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Rutgers University., 1865
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Page 31 - Legislature shall prescribe ; the number of pupils to be so received gratuitously into said school, shall be in each year such a number as would expend a sum equal to one-half of the said interest for the same year, in paying for their instruction in said school, if they were required to pay for it at the regular rates charged to other pupils of said school for the same year ; said pupils so nominated and received shall be citizens of this State...
Page 61 - When the ear heard him then it blessed him, and when the eye saw him it gave witness to him : Because he delivered the poor that cried, and the fatherless, and him that had none to help him. The blessing of him that was ready to perish came upon him: and he caused the widow's heart to sing for joy.
Page 33 - FEES, ETC. Applicants for admission to either of the above courses, as candidates for a diploma, must be, at least, sixteen years of age, and must bring testimonials of good moral character. They must also pass a satisfactory examination in the following subjects, viz : Arithmetic, Algebra to Quadratic Equations, English Grammar and Geography. Persons desiring to enter the school for the purpose of pursuing special branches, will be required to pass an examination on the subjects necessary to fit...
Page 37 - ... moral character. They must also pass a satisfactory examination in the following subjects, viz : Arithmetic, Algebra to Quadratic Equations, English Grammar and Geography. Persons desiring to enter the school for the purpose of pursuing special branches, will be required to pass an examination on the subjects necessary to fit them for pursuing those branches to advantage. Adults who wish to attend upon any of the courses of lectures, and are not candidates for diplomas or certificates, can do...
Page 27 - Besides its well-arranged course in chemistry and agriculture, under the direction of an ample faculty, there is sustained by the trustees an extensive model farm, designed to illustrate the principles of agriculture and test by experiment the value of different syHtems.
Page 54 - York, as their medical department, under the name of the College of Physicians and Surgeons In the City of New York.
Page 37 - Full sets of instruments for Surveying and Engineering. 6. Excursions to mines, manufactories, &c., under the direction of Professors. ADMISSION, FEES, ETC°. Applicants for admission to either of the above courses, as candidates for a diploma, must be, at least, sixteen years of age, and must bring testimonials of good moral character. They must also pass a satisfactory examination in the following subjects, viz : Arithmetic, Algebra to Quadratic Equations, English Grammar and Geography. Persons...
Page 28 - Special provision is also made for students who desire, after completing the regular course of study, to take post-graduate studies. In connection with the instruction in Agriculture in this department, the Trustees maintain an extensive model farm, designed to illustrate the principles of Agriculture, and also to test by experiment the value of different systems. It is under the charge of the Professor of Agriculture, and...
Page 31 - That the students of agriculture and the mechanic arts shall be admitted into said college upon the recommendation of the Board of Chosen Freeholders of their respective counties, and the number of students that a county shall at any one time be entitled to have in said college shall be equal to the number of representatives in the Legislature to which such county is entitled, or in proportion to the same.
Page 60 - While Bonrepaux was writing thus, Rochester was writing as follows : " Oh God, teach me so to number my days that I may apply my heart unto wisdom.

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