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FIRST TERM. Olmsted's Natural Philosophy, Mechanics and Hydrostatics, Anatomy and Physiology, Principles of Zoology, Systematic Zoology, with Lectures.

SECOND TERM. Natural Philosophy—Pneumatics, Acoustics, Electricity, Magnetism, and Optics; Chemistry, Whately's Logic, English Literature.

THIRD TERM.

Olmsted's Astronomy, Logic completed, Whately's Rhetoric, Guizot's History of Civilization.

FOURTH YEAR.

FIRST TERM. Kames' Elements of Criticism, Haven's Mental Philosophy, Hitchcock's Geology.

SECOND TERM. Lectures on Chemistry, Mental Philosophy completed, Political Economy, Butler's Analogy.

THIRD TERM. Moral Philosophy, Lectures on Social and Political Science.

Lessons in English Bible, and Exercises in Reading and Composition, weekly throughout the Course.

YOUNG LADIES' PREPARATORY.

Stoddard's Intellectual Arithmetic, Ray's and Stoddard's Practical Arithmetic, English Grammar, Elocution, Modern Geography, Orthography, Reading, Andrews and Stoddard's Latin Grammar and Reader, Algebra to Equations of the Second Degree.

Students not taking a regular course may, with the approbation of the Faculty, pursue such studies as they may select in either course.

MUSIC, PAINTING, AND DRAWING.

VOCAL MUSIC. Systematic and thorough Instruction in Vocal Music is given, without extra charge, to all members of the Institution who desire it. A large portion of the pupils attend to this branch of study.

INSTRUMENTAL MUSIC. Ample facilities, under competent and experienced teachers, are afforded to all who wish instruction in Instrumental Music.

TERMS FOR INSTRUCTION ON THE PIANO.
Tuition per Quarter . . . . . . . . $12:00
Use of Instrument . . . . . . . . 2:00

The best instruction is afforded in the art of Drawing and Painting. The teacher employed in this Department is an experienced and skilful artist, and has had eminent success in imparting the art to others.

The Ladies of the First Year receive a course in Linear Drawing without extra charge. For others the prices per Term are as follows :

Oil Painting, with use of models ..... $10.00 Water Colours, with use of paints and brushes 5.00 Crayon Drawing, Term of 50 lessons. ... 5.00 Linear Drawing, Terin of 50 lessons . ... 4.00

Young Ladies connected with the Institution are required to make their arrangements for Music and Drawing under the direction of the Principal of the Ladies' Department.

FRENCH. The French Language is taught by an accomplished and educated Frenchman, who gives instruction to classes several hours a day, and to private pupils whenever it is desired. Superior facilities are thus afforded to all for acquiring a thorough knowledge of this Language.

RELIGIOUS EXERCISES. All students are required to attend church twice on the Sabbath, and the weekly religious lecture on Thursday.

They are also required to attend daily prayers, in the evening, at the chapel, and in the morning, in the families in which they board. Every class has a weekly exercise in the English Bible, which all are required to attend.

There is a weekly prayer-meeting on Monday evening for all young people, in the chapel, conducted by the students; and a weekly prayer-meeting for each class, conducted by one of the teachers.

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STUDIES OF THE THEOLOGICAL DEPARTMENT,

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JUNIOR CLASS.
MIDDLE CLASS.

SENIOR CLASS.
FALL TERM.
FALL TERM.

FALL TERM.
1. Hebrew, Tu. W. Th. F. | 1. Systematic Theology, Tu. 1. Systematic Theology, Tu.
8. ........................ 9
W. Th. F.

W. Th. F. ...............10 2. Greek Harmony, Tu. W. 1 2. (a)

Greek Exegesis, Tu.

2. (a) Greek Exegesis, Tu.

W........... ........11
Th. F. S. ............... 81 () Hebrew Exegesis, Th..

....11 3. (a) *Jahn's Archæology,

F. S. .......................11 (6) Hebrew Exegesis, Th. Tu. W. Th. ............10 3. (a) *Jahu's Archæology,

F. S. .... (5) Skeletonizing, F. ....10 m Tu. W. Th. ............10 3. Sermonizing, W.F. ...... 0

(6) Sermonizing, W. F... 9 4. Rhetorical Exercises, S. 4. Rhetorical Exercises, S. 4. Rhetorical Exercises, 8. 9 to 11 9 to 11

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SPRING TERM.
SPRING TERM.

SPRING TERM.
1. Hebrew, Tu. W. Th. F. 1. Systematic Theology, Tu. 1. Systematic Theology, Tu.
S. ........................ 9
W. Th. F. ................ 8

W. Th. F. ...............10
2. Greek Exegesis, Tu. W.
Th. F. ...

2. (a) Hebrew Exegesis, Tu. 2. (a) Hebrew Exegesis, Tu.
W. ...
.........11

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The Canon of the Sa-
cred Scriptures, Cri (6) Greek Exegesis, Th () Greek Exegesis, Th.
ticism of the Text,
F. S. .....................11

F. S. .....................11
Laws of Interpreta- 3. (a) +Church History, Tu. · | 3. (a) *Church History, Tu.
tion, W. F. ............10
Th. ........

Th. ......................
Skeletonizing, Tu.

1 (6) Sermons, W. F. ...... 9 (6) Sermons, W. F. ...... 9 Th. ........................10 4. Rhetorical Exercises, 8. 4. Rhetorical Exercises, S. 4. Rhetorical Exercises, S. 9 to 11 9 to 11

9 to 11

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SUMMER TERM.

SUMMER TERM,
1. Hebrew, Tu. W. Th. F. | 1. Systematic Theology, Tu.

W. Th. F. ............... 8

2. Biblical Theology, Tu. W.
2. Hebrew Exegesis, Tu. W.

Th. F. S. ...... .........11
Th. F. ...................10 3. (a) Sermonizing, Tu. W.

Th. F. ....................10
Greek Exegesis

Professor Walker's
W. Th. ...

Lectures two weeks,
(O) Skeletonizing, F. ... 9

in place of Sermon

izing ..................... 9
4. Rhetorical Exercises, S. 14. Rhetorical Exercises, s.
9 to 11 |

9 to 11

SUMMER TERM. 1. Biblical Theology, Tu. W. Th F. S...

....11 2. (a) Sermonizing, Tu. W. Th. F.....

....10 (6) Professor Walker's

Lectures two weeks, in place of Sermon

izing. 3. Rhetorical Exercises, S.

9 to 11

Prayer-meeting of the Department, through the year, Saturday at 8 o'clock.

* Jahn’s Archæology and Hughes' Scripture Geography and History are taken in alternate vears.

+ Guericke's Church History and Vinet's Homiletics are taken in alternate years.

TABULAR VIEW OF THE EXERCISES OF THE

COLLEGE CLASSES FOR EACH TERM.

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