I ,•■<■'■' ^■"X \i . v.. . / 2.. T -> -^ -i 1 A. . (n-f^i/tytX^-^. C^4L^^^-' \ 7 CIRCULAR '>- 1' T H B MARYLAND \ ^stablisbcb anb (Enbofoeb bii an %d of the vi I *v-^l t>^ V*^^' *=^^€a>ui^€(ti€€te <?vp e=•^<^-^.-?^^^^<ri^^^3^3Q' (Passed fvlcurah 6th, 1^36, -•♦•-►- I m\VI. WIV^'^;iTV OF MARV\.VSf) BALTIMORE: Printed by John Murphy & Co Publishers, BooKSEtLERS, Pkintkks and Stationkks, 182 Baltimore street. 1863. 40C^0 ^rc-ln 'i/e <, ^IJ f '<^<i^'J-3 €ce4^ F THE J' JVlcbTyl Ob n d jlg'r i 3 uuZtTLTCul Co II ego I THOMAS PERRY. AUeghamj County. J. DIXOX ROMAN Washington Counti/. GEORGE R. DEX^'IS Frederick County. A. BOWIE DAVIS Montgomery County. Hov:ard County. S. T. C, BROWX Carroll County. JOHN Q. HEWLETT Baltimore City. JOHN MERRYMAN Baltimore County. RAMSAY M.HENRY Harford County. S. S. MAFFIT Cecil County. JAMES T. EARLE Queen Anne's County. EDWARD WILKINS Kent County. SAMUEL HAMBLETON Talbot County. R. C. CARTER Caroline County. WILLIAM T. GOLDSBOROUGH Dorchester County. CHARLES B. CALVERT Prince George's County. GEORGE R. DENNIS Somerset County. WM. H. PURNELL Worcester County. JOHN H. SOTHORON St. Mary s County. WALTER MITCHELL. Charles County. THOMAS J. GRAHAM Calvert County. JOHN S. SELLMAN. Anne Arundel County. JOHN C. GROOME Eastern Shore. OTHO H. WILLIAMS Western Shore. W. W. CORCORAN District of Columbia. HONORARY MEMBER OP' THE BOARD OP TRUSTEES, Dr. WILLIAM* NEWTON MEKCER, 0/ Loidsiana. PRESIDENT OF THE BOARD OP TRl;STf;ES. Hon. CHARLES B. CALVERT. REGISTER. J 0H>: O. WHARTON, M. D, C J R C U L A 11 OF T FI E F A C U L T I T O F T n K ^==/ftcil^€ci<nrt <=^^a/e€eu€i/t€i.a£ ^-Wf^ziene^ r President, HENKY ONDEPvDONK, A.M., Professor of Mathematics, Pure a7id Mixed. - MONTGOMEKY J O H N S, A. 31., M. D., ProfeasQr of the Science of Agriculture, Chemistri/, Geology and Mineralogy. BATTISTA LOKINO, L. L.D., Professor of Ancient and. Modern Lariguages, Latin, Greek, French, German and Italian. TOWNENDGLOYER, Entomologist for the United States, Professor of Natural Sisiory, Botany and Pomology. NICHOLAS B. WORTHINGTON, A.M., Professor of Moral and Mental Philosophy, English Literature and Political Economy. 1, s>' Maryland AGRicuLTUKAii Society, 5 «i^i/ e^y^ J/Tetr/e^/d ^-P ^^^.^^ S^ VAMES. KF.SinENCE. Beall, Otho R - Upper Marlboro\ Md. BkpvRy, William " " Brooke, xIddison M Wushington^ D C. B/IOWNING, T.J " '* Calvert, C. B., Jr Hyatfsrille, Md. Calvert, W. N , " " Calvert, E. S , " " Carter, R. W Washintjion, D. C. Chew, T. J Bladensburg, Md. Clark, Wm. M Hyattsville, Md. Carroll, John H Ow'mgs'' Mills, Md. Dale, Thomas H Gamhridgc, Md. Davidson, Bezs'jamin R DavidsonviUe, Md. Dorset, Harrison Baltimore, Md. Forbes, George Aquasco, Md. Frankli:s^, Thomas, Jr.... Annapolis, Md. GiTTiNGs, John S., Jr Baltimore, Md. GoLDSTiOROUGH, Charlks Easton, Md. Hall, Edw'L' MillersciUe, Md. Hall, S. D Hambleton, J. C Eaaton, Md. Hardesty, B. McL Balthnore, Md. Hodges, John T., .Ir Governor'' s Bridge, Md. Hooper, Samuel H Balthnore, Md. Hopkins, Howard H '• " Hitz, RuDOLi'u B Washington, D. G. Iglehart, John W DavidsonviUe, Md. Jenkins, Henry Easton, Md. Kellogg, John Canton, IIL Kensett, John R Baltimore, Md. Kensett, Edavard " " 31agruder, Thomas L. C.. Bladensburg. * 6 GlKCULAK Of THE NAMES. HKSIOKXCR. McCexey, Edgar P Washington, D. C. McGrec40r, Koderick M " *« Merkick, C. H. K Long Marsh, Md. JMtddleton, Jesse Colesville, Md. Xewman, C. M.... Church Hill, Md. OxDERDONK, Hexry Ustick Brooklandville, Md. O'Neil, William Havre De Grace, Md, Plummer, George Upper Marlboro'' ., Md. PLUMilER, HeXRY W *' ** Plummer, M " " Plummer, AViLLiAM W " ** Presstman, "William E Baltimore, Md. Price, Henry B. , Roseville, Md. Ranball, Addison T.. Randallstown, Md. KoBEKTS, KiciiAEi) Bladensbwo. ROEKRTS, T. O. W Roberts, William W " Rose, William ; Wye Mills, Md. Reeside, D Washington, D, C Sellmax, C. W Governor^ 3 Bridge, Md. Sellman, G. *' «' Smith, D Baltimore, Md. Stump, John A,... Stump, William G. H Tilton, James Annapolis, Md. TiLGHMAN, Charles H Todd, William B., Jr Washington, D. C. TuRPiN, W. T. P Centreville, Md. Wallis, W. H Pikesville, Md. Waters, Franklin West River, Md. Waters, W Washington, D. C. Warfield, Joshua N Lisbon, Md. Wells, Arthur W Annapolis, Md. Wells, John B " " W^ORTHTNGTON, J. ToLLY Reisterstoiim, Md. Worthington, Jos. M. Baltimore, Md. Maryland AcmiruLTURAi. Colt.eok. --/ftrii/i^€ain.