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73 Franklin,
O pelousas, La. Othon Boudet,

1839 74 University of Louisiana, New Orleans, Hon. T. H. McCaleb,

1849 75 Tusculum, NeurGreenville, Ten. S. W. Doak, D. D.

1843 76 Washington, Washington Co., E. T. Bard, A. M.

1795 77 University of Nashville, Nashville,

Felix Robertson, P. of Trus. 1806 78 Franklin,

Near Nashville, Tolbert Fanning, A. M. 1844 79 East Tennessee,

Knoxville,

Joseph Estabrook, A. M. 1792 80 Cumberland University, Lebanon,

Rev. T. C. Anderson, D. D. 1844 81 Jackson,

Columbia,
B. F. Mitchell,

1833 82 Union,* Murfreesboro', J. H. Eaton, LL. D.

1848 83 Transylvania, Lexington, Ky. James B. Dodd,

1798 84 St. Joseph's, S Bardstown, ** Rev. J. B. Emig,

1819 85 The Centre, Danville, “ John C. Young, D. D.

1820 86 Georgetown,*

Georgetown, Rev. D. R. Campbell, A. M. 1840 87 Kentucky Military Institute, Franklin Springs," Col. E. W. Morgan, Sup. 1846 89 Shelby, Shelbyville, “ A. Guentz, P. D.

1841 89 Ohio University,

Athens, Ohio, Solomon Howard, D. D. 1804 90 Miami University, Oxford,

W. C. Anderson, D. D.

1809 91 Franklin,

New Athens,
Rev. A. D. Clark,

1824 92 Western Reserve,

Hudson,

George E. Pierce, D. D. 1826 93 Kenyon,t

Gambier,

Sherlock A. Bronson, D. D. 1827 94 Granville,*

Granville,
Silas Bailey, D. D.

1831 95 Marietta,

Marietta,
Henry Smith, D. D.

1835 96 Oberlin College,

Oberlin,

Rev. Charles G. Finney, 1833 97 St. Xavier, s

Cincinnati,
George A. Carrell,

1840 98 Ohio Wesleyan University, Delaware,

Edward Thomson, D.D. 1844 99 Wittenberg,

Springfield, Samuel Sprechen, D. D. 1845 100 Urbanna University, Urbanna,

Milo G. Williams, Dean, 1850 101 Indiana State University, Bloomington, Ind. Rev. Alfred Ryors, D. D. 1816 102 Hanover College,

Hanover,
T. E. Thomas, D. D.

1832 103 Wabash, Crawfordsville, Charles White, D. D.

1834 101 Indiana Asbury University,1 Greencastle, Daniel Curry, D.D.

1837 105 Ilinois,

Jacksonville, Ill. J. M. Sturtevant, D. D. 1830 106 Shurtleff,*

Upper Alton, Rev. N. N. Wood, D. D. 1835 107 McKendree, i

Lebanon,

Rev. A. W. Cumminge, D. D. 1835 108 Knox,

Galesburg,
Jonathan Blanchard,

1837 109 University of St. Louis, St. Louis, Mo. Rev. J. B. Druyts,

1832 110 St. Vincent's,

Cape Girardeau, “
Rev. R. Henesy,

1843 11 Masonic,

Marion Co., J. Worthington Smith, 1831 112 Missouri University, Columbia,

Rev. James Shannon, A. M. 1841 113 St. Charles,

St. Charles,
John W. Robinson,

1837 114 Fayette,

Fayette,

Archibald Peterson, 115 University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Mich. H. Tappan,

1837 1116 St. Philip's, S

Near Detroit,
Mr. Bowens,

-1839 117 Wisconsin University, Madison, Wisc. John H. Lathrop, Chancellor, 1848 118 Beloit,

Beloit, Rock Co., Rev. Aaron L. Chapin, D. D. 1848

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The Colleges marked thus (*) are under the direction of the Baptists ; thus (t), Episco. palians; thus (1), Methodists ; thus (S), Catholics. With respect to the Colleges which are unmarked, the prevailing religious influence of those that are in the New England States is Congregationalism; of most of the others, Presbyterianism.

By Instructors, in the above table, is meant those connected with the undergraduates; and by students, except the Roman Catholic institutions and a few of the Colleges in the Southern and Western States, is meant undergraduates, or members of the four collegiate classes ; not including such as are pursuing a professional education, or such as are members of a preparatory department. Some of the Colleges above enumerated are not in full operation, and scarcely deserve a place in the table. The column of Libraries includes the number of volumes in the College Libraries and in the Students' Libraries.

The above table shows the condition of the colleges near January, 1853, and 1854. Re. turns have not been received from some of the colleges to so late date. Any one noticing errors or imperfections in the list is requested to send the necessary corrections to the editor.

