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This Institution was opened for the admission of students September 9, 1858, and the collegiate department is now fully
organized, with the following members of the Faculty of Arts:

REV. JOHN McCLINTOCK, D.D., LL.D.,    '    JAMES STRONG, S.T.D.,

President, and Professor of Moral Science.    Vice-President,    and Professor of Biblical Literature.

MARVIN R. VINCENT, A.M.,    OGDEN N. ROOD, A.M.,

Professor of the Latin Language and Literature.    Professor of Chemistry.

CHARLTON T. LEWIS, A.M.,    ALEXANDER    MAC    WHORTER,    A.M.,

Professor of Pure Mathematics.    Professor of Philosophy.

HENRY H. HADLEY, A.M.,

Professor of the Indo-European Languages and Literature.

THE COLLEGE GROUNDS
Comprise a plat of thirty-six acres, of rare beauty and healthfulness of position; and the building is one of the most imposing
and well arranged of the kind in the country, affording accommodations for about one- hundred and fifty students, including
chapel, recitation-rooms, dormitories, boarding hall, and professors’ apartments.

THE PLAN OE INSTRUCTION
Embraces the most approved features of the American College system, with all the essential advantages of the English and
German Universities, giving an opportunity for the most thorough and general literary culture.

the University department proper

Will be inaugurated by appropriate courses of lectures on’ the higher branches of science, art, and literature, as soon as there
shall be graduates prepared to enter upon it. The design of the founders of the institution is to make it a sound Christian (but
not sectarian) school of the highest class, both in scholarship and practical efficiency. The course of study includes

A SCIENTIFIC DEPARTMENT,

Which differs from the classical chiefly in the omission of Latin and Greek, and in occupying only three years.
ANNUAL EXPENSES.


Tuition Fee (for those not on scholarships)...............$35    00

Room Rent...............   16    00

Warming and use of public rooms...........................t    5    00

Repairs............................................................... 4    00

Use of Library.................................................... 2    00

PRESENT PRICES OE SCHOLARSHIPS.

Free tuition for one student for forty years............$100    00    I    Two students perpetually.................................... $500    00

Two students fifty years....................................... 300    00    Three students perpetually................................. 1,000    00

One student perpetually....................................... 300    00    |    Or five for fifty years......................................... 1,000    00

TERMS AND VACATIONS.

There are two terms and two vacations in the college year. The first, or short term, begins with the Thursday on or about the
8th of September, and continues fourteen weeks, followed by a vacation of three weeks. The second or long term, begins with
the Thursday, on or about the 5th of January, and continues till Commencement, on the third Thursday of June.

For circulars and full information, address the President or Vice-President, as above. Letters on tbe business of the Trustees,
should be addressed to Rev. Z. Phillips, Financial Agent, Troy, N. Y.

WALNUT HILL SCHOOL, GENEVA, N. Y.

- ■ .=.—    _    Rev. Dr. Reed’s Boarding School

- - ----    =,&=-    -    —    for Boys is pleasantly situated near

the village of Geneva* The number
is limited to seventy. Boys are pre¬
pared for college, or any department
of life that requires ■


THOROUGH EDUCATION.

The course of study is full, includ¬
ing

Ancient and Modern Languages
SCIENCE,
LITERATURE,

AND THE FINE ARTS

Terms for full English Mathemati¬
cal and Classical course, $250 per
annum. For the Arts the charge is
extra. Circulars will be sent to those
wishing information, on applying to
THOMAS C. REED,
Rector and Proprietor.

ROCHESTER COLLEGIATE INSTITUTE,

N. W. BENEDICT and L. It. SATTERLEE, Principals.

CORNER OF ATWATER AND OREGON STS., ROCHESTER, MONROE COUNTY, N.Y.

To those desirous of being well
prepared to enter


COLLEGE,

Or to take a high position in
professional or commercial life,

THIS INSTITUTION

affords a complete course of syste¬
matic study, based upon the most
thorough discipline of the intel¬
lectual and moral powers.

The superority of its Classical
instruction is widely known.

ITS MATHEMATICAL AND
OTHER DEPARTMENTS
Are equally efficient, being each
conducted bya professional teacher
pf the highest order.

The Female Department,

In charge of an experienced
and highly accomplished precept¬
ress, offers superior advantages to
young ladies, to whom
DIPLOMAS
Are awarded on the completion
of the prescribed course of study.

Students from Abroad
Are provided with the best ac¬
commodations in a boarding de¬
partment, under the supervision
of the Principals.

Circulars containing more par
ticular information may be ob¬
tained by application to the prin¬
cipals, Rochester, Monroe county,
N.Y.



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