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Hon. John Smith, 

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W I L L I A M S P R T DICKINSON SEMINARY. 



FACULTY. 



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Rev. THOMPSON MITCHELL, D. D., President, 

3Ioral Philosophy and Belles Leitres. 

J. W. FERREE, A. M.J 

Mathematics and Practical Astronomy. 

Rev. WILLIAM H. DILL, A. M., 

Ancient and German Lanyuayes. 



Rev. THOMAS CARE, A. M. 



WILLIAM LIGHTON, 



Miss M. R. CALDER, 



Mrs. L. M. STUART, 



Miss L. A. FISK, 



H. C. MOVER, 



Miss M. RAKER, 



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Nataral Scic7ice, 



Instrumental and Vocal Music 



Preceptress a /id Teacher of French. 



Paintiny and Drawiny, 



Instrumental Music. 



Commercial a?id Prepar'/torjf Departments 



Primary Pepartmcnt. 



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v((s ('onferred iqxm tltc follow hig Ladies and Gendemen: 



* LowH. Alice 

Sl'ONILLE, JlI.IA 



.' Bowman, Simon S. 
^ P>URNLEY, Charles W. 
Campbell, Frank C. 

.^ ClIL'RCH, F. E. 

Dill, ]\[elville R. 

Faunce, John E. 

Sadler, Wilbcr F. 

Taylor, John W. 
-.*• \'a.\i»krslh;e, Jon\ A. 
-^ ^\'AY, Edwin F. 

* VoCLM, JoSEI'H J. 



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NAMES. 



Aiisp.'icli, SuSiUl 
Armstrong, Elizjibelli 
B;ikcr, ^Iiiiy J. 
Biirton, Flora A. 
Bastian, Mary E. 
Bechdle, Mary A. 
Bennett, Marv A. 
Benton, Frances E. . 
Bowinati, Mary Ft. 
Boy n ton, I'^dith 
Calder, Ahna 
Caldwell, Ella V. . 
Cluunberlin, (.'arrie E. 
Cooper, Annie M. 
('nniinings, Jennie L. 
(Jranier, Cariie S. 
Crawford, Elsie J. 
(.'rawfbrd. Mai-y 1]. 
Crissnian, M;n-y M. 
Cr()\\ iioM'r, Annie B. 
Denniston, Mary 
Dnnkle, Julia A . 
Flder, Fannie J. 
I']ldred, Mary 
Essington, Nina A. 
Freeman, O. 
Frow, El lie M. 
(ieis, Amanda }\. 
CilmorCj Clara . 



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LADIES. " 



RESIDENCES. 



3I(:Alavy' s Furl. 

FdrranusciUc. 

Howard. 

MontourxrlUc. 
lloivunl. 
Montoursrille. 
l*(>rf Allef/lunni . 
Wil/i'nnsjiorL 
CledTjiehl. 
F(/t/in/niI,\ 

.Ldci^hurij . 

Jiodlshu !'(/ . 
AhiKi . 



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NAMES. 



(lilmore, Mary 
(load, Olivia 
Gotwalt, Lillie 
(xuthric, Lizzie . 
Ilartmaii, Clara 
Ilartinan, lladdassah 
llayward, Alice 1>. 
lleivly, Mary 
llofrinan, Clara 
Howes, Abbic 
Jack, Lizzie M. 
Jack, Annie M. 
Jackson, Jennie IL 
Jameson, Marv 
Jameson. Sallie 
Kerst, M. E. W. 
Lehman, 8. J. 
Levan, Mary 
Lo\\e, Alice 
Lynn. Jennie 
^lann. I'^mma J. 
Mai-sliall, MarLicra A. 
Marsliall, Tillie M. 
-Martin. \'ir:,nnia 
Mason. Lillie 
Ma-sey, Annie IL 
Mauek, Sallie K. 
M.Alll^ter. bla A. 
Mciluiiicy. A in lie J . 
Mcriui-e. K;ile A. 
MrClure. M;irv M . . 
Mci 'oW e!l, 1 IM 

M<(!i(, !\;i;e 

M.M;MliLi;ll. k. J. 

Miller. >L;All.e 
Miller. Anna 
M itelicll. M . Ji li n •«■ . 
Mitelirll. M,,.M,|,. ,1. 

Mn.-,-ina. M.trv 
.M_\ tun. Jennie A . 
N;!.^li. r\'inn;e S. 
Xen: >^uc L. 



RESIDENCES. 



William sp or t . 
Stockton. 
William sport. 






Pliiladclphia, 
Williamsport. 



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. Flmira, N. Y. 

JJoalshurg . 

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Berwick. 
WiUlamsp)ort. 



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Lime Ridfjc. 

Washington^ D . C. 

