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Agricultural and Mechanical Colleges in the United States
owe their origin to an act of Congress, entitled "An act do- ·
nating public lands to the several States and Territories
· . which may provide colleges for the benefit of agriculture and
the mechanic arts," approved july 2, 1862. The amount
of land donated was 30,000 acres for each Representative in
the National Congress. Under this allotment Kdintucky
’ received 330,000 acres. Several years elapsed before the ~
Commonwealth established an Agricultural and Mechanical
College under the act. \Vhen established, it was not placed
upon an independent basis, but was made one of the Col-
leges of Kentucky University, to which Institution the
annual interest of the proceeds of the Congressional land
V grant were to be given for the purpose of carrying on its
/ operations. The land scrip had meanwhile been sold for
i fifty cents per acre, and the amount received—5I65,000—
inve_sted in six per cent. Kentucky State bonds, of which
the State became the custodian in trust for the College.
` The connection with Kentucky University continued till
, 1878, when the act of t865, making it one of the Colleges
of'said University, was repealed, and a Commission was
p appointed to recommend to the Legislature of I87g—'80 a
' plan of organization for an Agricultural and Mechanical
A College such as the necessities of the Commonwealth re-
quire. The city of Lexington offered to the Commission
(which was also authorized to recommend to the General
  Assembly the place, which, all things considered, offered
'V the best and greatest inducements for the future and perma-
nent location of the College) the City Park, containing fifty-
, 1;. two acres of land, within the limits of the city, and thirty
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  thousand dollars in city bonds, for the erection of buildings.
  This offer the county of Fayette supplemented by twenty
  thousand dollars in county bonds, to be used either for the
  ·erection of buildings or for the purchase of land. The
  offers of the city of Lexington and of the county of Fay-
; —ette were accepted by the General Assembly.
, By the act of incorporation, and the amendments thereto,
_ ` constituting the charter of the Agricultural and Mechanical
i" College of Kentucky, liberal provision is made for edu- =r
li cating, free of tuition, the energetic young men of the i ll
E Commonwealth whose means are limited. The Normal A
` Department, for which provision is also made, is intended
to aid in building up the Common School system by fur- _
‘ nishing properly qualihed teachers. This College, with the
associated departments which will, from time to time, be
opened as the means placed at the disposal of the Trustees
will allow, will, it is hoped, in the no distant future, do a
, great work in advancing the educational interest of Ken-
i tucky. Being entirely undenominational in its character,
· g it will appeal with conhdence to people of all creeds and of
. _ no creed, and will endeavor, in strict conformity with the ’
requirements of its organic law, to afford equal advantages
_ to all, exclusive advantages to none. The liberality of the
Commonwealth in supplementing the inadequate annual
income arising from the proceeds of the land scrip invested
. in State bonds will, it is believed, enable the Trustees to
  begin and carry on, upon a scale commensurate with the
§ wants of our people, the operations of the institution whose
management and oversight; have been committed to them
I bythe General Assembly of Kentucky.
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AND MECHANICAL COLLEGE OF KENTUCKY,.
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L, · ROBERT PETER, M. D.,
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A. R. CRAXDAL1.,
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MAURICE I{11:mLl Lixernzizre. V
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The collegiate year of I88I—l82 closes with a larger ma-
trieulation than any year which has preceded. The increase
over the matriculation list of the year 1880—'81 is no less
I than thirty—six per cent. Since the severance ofthe con-
nection with Kentucky University, which took place four
years ago, the growth of the College in patronage and
public confidence has been uninterrupted, as the following
_ figures will show: °
l   Total number of inatriculates 1S77—`S (last year of connection with
Kentucky University) . ..... . . ............. 78
Total number of matriculates IS7S—lQ. .............. IIS
Total number of mzttricnlates 1S79—’8o .............. 137
_ Total number of inatriculates 18So—’1. .............. 234
Total number of matriculates 1S81—’2. .............. 321
The effect of the unprovoked assault made last winter
upon the State College before the Legislature by the vari-
ous denominational colleges of the State was to increase,
rather than to diminish its attendance. The plea which the
aggrieved colleges made, that education was made too
cheap, too many advantages offered, and too wide a range
_' of instruction provided, failed to convince the Legislature
K that State aid should be withdrawn from an institution to
which, by accepting the trust from the General Government·
the Commonwealth had pledged her support. Should the
State College be let alone and allowed to devote itself to its
i own work and to operate on its own lines, work which in no
proper sense interferes with that of the denominational col-
leges, and in no proper sense traverses the lines on which
they are laid down, five years will not elapse until it has six
hundred students within its walls. Then we may hope that
the reproach which has hitherto attached to Kentucky, that
/_ she had no institution worthy of her, may in some degree
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  ALLEN, IIORACE. ............ II£`tl`(III`tSI)\ll'g, Ky.
