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solid and practical education. Address the MotherSuperior, Lorktto P. 0., Marion Co., Ky.
Academy of the Holy Rosary of the Dominican Sisters.
Academy of the Sacred Heart of the Ursuline Sisters.
German and English Academy. Theo. Schwartz,
Mrs. Graham's Kindergarten. Mrs. M. W. Graham,
Kentucky Institution for the Education of the Blind.
Louisville Female College.
Louisville Female High School. Geo. A. Chase, LL.D., Principal.
Louisville Female Seminary. — A Boarding and Day School for Young Ladies and Misses. Kindergarten, Primary, Grammar, and Seminary Departments. Mrs. W. B. Nold; Miss Annie F. Nold, Principals.
Louisville Medical College.
Theological Seminary of the Protestant Episcopal
Marion Academy Open to both sexes. 5 Instructors; 127 students. Primary, Intermediate, and Academic Departments. John J. Nall, Principal.
Boarding and Day School.
Millersburgh Female College. — 16 Instructors; 197 pupils. Course of study equal in range and thoroughness to any in the land; numerous and experienced teachers; terms low; boarding department complete and homelike. Rev. Geo. T. Gould, D.D., President.
Minerva Male and Female College.
Morganfleld Collegiate Institute. — 4 Instructors. Primary, Preparatory, and Academic Departments. W. W. May, A.M., Principal.
Mount Sterling Female College.
Murray Male and Female Institute.
Academy and Boarding School of the Immaculate
Select Academy and Day School of St. Stephens.
Patterson Female Institute.
Browder Institute. W. H. Wekdin, Principal.
St. Francis' Academy of the Sisters of Charity.
St. Mary's Academy of the Sisters of Charity.
Academy of St. Charles Borromeo.
St. Benedict's Academy for Young Ladies, under the charge of the bisters of Loretto. Address all communications to the Superioress.
Central University 28 Instructors; 210 students.
College of Philosophy, Letters, and Science; College of
Logan Female College Founded 18G9. 8 Instructors; 87 students. Primary, Academic, and Collegiate Departments. Claims pre-eminence in the critical study of English. A. B. Stahk, LL. D., President.
St. Mary's, Marion do.
St Mary's College. — This Institution present* excellent advantages for the acquisition of a good classical or commercial education by young men. It is situated in one of the healthiest portions of Kentucky. Board and tuition, per session of ten months, $225."00. For further particulars, address Rev. D. Fennesy, C. R., President, St. Mary'sCollege, Marion Co., Ky.
Academy of Our Lady of Angels of the Franciscan Sisters.
Science Hill Female Academy. — Founded 1825. 10 Instructors; 125 Pupils. Under the personal superintendence of the present principal since its first organization. Mrs. Julia A. Trevis. Principal.
Shelbyville Female College Founded 1839. 6 Instructors; 97 pupils. Thorough instruction; wide and discriminating patronage. VV. H. Stuart, Principal.
Farview Male and Female Seminary.
Masonic Institute. T. M. Mourning, Principal.
Stanford Female College.
St. Vincent's Academy of the Sisters of Charity.
St. Joseph's Academy of the Ursuline Sisters.
Academy of the Visitation.
Winchester Male and Female High School.
Hon. Robert M. Lusher, State Superintendent of
Louisiana Institution for the Education of the Blind.
Lousiaua State University and Agricultural and Mechanical College. — 8 Instructors. Tuition free. Library of 14,000 Volumes. Ample Museums, Chemical and Philosophical apparatus; Military Government. Col. David F. Bovd, President.
Silliman Female Collegiate Institute.
Fairfield, (near Shreveport.) St. Vincent's Academy.
St Charles College. — An incorporated College conducted by the Fathers of the Society of Jesus. The
&lan of instruction embraces the ordinary course of eience, Literature, and Commerce, the same as are taught in other Jesuit Colleges. Board and tuition per year, $200.00. For further particulars, apply to P. Poursine & Co., Agent3, 140 Gravier Street, New Orleans, La. Iloumu. Academy of Our Lady of the Sacred Heart.
Centenary College, — Established 1825. 5 Instructors; 61 students. Fine and commodious buildings; unrivaled location; parental government; thorough instruction. Rev. C. G. Andrews, D.D., President. Feliciana Female Collegiate Institute.
St, Vincent's Academy.
