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ates, and 26,450 volumes in libraries; and 2 pro-gymnasia, with 276 students, 17 professors, 2 graduates, and 648 volumes in libraries; making a total of 8 classical colleges, with 1,664 students, 94 professors, 24 graduates, and 27,098 volumes in the libraries.

One person in every 335 of the population has a classical education; there is one classical college to 69,736 inhabitants; the average number of students to each professor is 17; the average number of graduates from each college, (6 reported,) 4; and the average number of volumes in each library (4 reported) is 6,774.

(2) Non-classical colleges : There are two kinds, viz, real-schools and higher burgher-schools.

The total number of non-classical colleges is 8, with 1,330 students, 59 professors, and 5 graduates.

One person in every 419 of the population has a non-classical college education; there is one non-classical college to 69,737 inhabitants; and the average number of students to each professor is 22.

MECKLENBURG-STRELITZ.

[ Area, 997 square miles; population, 96,982.]

One person in every 140 of the population has a secondary education; one secondary school to 19,396 inhabitants.

(1) Classical colleges : There is only one kind of classical colleges, viz, gymnasia.

Number of gymnasia, 3, with 436 students, 35 professors, and 14 graduates.

One person in every 222 of the population has a classical education; there is one classical college to 32:327 inhabitants; and the average number of students to each professor is 12.

(2) Non-classical colleges : There are two kinds, viz, real-schools and higher burgher-schools.

Total number of non-classical colleges, 2, with 255 students, 18 professors, I graduate, and 680 volumes in libraries.

One person in every 380 of the population has a non-classical college education; there is one non-classical college to 48,491 inhabitants; and the average number of students to each professor is 14.

OLDENBURG

[Area, 2,417 square miles; population, 316,641. ] One person in every 180 of the population has a secondary education; one secondary school to 21,109 inhabitants.

(1) Classical colleges: There are two kinds of classical colleges, viz, gymnasia and pro-gymnasia.

Number of classical colleges, 5, with 754 students, 56 professors, il graduates, and 42,300 volumes in the libraries One person in every 419 of the population has a classical education; there is one classical college to 63,328 inhabitants; the average number of students to each professor is 13; the average number of graduates from each college (3 reported) is 4; and the average number of volumes in each library (3 reported) is 14,100.

(2) Non-classical colleges: There are two kinds, viz, real-schools and higher burgher-schools.

Total number of colleges, 10, with 1,005 students, 54 professors, 4 graduates, and 238 volumes in libraries.

One person in every 315 of the population has a non-classical college education; one non-classical college to 31,664 inhabitants; average number of students to each professor, 18; average number of volumes in each library, (2 reported,) 119.

PRUSSIA. [Area, 137,066 square miles; population, 24,691,203.] One person in every 190 of the population has a secondary education ; one secondary school to 49,382 inhabitants.

(1) Classical colleges : There are two kinds of these, viz, gymnasia and progymnasia.

There are 215 gymnasia, with 69,119 students, 3,593 professors, 1,836 graduates, and 1,043,499 volumes in libraries; and 64 pro-gymnasia, with 6,641 students, 508 professors, and 33,432 volumes in libraries; making a total of 279 classical colleges, with 75,760 students, 4,101 professors, 1,836 graduates, and 1,076,931 volumes in libraries.

One person in every 391 of the population has a classical education ; one college to 88,498 inhabitants; average number of students to each professor, 18; average number of graduates from each college, (215 reported,) 8; and average number of volumes in each library, (148 reported,) 7,270.

(2) Non-classical colleges : There are two kinds of non-classical colleges, viz, real-schools and higher burgher-schools.

Total number 231, with 54,009 students, 2,752 professors, 587 graduates, and 185,433 volumes in libraries.

One person in every 457 of the population has a non-classical college education; one non-classical college to 106,886 inhabitants; average number of students to each professor, 19; average number of graduates from each college, (108 reported,) 5; average number of volumes in each library, (110 reported,) 1,685.

REUSS-GREIZ.

[Area, 104 square miles ; population, 45,094.] One person in every 135 of the population has a secondary education; one secondary school to 22,847 inhabitants.

(1) Classical colleges : There is only one kind of classical college, viz, the Lyceal School, containing one gymnasium-class.

It has 6 students and i professor.

One person in every 7,515 of the population has a classical education, and there is one college to 45,094 inhabitants.

(2) Non-classical colleges: There is only one kind of non-classical college, viz, the second division of the Lyceal School above mentioned.

It has 327 students, 6 professors, and 950 volumes in the library.

One person in every 137 of the population has a non-classical college education, and there is one college to 45,094 inhabitants.

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[Area, 297 square miles; population, 89,032.] One person in every 93 of the population has a secondary education ; one secondary school to 22,847 inhabitants.

(1) Classical colleges : There is only one kind, viz, the gymnasium. There are two gymnasia, with 341 students, 23 professors, 5 graduates, and 16,200 volumes in libraries.

One person in every 261 of the population has a classical education; there is one classical college to 44,516 inhabitants; average number of students to each professor, 15; average number of graduates from each college, 2; and average number of volumes in each library, 8,100.

(2) Non-classical colleges : There are two kinds, viz, real-schools and Handelsschulen, (business-colleges.)

