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nasium (1773;) 5, Secondary-School of the Jesuits at Muenstereiffel (1625,) Gymnasium (1774-1810,) remodeled (1821 ;) 6, Collegium Ferdinandeum of the Jesuits at Grossglogau (1626,) Catholic Gymnasium (1773;) 7, Jesuit Gymnasium at Coesfeld (1627,) complete Gymnasium (1828;) 8, School of the Jesuits at Roessel (1631,) Progymnasium (1833,) Gymnasium (1865;) 9, Institute of the Jesuits at Breslau (1638,) College and Gymnasium (1659;) 10, Convent-School of the Franciscans at Recklinghausen (1642,) secondary City-School (1820,) Progymnasium (1822.) Gymnasium (1828;) 11, Convent-School of the Franciscans at Dorsten, Gymnasium Patrinum (1642,) Progymnasium (1856 ;) 12, Latin ConventSchool at Neustadt, W. P., (1651,) Progymnasium (1857,) Gymnasium (1861;) 13, School of the Franciscus Minorites at Brilon (1652,) Gymnasium Petrinum (1858;) 14, Gymnasium illustre at Hamm (1657,) Gymnasium (1779;) 15, Gymnasium Dionysianum at Rheine, under direction of the Franciscans (1658,) Gymnasium Dionysianum (1861;) 16, Gymnasium Thomæum at Kempen (1664,) reopened (1802,) école sćcondaire (1804,) City-School of four classes (1814,) Progymnasium (1833,) Gymnasium (1857;) 17, Burgher-School at Königsberg, P., (1664,) Real-School, School, first order, (1859;) 18, School of the Jesuits at Oppeln (1669,) Catholic Gymnasium (1773;) 19, School of the Jesuits at Deutsch Krone (1672,) Progymnasium (1823,) Gymnasium (1855;) 20, School of the Minorite Convent at Siegburg (1673,) Progymnasium (1855;) 21, Gymnasium of the Jesuits at Bonn (1673,) Prussian Gymnasium (1814;) 22, Latin School at Magdeburg (1674,) Cathedral Gymnasium (1822;) 23, Frederic Werder Gymnasium at Berlin (1681 ;) 24, College Royale Française at Berlin (1689;) 25, Latin School at Wipperfurth (1690,) Progymnasium (1855;) 26, Frederic School at Francfort, second order, (1694,) Gymnasium (1814;) 27, Franké's Institutes at Halle; Poor School and Pedagogium (1695,) Latin School (1697;) 28, College Française at Königsberg, Private School (1698,) Royal School (1701.)

M. Century XVIII.-1, The Academy of Knights at Brandenburg, (1705;) 2, College of the Augustines at Saarlouis (1707–1789,) Progymnasium (1816,) secondary Burgher-School (1862;) 3, Academy of Knights at Liegnitz (1708;) 4, Evang. School at Landshut (1709,) Real-School, second order, (1859;) 5, Pedagogium of the Convent of our Lady at Magdeburg (1711;) 6, Latin School at Neuweid (1716,) Gymnasium (1819,) partly secondary Burgher-School, partly Gymnasium (1825;) 7, School of the Jesuits at Fraustadt (1722,) dissolved (1773,) reëstablished (1781,) Real-School, first order, (1860;) 8, Orphan Home and Institute at Zullichau (1723,) Royal Pedagogium (1766;) 9, Great School at Gumbinnen soon after 1724, Gymnasium (1812;) 10, Enlargement of the Latin School at Potsdam (1739,) Gymnasium (1812;) 11, Gymnasium Mariano-Seraphico-Nepomucenum at Rietberg (1743,) Progymnasium (1825;) 12, Royal Real-School and Frederic Wilhelm Gymnasium at Berlin (1747,) Gymnasium and Real-School, first order, (1859;) 13, Latin School at Leobschutz (1752,) Catholic Gymnasium (1802;) 14, Orphan

