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The object of life for each one is to make the utmost possible of himself, physically, intel. lectually, morally, and religiously; and our relationship to our fellow men is such that we bave to work directly for them and indirectly for ourselves. When we do well for others they recognize and reward us; and in this work and recognition we realize our own possibilities,-our better selves. Let each one's motto be, work, growth, and manhood; and as he enters the great workshop of the world, it might be with the following soliloquy :

“Build thee more stately mansions, O, my soul!
As the swift seasons roll;
Leave thy low-vaulted past;
Let each new temple, nobler than the last,
Sbut thee from Heaven with a dome more vast,
Till tbou at length art free,
Leaving thine out-grown shell by life's unresting sea."

GENERAL CATALOGUE.

A general catalogue of the officers and graduates of the College from its commencement in 1857 to 1873 was published in connection with the Annual Catalogue for 1873. As it gives information frequently inquired for, it is here inserted in full.

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STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION. 1857 Hox. HIRAM L. MILLER, Saginaw City 1857 Hon. John R. KELLOGG, Allegan, 1857 Hon. GEORGE WILLARD, Battle Creek, 1857 Hon. IRA MAYHEW, ex officio, . 1857 Hon. WITTER J. BAXTER, Jonesville, 1859 Hon. JOHN M. GREGORY, ex officio,

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1857 1861 1861 1859 1861 1861

STATE BOARD OF AGRICULTURE.

1865 1871 1869 1863

1862 1867 1873 1866

1861 His ExcELLENCY AUSTIN BLAIR, ex officio,
1861 Hon. David CARPENTER, Blissfield, .
1861 Hon. JUSTUS GAGE, Dowagiac,
1861 Hox. Philo PARSONS, Detroit,
1861 Hon. HEZEKIAH G. WELLS, Kalamazoo,
1861 Hon. SILAS A. YERKES, Grand Rapids,
1861 Hon. CHARLES Rich, Lapeer,
1862 HON. ABRAHAM C. PRUTZMAN, Three Rivers, .
1863 Hon. A. S. WELCH, Ypsilanti,
1863 Pres’T T. C. ABBOT, e.c officio,
1865 His EXCELLENCY HENRY H. CRAPO, ex officio,
1866 Hon. ORAMEL HOSFORD, Olivet,
1867 Hon. S. 0. KNAPP, Jackson,
1869 His EXCELLENCY H. P. BALDWIN, ex officio,
1869 Hon. J. WEBSTER CHILDS, Ypsilanti,

Hon. GEO. W. PHILIPS, Romeo,
1873 His EXCELLENCY JOHN J. BAGLEY, ex officio,
1873 IIon. FRANKLIN WELLS, Constantine,
1873 Hon. A. S. DYCKMAN, South Haven,

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NOTE.--Cotil 1861 the inetitution was in charge of the State Board of Edacation.

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ZOOLOGY, PHYSIOLOGY, AND ENTOMOLOGY. 1859 HENRY GOADBY, (Animal and Vegetable Physiology), 1861 MANLY MILES (Physiology and Zoology), 1865 MANLY Miles (Physiology and Practical Agricultire), 1869 A. J. Cook, (Zoology and Entomologs)

HISTORY AND ENGLISH LITERATURE. 1857 Robert D. WEEKS (English Literature and Farm Economy); 1857 T. C. ABBOT, 1861 T. C. ABBOT, 1866 GEO. T. FAIRCHILD (English Literature),

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BOTANY AND HORTICULTURE. 1857 John C. HOLMES (Horticulture), 1860 John C. HOLMES (Horticulture), 1860 GEORGE THURBER,

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1865 ALBERT N. PRENTISS,
1871 Will. W. TRACY (Horticulture),
1871 W. J. BEAL (Botany),
1872 W. J. BEAL,

CIVIL AND RURAL ENGINEERING. 1860 T. C. ABBOT,

PRACTICAL AGRICULTURE. 1865 MANLY MILES,

MENTAL PHILOSOPHY AND LOGIC. 1866 T. C. ABBOT,

SUPERINTENDENTS OF THE FARM. 1857 JOSEPH R. WILLIAMS (President), 1859 R. F. JOHNSTONE, 1860 JAMES BAYLEY, 1862 J. S. TIBBITS, 1864 M. MILES,

SUPERINTENDENTS OF THE GARDENS. 1863 A. N. PRENTISS, 1869 W. W. TRACY, 1872 W.J. BEAL,

INSTRUCTORS. 1859 CLEVELAND ABBE, 1860 R. H. TRIPP,

J. G. RAMSDELL (1861). 1862 C. A. KENASTON, 1863 A. N. PRENTISS, 1863 OSCAR CLUTE,

H. D. BARTHOLOMEW (1864). 1865 GEO. T. FAIRCHILD, 1867 A. J. Cook, 1869 WILL. W. TRACY, J. J. GOLARD-FERNAND (1870).

ASSISTANTS IN CHEMISTRY.
1857 ENOCH BANKER,
1865 W. W. DANIELLS,
1871 W. K. KEDZIE,

LECTURERS.
M. MILES (1860).
A. N. PRENTISS (1869).
W. J. BEAL (1870).

SECRETARIES.
1857 R. D. WEEKS,
1858 CALVIN TRACY,
1859 R. F. JOHNSTONE,
1860 J.C. HOLMES,
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T. C. ABBOT, 1863 C. A. KENASTON,

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1864 SANFORD HOWARD, 1871 RICHARD HAIGI, JR., 1873 WILLIAM H. MARSTON,

STEWARDS. 1857 J. M. SHEARER,

G. A. BROWN (1858).

S. A. LANE (1859). 1860 JAMES BAYLEY, · 1862 J. S. TIBBITS, 1863 F. A. STEBBINS, 1864 S. S. ROCKWELL, 1866 E. A. SHELDON, 1867 S. S. ROCKWELL, 1872 W. J. PRICE,

FOREMEN OF THE FARM. 1857 Hiray HODGES, 1863 C.A. NOBLE, , 1865 C.C. STOWE, 1.866 A. F. ALLEN, 1868

C.C. STOWE, 1871 W. K. NORRIS, 1873 E. H. HUME,

ASSISTANT FOREMEN OF THE FARM. 1867 G. W. HARRISON, 1868 E. H. HUME, 1873 Geo. W. WHITE,

FOREMEN OF THE GARDENS. 1868 W. W. TRACY, , 1869 J. W. ROBINSON, 1871 H. G. REYNOLDS, 1872 P. H. FELKER,

GARDENERS. 1872 WM. WHITTETT, 1873 JAMES SHARK EY,

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GRADUATES OF THE COLLEGE.

1861.
A. F. Allen, Farmer, Butler, Mo.
A. Bayley, Farmer, Troy.
L. V. Beebe, Insurance Agent, Utica, N. Y.
H. D. Ber ham, Died in the Army.
G. A. Dickey, Killed in battle, 1863.
C. E. Hollister, Farmer, Laingsburg.
A. N. Prenties, Prof. Botany, Cornell University, Ithaca, N. Y.

1862. Oscar Clute, Clergyman, Newark, N. J.

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