, .r\LLE\', DEN]A)IIN FRANKLIN ..... M0rehc:tARD)IAN, LO'I"I`IE SMITIVI. ...... Lexington, Ky.
· ` Ij(lS\\'OR'I`II, _IOlIN CLOUD. .· ...... f*IicItLE, ELEANOR IJESIIA. . . Lexington, Ky. .
IZRENI`, lI.\R(}ARE'I` TIIOMAS . ..... Lexington, Ky.
IERUUKS, VICTOR KENNEY ....... )Ii¤Iwziy, Ky.
1 BRYAN, I')UDI,EY I)UNSE'I`II. ...... Iilll`KOt1S\'IIIL2, Ohio. W
, I2R(Q>NS'I`ON, NE'I"I`IE AURELIA ..... Riehtnomi, Ky. OI
i BROWN, jOIIN TIIOKIAS ......... St>llLI1I‘III{I]Ol`l], Ky. t
I I2R(>\\`N, OLIYER FINLEY ........ New Liimetty, Ky.
[ I1l{t>\\`N, FRANK. . . ......... ]iI(>Ul]]Il]g[UI`t, Ky. ,_
i C.~\I>I>EI..L, .\NI)RE\V jA(`KSON ..... Whitley C. II., Ky. ’  

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CANADA, CHARLES ........... Catlettsburg, Ky. ’
CASSIDAY, BE'l"l`IE. ........... Lexington, Ky.
CARR, EDGAR ALLEN. . . ...... . I,D\\'I'Cl`ICCl`»\ll'g, Ky.
COCIIRANE. JAMES \Yl'l`HRO\Y ..... Lexington, Ky. •
COOK, \YlLLI;\M RICHARD ....... \\`liitesville, Ky. _
COONS, JOHN SKILLKIAN ...... . . Lexington, Ky.
COLE, THOMAS MOORE ...... . . . Shannon, Ky.
COMES KIINNIE HO\\’.-\RD. ....... Lexington, Ky.
COX, RICHARD LEE ......... . . Cox`s Creek, Ky.
COX, SANDERS BRO\\'NLO\V. ...... Cyntliinna, Ky.
V   CULLEY, SAMUEL CHARLES . ..... Xlmlison Station. Elise.
{ { CIIAMISERS, 5'I`I`AR'1`IZENJABHN . . . . Lexington, Ky.
CHRISTIAN. )l.\'I`lE ....... , . . . Lexington, Ky.
_ CLAY, ERNEST LEE ........... Lexington, Ky.
CLARKE, JOE ...... . ....... Fnyette eounty, Ky.
CLARKE. (LEORCE 'l`ILl·`ORD ...... Layette county, Ky.
CRARI. \\'lLLARl`J (JLIDDON ...... tjofortli, Ky.
CRAYENS, JOHN \YILLlA)l ....... Alt. Sterling. Ky_
CRO)I\\`El.L, EDDIE BRADLEY ..... Lexington, Ky
. _ _ .. CROSS'I`H\YAl'I`E, NVILLIAKI ..... . . Lexington, Ky.
i · CROSSTIl\YAl'l`E, LUl..\ DIN\VIDDlE . . Lexington Ky.
, DAYIS, CHARLES CIIESTER ....... Ileliron Ky.
IJAYIS, EDtL_\Rt`R<>\`SD.\I.1·Z. . . . . . Lexington, Ky.
