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Sacred Heart Presentation Convent.

St Ignatius College, S. J This Literary Institution, conducted by the Fathers of the Society of Jesus, was opened for the reception of students October loth, 1855. It was incorporated according to the laws of the State on April 30th, 185a, and empowered to confer academical degrees with "such literary honors as are granted by any university in the United States." Its design is to furnish a thorough Classical, Mathematical, and Philosophical education. There is also a Commercial course. The College is intended for day-scholars only. Rev. J. Pinasco, S. J., President, 840 Market Street, San Francisco, Cal.

St. Mary's College.
St. Vincent's School.
San Francisco Theological Seminary.
Santa Clare College.

School of Design of the San Francisco Art Association.

School of Civil, Mining, and Mechanical Engineering,
Surveying, Architecture, Mineralogy, and Assaying.
A. Van Deb Naillen, Principal.
University (City) College. Rev. James Matthews,
D.D., Principal.

Medical College of the Pacific (University College). R. Beverly Cole, M.D., Dean of the Faculty, 518 Sutter Street.

Urban Academy. Nathan W. Moore, Principal.

Madame Zeitska's French, German and English Institute for Young Ladies. Kindergarten connected with the school. For prospectus, address the Principal, Mme. B. Zeitska, 922 Post Street, San FranCisco, Cal.

San Jose.

California State Normal School, — 15 Instructors; 480 students. Tuition free. Chas. H. Allen, Principal.

College of Notre Dame.
Institute Business College.

San Juan (Bautlsta).

Convent, Asylum and Academy.

San Luis Obispo.

Academy of the Immaculate Heart of Mary.

San Mateo. Laurel Hall.

Santa Barbara.

Franciscan ( ollcge.

St Vincent's Institution, under the charge of the 8isters of Charity.

Santa Barbara College.

Santa Clara.

Santa Clara College.
University of the Pacific.

Santa Cruz.

Academy of the Holy Cross.

Santa Rosa.

Pacific Methodist College.

Santa Inez, Santa Barbara Co. College of Our Lady of Guadalupe.


St. Agnes Academy.

Vallejo High School.

Vacavllle, Solano Co. California College.

Washington, Nevada Co. Washington College.

Woodland, Yolo Co. Hesperian College.


Hon. Joseph C. Shattuck, State Superintendent of' Public Instruction, Denver, Col.

Central City.

Mount St. Michael's Academy.
Colorado Springs.

Institute for the Education of Mutes.
Colorado College.
Mining Institute.


Academy of the Sacred Heart, under the charge of the Sisters of Loretto. Sister Vicenta, Superioress.


Denver Collegiate Institute. — 13 Instructors; 4 Departments. Joseph Brinkkk, Principal. High School. St. Mary's Convent and Academy.

Wolfe Hall. — A Boarding and Day School for Girls; founded 1868. Located in the centre of the city of Denver, commanding an extensive view of the Rocky Mountains. 13 Instructors. Address Rt. Rev. J. F. Spalding, D.D., Rector, Denver, Col.

Fort Collins.
Agricultural College of Colorado.


Jarvis Hall.

Matthews' Hall.

State School of Mines. Hon. W». A. H. Lovkland,



Sacred Heart Academy.


Loretto Academy.
Pueblo College.

Trinidad, Lns Animas* Co.
St. Joseph's Academy.


Hon. B. G. NoRTnROP, Secretary of the State Board! of Education, New Haven, Conn.


Academy and Boarding School of the Holy Family.


Bethany Academy. — Boys' Boarding School. Special attention to Pupils backward in their studies. Rev. Wm. Ijov\s Woodriff, Principal.

Bethleliem. Home School for Girls.


Commercial and Military Institute. Benj. B. Pf.n

Field, Principal.

Golden Hill Institute and Family Boarding School.

Golden Hill Seminary for Young Ladies. Address Miss Emily Nelson, Principal, Bridgeport, Conn.

Hillside Seminary for Young Ladies and Children. — Pupils prepared for College; also extended courses for graduation. Refers to Vassar College and to leading professors. Address Anne J. Stone, MaRiana B. Slade, or Cornelia Knowles Fitch, Principals, Bridgeport, Conn. Kindergarten. Miss H. W. Terry, Principal.