Ijock liar en. 

MoaJuDinon. 
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Wil /ia/ii sport . 
Jfaivlrj/. 
Pliiladclphid . 
Millhdm. 
. Sprinnjidd Finiiacc 
McAhtrjf s Fort. 

Wit/io/nsjiort , 
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. Li'jJit Sir erf, 
( 'unri))s)'illc. 
!l lUitnnsport . 

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Mr Veytojrn. 
WiJIifmiSjiorl . 
West lliirrec. 
Painted, 7V;.s7, A: V- 
. rotter's Mills. 



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NAMES. 

Payne, Laura H. 
Piper, Lizzie 
Quiggle, N. Belle 
Rank, Helen L. 
Ransom, Kate E. 
Reighard, Sophia 8. 
Reese, Josephine 
Riddle, Fannie M. 
Ritehey. F. E. 
Robinson, Mary J. 
Ruch, Mercy F. 
Ruch, Marion (J . 
Scoville, Julia E. 
Shackleton, Jessie 1'. 
Slate, Rosa 
Smith, Annie M. 
Spottswood, Lucy M. 
Sturteyant, R. J. 
Sturteyant, ^L E. 
Taylor, Frank 
Torrencc, Yirge 
Torrence, S. Ellie 
Updegraff, Lizzie 
Updegraff, Mary E. 
Updcgraff, Sallie 
Vanderslice, Mary E. 
Van Gasken, Mary F 
Van Ness, Jerusha E. 
Wallace, Clara L. 
Watson, Frances 
Watson, Frances E. 
Weaver, Mary E. 
Willctts, Hannah 
Winegardner, R. C. 
W^incgardner, Sallie 
Wood in, Dora . 
Woodward, Jennie 
Woodward, Ella M. 
Wrighter, S. (;. 
Wyckofr, Elizabeth 



RESIDENCES. 



Williamspjort . 
Williamsjyorf . 
McElhatten. 
]jewishur(j. 
Williajnsjtort. 



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Lewislmrf/ . 
lloivard. 
DcfranceriUe. 
Salladashur;/^ 
Williamsj/ort. 



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Ennisvillr. 
Williams port . 
Osceola Mills. 



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H^arrior's Mark 
Danville. 

Will lams port . 
Neuj Berrtf. 
Uodinesville. 
Pho'ui.i rifle. 
Shanie)kin . 
Baliimori . 
Milton. 
Willianisporl . 
Lamar . 
Mojitotn\rvillr. 
Brooklyn^ X. ) 
Williamfport . 

Berfrick. 
Williamsjxirt . 



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NAMES. 



RESIDENCES. 



Black, J . 
Calder, Myni 
Gotwalt, Mrs. T. 1). 
Gould, Sallie 
Hepburn, Mrs. Ida 
Hepburn, Jannette 
Hess, L. 
Hess, S. 

Piatt, MarvM. . 
Rhoads, Mrs. 
Spottswood, i\Irs. ^V 
kStrayer, Mary 
Strayer, i\Irs. Jj. 
Tiiisman, L. 



'AINTINCI Oil MUSIC. 

Williamaport . 
Eqidniink, 
Willimaspori . 

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Alexander, Win. K. 
Amnion, J. W. 
Armstronfr, Janns 
Atlierton, A. 
Ay res, CD. 
Baird, James II. 
Baird, James H. 
Baynton, W. N. 
Benton, V. 11. 
Blark, L. 

Blaisdell, F. (». 
Bowman, S. S. 
Boynton, A . I". 
BoyntDn, Ira N. 
Broadhent, (i. S. 
Bressler, H. J. 
Burnley. (;. W . 
Burnley W. 
('alvert, C. M. 
('ampbell, V. C. 
("an field, J. 
('arpenter, K. 
(Jhnrch, F. F. 
(;iark, B. M. 



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Millhdiii. 
Jyewishun/. 

Willldmsporf . 
Phil'ip,'ihurg . 

IVilliam.y/orf. 

Jlcincr',s Run. 

Drury's Run. 

Far rands villa. 

Port Allcfjluini/. 

Willianisport. 
II 

Millt'r.shar//. 
Clearfield. 

Sfr(>ud,sJ)(ir'j . 
Jjaniar. 
rpper I)nrln/. 

Williafn.sporf . 

II 

Hal s( 0)1. 
I^liiladelphiti , 
Wini(ini,y-pi)rf . 



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NAMES. 

Clees, Thomas 0. . 
Cleveland, J. G. 
Corson, W. F. 
Crawford, W. B. 
Crawford, W. F. 
Davis, S. 
Dietrick, W. M. 
Dill, M. R. 
Ebner, G. W. 
Edkins, W. G 
Eld red, F. B. 
Eldred, H. L. . 
Else, J. F. 
p]ssington, H. C. 
Evans, Thomas 
Faunee, J. E. 
Fan nee, C. E. 
Fields, C. J. 
Finley, J. 
Forseman, J. 
Frantz, J. C. 

