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WILLIAMSrOI^T, \\\m\\\\ i(i„ IM 




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FAIRMAX & CO'.S STj^AM PRINTING ESTABLISHMENT. 

ADVKHTISKR HUILDINGIS, LAKE STKIET. 

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WILLIA^ISPORT, lYCOMlNd CO., PA. 



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DICKINSON SEMINARY. 



BOARD OF TRUSTEES. 



Rev. Thomas Bowman, J). T)., Prcs't, Ex. OJfi Willintmport. 

(jJen. R. Flumim;, Secretary, . 

[foN. John Smith, Treasurer, 

Robert Fairies, .l^]s(^, 

Ma J. (.'HAREEs Low, 

J. S. Crawford, .M. D., 

A. UlVDECRAFF, .... 

C B. Bowman, .... 

Geo. Seate, .... 

J Ion. a. AVoodward, .... 
O. Watson, l^ls(^)., .... 

S. (:rOULD, ..... 

('. W. S(^VTES, Fs<^, , 

»i . oAIiLADE, . • • • • 

Rev. S. Kei't>eii. .... 

^. F. Cowan, ..... 

David Showers, \\>(i., 

M. Cham HEREIN, .... 

M. W . Jackson, .... 

Rev. J. '1 oNNEK, 

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BOAKJ) OF INyTKUCTJON. 



Rfv. THOMAS BOWMAN, A. M, I). 1), Pkim ii>al, 

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8 T U D E I^f T S . 



CLASSICAL DEPARTMENT 



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XAMES. 

.Applcnian, David R. 
P»cck. James 11. 
Care, Thoinns 
OIaubau,i!:h, Levi 
Ourran, lluoli A. 
Dill, William (L 
Fredericks, I). IL AT. 
Fribley, (1iarl(\s \\\ 
(^ray. Kdward J. 
Hutchison, d. (,'. . 
doyce I^iijali 
Knorr, Samuel 
K reamer, William W 
Kress, Wilson {\ 
Landis, dolm \\ . 
Landia, flosepli 
Lankford A. d. II. 
licwis, Ivd. 
Ludwii^-, L. V. 
M(*t/^-ei-, dolm d. . 
Miller Alfred 
X orris 1^. Mc K . . 
Lassniore, ( liarles \\. 
R(^arr(\ Auhniy 
Rotl, Robert R. 
Ricli, darles R. . 
Rlione, Daniel S, 
Sharpl(\ss, Lloyd 
'^liive, Wdlliam R. 
^^ii^betL W. R. 
Snyder, l^i^aMie 



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Tiiylor, Isaac S. 
Thoiiipson, I larry S. . 
\Veiilz(j], I>ennvillo 
A\^)()lvorloii, diaries \V 
Crawford, Ivutli A, 
Miliary l^va V . 
(ioodlandcr, f[ciiiilc 
-Mast, Annie 



Hrown, Jolni V, 
( 'unncr, J. W. 
Dyson J. I^'ranklin 
I^'oiuilain, »Iainos M. 
i^'rantz, .1,11. 
<icori^'o, J. Xolson 
( iosh, John 
(irecn, Harry i\ 
1 1 err. Joel \. 
Il('yd,(;. W. . . 
I lollinan J. W. 
I liitcliinson, I j Irani 
.laclcson. Clarence ( i. 
Kcar, Kicliard 
K rcamei'. ( icor^e 
Lanniiiir. K- II. 
I.loyd, AV. \\ 
MadiH. < icorL''!' A , 
n>Micr. J. II. 
IM.'Mlc. .lames W 
lIv.Mi, W. \\ 
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1-iiuTV. Marllia 
ll;i-!i(\s, Mary T. . 
Low, lanilv M. 

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Milton, 
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/ynllnnore, Md. 

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NAMES. 



RKSTDKNCK.S. 



Uusling", iniza K. . 
Vanfosseii, Adeline M. 
Wilson, Lizzie V. . 

CTiASS J I. 

Bestor, J. Eollin 
Bennett, William V. 
Biggs, I^^lisha II. 

Bowman, Kdmund J. ~: 

Brown, \\ A. H. 
I^Qoy, S. ]\liller 
( 'Urtin, Orlando 
Drake, James S. . 
Dukes, J. J >. 
Knt, Wellington 
Fessler, Henry 
Fredericks, ^Farcellus S. 
Friling II. Y. 
Jtepburn, AVilliam, 
Ifeisley, William 
Jester, V>. Franklin 
Leebrick, <\.'\\ 
Marsh, (i. \V. 
Means, J. W. 
Miller, Stephen 
Miller, 'i'homas 
Moore, Samuel i\. 
Mussina, Sylvester. 
XefT, William 
Foisall, B. J^mory 
Russ, K. J. 
Shaw, W. W. 
I'ippett, J. i\mery. 
lYaugh, Milton 
l^ill, William 
/inn, John M. 
Hennet, 1 Tattle i\ 
Howman, Malisant \^ 
Clarke, Sarah ,) . 
Ifopper, l^mma 



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Hiilifii.v 

Cli/itonville 
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Bi>tter\< Mill. 
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Low, Alic'(^ S. 
Mussina, Lauretta 
< )livor, Annie S. 
Saylor, Jane. . 
^'oung, Mary A. 