Centerville, Aeu> Haven Co.

Atlantic Military Institute (formerly Everest Rectory School). 6 Instructors. Collegiate and Business courses. Address W. M. Walton, Secretary of the Faculty, Centerville, New Haven Co., Conn.


Morgan School.


Bacon Academy.

Connectic u t.


Durnam Academy. — Established 3G years. Aca-
demic, Business, or Collegiate course. L. P. Bissell,

East Haddam.

Mapiewood Music Seminary for Young Ladies. —
Established 1863. A thorough graduate course. The
finest location on the Connecticut River. For cata-
logues, address Prof. D. S. Babcock, East Haddam,

Hill's Academy.


School for Girls. Miss S. Porteh, Principal.

Glastonbury Academy. P. H. Brewer, Principal.

Goshen Academy.


Dr. Pinneo's Family School for Boys.—Instruction
given in all branches necessary to prepare boys for
business or college.

Greenwich Academy. — A Home School for Boys.
Limited number. Thorough instruction. Fits for col-
lege or business. Terms reasonable. Frank Shepakd,
A.M., Principal, Greenwich, Conn.

Greenwich Institute. —English and Classical—for
boys under 14 years of age. No day scholars. For
circulars, address Harry Peck, Principal, Green-
Wich, Conn.

Mrs. West's Boarding and Day School for Young
Ladies. Address Box 186, Greenwich, Conn.


Brainerd Academy. Mary J. H. Chapman, Principal.

American Asylum for the Deaf and Dumb.

Woodburn School — English and Classical School
for Hoys. Grounds (17 acres), Gymnasium, &c. Ad-
dress George E. Abbott, M.D., Principal, Hartford,

Hannum's Hartford Business College. — Pay and
Evening Instruction in Business Branches and "Short
Hand. Conducted by T. W. Hannum and H. W.
Warren, Principals, 370 Asylum Street, Hartford,

Hartford Female Seminary. — Primary, Inter-
mediate, and Academic Departments. 10 Instructors.
William Tenney Gage, Principal.
Hartford Public High School. Joseph Hall, Prin-

Mount St. Joseph's Hoarding School and Academy.
St. Catherine's Academy.
St. Peter's Academy.
Theological Institute of Connecticut.

Trinity College. — Full College course. 16 Profes-
sors. Rev. Thomas I!. Pynchon, D.D., LL. D., Presi-


Kent Seminary. — Four or six boys desired, to fit
for college at $300.00 per year. The locality is remark-
ably healthful and free from those associations that
lead the young astray. Address M. A. Stone, Prin-
cipal, Kent, Conn.

Kent Station, Fairfield Co.
Abel Whitlock's Boarding School.

Lime Rock.

Rocky Dell institute— A Boarding School for Boys.
Re-opens September 11th. Address J. H. Hurlblkt,
Principal. Lime Rock, Conn.


Litchfield Institute. Marshall R. Gaines, Prin-


Madison High School.



Academy of Our Lady of the Sacred Heart.
Berkeley Divinity School.

Wesleyan University. — Three courses of study —
Classical, Latin-scientific, and Scientific. Address
Rev. Cyrus D. Foss, D. D., President, Middletown,

Young Ladies' Seminary. Rev. B. A. Smith, Mrs. E.
M. It. Smith, Principals.

Mystic Bridge,

Mystic Valley institute. — A pleasant home with
thorough instruction either in classes or in private.
Forty students ot both sexes. Address for further in-
formation as to terms. &c. Capt. J. K. Bucklyn, A.
M., Principal, Mystic Bridge, Conn.

Mystic Hirer.
Whipple's Home School for Deaf-Mutes.

New Britain.

Connecticut State Normal School.—For catalogues
or information, address J. N. Carllton, Principal,
New Britain, Conn.
New Britain Seminary.

New Canaan.

New Canaan Institute for Young Ladies. Mrs. E. F.
Ayres, Principal.

New Haven.
Collegiate and Commercial Institute. W. H. Rcssell,
The Elderage School. Miss E. C. Bangs, Principal.