House at Bunzlau (1753,) recognized as pium corpus, with the privilege of qualifying for the University (1760,) Royal Evang. Orphan School (1805,) Burgher-School (1814,) now Progymnasium; 15, first Real-School in Silesia at Breslau (1765,) Schola Fredericiana (1776,) Gymnasium (1812;) 16, School of the Franciscans at Hedingen (1770,) Latin School 1818, Gymnasium with Real School classes (1840,) Prussian Gymnasium (1851;) 17, first Commercial School at Magdeburg (1778-1806,) second (1800–1817,) third Technical and Commercial School (1819,) Real-School, first order, (1861;) 18, Latin School at Mulheim on Rh., to 1785, Progymnasium (1855;) 19, Provincial Institute of Education at Jenkau, near Danzic, (1798,) Classical School (1801-1814,) Teachers' Seminary (1819,) secondary Burgher School (1843;) 20, Commercial School at Hagen (1799,) Real-School, first order, (1862 ;) 21, old Convent School at Eupen (1794-1814,) école sécondaire, and secondary City-School, secondary Burgher-School (1863.)

N. Century XIX.-1, Wilberg's Private Institute at Elberfeld (1806,) secondary Burgher-School (1829,) Real-School, first order, (1859;) 2, Real-School classes of the Francké Institute at Halle (1808,) Real-School, first order, (1861;) 3, College of the Carmelites at Cologne, opened as Progymnasium (1808,) secondary City-School (1820,) Gymnasium of the Carmelites (1825,) Frederic Wilhelm Gymnasium (1830;) 4, Catholic Gymnasium at Gleiwitz (1816;) 5, School for Boys at Bromberg (1817,) Real-School, first order, (1860;) 6, Former School of the Jesuits at Bromberg, Gymnasium (1817;) 7, Burgher-School at Breslau (1817,) RealSchool, first order, (1859;) 8, old Parochial School at Soran, Gymnasium (1818) 9, Cauer's Private School opened in Berlin (1818,) removed to Charlottenburg (1826,) Pedagogium (1840,) Progymnasium (1858;) 10, Secondary-School for Boys at Inoraclaw (1819,) Progymnasium (1857) completed in 1860; 11, the City-School of Crefeld, united with the Scheuten Institute in 1819, Real-School, second order, in 1859; 12, Evang. Gymnasium at Ratibor in 1819; 13, Technical School at Münster in 1822, City Real and Provincial Technical School in 1851, Real-School, first order, 1859; 14, Mathematical Institute at Erfurt in 1822, RealSchool in 1834, Real School, first order, in 1859; 15, Secondary CitySchool at Barmen in 1823, Real School, first order, in 1859; the Progymnasial classes of 1857 became Progymnasium in 1864, Gymnasium in 1865; 16, Lyceum at St. Wendel in 1824, Progymnasium in 1856; 17, City (Fred. Werder's) Technical School at Berlin in 1824, Real School, second order, 1859; 18, Private School at Rheyot in 1827, secondary Burgher-School in 1860; 19, Burgher-School at Erkelenz in 1828, Progymnasium in 1856; 20, secondary Burgher and Real School at Cologne in 1828, Real School, first order, in 1859; 21, Evang. secondary Burgher School at Meseritz in 1833, Real School, first order, in 1859; 22, Royal City Secondary School at Berlin in 1832, Real School, first order, in 1859; 23, Real School at Neisse in 1832, of first order in 1863; 24, Gymnasium at Culm (1832-37;) 25, Stralau secondary City School at-Berlin in 1833,

