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XVII. COLLEGES IN THE

Name.

Place.

Presidents.

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1 Bowdoin,

Brunswick, Me. Leonard Woods, Jr., D. D. 1802 2 Waterville,*

Waterville,

David N. Sheldon, D. D. 1820 3 Dartmouth, Hanover, N. H. Nathan Lord, D. D.

1769 4 University of Vermont, Burlington, Vt. Worthington Smith, D. D. 1791 5 Middlebury,

Middlebury, Benjamin Labaree, D. D. 1800 6 Norwich University,

Norwich,
Rev. Edward Bowers,

1834 7 Harvard University, Cambridge, Mass. Jared Sparks, LL. D.

1636 8 Williams, Williamstown, Mark Hopkins, D. D.

1793 9 Amherst,

Amherst,

Edw. Hitchcock, D.D., LL. D. 1821 10 Holy Cross,

Worcester,
Rev. J. Early,

1843 11 Brown University,* Providence, R. I. Francis Wayland, D. D.

1764 12 Yale,

New Haven, Conn. Theodore D. Woolsey, LL. D. 1700 13 Trinity,t

Hartford,
John Williams, D. D.

1824 14 Wesleyan University,! Middletown,

1831

Stephen Olin, D. D., LL. D. 15 Columbia, t New York, N. Y. Charles King,

1754 16 Union,

Schenectady,
Eliphalet Nott, D. D.

1795 17 Hamilton,

Clinton,
Simeon North, LL. D.

1812 18 Madison University,* Hamilton,

1819 19 Genevat

Geneva,
Benjamin Hale, D. D.

1823 20 University of New York, New York,

Geo. W. Bethune, D. D. 1831 21 St. John's, S

Fordham,
A. J. Thebaud, S. J.

1841 22 St. Paul's, t. College Point,

1837 23 College of New Jersey, Princeton, N. J. James Carnahan, D. D. 1746 24 Rutgers,

New Brunswick," Theo. Frelinghuysen, LL. D. 1770 25 Burlington, Burlington, George W.Doane, D. D., LL.D. 1846

1755 26 University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, Penn. John Ludlow, D. D. 27 Dickinson,

Carlisle,
Jesse T. Peck, D. D.

1783 28 Jefferson, Canonsburg, A. B. Brown, D.D.

1802 29 Washington, Washington, David McConaughy, D. D.

1806 30 Allegheny, t.

Meadville,
John Barker, D. D.

1817 31 Pennsylvania, Gettysburg, C. P. Krauth, D. D.

1832 32 Lafayette,

Easton,
George Junkin, D. D.

1832 33 Marshall, Mercersburg, John W. Nevin, D. D.

1836 34 West. University of Penn., Pittsburg,

Heman Dyer, D. D.

1819 35 Delaware, Newark, Del. James P. Wilson, D.D.

1833 36 St. John's, Annapolis, Md. Hector Humphreys, D. D.

1784 37 St. Mary's, $ Baltimore, Rev. O. L. Jenkins,

1799 38 Mount St. Mary's, Emmetsburg, John McCaffrey, A. M.

1830 39 St. James's,t

Near Hagersto'n “ John B. Kerfoot, A. M. 1844 40 Washington,

Chestertown, E.F.Chambers, Pres.of Trus. 1783 41 Georgetown, S Georgetown, D. C. Rev. James Ryder, D. D.

1792 42 Columbian,* Washington, Joel S. Bacon, D. D.

1821 43 William and Mary, t

1692 Williamsburg, Va. Rev. John Johns, 44 Hampden-Sidney, Prince Ed. Co., Lewis S. Green, D.D.

1783 45 Washington,

Lexington,
George Jankin,

1812 46 University of Virginia, Charlottesville, Gessner Harrison, Ch. of Fac. 1819 47 Randolph-Maconi Boydton,

L. C. Garland, A. M.

1832 48 Emory and Henry, Glade Spring,

1839

Charles Collins, A. M. 49 Rector,*

Taylor Co.,

Charles Wheeler, A. M. 1839 50 Bethany College,

1840 Bethany,

Alexander Campbell, A. M. 51 Richmond,*

Richmond,
Rev. Robert Ryland,

1832 52 Virginia Military Institute, Lexington, Col. F. H. Smith, Sup't, 1839 53 University of N. Carolina, Chapel Hill, N. C. David L. Swain, LL. D.

1789 54 Davidson, Mecklenburg Co.“ Samuel Williamson, D.D.

1838 55 Wake Forest,*

Wake Forest,
John White,

1838 56 Charleston, Charleston, S. C. William P. Finley, A. M.

1785 57 South Carolina, Columbia,

1804 58 Erskine,

Abbeville Dist., 59 Franklin, Athens, Ga. Alonzo Church, D. D.