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Alillcr, Wesley V. 
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Heck, Mathew ll. . 
Burrows, F. J. 
(;liristian, J. \\ . 
( 'Onner, Samuel J. 
(!romwell, X. Clemm 
Drum, J. llamsey 
L^ulmer, Peter 
ITarding, 1*. 1). 
I Lartsock, S. .M. 
I lutton, J. 1>. 
Hysore, AFilton \\. 
Keag-le, A. I». . 
Keag'le, S. 1^. 
Iveefer, 1). M. 
Kepliart, 1^. I J. 
Kephart, J. L. 
K r(\ss , ( i . ( J . 
Leach, W^illiam 
Lacock, Jno. 
Moore, (L T. W. 
Paxton, II. P>. 
Polsgrove,d. \\. 
ramdall, Walter . 
Ivandall, David 
Reddini^ton, \l. L. 
Sechler, »!. S. 
Smith, Sampson 
S()l)er, W. .V. 
S wander, dno. P.- 
Thomas, I lerdic 
'rhom})S{)n, William I'. 
Prner, Milton ( L 
/aner, Levi 
Pehel, Mary V.. 
Pradley, Kate A. 



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l"^l)C'rt, Annie M. 
<«ray, AhLro-aret A. 
<>ray, IIiuTict S. . 
Hart, ]\rariethi, 
liyman, Sallie U. . 
Mc (Lilian, l^lizabelh . 
Mc <ioro-a], Alice S. 
i^IeiTiek, Ptebeeca 
Olil, Harriet 
liVJuan, l^leanura 
^liarpless, Harriet \l. 
>iiort, Sarah . 
W'uoclruii; Harriet 

l»er-vr, IV'lcr . 
l>i'(nvn 11. 11. 
(.^irr, Andrew 11. 
^'iirlin, J. Irvine 
< 'urtin, .1. S. 
Havis, WiHium If. 
i'^rce, Isaac 
^'I'eciily. Thoniiis 
I lar\(y', William 
. NciTick. ( 'iiai'Ic. f.. 
i liint,'r. J(.liii 
i'i'yL William 

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NAMES. 



r>ownuin, M, ('aroline 
Curtln, .Margery 
Field, Emma 
(^earhart, J^]]iza T. 
(icddes, Lizzie ]\I. 
(iibsoM, Lclitia 
lloirmaii, lOlizabeth A. 
denkins, Ilosab'iie M. A. 
King, deimie (J. 
AleC.'rosky, J*anma d. , 
^Miller, Kel)eeea rl. 
Myers, l^mily 
Paige, Sai'ali A. 
liatlimell, .Margaret 
Seott, l]llen \\. 
Strouf), Marv 1^. 

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l>aird, 1). P. 
Pridgens, T. d. 
Paretliers, das. 
i^reasy, W.\. 
Pa\ is, Sanmel V\. 
I)(»ugliei-ly, W. 
( »roir, Xewlon ( \ 

I larvey, d. W. r\\\ 

I I err, i lenry I'k 
M()li;d. p/ . 

Poekliart, A.M. 
Moon, lvi(diard \. 
I *a('lver, < ieerge 
Poller, diaries II. . 

P'eed, Solomon W . '^ . 

PitUMihoiise, d . 
daylor, !1. (\ 
Weigle, dosepli 
Peav(M\ Mai^'iiie 
Push, I lenriethi 
Meming, Plara A. 
I'dook, Sarah P. 



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NAMKS. 



I liuiii)shir{\ Miirtlui M. 

-Me^iiinis, Nellie S. 
M click, Siuiiantlia 
.Mcsscn<i;cr, Amelia 
.M essenger, M arL^-urct 
Mover, Anna 11. 
Ta^U'c, Mary K. 
liicli, Jlacliel . 

Tiill, .Mar\- L. 
W'ei^'Ie, Sarah .1. 



IJishop. K. K. 
( 'arutliers, Adam 
(ieddes, \V. (\ 
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( "oodlaiider, ( i. 
1 launa, W . A. 
McDonald, \l \\ 
Meiiinnis. d. J. 
Mundorir, d. l-\ 
1m>.\, Matilda 
1 lartiiKni, d idia 
Miller. Mliaira 
Mori'is. Saradi .1. 
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VaW'.A. W'i'iiani 
\Viii!lii;L';1(»ii. W. ! '. 
I l(»p])i'r. 1 ichrcca 
d()!i'"s, Li//;i(' S. 
K nnklc, Julia A . 
l.i\'iiiL;SL(»n. A nna V. 



\l ill II! ;ii\j>nrl 

. I I'J.i^ I I'l'n LI 

llnltlmnrc Mil. 
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13 



NAMES. 



IJKSIDKNCKS. 



DKlTJirrMKXT. 



Kothrock, Mary F. 
Shoop, Christiana . 



Dcckard, J. 11. 
•^Williamson, Edward 
Jamison, Lizzie 



JVilliainsport 
SlurciiKuislown 

HKCTION J 5. 

Monfgof/icrifs Fern/ 

Salladnshur^' 

Williainsporl 



< i.Ass TV.- sixri^roN a 



SK(nM()X n. 



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CO MM OX ENG LISir. 



("I. ASS T.-SKCmoN A. 



N A M KS 

^ 



^'ilinorc, I [(Mirv 
I k']>l)iii-ii, Andrew D. . 
Low, (1ms. A. 
raxlon, (Onirics 
U(V(I, Jiio. 1\ 

Uiicli. Power . 
W'iiicu-iirdiicr, Thos. L. 
( 'iildwcll, Aiiiii(> l-:. 