Number of non-classical colleges, 2, with 625 students, 28 professors, 27 graduates, and 1,150 volumes in libraries.

One person in every 142 of the population has a non-classical college education; one college to 44,516 inhabitants; average number of students to each professor, 22; average number of graduates from each college, 13.

SAXE-ALTENBURG.

[Area, 509 square miles; population, 142, 122.] One person in every 253 of the population has a secondary education; one secondary school to 47,374 inhabitants.

(1) Classical colleges : There are two kinds, viz, i gymnasium and 1 pro-gymnasium.

Total: 2 classical colleges, with 396 students, 21 professors, 7 graduates, and 8,450 volumes in libraries.

One person in every 359 of the population has a classical education; there is one classical college to 71,061 inhabitants; the average number of students to each professor is 18; and the average number of volumes in each library is 4,225.

(2) Non-classical colleges : There is only one kind, viz, the higher burgherschool.

It has 164 students and 11 professors.

One person in every 806 of the population has a non-classical college education; there is one college to 142,122 inhabitants; and the average number of students to each professor is 14.

SAXE-COBURG-GOTHA.

[Area, 509 square miles; population, 174,339. ] One person in every 133 of the population has a secondary education; one secondary school to 34,867 inhabitants.

(1) Classical colleges : There is only one kind, viz, gymnasia.

There are 2 gymnasia, with 693 students, 35 professors, 16 graduates, and 25,000 volumes in libraries.

One person in every 251 of the population has a classical education; there is one classical college to 87,169 inhabitants; average number of students to each professor, 17; average number of graduates from each college, 8; and average number of volumes in each library, 12,500.

(2) Non-classical colleges : There is only one kind, viz, real-schools.

Their number is 3, with 610 students, 32 professors, 3 graduates, and 1,790 volumes in libraries.

One person in every 285 of the population has a non-classical college education; there is one non-classical college to 58,113 inhabitants; and average number of students to each professor, 19.

SAXE-MEININGEN.

[Area, 933 square miles ; population, 187,884.] One person in every 245 of the population has a secondary education; one secondary school to 37,576 inhabitants. ,

(1) Classical colleges : There is only one kind, viz, gymnasia. Number of gymnasia, 2, with 232 students, 25 professors, and 19 graduates.

One person in every 809 of the population has a classical education; one classical college to 93,942 inhabitants; average number of students to each professor, 9; and average number of graduates from each college, 9.

(1) Non-classical colleges : There are two kinds, viz, real-schools and higher burgher-schools.

Number of colleges, 3, with 534 students, 30 professors, 6 graduates, and 5,770 volumes in libraries.

One person in every 351 of the population has a non-classical college education; one non-classical college to 62,628 inhabitants; average number of students to each professor, 18; average number of graduates from each college, 2 ; and average number of volumes in each library, (2 reported,) 2,885.

SAXE-WEIMAR.

[Area, 1,421 square miles ; population, 286, 183.] One person in every 252 of the population has a secondary education; one secondary school to 31,798 inhabitants.

(1) Classical colleges : There are two kinds, viz, gymnasia, (public,) and private institutions of a similar character.

Total number of colleges, 5, with 654 students, 94 professors, 7 graduates, and 7,000 volumes in libraries.

One person in every 437 of the population has a classical education ; there is one classical college to 57,236 inhabitants; average number of students to each professor, 15; average number of graduates in each college, (3 reported,) 2.

(2) Non-classical colleges : There are two kinds, viz, real-schools and higher burgher-schools.

Total number of colleges, 4, with 481 students, 27 professors, and 2,368 volumes in libraries.

One person in every 594 of the population has a non-classical college education; one non-classical college to 71,545 inhabitants; average number of students to each professor, 17; and average number of volumes in each library, (3 reported,) 789.

SAXONY.

.[Area, 6,777 square miles; population, 2,556,244.] One person in every 343 of the population has a secondary education ; one secondary school to 60,863 inhabitants.

(1) Classical colleges : There are two kinds, viz, public gymnasia, and private institutions of a similar character.

Total number of colleges, 17; with 2,864 students, 276 professors, 137 graduates, and 72,915 volumes in libraries.

One person in every 892 of the population has a classical education; one classical college to 150,367 inhabitants; average number of students to each professor, 10; average number of graduates from each college, 11; average number of volumes in each library, (9 reported,) 8,101.

(2) Non-classical colleges : There are two kinds, viz, real-schools and Handelsschulen, (business-colleges.)

Total: 25 colleges, with 4,574 students, 311 professors, 220 graduates, and 12,890 volumes in libraries.

One person in every 558 of the population has a non-classical college education; one non-classical college to 102,249 inhabitants; average number of students to each professor, 14; average number of graduates from each college, (12 reported,) 18; and average number of volumes in each library, (10 reported,) 1,289.

SCHAUMBURG-LIPPE.

[Area, 212 square miles ; population, 32,051.] One person in every 133 of the population has a secondary education; one secondary school to 32,051 inhabitants.

(1) Classical colleges : There is only one kind, viz, the gymnasium, with 240 students, 13 professors, and a graduates.

One person in every 133 of the population has a classical education; one classical college to 32,051 inhabitants; average number of students to each professor, 18. (2) Non-classical colleges : There are none.

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