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CLASSICAL DEPARTMENT. 



GJLJ^SS 1— SEGTIOIsr 1 



NAMES. 



liKSIDEXCRS. 



(kirran, llugli A. 
Dill, William 11. . 
Knt, WolliDgloii li. 
(xray, Edward J. 
Jackson, Clarence (i. 
.loyce, Klijali 
John, (jcorj^e W . 
1/andis, John AV\ . 
Madill, (leori^e A. 
IVarri^, Aul)ray 
(-rawlbrd, Ilulh A. 
Kniery, Kva \'. 

IJeck, James R. 

Conner, Hanmel 

Klse, John 

Hutchison, J. (1. 

K norr, Samuel 

Land is, Joseph 

Lewis, K. J. . 

Lorenz, C. 

Aletzger, George 

Foisal, R. l^iUiory . 

Kmery, Martha 

Hess, Sophia 

Vanfossen, Adaline M. 
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Half Mooii, 

Berwick, . 

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WijsD.r, 

(hilc Onhnrd. Md. 

ly/llidfir^jhrrf, 

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KfUfiston, ]\Id. 
Saloni}, 

McVAraiisnlle, 
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Unlifnx, 
Sijlvdii, 
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Kramer, (jleorge C 
Kramer, AVilliam l\ 
McMurtrie, Daniel 
Showers, Alexander 
Stoltz, Michael 
l^'.bert, Annie M. 
IjOW, Alice 
M ussina, Tiauret la ~ 
Oliver, Annie 
Strayer, Mary 

Ake, M. \'an IJurcn 
IJennelt, 'I'homas 
IJerger, Teter 
Davis, William 
Drake, James S. 
Hirst, A. 
Aliller, Thomas 
Tippett, J. Kmory 
Tobias, Snyder D. 
1'rau,ii:h, Milton 
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Lowe, William 
Miller, Sle])]ien 
Moore, S. (L . 
Xeir, James 
Rieh, Charles D.- 
Swen<rcl, D. h\ 
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Hopper, Kiiima 
Messenger, Maggie 
Miller, Eebecea 
Wiley, Kate 

l^:i«lri(lge, William 0. 
(ireen, Henry day 
(jfroO', Xewton ('. 
Dukes, J. r>. 
Hirst, Homer 
lluber, Simon K. 
Jester, H. F. 
Miller, Wesk^ V. 
Moore, H. R. V. . 
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Curtin, Orlando 
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Jhnddc Pipe Creek. Md. 
Denton, Md. 
Jhilliinore, iMd. 
Gilherf^foirn, 
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Ilorrishirrp:, 
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IJEI'UUTMENT. 



(Christian, Valentine 
Forrester, i'.W. • 
1 Idler, J . V]. . 
niaekburn, Elizabeth 
P»radley, l\at(; A. 
Me (fallen, 4]li/abeth 
Short, Sarah . 

Heek, Mathewll. . 
r.est, Aaron 
P>rown, dames 
Harrows, I^. J. 
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l^]ddy, Lyman 
Forrester, 1. M. 
Harding, W D. 
1 lutton, d. I>. 
Heilman, dohn 
King, S. C 
lieeeh, William 
Ijeaeock, John 
]\ Foyer, ITem-y 
Neeee, K. V. 1>. 
Reed, d . T. 
iruldle, M. F. 
W^oodward, ^'ork A. 
(Unldes, Lizzie 
()Iosh,Mary 
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I\rc(;oi-;i], Alice 8. 
Scott, Kllcii . 
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Walker, James 
Caldwell, Anna C 
Eldridge, Elizabeth 
Fleming, Clara A. 
Fox, Amelia A. 
llampshirc, INIartlia 
McMurtrie, Maria 
Scott, Cornelia 

Davis, Samuel K. 
Decker, K. W. 
Cosli, Frederick 
Harvey, James W. 
ilarvey, William 
Ilerr, Henry 
McCallistcr, A. 
Moon, llicliard N. 
Oliver, Lloyd S. 
Packer, (jieorge 
Ueed Solomon W. 
S human John 
Wentzell Fercival 
(^romwell, Ijucy 
Deal (^arrie 
l''h)ok, Sarah K. 
II ess, i^lizabeth 
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l'(>,^t, lleleii 
\\ (^aver, .M;i;_!i.';ie I'/. 

