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7 > Image 7 of Annual Report, Volume 3 (1878-1879)

Part of University of Kentucky course catalogs, 1865-

- ii AND MECHANICAL coLLEGE OF KENTUCKY. 7 I saying that the classes thus provided for were taught to the entire satisfaction of the Faculty. I I 1 As regards attendance, behavior, and application to study, I the results have been most gratifying. Indeed, during the ten years with which Ihave been connected with the College I I as its presiding officer, I have not known a session so satis- I A factory in these respects. Instruction has been furnished in the several classes I which make up the departments of Civil History, Political I :: Economy, English Literature, Mathematics, Chemistry, I Agricultural Chemistry, Moral Philosophy, Modern Lan guages, Natural History, and Civil Engineering, and with I satisiactory results. I beg to express, in conclusion, my deep sense of the I intelligent direction and hearty co-operation of the Execu ` I tive Board appointed by your honorable body, and my A l thanks for the uniform courtesy, kindness, and forbearance I ~ which I have experienced at their hands. To those upon I I whom the weight of responsibility has chiefly fallen, as well I as to the other members composing the Board of Visitors, I ` I the Commonwealth, I am sure, owes a debt of gratitude for I ' the measures so wisely devised and so ably executed. To I these measures the Agricultural and Mechanical College I I owes the success which it has achieved during the past year, I A I and whose results yon now present to the State and the I I I public at large. I I am, gentlemen, 1 Your obedient servant, I ` _]AMES K. PATTERSON. I i l I I . i ; I i l I I , i I I