< 'arotluTs, Jennie L. 
I I(\ss, Louisa 
Kocli, Alhina 
l^rslor, Ahirlbji 
!\oa]XM-, Mary S. 
Voiu)!:, hlninia . 

LcniK'tl, J(»lin 
Lennell, 'rii..,-.'. . 
iJutl, CliiH. II. 
( Vawfoi'd, ( 'lud'Ic. 

< Vawloi'd. Joscjdi . 
Kdcr. .John 

K\;ins. L*;in(lol|)Ii \\', 
i''i!inic('. rloliii . 
^ >iricii, A l)ija!i 
i laincs. A 1{V('<1 

I 1 !'.->, < i(m1(i-('V 

« 

KalMii,^. Thos. L. 
kocli. Ani;"!!stii< 
L'Mil:-. !•'. A. . 
McKcaii. Lliilandcr 
Mrlick, !^ila>ki 
Miles. I f iiii1(M- 
M vers, ( icoruf W 



IIKSTDKNCES, 



Lf/co/ninfi; 
U illidinspoii 

L(tirdsrtllr 

/' ill niiii^jXiil 



jScirhcrnj 
\Villi(tiii\p<)if 
» 

Mum 1/ 
Lairchvillc 
II illi(ump<nt 

sLcriox r,. 

lull 1 1 more, Md. 

II Hhdiiispoi I 
it 

• ■ 

I ,(11 lei's' \( I: 
Wllliaiiisjio, I . 
M/llcr'J)y,'_;- 
Scrrno 

W ill /(I lilspi)) I 

l\ll'sii)il * 

7V"y 

/>/-■/// Sf. 
\V)lli(iiiisii(trt 



DKPOIiTMENT. 



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7 
8 
6 
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8 
8 
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U 



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XA.MKS. 



1^ 



Orwaii W. J3. 
Svveely, AVilliam J I, 
Hpaulding- J . A . 
Stephan, Philip 
Ulman, Nathan A. 
Weisel, Geo. W. 
Youngiiian, Alonzo 
AllcD, Mary K. 
J>ubb, Josephine : 
I>eal, JL (Caroline 
Low, IMargaret 
McKinley, Annie M 



Ki<:sri)K\('i-:s. 



Tmij 
Lijconiinu- 

J TO II 

^Villiaiiisport 

Armstron<x 

Williamsport 






Dunkirk, Md. 
Annstroiio; 
Jerscij Shore 



CI^ASS JT.- 

Birniingham, Franeis 
Jiowmau, 'rhos. AL 
Faunce, diaries 
(ieise, William 
(lilmore, (Jeoroe 
Jlartnian, Jolni 
Hill, J. II. 

Ilnntoon, Laudian 
1 lower, J. J I. 

J^'il), U. Kniniet 
' Meree, K. A . . 
Sallad(\ J. If. 'r. 
'"^im])ler, diaries 
'''Jiylor, Mekean . 
Walker, dani(\s 
VVoodrufi; William 
Wheeland, W. 
Long, Jane . ^ 

Oliver, Agnes . 
<2'iinn, (Woline 



SIi^CTlON 

Muiicij 
U illiiunxporl 
Mi//ersljHri>- 
fVdli(ii//sj)(jrf 



a 



J^iillC lli(l<y(' 

^Vi/li<iin.sp(,rf 
W(i/\<),,(()i/^,i 

Mill Hull 

II ill HI I II ^pi, it 

II llll(liii^piii f 
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hdiiHir 
Lilit 1 1 ij 

Li>lf<ll-:,,( k 
II (II liUiisjiurt 

it 
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^Vllen, 'riiomas 
Allison, J. A. 
'^eclc, \ewk)n 



SLLTIOX i; 

II illi(iiii'<puri 
• licllcfinilc, 

II iHiaiiisjM,,! 



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XA.MKS. 



T>owman, J. !>. 
Hownian, S. (J. 
I'illiot, llalpli . 
llurling Clias. A. . 
ITolTinan, Klias ]\r. 
Levy, Joseph 
]\tagiiier, Dennis 
Xavel, Micliael 
()li\Tr, Jjio. (\ 
Packer, Albert 
(^uinn, (leorgc I \. 
Slater, (J. L. 
Smith, AValter D. 
Sweet, I'^rederiek . 
W'eigle, Daniel 
AVeleli, '\\ f\. 
Cooper, Margaret M 
l'\)wk'r, Ida M. 
Owen, I lattie . 
( )wen, Sal lie 
Williamson Mary k. 



KlvSIDKNCKS. 



li^fi/id/iisport 



a 



A/iiisfroiiij; 

WiUidtnsport 
Ash /((ml 
Wysox 



a 



a 



Boltlinorc, 3 Id. 
Will 1(1 insport 

Ariiixt roiijx 
Link Have 1 1 
Bl(i(/c ('reck 
Di'iikirk, ]\I(I. 
Bcnrtck 

Sa/'/ddrsliii i'''\ 



(I. ASS III.- 

ih'annan, Tlios. . . . 

( 'larke, John '\\ 

Conklin, William . 

( 'onner. John . 

( '(timci", Tlioiiias . . • 

M click, i )ricM . 