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< 'onklin, \\'ilii:iui 
I larvey, O. A . 
Levy, J(t:-e|ih 
Mnndoi'll", J. I'\ 
Perrv, ilol.ert W. 
Smith, Simon 
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Newbcrrij, 

WiUiamsport, 

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Jeaiiscillc, 

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Tijrunc, 

Hearer, 
Dascllc, 

iMKvuiii^ville, 
Indl/morc, ALL, 
Sev'hcrrij, 
Sa/oiia, 
New Hajfa/a, 
Biiltnnore, JMd., 
Williani^porl , 

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I lartinan, Julia 
frviii, Belle 11. 
]licli, Rebecca S. 



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Knorr, Caroline 
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StaulK'i", Hencvcl . . Rnnrfovn, 

Whcelaiul, William . . Lijcomni^^', 

Fowler, Ma . , Dankn/c, 

ILillier, Lliza M. . . Jn-.cij Shore, 

II()p])er, Rebecca, . jMoidoursvillc. 

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RESIDENCES. 


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IVilliam^port, 


Hartman, Michael 


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Milton, 


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Williaimport, 


Haines, Mary M. 


Trout Run, 


lloppes, l^ileanor 


Williiwi^port, 


Moore, llattic 


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Shoemaker, INL A. 


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Winegardner, Rel)ecca 


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llulin/^, James F. 
Jameson, David R. 
Ti})pett, Ceori^^e R. 
(lould, l]mma 
Showers, 1 'ranees L. 
Woodward, Pollen M. 
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Kecfer, Daniel 
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Tiiggett, Fisher 
TiOw, 'I\ L»owinan, 
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AV'ise, Samuel 
(Jould, Ellen 
Ffulinii', Klizabeth L. 
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Conner, John 
(N)nuer, 'i'homas 
Fislier, William S. 
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Milker, ( \vrus , 

Mv(>rs, AV^illiam 
Oliver, John C. 
Taeker, Alhe]'! 
Rothroek, Thomas 
Tinsman, Andrew 
Tinsmaii, Peter 
Tritt, 1). V. . 
Walburn, J. 
(J else, i^llen 
Oliver, Af^nies 
(^uinn, Caroline 
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Classical DLrAKTMK.NT, 

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COURSE OF STUDY. 



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Upon completing the following Course, the Student will be entitled 
to a Classical Diploma. To those who omit the Languages, a Scien- 
tific Diploma will be given. Those intending to enter College, and 
others not wishing to complete the Course, can pursue such studies as 
they desire. 

PREPARATORY. 

FIRST CLASS. 
Reading, Spelling and Defining 



Geography, .... 

Arithmetic — Mental, 

'' Written, 

p]nglish Grammar, 

First Lessons in English Composition, 
(j!eneral History, .... 

S E C X I) CLASS 

Reading, Spelling and Dellning, 

(geography and Map Drawing, 

English (jlrammar, .... 

History of the United States, 

h'itymology, .... 

IMiysiology — rrimary, 

Arithmetic, .... 

Algebra — Intellectual, 

AVritten, 
Composition, Declamation and N'ocal Music. 



CLASSICAL AND SCIENTIFIC. 



FIRST T1:RM.— FIRST YEAR. 
r^nglish (irammar, .... 

Modern Ilistorv. . . . . . 

Algebra, 

Latin — 1st Hook, 



Willson. 

Loom is. 

McClintock A-. Crooks. 






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Sanders' Series. 

Monteith. 

Colburn. 

Davies. 

Wells. 

(^uackenbos. 

Goodrich, j 



McXally. 

Wells. 

(-Goodrich, or (^uackenbos. 

Lvnd, 

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Loomis. 

Tower. 

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Advanced Composition 


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Modern History Conti 


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Willson. 


Algebra, 


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Loomis. 


Latin— 2d Book, 


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McClintock & Crooks. 


Greek — Jst Book, 


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McClintock & Crooks. 


Classical Antiquities, 


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Algebra, 


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I^atin — Cicsar, 
Greek — 1st Book, 



McClintock Sc Crooks. 



During the Yeah— Orthography, Eeading, Composition, Declama- 
tion and Vocal Music. 



