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YALE COLLEGE. This College was founded in the year 1700; and is established at New Haven, Conn. It has a library of 8,500 volumes.

Rev. Jeremiah Day, D. D. LL. D. President.
Hon. David Daggett, LL. D. Professor of Law.

Benjamin Silliman, M. D. LL. D. Frofessor of Chemistry and Pharmacy, Mineralogy, and Geology.

James L. Kingsly, A. M., Professor of the Hebrew, Greek, and Latin Languages.

Thomas Hubbard, M. D., Professor of Surgery.

Eli Ives, M. D., Professor of the Theory and Practice of Physic, and Lecturer on Diseases of Children.

William Tully, M. D., Prof. Mat. Med. and Botany.
Rev. Nathaniel W. Taylor, D. D., Dwight Prof. Didac. Theol.

Jonathan Knight, M. Ď., Prof. of Anat., Physiol., and Leet. on Obstetrics.

Josiah W. Gibbs, A. M. Professor of Sacred Lit. and Librarian.
Rev. Eleazar T. Fitch, D. D., Professor of Divinity.
Rev. Chauncey A. Goodrich, A. M., Prof. of Rhet. and Orat.
Charles Upham Sheppard, A. M., Assist, to the Prof. of Chem.
Charles A. Coulomb, Instructer in French.
Jose Antonio Pizarro, Instructer in Spanish.

Tutors.-George Jones, Amos Pettingell, David L. Seymour, Amos Blanchard, William A. Larned, Sidney L. Johnson.

Hon. James Hillhouse, LL. D., Treasurer,
Stephen Twining, Steward.

The Corporation consists of 10 Fellows, the Governor, Lieut. Governor, and six senior senators.

Commencement.--Second Wednesday in September.

Vacations.-First, six weeks from coinmencement. Second, two weeks from the second Wednesday in January. Third, from the first Wednesday of May four weeks.

PHI BETA KAPPA.

Alpha of Connecticut.

Officers elected December 7th, 1829.
Hon. Roger Minot Sherman, LL. D. President. .
Jonathan Knight, M. D., Vice-President
Aaron N. Skinner, A. M., Corresponding Secretary.
Charles Hooker, M. D., Treasurer.

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This College was founded in 1826; and is established at HartFORD, Conn. It has a library of 5,000 volumes.

Rt. Rev. Thomas C. Brownell, D. D. LL. D., President.
Rev. Samuel F. Jarvis, D. D. Prof. of Orient. Lang. and Lit.
Hon. William W. Ellsworth, Prof. of Law.
John S. Rogers, M. D., Prof. Chem. and Mineral.
Horatio Hickock, A. M., Prof. of Agriculture and Polit. Econ.
George Sumner, M. D., Prof. of Botany.
Rev. Hector Humphrey, A. M., Prof. of Anc. Languages.
Rev. Norman Pinney, A. M., Associate Prof. of Anc. Lang.
Rev. Horatio Potter, Prof. of Math. and Nat. Phil.
Commencement.--First Thursday in August.

A LIST OF THE COLLEGES IN THE MIDDLE, SOUTHERN,

AND WESTERN STATES.

COLLEGES.

WHEN FOUNDED

PRESIDENTS.

1770 Rev. P. Milledoller, D, D. 1738 Rev. J. Carnahan, D. D.

1755 Rev. W.H. Delancey, D.D
1802 Rev. M. Brown, D. D.
1783
1806
1820 Dr. Robert Bruce.

Rev. Henry B. Bascom. 1815 Rev. Timothy Alden.

New-Jersey.
Rutgers' College,
Nassau Hall,

Pennsylvania.
University of Pennsylvania,
Jefferson College,
Dickinson College,
Washington College,
Western University,
Madison College,
Allegany College,

Maryland.
St. Mary's College,

Washington, D. C. Columbian College,

Virginia. University of Virginia, Hampden Sidney College, William and Mary College, Washington College,

North Carolina. University of North Carolina,

South Carolina. University of South Carolina, Charleston College,

1805 Rev. E. Damphoux, D. D.

1821 Rev. S. Chapin, D. D.

1814 Hon. J. Madison, Rector.

Rev. J. Cushing, 1691 Rev. Adam Empie. 1812 Rev. G. A. Baxter,

1791 Rev. J. Caldwell, D. D.

1802 Thomas Cooper, M. D.. 1785 Rev. J. Adams, D.D.

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COLLEGES.

Georgia. University of Georgia,

Tennessee. University of Nashville, East Tennessee College, Greenville College,

Kentucky.
Augusta College,
Transylvania University,
Danville College,

Ohio.
University of Ohio,
Miami University,
Western Reserve College,
Kenyon College,

Indiana.
Blooming College,

1822 Rev. Martin Ruter.

Rev. Alva Woods, D. D.
Rev. Gid, Blackburn, DD.

1802 Rev. R. G. Wilson, D. D. 1824 Rev. R. H. Bishop, D.D. 1828 Rev. Warren Fay, D.D.

Rt. Rev. Phil. Chase, D.D.

1828 Rev. A. Wylie, D. D.

ACADEMIES. THE POLYTECHNY AT CHITTENANGO, in the county of Madison. Rev. Andrew Yates, D.D., Principal. Rev. David A. Sherman, Prof. of Philol. and Anc. Lang. Andrew J. Yates, Prof. of Modern Languages, Stephen Alexander, Prof. of Nat. Phil. and Math. Rev. C. B. Thummell, Adjunct Prof. Edward Sanford, M. H. Beecher, Assistants. J. F. Richardson,

HAMILTON ACADEMY.