secondary Burgher School in 1860; 26, City School for Boys at Wittstock in 1834, Real School, second order, in 1863; 27, Private School at Dueren recognized as a public one in 1834, secondary Burgher School in 1863; 28, secondary Burgher School at Aix-la-Chapelle in 1835, Real School, first order, in 1861; 29, secondary School for Boys at Muelheim, in 1835, Real School, first order, in 1859; 30, Real School at Nordhausen in 1835, second order in 1859; 31, Real School at Potsdam in 1835, first order in 1859; 32, District School at Krotoschin in 1836, Gymnasium in 1854; 33, Pedagogium at Putbus in 1836; 34, Dorotheenstadt secondary City School at Berlin in 1836, Real School, first order, in 1861; 35, Luisenstadt secondary City School at Berlin in 1836, Real School, first order, in 1859; 36, Real School at Elbing in 1837, first order, in 1859; 37, secondary Burgher School at Goerlitz in 1837, Real School, first order, in 1859; 38, Real School at Dusseldorf in 1838, first order, in 1859; 39, Burgher School at Tilsit in 1839, Real School, first order, in 1860; 40, Frederic Wilhelm School at Stettin in 1840, Real School, first order, in 1859; 41, Rhenish Academy of Knights at Bedburg in 1841; 42, secondary City School at Solingen in 1841; 43, Evang. Private School at Muenchen-Gladbach in 1842, secondary Burgher School in 1860; 44, Gymnasium at Ostrowo in 1845; Private Institute at Hechingen in 1844, pr. secondary Burgher School, 1859; 16, City Real School at Burg in 1844, Real School, second order, in 1859, Gymnasium in 1864; 47, Progymnasium at Hohenstein in 1845, Gymnasium in 1857; 48, secondary Burgher School at Treves in 1846, united secondary Burgher and Provincial secondary School in 1847; 49, Frederic Gymnasium and Real School at Berlin in 1850, the latter to first order in 1859; 50, secondary Private School at Crefeld in 1851, secondary Burgher School in 1863; 51, Private School at Freyenwalde, a. v. in 1851, Progymnasium in 1863; 52, secondary Private Institute at Guetersloh in 1851, Gymnasium in 1854; 53, Real School at Stralsund in 1852, first order in 1862; 54, Real School and Progymnasium at Ruwicz in 1853, Real School, first order, in 1863; 55, old City School at Greifenberg, in Pomerania, since 1852 Frederic William Gymnasium; 56, Rectorate class at Schrimm, changed into a Secondary School in 1853, Progymnasium in 1861, Gymnasium in 1866; 57, Real School at Posen in 1853, first order, 1859; 58, old Evangelical Parochial School at Stolp, Pomerania, Real School since 1854, Gymnasium in 1857 with Real School classes, the latter secondary Burgher School in 1860; 59, Real Institute at Ruhrort in 1857, Real School, first order, in 1862; 60, old Latin School at Demmin, Progymnasium in 1857; 61, secondary School for Boys at Schneidemuehl in 1858, Progymnasium in 1863; 62, Progymnasium at Berlin in 1858, Royal Wilhelm Gymnasium in 1861; 63, old City Lyceum at Luebben, Real School, second order, in 1859; 64, old Royal secondary School for Boys at Kreuzberg, Silesia, secondary Burgher School in 1860; 65, Catholic Gymnasium at the Apostles in Cologne in 1860; 66, old Latin School at Lauenberg, Pomerania, secondary Burgher School in 1860; 67, secondary Burgher

School at Spremberg in 1861; 68, old Evangelical Rectorate School at Luedenscheid, secondary Burgher School in 1862; 69, secondary Burgher School at Neustadt-Eberswalde in 1862; 70, Progymnasium at Gnesen in 1863, Gymnasium in 1865; 71, Real School, second order, at Essen in 1864; 72, Luisenstadt Gymnasium at Berlin in 1864; 73, Sophia Gymnasium at Berlin in 1865; 74, Luisenstadt Technical School, Real School, second order, at Berlin, 1865; 75, secondary Institute at Jauer, Gymnasium in 1865.