S F C N D Y K A E — 1^^ I E S T 

Ancient History and (geography. 
Biblical Antiquiti(\^, 

Astronomy, .... 
Natural History, . , ^ 

Geometry, . . . ^ 

Latin — (';esar and Cornelius Nepos. 

(.'reek- Anabasis, 

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S K CO \ 1) TEEM. 

Ancient I [istory iuid (;;('Ogra])]iv, 
Natural Piiiloso])liy, 
Moral riiil()^-oj)]iv, 
< .'eoiiietry, 

Latin— De Senectule and Ovid, 

( .'reek- -Anabasis ; (Jreek Testament, 

THIEJ) TFEM. 

Fhilosophy of History and Chronology, 

( Constitution of U. S. 

Moral I1iiloso])liy, 

Natural [Miilosopliy, . • . , 

Chemistry, .... 



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Willson. 

Nevin. 

Mattison . 

Agassiz. 

Loomis. 

Owen. 



Willson. 

I )raper. 

Wayland. 

JiOomis. 

Owen. 



VV^illson. 

Story. 

Wayland. 

Draper. 

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^Conic Sections, • , . : 

Latin— Virgil and Sallust. 
Greek — Memorabilia and Odyssey. 

During the Year— Composition, Declamation and Vocal Music. 

THIED YFAE — FIEST TFEM. 
Mental Philosophy, ..... Upham. 

Evidences of Christianity, .... Alexander. 

Chemistry, . . ^ Draper. 

^Botany, . , . " . . . Gray. 

Astronomy, .... Eobinson, or Olmsted. 

"'^Trigonometry, (Plane and Spherical,) Mensuration, 

Leveling, Surveying and Navigation, 
LatHi — Cicero's Orations, 
(ireek — ('yropcedia and Iliad. 

s K CO N D ^j^eem: . 

Political l^conomy, 

J^-'Ogic, ..... 

Chemistry, 

"^Mineralogy, . . . , 

Latin — De Olliciis and Livy, 

(jJreek — Iliad and Herodotus. 

T 1 1 I E 1 ) T K E M . 
Ehetoric, ..... 

Butler's Analogy, 

Chemistry, ..... 

•■'Geology, . . . 

'"^Calculus, Dillbrential and Integral, 
Latin— Horace and Tacitus, 
(jlreek — Sophocles and Herodotus. 

I)i Ri\<; Till-: Yk.wi — Composition, Declamation and Elocution. 



Wayland. 

Coppee. 

Draper. 

Dana. 



AVhately. 

hlmory k Crooks. 

Draper. 

Loomis. 

iiOomis. 



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in' .UToiniiti h1,i (ri! lo llic waiiN el' Lai'lii ■- aiiil (Jcut IniH'ii . 



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M o D 1 : E X I. A N (; i; a (; j^ s . 

Text Looks in the (xermax Lax<;i:a(;e. — Ollendorl's Grammar, 
Adler's Eeader, Schiller, (Joethe, Adler's Dictionary. 

Text Books ix the Fkexch Laxceaoe. — Ollendorfs (irammar 
(Value,) De Fivas' Elementary Eeader, Telemaque, ( 'harles XH, Col- 
lots Dramatic Eeader, Eacine, Suremie's Dictionary. 

Oral and written exercises in both languages throughout the ( Jourse. 



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Drawing and Painting.— Superior facilities will be furnished, un- 
der a competent Instructor, for the study and practice of Linear and 
Perspective Drawing, Colored Crayoning, Monochromatic Painting, 
and Painting in Oil, 

Music— Vocal and Instrumental Music will receive special atten- 
tion. Instruction in Vocal IMusic will be given to the whole school, 
at regular periods. 

The ladies are allowed to substitute these branches, together with 
German and French, for some oC the higher studies in Mathematics, 
and ibr the Latin and (jJreek. 

Lhe classes in .Alensuration, Leveling and Surveying, are practiced 
in the use of the (Juach'ant and other Instruments, and in Plotting. 

In the department of Ancient Languages, the classes are practiced 
in oral and written exercises in Latin and Greek, throughout the 
Course ; and, in the Third "I'ear, in writing translations from Latin 
into Greek, and from (Jreck into Latin. In addition to the books 
above named, Zumpt's Latin (Grammar and Kuhner's (ireck Grammar 
are used. 