Fredericks, (i. W. 

Fulmer, J. H. 

Fulmer, H. R. . 

Gearhart, W. M. 

(Jilmore, (J. 

Gil more, J. A. 

Gortner, J. Ross 

(J ray, S. Durbin 

(ireen, (J. V . 

Griswold, A. J. 

Hammond, W. A. 

Harlan, E. W. 

Harris, W. 

Haves, J. K. 

Heilner, S. A, 

Hei)burn, V. 11. 

H(!pburn, E. A. 

Himes, T. B. 

Hollo])eter, S. C . M. 

Hopson, W. R. 

Honsel, M. L. 



KK.SIDKNCES. 

Mont (/iirsr Hie. 

(h'irell. 

William-sporl . 
II 

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.Difnd((ff. 
William i<p or t. 

Fspij. 
Montoarsoille . 

William sport. 
Shijqntn. 

Williarnyport . 
Salona. 

Williai/is-i>(>rt. 
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r/tiladel/diia. 

MilneHville. 

WillianisporL 
II 

Mancij. 

Oueen'^s Run. 

Williui/ts/jort . 
n 

Danville. 
Willia/tvs-port. 

Warrensville. 
Iluntersvilh'. 
Half Moon. 
Win ianisj>ori . 
Sliipjitti. 
Widianishur;! . 
Muurh CJiunl. 
liuck Horn. 
WiUi'imsiiurt . 
JjXjlens. 
WilliantsiK-rl . 

Nviv Oxford. 
Watsont(nvn. 
New Haven, Conn. 
Willianv''port . 



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NAMKS. 



1 1 HIT, G. 

Imboden, M. K. 
Jackson, (/, B. 
James, Harrv 
Jameson, W. P. 
Jameson, D. R, 
Kahler, J. H. 
Kander, S. S. 
Kanp, vS. L. 
Keitrer, A. P. 
Keller, J. A . 
Kelhuii, L. II. 
Kelly, M. K. 
Kiiiihall, ('. f.. 
Kino-, \V. li. 
Kinnian, T. P. 
Kline, C. W. 
Knowh's, A . \\ 
Koons, P. L. 
Kreidci', J. II . 
Kiintz, A. L. 
Kiiiitz, ];. J. 
Lainl, J . ( '. 
Lainl. T. J. 
Lancf. \\ . 
Lance, I). II. 
L<-('. P. P. 
I.c-lici-. W. C. 
Liu'-'*-it. 15. 
l/i|'I»<'ii((»tt. ( '. 1 ). 
Litzmiicf-. W. S. 

Lit/Cllln, I'.j^ Ij. 
L<)\c|;!1h1. |{. |>. 

McAlli>f(.|\ O. .1. 
.M<'( ';iini. 1\ S. 
McCaiiii. W . A. 
M.C.inn. (\ <;. 
MrCnrty. \\ . .1. 
McDowell. A. . 
.Mc(iinn('s-. \\ . 
MrMinn. J. II. . 
Mc-Minn. (\ \ . L. 
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RE81DKXCES. 



Armstrong. 
AnnvUle, 
Berwick. 
JeanesviUe. 
William sport . 



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Miller shurg, 

Tiiusville. 

Home Town. 

Chamber sburg. 

Center Hall. 
Mauch Chunk. 

Williamsport . 
J/ittle Meadows-. 
Larry's Creek. 
Laurelton. 
Salladaaburg . 
Mauch Chunk. 

William sjjort . 
Annville. 
Cherryvi/le. 



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Ifughesrilh. 
WiUiajnaport . 
f*lyiiwuth . 



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(Uen Hope 
Cdhinet. 
Na.Hhcille 
Wil/ia//iSfj(,)i 

Cabinet. 

Ltiiiar. 

Spriny/ield Furnace. 

II (nianisftorf. 
n 

Mu/icy. 
flight Street. 
Linden. 
Williamsporf . 
West Chester. 
. Muncy Station. 



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NAMES. 



Melick, P. W. . 

Melick, 0. B. 

Melick, W. D. 

Menges, W. E. 

Milliken, M. J. 

Mitchell, M. J. 

Mitchell, J. H. . 

Meyer, A. J. 

Moyer, E. W. 

Meyer, R. D. 

Mndge, W. S. . 

Mulford, J. W. 

Mnmma, D. 

Mnndy, R. W. 

Mundy, 11.8. . 

Mundy, W. A. S. 

Mnssina, J. L. . 

