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SCHOOLS AND COLLEGIATE DEPARTMENTS OF
SCIENCE (MINING, ENGINEERING, ETC.), NOT ENDOWED WITH THE NATIONAL GRANT OF LANDS.
Illinois Agricul. Coll....... ........ Irvington ...... 1866.. Rev. A. C. Hillman.
Scientific Dpt. of Bowdoin Coll.... Brunswick.....1872..J. L. Chamberlain, LL.D.
Lawrence Scien.Sch., Harvard Univ. Cambridge.....1848..C. W. Eliot, LL.D.
Worcester County Free Inst. of In-
dustrial Science ............... Worcester ... .1868 .C. 0. Thompson, A.M., principal.
PolytechnicDpt.of Washington Univ.St. Louis....... 1857.. Rev. W. G. Eliot, D.D.
Chandler Scien.Dpt.Dartmouth Coll.Hanover........ 1852.. Rev. A. D. Smith, D.D., LL.D.
Thayer School of Civil Engineering,
Dartmouth Coll................ Hanover........ 1871..R. Fletcher, A.M., prof. of civil eng.
Stevens Inst. of Technology....... Hoboken....... 1871.. Henry Morton, Ph.D.
J. C. Green School of Science...... Princeton......1873.. Rev. J. McCosh, D.D., LL.D.
Brooklyn Coll'te & Polytechnic Inst.Brooklyn ...... 1855..D. H. Cochran, Ph.D., LL.D.
School of Mines, Columbia Coll .. New York......1864..F. A. P. Barnard, S.T.D., L.H.D.
Dpt. of Science, Univ. City of N. Y. New York...... 1871..H. Crosby, D.D., LL.D.
Engineering School of Union Coll.. Schenectady...1845., Rev. E, N. Potter, D.D.
Rensselaer Polytechnic Inst........ Troy...........1824, Hon. James Forsyth.
Scientific Dpt. of Denison Univ.... Granville ......1831..F.O. Marsh, acting.
Scientific Dpt., Oberlin Coll .......Oberlin.........1833.. Rev. J. H. Fairchild, D.D.
Scientific Dpt. of Willamette Univ.. Salem... ......1851..T. M. Gatch, A.M.
Scientific Dpt. of Villanova Coll... Bryn Maur.....1842.. Very Rev. T. Galberry, 0.8.A.
Pardee Scien. Dpt., Lafayette Coll.. Easton .........1865.. Rev. W. C. Cattell, D.D.
Franklin Inst..................., Philadelphia ... 1824.. Coleman Sellers.
Polytechnic Coll. of State of Pa....Philadelphia ... ..
Scientific Dpt. of Univ. of Pa...... Philadelphia ...1872..J. P. Leslie, LL.D., dean,
Wagner Free Inst. of Science......Philadelphia ... 1855.. William Wagner, LL.D. • Scientific School of Lehigh Univ...S. Bethlehem..1866..H. Coppée, LL.D.
Scientific Dpt. of Univ. of Va...... Charlottesville, 1819..J. P. Harrison, M.D., ch'n of facalty.
Scientific Dpt. of Washington and
Lee Univ........ ............., Lexington ..... ..Gen. G. W. C. Lee.
Virginia Military Inet.............. Lexington .....1839..F. H. Smith, LL.D.
New Market Polytechnic Inst...... New Market.......... Prof, Ben. Hyde Benton.
EDUCATIONAL JOURNALS AND LEADING COLLEGE
Marion, Howard Collegian, monthly.
Selma, Journal of Education, weekly.
Little Rock, St. John's College Record, monthly.
Oakland, University Echo, monthly.
Sacramento, California Teacher, monthly.
Santa Clara, Owl, monthly.
Hartford, Trinity Tablet, monthly.
Hartford, American Journal of Education, quarterly.
Middletown, College Argus, bi-weekly.
New Haven, College Courant, weekly.
New Haven, Yale Courant, weekly.
New Haven, Yale Record, weekly.
New Haven, Connecticut School Journal, monthly.
New Haven, Yale Literary Magazine, monthly.
DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA.
Georgetown, College Journal, monthly.
Bloomington, Alumni Journal, monthly.
Chicago, National Sunday School Teacher, monthly.
Chicago, Student, monthly.
Chicago, Teacher, monthly.
Chicago, Volante, monthly.
Lebanon, McKendree Repository, semi-monthly.
Monmouth College Courier, monthly.
Mount Carroll, Oread, monthly.
Normal, Illinois Schoolmaster, monthly.
Upper Alton, Qui Vive, monthly.
Bloomington, Indiana Student, semi-monthly.
Indianapolis, Educationist, monthly.
Indianapolis, Indiana School Journal, monthly.
Notre Dame, Ave Maria, weekly.
Notre Dame, Scholastic, weekly.
South Bend, Northern Indiana Teacher, monthly.
South Bend, School, monthly
Davenport, Common School, monthly.
Des Moines, Iowa School Journal, monthly.
Indianola, Simpsonian, bi-weekly.
Iowa City, University Reporter, monthly.
Mount Pleasant, Iowa Classic, monthly.
Mount Vernon, Iowa Collegian, monthly.
Oskaloosa, College Vidette, monthly.
Leavenworth, Kansas Educational Journal, monthly.
KENTUCKY. Louisville, Amerikanische Schul Zeitung, monthly. Louisville, Home and School, monthly.
Brunswick, Bowdoin Orient, bi-weekly,
Lewiston, Bates Student, monthly.