Anthon's (Hassical Dictionary, Smith's Dictionary of Greek and Ro- 
man Biography and Mythology, Pamshorn's Latin Synonyms, Robin- 
son's Lexicon of the New Testament, and Forbiger's Ancient Geogra- 
l)hy, are recommended as books of reference. 

Regular courses of Lectures will be given in Natural Philosoj)hy 
and (^hemistry ; and occasional lectures on Astronomy, Geology, and 
such other subjects as the wants of particular classes may recjuire. 

The classes in the First Year of Academic studies will have exerci- 
ses in reading and analyzing Milton, Thompson, and other ])oets, in 
connection witli a course of familiar lectures on the principles oi En^'-- 
lisli ( «rannnar. 

A Normal Class will be formed, (when required,) and S})ecial at- 
tention will be given to those who may wish to ])repare themselves for 
ilie important duties of teaclnn'''. 

A P>ij5LieAj- Class will also be formed for the benefit of such as have 
the Ministry in view. 



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LOCATION. 



— Williamsport is one of the most beautiful and healthful places in the 
State. It has never been subject to epidemics of any kind. No stu- 
dent has hitherto suffered in health by a residence here. On the con- 
trary, many coming to the school sickly, have returned fully restored. 
In point of Intelligence and Morality, the citizens will compare fa- 
vorably with those of any other place: The location is central and 
accessible from all quarters. The Railroads, now completed, bring us 
within a few hours ride of l^lmira, Danville, Pottsville, Ilarrisburrr 
IToUidaysburg, Philadelphia and Baltimore, Xo more desirable posi- 
tion for a Seminary of Learning can be found. 

() J^ (; A N 1 z A ^r I () \ . 

The School is organized on the most approved plan of the best In- 
stitutions of New ^^ork and New Kngland. It embraces both sexes, 
under the same government and instruction. Hie l*rinci])ars family 
and the Teachers occupy apartments in the ))uilding ;ind have a con- 
stant oversight of all tlu^ Students. 

The Ladies' private and public rooms are entirely sejxirate from the 
others, and there is i]o association of tlie sexes but in the presence of 
their Instructors. 'I'/if^LaJics and (U-ntlrinrn hare Ics^ fradoin of m- 
Icrroiirsc here lluut at h'Uiic. 

The happy inlluence, nvhuiihi ocrtal, in their slight association in 
the recitation-room, at the tiible, and in the i)ublic exercises of the 
Chapel, is to l)e seen in the cultivation of a cheerful and animated 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 Provi- 
dence in the constitution of society, on the basis of a wtU regulated, 
christian family. Ladies e([ually with the (ientlemen, are benefitted in 
this arrangement. The numerous and crowded Schools of this kind 
spreading over the country, fully attest the correctness of this plan. 



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Tlic buildings will accommodate about three hundred students.— 
'rhey are of brick, heated by iarnaces in the cellar, and are well nigh 
fire-proof. The rooms are large and well ventilated. In the entire ar- 
rangcment of the buildings, great care has been had for the comfort and 
health of the occupants. The grounds contain about seven acres, af- 
lordnig sufficient ro-^m for exercise and i)!ay. 

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'llie Trusters liavc bren ab!r tu make Jiew arrangements in the 
Hoardnig Hall,, i,y wlneli a large expense will be saved to the student 
l>y the lolhnving li>i o\ prin- it will be ,,,n that our total expense is 
'F^iteasl,.wastliat,.r any inslituti.Mi o{ like grade in this State; 
nni excepting th..H'sdinnls in wlncii cheap scholarships have been 
sold. Wg d.-sirc and inlcnd to bring down the cost of education to 
til" lowest point po,..ibl,., un.l thus ailbrd to the masses, sound, intel- 
leetual, and moral culture. Hoard, including washing (lO pieces,) 
room and luel, is >'l:2^) per weels. 

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I'ainting in Water Colors 

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A>.-x)'" 111 \i.'\v of losses already iiU'urred, the Trustees will insist 
pioinpt i)ayment of all iblls at the connnencement of each Term. N., 
'l«''^"<-tioii iiiiule loP absence, except in cases of protracted siJkness' 
^tud.'nts remaining less than a Term, will be charged at the rate of 
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The rooms are furnished with all heavy articles, but the Students 
must bring their own sheets (for double beds,) pillows, pillow cases, 
blankets, counterpanes and towels, and find their own brooms. 