Myers, G. 11. 

Myers, W. V. . 

Neal, G. P. . 

Neely, T. B. 

Norcross, W. 11. 

Otto, L. M. 

Otto, n. 11. 

Pierce, 8. 

Pott, J. C. . 
Quinn, G. 11. 
Ranghley, J. T. 
Richmond, F. V. 
Roos, C. 
Rnnyan, 0. W. 
Sadler, W. F. 
Sangree, P. 11, 
Sclilosser, G. W. 
8('hocli, A, Z, 
Showers, J . 
Slate, II. 
Slate, W. J. 
Smith, S. C. 
Snyder, K, P. 
Snyder, W.H. . 
Spot ts wood, W. F. 
Sterling, W. V. 



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Liyht Street. 



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Montgomery Station . 
Shippen. 
Williamsport. 



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Summit Uridye, Del. 

I/arri,sbury. 

WiUianisjjort. 



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Aiidenried. 
Williamsport. 
Montourscille. 
Philadelphia. 
First Forks. 
Armstrony. 

Troy. 
Wllliamsporf . 

Denton, Md. 
Williamsport . 

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IHchinson. 
J'otter's Mills. 
Middleto/r/ij Md. 
Middlebury. 
Weir icksf own. 
Williamsporf . 



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Fnniscllle. 
LeJiiyh (Uip. 



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Williamsport . 
Roach ville^ Md. 



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NAMES. 

Stmwbridgo, J. (\ 
Swartz, S. I*. 
Swift, J.V. 
Tate, M. W. 
Taylor, J. W. . 
Taylor, W. II. 
Thomas, J 
Thorne, W. A. 
Townsend, W. F. 
Troxall, D. II. 
Ulman, M. F. . 
Vanderslice, J. A. 
Van Ness, C. 
Wait, E. N. 
Way, E. AV. 
Wheelock, W. E. 
White, G. P. 
Wilson, T. P. S. 
Wise, J. T. 
Wise, C. R. 
Woodkok, 
Yeager, G. H. 
Yocuni, J. J. 

Vt)uni2:nian, S. L. 



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RESIDENCES. 

William sjwr/. 
Tyler stown . 
Willi amspor/ . 
Clearfield. 
Lees y^ Roads. 
WiUiamsport. 

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Nciv Oxford. 
William s^fort. 

Pha'nixnillv. 
Baltimore. 

WiUiamsport. 
Kaindt Square. 

WiUiamsport . 

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MoHtoursville. 
WiUiamsport . 
Speersville. 
Georgetown. 
North umherland. 
WiUiamsport. 



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OF STUDY. 



Upon completing the following- Course, the Student will be entitled to the 
Degree of Bachelor of Arts. To those Avho omit the Languages, a Scientific 
Diploma will be given. Those not wishing to complete the Course, can pursue 
such studies as they desire, subject to the action of the Faculty. 

]^ R E P A R A T R Y . 



F I R S T C L A S S . 

Reading, Spelling and Defining, 

Geography, . . . . . 

Arithmetic — Mental, .... 

'' Written, . . . . 

English Grammar, .... 

First Lessons in English (Joni))Ositi()n, 
General History, 

S E C () X I) C L A S S 

Reading, Spelling and Defining, 

Geography and Map Drawing, 

PiUglish Grammar, . . . . 

History of the United States. 

Etymology, 

Arithmetic, • • . . . 

Composition and Declamation. 



Sanders' Series. 

. Monteith. 

Brooks' . 

Loom is. 

Wells. 

Quackenbos. 

Goodrich. 

Willson's. 

. . . McNally. 

Wells. 

(Goodrich or Quackenbos. 

Lvnd. 
Loomis. 



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English (irammiiT. 

Modern History, 

Algebra, 

Latin — 1st Hook, 



Wells. 

Willson. 

TiOomis. 

McClintock k Crooks. 



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S K C N I) T E K M 



Advaiu'cd Coiui)osition {iiid Rlietorir, 
Modern History — continued. 
Algebra, . . . • 

Latin — -'id Book. 
Greek — 1st Book, . 
Classical Anti([uitie's. 



Quaekcnbos. 

Willson. 

Loomis. 

McClintock k Crooks. 

McClintock k Crooks. 

Baird. 



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Advanced Composition and I'Jictoric, 

Physical Geogra])hy. ....•• 

Physiology. . . . 

Algebra, .....•• 

Latin — Ca'sar, ..•••• 

Creek— 1st Book, . • . , McClintock & Crooks. 

1)i:rin(; thk ykak— ( >rthogra})hy, Heading, Composition, Declamation and 
\'ocal Music. 



(^)uackenbos. 

Warren. 

Hitchcock. 

