網頁圖片
PDF
ePub 版

HAMILTON COLLEGE, This College is located in tho village of CLINTOŃ, in the county of Oneida, and was founded in the year 1812.

Rev. Azel Backus, D. D., was the first President of this Instilution,

Rev. Henry Davis, D. D., President.
Josiah Noyes, M. D., Prof. of Chem. and Mineral.
John H. Lathrop, A. M., Prof. of. Math. and Nal. Philo.
Rev. Simeon North, A. M., Prof. of Languages.
Ebenezer D. Maltbie, A. M., Tulor.
Commencement.--Fourth Wednesday in August.
IF No Senior class graduated at the last commencement.

UNION COLLEGE.
This College is established at the City of SCHENECTADY. Its
charter was obtained from the Regents of the University, February
25th, 1795.
Rev. Eliphalet Nott, D. D. LL. D., President.
Rev. Robert Proudfit, D. D., Prof. of Languages.
Benjamin F. Joslin, M. D. Professor of Mathematics, and Nat.
Philosophy.

Joel B. Nott A. M., Prof. of Chem. and Mineralogy.
John A. Yates, A. M., Professor of Oriental Literature.
Tutors.-Chestor Averil, Jesse W. Goodrich, George Eaton.

Trustees.
Rev. Eliphalet Nott, D. D. LL. D., Ex. Enos T. Throop, Hon.
Reuben H. Walworth, John Savage, LL. D. Jacb. Sutherland, Wm.
L. Marcy, Simeon De Witt, Azariah C. Flagg, Silas. Wright, Jr.
Abraham Keyser, Stephen Van Rensselaer, Henry Walton, Joseph
C. Yates, William North, Guert Van Schoonhoven, Alexander
Proudfit, D.D., Rev. Frederic Beasly, James C. Duane, William
James, Henry Yates.

There were 82 graduates at the last commencement. Commencement.--Fourth Wednesday in July.

Vacations.-First, 7 weeks from Commencement. Second, 3 weeks in December. Third, 3 weeks in April.

PHI BETA KAPPA.

Apha of New-York.
Hon. Ambrose Sponcer, LL. D., President.
David Hosack, M. D. LL.D., Vice President.
Prof. Benjamin, F. Joslin, M. D., Corresponding Sec'ry,
Thomas C. Reed, Rec. Secretary.
Isaac W. Jackson, Treasurer.
Rev. Erskine Mason, Register.

NEW-ENGLAND COLLEGES.

BOWDOIN COLLEGE. This college was founded June 24th, 1794, and is located at BRUNSWICK, Maine. It has a library of 8000 volumes.

Rev. William Allen, D, D., President.

Parker Cleveland, LL. D., Prof. Math. and Phil. Nat. and Lect. on Chem. and Mineral.

Samuel P. Newman, A. M., Prof. Rhet. and Orat. and Lect. on Polit. Econ.

Alpheus S. Packard, A. M., Prof. Latin and Greek Languages, and Literature.

Thomas C. Upham, A. M., Prof. of Moral Philosophy, and Met. and Lect. in Sacred Lit.

John D. Wells, M. D., Prof. of Anat. and Surgery.
James M.Keen, M. D., Lect. on Obstet.
William Smith, A. M., Adjunct. Prof. Math. et Phil. Nat.
John Abbott, A. M., Librarian.
The number of Trustees is 24.
Commencement.First Wednesday in September.

Vacations. First, four weeks froin eommencement; second, six weeks from the first Wednesday in January; third, three weeks from the first Wednesday after the third Monday of May.

[ocr errors]

WATERVILLE COLLEGE.
This College was founded in the year 1820, and is located at
WATERVILLE, Maine. It has a library of 1700 volumes.

Rev. Jeremiah Chaplin, D. D., President.
Thomas J. Conant, A. M., Professor of Languages.
Robert E. Pattison, A. M. Prof. Math. and Nat. Phil.
John O. B. Chaplin, Tutor.
Commencement.---Last Wednesday in July.

