' entitle;! to a diploma. Those intendm^ 
To enter coll(u^(\ and otlu^rs, nni wishing to complete the course" 
can pursue such studies as they desire. 

PllEPARATORY. 



Heading and Spelling. 

]*(^nnuinshij). 

Arithmetic, (Practical) 

<^<>- (Mental) 

(leography, 

(^« ram mar, 

History, 

Etyuudogy, 

Natural. Philosophy, (Lst Lessons] 

Algi'i.ra, ( FJonicnts) 

(Jnt('!lr,-tual) 
Physiology, (ih'inia ry) 

Coiiipo-lticn. Peclnmation and A'oeal 31 

jFi'rst Year. 



Davies. 
Colhurn. 
Mitchell's Inter- 
mediate. 
Smiths. 
Goodrich. 
* Lynd. 
Parker. 

Loomis. 

lower. 

Mrs. Taylor. 



usie. 



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ilRSTTERM. \\\\sUn-y.^ Anrnnf and Mmhrn, 

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Pavi(\s. 
Loomis. 

:>r('riintock ^ 

(h'ooks. 



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Natural History, 
Algebra, — Advanced, 
SECOND TERM (Latin, — Lv^ Book, 

Classical Antiquities, 
Book Keeping, 



c f Natural liHiilosophy, 

\ < Latin, — 2d Book, 

^ THiKi) TERM. ( Alge])ra, — Finished, 



f Physiology 

] Constitution of the United States 



vSmellie. 

Loomis. 
f McClintock Sc 
I Crooks. 

Salkeld. 
f Fulton & East- 
1 man. 

Johnston. 

McClintock. 

Loomis. 

Cutter. 

Burleigh. 



( DURING THE f Ortliograpliy, Heading, Penmanshi[) and Vocal 
( YEAR. 1 Music. 



FIRST TERM. 



SECOND TERM 



Geometry, 
Astronomy, 

Cix)sar, and Cornelius Nepos. 
1st, Book in Greek, 



(Geometry, — Ouifiiiitcd, 
Mental PhilosoDhv 
. f J)e Senectut(* it Ovid. 
< 1st Book in (Jr(M'k, 
( Ancient Geograph3^ 



THIRD TERM. 



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^■Conic Sections. 
Clnnnisti'v. 
Mental Philosophy,- 
Amacitia, Airgil. 
Greek, — 2d, Book, 



DURING THE f Composition, Pciclaniation, 
YEAR \ and Yocal Music. 



Loomis. 
f Mattison and 
\ Burritt. 

( McClintock & 
\ Crooks. ' 

Loomis. 
Lpham. 

f :McClintock & 
[ Crooks. 

Loomis. 
Johnston. 
Up ham. 

McClintock. 



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*Trigonometry, Plane and Spherical, Loomis. 
^Botany, Gray & Wood. 

LvO«;ic, Whately. 

FIRST TERM. [ Evidences of Christianity, Pale3^ 

\ Cicero's Orations & Sallust. 
( Cvropoodia & Odyssey. 



f "^'Survey inp; and Navegation, 
-I Poiiticiil Economy, 
j ■^'^'tlineralogy, 
SErox.D TERM, f Khetoric, 

I L:vy and jJo Ojiici'S. 
f ^M;]nora,tdlia v.i\d iliad. 
i •'ij'vil Ei:ginco;,iiig, 

»' '^Vnodytical Geometry, 

< ^G-eo]oo:y, 

THIRD TERM. [ Moral Philosophy, 

r IIoracG and Tacitus, 

< Sophocles and Herodotus. 

(Bucicr's Analo^Ay, 



Loomis. 
Way land. 
Dand. 
Whately. 



Mahan. 

Loomis. 

Gray. 

Wayland. 

Crooks. 



DURING THE f Co^nposition Declamation, and 

YEAR. 1 ElOoUtlcii. 

\ 

AVrl tten exercises and Translations in Latin and Greek throughout ) 

the whc.le courso. | 

(lERMAN. — OUcndin-rs Grammar, Adler's Header, Schiller, Goethe, / 

( Adli^r's bicti<n-;:'y. 

^ Frf.nc!!.-— »)ilondorrs (irammar (value,) Te]oma;i;ue. 

; Dramatic Jlead-'r, ilacine, Surenne's Dictionary Charles xii. 