Loomis. 

Bnllion. 



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^Kr O N D ^' K A B— F 1 B S T T K B M . 

Anciciii History and Geography. .... 

IViblical Anti((nitics, ...... 

Astronomy, ..... 

Zriologv, ....'• 

Geometry. ..... 

Latin — -Ca'.-ar and (;oniclius Ncpos. 

Greek — Anal )asis. . 

Latin Pi'osc Composition. .... 

S E C () N 1) T ]•: B M . 

Ancient liislorv :(n(MieogrM})hy, 

Natnral Philosophx . .... 

Mental Pliilo-oi>hy. . . . . • 

Geometry, . • • • • 

Latin — l)e Sencetnte and Ovid, 

(;,.(,(.], — Anaba,-<is; G'.-eek Testam'ait, 

Ijatin Prose Composition, .... 

TIM B I) T E i: M . 

Blietoiic . . . . • • 

]^liiloso]i]iy (){■ History and ( "lifoiU)logy, 
Constitntion of Lnited States. 

Mental Bhilosopliy, .... 

>,atnral Philosoph}', . . . • • 

••■■Conic Sections. . . . • • 



Willson. 

Nevin. 

Mattisons Burritt. 

Agassiz. 

Loomis. 

• 

Owen. 
Anthon's. 

Willson. 

Wells. 

Lpham. 

Loomis. 

• 

()\ven. 
Anthons. 

('op))ec. 

Willson. 

Siieppard. 

Ilpham. 

Wells. 

Loomis. 






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Latin — Virgil and Sallnst, ..... 
Greek— Memorabilia and Odyssey, . . ' . 

Latin Prose Composition, ..... 

During the Year — Composition, Declamation and Vocal Mnsic. 



Owen. 
Anthon's. 



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THIRD YEA R— F I R S T T E R M . 

Moral Philosophy, ....•• 
Evidences of Christianity, .... 

Chemistr}^, ...••• • 

Botany, ....••• 
^Trigonometry, (Plain and Spherical,) Mensuration, Leveling, 

Surveying and Navigation, .... 

Latin— Cicero's Orations, .... 

Greek — Cyropa^dia and II Had, .... 

Latin and Greek Prose Composition, 

SECOND T E R M . 

Political Economy, . . . • . 

Logic, .... 

Geology, 

■-^Analytical Geometry, . . • • • 

■■•'■Mineralogy, ..•••• 

■-^•Mechanics, ...•••• 
Latin— De Ofliciis Livy, .... 

Greek — Iliad and Herodotus, .... 

Latin and Greek Prose Composition, 



Wavland. 
Palev. 

Wells. 

Gray. 

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Loomis, 

Owen. 
Arnold's. 



Wavland. 

Coppee. 

Wells. 

Loomis. 

Dana. 

Smith. 



Arnold's. 



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Butler's Analogy, ..... 

Chemistrv, ...••• 

Geology (continued,) ....•• 
■^Calculus, Differential and Integral, 

^Practical Astronomy, ...••• 
Use of the Globes, . 
Latin — Horace and Tacitus, . . . . • 

(jreek — Sophocles and Heroilotus, .... 
Latin and Greek Prose Composition, . . . . 

Durinm; the Year- Composition, Declamation and Elocution 



l'>mo!\' i's: Crooks. 

W^ells. 

Wells. 

Loomis. 

Loomis. 

Keith. 



Arnt)Id"s, 



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MODERN LANGUAGES. 

Text Books in the German Languagb — Wooill)iuy's Method with Germun, 
Woodbury's Reader, Schiller, Goethe, Adler's Dictionary. 

Text Books in the French Language — Fasquelle's French Course, Collo- 
quial Reader, Telemaque, Racine, Paul et Virginie, Charles XII, Rene Atala, 
Surenne's Dictionary. 

Oral and written exercises in both languages throughout the course. 



ORNAMENTAL BRANCHES. 



Draaving and Painting. — This department receives liberal attention. Supe- 
rior facilities are furnished, under a comi)etent Instructor, exclusively devoted 
to this department, for the study and practice of Linear and Perspective 
Drawing, Pastel and Monochromatic Painting, Painting in Oil, and in Water 

Colors. 

Music. — ^lusic receives special attention. 

The ladies are allowed to substitute these branches, together with German 
and French, for some of the hiirher studies in Mathematics, and for the Latin 
and Greek. 

The classes in Mensuration, Leveling and Surveying, are i)racticed in the 
use of the Quadrant and other instruments, and in IMotling. 

In the de})artment of Ancient Langungcs, the classes are practiced in oral 
and written exercises in Latin and Greek, throughout the Course; and, in 
the third year, in writing translations from Latin into Greek, and from Greek 
into Latin. In addition to the books aboA e named, Ziim[)t's Latin Grammar 
and Kulmer's Greek Grammar are used. 