Kcntz, S.'i'. 

Slcinlicl})ci-, Lewis 

( Jcisc. I'illen 

Throp, Mar}- 

I )cets, Amos 

Mc( Jcrgal, Tlio.-. S. 

liccd, M. . . 



SLU riON A. 

Owrn's Mills, M,L 
Arinsl i'oii'j: 
\l i,'s(i.r 

A<lll(hl<l , 

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Liii/(ilsi,(k 

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Smith, llari'ison 
Honton, I\lleii 
Ilaincs, Marv \L 
^lekeel, Mary IL - 
Niekols, Angeljni^ 
Packer, Annie 
ShoemakcT, M . A del aide 



Barrett, (\ ^V\\\lo . 
l^owman, AVillit^ 11. 
Bowman, ( 'eciliiis B. 
]^>ou;u\ John 
( 'ramer, ( *cort>;c 
l'redriel;s, < L \\ atson 
llarlman, Michael . 
i Inling, las. 1 1 , 
I Lnitoon, l'h-ederi<'lv 
Jameson, l)a\Id B. 
More, Llias. W. 
Mussina, J. L. , 
Myers, Willie 
i^uiim, \\-\('V . 
'I'insman, i .'arret} 
'I'rapp, W. P>ra(lly 
W iiicgardiicr, A ihcil I 
I lopjM'S. i'l'naiioia 
I lollinan, ( )pliclia . 
I luling, llli/ahctli L. 
Mor(\ I Liltic. 
Packer, i:ilic W. 
SliocniaKd', laniiia A . 



rp:sidences. 



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(IvASS I.-SKOTION A. 



I I 



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mtmatamim 






IS 



DICKIXSON SEMINARY. 



XAMK3. 



RKSIDKNCKS. 



'rinsiiiaii, Mniily 
AVlnegardncr, Rebecca ('. . 
Wolf, M. r^aniiy 
Woodward, Jane V. 



Wiilid/nsporf 






( I.ASS IT.-SKCTION A, 



Bour, Charles 
-Mussina, A. 
Tippelt, (ieorge R. 
Trognitz, Piariicst 
Ueeder, Mary 1*]. 
Steinlielper, Rlizabelli 

( 'larlv, Daniel S. 
Mvans, Thos. W. 
I. ester, Willie 
I-:ddy, Alice M. 
Hall. Lovina 
I lartnian, Mlizaheth 
'I'hropp, l\llcn I.. 
-Marklev, ( 'alliarini^ 
Woodward !']. May 
^^)unL'^ Marllia 



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Ar.'lil.cld. W. II. ." 
I »(>\vjii;in, ( '. I 'iT-loi) 
I -•'\aii, .1 dim , 

I htfl'iiiiiii. W 111. . 

Mattel, John 

^■^iiiilli. I'miiic . 
St|-;il.v J. W . 



HitllnHuic, Mil . 
If ill i(!in<j)i)rt 



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S IT M M A R Y . 



( 'l.AS.-IC,\T> I)KlV\KT.MK.\r 

(V)MM()X Kxoi.isn 

rfvKI'ARATOKV 



Total 



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102 

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J)ICKINS(1X SKMINAUY. 



COUESE OF STUDY. 



rpoii coiiiplciiim- tli(^ lollowiiii;- (^)iirs(', the sdulciit will he cntitk-d 
to a Clarisiciil Diploma,. To 11ios(mv1io omit Iho Languages, a Scicn- 
ti(i<' Diploma will he -iveii. 'Those intiMidin-- to enter ('olleoe, and 
others net wishin-; lo complete the Course, can pursue oUch studies as 
they desire. 

D u I-: r A 1^ A 'V () i^ \ , 

Heading- and S[)eIlinL:. 

Denman^hi]). 

Arithmetie, (Draelieal) 

(Mental) 

(hM>-ra])hy, ..... 

(irammar, 

llistoi'w 

.... 

Mtvmolouv. 

t 1^ , "... 

^idural Dhilo.^ophv. (h.i f/vson) 

AJLTohra, (I'lji'iiimis) 

' ... 

(Intelleeliial) 
i'liv. i(»l(.-v, (Drimarv) 

< '.■llllMlsilidll. Ill cllllllUlinll ,111, 1 \,|,;|i Mil, i,'. 

i" I I.' S 'I' V H A K' . 



I >avies. 

< V)lborn. 

Monteith. 

1 1 art. 

< ioodrieli. 

lijnd. 

Darker. 

I iOomis. 

Towei'. 

Mr>. Tajlor. 



I ! !; -r 1 I- 

\ ritliliit'l ir, 

• • • 

A Il''''HM. |-,lr||i 111,, i "nil .lir(h 

1 1 i-l"r\ . \ iiciciit and Mcd-in, 

Latin, h-1 D.(M.k. 

hn'jh h ( iranniiar, < 'ontniued, 



M 



Sl'J < i\ I) I 



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( .\atinal lli-1(»r\-. 



) Al-cl.r,! 



A d\ancr(| 



Doom is 

Wilson, 
M < 'hntoek A Tn.oks, 

Hart. 



'^niellie. 



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21 



J.atin, — 2d Book, 

Classical Anti<|uities, 

Dook Keeping, • . . . 

TUT 111) TI':RM. 

Xaturahriiilosophy, 

liatin, — Dirsar, r^ . 