DAYIDSON. JAM ES 'I`IlOMI’$ON ..... Lexington, Ky.
r DELl’ll, JOSEl'll ..... . ....... Lexington, Ky.
. V DESIIA BIA RY. . .......... Lexington. Ky.
C . Dt; R<><)DE, LOLIH KLYYNDERS ..... Lexington, Ky.
. ADI-) Rl IODE, RIVDK >I.I’II JOHN. ...... Lexington. Ky.
'DlI>l..\KE, ANN.·\ . . ......... Lexington, Ky.
• D(>\\`NIN(2, \\'ILLl;\M LEE ....... l·`:1yette county, Ky.
D(,>\\`NlNlj, ll<1\Y.\RD .... . ..... Lexington, Ky.
' DUNCAN, El>\\`ARD Xl;\(`Al.lSil`ER. . . . Lexington, Kv.
I ‘ DUNCAN, \\`lLl..lAll )IA'l"I`IlE\\`. . . . . Ripleyville, Ky. A
DITRll.\Nl, IIARYEY. .‘ ......... (}1·een$l>u1·g, Ky.
ELVIZANK, li.-\R'I`<)N l‘l·lNl>l·]ti}_\S'I` . . . . I"I`Uk}\liilIl, Ky.
_ EUlI.\NK, _IOSEI’IIL`S lIO\\`ELL ..... l’1‘eeiIo1n, Ky.
EUl}.\Nl{,/(,}L`S'l`AYI_'S H ENRY ...... I*`t‘eetloin, Ky.
ELLIS, SABILEI, IKRCCE ......... (lreenup C. IL, Ky.
EYANS, NIILLIE I·`RANl,`ES. . . ..... Nieliolnsville, Ky.
—/V ELLlO'I"I`, IIEN. IIARDIN ...... . . Owen»I>om, Ky.
_ ELLlO'l"l`, JOHN DAR\\`lN. . . ..... (C)\\'€l]SllO]'(>, Ky.
E.·\LLEN, JEPIITIVIAII . . . . . . . . . . I'I(1Z(fl(C;l`CUlI, Ky.
EARR.\, NANNIE DELILAH ....... Lexington, Ky.
é FARN5\\'OR'l`H, CHARLES ALLEN. . . . Leesburg, Tenn.
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  FARRELL, JOHN ......... . . . . Lexington, Ky.
. FIELDS, \\`OOLEY HALL. ........ Simpsonville, Ky. ‘ ’
` i FORBES, JAMES HARVEY ..... . I.C\\’I$[)O1`l, Ky. '.
I FULTON, ROIIERT LEE ......... Thomztsyille, Ga.  
_ FYFFE, JAMES PERRY. ......... )Iaysyille. Ky. -
J FLORA, ANDRE\Y . ........ . . . Cuba. Tenn. ~'
  FRAZER, IIUGII MILLER ........ Fayette county, Ky. _ I
t FREEMAN, EMMA SIIA\\' ........ Lexington, Ky. I
FREEMAN, \\'ILLIAM ANDERSON. . . . Lexington. Ky.
i·· GARDNER GEORGE BENJAMIN . .... Salyersville, Ky. I
I GARR, NE\\"l`ON OLIVER ........ Louisville, Ky. I -4
G.-\5'l`INEAl.IN, RIIOIIA SUSAN. .... . Uigltlantl, Ky. .
I GESS, GEORGE TIIOKIAS . ........ Fayette eounty, Ky. ,
(IIIZIIES. IIENRY I>.. ........... Chapel Ilill, Miss.
GIBSON, LOUISIANA IIART ....... Lexington, Ky. ,
GIBSON, ELIZAISETII DUNFYFER. .... Lexington, Ky.
t}ILLESI‘lE, GEORGE ROBERTSON . . . Lexington, Ky. , \
GILROY, ENIKIA SCULLY. ........ Lexington, Ky.
(IOODE, VAN \\'AL'l`ER. ...... . . . Keene, Ky. ` _
t}OLIJS)lI'l`ll, FLORA ......... . Lexington, Ky. I i
GORDON, CRI'I"l`ENIJEN ......... IIel>t·on, Ky.
i GORMAN, \\`ILLIAXl ........... \\`aynexbo1·o, Texas. _ ’
l (QORXIAN. CIIARLES. .......... \\`aynesl»o1·o, Texas. I
` , HLINN, ROIIERT 'l`E\'IS. ......... Lexington, Ky.