Portland, Maine Journal of Education, monthly
Amherst, Student, bi-weekly.
Andover, Rapid Writer and Taclygrapher, quarterly.
Boston, Massachusetts Teacher, monthly,
Boston, Student and Schoolmate, monthly.
Boston, Study, monthly.
Cambridge, Harvard Advocate, bi-weekly.
Williamstown, Williams Vidette, bi-weekly.
Williamstown, Williams Review, every third week.
Ann Arbor, Chronicle, bi-weckly.
Coldwater, Penman and Accountant, monthly.
Lake City, Normal lIerald, quarterly.
Niles, Michigan Teacher, monthly.
Olivet, Olio, monthly.
Ypsilanti School, monthly.
St. Paul, Minnesota Teacher and Journal of Education, monthly.
Canton, Union Literary Magazine, monthly.
Columbia, University Missourian, monthly
Fayette, Central Collegian, monthly
St. Louis, Irving Union, semi-monthly.
St. Louis, American Journal of Education, monthly.
St. Louis, American Sunday School Worker, monthly
St. Louis, Western, monthly.
Springfield, Rural Educationalist, monthly.
Beatrice, Nebraska Teacher, monthly.
Omaha, High School, monthly.
Hanover, Dartmouth, monthly.
New Brunswick, Targum, monthly.
American Educational Monthly, Schermerhorn's.
Buffalo, New York State Educational Journal, monthly.
Clinton, Hamilton Literary Monthly, monthly.
Hamilton, Madisonensis, semi-monthly.
Ithaca, Cornell Era, weekly.
New York, School Journal, weekly.
New York, El Educator Popular, semi-monthly.
New York, Students' Journal, monthly.
New York, Sunday School Journal, monthly.
Schenectady, College Spectator, monthly.
Ada, Educational Advance, monthly.
Cincinnati, National Normal, monthly.
Columbus, National Teacher, monthly.
Columbus, Ohio Educational Monthly, monthly.
Delaware, Western Collegian, semi-monthly.
Sandusky, Thompson's Drawing Teacher, monthly.
Hanover, School Record, monthly.
Kutztown, National Educator, monthly,
Lancaster, Pennsylvania School Journal, monthly.
Lewisburg, College Herald, monthly.
Philadelphia, Sunday School Times, weekly.
Philadelphia, Baptist School Teacher, monthly.
Philadelphia, Heidelberg Teacher, quarterly.
Pittsburgh, College Journal, monthly.
Providence, Rhode Island Schoolmaster, monthly.
Columbia, Guardian, monthly.
Nashville, Tennessee School Journal, monthly.
Emory, Banner, semi-monthly.
Lexington, Southern Collegian, semi-monthly.
Richmond, Educational Journal of Virginia, monthly.
WEST VIRGINIA. Parkersburg, West Virginia Educational Journal, monthly.
Appleton, Lawrence Collegian, monthly.
Beloit, College Monthly, monthly
Madison, Wisconsin Journal of Education, monthly.
Racine, College Mercury, semi-monthly.
Ripon, College Days, monthly.
NOVA SCOTIA, D. C.
Halifax, Dalhousie College Gazette, bi-weekly.
Halifax, Journal of Education, monthly.
ONTARIO, D. O.
Strathroy, Ontario Teacher, monthly.
Toronto, Journal of Education, monthly.
QUEBEC, D. 0.
Quebec, Journal de L'Instruction Publique, monthly.
Quebec, Journal of Education, monthly.
EMINENT EDUCATORS DECEASED DURING 1873
AND 1874. .
Jan. 1.—Harvey Prindle Peet, LL.D., a graduate of Yale College, and for forty-two years Principal of the New York Institution for the Instruction of the Deaf and Dumb, died in New York, aged 78.
Jan. 2.—Rev. William A. Dod, D.D., a graduate of Princeton College, and for many years a tutor and Professor in that Institution, died at Princeton, New Jersey, aged 54.
Jan. 8.—Samuel Adams Lyons Law Post, a graduate of Yale College, and for seventeen years a teacher in Derby, Conn., Ellenville, New York, and elsewhere, died at Ellenville, aged 44 years.
Jan. 16.-Rev. Joshua Leavitt, D.D., a graduate of Yale College, and for a long time prominent as a teacher, preacher, journalist, and author of school text-books, died in New York City, aged 78 years.
Jan. 16.—Professor William Charles Cleveland, an accomplished scientist, and at the head of the department of Civil Engineering in Cornell University, died at Ithaca.
Jan. 16.-O. H. Kile, a graduate of the University of Vermont, and for several years past a prominent teacher in Rhode Island, died at Westerly, R. I.
Jan. 24.-Rev. John Seward, who perhaps did more than any other one man to establish Western Reserve College at Hudson, Ohio, died at Tallmade, Ohio, aged 89.
Feb. 1.—Matthew Fontaine Maury, LL.D., author of “Physical Geography of the Sea," and of several school text-books, and Professor in the Virginia Military Institute at Lexington, Va., died there, aged 67 years.
Feb. 1.-Henry Coit Perkins, M.D., A.A.S., á graduate of Harvard College, eminent as a scientist, instructor, and President of the Massachusetts Medical Society, died at Newburyport, Mass., aged 69 years.
Feb. 6.- James Henry Coffin, LL.D., a graduate from Amherst College, author of a text-book on “Conic Sections," and for forty-seven years a laborious teacher, died at Easton, Pa.,