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$21, 915 52

260 00 3, 000 00

3. Expenditures.
For salaries paid for instruction.....
For prizes, scholarships, etc....
For gratuitons aid to 142 students..
For improvements and repairs of buildings and

grounds.....
For fuel and other incidental expenses.
For interest on debt...
For all other purposes.

1, 792 75 3, 528 58 6, 446 58 15, 329 27

Total ....

$32, 272 70

4. Benefactions during the year.
Mrs. T. H. Powers et als., for Powers' building...
Gifts through President Potter...
Leri Parsons, for indigent students.
William K. Vanderbilt..
Sums from sundry persons, less than $1,000 each..

$35, 000 00

1, 800 00 1, 500 00 5, 000 00 5, 793 00

Total ...

$49, 093 00 LIST OF PRESIDENTS AND PROFESSORS OF UNION COLLEGE FROM

THE BEGINNING.

Presidents.
Rev. John Blair Smith, D. D., 1795-99.
Rev. Jonathan Edwards, D. D., 1799-1801.
Rev. Jonathan Maxcy, D. D., 1802-04.
Rev. Eliphalet Nott, D. D., LL. D., 1804-66.
Rev. Laurens Perseus Hickok, D. D., LL.D., Acting President, 1861 ; President, 1867 to '68.
Hon. Ira Harris, LL. 1)., Acting, 1868-69.
Rev. Charles Augustus Aiken, D. D., Ph. D., 1869-71.
Rev. Eliphalet Nott Potter, D. D., LL. D., 1871-84.
Hon. Judson S. Landon, A. M. (ad interim), 1884

Professors.
John Taylor, M., Mathematics and Natural Philosophy, 1797. Died 1801.

Rer. Andrew Yates, D. D., Latin and Greek, 1797-1801. Moral Philosophy and Logic, 1814-2-. Died 1844.

Cornelius H. Van der Heuvel, LL. D., Mathematics and Natural Philosophy, 1798-99. Died 1799.

Benjamin Allen, LL. D., Mathematics and Natural Philosophy, 1800-09. Died 1886. Timothy Treadwell Smith, A. M., Greek and Latin, 1801-03. "Died 1803.

Rev. Thomas Macauley, D. D., LL. D., Lecturer on Mathematics and Natural Philosophy. Professor of Mathematics and Natural Philosophy, 1811-14. Died 1862.

Rev. Thomas C. Brownell, D. D., LL. D., Logic and Belles-Lettres, 1806-11. Lecturer on Chemistry, 1811-14. Rhetoric and Chemistry, 1814-19. Died 1865.

Pierre Gregoire Reynaud, French, 1806-22. Died Rev. Henry Davis, D. D., Greek, 1807. Died 1852. Frederick R. Hassler, Mathematics and Natural Philosophy, 1810-11. Died 1843. Rev. Francis Wayland, D. D., LL. D., Mathematics and Natural Philosophy, 1821-26. Died 1865.

Rev. Robert Proudfit, D. D., Greek and Latin, 1818-19. Emeritus, 1849-60. Died 1860.

Rev. Alonzo Potter, D. D., LL, D., Mathematics and Natural Philosophy, 1822-26. Rhetoric and Natural Philosophy, 1831-45. Honorary Vice-President, 1847-65. Died 1865.

Joel Benedict Nott, A. M., Lecturer on Chemistry, 1822-23. Professor of Chemistry, 1823-31. Died 1878.

Benjamin Franklin Joslin, M. D., LL. D., Mathematics and Natural Philosophy, 1827-37. Died 1861.

Rev. John Austin Yates, D. D., Oriental Literature, 1827-49. Died 1849. Rev. Pierre Alexis Proal, D. D., Instructor in French, 1826-36. Died Isaac W. Jackson, LL. D., Mathematics and Natural Philosophy, 1831-77. Died 1877. Rev. Thomas C. Reed, D. D., Adjunct Professor of Political Economy and Intellectual Philosophy, 1831-49. Latin, 1849-51. Died 1883.

Chester Averill, A. M., Adjunct Professor of Chemistry and Botany, 1834. Died 1836. Rev. John Nott, D. D., Assistant Professor of Rhetoric, 1839-44. Edward Savage, A. M., Assistant Professor of Chemistry and Natural Philosophy. 1887. Died 1840.