_ GI,.·\SS, JAMES l$ELI·`IEI,I) ........ Josephine, Ky. '
_ A GLO\\'NER, (}l·]OR(,}E \\’A5IIlNGrl`ON. . . Cotnpton, Cal. i V
(IRAYES, LESLIE. . ........... Pleasant Ritige, Ky.
GRAVES, GEORGE KEICNE. ....... Lexington, Ky.
GRAVES, CLARENCE GEORGE. ..... Lexington. Ky.
GRAYE5, \\'Il.LIS \`EL\`ER'l`()N ..... Lexington Ky. V
_ 4}REENLEAF, MAR(}ARE'l` LEE ..... Lexington, Ky.
— <_}REENLE.·\F, oli<. Ohio. .,/`
t IIARRlN(}'I`ON, EDWIN I)1; \\`OLI’ .... Nennt·l<, N. J. -
J IIARl’, I El.IA .............. Fayette eounty, Ky.
, II.\R'l`, JOHN lR\`INlC. ......... i·`.iyette county, Ky. ‘_
j IIAXI l!l.Ii FUN, _Il·Ql·`l·`l;Z!ln, Ky.
_ \ _I}\CKSON, _]OIIN IIL`RII’IIREV ...... I.cnin. Ky.
I i _IE\VEI.,I,, NII(TIIi\EI. CUKIBIINS ..... Clinton Ky.
_lE‘.\`EI,I., \VII,IZI]R TIIOKIAS ....... Lexington, Ky.
A · IOIINSON, IENNIE ELLEN. ....... Cziinplicllsvillc, Ky.
I IONES, I3E'I"I`II·] RVl..\Nl) .... . . . . Lcxingtnn, Ky.
_I<>Nl·]S, \VII.I.I.\XI ELLIS .... . .... Lcxingtwn. Ky.
' VIONES, IIENRV (,`I..\V .... . ..... Allnnny, Ky.
` V K.·\RNES .\ ................ Islantl Stntitni, Ky
K;\S'I`I,E, _I< )SEI’lI IIOEING ....... Lcxiiigton, Ky.
[ KEI.I.ER, _I.\LfOI&. ............ Ncwtnn, Ky.
KINKE_\l), ELLEN 'I`i\I,IlO'I"I` ..... Lcxingtnn, Ky.
KINKlC.\I), lCI.IX.·\I$I·Z'I`II SIIELIBY .... I.cxingt:»n, Ky.
A KINKEAI), N.·\RV llL`l.I.(>L`K ...... Lcxingtnn, Ky.
_ KINIL. \\`Il.I.I.\)I EI.I>I;\lI ...... . . (jnxk (Raul;. Ky.
KING, i·\I.I§ER'I` ............. Spcnrs, Ky.
KNI<}II'l`_l>. .·\R'l`III_`R il`II<)NI.v\S. ....... Icricliw. Ky.
I,.\)IILI"l`II. \\'II.I.I.\KI l).·\\`ID, ..... NmlE><>1iyillt·, Ky
LE.-\\`EI.. _ll>IIN 'I`II< IRN ......... Iiiyettu uunnty, Ky.
V . I,E.v\'l`llERS, 'I`II< IXIAK _IEl·`I·`ERSON. . . . I.untlier>` Sturm Ky.
I LEE, \\`II.l.Ii\NI RL`S$EI.L ........ (}:ii1isI¤l>·n·in1gli, Tenn.
. LEE, SAl\II.`EL \VESI.EV ....... . . Lexington, Ky.
__ I LEE, ROBERT EIHIONI) ......... (ircnt (.`i·<»<~i1igs. Ky.
A LEWINSKI, CAROLINE ......... I.cxingt'1`I·Il£R _I. ........ . Nolin, Ky.