Anthon's Classical Dictionary, Smith's Dictionary of Greek and Roman 
Biof^raphy and Mythology, Ramshorn's Latin Synonyms, Robinson's Lexicon 
of the New Testament, and Forbigei-'s Ancient (reography. are reconnnended 
as books of reference. 

Lectures will be gi\en iVoni time lo time in llie vai'ioiis departments. 

The classes in the First Year of Academic studies ha\e exercises in reatling 
and analvziniiMilton, Thompson, andothei- poets, in connection with acourse 
of familiar lectures on the i)rinciples of Kni-iish (hammar. 

A Normal Class will be forme*!, (when retjuii-ed,) and sjiecial attention 
will be <'-iven to those who may ^\■i-ll lo prep:ire themsel\('S fbi" the im])ortant 
duties of te^aching. 

A Biblical Class willal-o be formed foi the henelit (W' such :i> havr the 

Ministrv in view. 

Co.mmercial Department. — in this, Lectures on Connnercial Law , Political 
P>'onomv and Mercantile Etiquette will \>c given. The conrse inclnd(\^ all that 
is requisite to the Practical Accountant. 



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LOCATION 



WiLLiAMSPORT is ouc of the most beautiful and healthful i)laces in the State. 
It has never been subject to epidemics of any kind. Many coming to the 
School sickly, have returned fully restored. The location is central and 
accessible from all quarters. The Railroads, now completed, bring us within 
a few hours ride of Elmira, Lockhaven, Danville, Pottsville, Harrisburg, 
Hollidaysburg, Philadelphia, Baltimore and New York, No more desirable 
])Osition for a Seminary of Learning can be found. 

O R (I A N I Z A T 1 O N . 

The School is organized on the nu)st approve(l plan of the best Institutions 
of New York and New England. It embraces both sexes, under the same 
government and instruction. The President and the other members of the 
Faculty occui)y apartments in the building, eat at the same tabic, 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. 
7'hc Ladies and (iadlcnien Jtacc less freedom of intercourse In re than at home. 

The happy intluence, niataalhf exerted^ in their slight association in the reci- 
tation-room, at the table, and in the public exercises of the ('hapel, is to be 
seen in the cultivation of a cheerful and animated disposition. — in the forma- 
tion of good habits and manners, — in ardent devotion to study, — and in the 
attainment of high moral character. These Avith many other valuable results, 
have established the fact, that the best i)lan for a School is, according to the 
evident design of Providence in the constitution of societv. on the basis of a 
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ACCOMMODATIONS. 

The buildings will accommodate (bvo in a room) about two hundred stu 
dents. They are of brick, heated by furnaces in the cellar, and supplied with 
water. The rooms are large and w^ell ventilated. In the entire arrangement 
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, ETC. 

All students from a distance are re(iuired to board in tlic iSeminary. By 
the following list of })riccs it will be seen that our total charges are quite as 
low as those of any Institution of like grade in this State; not excepting those 
schools in which cheap scholarships have been sold. We desire to bring down 
the cost of education to the lowest point i)0ssible, and thus afford to the 
masses sound, intellectual, and moral culture. Board, including washin< 
{10 i)ieces, ) room and fuel, is $2.50 per week. 






C A L E N ]) A 11 AND EXPENSES. 

TlK'Seiuiiiury Year is divided into tliree iine(|ual terius. Piiiiilsare received 
at any time. Deduction tor absence is made on reconunendation of the Faculty 
to the Treasiner. Bills payable in advance. 



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Winter Tei^.m, 

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Jan. 7. IHO.". 

March ;;l. 180.". 



KNDS. 

I)ecem])er 10- 
March IM)- 
June 22- 

IKIl WIOKK. 



18 weeks. 
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Lectures, 
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Music, Drawing, Painting, and Modern Languages, Book-keeping, Orna- 
mental Penmanship, and Wax Fruit, extra as follows : 

German and French, each ...... 

Drawing, . . . 

Monochromatics and Pastel Painting, each 

Painting in Water Colors, ...... 

Oil Painting, 

Piano Music, (with use of instrument for practice, 
Melodeon '^ '' ^' '' ' . 

Vocal '' " '' '' 

Full Commercial Course, comprising Book-keeping by single 

and Double Entry, Plain and Ornamental Penmanshi}>, 

and Flourishing inclusive, ..... 
Full Course in Ornamental Penmanshi}), 
Twenty-f4(k)ur Lessons in Penmanship, .... 

The Directors insist on prompt payment of all bills at the commencement of 
each Term. Students remaining less than a Term will be charged at the rate 
of §2 G5 per week for board, &c. No deduction made for absence excei)t in 
cases of j)rotracted sickness. 