Grove Hall. — Miss Montfort's School for Young
Ladies. Send for circular to Miss Montfort, Nfw
Haven, Conn.

Homesworth Boarding and Day School for Young
Ladies and Children. II Instructors. Preparatory
and Academic Departments. Mrs. L. Black New-
Comb, Principal, 747 West Chapel Street, New Haven,

Homesworth KindcrgartcD. Miss Tallman, Prin-
Hopkins' Grammar School.

Medical Institution of Yale College.—Winter term
begins October 3d. 1878; closes January 30th, 1879.
Fees:—Matriculation Fee, $6.00. For the" Spring term
(February to June), $60.00. Contingent expenses of
Laboratory, Spring term, $10.00. Winter term, Lecture
Fees, $105.00. Demonstrators' ticket paid once a year
by those who dissect, $5.00. Graduation Fee, $25.00.
For further information, address Chas. A. Lindsley,
Dean, New Haven, Conn.

Miss Nott's English and French Family and
Day School for Y'oung Ladies. Circulars sent upon
application. Address Miss Nott, 33 Wall Street, New
Haven, Conn.

Sheffield Scientific School of Y'ale College.—For in-
formation, address Prof. G. J. Brush, New Haven,

vVost End Institute. — Mrs. S. L. Cady's English
and German Family School for Young Ladies. First-
class instruction in all branches. For circulars, address
Mrs. S. L. Cady, Principal, 09 Howe Street, New Ha-
Ven, Conn.

Yale College. — The departments of instruction are
comprehended under four divisions, viz.:
The Faculty of Theology,
of Medicine,
of Law,
of Philosophy and the Arts.

99 Professors and Instructors; 1039 students. Rev.
Noah Porter, D.D., LL.D., President.

Yale Divinity School.—6 Instructors ; 107 students;
3 years' course. Prof. Geo. E. Day, Secretary.

Yale Law School. — Regular courses, 2 years;
Graduate course (for degree of 1). C. L.) 2 years. Fall
term opens September 26th. Address Prof. Way-land,
New Haven, Conn.

Connectic u t.
Yale School of the Fine Arts.

Young Ladies' School. Miss E. H. Daggett, Prin-

New London.
Bulkcley School.

New Preston.
Waramang Academy.


The Newtown Academy Conducted on the "Op-
tional system." Rev. James P. Hovt, A. M., Prin-

Fitch's Home School for Young Ladies and Boys.


Dr. Fitch's Family School for twenty boys. Send
for circular to Dr. Fitch, Principal, Norwalk, Conn.

Terrace Place School. — Boarding and Day School
for Young Ladies and Children. Mrs. J. L. Harlem.
The Selleck School. C. M. Selleck, A.M., Principal.

Boarding and Day School for Young Ladies. Mrs. M.
W. Hakes, Principal.

Convent of the Immaculate Conception, under the
charge of the Sisters of Mercy. Sister M. Sylveria,

French and English Boarding School. Miss H. Mke-
Kek, Principal.
Norwich Free Academy.


Saybrook Seminary,

Seabury institute. — A Collegiate and Academic
School for Young Men. liev. P. L. Bhepard, A.M.,


B9ttj' ni litary Academy. — Emphatically a Home
School. Situation unsurpassed in healthfulness, ac-
cessibility and adaptation to boarding-school purpo-
ses. Thorough instruction and discipline. Careful
moral and Christian training. Hoys prepared for col-
lege and business. Number limited. Circulars sent
on application. Address James 1>ktts, Principal,
Stamford, Conn.

Gothic Hall. — Young Ladies' School. Apply to
Misses Aiken and Chase, Principals, Stamford,

Home School for Young Ladies and Children. Miss
P. L. RtBLET, Principal.

Select Hoarding and Day School. G. B. Glendining,

The Maples A Family School lor Young Ladies

and Children. Board and Tuition in English and
Latin. $:i.)0.00 per year. Modern Languages. Music
and Drawing extra. Address, for circular, Miss M.
G. A. Fess:ni>en, Principal, Stamford, Conn.


English and Classical School for Boys. Fred. Sedu-
Wick. Principal.

