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Rev. Ira Chase, Prof. of Biblical Theology.
Rev. Henry J. Ripley, Prof. of Bib. Lit. and Past. Duties,

Anniversary. The Thursday after the second Wednesday in September.

First Vacation. Six weeks from the anniversary.

Second Vacation. Six weeks from the Thursday after the third Wednesday in April.

THEOLOGICAL SCHOOL AT CAMBRIDGE. This is a Unitarian Institution, and commenced its operations in 1816, at Cambridge, Mass.

Rev. Henry Ware, D. D. Prof. of Divinity.
Rev. Henry Ware, jr. Prof. of Sacred Rhetoric, and Super.
Sidney Willard, A M. Prof. of Hebrew and Orient. Lang.
Andrews Norton, A. M. Prof. of Sacred Literature.
Anniversary. In July.

THEOLOGICAL

COLLEGE.CONGRE

DEPARTMENT OF

GATIONAL

I'nis Institution commenced its operations at New Haven Conn., in 1822.

The number of persons who have been educated at this Institution is 42. Rev. Nathaniel W. Taylor, D. D. Prof. of Did. Theology. Josiah W. Gibbs,

A. M. Prof. of Sacred Literature. Rev. Eleazer T. Fitch, D. D. Prof. of Comp. Sermons. Rev. Chauncey A. Goodrich, Prof. of Oratory.

First Vacation. Six weeks from the second Wednesday in September.

Second Vacation. Two weeks from the second Wednesday in Jannary.

Third Vacation. Four weeks from the Tuesday before the second Wednesday in May.

OTHER THEOLOGICAL SEMINARIES IN THE

UNITED STATES. THEOLOGICAL SEMINARY OF THE REFORMED DUTCH CHURCH. This Seminary is located at New-Brunswick, N. J.,

and commenced its operations in 1784.

Rev. Philip Milledoler, D. D. Prof. of Did. & Pol. Theol. Anniversary. Third Wednesday of July.

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THEOLOGICAL SEMINARY OF THE PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH IN

THE UNITED STATES. This Institution is established at Princeton, N. J., and commenced its operations in 1812.

Rev. Archibald Alexander, D. D. Prof. of Did. and Pol. Theology.

Rev. Samuel Miller, D. D. Prof. Eccl. Hist. and Ch. Gov.
Rev. Charles Hodge, Prof. of Orient. & Bib. Literature.

SEMINARY OF THE GENERAL SYNOD OF THE EVANGELICAL

LUTHERAN CHURCH IN THE UNITED STATES. This Institution is located at Gettysburgh, Penn., and commenced its operations in 1826.

Rev. S. S. Schmucker, Prof. of Christian Theology, and pro. tem. of other branches.

Anniversary. The Wednesday before the third Thursday of May.

THEOLOGICAL SEMINARY OF THE GERMAN REFORMED CHURCH.

This Institution is located at York, Penn., and comienced its operations in 1825.

Rev. Lewis Mayer, Professor.

WESTERN THEOLOGICAL SEMINARY.PRESBYTERIAN, This Institution is established at Allegany Town, Penn., and commenced its operations in 1828.

Rev. Luther Halsey D. D. Prof. of Didactic & Polemic Theology.

THEOLOGICAL SEMINARY OF VIRGINIA. This Seminary is located at Alexandria, Va. It is a Protestant Episcopal Seminary, and commenced its operations in 1823.

Rev. Reuel Keith, D. D. Prof. of Systematic Divinity.

Vacation. From second Wednesday in July, to second Wednesday in October.

UNION THEOLOGICAL SEMINARY.

This Seminary is established at Prince Edward County, Va. It is of the Presbyterian denomination, and commenced its operations in 1824.

Rev. John H. Rice, D. D. Prof. of Christian Theology.
Rev. Hiram P. Goodrich, Prof. of Oriental Languages.
First Vacation. Six weeks, beginning with May.
Second Vacation. Six weeks, beginning with October.

SOUTHERN AND WESTERN THEOLOGICAL SEMINARY. This Institution is established at Maryville, Tenn., and commenced its operations in 1821.

The number of persons who have been educated at this Semirary is 22.

Rev. J. Anderson, D. D. Prof. of Didactic and Polemic Theology.

Rev. W. Eagleton, Prof. of Sacred Literature.
Anniversary. Fifteenth of September.
First Vacation. Month of April.

Second Vacation. From fifteenth of September, to first of November.

ROCK SPRING THEOLOGICAL SCHOOL.

This Seminary was established in 1827, at Rock Spring, III. It is of the Baptist denomination. Rev. J. M. Peck,

Prof. of Christ. Theol.

The Synod of South Carolina and Georgia have recently established a Theological Seminary at Columbia, S. C., and the Rev. Drs. Waddell and Goulding have already been apponted Professors.