This Academy is located at Hamilton, in the county of Madison.

Zenas Morse, A. M., Principal.
Helen M. Phelps, Preceptress.
Asahel C. Kendrick, Teacher of Languages.
William Mather, M. D., Lecturer on Chem,

FRANKLIN ACADEMY.

This Academy is located at PRATTSBURGH, in the county of Steuben.

Eli Eddy, Principal of the Male Department,
Cornelia Pratt, Principal of the Female Department.
Jacob Van Valkenburgh, Secretary of Board of Trustees.

Henry Howe.

Cayuga,

A List of the INCORPORATED ACADEMIES in the state of New Vork, with their location, and the PRINCIPAL of each.

Academies incorporated by the Regents.
Academies.
Towns.

Corinties. Principals.
Auburn,
Auburn, Cayuga,

Rev. John O. Rudd.
Cambridge, Cambridge, Washington,

Rev. N. S. Prime. Canandaigua, Canandaigua,

Ontario, Cayuga, Ledyard,

Edwin Stevens. Cherry Valley, Cherry Valley, Otsego, Dr. William Campbell. Clinton, East Hamptou, Suffolk, Hon. Jonathan Dayton. Delaware, Delhi,

Delaware,

Stephen C. Johnson. Dutchese, Poughkeepsie, Dutchess,

Eliphaz Fay. Erasmus Hall, Flatbush, Kings,

Jonathan B. Kidder, Fairfield, Fairfield, Herkimer,

J. J. H. Kinoicut. Greenville, Greeäville,

Greene,

E. B. Wheeler. Hartwiek, Hartwick, Otsego,

Rev. E. B. Hazelius. Hudson, Hudson, Colurabia, J W. Fairfield. Johnstown, Johostowa, Montgomery,

Rev. A Ammerman. Kingston, Kingston,

Ulster,

Hiram P. Arms. Lansingburgh, Lansingburgh, Rensselaer, Alexander McCall. Lowville, Lowville,

Lewis,

Stephen W. Taylor. Middlebury, Middlebury, Genesee,

Seth Cushing, jr. Montgomery, Montgomery, Orange, Peter A. Millspaugh. Mount Pleasant, Sing Sing,

Westchester,

Carrol McGahagan. Newburgh, Newburgh, Orange,

William S. Mount. Onondaga, Onondaga,

Onondaga,

Samuel B. Woolworth. Oxford, Oxford, Chenango,

Amos A. Franklin. Pompey, Pompey, Onondaga,

E. S. Barrows. St Lawrence, Potsdam,

St. Lawrence,

J. B. Hale.
Schenectady, Schenectady, Schenectady, D. Fuller.
Union Hall, Jamaica, Queens,

Pierpont Potter.
Utica,
Utica,
Oneida,

D. Prentice.
Washington, Salem,

Washington, William Williams,

Academies incorporated by the Legislature. Albany Female Academy, Albany.

Albany. Albany Female Seminary,

do

do. Bridgewater,

Bridgewater,

Oneida, Canajoharie,

Canajonarie,

Montgomery Clinton Grammar School, Clinton,

Oneida, Granville,

Granville,

Washington Ithaca,

Ithace,

Tompkins. Kinderhook,

Kinderhook,

Columbia. Onterio Eemale Seminary,

Ontario.
Sem

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of the Genesee Conference,

Madison
Steuben,

Steuben,

Oneida.

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LIVINGSTON HIGH SCHOOL.
This school is established in Geneseo.

Lewis P. Bayard, A. M.,
Samuel U. Berrian, A. M.

MONROE COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL,
This school is established at Henrietta, Monroe county.
D. B. Crane, Principai.

ROCHESTER HIGH SCHOOL.
Suevi Ward, jr, President, William Atkinson, Secretary.

COMMON SCHOOLS.

The following is an abstract from the last report of the Superintendent of common schools, made to the Legislature of the state, February 5th, 1829.

The superintendent is required by the law relating to common schools, to prepare and submit to the Legislature an annual report on the following subjects connected therewith.

I. The condition of the common schools of the state. II. Estimates and expenditures of school moneys. III. Plans of improvement and management of the common school fund, and better organization of common schools.

IV. All matters relating to his office, and to common schools, which he may de em expedient to communicate.

First. There are 55 organized counties, and 757 towns and wards in the state, from all of which reports on the condition of the schools have been received.

The first returns, under the present school system, were made in 1816. In that year, 2755 school districts were reported, in which 140,106 children were instructed. The increase of school districts, in thirteen years, has been 5854 ; and the increase of scholars during the same period has been 328,099.

Second. In 1828, the sum of $232,343 21 cents, was paid to the several school districts, one hundred thousand dollars of which were paid from the state treasury; $119,209 30 cents were raised by a tax upon the towns, and $13,133 91 cents were derived from a local fund, possessed by certain towns. The towns raised, by a voluntary tax, $19,209 30 cents more than was required of them, to entitle them to the public money.

The amount of money distributed to the several districts in 1828, exceeded that paid in 1827, by $9347 44 cents.

The productive capital of the SCHOOL FUND, since the last report, has been increased, from various sources, $61,854 34 cents : and the whole productive capital of that fund now amounts to $1,684,628 80 cents.

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