Students should be supplied with warm, durable clothing, heavy 
boots and shoes, an umbrella, and a pair of slippers to be worn while 
in the building. A/l articles of clnthino: sJioidd he rarefidhj marked wit/t 
the fall name. 

C ATKN J) A K. 

The Academical year is divided into three Terms, conunencing as 
follows : 



1st. Term (18 weeks,) 



("OMMKXCES. 

Aug. 19, 1858. 



VACATION OF TWO WEKKS. 



2nd. Term (12 weeks,) 
3d. Term (12 weeks,) 



Jan. 0, 1859. 
April 1, 1851). 



T I] \l M S () F A I) M 1 S S 1 X. 

1. 1'he Student must be well recommended as to moral character. 
The school is not designed to be a House of Ilefuire. 

2. Must arrange, with acting Treasurer, all bills. 

b*. Must be willing to tala^at least four studies, unless excused bv 
the Hoard of Instruction. 

•I. Must (k^posit, with the Trincipal, all spending money, to be re- 
turned in sudi auKmnts as he may think best. 

o. Must give assurance of compliance v/ilh all the llules and 

Regulations ot tlu; School. 

♦ 

N. I>. — l']ach student will be considennl a member of tlu^ Institu- 
tion, until due notice shall have bec^i given of intention to leave. 

A 1* V A RAT i; S. 

Tlu! Seminary is lurnished with a superior colk'ction of a])j)aratus 
together with full sets of (ilobes, Maps and (1iarts,and a good Cabinet 
of Minerals, thus affording every facility for illustration aiul experi- 
ment. 



EXDS. 

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I) 1 S C I P L I X E . 

The Discipline is mild, but firm and impartial. While every en- 
couragement will be given to the orderly and studious, and due allow- 
ance l)e made for youthful indiscretions,, yet the lawless and refractory 
cannot lon^* remain amon^- us. 

Vx i: 1. 1 (I I U S SERVICES. 

Every student is reiiuired to attend religious service at the opening 
iiiid close of school, each day, as well as public worship morning and 
evening, every Sabbath, (// sifch place as jiarcn/.^ or n-uardians may 
dc^i'^iiatc. 

X. n.— Each student nmst be su])plied with a Bible, to be read 
v'tthimJ note or Sectorial] coinnicnt, in the morning and evening services 
of the (liapel. The whole school read in concert. 

L I TERAR Y SO (ME TIES, 

^ Resides the regular weekly exercises in Composition and Reclama- 
tion, there are three nourishing Literary Societies in the Institution : 
tli(^ -Helles Lettres," M^amma Epsilon," and "Tripartite Union," each 
i^{ which i)repares and reads to the school a paper once a month.— 
About \o{){\ vols, are in the Societi(^s" Lil)raries. 

.Al i: IM T A \ I) I) K M K R ] T. 

A , iri<'t wrrk-ly ree( .rd is Ic(^pt of all the exercises of the School, 
In. Ill which n^cord the students will be graded, and their scholarship 

v;iil l)c indic:it('i] in the .'niiinal ( ^ilaloi-iie. 



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i'''iii r'''|;iiivd cMTri •( -, and aj! di orderly eondnet.will su])ject tliestu- 
'i"-^ '•» 'i'liH'n! !ii;n'i:,-. ^Fhive sueh marks will bring a private re- 
]'i"*'"l' '"■*'•"■•' 'li'' I'^ieiilly: six, a n prorjl" jiefore llie Ladies or (;entle- 
^'"■'!-»Mli(' ea.sc iiKiy be; iiinc, a ])id)!ic repriyiand Ix'fore the whole 
S''';'M)| ; and tv.cjve mav :cnd the eflender awav. 

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Sevri-al >1'.;iny young iiicii can have em[)loyiiieiit in the Institution, 
and tlms meet a lar'jv j)ortion (»f their expenses. 

Seliools also can be f.ad by Ladies and ( u^ntlemen who desire to 
^•-^'ii- I'rcfiuent applicatiun.^ are jiiade from a distance for competent 

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A WORD TO PAREXTS. 

