Catalog of the Officers and Students of the University in Cambridge

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University Press--Hilliard and Metcalf, 1848
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Page 47 - The design of this Institution is to afford a complete course of legal education for gentlemen intended for the Bar, in any of the United States, except in matters of mere local law and practice...
Page 71 - ENGINEERING. Professor EUSTIS will receive special students to the course of instruction in Engineering, who will give their attendance at the School from 9 o'clock, AM to 5 o'clock, PM The course will include instruction in — Surveying, with the use of the instruments, and actual operations in the field.
Page 4 - Longfellow as Smith Professor of the French and Spanish Languages and Literatures, and Professor of Belles Lettres in Harvard College.
Page 43 - Commons for $ 1-75 or $2 25 a week. Each student must possess a copy of the Old and New Testament Scriptures, in the original languages, the latter in Griesbach's edition. A copy of all other class-books is furnished on loan. Indigent students are aided from foundations and other sources. Three years, including the vacations, which amount to twelve weeks in each year, complete the term of residence.
Page 57 - If he has not received a University education, he shall satisfy the Executive Faculty in respect to his knowledge of the Latin language and Experimental Philosophy.
Page 50 - ... course, the Law Students may also attend the Lectures delivered in the Lawrence Scientific School, on Zoology and Geology, by Professor AGASSIZ ; on Comparative Anatomy and Physiology, by Professor WYMAN ; on Botany, by Professor GRAY; and on payment of a fee of $10, the Lectures on Chemistry, by Professor HORSFORD.

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