MORGAN, THOMAS HUNT ........ Lexington Ky. I
MORGAN, (}EORt,}E . . ......... Lexington, Ky. I
NORTON, MARY (JRATZ ......... Lexington, Ky
MOORE, ARTIHTR \VILLARI) ...... Spears, Ky.
MOORE, (`IIARLES CHILTON ...... Lexington, Ky.
MOl`NT_IOY, IZAILEY \V.*\LI.ER ..... Lstutreiiceliiirg, Ky.
· MULLICLAN, i.ot'ie; IIUSTON C ...... Lexington, Ky.
I MURRAY. \\'Al,TER l$RO\\'N. ..... Iiowling (ireen, Ky.
. I NEALE, \\`ll,LI.·\M (LOOULOE ...... Lexington, Ky.
(`lLl)lI.·\M. _I»\MES PETER ........ Locust, Ky. i . i
A ` OYERIIULS, ROBERT BRYANT ..... Cernlyo, Ky. ` .
_ O`CONN(`>R, lCI>\VARI) .... . .... Lexington, Ky. I
l’.»\ R K ER. EI)\YARIi LEE. ........ Fayette county, Ky.
PARKER, \\`.\RREN ....... , . . liiyette county, Ky.
PARKER. _[OlIN HENRY . . . . .... \Yliitley C II., Ky.
l’AT'I`ERSON, IOIIN LETCIIER. . .... Lexington, Ky.
I I‘¤\TTERS(>N, \\'ll,LIAM ANl>RE\V .... Lexington, Ky.
I I’AYNI·], It/IHN IKRECKINRIDGE ..... Lexington, Ky.
I I’ECK, ELLEN ........ . ..... Lexington, Ky.
I’ELl.E, \\',~\I,TER DANIEL ........ Louisville, Ky.
I I‘ETER AI,l·`REl> MEREDITH ...... Irnyette county, Ky. '
PEYTON, MARTHA \YASIIINUTON . . . Nicliolnsville. Ky.
I’II’I·]R, El>\YARI) SIMS. ........ I":iyette county, Ky.
I I’t)OLE, (}E< >R(}E \VASIIIN<}TON .... Ying I·`orl<, Ky. ,.
I’ORT\\`(>OIl, \\'ILLI.\M l’OI’E ...... Nicliolnsville, Ky. -4
i l‘<,llTl,'I`ER, l·lLI_lAII THOMAS ...... Iiuncnn, Ky, I I
I l`l`l.I.I;\M, IIl·1NR\'(jL.\\' . ...... \Yi¤le Airnlce, Ky
l l’L'RNlCLL, I·`RANK. ........... Lexington Ky_
I l’Rl·]\\'lTT. lI.\NIEL BOYCE ....... Fayette county, Ky I

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, IjRI·]\YI'I`iI`, S'I`ANLEY TEISIIS ....... Pine Grove, Ky.
I’ROC'I`OR, IDA HENDERSON ...... Lexington, Ky.
R.\MSEY, RUSSELL 'I`I’I< >MAS ...... London, Ky.
` REID, _lAMI·ZS \V.\SIIING'I`ON . ..... I\.IIll1tJIlC$[€1‘, Ky.
. I REID, CYRLIS EUGENE ......... Fayette county, Ky.
REORDON. LYECILE ELIZAIIETII. .... Lexington, Ky.
REYN('>I.I)S, LEWIS I’RIt.`E. ....... Lexington, Ky.
RICIIARDSON, CORDELIA ELIZAIIETII . Fayette county, Ky.
RI(.`IIARI)SON IIARRIET STAMPS. . . . Fayette county, Ky.
RILEY, \YILLIAM TIIOMAS ....... Eagle Station, Ky.
RILEY, OTIS YIOLE'I"I`. ......... Eagle Station, Ky.
A il ROLISE, IIERRY .......... . . . Dixon, Ky.
R(),~\(YII, JOIIN ..... . . . . ..... Alton, Ky.
ROBINSON, '1`ItoMAs MANSFIELD. . . . Lexington, Ky.
I ROIIERTSON JAMES ........... Lexington, K y.
~ ROSSEN, JESSE . . . . ........ I·`oi·.