Algebra, — FinisWd . . . . , 

Dhysiology, . . 

D^onstitutioii of the United States, 

OlKf.XC Till'; VK.\K. 

Orthography. Ueading, Denmanship, and Vocal Music. 

S E CON [) Y E A K . 



M/Clintock .V Crooks. 

Salkeld. 
Fulton A: l^astman. 



1"II^ST TKKM, 



Ceometrv. 

Astronomy, 

Cjesar, and Cornelius \epos. 

Jst ]^,ook in Ci-eek, 



-i;< (»M) ti'",i;m 



Ceometry, Continued, 
Menial Dhilosophv, 
De SeiK.'ctute and Ovid, 
LM Dook in C'reek. 
Ancient ( .'eography. 

■ ( 'onie Sections, 

< 'hemistry. 

Menial Dhilosonhx', ( "( 

Amaeitia, \'ir<nl. 

(«reek,— Anaha, is. 



Til 1 1; I) I'KI.'M. 



iiniefl, 



Dnonii 

I h'ape 

Dphai 



< 'ompcsiliiMi. Deelaniation, and NOeal Musi.- 



ny 



ivn I II I) Y I-; A i;. 

rii.'Nr ri;[;M. 

'rri-onomrlry, (Dlan(> and Spherical.) Men, in-.it ion 
l-ovrIini;\ SnrwNi!);.-. and \a\igation, 



U 



D 



(MH 



i)ra])er. ( 

Doonn's. 
Cutter. 
Durleiuh 



Doomis. 
Alattison A' Durritt. 

ADClintock A Crook.^. 



Doomis. 
Dpham. 

i 

M ( lintock A ( *r(fok.s. ( 



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'^'1 Jot any, 

i -<><.';] r, . ' • 

l-:vi(U."iK"es (»i Christianity, 
('i(^<!r()\s Oriiiions and Sallusl. 
( 'yropd'dia and ( )dyssoy. 



(•ray A' Wood. 
AVluitdy. 

[ \i\0 









: i:r(»M) 



M, 



Analytical (i comet ry, 
f^)litical Economy, 
■■ Mincralouy, 
Uhotoric, : — 



[joomis. 

\\^ a viand. 

Dana. 

Whatcly, 



Livv and 1 >c ( )IVK'iis. 
Memorabilia and Iliad, 



iiiiKi) I i;i;.M 



•M^dculus, hilercntial and Tntc':;'ral, 

Moi'al rhilo.^()|)liy, 
Horace and Tacitus. 
Sey)hocles and I lerodotU:-, 
liutler's Anal(»'j:v, 



[/jomis. 

llitchcock, 

Wayland. 



( 'rooks 



1-.- 



»ri;iN(. Till'. vi;\i:. 



( 'ompt'sitiou. Declamation, and I'iloeution. 

- JMM' thns." studies marked with a ■ others may ]>e substituted. - 
'Hius the Course may he accommodated to the wanis of Ladies or (Jen- 

tlrmcn. 

'i'hc (1as>i's in ^lensuration, T.<'ve1in-- and Surveying', ar(> praeti^vd 
111 ih.r !iM- of tlio Hiiadrant and otiier Instruments, and in IMottin,t;-. 

AN'rillcn i-Acrciscs and 'IVanslations in Ladin an<l Creek, throujxhoul 

lh<' who!*' ( '!>'i]--i'. 

(.i/i;M\\. OllciidorrV Ci'anmiar, Adlcr's Keador, Schiller, (hrethe, 

A djci'"- ! >ii-t iitnai'}'. 

P'iMxri;. ()|lriidiiri's CraiMinar (A'aluo 'rclcma<|U('. 

I )r;iiiiaiic lo'adi'r. I'afiiic ^uiviiiic"s Dictionary, Charh s XII. 

Those who wi-ii to purnic llic (la-sics lurthcr than is contemplated 
ill tlie above < 'oiiiv-(\ can n.<c aiiy ai)pro\<'d textdiooks ; and those who 
iMvln- il, mav -^ub-tinit«' the iMvnch and (h'rman for tlu^ Latin and 
(.reck. 

Okv \MK\ TM. Ib;\\'ii!>. \"ocal and Instrumental Music, Daiidinii; 
a.nd Drawiii'j. ivceive .-pecial attention. The Ladi(\; are allowed to 



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substitute these, together with (German and French, for some of the 
higher studies in Mathematics, and for the Latin and (h'eek. 

Lkctuuks on the several branches of Natural Science will be deliv- 
ered at regular and stated periods. 

VocAr. Music— Instruction in this science will be given to the en- 
tire school, by a competent teacher, at regular periods. 

A XoiiMAT. Cr.Ass will be formed, (when required,) and special at- 
tention will be given to those who may wish to prepare themselves for 
the important duties of teaching. 



A J'>iimi('An (Tass will also be formed for the benefit of such as have 
the Ministrv in view^ 



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LOC ATI ON . 



Williamsport is one of the most b«_>aatiriil and liealUiful places in 
the Sla1(^ It lias n(n'er l)eiMi subject 1o epidoiiiirs of any Innd. No 
sluilenl has IiiIIkm'Io sulTered in health ))v a. residence here. On the 
eontrary, many eoniini^' to the sela^ul sickly, have returned fully I'estor- 
cd. In j)oint of Intellii>'ence and morality the citizens will compare 
favorably with those of any other place. 'I'he location is central and 
accessible from all (juarters. The IJailroads, now completed, bring us 
within a few laturs ride of Mlmira. Danville, I'ottsville, I iarrisbur^'. 
I lollidaysljuri';, rhlladel{)hia and IJaltimorc. No mure desirable po- 
sition tor a Seminary of l/^ai'iiin^^ can be fomid. 