1. Try to 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 be 
ginning of irregularity on the part of the scholar. 

ij. Do not allow your children to leave the school before the exami- 
nations, unless it cannot be avoided. Serious inconvenience, to all 
concerned, often arises from a neglect of this caution. 

4. Supply them vcnj 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. 

5. 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. 

X"". B. — These last two suggestions are to be regarded as established 
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DISCIPLINE. 

The Discipline is mild, but firm and impartial. While every en- 
couragement will be given to the orderly and studious, and due allow- 
ance be made for youthful indiscretions, yet the lawless and refractory 
cannot long remain among us. 

R E 1. 1 (1 1 U S SERVICES. 

Every student is recjuired to attend religious service at the opening 
and close of school, each day, as well as public wor.ship morning and 
evening, every Sabbath, ot such place as parents or o-uardiaiis may 
designate. 

^- B.— Each student must be supplied with a Bible, to be read 
without note or Sectarian comment, in the morning and evening services 
of the Chapel. The w^iole school read in concert. 

LITERARY SO C I E T I E S , 

^ Besides the regular weekly exercises in Composition and Declama- 
tion, there are three flourishing Literary Societies in the Institution : 
the ^a^elles Lettres," ''Gamma Epsilon," and ''Tripartite Union," each 
of which prepares and reads to the school a paper once a month.— 
About 1500 vols, are in the Societies' Libraries. 

M E R [ T A X J) 1) EMERIT. 

A strict weekly record is kept of all the exercises of the School, 
from which record the students will be graded, and their scholarship 
will be indicated in the aiiiinal CataloL^iie. 

A n-cord of demerits is also kept. Tardiness, uncxcuscd absences 
from re(|uire(l exercises, and all disorderly conduct, will subject the stu- 
d(Mit to demerit marks. Thi'ce such marks will ])ring a private re- 
proof before the Faculty ; six, a reproof before the Ladies or Gentle- 
men, as the case may be; nine, a public repriyiand before the whole 
scliool : and twelve may s(Mid the offender away. 

T ( ) \ O U \ G M V] N . 

S(^veral steady young men can have employment in the Institution, 
and thus meet a large j)ortion of their expenses. 

Schools also can be had by Ladies and (Gentlemen who desire to 
teach. lM'ef|uent applications arc made from a distance for competent 
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A WORD TO PARENTS. 

1. Try to 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 be 
ginning of irregularity on the part of the scholar. 

3. Do not allow your children to leave the school before the exami- 
nations, unless it cannot be avoided. Serious inconvenience, to all 
concerned, often arises from a neglect of this caution. 

4. Supply them venj sparingly with spending money. Ilie 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. 

5. 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 
rules of the school. , . 



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1. 'J^hc liours of study sliall be as follows : 7 to 
12, A. M. ; ].\ toT) : 7 to !), P. M, 

2. During the liours of study, the studonts sliall not be unnecessarily 
absent from their rooms. 

:>'. At the time appointed to attend prayer, recitation, "lecture, or 
other exercise, each student shall repair iiuul/ij und proinpthi to the 
placi^ designated. _ 

'1. At notimeshall any .-tiidcnl loilcr in th(.' halls, or about the 
doors, or indulge in jum])ing. loud talking, whistling, or any other un- 
necessary nois(\ 01* In the use ol to])acco, in the bulldinus. 

T). 'Die students shall not hi' a])sent from tlu'Ir rooms at night after 
the lioui' <>( study Indicated 1>y the ringing of th(^ bell, nor shall they 
at anytime, attend parties, or mixed assemblies, without jiermlssion 
from one of the 'reaehei's : neir shall they, at any time, visit the taverns 
eating houses, depots. (»r othei' {ilaces ol public resort, or on any occa- 
sion indul'rt' in the u.^e ol' intoxicating lI(iuors. 

(i. All profani' and indecent language, ]»Iaying at games of chance 
injuring the j)roperty of the Institution or of the citizens, (|uarrelin<^ 
fighting, or \\\(' carrying of ln\" arms or other dangerous weapons, is 
strictly forbidden. 