1785 60 Oglethorpe, Milledgeville, Samuel K. Talmage,

1836 61 Emory,

Oxford,
Geo. F. Pierce, D. D.

1837 62 Mercer University,* Penfield,

J. L. Dagg, D. D.

1838 63 Christ Coll. and Epis. Inst.t Montpelier, Charles Fay,

1839 64 University of Alabama, Tuscaloosa, Ala. Basil Manly, D.D.

1831 65 La Grange,

La Grange,
Edward Wadsworth,

1831 66 Spring Hill, Spring Hill, John Bazin,

1830 67 Howard,*

Marion,
S. S. Sherman,

1841 68 Oakland,

Oakland, Miss. Jeremiah Chamberlain, D. D. 1830 69 University of Mississippi, Oxford,

Rev. A. B. Longstreet, LL. D. 1844 70 Mississippi College, Clinton,

Rev. C. Parrish, 71 Centenary,

Jackson, La. Rev. R. H. Rivers,

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2,558

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877

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6,203
1,317
870

9 1,725 5,932 257

327 1,409 3,026

658 200 131 320

35 380 3,031 513

450 1,562

117 126

600 173

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76 221 95 63 59 293 177 176 120 156 386

66 125 130 230 149 127

42 151 110

29 243

76 118

88 142 197 105 122 76 82 81 11 45 30 122 126 32 70 180 55

25,590

8,100 16,500 10,000 6,000 1,700 84,200 12,412 16,000

4,220 31,000 49,000 9,000 11,123 17,000 15,000 10,300 7,000 5,400 4,000 12,000

2,800 16,000 1,500 1,200 5,000 12,000 10,000 3,300 8,200 4,000 5,000 1,300

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140 227

5,142

579 1,000 441 131 146 101 94 11 71 150 187 137

40 90 30 32

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First Wednesday in September.
Second Wednesday in August.
Last Thursday in July.
First Wednesday in August.
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Third Wednesday in July.
Third Wednesday in August.
Second Thursday in August.
Last week in August.
First Wednesday in September.
Last Thursday in July.
First Thursday in August.
First Wednesday in August.
Wednesday after 4th Monday in July.
Fourth Wednesday in July.
Fourth Wednesday in July.
Third Wednesday in August.
First Wednesday in August.
Wednesday preceding 4th of July.
Second or third week in July.
Last Thursday in June.
Last Wednesday in June.
Fourth Wednesday in July.
September 29th.

The 15th, 16th, or 17th of July.
Second Thursday in July.
Second Wednesday in June,
Last Wednesday in September.
First Wednesday in July.
Third Thursday in September.
Third Wednesday in September.
Last Wednesday in August.
Last Wednesday in June.

Third Wednesday in July.
The 22d of February.
Third

Tuesday in July.
Last Wednesday in June.
Last Thursday in July.
August 20th.
Near the last of July.
Second Wednesday in July.
July 1lth.
Wednesday before 4th of July.
Third Thursday in June.
June 29th.
Second Wednesday in June.
Last Wednesday in June.
Last Wednesday in September.
July 4th.
Third Wednesday in December.
July 4th.
First Thursday in June.
Last Thursday in June.
Third Thursday in June.
Tuesday after 4th Monday in March.
First Monday in December.
First Wednesday in August.
Wednesday after 2d Monday in Nov.
Wednesday after 3d Monday in July.
Last Wednesday in July.
Wednesday after 2d Monday in July.
First Wednesday in June.
First day of February.
Fourth Thursday in July. /...g?"
First Thursday in April.
Second Thursday in July.
Last Thursday in July.
Last Wednesday in July.

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600 1,236

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5,500 3,292 19,600 4,000 4,500 1,200 23,250 6,000 5,000 8,000 5,000 1,700 6,000 6,640 2,500 1,200 2,000 12,347 1,150 4,700 2,000 1,700

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72 St. Charles, S
Grand Coteau, La. Th. Soller, S. J.

1838 73 Baton Rouge,

Baton Rouge,
R. H. Ranny,

1838 74 Franklin,

Opelousas,
Othon Boudet,

1839 75 Greenville, Greenville, Tenn. James McLin,

1794 76 Washington, Washington Co.,

1794 77 University of Nashville, Nashville,

Philip Lindsley, D. D.

1806 78 Franklin,

Near Nashville, Tolbert Fanning, A. M. 1845 79 East Tennessee,

Knoxville,

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

C. Anderson, A. M.

1844 81 Jackson,

Columbia,
B. H. Ragsdale,

1833 82 Union,*

Murfreesboro',
J. H. Eaton,

1848 83 Transylvania,

Lexington, Ky. H. B. Bascom, D. D., LL. D. 1798 84 St. Joseph's, $

Bardstown,
* J. M. Lancaster,

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

1819 86 Augusta,

Augusta,
J. Tomlinson, D. D.