) For tlu)S(5 studies marked with a star, others may be substituted. ) 

/ Thus tlio courMi may be accommodated to the Avants of Ladies o r I 

) 

( Genth-mcn 

Thosf^ v.lio wisli to pursue the Classics further than is contempla- 
ted in th<' ;ib(>\(^ (*<)urs(', can use any approved text-books; and those 
} who yrreier it, may sub.^titute tlie French and German for the Latin / 



C and Gre(^k. 



Ornamental Branch f,s. — Vocal and Instrumental iMusic, Painting \ 
and Dra\vin*:\ recei\'o su(H'ial attention. The Ladies are allowed to 
'^substitute tht^se, together with German and French, for some of thCpQ 
Mii'dier studies in mathmatlcs and for the Latin or Greek. /T\ 

Lectures on the .^cvoral blanches of Natural Science will be de- 
^liverd at regular and stated periods. 



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® Vocal Music. — Instruction in this science will be given to the en- a) 
^¥^tire school, by a competent teacher, at regular periods. ^P 

T A Normal Class will be formed (when required,) and special at- t 
\ tention will be given to those who may wish to prepare tiiemselves ^ 
\ for the important duties of teaching. ^ > 

I A Biblical Class will also be formed for the benefit of such as 
^ have the Ministry in view. 

V, 

I location. j 

Williamsport is one of the most beautiful and healthful places in ( 
the State. It has never been subject to epidemics of any kind. No ^ 
student has hitherto suiFered in health by a residence here. On the \ 
contrary, many, coming to the School sickly, have returned fully re- 
stored. In point of intelligence and morality the citizens will com- 
pare favorably with those of any other place. The location is central 
and accessible from all quarters. The Kailroads, almost completed, 
will soon bring us within a few hours ride of Elmira, Danville, Potts- 
ville, Harrisburg, Hollidaysburg, Philadelphia and Baltimore. The 
most distant of these places are now within a few days travel. No 
more desirable position for a Seminary of Learning can be found. 

©rgatiisation^ 

The School is organized on the most approved plan, of the best In- ^ 
stitutions of New York and New England. It embraces both sexes, 
under the same government and instruction. The PrincipaFs family 
and the Assistants, occupy apartments in the building and have a 
constant oversight of all the Students. 

The Ladies' private and public rooms are entirely separate from the 
others, and there is no association of the sexes but in the presence of 
their Instructors. The Ladies and Gentlemen, have less freedom of 
intercourse here than at home. 

The happy influence, mutually exerted in their slight association in 
the recitation-room, at the table, and in the public exercises of the 
Chapel, is to be seen in the cultivation of a cheerful and amiable dis- 
position, — in the formation of good habits and manners, — in ardent 
devotion to study — and in the attainment of high moral character. 
These, with many other valuable results, have established the fact, 
that, the best plan for a school, is, according to the evident design of 
Providence in the constitution of society, on the basis of a well reg- 
ulated, christian family. Ladies, equally with gentlemen, are bene- 
fited in this arrangement. 



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The Institution is furnished with a fine building for school purposes, W 



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fl^ 18 

iu arid a largo and commodious Boarding J lovise ; both of which, are' 
"■Jr brick, and are boated hy furnaces in the cellar. The rooms are large^ 

t and well ventilated. In the entire arrangements of the buildings, 
great care has been had for the comfort and health of the occupants. 

; The grounds contain about six acres, affording sufficient room K>r ex- 

' ercise and piny. 



Boattiing ^c. 



The Trustees have been able to make new arrangements in the ) 
Boarding Hall, by which a large expense will be saved to the student. ) 
Bv the following list of pric^is, it will be seen that our total expense is ^ 
quite as low as that of any Institution of like grade in this state ; not I 
excepting those schools in which cheap scholarships have been sold. ) 
We desire and intend to bring down the cost of education to the lowest ) 
point possible, and thus afford to the masses, sound, intellectual and ^ 

moral culture. ) 

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Board, 

Washing, [ton pieces) 

ytoum, lights and fuel, 

Total per wook, 



PER WEEK. ) 
Si 35 ^ 

20 ^ 
20 : 



Si 7 



5 ) 



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liatrs of (Tuition, 



Reading, Writing, and Spoiling, 

Elementary Arithmetic. (Joography, and History, 

More advanced " " * *' * 

Hi^irher EnjxHsli, 

Latin and (irook, 

Contingont foe (cleaning and washing school rooms Slc.) 
according to season, 

?3.vt la. 