7. No student shall lea\(' the liniil- of the town lor u }on"'ertIme 
than one hour without permission. 

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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. 

10. Cleanliness of person and of apparel, and a gentlemanly and la- 
dy-like deportment must be observed by all. 

11. Xo water, dirt, or other material, shall be thrown from any win- 
dow in either building, or down the hot air flues, or into the halls after 
they have been cleaned. 

12. The occupants of the l^oarding House must have their rooms 
swept and in order by (5 o'clock, A. M., and their lights extinguished 
by half past ten 1*. M. 

1*>. No student will be allowed to go a bathing, lishing, gunning, or 
riding, without permission. 

11. The students must not visit the kitchens, dining w)om, or any 
other room, excei)t their own, without })ermission. 

lo. 'i'he Sabbath must be strictly observed by all. No walking 
about, visiting, or receiving of visits, will be allowed. All must attend 
public worshij) twice during the day, at such place as they or their 
guardians may prefer. 

I (J. No lady shall at any time receive calls from gentlemen at her 
ovv'u room, h'riends from a distance can see the ladies in the parlor. 

IT. The young ladies will not be allowed to leave the Seminary 
grounds, at any time, without })ermissin!i. 

\>^. The students an*, expected to ];)ay i)ro[>i;r res])eet i<> the Steward, 
as well as to all olhcers of tlie Institution. 

l:>. No student shall changt! his or her rooiu. or l,>oarding i)lace, 
without special pei'mission from the l*rincij)al. 

20. No student will be ])ermitted to leave tlu.; School, during its ses- 
sion, without an e.\]n"ess re(|uest from the parent or guardian, made to 
tlie l^rincipal. 

21. Any student, who without just cause, shall fail to attend the ex- 
aminations, willl)e considered asunder censure, and will be so marked 
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22. rcrinission to be absi'iil from any exercise must be obtaiued, if 
possible,, before the absence occur. 

23. No student will be permitted to leave any class without the con- 
sent of the Board of Instruction. 

21. The Ladies and (;ientlemen must not visit each others' apart- 
( ments, walk or ride together without permission ; nor must they at any 
J time converse toircthcr from the windows. 



25. Xo student will be allowed to receive visits on the Sabbath, or 
during study hours, except by friends from a distance. 

2(). Students from the neighljorhood will not be permitted to visit 
home at such times u;; wi'l interfere wKli Die re.mdar exercises of the 
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27. Any offending student may l)c punished, according to the nature 
of the ofTence, l)y private or public reproof, suspension, dismission or 
expulsion. 

'2^. Students d:-niissed or expelled,, ai'c ex])ected io leave the premi- 
ses at once. 

2!). No person, not a >tudent, can attend the Society meetings, un- 
less by express permission from the Faculty. 

30. .Vny temporary prudential regulation for the government of the 
school, that the Teachers may see lit to adopt, shall be equally binding 
with these IJv-Laws. 



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Two Uanks of Keys. Five Sets of Ueeds, lM*ght Stops, One and a Half Octave 
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Manufactory, corner of Niai^-ara \. ^laryland Streets, EufTalo. 

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. lie authors oi the present work liaJ at lirst the intention of preparing for 
Vmerican schools and colleges, u Tr<r,i,/at:nn ot the excellent Latin-German b\;hool 
.l.e,Mcon ol 1 rotessor ln-er.<lev. The plan o( the work seemed to them to be a 
<K'C!de.l nnprovement m F/atin Lexicography, and to meet more fully than its pre- 
decessors the wants ol sli.d.M.ts. They liad not proceeded far, hovvever, in their 
i^iiiors, ociore they became aware of tiie necessity of recasting many of the arti- 
e.es, ami ,,1 adding new oius. They .lecided, therefore, to prepare an entirely in- 
"•pendent u-ork, using the i. -xicon of Ingerslev only as a l.asis. For this purpose 
>iie "l'";:-''l !''xical literature has Iieen earefuiiy examiiied-espcciailv the recent 
works ol Dr W.Mnilh, C^orges (the la^t edition of lsr,5,) Koch and Klots- 
•■"<n a:i .,! V, lica, nuiuei-,,us suggestion,^ have I.ecn ,lerivcd and a(klitions made. 