IX. SUMMARY OF GYMNASIUMS AND REAL-SCHOOLS ACCORDING TO PROVINCES.

I. PROVINCE OF PRUSSIA.

A. GYMNASIUMS.

a. Government of Königsberg: 1, Königsberg, Frederic College; 2, at the same, old City Gymnasium; 3, at the same, Kneiphoff Gymnasium; 4, Memel; 5, Braunsberg Catholic Gymnasium; 6, Rastenburg; 7, Hohenstein; 8, Roessel, Catholic.

b. Government of Gumbinnen: 9, Gumbinnen; 10, Insterburg; 11, Tilsit; 12, Lyck.

c. Government of Danzig: 13, Danzig; 14, Neustadt, Catholic; 15, Elbing; 16, Marienburg.

d. Government of Marienwerder : 17, Marienwerder; 18, Culm, Catholic; 19, Thorn: 20, Conitz, Catholic; 21, Deutsch-Kroue, Catholic.

II. PROVINCE OF BRANDENBURG.

a. City of Berlin: 1, Gymnasium of the Gray Convent; 2, Joachimsthal Gymnasium; 3, Frederic Wilhelm Gymnasium; 4, French Gymnasium; 5, Frederic Werder Gymnasium; 6, Frederic Gymnasium; 7, Wilhelm Gymnasium; 8, Coeln Real Gymnasium; 9, Louisenstadt Gymnasium; 10, Sophia Gymnasium.

b. Government of Potsdam: 11, Potsdam; 12, Brandenburg Gymnasium; 13, Brandenburg Academy of Knights; 14, Spandau; 15, New Ruppin; 16, Prenzlau.

c. Government of Frankfurt: 17, Frankfurt; 18, Landsberg; 19, Königsberg; 20, Zullichau Pedagogium; 21, Gaben; 22, Sorau; 23, Cottbus; 24, Luckau.

III. PROVINCE OF POMERANIA.

a. Government of Stettin: 1, Stettin; 2, Anclam; 3, Pyritz; 4, Stargard; 5, Greiffenberg; 6, Treptow.

b. Government of Coeslin: 7, Coeslin; 8, Colberg, Cathedral Gymnasium; 9, New Stettin; 10, Stolp.

c. Government of Stralsund: 11, Stralsund; 12, Greifswald; 13, Putbus, Pedagogium.

IV. PROVINCE OF SILESIA.

a. Government of Breslau: 1, Breslau, Elizabeth Gymnasium; 2, Breslau, Magdalen Gymnasium; 3, Breslau, Frederick Gymnasium; 4, Breslau, Matthias Gymnasium; 5, Oels; 6, Brieg; 7, Schweidnitz; 8, Glatz, Catholic.

b. Government of Liegnitz: 9, Liegnitz, Academy of Knights; 10, Liegnitz, Gymnasium; 11, Jauer; 12, Glogau, Evangelical Gymnasium; 13, Glogau, Catholic Gymnasium: 14, Sagan, Catholic; 15, Bunzlau; 16, Goerlitz; 17, Lauban; 18, Hirschberg.

c. Government of Oppeln: 19, Oppeln, Catholic; 20, Neisse, Catholic; 21, Gleiwitz, Catholic; 22, Leobschutz, Catholic; 23, Ratibor.

V. PROVINCE OF POSEN.

a. Government of Posen: 1, Posen, Frederic Wilhelm Gymnasium; 2, Posen, Mary Gymnasium, Catholic; 3, Lissa; 4, Krotoschin; 5, Ostrowo, Cath. b. Government of Bromberg: 6, Bromberg; 7, Inowraclaw, Cath. and Prot.; 8, Gnesen, C. and P.; 9, Schrimm, C. and P.

VL PROVINCE OF SAXONY.

a. Government of Magdeburg: 1, Magdeburg, Pedagogium at the Convent of

Our Lady; 2, the same, Cathedral Gymnasium; 3, Snedal; 4, Seehausen; 5, Salzwedel; 6, Halberstadt; 7, Wernigerode; 8, Quedlinburg; 9, Burg. b. Government of Merseburg: 10, Merseburg, Cathedral Gymnasium; 11, Halle, Pedagogium; 12, Latin School; 13, Wittenberg; 14, Torgau; 15, Eisleben; 16, Naumburg, Cathedral Gymnasium; 17, Pforta; 18, Rossleben, Convent School; 19, Zeits, Convent Gymnasium.

c. Government of Erfurt: 20, Erfurt, C. and P.; 21, Muehlhausen; 22, Heiligenstadt, Catholic; 23, Nordhausen; 24, Schleusingen.