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4,100 St. John's Day (June 24th).
1,300 Third Wednesday in July,
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300 June.
4,600 First Wednesday in August.
8,000 Last Thursday in June.
5,000 Last Wednesday in September.
8,000 Second Thursday in July.
7,000 First Wednesday in August.
7,000 Second Wednesday in July.
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Fourth Thursday in June.
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3,300 Fourth Thursday in June.
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5,500 Last Thursday in July,

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Coll. Exp. Bowdoin,

8 24.00 $ 22.00 Dartmouth,

27.00 13.24 Harvard,

75.00 15.00 Williams,

30.00

9.00 Amherst,

30.00 15.00 Brown,

40.00

23.00 Yale,

39.00 21.00 Wesleyan,

36.00 11.25 Hamilton,

26.00 14.00 New Jersey,

50.00

28.14 Dickinson,

33.00 14.00 University of Virginia, 75.00 23.00 North Carolina Univ., 50.00

11.00 Transylvania,

40.00

12.00 Western Reserve,

30.00 11.00

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45.00
63.00
60.00
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40.00
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47.00
98.00
61.00
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Bangor Theological Seminary, Bangor, Me. Congregation., 1816 3 37

202 7,000 Meth. Gen. Bib. Institute, Concord, N. H. Methodist,

1817 3
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2,000 Gilmanton Theol. Seminary, Gilmanton, Congregation., 1835 3 23

69 4,300 N. Hampton Theol. Seminary, Now Hampton," Baptist,

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2,000 Theological Seminary, Andover, Mass. Congregation., 1807 6

871,006 21,259 Divinity School, Harv. Univ., Cambridge, Cong. Unit.,

27 238/ 3,000 Theological Institution, Newton,

Baptist,

33 201/ 5,500 Theol. Dep. Yale College, New Haven, Conn. Congregation., 1822) 41

57 637 900 Theol. Inst. of Connecticut, East Windsor,“

1831 3 17 151/ 5,000 Theol. Inst. Episc. Church, New York, N. Y. Prot. Episcop., 1817 5 58 430 11,963 Union Theological Seminary,

Presbyterian, 1836 5 106 211 18,000 Theol. Sem. of Auburn, Auburn,

1821 4

30 580 6,000 Hamilton Lit, and Theol. Inst., Hamilton, Baptist, 1820 2 11

248 8,000 Rochester Theol. Seminary, Rochester,

1850 2

29 6 3,000 Hartwick Seminary, Hartwick; Lutheran, 1816 2

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52) 1,250 Theol. Sem. Ass. Ref. Church, Newburg, Ass. Ref. Ch., 1836 1 143 3,200 Th. Sem. Dutch Ref. Church, N.Brunswick,N.J. Dutch Ref.,

17843 25 179 7,000 Theol. Sem. Presbyt. Church, Princeton, Presbyterian, 1812 5 1531,626 11,000 Seminary, Lutheran Church, Gettysburg, Pa. Evang. Luth., 1825 2

20 250 7,000 German Reformed,

Mercersburg, Germ. Ref. Ch. 1825) 2 18. 121 6,000 Western Theol. Seminary, Alleghany T., Presbyterian, 1828 2 48 252 6,000 Theological School,

Canonsburg, Asso. Church, 1792 2 33 147 2,000 Theological Seminary, Pittsburg, Asso. Ref., 1828 3 35 85) 1,500 Western Theological School, Meadville, Cong. Unit., 1844 4 401 98,000 Theological Seminary, Philadelphia,“ Ref. Presbyt., 3 13 Episc. Theol. School of Va., Fairfax Co., Va. Prot. Episcop., 1822 4 32 229 5,000 Union Theological Seminary, Prince Ed.Co., Presbyterian, 1824 3 20 175 4,000 Virginia Baptist Seminary, Richmond, Baptist,

1832 3 67 1,000 Theological Seminary, Columbia, S. C. Presbyterian, 1831 5 40 176 5,296 Theological Seminary, Lexington, Lutheran, 1835 21 10 20 1,800 Furman Theological Seminary, Fairfield Dist., Baptist,

1826 2 30 30 1,000 Mercer Theological Seminary, Penfield, Ga.

1844 21 6 11 2,200 Howard Theol. Institution, Marion, Ala.

1843 1 13 3 1,000 Western Bap. Theol. Institut., Covington, Ky.

1840 4 18 9 2,000 Southwest Theol. Seminary, Maryville, Tenn. Presbyterian, 1821 2

24 90 6,000 Lane Seminary, Cincinnati, Ohio,

1829 30 36 257 10,500 Theol. Dep. Kenyon College, Gambier, Prot. Episcop., 1828 4 4 30 4,500 Theol. Dep. Wes. Res. College, Hudson, Presbyterian, 1830 3 14

79 Granville Theol. Department, Granville, Baptist, 1832 2

500 Oberlin Theol. Department, Oberlin,

Congregation, 1835 3 23 135 300 Theol. Sem. Ass. Ref. Church, Oxford,

Asso. Ref.,
18391 12

31) 1,500 Wittenberg,

Springfield, Christian, 1845 2 8 New Albany Theol. Seminary, Hanover, Ind. Presbyterian, 1832 3 15 156 4,000 Alton Theological Seminary, Upper Alton, Ill. \Baptist, 11835