OIUJANIZATION. 

The School is, or!iani/,ed on the most ap]Ji'o\'ed plan, (tf th(^ best In- 

'(ilution:: of New ^'ol'kandNew l-'aiirlaiid. IM'm'nraces ()oth se\(^s. 

Milder the same '•ovei'nmenl and instnicliou. The {'rinclpal's laniilv 

and the 'l\'ach(rs ov'cii])y apartment ' in the buildine; and have a con- 

" hint oversi<rht (»!' all the Student;, 

The Ladies" ])rl\ate and jiublic rooms ai'i' cnlii'ely separate from tlu* 
olhei's, and Ihei'e is no association oi' the .sexes bid in the pi'(*senc(' of 
iht'if i n^ I riiet' »!•.-. 'I'/ic Ltuhi > dinl ( a nih n^m Inii'c /V^^ l',('i'(h>iii aj i,i- ) 
(i/iiiiji^e liC/'c lliLiii (I I liiuuc. 

The h;ippy infinence, ///?/,'//e//// Mr/ /rr/. in lheii'sli!;hl a;-sociation in 
1 he lecitalion i"i)(»ni. al the table, and in ilie public e\ercises of the 
( 'iiape!. 1 ■ In be ,-rcn in the culiivMllon of a cheei'thl and animated dis- 
podlinii.- ill llic foi'mal !on <if L:'i»od iiabils and manners.-- in ardcnl 
dr\ ()1 iofi in :^l ndy and in l!ic atlaimiieiit of hiiih moral character. — 
'f in -e wit!) many oihci' vaiiial'le rcsiills. have estabji.^hcd the lact. that 
ihii be,! plan for a ,-eliooI, is. ac<'oi'din;j' to the eNidenl dc^;i^'n of Trovl 
deiicc ill llic coii-t il iitioii of socicly, on llu' basis of a well i'ee;ulate(h 
(•hi'i-tiaii family. Lutli,- cijiially with the (.'eiitlemcn, ai'i' beniTited in 
llii- arrani'vin^'nl . The ;iuinerous and crowdeil Selioois of this K'ind, 
preadlii'.'; (•\('r llie coimtry, fully at le,:t the cori'ecdie/s of this plan. 



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ACCOMMODATIONS. 

^rhe Buildhigs will accommodate about three hundred students. 1^hey 
are of brick, heated by furnaces in the cellar, and arc well nigh fire- 
proof. T\iQ rooms are large and well ventilated. Jn the entire ar- 
rangement of the buildings, great care has been had for the comfort 
and health of the occupants. The grounds contain about seven acres, 
affording sufficient room for exercise and play. 

BOARDING, &c. 

^rhe Trustees have been able to make new arrangements in the iJoard- 
mg J [all, by which a large expense will be saved to the student Wv 
the following list of prices it will be seen that our total expense is 
(luite as low as that of any Institution of like grade in this state • 
not excepting those schools in which cheap scholarships have been' 
sold. AVedesireand intend to brhig down the cost of education to 
the lowest point possible, and thus afford to the masses, sound, intel- 
lectual, and moral culture. Board, including washing (10 pieces) room 
light and fuel, is $;2,25 per week. 

EXPENSE PER TERM OF TWELVE WEEKS. 



i*reparatory ] )epartment, 
Connnon iMiolish '' 
1 1 igher iMiglish '' 
Classical '' 



TL'ITION. 

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(Jerman and French, each 

Drawing, • . . . 

Monochromatics and Toiychronjatics, (^ach 

Painting in water colors, 

Oil Painting, • • , . 

Piano Music, (with ns(^ of Inslnnneid, for practice) 

N'ocal '* 

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hi vli'w of losses ali'i'iuly iiU'iirrcMl, the Trnsiees, will insist on ])ronii)t 
])aynieiit of all I Jills, at the coninuMiccMneni ol* each IVrni. No 
(led action made (or absence excej)t in cases of protracted sickness. 
Students remaining less than a '1 erm, will be charged at the rate of 
^2, 'AS per week for board. 

ROOMS AND CLOTHING. 

The rooms are furnished with all heavy articles, but the Students 
nnist bring their own sheets (For double beds), pillows, pillow cases, 
blankets, counterpanes, and towels ; and lind their owmi brooms. 

Students should ])e supplied with warm, durable clothing, Jieavy 
boots and shoes, an lunbrella, and a pair oi' slippers to be worn whiK^ 
in the buildi'jg. AH (irtir/c.< i>/' r/otli/nu; s/iDuld he innfulbj iintrlmi nu'lli 
(lie fall jttniic. 

' TERiMS OF ADMISSION. 

1. The student umst be well recouunended as to moral character. 
The school is not designed to be a House of llefuge. 

*J Must arrange, with acting Treasuri'r, all bill;*. 

.'J. Must be willing to take at h^ist lour studies ; unle.^s excnsed by 
tli<' I loard of lnstrnct:(»n. 

