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ORGANIZATION.
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Il ` Kmvrucxv `UNIVERSITY embraces several Colleges, each un-
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Officer. The general supervision of the University as a whole
_ ' is committed to the Regent, who is elected from among the
Curators, and is cx-zyfczb Chairman of the Executive Committee.
He is the representative of the Board of Curators before the
donors and the public, and it is his duty, in connection with the
I ¤ Executive Committee, to see that the general laws and statutes
of the University are faithfully executed.
Each College is divided into several Schools or Departments
of Study; and each School is under the immediate government
and instruction of a competent Professor, assisted, when neces-
sary, by subordinate Instructors and Tutors.
The Colleges of the University are severally styled—
1. The College of Arts.
I g 2. The Agricultural and l\/lechanical College of Kentucky.
y 3. The College of the Bible.
g 4. The Normal College (not yet organized.)
g 5. The Commercial College.
  6. The College of Law.
  7. The College of Medicine. v
, While the course of study and instruction in each College is
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a student, regularly matriculated in any one of them, may have
the benefit ofinstruction in the others without additional charge i
for tuition.
There are some features in the plan of Kentucky Universi-
i ty which are peculiar. The general superintendence of the L i _
whole Institution by the Regent, who is not connected with i
A any Faculty, but who is the representative of the Curators and
I ~··r Donors, gives unity to the whole plan; while the distribution of ,
A the executive labor and responsibility among the Presiding
‘ A Officers of the several Colleges secures efficiency in every de-
V partment. The several Colleges thus associated furnish the _
most liberal provisions for education, whether general or pro-
1 fessional; and that too without the expense and embarrassments
A that would result from a duplication of professorships. If a
young man desire to pursue a classical course exclusively, he ( 5
i can do so, and receive a certificate of graduation for the same.
` lf he desire to devote himself to Science or Arts, to receive a
  good Commercial and Business Education, to graduate as a
é Civil Engineer, or to study Mining or any other specialty, he will
  enjoy the like facilities without additional expense. Should
a student desire to reduce the ordinary expenses of board and
tuition, the Agricultural College presents to him the opportunity
for laboring at a reasonable compensation, on the College `
Farm or in the shops, while he is receiving instruction in it i
' Science and Literature. This union of study and labor is 7
i thus not only economical, but also conservative of health and
i good morals.
»   The Agricultural and Mechanical College also embraces
L a thorough course of instruction in Military Tactics, which is  
   

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l made valuable as a means of physical development, as well as
of collegiate discipline. A liberal course of instruction in
` l Telegraphy and Meteorology is also provided, and ample
facilities for illustration of these practical sciences are furnished
in connection with the Signal Service Station established at
L l _ Ashland.
I This general plan of the University, with its peculiar
features of government and discipline, with its associated
, Colleges and their separate Schools, and with its various Elec- -
tive Courses of Study, including Industrial Education, with
all its economic arrangements, makes it emphatically an
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GOVERNMENT. A
I T The general government of the University is vested in the I
 _ . Board of Curators, which consists of not less than thirty mem- i
i bers, representing the donors, under the conditions prescribed
in the charter. The delegated and representative powers of
I the Corporation are vested in the Regent and the Executive
i Committee.
For purposes of counsel and co-operation in regard to the »
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» general interests of the University, the Faculties of the several
, 4 Colleges assemble as one body, under the name of the Senate
, of the University; but the immediate government of the stu-
  dents of each College is committed to the Faculty thereof, '
i each student being amenable to the Faculty of that College to
i which he belongs by virtue of his matriculation.
The Board of Visitors of the Agricultural and Mechanical A -
College of Kentucky consists of six members, who are ap-
pointed by the Governor of the State, with the advice and » °
consent of the Senate of Kentucky, and whose powers and ,
duties are prescribed in the Act of the General Assemby estab—
lishing this as one ofthe Colleges of the University.
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CORPORATION.
JOHNB. DOWN/IAN, . . . REGENT.
CURATORS.