SIMMONS, JAMES I’ICiI"I`I'I"I` . .... . . Athens Ky.
SL"l`II ICRLANII, (QORA IIELLE . ..... Lexington, Ky.
SU'I`III·]RI.ANIJ, t`I.ARA MASON . .... Lexington, Ky.
SI]IlI,E'I"I`, JOSEI’II II IQNRY ....... SnIye1·~viIle, Ky.
SCIIM I I Yl`, NANN I E ISAIIICL. ...... Lexington, Ky.
SCIIMIIVYI`, MARY I·]LIZ,\I§E'I`II ...... Lexington, Ky.
S(,`O'I"I`, JAMES R L`SSICLL. ........ Fayette county, Ky.
SIIA(`KI,I·]I·`()RI>, J1 IIIN ARMSTRONG , . Lexington, Ky.
_ ,i‘ SII.\CKI.EI*`ORI>, 'I`II<>MAS \YIIEA'I`I.EY . Lexingtmn, Ky.
. SLTIIERMERlI<)I{N, JICNNIE AN'I`EI.I., . . Lexington, Ky.
SIIEI’IIERI.t,JOI*IN ............ Lexington, Ky.
SIIA`\\’, RALPII MARTIN. . ....... Lexington, Ky.
V SHARP, JAMES I}IjLI·`IELD. . . . . . . . Josephine, Ky.

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  9I·IROPSI·IIRE, CAROLINE DIDLAKE . . Fayette county, Ky. `
I SHROPSHIRE, NANNIE \VARE. ..... Fayette county, Ky. T i
. . SHUBIATE, _I.-\\lES IIARRISONK ..... Soldier, Ky.
` SIIUKIATE, GEORGIANA .... . .... Soldier, Ky.
I SHRYOCK, OLIVE . . ........., Lexington, Ky.
_ SIIRYOCK, ELLA ............ Lexington, Ky. \
I SKILLNIAN, CHARLES B ......... Lexington, Ky. _
  SMITH, ROBERT ACE .... . ..... Lexington, Ky.
t SBIITII, \VILLIA)I ADDISON. ...... Lexington, Ky.
SKIITII. NANNIE. ........ . . . . Lexington, Ky.
P SNIITII, SUSAN .......... . . . . Lexington, Ky. j .
w SMITH, ELIZAIIETII. .......... Lexington, Ky. ` I
SBIYTIIE, JOIIN BURKE .... . .,.. Ileattyville, Ky. _ / `
SPEYER. MAURICE . . .... . .... Lexington, Ky.
SPEYER, SIGNIOND. . . . . . . ..... Lexington, Ky.
SPEARS. LOUIS ALFRED. ........ Spears, Ky.
SPRAKE, FRANK GRAVES. . . . . . . . I`)onerail, Ky.
STANIIOPE, HENRY IIURST ...... Fayette county, Ky. ,
STEYENSON, CHARLES ......... Fayette county, Ky.
STEIINIAN, LEA .......... . . . Fayette county, Ky.
STATON, IIIRAKI .... . ....... Albany Lannling, Ky.
» STOLI., JOIIN \\`ILLIABI ...·... . . Lexington, Ky.
I STOCGIITON, MITTA ...... . . . . Lexington, Ky.
l STOCKI)EI.I,, KIOLLIE IlRE\\`ER. .... l.exington, Ky
` STRANGE, XVILIIUR ........... Sonora, Ky.
. A 'I`.\LI3ER'I`, \\'ILl.IAM I3RO\\’NELL. . . . Fayette county, Ky. _
T TALIEERT, I‘ER(]Y STANTON ...... Fayette county, Ky.
TANIIY, LYAIAN MARTIN ........ New Liberty, Ky.
'I`A\"I.OR, _IA)lI·ZS \\'Il.LIABI ..... . . Rt>l»c1‘tson`s Station, Ky. I
TAYLOR, NIARGARET .......... Lexington, Ky A
TAR LTON, J.-\R\'IS TAYLOR ....... Klurpliysville, Ky.
_ 'l`ISI>AI.E. R\'I..—\NIi) I)Il.I,ARl). ..... Lexington, Ky.