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ARTER. 

$2 50 
3 00 
3 50 
5 00 
GOO 



25 to 50 cts. 



Gorman and FinmioU <'aoh 
f|l'^^''^wing, 
/:^Monochromati(^s 
«T*P()lyohr(miati('s, 
iH^Painting in Water Colors, 



I'ER QUARTER. 
#3 00 

2 00 I 
2 50 W 



2 50 ^ 



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2 50*^?/ 







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OH, Painting. 

Instruction on Piano, (twice a week,) 

Use of Piano for })ractico, 



G 00 if) 

00^ 

2 00 ; 



\ N. B. — Each higher grade includes all l>clow it in the list of regu- > 
( lar charges, and no additional ckaiyes ivill be made, except for those ) 
< branches not embraced in that list, ) 

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Bxprnses per (Suaiter of iBlebeu 




Board & 
Tuition Sc Ooiit. fof, 



Common English, Higher English, Latin and Greek. ' 
c, 19,25. 19,25. 19,25. ; 

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3,88, 



<).o8. 



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( Total, 23,13. 24.(>3. 25,03. 

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An}' student paying on his entrance into tlie school, 822.50 — §24 ) 
', or §25, shall be entitled to a receipt in full, for all the charges in the ) 
' Common English, Higher English, or Classical Department, as the case > 
' may bo. If the Bills are not paid at the beginning of each Quarter, | 
[ live per cent will be added to the above ])rices. No deduction will be . 
, made for absenc-', except in cases of protracted sickness; nor will any > 
(. student ])e rocoivod for losr; time than one (^Juartor. > 



liooms aiitr iSTlotfjing. 



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( Tlio lloinns are furnislicd with all hoavv articles, but the students ^ 
' must bring tlioir own sheets, pillow-cases, counterpanes, and towels ; \ 
. and find their own ))rooms. The rooms must be kept in order by the ' 
( occupiii.ts. Stiulciil.i should have all their articles earpfulh/ nucrhed, : 

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( ^fims of Utimission. ? 

( ^, ) 

( 1. The stud(int must 1>o well rccommondod as to moral clKiractor. ) 
^ The sch:)ul is not desi<rned tol)o a l!<^uso of Uei'u<ro. ^ 



2. Must arran-j-o, with tlio act "roj; Treasurer all bills. 



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3. Must bo wiUiuix to take at least four studios ; unless excused bv ) 



) 

( the Board of Instruction. ^ 

i 4. 3Iust give assurance of rom[)liauco with all Viu}. Kulos and Rogu- ^ 
J lations of the School. ^ 

^ N. 15. — Each student Avill bo considered a mom1)erof tiio Institution, [ 
( until duo notice sliall ha^■o been gi\o]j of intention to lea\o. ) 

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Apparatus. 



)M The Seminary is furnisliod with a 8U])orior collection of Apparatus, ^ 
V^tog-ethor with full sets of (J lobes, Ma])s and Charts, and a good (^abi-lf/ 



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jftnet of Minerals, thus affording evorj facility for illustration and ex- 5 
" P^^j"^entin Geography, xistronomy, Philosophy, Chemistry, Anatomy,^. 
^ and Phvsioloo:v. "^ "^ - 



discipline. 



The Discipline is mild, but firm and impartial. While every en- 
) couragement will be given to the orderly and studious, and due al- 
) lowance be made for youthful indiscretions, yet the lawless and refrac- 
V tory, cannot long remain amoii<>; us. 



— i^cligious ^cibiccs/ 

Every student is required to attend the religious services at the 
^ opening and close of school, each day, as v/ell as public worship twice 
every babbatn, at such place a? parents or guardians may designate. 

i\. 13.— Each student must be supplied with a Bible, to be read, 
imtfiout note or sectarian comment, in the morning and evening servi- 
ces of the Chapel. The whole school read in concert. 

Uitcrari} Societies. 

> Besides th» regular weekly exercises in Composition and Declama- 
') t'*^"''i'";o "1-0 four flourishing Literary Societies in the Institution, 



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the " Belles Letters," " Gamma Epsilon," " Tripartite-Uni 
Lclectic, each of which prepares and reads to the schoo 



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once a month. 



ion," and 
school a paper 



iBait auti Bemcrit* 



A strict record is kept of all the exercises of the school, from which 
record the siu.Ionts will bo graded, and their scholarship will be in- 
dicated in the annual Catalogue. 