Minden Female College.
St. Hyacinth's Academy.
Academy of the Third Order of Mount Carmel.
Academy of St. Aloysius of Gonzaga.
College of the Immaculate Conception.
Commercial and Classical Academy. T. S. Durosq, Jr.,
Convent of the Sacred Heart.
Convent of the Third Order of Mount Carmel.
Hebrew Educational Institute.
Leland University. — 6 Instructors; 159 students. No pupil can ever be excluded on account of race, color, sex, or sect. Preparatory, Academic, and Theological Departments. Rev. Marsena Stone, D. D., President.
Thomson Biblical Institute (New Orleans University).
St. Joseph's School for Boys. Bro. Justin, Director.
Soule's Commercial College and Literary Institute. A chartered Institution. Elective System. 32 Branches of Study. Non-Sectarian. Address Geo. Soule, President, New Orleans, La.
Straight University. — 16 Instructors; 242 students. No distinction on account of race or sex. Elementary, Normal, Preparatory, Collegiate, Theological, and Law Departments. Expenses very low. Rev. W. 8. Alexander, A.M., President.
Sylvester-Lamed Institute for Young Ladies 15
Instructors; 129 students. Primary, Preparatory,
Law Department (University of Louisiana).
Academy of St. Basil.
St. James, St. James Co.
Jefferson College. — Incorporated 1861. Under thedirection of the Marist Fathers. 60 Miles above New Orleans, near the Convent of the Sacred Heart. Preparatory, Classical, and Commercial courses. Great care taken to promote the physical as well aathe intellectual development of students. Board and tuition, per term of five months, $130.00. Address. Rev. J. B. Bioot, S. M., President, St. James, StJames Co., La. Convent of the Sacred Heart.
Verm i llion vi lie.
Hon. W. J. Corthell, State Superintendent of Public Instruction, Auousta, Me.
.4 ubtt m> Edward Little'High School.
Dirigo Business College.
St Catharine's Hall. — Diocesan School for Girls. The eleventh year of this school will begin September 12th. Miss Martha E. Davis, Principal.
Academy of the Sisters of Mercy.
Bangor Thsological Seminary. — 5 Professors; 48 students. Courses in Exegesis, Systematic Theology, Church History, and Hoiniletics. Prof. John S. Sewai.l, Secretary of the Faculty.
Bath High School. George E. Hughes, Principal.
Blue Hill Academy.
Bowdoin College. — Chartered 1794. 15 Instructors; 173 students. Pull College and Scientific courses. Joshua L. Chamberlain, LL.D., President.
Medical School of Maine, at Bowdoin College. — Fees — Matriculation (payable each term), $5.00. Full course (in advance), $75.00. Address Alfred Mitchell, M.D., Secretary, Brunswick, Me.
East Maine Conference Seminary and Commercial College. — Open to both sexes, fi Instructors; 189 students. Academic, Classical, and Scientific courses; Normal Class and Commercial Department. Rev. Georoe Forsyth, A.M., Principal.
Eastern State Normal School. — 7 Instructors; 125 students. Two years' course. Tuition free. G. T. Fletchek, Principal.
Greely Institute. — Open to both sexes. 10 Instructors; 87 students. Preparatory, Collegiate, and Commercial Departments. Pleasant location; experienced teachers; moderate expenses. J.M. Hawkes, A.M., Principal.
Washington Academy. Henry K. White, Principal.
Ella worth. Ellsworth High School. D. O. S. Lowell, M. D., Principal.
Exeter High School.
Abbott Family School.
Western State Normal School. — 8 Instructors; 135 students. Fine Library and Apparatus. Course of study, two years. Tuition lice to all preparing to teach in schools of Maine. Charles C. Rounds, M.S., Principal.
Foxcroft. Foxcroft Academy.
Fryeburg. Fryeburg Academy.
Hallowell Classical and Scientific Institute.
Hebron Academy. — 7 Instructors; 140 students. Classical, Select, Commercial, and Preparatory courses. John F. Moody, A.M., Principal.
Houlton Academy and Fitting School for Colby University. W. S. Knowlton, Principal.
Maine Wesljyan Seminary and Female College. — 5(i years in operation. 12 Instructors; 200 students. Seminary, Collegiate, Normal, Art, Commercial, and Musical courses. Henry P. Tohsey, D.D., President.