There are, in the United States, eighteen Theological Seminaries, established in the following states : Maine, 1 Pennsylvania,

3 Massachusetts

3 Virginia, Connecticut, 1 Tennessee,

1 New-York, 4 Illinois,

1 New-Jersey,

2 These eighteen Seminaries belong to the following religious denominations : Presbyterian,

6 Evangelical Lutheran, Congregational, 3 Reformed Dutch,

1 Protestant Episcopal, . 2 German Reformed,

1 Baptist, 2 Unitarian,

1 The whole number of persons who have been educated at these Seminaries (the number educated at one being unknown) is 1529. The number of students who graduated in 1828, was 103.

The number now pursuing their studies, in connexion with these Seminaries, is 599, of whom 201 are aided either by the Seminaries themselves, or by Education Societies.

The whole number of Professors is 46.

The aggregate number of volumes in the libraries of these Seminaries is 35,960.

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NATIONAL SOCIETIES.

AMERICAN BIBLE SOCIETY.

This great National Society was organized in May, 1816. Its object is to disseminate the Scriptures without note or comment. It is established in the city of New-YORK. Annual meeting second Thursday in May.

Richard Varick, New-York, President.
Rev. James Milnor, New-York, Sec’y. for Foreign Corres.
Rev. Thomas M·Auley, Philadelphia,

Secretaries for Domes-
Rev. Charles G. Somers, New York,
Rev. John C. Brigham, New-York,

tic Correspondence.
John Adams, Neu-York, Treasurer.
John Pintard, New-York, Recording Secretary.
John Nitchie, Neu-York, General Agent and Accountant.

AMERICAN BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS FOR FOREIGN

MISSIONS.

This institution was incorporated in February, 1812, and is established at Boston, Mass. The next annual meeting will be holden at Boston, in October. Rev. Thomas De Witt, of NewYork, is appointed to preach the next anniversary sermon.

John Cotton Smith, Sharon, Conn., President.
Stephen Van Rensselaer, Albany, Vice-President.
Jeremiah Evarts, Boston, Corresponding Secretary.
Rev. Rufus Anderson, BostonAssistant Secretaries.
Rev. Calvin Chapin, Wethersfield, Conn., Recording Sec’y..
Henry Hill, Boston, Treasurer.
William Ropes, Boston, Auditor.

Prudential Committee. William Reed, Marblehead, Mass. Jeremiah Evarts, Boston, Mass. Rev. Leonard Woods, Andover, Mass. Samuel Hubbard, Boston, Mass. Rev. Warren Fay, Charlestown, Mass. Rev. Benjamin B. Wisner, Boston, Mass.

AMERICAN HOME MISSIONARY SOCIETY.
This society was established at the city of New York in 1826.
Annual meeting in May.

Stephen Van Rensselaer, Albany, President.
Rev. Absalom Peters, New York, Corresponding Sec'y.
Knowles Taylor, New-York, Treasurer.
Charles Hall, New-York, Assistant Secretary and Treasurer.
Archibald alconer, New-York, Recording Secretary.

Executive Committee.-John D. Kecse, Rev. James Matthews. Rev. Elihu W. Baldwin, Rev. Cyrus Mason, John Nitchie, Eleazar Lord, Thomas Webster, William M. Halstead, Abijah Fisher, Rev. Benjamin H. Rice, all of New-York city.

AMERICAN TRACT SOCIETY. This society was established at the city of New York in 1825. Annual meeting in the city of New-York on the Wednesday nex! preceding the second Thursday in May.

S. y. S. Wilder, Bolton, Mass., President.

Rev. William A. Hallock, New-York, Corresponding Secretary and General Agent.

Jesse Talbot, New-York, Assistant. Rev. Archibald M-Clay, New-York, Recording Secretary. Moses Allen, New-York, Treasurer. Harlan Page, Nero-York, Depositary. Publishing Committee.- Rev. James Milnor, New-York. Rev. Thomas M-Auley, Philadelphia. Rev. John Knox, New-York. Rev. Samuel Green, Boston. Rev. Charles G. Somers, NercYork.

AMERICAN TRACT SOCIETY.
This society was instituted in May, 1814, and is established at
Boston, Mass. Annual meeting last week in May.

William Reed, Marblehead, Mass., President.
Rev. Moses Stuart, Andover, Vice-President.

James L. Kimball, Boston, Corresponding Secretary, and Recording Secretary.

John Tappan, Boston, Treasurer.
Aaron Russell, Boston, Assistant Treasurer.
Eliphalet Kimball, Boston, Auditor.

AMERICAN SUNDAY SCHOOL UNION.
This society was established at Philadelphia, Penn., in 1824.
Annual meeting in May.

Alexander Henry, Philadelphia, President.
Frederic W. Porter, Philadelphia, Corresponding Sec’y.
Frederic A. Packard, Philadelphia, Recording Secretary.
Paul Beck, jr., Philadelphia, Treasurer.

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