DARTMOUTH COLLEGE.
This college was founded in 1769, and is established at Hayo-
VER, N. H. It has a library of 3500 volumes.

Rev. Nathan Lord, D. D., President.
Ebenezer Adams, A. M., Prof. of Math. and Nat. Phil.
Rev. George Howe, A. M., Prof. of Theology.
Reuben D. Mussey, M. D., Prof. of Anat. Surg. and Obstet.

Daniel Oliver, M. D., Prof. Physiol. Theo. and Pract. Physic, and Mat. Med.

Rev. Roswell Shurtleff, A. M, Prof. of Mor. Philos. and Polil. Economy.

Benjamin Hale, A. M., Prof. Chem.
Rev. Charles B. Hadduck, A, M.,

Prof. of Rhet, and Oralory. William Chamberlain, A. M., Prof. of the Latin and Greek Languages, and Literature.

Commencement. On the Wednesday preceding the last Wednesday in August.

Vacations. First, four weeks from commencement. Second, six weeks from the last Monday in December. Third, two and a half weeks from the Thursday next preceding the last Wednesday in May.

VERMONT UNIVERSITY.
This institution was founded in 1791, and is established at Bur
LINGTON, V. It has a library of 1500 volumes.

Rev. James Marsh, President.
Rev. Joseph Torrey, Prof. of the Learned Languages.
Arthur L. Porter, M. D., Prof. of Chem, and Pharm.

George W. Benedict, Prof. of Bat and Mat. Med. and Math. and Nat. Philos.

Commencement.-Second Wednesday in August.

MIDDLEBURY COLLEGE.

This College was founded November 1, 1800, and is established at MADDLEBUR Y, Vt. It has a library of 1946. volumes..

Rev. Joshua Bates, D. D., President.
Edward Turner, A. M., Prof. Math. and Nai. Phil.
Rev. John Hough, A. M., Prof. of Learned Languages.
Rev. William C. Fowler, Prof of Chem.
John Stevens, A. M., Tutor and Librarian.

Commencement.--Third Wednesday in August. le Vacations. First, four weoks from commencement. Second, soven weeks from the first Wednesday in January. Third, two weeks from the third Wednesday in May.

HARVARD UNIVERSITY.

This institution was founded in the yea' 1638, and is the oldest college in the United States. It is located at CAMBRIDGE, Mass., and has a library of 30,000 volumes.

Hon. Josiah Quincy, LL. D., President. Fellows. Rev. Eliphalet Porter, D. D. Hon. Charles Jackson, LL. D. Hon. Nathaniel Bowditeh, LL.D. Hon. Joseph Story, LL. D. Hon. Francis C. Gray, A. M. The President and Fellows compose the Corporation.

Ebenezer Francis, Treasurer.

Rev. Henry Ware, D. D. Prof. of Divinity,
Levi Hedge, LL. D., Prof. of Nat. Rel, Mor. Phil. and Civ. Pol.
Edward T. Channing, A. M., Boylston Prof. of Rhet. and Orat.
Rev. John S. Popkin, Elliot Prof. of Greek Lit.
Francis Sales, instructer in French and Spanish.
Hon. Joseph Story, LL. D. Dane Prof. of Law.
Hon. Asahel Stearns, LL. D., University Prof. of Law.
John H. Ashmun, Royal Prof. of Law.
John C. Warren, M. D., Hersey Prof. Anat. and Surg.

Sidney Willard, A. M., Hartcock Prof. of Hebrew and Orient.Lany, George Ticknor, A. M., Prof. of French and Spanish Languages.