C M M E 11 CI A L DEPARTMENT. 

The Course in this com])rises all that is taught in any of the Commercial 
Colleges in this country. Those who are desirous to acquire a knowledge of 
the Science of Single and Double Entry Book-keeping applied to Retail and 
Wholesale Merchandise, Commission, Special Partnershi})S, Manufacturing, 
Banking and Joint-Stock Business of all kinds, will find as am})le advantages 
here as elsewhere. Particular attention given to Mercantile Forms and Com- 
putations. 

Bv due attention a Full Course mav be completed in one term of three 
nujuths. 

VACATIONS. 

There are two Vacations. One of three weeks at the close of the Fall Term, 
to include the holidays, another of seven weeks at the close of the Summer 
Term. 

TERMS OF ADMISSION. 

1. The Student must ))e well reconunended as to moral character. The 
School is not designated to be a House of Refuge. 

2. Must arrange with the Treasurer, all bills, before attending Recitations. 
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4. Minors must deposit with the President, all spending: money, to he 
returned in such amounts as he may think best. 

3. Must agree to comply with all the Rules and Regulations of the School. 

N. B. — Each Student will be considered a member of the Institution, until 
due notice shall have been given of intention to leave, and permission obtained 
of the President. 

ROOMS AND C L T H I N G . 

The rooms are furnished with all heavy arlicles, but the Students must bring 
their own sheets (for double beds,) pillows, pillow cases, blankets, counter- 
panes and towels, and find their own brooms, mirrors, coal oil and lamps. 

Students should be supplied with warm, durable clothing, heavy boots and 
shoes, an umbrella, and a pair of slip})ers to be worn while in the builrling. 
All nrti^hfi of Cloth iini sJtovhl hr rarefnUv iixtrked irifh Ihr full rximr. 

A V P A R A T U S . 

The Seminary is furnished with a collection of A]»paratu,^, together with full 
sets of Globes, Maps and Charts, and a, (Jaliiuct of Minerals, thus affording 
facility for illustration and ex[>eriment. 

1) J S C I P 1. 1 N E . 

The disc-ii)line is mild, but firm and imparti.al. While every encouragement 
will be given to the orderly and studious, and due allowance ])e made for youth- 
ful indiscretions, yet the lawless and refractory cannot long remain among us. 

R E L I G T UK S E R V ICES.* 

Every student is rccpiired to attend leligious services at the opening and 
close of school, each day, as well as public worship morning and evenin<i', 
(>v('ry Sab))ath, at such jilacc (fs purenfs or (/iiar(/ians imty flesif/zifite. 

N. B. — Each student must be supi)lied with a Bible, to be read without note 
or .spftdriu/} coiinarrif^ in thenu)rning and e^'(Mling services of the Cliapel. 'I'hr 
"whole school rea<l in concert. 

L I T E R A R Y S O C 1 E T 1 E S . 

Besides the regular weekly exercises in Comi)Osition and Declamation, there 
are three nourishing Literary Societies in the Institution : the ^'Belles Lettres '' 
'^Gamma Epsilon,'' and ''Trii)artite Union," eacli of which prei)are3 and reads 
to the school a paper once a month. About 1 TUO vols, are in the Societies' 
Libraries. 

M E R I T AND D E M E R I T . 

A strict weekly record is kept of all the exei-cises of the school, from which 
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A record of demerits is also kept. Tardiness, unexcused absences from 
required exercises, and all disorderly conduct will subject the student to 
demerit marks. Three such marks may bring a private reproof before the 
Faculty ; six, a reproof before the Ladies or Gentlemen, as the case may be ; 
nine, a public reprimand before the whole school ; and twelve may send the 
ofi'ender away. Semi-Sessional Reports are sent to parents when requested. 

TO YOUNG MEN. 

Several steady young men can have employment in the Institution, and thus 
meet a large portion of their expenses. 

Schools also can be had by Ladles and Gentlemen who desire to teach. 
Applications are made from a distance for competent teachers. ^- — 



A WORD TO PARENTS. 

1. Try to have your children here at the commencement of the term. The 
cMisses are then formed and it will be better for all concerned that the student 
start regularly with his class. 

'J. 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. 

:;. Do not allow your children to leave the school l)efore the examinations, 
unless it can be avoided. Serious inconvenience, to all concerned, often 
arises from a neglect of this caution. 

4. Sujtply them r^'/'// .vy>^/r//;///// w ith spending luonin . Parents cannot be 
too cautious on this })()int. 

.". Select tor \ our child one of the In.^trnctors, as a Patron, to distri))ute 
his funds. In this wav a more judicious use of your money will be made, 
and your child be kept from many temptations. 