R. M. BISHOP, ..... Cincinnati, Ohio.
J. B. BOVVMAN, ..... Lexington.
JOHN G. ALLEN, .... St. Louis, Mo.
. BENJAMIN GRATZ, .... Lexington.
A ANDREVV STEELE, .... Fayette county.
JOSEPH \VASSON, ..... Lexington.
D. S, GOODLOE, .... Lexington.
JAMES B. BECK, . .... Lexington.
, G. W. ELLEY, ..... Lexington.
i   S. VVOOLFOLK, ..... Lexington.
A. H. BOWMAN, ,.... Mercer County.
C T, WORTHINGTON, .... Boyle County.
JOSEPH SMITH, ..... Lexington.
G. XV. GIVENS, ..... Lincoln County. l
\V. L. WVILLIAMS, .... Lincoln County,
A. G. HERNDON, ..... Garrarcl County,
R.   \VHITE, ..... Madison County.
. R. C. RICKE'l"l`S, ..... \Vood{ord County.
I l B. B. GROOM, ..... Clark County.
JOHN SIIACKLEFORD, .... Maysville.
Z. F. SMITH, ..... Eminence.
J. P. TORBITT, . ...,, Louisville.
I R. R. SLOAN, ..... E. Cleveland, Ohio.
\V. T. \VI'I`IrIERS, ..... Lexington.
ENOS CAMPBELL, .... St. Louis, Mo.
L. B. XVILKES, ..... Columbia, Mo.
Z. M. Sl*llRl.l·]\', .... Louisville.
. JOHN AUG. \Vll.I.l.\\lS, .... Harroclslvurg.
_ S. M. \VIN(}, ..... Owensboro.
` HORACE R, MILLER, .... Pnris.
i \VILLIAM E. ROGERS, .... Versailles.
JAMES G. KINNAIRD. .... Fayette County.
I JAMES CRUTCIIER, .... Newcastle.
GEORGE G. \VHITE, .... Paris.
A. M. BARNES, ..... Lexington.
R. M. GANO, . ' .... Bourbon County.
N. B. \VELI,S, ..... La Grange.
f \V. R. ESTILL, .,... Fayette County.
,     E, LEE, ..... ) Owingsville.
J. Z. PRICE, ...... Covington.
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OFFICERS OF THE BOARD.
I ’ it. M. BISHOP, .
  CHAIRMAN.
D. S. GOODLOE,
TREAsURI·;R.
I iw _f()SEI'H S, NYO(>I.I·`OI.K, F I
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` EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE.
_]()HN B. BONVMAN,
' CHAIRMAN EX—OFFICIO. '
L V BEN_]AMIN GRATZ,
i _IOSEPH SMITH,
n R. C. RICKETTS. ._
I. S. NVOOLFOLK. ‘ `
 
{ AGRICULTURAL AND MECHANICAL COLLEGE.
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i BOARD OF VISITORS.
IION. L. _I. BRADFORD, .... Covington.
HON. VV. C. P. BRECKINRIDCE, . . . Lexington.
4H0N. G. A. C. IIOLT, ...- . Murray. I ,
REV. L. B, \VOOLFOLK, .... Lexington.
{ HON. IOHN PRESTON, .... Milton. v
; HON, D, H, BAKER, . .... Mnhienburg.

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THE SENATE OF THE UNIVERSITY.
]OHN B. BOXVKIAN, LL. D., A
Regent, mul Chairman ex—opiez'o.
l ROBERT MILLIGAN, A. M., ,
Presizliug Ojieer of Me College of Me Biole, and Projexsor of Sacred Lz'lerzzlz¢re.
HENRY H. WHITE, LL. D.,
. Presfrlirgg Ojieer of the College of Arls, rum" Profexsor of Malherrzatics and /1;-
,‘ lronozuy.
y JAMES K. PATTERSON, A. M.,
P}‘¢’.Yl4(iI·I{g’ Qfieer ¢y" {he ./lgrz'eulz‘z¢rzzl mul Mechavzical College, mul Morrisoxz Pro-
pssor (y' Civil fhklory mul llhlapbysies.