Jonathan Pearson, A. M., Assistant Professor of Chemistry and Natural Philosophy. 1839-49. Natural History, 1849 — Agriculture and Botany, 1873 — Librarian.

John Foster, LL. D., Assistant Professor of Mathematics and Natural Philosophy, 183949. Natural Philosophy, 1849

Rev. James Nichols, Assistant Professor of Languages, 1839-41. Died 1864.

J. Louis Tellkampf, J. U. D., German. Lecturer on Civil Polity and History, 1838-43. Died 1876.

Rev. Robert M. Brown, D. D., Assistant, Greek and Latin, 1846,
William Mitchell Gillespie, LL.D., Civil Engineering and Mathematics, 1845-68. Died 1868.
Hon. Reuben H. Walworth, Law, 1847.

Wendell Lamoroux, A. M., Instructor, 1849-50. Modern Languages and Assistant Professor of Belles-Lettres, 1850-58. Acting Professor of Modern Languages, 1862-64. Eng. lish Essays, 1876

Alexander M. Vedder, A. M., M. D., Anatomy and Physiology, 1849-63. Died 1878.

Tayler Lewis, LL. D., Ancient Oriental Languages and Literature, 1849-63. Ancient Languages, 1863-77. Died 1877.

Elias Peissner, A. M., German Language and Literature and Instructor in Latin, 1554-63. Colonel; killed at Chancellorville, 1863.

Rev. John Newman, D. D., Latin Language and Literature, 1852-63.
Charles A. Joy, A. M., Ph. D., Chemistry, 1855-57.
Samuel T. Freeman, A. M., Lecturer on Law, 1855.
Alexander J. Thomson, A. M., Lecturer on Law, 1856-63.
Charles F. Chandler, Ph. D., LL. D., Chemistry, 1858-65.

Benjamin Stanton, A. M., Professor and Principal of Union School, 1858-63. Latin, 1863-74. Died 1874.

John A, De Remer, A. M., Adjunct Professor of Mathematics, 1865-66.
William C. Macy, A. M., Adjunct Professor of Greek, 1865-66.
Rev. Nathaniel G. Clarke, D. D., Logic, Rhetoric and English Literature, 1863-66.

Henry Whitehorne, A. M., Professor and Pricipal of Union School, Schenectady, 1863. 69. Greek, 1869

Timothy E. Wilcox, M. D., Assistant in Laboratory, 1863-64.
William Wells, A. M., Ph. D., Modern Languages and Literature, 1865
Maurice Perkins, A. M., Analytical Chemistry, 1865 –
Charles A. Schaeffer, A. M., Ph. D., Assistant in Laboratory, 1565.66.
Rev. Ransom B. Welch, D. D., Logic, Rhetoric and English Literature, 1866-77.
Cady Staley, A, M., C. E., Civil Engineering, 1869 Dean of Faculty, 1880
Nathan Hale, Acting Professor of Mental and Moral Philosophy, 1869 Died 1871.
William J. McAlpine, Lecturer in Civil Engineering, 1869-70.
Harrison E. Webster, A. M., Natural History, 1873-83.
Samuel B. Howe, A. M., Professor and Principal in Union School, 1869
Rer. Egbert C. Lawrence, A. M., Assistant Professor of History, 1880-81.
Rev. Robert T. S. Lowell, D. D., Latin Language and Literature, 1873-79.
Captain Thomas Ward, U. S. A., Military Science, 1873-77.
Isaiah B. Price, C. E., A. M., Tutor of Mathematics and Adjunct Professor of Physics,
1875-77. Mathematics and Adjunct Professor of Physics, 1877. Died in 1884.

Charles S. Halsey, A. M., Professor and Principal of Classical Institute, 1875
Lieutenant Clermont L. Best, U. S. A., Military Science, 1877-30.
Rev. George Alexander, D. D., Logic and Rhetoric, 1877-83.
Hon. Samuel T. Benedict, Lecturer on Law, 1873-80.
Ferdinand J. Ballart, Assistant in Chemistry, 1877-78.
Henry Coppeé, LL. D., English Philosophy, Literature and History, 1878-84.
Hon. William A. Potter, A. M., Architecture and Decorative Art, 1878

Rev. Timothy Grenville Darling, D. D., Acting Professor of Mental Philosophy and Hebrew, 1879-80.

