endowment obtained from the State, whereby
its facilities for instruction will be ex-
‘ tended, and its efficiency increased, the
w Board—cf Trustees, to whom the care and over-
sight-of the State College is now committed,
will be able, in the no distant future, to
‘u make it an institution of which the Common-
A wealth will be justly proud, and which shell
take rank with the greet colleges and univer-
sities of the country.
I am, gentlemen,
Your obedient servant,
JAMES K. PATTERSON.