~ MADISON C. JOHNSON LL. D.,
[’w.v1`rlz'zzg Qyirer of Me College of Law, uml Projimvar of Commercial Law.
HORACE P. PERRIN, A. M.,
I /’;·e·.vz’o’z'z;g Qlfieer of Me Coozmerdal College, azml Proj%s:or of Coowzereial
4 S Law mul EMM;.
]AMES M. BUSH, M. D., ?
Deon (y' fha Faeulgr of 7}·a1zxylwz1zz2z llhvlieal College,zma' Proj2·:soz· of Szugery
mul Azmlowy.
JOHN H. NEVILLE, A. M.,
}’1·q/Zwnrqf Me Greek Lozzgzzoge mul L2'/oro/zzn-.
ROBERT PETER, Pu. D., M. D.,
/’ro_fZ*xsor if Chexzzzkby uml E,xy>e1·z'11ze1zM/ P&1'lo.wy>&y.
I . P}'(?/;f’S.€0/' of .S`nerezl [L-J`l0};V mul Szzerezl D1`¤lac!1'eS.
]OHN B. HUSTON, A. M.,
i Pro/€·.v.ro1· of Covmzoiz uml Sfzz/zzfe Low.
\V. C. P. BRECKINRIDGE, A. M.,
Pnwxsor of Eouigw yI(}’l·.y7}'I((l,L’lI[L‘, om! C0/I.TlZ.llllI.0}l{I/ Law.
RICHARD A. BUCKNER,
Pzujxvsor of Ezmlezzee, P/emz’iu_q (Iliff Proefzke,
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/ . ]OSEPH D. PICKETT, A. M.,
' Projexsor of Englfxh Lileralure and cy' Sacrecl Iblvloyy. `  
Przwxsor of Geology, Zoology, and Bolany. ’
ALEXANDER R. MILLIGAN, A. M.,
A Preixsor cy' the Lalin Language and Literalure. ,
]OHN SHACKLEFORD, ]R., A. M.,
` Prefesxor of English Li/eratzrre in the Agviczcllzcral ami 1`PIechm1z'cu/ Co/lege.
W. O. SWEENY, M. D.,
5 Pr¢y`e.r.vor of Surgery ami Analomy.
E A" WV. S. CHIPLEY, M. D., ` _
Profexsor ef Prz`nc1ple: and Praclice.
l 4 H. M. SKILLMAN, M. D.,
" Profexsor of Physiology aml fégiene.
JOSEPH SMITH, M. D., A
` Projexsar of Ol}:/elric: ami .D1'xca:es cy` Women and Chi/alren.
O ROBERT PETER, PH. D., M. D.,
Pry"e.vsor of Chemislry and Toxicology. ·
`   W. WHITNEY, M. D.,
A P;-ojQ·.v;oz· cy lllaierizz zi/eclica uml T he¢·apeulz'cs. U ` ~
i Demonstra/oz· q' Analomy.
~   S. M. SWIGERT, U. S. A.,
E Pr¢y”exxor cf ./Will/ary T acllcs and CIIUZIZ .E7IgZ~7l€£7'Z·7Z$",
l D. G. HERRON, A. B., _
I Prz`11clz*al xy` Pny>a7·alo¢y Dejpczr/wzczzl of Me f]g'7'7·{Zl/[Zl7'lIZ and Illechmzfczzl (`o//ege.
FRANCOIS M. HELVETI,
Pro;Q::or of Ihizch, German aml .#a11zLvh. ~ 4 ·
JAMES G. w1¥11TE,  
{A ` Aayomct P¢·z¢·:.vor xy" 1`llalhemalics.   I
I WILLIAM H. MARQUAM, ‘  
Aa'/zmcl Professor in Me C07}l7}lE7'6`7'lZ[ College. E
.   WILLIAM B. SMITH, A. M,, ‘ - é ·
‘ A ajzmct Propssor ¢y’ Geo/ogy, Zoology and Boiany.