Charles W. Vanderveer, Director of Gymnasium, 1879
Major J. W. MacMurray, A. M., U.S. A., Military Science, 1880-83.
James E. Benedict, A. M., Assistant in Zoology, 1879-82.
Ira N. Hollis, U. S. N., Mechanical Engineering, 1881-84.
Sidney G. Ashmore, A. M., Latin Languages and Literature, 1881
First Lieutenant Henry W. Hubbell, U. S. A., Military Science, 1883 —

Winfield S. Chaplin, Mathematics and Adjunct Professor of Physics, 1883-84. Mathematics, 1883.

Rev. Wm. E. Griffis, D. D., Acting Professor of Mental Science, 1883-84.
Rev. Giles P. Hawley, Acting Professor of Rhetoric, Logic and Metaphysics, 1884

Tutors. 1
John Younglove, A. M., 1802-05.

Isaac W. Jackson, LL. D., 1826-31. Jacob Brodhead, D. D., 1802-04.

Thomas C. Reed, D. D., 1826-31. Cornelius D. Westbrook, D. D., 1803-05. Chester Averill, A. M., 1828. Thomas Dunlap, A. M., M. D., 1803-05. George W. Eaton, D. D., 1829-30. Thomas Macauley, D. D., LL. D., 1805-06. John Nott, D. D., 1830-39. Thomas C. Brownell, D. D., LL. D., 1805-06. John Totten, D. D., 1831-32. Aaron Blake, 1805-06.

Duncan L. Stewart, A. M., 1832-33. Gardiner Braman Perry, D. D., 1805-07. Edward Savage, A. M., 1833-37. Samuel Macauley, M. D., 1806-10.

Albert T. Chester, D. D., 1833-36. William McMurray, D. D., 1806-07.

Jonathan Pearson, A. M., 1836-39. Thomas Clarke, A. M., 1807-10.

John Foster, LL. D., 1836-39. Noah M. Wells, 1808-10.

Benjamin Richards, A. M., 1835-37. Gideon Hawley, LL. D., 1809-10.

Wilson Ingalls, A. M., 1836-37. Henry W. Warner, A. M., 1809-11.

Villeroy D, Reed, D. D., 1837-38. Thomas T. Warner, A. M., 1811-12.

James Nicbols, A. M., 1838-39. John Kirby, A. M., 1811-15.

Robert M. Brown, D. D., 1842-46. Ebenezer H. Silliman, A. M., 1811-13. Wm. Kelley, A. M., M. D., 1842-46. Walter Monteth, A. M., 1812-15.

Henry Pomeroy, A. M., 1845-46. Samuel Backus, A. M., 1813-15.

Clarkson Nott Potter, LL. D., 1845-47. John Ludlow, D. D., 1815-16.

Peter V. Vedder, D. D., 1846-47. Samuel S. Davis, D. D., 1815-17.

Hiram H. Perry, A. M., 1846-50. Benj. Blydenburgh Wisner, D. D., 1815-18. John B. Tibbitts, A. M., 1847-48. William M. Adams, A. M., 1816-17.

Howard Potter, A. M., 1847-50. Francis Wayland, D. D., LL. D., 1816-21. Joel Huntington, 1849-50. Barnabas Bruen, A. M., 1817-19.

Charles H. Taylor, D. D., 1849-50. Alonzo Potter, D. D., LL. D., 1819-22. Wm. L. Aiken, A. M., 1849-50. Joel Benedict Nott, A. M., 1820-22.

Charles S. Vedder, D. D., LL. D., 1851-52. Benjamin F. Joslin, M. D., LL. D., 1822-27. Elias Peissner, A. M., 1851-54. John Austin Yates, D. D., 1825-27.

Nelson Millard, D. D., 1854-58. Edward Davis, D. D., 1825-27.

Dwight K. Bartlett, D. D., 1854-58. 1 The Literary titles affixed to names were in many cases those afterward received. About half of the number became clergymen.

Sidney A. Norton, Ph. D., Chemistry, 1857. Thos. R. Featherstonhaugh, Latin and HisJohn A. DeRemer, A. M., 1855-65.

tory, 1873-76. David L. Millard, A. M., 1858.

Isaiah B. Price, C. E., A. M., Mathematics Hiram J. Gordon, A. B., 1859-62.

and History, 1872-75. Wm. C. Macy, A. M., 1862-65.

