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Institution for the Deaf and Dumb...... Delavan, Wis

1852 | E. C. Stone, M. A
Institution for the Deaf and Dumb... Washington, D.C 1857 E.M.Gallaudet, Ph.D., LL.D., Pres't.
Catholic Institution for Deaf and Dumb. St. Louis, Mo.

Mother Stanislaus.
Institution for Improved Instruction of New York City, N. Y. 1864 F. A. Rising, M. A

Deaf-mutes.
St. Mary's Asylum

Buffalo, N. Y.

1862 Sister Mary Ann
Pittsburg Day School..

Pittsburg, Penn ... 1869 A. Woodside
Boston Day School

Boston, Mass

1869 Sarah Fuller National Deaf Mute College.

Washington, D.C. 1864 E. M. Gallaudet, Ph.D., LL.D., Pres't.

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* Sends 4 pupils to Philadelphia. || Sends 2 pupils to California.

tt Sends 5 pupils to Hartford, Conn.
Sends 59 pupils to Hartford, Conn.
iT Sends 15 pupils to Hartford, Conn.

11 Sends 15 pupils to Hartford, Conn.
Sends 122 pupils to Hartford, Conn.

** Sends 11 pupils to Philadelphia, 34 to New York, and 2 to Hartford, Conn.
Sends pupils to Louisiana.

NOTE.-The National Deaf Mute College is a department in the Columbia Institution for Deaf nd Dumb, its students and teachers having been enumerated in the statistics given of the Columbia Institution.

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TABLE XI.-Institutions for the insane in the United States

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1 Hospital for the Insane..
2

Insane Asylum...
3 Retreat for the Insane
4

Lunatio Asylum.
5 General Hospital for the Insane
6 Lunatic Asylum
7 Hospital for the Insane
8 Hospital for the Insane
9 Hospital for the Insane.
10 Kansas Insane Asylum..
11 Eastern Lunatic Asylum
12 Western Lunatic Asylum.
13 Insane Asylum
14 Insane Hospital...
15 Maryland Hospital
16 Mount Hope Institution
17 The Sheppard Asylum..
18 McLean Asylum
19 Lunatic Hospital
20 Boston City Lunatic Asylum
21 Lunatic Hospital
22 Lunatic Asylum.
23 Asylum for the Insane
24 Hospital for the Insane.
25 Lunatic Asylum...
26 Lunntic Asylum...

Asylum for the Insane
28 Lunatic Asylum..
29 Bloomingdale Asylum .
30 New York City Lunatic Asylum

Lunatie Asylum.

Sandford Hall
33 Brigham Hall..
34 Kings County Lunatic Asylum
35 Asylum for Insane Convicts
36

The Marshall Infirmary ......
37 The Willard Asylum .......
38 The Hudson River Hospital
39 Tusane Asylum

Tuscaloosa.
Stockton.
Hartford.
Litchfield.
Middletown
Milledgeville
Jacksonville
Indianapolis
Mount Pleasant.
Osawatomie
Lexington
Hopkinsville
Jackson ..
Augusta
Baltimore.

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Somerville
Worcester
Boston.
Taunton
Northampton
Kalamazoo.
St. Peter
Jackson
Fulton
Concord
Trenton
Bloomingdale
New York City.
Utica....
Flushing
Canandaigna.
Flatbush.
Auburn
Troy......
Ovid
Poughkeepsie.
Raleigh

1860 Peter Bryce
1851 G. A. Shurtleff
1824 John S. Butler
1858 W.P. Buell
1868 A. M. Shaw
1842 Thomas F. Greene.
1851 H. F. Carriel
1848 Orpheus Everts.
1861 Mark Ranny
1868 C. 0. Game.
1824 W.S. Chipley*
1854 James Rodman
1848 Preston Pond.
1840 Henry M. Harlow
1834 W. T. Stewart
1842 W. H. Stokes.
1868
1818 John E. Tyler
1833 Merrick Bemis.
1839 Clement A. Walker
1854 W. W. Godding
1858 Pliny Earle
1859 E. H. Van Deusen
1865 C. K. Bartlett
1855 A. B. Cabaniss
1851 C. H. Hughes
1842 J.P. Bancroft.
1848 H. A. Buttolph.
1821 D. Tilden Brown.
1839 R. L. Parsons
1843 John P. Gray
1847 John W. Barstow
1855 G. Cook and J. B. Chapin...
1855 Edward R. Chapin...
1858 Charles E. Van Anden.
1859 J. D. Lomax
1868 J.B. Chapin.
1868 J. M. Cleaveland
1856 Eugene Grissom

160
862
181

20
101
389
350
318
378

15
340
288
151
340
120
165
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178
386
184
392
411
229
108
145
369
235
520
164

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40 Central Lunatic Asylum
41 Longview Asylum.
42 Northern Lunatic Asylum.
43 Southern Lunatic Asylum.
44 Friends' Asylum
45 Insane Department, Philadelphia Hospital.
46 Pennsylvania Hospital for the Insane
47 Lunatic Asylum.
48 Western Pennsylvania Hospital
49 Butler Hospital for the Insane.
50 State Lumatic Asylum...
51 Hospital for the Insane..
52 Hospital for the Insane.
53 Asylum for the Insane ......
54 Eastern Lunatic Asylum
55 Western Lunatic

Asylum
56 Hospital for the Insane.....
57 Hospital for the Insane.
58 Government Hospital for the Insane.