VII. PROVINCE OF WESTPHALIA.

a. Government of Münster: 1, Münster, Catholic; 2, Warendorf, Catholic; 3, Rheine, Catholic; 4, Burgsteinfurt; 5, Coesfeld, Catholic; 6, Recklinghausen, Catholic.

b. Government at Minden: 7, Minden; 8, Herford; 9, Bielefeld; 10, Gütersloh; 11, Paderborn, Catholic.

c. Government of Arnsberg: 12, Arnsberg, Catholic; 13, Brilon, Catholic; 14, Soest; 15, Hamm; 16, Dortmund.

VIII. PROVINCE OF THE RHINE, AND THE HOHENZOLLERN COUNTRY.

a. Government of Cologne: 1, Cologne, Gymnasium at Marzellen, Catholic; 2, Cologne, Gymnasium at the Apostles, Catholic; 3, Cologne, Frederic Wilhelm Gymnasium; 4, Bedburg, Academy of Knights, Catholic; 5, Bonn, Catholic: 6, Muenstereifel, Catholic.

b. Government of Dusseldorf: 7, Dusseldorf, Catholic; 8, Elberfeld; 9, Barmen; 10, Duisburg; 11, Essen, sim.; 12. Wesel; 13. Emmerich, Catholic; 14, Cleve; 15, Kempen, Catholic; 16, Neuss, Catholic.

c. Government of Coblenz: 17, Coblenz, Cathedral; 18, Wetzlar; 19, Kreuznach.

d. Government of Aix-la-Chapelle: 20, Aix-la-Chapelle, Catholic; 21, Dueren, Catholic.

e. Government of Treves: 22, Treves, Cathedral; 23, Saarbruecken. f. Hohenzollern: 24, Hedingen, Catholic.

B. PROGYMNASIUMS.

I. PROVINCE OF BRANDENBURG.

Government of Potsdam: 1, Charlottenburg, Pedagogium; 2, Freienwalde. II. PROVINCE OF POMERANIA.

Government of Stettin: Demmin.

III. PROVINCE OF SILESIA.

Government of Liegnitz: Bunzlau, Inst. of Orphan Home.

IV. PROVINCE OF POSEN.

Government of Bromberg: Schneidemuehl, sim., (for both denominations.) V. PROVINCE OF SAXONY.

Government of Merseburg: Donndorf, Convent School.

VI. PROVINCE OF WESTPHALIA.

Government of Münster: 1, Dorsten, Cath.; 2, Vreden, Cath.

Government of Minden: 3, Warburg, Cath.; 4, Rietberg, Cath.

Government of Arnsberg: 5, Attendorn, Cath.

VII. PROVINCE OF THE RHINE AND HOHENZOLLERN.

Government of Cologne: 1, Mulheim-am-Rhein, C. and P.; 2, Siegburg, Cath.; 3, Wipperfuerth, Cath.; 4, Kerpen, Cath.

Government of Dusseldorf: 5, Moers; 6, M. Gladbach, Cath.

Government of Coblenz: 7, Andernach, Cath.; 8, Linz, Cath.; 9, Trarbach; 10, Neuwied.

Government of Aix-la-Chapelle: 11, Erkelenz, Cath.; 12, Zuelich, Cath.
Government of Treves: 13, Pruem, Cath.; 14, Sanct. Wendel, sim.

C. REAL SCHOOLS OF THE FIRST order.

I. PROVINCE OF PRUSSIA.

Government of Königsberg: 1, Königsberg i. P., City Real-School; 2, the same, Burgher-School.

Government of Gumbinnen: 3, Insterburg, Real-School class of the Gymnasium; 4. Tilsit.

Government of Danzig: 5, Danzig, St. John's School; 6, Danzig, St. Peter's School; 7, Elbing.

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