1825 87 Georgetown,* Georgetown, “ J. L. Reynolds, D. D.

1840 88 Bacon,

Harrodsburg,
« E. S. Burnet,

1836 89 Western Military Institute, Blue Lick Springs, Col. T. F. Johnson, A. M.

1847 90 Shelby,

Shelbyville, “ Rev. W. J. Waller, M. D. 91 Ohio University, Athens, Ohio, Alfred Ryors, D. D.

1804 92 Miami University, Oxford,

E. D. Macmaster, D. D. 1809 93 Franklin,

New Athens,
William Burnett,

1825 94 Western Reserve,

Hudson,

George E. Pierce, D. D. 1826 95 Kenyon,t

Gambier,

Sherlock A. Bronson, D. D. 1827 96 Granville, *

Granville,
Silas Bailey, D. D.

1832 97 Marietta,

Marietta,
Henry Smith, D. D.

1835 98 Oberlin College,

Oberlin,
Asa Mahan, A. M.

1834 99 Cincinnati, Cincinnati,

1819 100 St. Xavier, $

Cincinnati,
J. De Blieck,

1840 101 Woodward,

Cincinnati, Thomas J. Biggs, D. D. 1831 102 Ohio Wesleyan University, Delaware,

Edward Thomson, D. D. 1842 103 Indiana State University, t Bloomington, Ind. Andrew Wylie, D. D.

1816 104 Hanover College, South Hanover, Sylvester Scovel, D. D.

1829 105 Wabash, Crawfordsville, Charles White, D. D.

1833 106 Indiana Asbury University, Greencastle, L. W. Berry, D.D.

1839 107 St. Gabriel's, $

Vincennes,
J. P. Bellier,

1843 108 Franklin,

Franklin,

Geo. C. Chandler, A. M. 1837 109 Minois,

Jacksonville,
Ill. J. M. Sturtevant, D. D.

1829 110 Shurt leff, * Upper Alton, Adiel Sherwood, D. D.

1835 111 McKendree,I

Lebanon,

Erastus Wentworth, A. M. 1835 112 Knox,

Galesburg,
Jonathan Blanchard,

1837 113 University of St. Louis, S St. Louis, Mo. J. Van de Velde,

1832 114 St. Vincent's, Cape Girardeau,“ Hector Figari, C. M.

1843 115 Masonic,

Marion Co.,

J. Worthington Smith, 1831 116 Missouri University, Columbia,

John H. Lathrop, A. M.

1840 |117 St. Charles,

St. Charles,
John W. Robinson,

1837 118 Fayette,

Fayette,

Archibald Peterson, 119 College of Arts and Sciences in University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Mich. Professors in rotation,

1837 120 St. Philip's,

Near Detroit,
Mr. Bowens,

1839 121 Wisconsin University, Madison, Wisc. John H. Lathrop,

1849 The Colleges marked thus (*) are under the direction of the Baptists; thus (t), Episcopalians; thus (:), Methodists ; thus (3), 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.

From most of the Colleges returns have been received of their condition, Jan. 1, 1850. In a few of the Colleges, the graduales of the collegiate year 1849 - 50 have been added.

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145 343

90 164 160

50 113 199

No. of
Minis-

Stu- 1 Volumes in
dents. Libraries.

Commencement.
ters.
103

4,000 July 15th.
45

300 December.
70

First of November.
41
3,000

Third Wednesday in September.
42

1,000
75 9,456 First Wednesday in October.
2 75

2,000 Third Wednesday in October.
57

4,500 First Wednesday in August. 7 47

4,100

Last Friday in July. 13 26

2,500

St. John's Day (June 24th). 12 65

800

Third Wednesday in July. 50

14,000 Wednesday before 3d Friday in August. 126

7,000 Last Thursday in July. 84 114 5,500 Last Thursday in June. 51

2,500 Thursday after 1st Wednesday in Aug. 18 77

6,500 Last Thursday in June. 60

1,800 Last Friday in June. 217

First day of September. 93

4,000 First Wednesday in September. 18

5,500 First Wednesday in August. 66

8,000 Second Thursday in August. 80

2,200 Last Wednesday in September. 46 54

8,000 Second Thursday in June. 48 50

7,000 First Wednesday in August. 40 6,000 Second Wednesday in July. 44 55

6,400 Last Wednesday in July. 130 66

4,200 Fourth Wednesday in August. 84

Last Monday in June. 3 70

6,300 July 15th. 1 19

1,400 Friday before July 4th. 5 38

2,800 Last Wednesday in July. 15 97

3,000

First Wednesday after 2d Mond. in Aug. 49

38 2.200 Third Thursday in August.
17 38 6,000 Thursday nearest 20th July.
14
72 2,700

Third Wednesday in July.
50

12 1,000 Fourth Wednesday in July. 32

34 3,000 Second Thursday in July. 2 13

1,600

Fourth Thursday in July.
5 57 1,700 Second Wednesday in July.