Columbus.
Mill Creek
Newburg
Dayton
Philadelphia

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Harrisburg
Dixmont.
Providence
Columbia
Nashville
Austin.
Brattleboro
Williamsburg.
Staunton
Weston
Madison
Washington

Ohio

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Pennsylvania

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Rhode Island
South Carolina.
Tennessee
Texas
Vermont.
Virginia

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West Virginia
Wisconsin
Dist. of Columbia.

State.
County
Stats...
State.
Corporate
County
Corporate
State...
Mixed
Corporate
State.
State.
State.
State.
State.
State.
State.
State.
United States

1838 William L. Peck
18530. M. Langdon
1855 J. M. Lewis
1855 Richard Gundry
1817 J. H. Worthington

D. D. Richardson.
1842 Thomas S. Kirkbrede
1851 John Curwen
1856 Joseph A. Reed
1847 J. W. Sawyer
1828 J. W. Parker*
1840 John H. Callender
1860 B. Graham
1836 W. H. Rockwell.

D. R. Brown
1828 F. I. Stribling
1864 R. Hills
1860 Alexander McDill
1855 Charles H. Nichols.

320
438
265
250

55
674
349
358
282
155
104
300

72
516
182
320
204
267
472

* Since resigned, but name of successor unknown. | Not opened. This table is furnished by Dr. Charles H. Nichols, superintendent of the Government Asylum for the Insane. TABLE XII.--Statistics of institutions for the blind in the United States.

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Institution for Deaf, Dumb, and Blind. Talladega, Ala
Asylum for the Blind

Mobile, Ala.
3 | Institution for the Blind

Ark
4 Institution for Deaf, Dumb, and Blind. Oakland, Cal..
5 Institution for the Blind

Macon, Ga
Institution for the Blind

Jacksonville, ni.
Institution for the Blind

Indianapolis, Ind.
8 Lustitution for the Blind

Hinton, Iowa.
9 Institution for the Blind

Wyandotte, Kans
10 Institution for the Blind

Louisville, Ky.
11 Perkins Institution and Massachusetts Boston, Mass.

Asylum for the Blind.
12 Asylum for Deaf, Dumb, and Blind Flint, Mich
13 Asylum for Deaf, Dumb, and Blind Faribault, Minn.
14 Asylum for the Blind

Jackson, Miss.
15 Institution for the Blind

St. Louis, Mo.
16 | Institution for the Blind

New York City, N. Y.
17 Institution for the Blind

Batavia, N. Y
18 Institution for Deaf, Dumb, and Blind. Raleigh, N.C.
19 | Institution for the Blind

Columbus, Ohio.
20 Institution for the Blind

Philadelphia, PA 21 Blind School

Nashville, Tenn. 2 | Institution for the Blind ..

Janesville, Wis

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NOTE:-Here it was intended to present fall statistics of asylums for idiots, and inobriato asylums but, owing to the want of information, a list of institutions only is given.

TABLE XV.-Miscellaneous Special Schools.

SCHOOLS OF ART.

Information has only been received from one of these schools, the Cooper Union, the main items of which are given below:

Namo, Cooper Union for the Advancement of Science and Art. Location, New York City. Year of foundation, 1859. President, Peter Cooper. Number of instructors, 26. Total number of students during the term, 2,824, distributed in the following manner: Free art school for women, 231. Free school for women in wood engraving, 25. School of telegraphy for women, 82. School of telegraphy for men, 40. Free night school of science, 744. Free school of art, 1,702. Annual receipts, $44,805 55. Annual expenditures, $43,871 70.

SCHOOLS OF MUSIC.

Information has likewise only been received from one of this class of schools, viz., the Now England Conservatory of Music, in Boston.

Name, New England Conservatory of Music. Location, Boston. Director, E. Tourjée. Number of instructors, 34. Total number of students during the term, 1,827 — 1,436 ladies. 391 gentlemen.

NAUTICAL SCHOOLS.

Information has been received from one of this kind of schools, viz., the Massachusetts Nautical School, which forms a branch of the Massachusetts State Reform School at Westborough,

Name, Massachusetts Nautical School. Location, school-ship G. M. Barnard, in Bogton Harbor. Year of foundation, 1860. Superintendent, Richard Matthews. Salaried officers, 14. Boys received during the last term, 476. Total number of boys received during the last ten years, 1,950, (average age, 15.) Of these, 778 have been shipped in the national, merchant, and whaling service, 76 enlisted in the Army; 644 have been discharged on probation. Ineome, $65,939 46. Expenditures, $65,939 40.

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