!"■■ ■-••'I'.ol Lexicon .>! I'r„r. lugvr.K.v iiusmcl.in (ierinany, with eAtraordinarv 

s.ic.H-,-, ;•-; appears Ireni the encomiums oi' eminent ( Jerman scholars. 'I'he ^raises 

"I lii- '■nlie^arc ( .peeutfy l,e,,!owed iijion llie excellence of I n-crslev's ijlan' \Vc 

live 1,;,,,,, .,,.eai pams to preserve jor ,,ur w,,rk all of the characleristic f-alnrc^ of 

i.os piaii. and at tlii'.siui' iim- to miiu-ow it jn the exccuti(m of delaiM 

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L 1 ih-' ();;j(;i.\ of (.-adi woi'd, wlicr;.' it is Kii-iwii. 
i). A r<,.Mi'A!;is().\ of itiiporiant words Vv-ilh tiicii- syiKMiyins 
*'■ n.ni;i.- NoTin.;s(,r proj,.,- naiiius, and of tlir udja-tiv^s (Imvcd from tliem. 

ui:c<).\iMi':\!).\'ri()\s. 

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|!-'r(»in f>;;. i'CKsTKj.v, !I ,'!.• I'r!i-^;;i. | 

Ihavo f()un.l. froin ;i ci.rofiil iisf-olit, that, it lullvaii.swors J<s;iiiM ^n!,;,!, ; ., ,,,.,1 
sUKlents, and that it connnonds itself, ahov. other works of the 'm k- •, .r.'/rlT'r "' 
terials, a skilful a mii.-ement and development of sioniiications • m 1 , <-l, ' , ,' Vv "''":"""/'' '"■- 
ment of synonyms. It wiU^^ive mo plcninn. ,-. .onu-ibute\o V^elronlalH;;:. " '"""" ^"' '""- 

<'i:noKS ANJ) s< iii;>; - i.a r, x i;\,.i.isii [jv ,,•(. v. 
[From Uw. Kov. Dr. .i.ju.s Aiiv.j,iM,M k, .Ncu V.ik.| 
I am acquainted vsith In-erslov'< Latin I/^xicon,and b.-lieve i' ft. 1 ,■ m. ;„' , ,„ ,],.,,,,, , , , • " 

cons now extant mCJermany. itt^l.-.l, tins is the testimony ol t.t.ny .■! the 1, e.l ■ ;w n ■' I t.'Ti ' "" 
well as of manv eminent selmlars. ^ ' '0 ' ' t-it m .^i ,^\ ni,.,i.i.il i,,,,.],. ,... ;,^ 



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Cans't Thou Ask Me to Forget ? 

Lament, (to mj Mother,) 

Oliver Polka, 

One Story is Good Till Another is Told, 

Verbena Waltz, 

Meet Me by Moonlight, (\^ar.) 

Dahlia Polka, 

Sounds of the Past, 

Old Time, 

Oatland Polka, ^ . . . 

Place I Call My Home, 

Siren du Danube, (Mazurka,) 

Metripolitan Waltz, 

Portsmouth iSchottlsch, 

AfTection, 

Lancers' Quadrilles, (with correct figures) 

Faintly Flow, Thou Falling Pivcr, (duet. 

Old Mill . . ^ . 

Ella Polka. ..... 

Have Faith ill One Another, .... 

Young Ladies' ^ larch, .... 

Our National Flag, . ... 

Adagio, ...... 

Old Dominion Keels. ..... 

I Look to Thy TjOV(\ 

Scenes That 1 have Loved, ^ . . . 

Traveling Polka, .... 

^Educational ()nick Si od. 

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Dream riUnd Waltz, .... 

O, I have Fjoved TIirH\ .\n!ii(\ .... 

Oem Waltz, ..... 

Famlico Waltz, ..... 

March de la Peine, .... 

San Souci Mazurka ..... 

Ah, 1 have Sighed to Kest, (Trovatore), 

(^ift Polka, , . . . 

On l^iltic l>illows, .... 

(^aily thro' Life I Wander, (1'raviata.) 
[*arsion, .... 

Medora Song, ..... 

Spring Flower Schottisch, 

Murio and her Sister, (Wmt.) .... 

I could Roam, ..... 

Fire-Side, ...... 

Dance of the Birds, ; . . . 

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