The Boston Almanac for the Year ..., Issue 24

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S.N. Dickinson, 1859 - Almanacs, American
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Page 29 - There must be no word or communication written on the same after its publication, or upon the cover, except the name and address of the person to whom it is to be sent, and the name of the person sending same.
Page 39 - George R. Noyes, DD, Hancock Professor of Hebrew and other Oriental Languages, and Dexter Lecturer on Biblical Literature.
Page 19 - The Governor, Lieutenant-Governor, President of the Senate, and Speaker of the House of Representatives of the Commonwealth, the Secretary of the Board of Education, and the President and Treasurer of Harvard College, for the time being, together with thirty other persons, as hereinafter defined and described, and no others.
Page 42 - Levi Parsons Homer, Instructor in Music. William G. Stearns, AM, Steward. Elijah F. Valentine, Assistant Steward and Patron. College Faculty. James Walker, DD, LL. D., President. Cornelius C. Felton, LL. D., Benjamin Peirce, LL. D., Francis Bowen, AM, Joseph Lovering, A.
Page 42 - In order to such admission to advanced standing, the candidate must appear, on examination, to be well versed in the following studies. 1. In the studies required for admission to the Freshman Class. 2. In all the required studies pursued by the class for which he is offered.
Page 42 - ... rate of $45 per annum, according to the standing to which he is admitted. Any student, however, who has a regular dismission from another college, may be admitted to the same standing, if, on examination, he is found qualified, without any pecuniary consideration. This charge for advanced standing is also remitted to indigent students. Every candidate, before examination, must produce proper testimonials of a good moral character, and, after being accepted on examination, must give a bond, with...
Page 238 - Clerk, for the purpose of measuring the quantity of water by them respectively used. And when in any case the quantity used shall be ascertained and measured, in manner before mentioned, the Water Board may establish a water rate therefor, instead of the specific: rate hereinbefore established.
Page 42 - Every candidate, before examination, must produce proper testimonials of a good moral character, and, if admitted, must give a bond for four hundred dollars to pay all charges accruing under the laws and customs of the University. The bond must be executed by two bondsmen, who must be satisfactory to the Steward of the College, and one of them must be a citizen of Massachusetts.

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