Chas. J. Colcock, Mathematics, 1875-77. John Ide Snell, Mathematics, 1865-67. Joseph R. Davis, Classics, 1877-80. Cady Staley, A. M., C. E., Mathematics and Samuel W. Buck, Physics and EngineerCivil Engineer, 1867-69.

ing, 1877-78. Charles F. Noble, A. M., Greek, 1867-69. Newton L. Reed, Tutor in English, 1880-81. Lewis E. Rockwell, A. M., Mathematics, 1868. Geo. W. Dean, S. T. D., Latin, 1880-81. Harrison E. Webster, A. M., Natural His. Courtland V. Anable, Mathematics, 1881-84.

tory and Physical Geography, 1869-73. Henry F. DePuy, C. E., 1884. Egbert C. Lawrence, a. M., Mathematics, James Stoller, A. b., Natural History, 1884. 1870-73.

Statistics of Attendance and Graduation.

UNDERGRADUATE CLASSES.

UNDERGRADUATE CLASSES.

graduating Graduated, (A. B.)

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1852.

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105 80 90 72 81 72 90 80 79 109 77 78 69 62 50 51 66 78 91

3 6 14 7 7 8 17 15 13 14 11 18 29 27 28 29 45 40 89 50 43 52 56 65 66 76 62 79 62

12 17 25 45 24 15 19 11 12

6 17 22 26 21 16

1840. 31 1641.) 36 1842.) 28 1843.) 82 1844.) 27 1845.) 32 1846.) 24 1847./ 32 1848. 30 1849. 27 1850. 9 1851. 8

8 1853. 16 1854. 28 1855. 41 1856. 62 1857. 35 1858. 41 1859.) 42 1860. 40 1861.36 1862. 46 1863. 16 1864.) 25 1865. 21 1866. 27 1867./ 28 1868. 17 1869. 17 1870. 22 1871. 27 1872.) 20 1878. 83 1874. 39 1875. 52 1876., 59 1877. 45 1878. 50 1879. 50 1880. 45 1881.64 1882. 51 1883.50

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81 69 73 88 96 118 96 89 97 83 68 70 87 122 182 121 134 133 109 89 76 81 72 59 46 40 46 26 15 20 44 28 24 34 27 83

112 295

278 96 265 75 242 81 222 79

243 111 289

299 102 328 140 322 104 266 102 257 106 | 235 89 223 81 241 83 300 102 383 180 395 145

411 159

440 143 437 140 390 124

352 99 285 98 294 84 249 71 223 60 199 43 162 56

164 29

114 24 103 14 89 33 184 28 160 16 144* 88 165 26 168+ 28 156 27 160 28

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Present Faculty of Union College. Hon. Judson S. Landon, President ad interim, Lecturer on the Constitution of United States and its History.

John Foster, LL. D., Nott Professor (No. 8) of Natural Philosophy.
Jonathan Pearson, A. M., Professor of Agriculture and Botany. "Librarian.
Henry Whitehorne, A. M., Nott Professor (No. 1) of Greek Language and Literature.
William Wells, LL. D., Professor of Modern Languages and Literature.
Maurice Perkins, A. M., M. D., Nott Professor (No. 3) of Analytic Chemistry. Curator
of Museum.

Cady Staley, A. M., C. E., Dean. Professor of Civil Engineering.
Sidney G. Ashmore, A. M., Professor of Latin Language and Literature.
Winfield S. Chaplin, Professor of Mechanics.
Wendell Lamoroux, A. M., English Essays and Oratory.
Rev. Giles P. Hawley, A. M., Acting Professor of Logic, Rhetoric and Metaphysics.

First Lieutenant Henry W. Hubbell, Jr., 18th Artillery, U. S. A., Professor of Military Science and Tactics.

Samuel B. Howe, A. M., Adjunct Nott Professor (No. 4). Principal of Union School and Superintendent of Schools of Schenectady.

James Stoller, A. M., Tutor in Natural History.
Henry F. DePuy, C. E., Tutor in Mathematics.

II. ALBANY MEDICAL COLLEGE. In 1833, an application made to the Legislature for the incorporation of a Medical College in the city of Albany was referred to the Regents for consideration, and led to a lengthy adverse report,"

| Assem. Doc. 288, 1833.

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