Bates College Open to both sexes. 8 Instructors;*
100 students. College and Theological School. Rev.
Oren B. Cheney, D.D., President.
Hates Street Kindergarten. Miss Anna G. Morse,
Bates Street Kindergarten, No. 18. Miss Grace M.
Nichols Latin School. — G Instructors; 73 students. Prepares students of both sexes for college. Fritz W. Baldwin, A.M., Principal.
Monmouth. Monmouth Academy.
Lincoln Academy. G. M. Thurlow, Principal.
The Eaton Family School for Boys. Established by the present principal in 18.50. Especially desfgned to give boys a thourough business education. i; instructors. Hamlin F. Eaton, Principal.
North White field.
Maine State College of Agriculture and the Mechanic Arts.—8 Instructors; 130 students. Designed to give the young men of the State a thorough, liberal and practical education. Courses in Agriculture, Civiland Mechanical Engineering, Chemistry, Science and Literature. Tuition free. Chas. F. Allen, D. D., President.
Paris Hill Academy.
Patten Academy and Free High School.
Maine Central Institute. — Open to both sexes, 7 Instructors; 242 students. College, Preparatory, Classical, and Normal Departments. Kingsbury Bachelder, A. M., Principal.
Boarding and Day School for Young Ladies. The
Portland School for Medical Instruction. —The aim of this School is to afford to Medical Students greater facilities for obtaining a higher grade of professional education than can usually be given under the direction of a single preceptor. Systematic. Daily Recitations, Familiar Lectures and Demonstrations, Ample Clinical Instruction, Abundant facilities for Practical Anatomy. Circulars with full information sent on application.
Oxford Normal Institute.
Westbrook Seminary and Female College. — For both sexes. Academic and Collegiate Departments. Maine.
Special attention to students preparing for College. Tnose fitting themselves for teachers and those whose advantages have been limited will receive encouragement and assistance. Spacious and commodious buildings, excellent library, extensive apparatus. Rev. J. P. Weston, D. D., President. Topsham.
Franklin Family School.
Oak Grove Seminary.
Colby University. — Open to both sexes. 10 Instructors; 124 students. Full, complete, and thorough College course. Substantial and commodious Buildings. Library of over 13,000 volumes. Rev. Henry E. Robins, D. D., President.
Watervilla Classical Institute.—5 Instructors; 120 pupils. College Preparatory course of great thoroughness; also collegiate course of four years for young ladies. Jas. H. Hanson, LL. D., Principal.
Wilton Academy. A. B. Allen, Principal.
Hon. M. A. Newell, State Superintendent of Public Instruction, Baltimore, Md.
8t John's College.—Founded 1784. 12 Instructors; 112 students. Preparatory and Collegiate Departments. Terms for board and tuition, $275.00 per annum. Send for Catalogue. James M. Gabnett, LL. D., President.
United States Naval Academy. -- Instructors attached to the Academic stafT, 72; 360 Cadets. Rear Admiral C. R. P. Rodgkrs, Superintendent.
All Saints School. — A Boarding and Day School for Young Ladies, conducted by the All Saints' Sisters from London, England. Reopens September 21st. Address Sister Superior, 261 Hamilton Terrace. Baltimore Academy of the Visitation. Baltimore City College. Willi Am Elliot jr., President. Baltimore College of Dental Surgery.
Baltimore Female College, endowed by the State of Maryland, has new buildings, ample grounds, good apparatus and an able Faculty. The 62nd semi-annual session opens September 13th. 1878. Board and tuition, $225.00 to $285.00 per year. Address N. C. Brooks, LL. D., President, Baltimore, Md. Baltimore Normal School tor the Education of Colored Teachers. Boys' School of St. Paul's Parish.
Sadler's, Bryant and Stratton Business College
Established fourteen years ago, and still conducted under the personal supervision of its founder and proprietor. This institution has made steady progress in utility and public favor, and now stands at the head of this class of schools. Our penmanship department is in charge of one of the ablest penmei' in the country. Our references are our patrons. No vacations. Enter at any time. For terms and particulars, call at the College or address W. H. Sadler, President, Nos. 6 and 8 North Charles Street.
Csntenary Biblical Institute. — 3 Instructors; 121 students. Preparatory, Normal, Classical, and Select courses. Rev. J. Emory Round, President. College of Physicians and Surgeons.