A r(H^oi;d of (lonierits also is kept. Tardiness, unexcused absences 
^ fro.n required exercises, aipd all disorderly conduct, will subject the 
stuilent to (l(Mnerit marks. Five such marks will brino- a public re- 
proof hetore the Faeulty ; ton, a roproof before the Ladie!s and -entle- 
luen, as the ease may be; iii>een, a public reprimand before the whole 
sciiool, and twenty aviII send the oilender away. ( 



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ilTo i7oung i^Xrn. 



h n ''t'^-yb- younR men can have employment in the Institution 



Qu u ? T " HP '?'"■*'"" "^ '^''"' ^^J^pei'ses. Schools also, can be 
£had by Ladies or Gentlemen who desire to teach. Frequent applica- 
'♦'tionR are made (rom a distance for competent teachers. 



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(Slalcntiar. 






The Acaaemical year is divided into three Terms, commencing as c 
follows: ^ 

Fall Term, Au^st 24th, 1854. 
A^inter Term, December 4th, 1854. 
Summer Term, March 16th, 1855. 
The year will close June 27th, 1855. 

^ Wotlr to ^Parents. 

1. Try and have your children here at the commencement of the 
Term. The classes are then formed, and it will be better for all con- 
cerned, for the student to start regularly with his class. 

2. If possible, do not call them away during the session. Absence, 
if only for a few days, disarranges the classes, and is generally the 
beginning of irregularity on the part of the scholar. 

3. Supply them very sparingly with spending money. The free use 
of money is one of the greatest banes of a school, and a fruitful source 
of evil to the student. Parents cannot be too cautious on this point. 

4. Select for your child, one of the Instructors, as a Patron to dis- 
tribute his funds. In this way a more judicious use of your money 
will be made, and your child be kept from many temptations. 

N. B. — These last two suggestions are to be regarded as established 
rnles of the schooL 



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r — 1. Th^i hours (,i' stiulv slijill ]>e as fulloAVS : - 

( Fall and Winter Term, f to S A. 31. : 1 to 5 P. M. 

\ ] \) A. 31. to 12 31. : 2 P. 3i. to 9. 

;. Siunmor T.^na, | ('• A. 31. to S.; 2 P. 31. to 0. 

( I II A. 31. to P2 3i. ; S \\ M. to 0. 

( 2. I>m'iii<r •!•<' ]i«)m's of htiuiy, tin; .studciits sliiiil not be unueces- ) 
^ sarily a])Sout iVuui their rooms. ) 

y l\. Ai i\n' tiiii!' ;ipi)ointed to aticiKl priiyer, I'oi-itation, locturo, or ' 
^ other ex<^i'eisf\ cav'h siudaut ^sieill reioair «y/nV7^// aiw/ jtronntlhj to the ^ 
: ]dace di ^i;.;-nat*^^M!. s 

4. At \M) riiue ^ii;;ll any .stuo"Ut !oLt*;r in tJKi naTs, or al'out the / 
' doors: or iuduiLr*; in jujn[M];!.r. Iciid talkiii;!^:, ^vhistlin^". or aisy other ^ 
unnee<.'ssarv noise, y^i in the ns(^ of TolKiceo in th(3 huii'.uin»'s. ■* 

, o. The sind'' nts shall not ]>«' ;5i)s;Mit tV(un their rooms at nie-ht after \ 
< tlie h(»er of s:ed\' nidic'it'Ml ])v t!>'' rint.'aiiic oi" ihe ix/li. nor Siiall t];"v, ^ 
V at any Uni'\ ate'od iKuae'S, or n\ixe(l assemblies, wi^hont p^'naissioii ) 
^ fr(>m (ei^' nf t'le Tca-luM's ; nor shall tht y, at .ms iini!\ \']>it Vm' t-'iv- ■* 
^ (}vnr<, •'aiin;:;.:!ons( s, oroiina- plar.'^s <»{' nn.ldie ]-es.}]a, tn- on aiiy oeee.sion 
( imintu'e in :lic u>o of intoxiralinL'' litoio'-s, 

^ f». All in-(.i';;ni' and indecent hmixnair", jn;i\ini2:at '.^'aioi'S oi" ihr'f.ce, ) 
^ iniurinLi' te." ;^,^.1Mnl^' of iho ln>runl!on, <».- ot' lliorln/on^, on.-e-vcliip^ ) 
' ti<^iiiinu:. ' y vieM-arryin-- of iir--ai'ms, oi- oriicj- dan-.^-'a-ons -weajn-eiS. is ^ 
( ytrictiy fo-r! ''dd'ai. . 