€/ <r^Q^alfef^^^ ^o^iteae. (Sen era I oHfi^rraf ion.s. This Institution comprises two depjirtments, the Collegiate and Pre- paratory ; constituting one household of which the President and a portion of the facult}'' are resident inembers. The object of the Institution is not so much to make practical farmers of the students oi the College, as to make the rising generation of farmers thoroughly educated men, with special reference to Agricultural pursuits. With this view the course of study has been made complete — including the ancient and modern lan- guages. Special attention is gi ven to all those sciences that bear in any way upon the profession of the farmer, such as Chemistry, Surveying, (espe- cially chain surveying,) Entomology and Botany. In Entomology and Pomology, this Institution enjoys peculiar advantages. The Museum contains the celebrated modeled fruits of Mr. Glover, the United States Entomologist, as also his very full and valuable collection of Insects. It will also be seen, by a reference to th;i course of study, that those studies that tend to adorn as well as to discipline the mind, receive their due attention. 3i H ri c u U u ri^ Instruction in Agriculture is the peculiar feature of the College. This is both theoretical and practical. Labor or work on the farm is not allowed to interfere with studies, but, like the Military Drill in other Institutions, it is superadded to the mental training, which is the primary object of the College. Tiie out-door exercise, that is systematically required of each trtudent, is very happy in its results, whether the pu}>il anticipates being a farmer or not, in the health and physical vigor h(^. thereby attains. The design in the Horticultural department is to teach practically all the nicer and finer operations of gardening, which do not generally re- ceive much attention on the farms, ?ind also to cultivate the taste for flow- ers and ornamental gardening. A Gymnasium is also attached to the College. i i s r i p ! i lu . The discipline of the C(5Uege is parental in its character. The Presi- dent residing in the building witli the students, exercises supervision of their manners and morals. A daily record is kept of attendance, recitation and conduct. From these daily records a monthly report is sent to the parents and guardians. 8 Catalogue of the MarylaxNp A(iRiruLTURAL College. All delinquencies, whether in lessons or behavior, are entered in n book k(^pt for that purpose. The r .>cord against each student may be examined by him or his parents at any time on application to the President. When an exhibit of this record is sent to any parent or guardian, without a re- |uest, it may be regarded as the iirst step towards separating the pnpil from the College Bivim Wq X f) \\ X p The students are all required to attend divine worship every Sunday, in tl\e College Chapel, which is on such occasions open for public use; also family prajers morning and evening. 1 u i I cl i n Xj H ♦ The buildings have beers erected for the pupposes of a Scliool and Col- lege, and every attention has been paid to their ventilation, and to the comfort of the pupils. The students of the College occupy private rooms. Those in the preparatory department study in a school-room under super- vision of one of the Professors, The College is situated on the Washington Turnpike, about three miles north of Bladensburg. It is about three quarters of a mile from College Station on the Washington Rail Eoad, The Post-otlice address is Mary- laud Agricultural College, Prince George's County. Or.^itnunuthn^ and C^mm^nccuuut. There are two public examiuations in the Academic Year, one at the end of the tirst terra, in the last week in January, and the final examina- tion in the last week in .Tune. It is required that every Studeiit be pre- sent. The public t'<inimeur<M"npnt t-ikes plaot- after the final examination. > f e r m b a n d <3 a r a t i o n s , The Academic Year is divided into two terms of live months each, viz: from the tirst Monday in September to the first day of February, and from the first day of February, until the last week in June. There will be a recess during the Christmas holidays of one week, and of one week at Easter. There are no other holidays. (I" X p <? n s e .^ * The charge for the Scholastic Year is $250. This includes all the ex- pense except for books, stationery and medical attendance. A deposite of .SIO for f'i\('h term is required to cover incidental expenses, spending monev, &«.-.