Conservatory of Music of the Peabody Institute of the City of Baltimore. — 5 Instructors." Instruction in the Theory of Music, Art of Singing, and Art of Instrumental Music. Asoer Hamerik, Director.
Eaton and Burnett's Business College. N. E. corner of Baltimore and Charles Street. Offers unsurpassed facilities to Young Gentlemen and Ladies for acquiring in the shortest possible time, and at the most moderate cost, a thorough Business Education. The Principals have devoted years ol study and practice to this special system of Education. For particulars, address as above.
Eutaw Place School. — Home School for Young Ladies and Little Girls. Teachers and Professors of eminence are employed and pains taken to secure for the pupils a solid and accomplished education. Mrs. H. L. Singleton, Principal, 488 Eutaw Place.
Friends' Academy.—A select English and Classical school for pupils of both sexes. 6 Instructors. Prof. Lucius V. Tittle, Principal, 193 Eutaw Street.
Friends' Elementary and High School. — A Primary School, an Academy and Collegiate Institute for pupils of both sexes. Special facilities offered in each department by a corps of 12 professional instructors. Students fitted for a business or professional course, or prepared for College or University. Address Eli M. Lamb, Principal, Lombard Street, near Eutaw, Baltimore, Md.
Johns Hopkins University. — 7 Professors: 14 non-resident lecturers; 12 associates; 98 students. Departments of Philosophy, Law, and Medicine. D.C. Gilman, LL. D., President. Institute of Our Lady (Aisquith Street). Institution for the Colored Blind and Deaf-Mutes.
F. Knapp's German and English Institute. — Established 1850. In successful operation for 28 years. Widely known and patronized. Students from all sections of the country. Special department for the education of the Deaf and Dumb. F. Knapp, Principal, 29 Holliday Street.
Law School of the University of Maryland. Hon. John A. 1m.us, LL. D., Senior Professor.
Loyola College. — 10 Instructors; 100 students. Preparatory and Collegiate Courses. Rev. E. A. Mcgdrk, S. J., President.
Maryland College of Pharmacy. Wm. E. Thornton, Treasurer.
Maryland Dental College R. II. Winder, Dean,
140 Park Ave.
Maryland Institute Schools of Art and Design.
Maryland State Normal School. —13 Instructors; 220 students. Tuition free to appointed students; to others, $25.00. M. A. Newell, Principal. Morison Academy.
Mt. Vernon Institute. — English, French and German. Boarding and Day School for Young Ladies. Mrs. Mary J. Jones and Mrs. B. Maitland, Principals, 46 Mt. Vernon Place.
The Misses Norris' English and French Boarding and Say School for Young Ladies. Open from September 20th to June 20th. Superior Educational Advantages. 32 McCulloh Street, Baltimore, Md.
Oxford School for Boys..
Pembroke School. 189 and 191 Madison Avenue. English and Classical Departments. Sixteenth School year begins September 9th, 1878. The purpose of this school is two-fold—to prepare pupils in the most thorough manner for the best Universities, Colleges and Scientific Schools, and, with equal thoroughness, for business pursuits and general culture. Primary, Intermediate (for both sexes), and Academical Departments. Teachers of proven ability. Lectures on Sound, Light, Geography, and Natural History, illustrated by the Stereopticon. Sidney B. Frost, A.M., Principal. Roland Academy.
St Catherine's Normal Institute.
Bt Frances Academy. — For colored Girls. Board and tuition per quarter, $30.00. For further information, address Sister Mary Louise Noel, Mother Superior, St. Frances Academy, Baltimore, Md. 8t. Joseph's Academy (Calvert Hall). School for Young Ladies. Miss Sarah A. Jenness, Principal.
School of Law (University of Maryland).
Southern Home School for Young Ladies and Little Girls. Established 1842. French spoken. Address the Principals, Mrs. Wilson M. Gary and Mrs. Gen. John Pegram, 197 and 109 North Charles St., BaltiMore, Md.
Stewart Hall Collegiate and Commercial Institute.
Theological Seminary of St. Sulpice, and St. Mary's
Miss Williams' Kindergarten. Miss E. Otis Williams,
Zion SchooL Rev. Henry Schbib, Principal.
Srookeville. Brookeville Academy.
Carroll, Baltimore Co.