Family School for Boys. Rev. E. B. Emerson, Prin-

Stratford Academy for Boys and Girls. Founded
HO"). Geo. B. Hruo, Principal.
Stratford Female Institute.


Connecticut Literary Institution.


Thomaston High School. Robt. Forsyth, A.M..


HiU'a High School, — A Boarding and Day School
for Young Indies and Gentlemen. Beach Hill,

Tyler City.

Alworth Hall.



"The Gunnery':; Family Boarding School.


Academy and Boarding School of the Immaculate


Congregation dc Notre Dame.

St. Margaret's School for Girls.

Westerly, Xew London Co.
Academy of the Sacred Heart.

West Haven.

Oak Hill Ladies.' Seminary. — Established 1845. 9
Instructors. Preparatory and Academic Depart-
ments. Mrs. S. E. \V. Atwater, Principal.


Green's rarms Academy. Charles W. Stevens,

Boarding School. — Terms moderate. AddreBS
Augustus Whitlock, Principal, Wilton, Conn.
Wilton Academy. E. Olmstead,.Principal.


Winchester Academy.


Young Ladies' Institute. — Preparatory and Aca-
demic Departments. Special Classes formed lor pu-
ftils desiring to enter Mt. Holyoke Seminary, Welles-
ey, Vassar, or Smith Colleges. Miss J. S. Williams,


Academy and Boarding School of St. Margaret of


Parker Academy. — A Boarding School for Boys.
Classical and English courses. Wilbur V. Rood,
A.M., Principal.


Family School for Young Ladies. Miss E. Bowen,


VVoodstook Academy.


Hon. James H. Groves, State Superintendent of Free
Schools, Smyrna, Del.


Family School for Young Girls.
Select Family School for Boys.


Wilmington Conference Academy.

Felton Seminary.


Georget wn Academy.


Laurel Classical and Commercial Academy.

Mil ford.

Milford Seminary.


Delaware Uollege. Open to b.oth sexes. Classical,
Scientific and Literary courses. Charges for tuition
remitted to such students as receive the State Scholar-
ships. Address William H. Pursell, L. L. I).. Pre-
sident, Newark, Del.


Smyrna Seminary.


Academy of the Visitation B. V. M This Institu-
tion offers superior advantages for the instruction of
young ladies, The building is a handsome brown-
stone mansion with large grounds, and has been fitted
up at great expense for the comfort and convenience
of the pupils. The location is one of great beauty,
elevated and very healthv, and the past success of the

Sisters is a sufficient guarantee that this institution offers every facility for obtaining a first-class education. Pupils will be received at any time during the year and will be charged with only such portion of it as may remain.

Terms, per session of Five months: Entrance Fee, paid but oucc, $5.00,—Board and Tuition, including Bedding and Washing, per session, $125.00. For more detailed information, apply to the Superioress of the Academy of the Visitation, Delaware Avenue, WilMington, DeL

Delaware State Normal University.
Miss Robertson's Family Boarding and Day School.
Hugby Academy.
Taylor Academy.

Wesleyan Female College. 13 Instructors. Primary, Preparatory und Collegiate Departments. English and Classical Courses. Address Rev. John Wilson, A. M., President, Wilmington, Del.


Wyoming institute of Delaware, for both sexes. 6 Instructors; 88 pupils. Preparatory and Academic Departments. Rev. M. 11 Eath, Principal.


Hon. J. O. Wilson, Superintendent of White Schools, Washington, D. C.

Hon. G. F. T. Cook, Superintendent of Colored Schools, Washington, D. C.


Academy of the Visitation.

Georgetown College—This Institution, conducted by the Fathers of the Society of Jesus, was founded by Archbishop Carroll in 1789 and raised by Congress to the rank of a university in 1815. The Medical Department was established in Washington in Mav, 1851, the Law Department, in October, 1870. The academic year of the Classical Department begins on the First Tuesday of September and ends on the last Thursday of June. The Pension for the Scholastic \ ear for Tuition, Board, Lodging, Washing, etc., is $325.00. Modern Languages (except French) Music, Drawing, etc., extra. For further particulars, address Rev. P. F. Healy, S. J., President, GeorgeTown, I). C.