58 3,000 Fourth Wednesday in June.
160

12,000 July 15th.
90
5,000

Last Thursday in July.
45

Last Thursday in September. 52

Fourth Thursday in August.
1 20

390 Second Thursday in August.
75
72 5,316 Third Wednesday in July.
30 3,000 First Monday in October.

Preparatory Department only open.
ANNUAL COLLEGE EXPENSES.

220 17 30 108 100 59 64

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Room-rent
Name.

Instruction. and other

Coll. Exp. Bowdoin,

$ 24.00

$ 22.00 Dartmouth,

27.00 13.24 Harvard,

75.00 15.00 Williams,

30.00

9.00 Amherst,

33.00

15.00 Brown,

40.00

23.00 Yale,

33.00 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

Total
College
Charges.
$ 46.00

40.24
90.00
39.00
48.00
63.00
54.00
47.25
40.00
78.14
47.00
98.00
61.00
52.00
41.00

Wood, Board. Lights, and

Washing. 39 weeks, $58.50 $35.00 38

57.00 9.00 40

" 70-90.00 39

65.00 40

60.00 17.00 39

60.00
40
" 60-90.00

20.00 39

58.50 20.00 38 or 39 w. 58.00 40 weeks, 80.00 28.00 43

75.25 22.75 44

110.00 20.00 40

90.00 20.00 40

100.00 25.00 42

50.00 12.00

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Bangor Theological Seminary, Bangor, Me. Congregation., 1816 3

37 202 7,000 Meth. Gen. Bib. Institute, Concord, N. H. Methodist. 1847 3 40

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

69 4,300 N. Hampton Theol. Seminary, New Hampton,“ Baptist, 1825 2 36

2,000 Theological Seminary, Andover, Mass. Congregation., 1807 6 871,006 21,259 Divinity School, Harv. Univ., Cambridge, Cong. Unit., 1816 2 23 238 3,000 Theological Institution, Newton,

Baptist, 1825 3 33 201 5,500 Theol. Dep. Yale College, New Haven, Conn. Congregation., 1822 4 52 596 900 Theol. Inst. of Connecticut, East Windsor,

1834 3 17 151 5,000 Theol. Inst. Episc. Church, New York, N. Y. Prot. Episcop., 1817 5 64 336 10.000 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 4 32 133 4,000 Hartwick Seminary,

Hartwick, Lutheran, 1816 2 5 52 1,250 Theol. Sem. Ass. Ref. Church, Newburg, Ass. Ref. Ch., 1836 1 11

143 3,200 Th. Sem. Dutch Ref. Church,' N.Brunswick,N.J. Dutch Ref., 1784 3 36 179 Theol. Sem. Presbyt. Church, Princeton, Presbyterian, 1812 5 153 1,626 11,000 Seminary, Lutheran Church, Gettysburg, Pa. Evang. Luth, 1826 2 26200 9,000 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 40 98,000 Theological Seminary, Philadelphia, “

Ref. Presbyt., 3 13 Episc. Theol. School of Va., Fairfax Co., Va. Prot. Episcop., 1822 4 38 229 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 Southern Theol. Seminary, Columbia, S. C. Presbyterian, 1831 3 24 124 4,500 Theological Seminary, Lexington, Lutheran, 1835 2 10 20 1,800 Furman Theological Seminary, Fairfield Dist., Baptist, 1826 2 30 30 1,000 Mercer Theological Seminary, Penfield, Ga.

1833) 3 4

1,000 Howard Theol. Institution, Marion, Ala.

1843| 2 101

1,000 Western Bap. Theol. Institut., Covington, Ky.

1840 4 181 9 2,000 Southwest Theol. Seminary, Maryville, Tenn. Presbyterian, 1821 2 24 90 6,000 Lane Seminary, Cincinnati, Ohio,

1829 3 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 22 43 80 Granville Theol. Department, Granville, Baptist, 1832) 2 8

500 Oberlin Theol. Department, Oberlin,

Congregation., 1834 3 20124 Theol. Sem. Ass. Ref. Church, Oxford,

Asso. Ref., 1839 1 121

31 1,500 Indiana Theological Seminary. S. Hanover, Ind. Presbyterian,

101 Alton Theological Seminary, Upper Alton, Ill. Baptist, 1835

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