Mt St Joseph's College, conducted by the Xaverian Brothers. Situated on the KrederickRoad, three miles from Baltimore. Every attention given to the neatness, politeness, health and comfort of the scholars. Terms commence on the flint Monday of September and the first Monday of February. For further particulars, apply to the Superior, or to Brother Alexius, Carroll, Baltimore Co., Md.
Catonsville, Baltimore Co.
Mt. de Sales Academy for Young Ladies, conducted by the Sisters of the visitation. Five miles west of Baltimore. Location unsurpassed for health and beauty. Whilst constant effort is made to secure for pupils a thorough English education, special attention is paid to Music and French. Address for particulars, Mother M. Regina Neale, Superioress. Mt. de8ales Academy, Catonsvii.i.e, Baltimore Co., Md. Ovcrlea; Home School for Young Gentlemen. Charlotte Hall.
Charlotte Hall Academy. — Established 1774. 4 Instructors; 60 pupils. Thorough preparation for college or business. Herbert Thompson, Principal.
Washington College. — Established 1782. Prepares for college or business. William J. Rivers, A.M., Principal.
Holy Trinity SchooL
College of St. James.
College of St James Grammar School,(Diocesan). Preparatory Department and High School. Henry Onderdonk, A.M., Principal.
Maryland Agricultural CoUeee. — 9 Instructors; 81 students. 286 acres farm; imposing buildings; attractive gardens. The next session will commence Monday, September 2:id. For catalogues, apply to Wm. H. Parker, President.
"Wert Nottingham Academy for Young Men and Boys, is situated in a perfectly healthy location and is free from temptations to intemperance and vice. Good and abundant board is furnished. Pupils thoroughly prepared for the Freshman or higher classes in College. The English branches thoroughly taught. For catalogues, address Geo. K. Becutel, A.M., Principal, Colora, Cecil Co., Md.
Alnwick Female Seminary.
Carroll Hall Academy.
St. Edward's Academy and Parochial Schools.
Darlington. Darlington Academy.
Elkton Academy. T. L. Graham, A.M., PrincipaL Ellicott City.
Book Hill College. — Under the direction of the Christian Brothers. Preparatory, Collegiate, and Post Graduate Courses. Brother Bettklin, Director.
St Charles' College. — Founded 1831, by Charles Carroll of Carrollton. 12 Instructors. A preparatory ecclesiastical seminary for Catholic youth. Rev P P. Dj-nis, S.S., President. St. Clement's Hall.
Emmittsburgh, Frederick Co.
Mt St Mary's College. — Founded 1808. All Btodents are taught the doctrines and trained to the practices of the Catholic Religion. The studies necessary for graduation, including a thorough course of English Literature, occupy three years; the Preparatory course takes from two to three years. Board and Tuition, $150.00. For information, address Rev. John A. Watterson, A. M., President, EmmittsBuroh, Md.
St Joseph's Academv for Young Ladies. Founded 1809. Incorporated 1810. Convenient and spacious buildings, ample accomodations, modern improvements. Board and tuition. $250.00 per year. Letters of inquiry should be addressed to the Mother-sufbKior, St. Joseph's Academy, Emmittsburcjh, Md.
Fallstvn, Harford Co.
Oakland Boarding School for Young Ladies and Gentlemen. Mathematical, Classical, and Elementary. G. G. Curtis, A. M., Principal.
Frederick College. — Classical, Mathematical, and English Departments. Commodious rooms; extensive library; thorough instruction. Thos. A. Gatch, A. M., Principal.
Frederick Female Seminary.
Maryland Institution for the Education of the Deaf
St. John's Literary Institution.
Young Ladies' Academy of the Visitation. — Located in a healthy and picturesque region. Board and tuition, $200.00 per year. Music, Drawing, and the Languages extra. AddreSB Mother M. Loretto Hunter, Frederick, Md.
Govanstown, Baltimore Co.
Notre Dame of Maryland. — Conducted bv the School Sisters of Notre Dame. A Collegiate Institute for Young Ladies. Pupils of all denominations received. Address the Directress.
Mt. St. Clement's College. Geo. Ruland, C. S. R., Director.
St. John's Female Seminary.
Lutherville Female Seminary. — Founded 1853. 7 Instructors; 75 students. Practical and thorough education: prescribed and liberal Collegiate course. Rev. J. K. Dimm, A. M., Principal.
Mechanicstown Male and Female Seminary.