\ 7. \o :-!i:d('!it --f:';! iea^'e !■••• i'aiirs (»" liw iow.i Ha* a ^m::^;- ('iir-' ^ 
^ than <an' hoi;i- \\ ;rh( <.• iMi'ia : -■:;)':. \ 

) S. [•; I'-ii stndon: \\\i' o^' ■n'd si i-i-; i\ ..(■>. (Uhualif' (or anv danec'-e la^ ' 
^ or >le' e;ay can^c to I!." ."^r;!) inM]"/ [a'oj :!'!a •. . r 

( 'f '!'h' T<'a<aea-.^ and S!>'\-. ;ird nai-r, ;;! a'l : iaa -, ]i;, ^ c ,t' .-,•.'> to M,': s 
(^ stud-ait^' rooiii-, aiwl i;' ii '.' jiei^i'I nc:-.'-:-.;; ;- , lar -o^iias wiil b" ) 
) (dranscd ;ii th" cxii-'O-m' oi' iho o'-(ai;> mi ., ) 



) I ( >. < di'ii n iinc^N of j i,a"soi> 



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appar-i. iina ;t .£ aii!omai:i\ and 



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^ lad\-iiko dcportnnait mn^l bo ol >s'a-\ .'d b\ ;;;!, 

( 11. N(» \\a^^i\ d;:a. or • id., i- ,;,. (o, ird. ;.'i.!ii i;o i,i,oA\(ai iVont any n 
j window in (atiior bnildii.i;-. o.-down ih" i)oi-,i;i- ';]::;• ;. * i 

X-) 12. 'Idn- ocrnjtanl- of l!:" 'ioardiui; . iou-o nmvi Jin y e ; f;.; ■• ;',,nias 



rid 



('i\sw(^pt ami in order by (i o'rid.-k. .\. \j., ;;ii,i tinsr rp'hts oxtin^-aiished m' 
*bv half-past 10, \\ m: " ^ 

Wi ir^. No studf lit win bo allovvod to 'j-'j ti batidn-x ii-idu;" • ' a ; 'a •• ^^'^ ' 






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u) <nmnino^, or ridinir, without permis^sion. |^ 

^^" 14. The students must not visit the kitehens, dining room, or any ^ 
other room, except their own, without permission. 

15. The Sabbath must be strictly observed by all. No walking about, 
visiting, or receiving of visits, will be allowed. All must attend pub- 
lic worship twice during the day at such place as they or tlieir guar- 
dians may prefer. 

16. No lady shall at any time, receive calls from gentlemen at her 
own room. Friends from a distance can see the ladies in the parlor. 

17. The young ladies will not be allowed to leave the Seminary 
grounds, at' any time, without permission. 

18. The students are expect(^d to pay proper respect t(Kthe Steward, 
as well as to all other officers of the Institution. 



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'l 19. Xo student shall change Ins or her room, or boarding place, ^ 
<[ without special permission from tlie Principal. ^ ^ ( 

20. No student will ]>e permitted to leave the School, during its ■ 
• session, without an express request from the*parent or guardian. / 

! 21. Any student, who, without just cause, shall fail to attend the 
I examination. Avill ]>c considered as luuler censure, and will not_be v 
' allowed to advance with his classes, without suitable amends. \ 

22. Permission to be nbsent from any exercise must be obtained, if, 

possible, before the absence occur. ^ ; 

) 23. No student will be permitted to leave an^- class without the con- , 

' sent of the Board of Instru<?tion. ^ \ 

24. Any ofiending student may be punished, according to the na- 
ture of the offence, by private oi* public reprof, suspension, dismission 

" or expulsion. 

25. Any temporary prudential reo-ulation for tlie government of , 
( the school that the' Teachers may see Bt to adopt, shall be equally ■. 
' blndinir with these Bydaws. 



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