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_. OTHER OFFICERS AND INSTRUCTORS.
‘ . E. DENNING LUXTON,
· Secretary ia Ike Regen!.
. ]OSEPH VVALTER,
.9l¢}¢’7'{7ll‘£7l{[¢’7Z[ of ihe ][0rtz`¢2¢/lurzzl Deparlmenl,
]OHN A. DEAN, · _
Szeperinlendent uf Me Agricu//zeral Dejm¢·/mem'.
W. S. JEWELL,
lustruvtar in Jktearalagy and Szlgmzl S/zztizm Ojieer. U S. A.
` C. W. CATON,
Imlrudor in Telegmpky.
L. N. EARLY, ~
I Tbtar in the C0//ege of A rt:. _
` A. E. GULLION,
7}z/or in Z/ze .4grz`eu/fura! and zlleehanieal College. ‘
· G. B. WAGNER,
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COLLEGE OF ARTS.
   
  1 Coukse or INSTRUCTION.
. I. School of the English Language and Literature. _ _
PROFESSOR PICKETT.
FRESHMAN CLASS.
I·`IRs’I‘ 'l`I·:RIxI.—Quackenbcs’s Rhetoric; Exercises in Composition and Elocution.
SECOND TERM.—Qunckei·Ibos’s Rhetoric; Exercises in Composition and Elo-
cution.
JUNIOR CLASS.
FIRST 'l`1smI.—Kzui1es’s Elements of Criticism; Essays, Criticisms,`*and Decla-
rnations.
I SECOND 'l`IcRsI.—Wlmtely’s Logic, with Practical Exercises.
SENIOR CLASS.
FIRST 'l`ILIuI,—Wlmtely’s Rhetoric, with Practical Exercises.
SECOND TERM.—SlI?l\V’S Mzmunl of English Literature, with Lectures; Read-
ings in the English Classics, with Critiques; Theses, Orcitions, and Forensic Dis-
putntions.
II. School of Mental and Moral Philosophy.
» _ PROFESSOR PATTERSON.
` FIIoard exercises in writing Latin, with
the quantities marked.
SECOND ,SEss10>1.——Latin Grammar reviewed; Three Books of Ca:sar’s Com-
mentaries; Sallust’s Conspiracy of Catiline; Three Orations of Cicero .
FRESHMAN CLASS. i
I*`1ks’1‘ 'I`1·:kxi.——Eive Books of Virgil’s .·Eneid, with Exercises in Scanning;
Latin Prose Composition; History of Rome.
' M Siccoxo rl`l£R)I.—rl`\VO Books of Livy; Latin Prose Conposition ; History of
Rome. 2
JUNIOR CLASS.
Fiks’i‘ rI`ERM.——S€l€Ctl0lIS from Horace, with Scanning; Latin Prose Compo-
sition. _
SECOND rI`ERNI.··——S€l€CtlOHS from Tacitus; a Comedy of Plautus or Terence;
Latin Prose Composition, °
SENIOR CLASS.
Frksr '.l.`lCRNI.—()I`t€ of Cicero’s Philosophical VVorks, with Exercises in Re-trans-
lation.
‘ SECOND TE1u1.—Seven Satires of juvenal; a Select Author.
'I`i;x*i·-Books imo Booits or Rr:iri;nE>1ce,-Binghanfs Latin Grammar;
Hanson’s Preparatory Latin Prose Book; Anthon’s or Frieze’s Virgil’s /Eneicl;
Lincolnk; Livy; Antlion’s or Macle:me’s Horace; Anthon’s Tacitus; Iiarring.
ton`s Plautus or \Veale`s Terence; Anth0n’s Cicero de Otiiciis, Antlion’s JLIVC-
nal; Arnold’s Latin Prose Composition; Liddell’s History of Rome; Madvig’s or
Zumpt`s Latin (lramniar; Antlrewsls Latin-English Lexicon; Smith’s English—Latin
I,t·;;ieon; Antlion’s or Smitlfs Classical Dictionary;, Smith’s Dictionary of Greek
and Roman Antiquities; Longs Classical Atlas, or Kiepert’s Atlas Antiquus.