Georgetown Collegiate Institute.
Georgetown Female Seminary.
Georgetown Institute for Males.

Ladies' Academy of tho Visitation. — Founded 1793. Delightfully located in a healthy situation on the Heights of Georgetown in close proximity to the city of Washington. The extensive grounds afford every facility fjr active exercise which the punils are required to take at all seasons. A public distribution of premiums at the close of each year. Board and Tuition, $3()il.n0 per annum. Music, Languages, etc., extra, Apply to the Directress of the Ladies' Academy of the Visitation, Georgetown, D. C. Young Ladies' Seminary Mrs. II. A. Wheeler, Principal.


Academy of the Sacred Heart of Marv.

Academy of the Visitation.

Boys' English and Classical High School. J. W.

Hunt, Principal.

Miss Calkins' Select School.

Capitol Hill Female Seminary.

Columbian University. — College, Law School and Medical School. For catalogues, address J. C. WelIjno, LL. D., President, Washington, D. C. Emerson Institute.

English and Freuch Boarding and Dav School. Alkr. Bujac, Principal.

English, French and Classical Institute. Mrs. Ano. Jackson, Principal.

District of Columbia

English and French School for Young Ladies. Miss

S. L. Jones, Principal.

German-American Kindergarten and School for Girls

and Boys. Misses Pollock and Noerr, Principals.

Gonzaga College.

Miss Hooper's Kindergarten.

Howard University Open to both sexes. 20 Instructors; 192 students. Collegiate, Medical, Legal and Theological Departments. Wm. W. Patton, President.

Howard University Law School.
Incarnation Church School.

Irving Place Kindergarten. Miss Lucy E. Brown,

Kindergarten Normal Institute for the training of Kindergartners, and National Kindergarten for children from 3 to 10 years of age. Mrs. Louise Pollock and Miss Susie Pollock, Principals. Regular Course opens October 2nd and closes June 18th. Summer class, partial course for teachers, from July 2nd to September 1st. Mrs. Louise Pollock has been for 15 years an earnest student and advocate of the Kinder garten system, and translated Mine. Lina Morgenstern's Paradise of Chttdliood, a Manual for the Family and Kindergarten, in 1864. Miss Susie Pollock graduated in the Kindergarten Normal Institute of Berlin, Prussia. 1869, and nas ever since been successfully engaged in teaching, in accordance with Froebel's system, in Massachusetts and Washington. For terms and particulars, apply to Mrs. Louise Pollock, or Miss Susie Pollock, 1127 Thirteenth Street, N. W., Washington, D. C.

Medical Department of the University of Georgetown.—F. A. Ashford, M.D., Dean, 1330 New York Avenue, Washington, D. C. Miner Normal School.

Mt. Vernon Academy. Mrs. J. E. Somers, Principal. Mt. Vernon Institute. Mrs. C. W. Pairo, Principal. National College of Pharmacy. J. C. Fill, Secretary.

National Deaf-Mute College.—10 Instructors. Preparatory and Collegiate courses of study. Thorough training and advanced education for Deaf-Mutes. Address Edward M. Gallaudet, LL. D., President, Washington, D. C.

National University (Law Department).
Park Seminary. Mrs. G. M. Gosdkon and Miss A. T.
Smith, Principals.
Misses Perley s Select School.

Pinkney Institute. Misses M. and A. Burgess, Principals.

RittoMihouse Academy.
Rosslyn Seminary.
Roys' Classical and Mathematical Academy.

St. Cecilia's Academy.—Under the direction of the Sisters of the Holy Cross. A new Boarding and Day School offering every advantage to young ladies desirous of obtaining a solid and finished education. Terms, including Board, Tuition, Washing, Bedding, General Instruction in Vocal Music, Drawing, Calisthenics, Plain and Ornamental Needle-work, per session of live months. $100.00. Particular attention paid to Vocul and Instrumental Music. For further particulars, address the Sister Superior, 601 East Capitol Street, Washington, D. C. St. Matthew's Academy. St. Matthew's Institute.

School for Young Ladies. Mrs. C. B. Burr, Principal. School for Young Ladies and Children. Miss Mary Kerr, Principal.