1. M list deposit, with the rriiicioal, all ! peiidiii!'; money, to be re- 
turned in such ainoiinls as lif may lliink' hest. 

r>. Musi .<'i\e a.siiraih'c dl" ('(iiiiplianc'' wlih ab tli<' Knlcs and li(\"'- 
nhil i(ti!S ol" tlie Scho(»l. 

N. !*». t-aeli student will be cutisidercd a luiMuber of tlu* In.tilu 
li(tn, luitil dut' iidliei' ; li;il! li:t\e been '.riMMi ol" intention t<t leave, . 

AI'CARA'I'liS. 

'Ilic 1 '•■iiiiii:ir\' ! luriii lird willi :i supciioi' ('(tllcct Ion of a))paratus, 
1m<'v1 licf u iili tull , ft.' ol" ( ;!i»lif:'. Maps and ('liarl-, and a v;ood ( 'aln- 
iift of \1 iiM'i';ii '. 1 Mil Mtlnrdiu"' e\ i'i'\ riUMlII V 'br i llu:'t i'lttion aiitl ex- 

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DiSCU'LINh;. 

Tlie hiclpline Is mild, but llrui ;iiid Imparl I;d, While every en- 
eniif:i<-vnient will be <'I\»n lo tlie ofilei'ly ;ind studinu:', and thie allow- 
anee be made I'nr \'()Ulllf"ul hid I: erelldh , yet the lawlr .; and ri'fVnetorv 
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RELIGIOUS SERVICES. 

h]vcry student is required to attend I'cligious service at the o])ening 
and close of scliool, each day, as well as public worsliij) morning and 
evening every Sabbath, <it sudi place as p(trcn/-^ or gt/r/rrZ/Vr/ix uKUf dcs- 
i^)ia(c. - 

N. I J. — hlach student must be su])i»li(Ml with a liible, to be read 
irilliniil nn/c or sc< far/an n niinciit, in the uiornini^' and evenin"' ocrvicL\: 
ol (lie CliuiH'l. TIk; wlidk' srliddl ivad in cDiiccrt. 



raTERARY SOCIETIES. 

IJesides (hereoul;ir weekly e\(a'eises In < oiupo.at I<>!! and I )ec!ania~ 
tion, tloav are fniu' thmrishlng Literary Soeiejles In the Institution : 
the - |:e|Ies Lelt(a-s," - <;amma hlpsllon;' - Tia|.artlte rnio!!/" and 
'' h.elcctic," each o(" which pi-epares and reads to \\\v school a papi r 
once a month. About 1 :.00 vols, are in the Societies' I/ibrarii'. 



^WAIVV AND DEMERIT. 

A . tl'iet wei'kly record is kept nf ;ill I he (Were; ,('.; (.f 
rom \Nhich ree(»i'd the students will be graded, and th( Ir 
wiil be indicated ui the annual ( 'ata!(»:!ue. 



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A recerd cf <l'auerits aL^n Is l',ept. Tardiness, une\cii.-((l ab.encc,, 
lr(»ni required e,\ei-cl,(^:. and all dis<'rd< riy cetiduet, will , ubjeet the 
st udent to (kauerlt mar!;-. Thi'ce .-r.cli marks \\ til bring a pii\ale re 
preot !M~!nretlie ba(Mllty ; .-i\,a r( [Ueel' betdrc j he l.;idi(,-; (i|'<;(nl!( 
men, a ; the ca-e may be : nine a jiuhhe ie|)iimand belore the w hnlr 
selieol ; and t\\('!\ema\' 'I'd the (>t]Ii)dei' aw a\'. 



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^'cxiaal steady \ouirs uk ii ean ha '> e emphtviu. i 
and thus meet a laiee pdrticii (.!' theli" cvp* uses. 



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^M'hools al,-;o e;in be had by lada- and (onlNmen who de, ire to 
tea<'h. l''r(^<|ueiit ajiplicat lens are maijc Irem a di. stance lor compeleiit 



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C A L E N D A R . 

'Hie Aciuleiiiical }cur I;; divided into three 'Jermo, coiiimeueing as 
follows : 



CO.MMK.NCKS 

1st. Tenii (IH weeks,) Aug. 11], lS57. 

VACATION' OF TIIKKK WEKKS. 

2nd. Term (12 weeks.) Jan. T, 1858. 

:kl. I^crm (12 weeks,) April 2, 1858. 



A WORD TO RARENTS. 



i:m)S 
Dee. in, 1857. 

April 1, 1858. 
June 20,1858. 



1. Try to hav(^ your ehildren liere at the eonnneneenient of the 
TeiMii. The classes ar(^ then formed, and it will be l)etter for all con- 
cerned for the student to start rc'i-ularlv with his class. 

2. If possi!)k\ do not call them away during the session. Ab- 
sence, if only for a lew days, disarranges the classes, and is g(Mierally 
the beginning of irregularity on tlu; part of th(^ si^holar. 

:5. Do not allow youi- cliildren to Iciive the school before the exam- 
inations unless it cannot b(> avoided. Serious inconvenience, to all con- 
c(u*ned, oi'ivn arises from a neglect of this caution. 

•1, Supply them rcrif sjuir/na/i/ \\\{\\ s})ending money. The i'lw. 
use of monty is one of the greatest banc^s of a school, and a fruitful 
source of evil to the stu(kMit. Tareids cannot be too cautious on 
this point. 