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/ VI. School of Sacred History and Evidences of Christianity.
PROFESSOR PICKETT.
JUNIOR CLASS.
FIRST TERM.—Old Testament History, begun. I
SECOND CLASS.—Old Testament History, continued. '  
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SENIOR CLASS.
FIRST TERM.——Ncw Testament History. I
. __ SECOND TERM.—Evidences of Christianity.
TEXT—BOOKS.—Englisl1 Bible; Milligan on Reason and Revelation.
VII. School of Chemistry and Experimental Philosophy
PROFESSOR PETER.
FIRST TERM.—Elementary Chemistry and Physics; instruction given by daily
lectures, fully illustrated by experiments, specimens, etc., and impressed by daily _I In
examination. Considerable attention given to the application of these branches of VJ `
science.
` SECOND TERM.~——LectureS on Chemistry, illustrated by experiments ; Elementary
I Physics, with experiments. ·
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FIRST TERM.——Human Anatomy and Physiology. I
SECOND 'I`I;RM.—Botany.
I SENIOR CLASS.
I FIRST TERM.—Zoology, commenced.
_   SECOND TERM.—Zo0logy, Gnishcd; Geology and Paleontology.

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IX. School of Civil History.
PROFESSOR PATTERSON.
JUNIOR CLASS.
FIRST TERl\i.—SChITllIZ,S Manual of Ancient History.
K SECOND TERM.—Weber`s Outlines of History; History of the United States,
M   SENIOR CLASS.
FIRST TERM.-The Student’s Hume; the English Constitution.
SECOND rI`ER)[.·—·YOI']g€iS Three Centuries of Modern History; Constitution of
the United States; Political Economy.
X. School of Modern Languages.
PROFESSOR HELVETI. i
]UNIOR CLASS.
Ge·2·wmz.—Otto’s Grammar, Part I.; Exercises.
l_ _ TERM Fz·mrh.—Fasqi1elle’s Grammar to Lesson 100; Exercises.
IMT " ``'°`' I/rz/1`mz.~—Cuore’s Grammar; Foresti’s Reader.
L .$*>qzzz'M.—Scl1ele dc Vere’s Grammar; Velasquez’s Reader.
'J= $2 [ Gf}‘}}lHll.—()lI0’S Grammar, Part I,; Otto’s Reader.
l Frmzrb.—Fasquelle’s Grammar; Fasquelle’s Reader, I
SECOND TERM ...,, J [/rr/i¢m.—Cu0re’s Grammar; Foresti’s Reader; Tasso. ‘
i S';§mz1`r/2.—Scl1ele de Vere’s Grammar; Valasquez’s Reader ;
[Don Quijote.
SENIOR CLASS.
[ Gw·1zzmz.—Ott0’s Grammar, Part II.; Schiller’s jungfrau
{ von Orleans, \Vilhclm Tell, or Maria Stuart.
J i Frmr/2.—I}orel’s Grammaire francaise and Cours de themes
` AFIRST TERM _______ i francais; Em. Souvestre‘s Un Philosophe sous les Toits; Erck-
`I mann-Chntrinn’s Le Couscrit (le ISI3.
/hz/1`rm.—Tass0; Goldoni.
- j l i IS;/7zZ/ll·Id—DOI1 Quijote,
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[ Gm·zz1mz.--\Vl1itney’s Grainmzir; Lessing’s Nathan der \Veise;
Goethe‘s Hermann and Dorothca; Composition and Conversa-
\ tion in German.
Q T I /Gr/z.·&.—l3.>rcl's Grammairc francaise; Racinc’s Athalie, or
` ECOND ERM '``°· i' \Ioliere’s Le Misanlhropc; Modern French Plays; Composi-
‘ tion and Conversation in French.
il I [/rz/fr111.——D.111te. ’
L S/WI/lI·SA.——CHl(lCl`Oll.

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I SESSION, 'YERMS, COMMENCEMEN'1`.  