Select School. Miss Sarah A. Pollock, Principal.
Select School and Kindergarten. Misses A. D. Mer-
Rill and B. C. Graves, Principals.
Spencerian Business College. H. C. Spencer, Prin-

Theological Department of Howard University.
Thompson Academy.

Washington Conservatory of Music. Dr. O. B. BulLakd, Principal.

District of Columbia.

Washington Kemale Seminary. Mrs. Z. I). BrrcHSR
and Miss M. C. Douglas, Principals.
Washington Normal School. Miss Lucii.i.a E. Smith,
Wayland Seminary.

West End Seminary. Miss V. Faust. Principal.
Young Ladies' Boarding and Day School. Miss Laura
L. Osborne, Principal.

Young Ladies'Seminary. MissM. J. Harrovku, Principal.


Hon. W. H. Haisley, State Superintendent of Public Instruction, Ashee, Fla.

Eau Gallic

State Agricultural College, (not yel fully organized.)


St. Joseph's Academy.

Cookman Institute.

Elvers'do Institute. — A Home School for Girls. Boys under fourteen years of age also admitted as <lay scholars. For circulars, address Mrs. Lucy E. Smith, Jacksonville, Fla. St. Joseph's Academy.

Key West.

Convent of Mary Immaculate for Young Ladies. Directed by the Sisters of the Holy Names of Jesus and Mary. Instruction given in the various branches of a solid, useful, and ornamental education. For information, apply to the Directress.


St. Joseph's Academy.


Masonic Academy.

Pensacola. Christ Church School.

St. Augustine. fit. Joseph's Academy.


West Florida Seminary.


Hon. Gustavis J. Orr, State School Commissioner, Atlanta, Ga.


Annianna Classical School.

Furlow Masonic Female College.

Mulberry Grove Academy.


Georgia State College of Agriculture and Mechanic


Lncy Cobb Institute.

University of Georgia. — 45 Professors and Instructors; 412 students. The Departments of the University are: 1) Academic Department, 2) State College Department, 3) Law Department, 4) North Georgia Agricultural College, 5) Medical Department. Henrv H. Tucker, D.D., L.L.D., Chancellor.


Atlanta Medical College. John Tiiad. Johnson, M.D., Dean.

Atlanta University. — Open to both sexes, without regard to race, color, or nationality. 16 Instructors: 214 students. Preparatory, Collegiate, and Normal Courses. Edmund A. Ware, A.M., President, AtLanta, Ga.

<Jlark University. R. E. Bisbee, President.
Convent of the Sisters of Onr Lady of Mercy.


Eclectic Medical College of Georgia. Dr. I. J. M. Goss, Dean.

Moore's Southern Business University. — The only actual Business School in the South. Established 1858. B. F. Mooke, President.

Augusta Institute.
Medical College of Georgia.
St. Mary's Academy.


Bairdstown Academy.


Gordon Institute.


Benevolence Male and Female High School.


Itlackshear Academy.

Boston, Thomas Co. Groovcrville Academy.


Bowdon College.
Btiena Vista.

Moss Hill Academy. Ida Munro, Principal.
Peach Orchard High School.
BulUird's Station.
I-odge Academy.


Butler Female College and Male Institute.

Cameron. Screven Co. Paris Hill Academy.


Carrollton Masonic Institute.

Cartersville. Erwin Street School.

Cave Spring.

Cave Spring Female Seminar)-.

Georgia Institution for the Deaf and Dumb.

liemi Manual Labor School.


Plenitude Academy.


Cochran High School.

Columbus Female College. — 8 Instructors. Reg-
ular Academic Course and School of Music. Address
C. R. Glenn, President, Columbus, Ga.
St. Joseph's Academy.
Slade's School for Boys.


Conyers Female College.
Conycrs High School.


Corinth Academy.

Southern Masonic Female College.


Crawford Academy.


Andrew Female College. A. L. Hamilton, D.I).,


Cuthbert Male High School.


North Georgia Agricultural College.


Crawford High School.
Dalton Female College.


Danburgh Higti School.

South Georgia Male Institute.

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