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Maine Medical School, Brunswick,Me. 1820
N. H. Medical School, Hanover, N.H. 1798
Castleton Medical College, Castleton, Vt. 1818
Vermont Medical College,

Woodstock, Vt. 1835 Medical School, Harv.Univ., Cambridge, Ms. 1782 Berkshire Medical School, Pittsfield, 1823 Medical Inst. Yale College, N. Haven, Ct. 1813 Coll. Phys. & Surg., N. Y., N. York, N.Y. 1807 Med. Inst. Geneva Coll., Geneva,

1835 Med. Faculty, Univ. N. Y., N. York,

1841 Albany Medical College, Albany,

1839 Med. Dep. Univ. Penn., Philadel., Pa.

1765 Jefferson Medical College,

1824 Med. Dep. Penn. College.

1840
Philadelphia Coll. of Med.,
Med. School, Univ. Md., Baltimore, Ma. 1807
Washington Med. College,

1827
Med. School, Columb. Coll., Washington, 1825
Med. School, Univ. Va., Charlottesville, 1819
Med. Dep. Hamp.-Sid. Coll., Richmond, Va. 1833
Winchester Med. College, Winchester,“
Med. Coll. State of S.C., Charleston, S.C. 1833
Med. College of Georgia, Augusta, Ga. 1830
Med. Dep. Univ. Louisiana, N. Orleans, La. 1835
Med. Dep. Univ. Nashville, Nashville, Ten. 1850
Med. Dep. Transylv. Univ., Lexington, Ky. 1818
Med. Dep. Univ. Louisville, Louisville, 1837
West'n Reserve Med. Coll., Cleveland, Oh. 1844
Medical College of Ohio, Cincinnati,“

1819
West. Coll. Homepath. Med. Cleveland, 1850
Starling Medical College, Columbus, 1847
Indiana Medical College,

Laporte, Ind. Indiana Central Med.College, Indianapolis,

1849 Rush Medical College,

Chicago, IN. 1842 University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, 1837 Med. Dep. of St. Louis Univ., St. Louis, Mo. 1836 Med. Dep. of Missouri Univ., Columbia,

1846

Grad.
Prof. Stu.

Lectures commence.

uates. 6 70 700 February 15th. 6 45 850 First week in Aug. 7 104

555 4th Thurs. in Aug. 8 91 350 Ist Th. in March. 6 127 575 1st Wed. in Nov. 5 103 473 Ist Th. in Sept. 6 35 678 September. 6 219 852 1st Mon, in Nov. 6 79 490 2d Wed. in Sept. 11 280|1,184 3d Mon. in Oct. 8 114 58 Ist Tues. in Oct. 7 450 5,316 1st Mon. in Nov. 7 514 2,036 1st Mon. in Nov. 7 150 56 11th October.

75 250

100 909 October 31st. 6 25

Ist Mon. in Nov. 40 81 Ist Mon. in Nov. 4 121

Ist October 7 90 40 October 13. 5

Ist Mon. in Oct. 8 158 2d Mon. in Nov. 7 115 124 2d Mon. in Nov. 7 188

3d Mon. in Nov. 9 220 140 Ist Mon. in Oct. 7 214 1,351 1st Mon. in Nov. 7 376 53 Ist Mon. in Nov. 6 202 411 Ist Wed. in Nov. 8 130 331 1st Mon, in Nov. 8 62 17 1st Mon. in Nov. 8 124 53 1st Mon. in Nov. 7 104 19 Ist Mon. in Nov. 8 50 28 November 1st. 6 70 16 Ist Mon. in Nov. 5 95

1st Wed. in Oct. 9 138 141 November 1st. 7 103 13 1st Mon. in Nov.

XXIV. SMITHSONIAN INSTITUTION. - NOVEMBER, 1854.

MEMBERS, ex officio. Franklin Pierce,

James Campbell, William L. Marcy,

Caleb Cushing, James Guthrie,

Roger B. Taney, Jefferson Davis,

Charles Mason, James C. Dobbin,

John T. Towers.

BOARD OF REGENTS.
Vice-President of the United States,

David Stuart, U. S. Representative,
Roger B. Taney, Chief Justice United States, Rufus Choate, Mass.,
John T. Towers, Mayor of Washington,

Gideon Hawley, N. Y.,
James A. Pearce, U. S. Senator,

Richard Rush, Penn.,

Citizens, James M. Mason,

John M. Berrien, Ga., Stephen A. Douglas,

A. Dallas Bache, Members of James Meacham, U. S. Representative,

Joseph G. Totten, 3 Nat. Inst.
Wm. H. English,

OFFICERS.
The President of the United States, er Officio Presiding Officer.
The Vice-President of the United States, er Officio Second Presiding Officer,
Roger B. Taney, Chancellor.
Joseph Henry, LL. D., Secretary.
Spencer F. Baird, Assistant Secretary.
Wm. J. Rhees,
W. W. Seaton, Treasurer.

Executive Committee.
Joseph G. Totten,
A. Dallas Bache,

James A. Pearce.

Honorary Members. Robert Hare,

Washington Irving, Benjamin Silliman, Parker Cleaveland,

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