` TUCKER, _IAXIl*Z>i JACKSON . ...... Sliclcaivay, Ky
i TIIONIINON, RICIIARI) CIIARLES .... I’ine lilutt`. Ark.
l TIIOBIAS, _lOIIN LEE. .......... Sniitlrs Station, Ala.
1 TIIORNIKERRY. \\'II.I.IAM GARLANI) . . New Ilavcn, Ky.
TIIORNTON, VIRGINIA ......... l"retlericll>oto, Ky.
_ YOUNG, \\'ILLI;\)I JACKSON ...... Fayette county, Ky.

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L DEPARTMENTS OE STUDY.
iv The Depurtinents of Study comprise the folloxviugz
l Nuthemutics.
‘ l°hysic< uml Astronomy.
` Chemistry, Elementury uml Applied.
i' Mentul uml Morul Philosopliy. rf
— Civil History uml Politicul lZc0n0my. A
Agriculture uml Horticulture.
English Lunguuge uml l.iiZ€l'£tlllI'C.
Lutin Lunguugc uml Literuture.
Greek Lunguuge und Literuture.
French Lunguuge uml Literature.
Gerinun Lunguuge uml liiiCl'£1lll1'C.
Civil, Mechunicul. uml Mining Engineering uml Druxving.
Nuturul lli>zto1‘y—l3i>tuny, Cmnp. Anutoiny, Geology, Kc.
Ycterinury Science.
Pructicul Mechunics.
li Theory uml Pructice ol- Teuching.
* B<>i¤l<-l<¤·epiiig uml Peninunsliip.
i Commcrciul I.uw.
» 4 Militury Art uml Science. J
Arcliitecturul uml Lumlscupe Gurilcning.
Plionogruphy.
Scientific Course.
Mutlieinutics.
l’hy>ics uml Astronoiny.
· (;llC\llllt'i)1l<>lli)'.
Natural llistory—lEotany, Physical Geography, Physiology.
Pcninanship and llook-keeping, Drawing.
Rhetoric, lflemcnts of Criticism, Composition, Logic.
Ilistory and Poaitieal lfeononiy.
'l`heory and Practice oi- Teaching,
French and (ilerman.
Latin Language and l,iterature, partial course.
Mental and Moral l’hilosopliy.
All other departments of study in the College are open, without extra
fees, to students in the Norinal course. To those who do not take the
( course required for a diploma, eertiticates of qualiheation to teach are
issued for those hranelies in which the required degree ol proficiency is
attained.
The Course of Study Required for a Diploma in the Com-
mercial Course is as Follows:
Penmanship, lioolt-keeping, general and special.
English tirannnar, <}eography—lieseriptive, Political, and Physical.
Rhetoric, (`oniposition.
Iligher ;\rithmeti¤·. Algebra, Geometry.
Political lieononiv, Xloral Pliilosophy.
French and tlerrnan.
Commercial l.aw.
__/' Phonography.
All other departments are open, without extra fees, to students in the
Commercial Course 'I`0 those who do not take the entire course of study,
but conline themselves mainly to liook-keeping, certificates are given when
the required degree of proficiency is attained.
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  COURSE OF INSTRUCTION.
   
  I. Course in Civil History.
{ PROIHCSSOR I‘.—\'l"l`El{5ON.
junior Class.
L /`/ry 7I`}'l/J—I:l`CLZlllHll,S General Sketch of European History.
; Sutw1i/ T..v·1zz»—Si1i1e’s History of (iernirniy ; lloyies United States.
Senior Class. JV
‘ f`z’21\\'iCl"$ Grmninnr, with Exercises in Composition.
Syiwmf I/Iz`/`//{——·IVI{`ll`CilY5 I’liiioi<>gicni Study of the English Lziiignuge; with
Exercises in Coinlinsitimi.
' Sophomore Class.
1 [`n·_c! T¢’/'/}l—I{Hlll€Si Iiicinents of Criticism, with Exercises in Composi-V
· tion.
_ I .5i‘mz1./ IIC/'/il-—I£llgii5il Lessons, with Exercill< from Virgil and Ovid; Exercises in writing Latin
prose; Li