N. B. — These last two suggestions ai-e to be reg;ird(.Ml as (\stai>lished rules ot 
the school. 



Studenl> not l)oartling in the institution, must ol»ser\e the rolh)\\in<'' 
additional rules : 

1. Attend E\ening Pia\ei>. 

2. Must attend all the Seniinar\ Lxercise> punctuaih . 

.".. Must spend the intervals between recitations in the Studv iJalL 
I. Musi account for all absences by written excuse without delav. time and 
nuujber of recitations being specified. 

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1. During the hours of study, the students shall not be unnecessarily 
al)sent from their rooms. 

'_!. At the time appointed to attend prayer, recitation, lecture, or other ex- 
ercise, each student shall repair quiethj and promptly to the place designated. 

3. At no time shall any student loiter in the halls, or about the doors, or 
indulge in jumping, wrestling, loud talking, whistling, or an}^ other unneces- 
sary noise, or in the use of tobacco, in the building. 

I. The students shall not be absent from their rooms at night after the hour 
of study indicated by the ringing of the bell, nor shall they at any time, 
attend parties, or mixed assemblies, without permission from the President ; 
nor shall they, at any time, visit taverns, eating houses, or other places of 
public resort, or on any occasion indulge in the use of intoxicating liquors. 

T). All ])r()fane and indec(Mit language. ])laying at game of chance, injuring 
the ])r()})crty of tlie Institution or of the citizens, (luarreling, fighting, or the 
carrying of tire arms or otlier dangerous wea})ons, is strictly forbidden. 

<;. No studi'ut shall leave the limits of tlie town for a longer time than one 
hour without permission. 

7. Kacli stud(Mit will be held stric-tly accountabh^ for any damage he or she 
may cause to the Seminary ])r()perty. 

8. Tlie Teachers must, at all times, have access to the students" rooms, and 
if it be judged necessary, the T'ooms will lie cleansful at the ex])ense of the 
()ccu]»auts. 

:». (neanline>s of pei'son and of apparel, and a gentlemanly and lady-like 
deportment, must, be observed by all. 

Id. No water, dirt or other material, shall l)e thi'own from any window in 
tlie buildings, oi- down the hot air flues, or into the halls after they have l)een 
cleaned. 

I I . Tlie occupants of the Boarding House must have their rooms swept and 
it) Older, and their lights extinguished, at the established hours. 



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12. No studont will he iillowed to %(> :i batliiiiir. ,s!viit!n;i'. fishitip-. tf(uiii!ii;i 
or riding, without permi.ssiou. 

13. The students must not visit the kitcliciis. diiiins room, or :\\\\ other 
room, except their own, without peraiission. 

14. The Sabbath must be strictly observed by all. No walking about, visi- 
ting, or receiving of visits, except by friends from home, will be allowed. 
All must attend public worship twice during the day, at such places a.s they or 
their guardians may prefer. 

15. 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, . 

1C>. The voung ladies will not be allowed to leave the Seminarv lirounds. 
at any time, without permi.ssiou : and the gentlemen will >)e restrictcfl at the 
discretion of the Facult\ . 

IV. No student shall change his or her room, oi- boai-ding fdace. without 
special permission from the President. 

18. No student will be permitted to leave the school, during its .session, 
without an express request from the parent or guardian, made to the President, 
and with the consent of the Faculty, 

10. Any student who. without just cause, shall fail to attend the examina- 
tions, will be considered a- under censure. 

20. Permission to l>e ab.:.eut from any exercise unist be obtained, if possi])le. 
befoi'^ the absence occur. 

2\\ No student will be pernutted to Iea\e an\ cla^s withoirf the consent of 
the Facultv. 

22. The Ladies and (.lentlemeu must not vi.-if each otliers apartments, 
walk or ride together, without permission : nor converse fcjiretlier from the 
windows. 

2:*. Students from the neighborhood will not be [»ermitted to vi-it hoirieai 
such times as will interfere with the regnla?- exercises of the school. 

21. Any offending student may be punished, according to the nature of 
the ofl'ence, by private or i)nbli(; reproof, suspension, dismission or expulsion. 

25. Stiulents dismissed or e.vpelled, must leave the premise,s at once. 

2(J. None but ?tudeuts cari attvnd (he Society vneetint»--, unh<< l>v cxf»res.- 
permission from the Facultv. 

2T. No special meeting of the .-tudeuts >h;il{ be held at anv time, without 
permission of the President. 

28. Any temporary pruiienrial regulation Ww the go\ernment of the school 
that the teachers mav see iit to Mdopt. .^^hall li^' ecpially bindiu'^' with these 
Rv-T.aws. 



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