John Farrar, A. M., Hollis Prof. of Math. and Nut. Phil.
Andrews Norton, A. M., Decter Prof. Sacred Lit.
Jacob Bigelow, Prof. Mat. Med. and Bot.
Walter Channing. M. D., Prof. Obstet. and Med. Juris.
John W. Webster, M. D., Erving Prof. Chem. and Min.
Thomas Nuttall, Lecturer on Botany.
Oliver Stearns, A. B., Tutor in Math. and Nat. Phil.
Edmund L. Cushiog, A. B., Tutor in Latin and Greek.
Charles Saunders, A. M., Steward.
Commencement.-Last Wednesday in August.

Vacanons.--First; two weeks from the Wednesday preceding the 25th day of December. Second'; two weeks from the first Wednesday in Apri!. Third; six weeks next preceding Commencement. }

Alpha of Massachusetts.
Hon. Edward Everett, President.
Rev. Jumos Walker, Vice President.
Charles Folsom, Corresponding and Recording Secr'y.

PAI BETA KAPPA.

WILLIAMS COLLEGE.
This college was incorporated June 22d, 1793, and is located at
WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. It has a library of 2100 volumes.

Rev. Edward Dorr Griffin, D. D., President and Prof. of Div.
Rev, Alvan Hyde, Vice-President.
Albert Hopkins, Prof. of Math. and Nat. Phil.
William A. Porter, Prof. of Moral Phil. and Rhet:
Ebenezer Kellogg, A. A., Professor of Languages.-
Jobu Torrey, Lecturer on Chemistry.
Tutors.--Oscar Harris, Edward Lazell,
Daniel Noble, Treasurer; Daniel N. Dewey, Secretary.
Commencement.--First Wednesday in September.

Vacations.-- First, four weeks, from commencement. Second, six weeks from the Wednesday succeeding the fourth Wednesday of December. Third, three weeks from the third Wednesday of May.

AMHERST COLLEGE.

This college was founded in the year 1821, and is located at AMHERŠT, Mass. It has a library of 2300 volumes.

Rev. Heman Humphrey, D. D., President and Prof. of Menta: and Moral Philos.

Rev. Edward Hitchcock, A. M., Prof. of Chem. and Nat. Hist. Rev. Sylvester Hovey, A. M., Prof. Math. and Nat. Phil.

Rev. Nathan W. Fiske, A. M. Prof. of the Greek Lang. and Lir. and Belles Lettres. Rev. Solomon Peck, A. M. Prof. of Heb.

and Lat. Lang. and Lit. Samuel M. Worcester, A. M. Prof. of Rhet. and Oratory.

Ebenezer S. Snell, A. M. Associate Prof. of Math. and Nat. Phil. and Librarian.

Ernest Rovel, A. M., Teacher of the French and Spanish, Lan. and Literature.

John Leland, Treasurer. Lucius Boltwood, Secretary.
Commencement.-Fourth Wednesday of August.

Vacations.First, four weeks from the fourth Wednesday, of August. Sccond, six weeks from the fourth Wednesday of December. Third, three weeks from the second Wednesday of May.

BROWN UNIVERSITY.

This institution was founded in 1764, and is located at PROVIDENCE, R. I. It has a library of 6000 volumes.

Rev. Francis Wayland, D. D., President.
Solomon Drown, M. D., Prof. of Mat. Med. and Bot.
Levi Wheaton, M. D., Prof. of Theory and Pract. of Med.
Hon. Tristram Burgess, LL. D., Prof. of Orat. and Belles Lettres,
Usher Parsons, M. D., Prof. of Anat. and Surg.
Horatio Gates Bowen, A. M., Prof. Nat. Hist. and Lib.
Alexis Caswell, A. M., Prof. Math. and Nat. Phil.
William G. Goddard, Prof. Mor. Phil. and Metaphysics.
Rey. Romeo Elton, A. M., Prof. of Lang.
The Corporation consists of 12 Fellows and 36 Trustees...
Commencement.--First Wednesday in September,

Vacations. First, three weeks from commencement. Second, eight weeks from the last Wednesday in December. Third, two weeks from the third Wednesday in May.

« 上一頁繼續 »