5. Select for your child one of th(^ Tnstructoi-s, as a Tatron to dis- 
tribute his funds. In this way. a mort\judicious us(; of your money will 
he made, and yoin* child be ke[)t IVom many tiMUptations. 

N. r.. -Tlie.^e last two suggestions are to be regarded as established 

rules of the school. 



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1 . The hours of study shall be; as follows : 7 to 
12 A. M. ; 1 ; to 5; 7 to !) P. M . 

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

II At the time a|)pointed to attend prayer, recitation, lecture, or 
other exercise, each student shall re[)air (jiucf/i/ (uul pronipf/i/ to th(3 
place designated. 

4. At no time shall any student loiter in the halls, or about the 
doors; or ifidulge in jumping, loud talking, whistling, or any other un- 
necessary noise, or in the use of tobacco, in the buildings. 

5. The students shall not be al)sent from their rooms at ni'dit after 
the hour of study indicated by the ringing of the bell, nor shall they at 
any time, attend parties, or mixed assemblies, wdthout })ermission from 
one of the Teachers ; nor shall they, at any tim(\ visit the taverns, eat- 
ing houses, depots, or other places of public resort, or on any occasion 
indulge in the use of intoxicating]: li(|uors. 

(). All profane and indecent language, playing at games of chance, 
injuring the property of the Institution, or of the citizetis, ((uarreling, 
fighting, or the carrying of fire-arms or other dangerous weapons, is 
strictly forl)idden. 

7. Xo student shall leave the limits of the town for a longer tiuKi 
than one hour without permission. 

8. l^acli student will be held strictly accountable for any damage 
he or she may cause to the Seminary property. 

1). The Teachers and Steward must, at all times, have access to the 
students' rooms, and if it be judged necessary, the rooms will be 
cleansed at the expense of the occupants. 



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10. ( "leaiilinos^! of person imd of iippiircl, and a ,i;*e!itlcinanly and 
lady-Iikc doportment must l)col)servod l)yall. 

1 1. No waior, dirt, or other material, shall be thrown from any win- 
dow in either building-. (>r down the hot air Hues, or into the halls af- 
ter they have been cleaned. 

12. The occupants of the f>oardinj;' House must have their rooms 
swe])t and in order by (> o'clock, A. M., and their lights extinguished 
bv half past ten T. M. 

1 .*). No student will bc^idlowed to go a bathing, fishing, gunning, or 
ridinir, without perj]iission. 

11. Tlu^ sludcnls nuist not visit the kitchens, dlnini!' room, c>r any 
(ttlier room, except thrir own, without peiMuission. 

! ."). The Sabbath musi b(> sirictlv observed by a!!. No walkiir' 
alout, visiting, or nM'i'iving of visits, will be :tllowed. All umst attend 
public Avoivhip twice during tluMkiy, at such })lace as they or tli<'ir 
i.'ii;i]-(li;ins mav ]irc!"ci'. 

Wi. No l;i(|y shall ;it any time reccuvf* calls from gcfdlemen at her 
(>wn room, l-'riends from a (bst;i,nce can sc(^ the ladi(^s in the parlor. 

17. The vouni;' ladles will not b(^ allowed to leave the Seuiinnrv 
L'i'oimds. a! \\\\\ tini(\ \\ithout Txu'iuission. 

1 .S. 'Vhv A\u\v\\\^ ;ii"e e\p(N'tcd to pay pro['er i-cspect to the Steward, 
a ; well as jo all olTicei'^; o[' the Institution. 

\'.y \o student shall change his or liei' ronnj, or boai'ding place, 
wiHiciit special |»ei-inissIon IVoni the l*rincipal. 

'.'(>. No stiKJt nt will b(> piaanitlcd to lease the School, (hn^ini'; its ses- 
sion, williont an e\pr!'-s n'(|iicst from tlu* j>ai'ent or guardian, made to 
tlie ri-ine!pal. 

21. Any student, uho without ju.-t cau.^<', shall fail to att( nd tlie e.\- 
aniination:. will b;> c<»n:;i(l(>re(| as undiM' ecu nre, atid will be so marked 
on flic n<'\t ( 'alaIou,ne. 

'.''_'. rerniission tobeab-ent from any exercise must be obtain<'d, if 
possible, Ix'lorc 1 lio absence occur. 

"!?>. No student will be perinitled to leave any cla-s without the con- 
sent of the I loard of I n.-truct ion. 

L'l. The Ladies and ( icnt lemen must not visit, each other.-^' apart- 
ments, walk oi-ride toLi'ether without, nermission : nor umst thev at aiiv 
time c"n\'ei-,-e to<..'"etlier from the windows.. 



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2'). No student will be allowed to receive visits on the Sab1)ath, or 
during study hour?, except by friends from a distance. 

2G. Students from the neighborhood will not be permitted to visit 
home at such times as will interfere with the regular exercises of the 
school. 

27. Any offending student may be punished, according to the nature 
of the offence, by private or public reproof, suspension, dismission or 
expulsion. 

28. Students dismissed or expelled, are expected to leave the premi- 
ses at once. 

21). No person, not a student, can attend the Society meetings, unless 
])y express permission from the 1^'aculty. 

no. Any temporary prudential regulation for the govcn-nment of the 
school, that the Teachers may see fit to adopt, shall beeijually binding 
with these By Laws. 



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