Synopsis of the System of Education Established by the University of King's College, Fredericton, New Brunswick: Founded by Royal Charter Under the Government of Sir Howard Douglas, Bart., A.D. 1828, Part 1828

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Page 7 - Mixed Mathematics embrace the several divisions of Mechanical Philosophy, or the investigation of the mechanism of the universe ; comprising Statics, Dynamics, Hydrodynamics, Pneumatics, Optics, and the phsenomena of Heat, Electricity and Magnetism, with Astronomy.
Page 5 - Natural Philosophy ; Chemistry and Natural History ; Intellectual Philosophy. Logic, and the Evidences of Religion, Natural and Revealed ; Moral Philosophy and General History.
Page 11 - Various subjects for private exercises in writing, in connexion with the several courses of Lectures, are proposed to the Students; as also a weekly thesis fora general Essay, to be written in English and Latin alternately. In connexion with these Essays occasional Lectures are given on correctness and elegance of Composition.
Page 5 - The course of instruction is so arranged as to embrace the successive study...

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