The collegiate year consists of a single session of nine
months, divided into two equal terms. It begins on the second
Monday in September, and ends on the second Thursday in
june, which is Commencement—day. ,
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l iv Every candidate for admission must present satisfactory
- A evidence of good moral character; and, if previously connected
. with any other College, a certificate of honorable standing in it.
 l For admission into _the Freshman Class of any School, he
must be at least fourteen years of age; for advanced standing l
‘ - corresponding increase of age is required. ,  
· To enter the Freshman Class of the Schools named below, l
he must give evidence of a fair acquaintance with the following 4]*   ·
` l preparatory course, or its equivalent:  
SCHOOL OF TIIIC ENGLISH LANGUAGE_——Englisl1 Grammar; Composition.  
  SCHOOL OF MATHEMA'PICS.-—Al`l[l]Il\€llC; Algebra to Quadratic Equations. l
l Scnoois or trim Gamma LA1x, D1;<;1;<:, Nl.\l{l`l`$ El.l.IO'l`, ln., . I . . Lexington,
linxzxx, ]OSl·§l‘ll, ..... Lexington. _ ·
lim'.-xx, \V11.1,1.xx1 Gtsi`, .... Lexington.
BI."l`I,l2R, C11lx1<1.12s Emxuxiul, . . . l’m·is.
C;\Xll’BELL, Anicxixxnmn I’1mx1<1,rN, . . . Monmouth, Oregon.
I (Y.·\RRINGTON, CLIVE, ..... X nstin, Texas.
_ (X\R‘l`\’, ]01IN, ...... Lexington.
j (Al!\'l`LIN, FR.-xxi; r1`H]C(lDOR]€, . . . ’ Greenville. lll.
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/ CuAI>I·1;1.L, joux JEFFERSON, .... Cadiz. ~ I
I CLAYt·ooL, CHARLES CARROLL, . . . Bowling Green, a
COLTISR, 'l`rIoMAs CRETH, .... Cnnrdensville.
CRU’IcrIER, LIENRY LIERNDON, . . . l·`rnnl»foi-t.
CURRIER, joIIN THOMAS, .... Paris, Tenn.
Cnxtms, AL1»rIEUs PENEL*F0N, . . . Mortonsville.
lmziey, CrIARLEs TURNER, ..., Liinn P. 0.,111. ‘
DE\vI·:Es1·:, BENJAMIN CASSEL, . . . jacksonville, lll. A
EARLY, L1asLIE NEWMAN, .... Petersburg. ~· ’
ELI.Is, SMIIII MORGAN, .... Czwernn.
ERWIN, l.EwIs TUMLIN, . . . Danville,
•i Es’r1LL, \VALLACE, .... Riclnnond.
A -. E\VING, CHARLES SANDY, .,,. Bowling Green.
FRAZICR, l·11»wARD, .,... Lexington.
` GANG \\`.Il.l.I.»\M BIQRIAII, . . ‘ . . Centreville.
i GEEsI,IN, LIANSON LARKIN, . . . Decatur, Ohio.
 · Gtn·g.
SKINNICR, ]0s1AII BURNSIDE, . . . Hnstonville.
SIIIT1-I, ED\VARD EVIZRETT, .... Lexington.
SMITH, FRANK, ..... Wnxnhctchic, Texas.
SMITII, GUILD, ...., Nashville, Tenn.
SIIITII, ]R, ]OllN NIAR’I`IN. .... Florence, Ark.
. 'l`I-I<>m·stiN, lIORi\”I`IO, .... Slmi·psl>urg. `
\Ti\N;\RSD.·\l.L, [)\\'lGll'l`, .... l·Inri·odsbui·g.
VANCE, JOIIN 'l`II<’nI.\s, . . , . Lximpasrts, Texas,
· \ \VILLli\)ISUN, CIIARLIZS PICHII.kil{l·1\\*, . . Richmond, Vn.
\VII,soN, Ni\'l`l{i\NlliL \VICl(LlFFl£, , . . Lexington.
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