xt7ncj87ht20 https://nyx.uky.edu/dips/xt7ncj87ht20/data/mets.xml Lexington, Ky (Fayette County) University of Kentucky 18751876 The University of Kentucky catalogs contains bound volumes dating from 1865 through 2007. After 2007 course catalogs ceased to be printed and became available online only. course catalogs  English University of Kentucky Contact the Special Collections Research Center for information regarding rights and use of this collection. University of Kentucky course catalogs, 1865- Catalogue of the Officers and Students of Kentucky University, Volume 2 (1875-1876) text Catalogue of the Officers and Students of Kentucky University, Volume 2 (1875-1876) 1875 2012 true xt7ncj87ht20 section xt7ncj87ht20 J 1 lr-*····· · { · ,
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I Ac;R1c111.·1`1;1z1x1. Axn BIECIIANICAL COI.LEGE,' ......... :5 ~
_   A1‘1>AR1xT1;s, . . ....................... 59
j B01xR1>1NG, ............,.............. 57
j BOARD 01* VISITORS, ...................... 11
= I CA1.Ex1>AR, .......................... 4
` C01.1.EGE OF ARTS, ................... , . . IS I
` COLLEGE OF Luv, ....... . ..,........... 50 I
i C01.LE<;E 01¤ THE B1B1.E, .................... 37
C01sn1ERc1AL C01.1.Ec;E, .................. .15
I C0R1>0R1x1*10>:, ,........................ IO
I EXAAIINATIONS, ............ , ........... 56
I ._ FEES, ............................. 57 I
/ N F01;x1>A·1`1uy ,...... . ...............A.. 5
'”   ` G'O\`ERN)IlEN'I`, ......................... 9
I GR4\I)U;\TES, ...................,.... . 54,
I L11sR1xR1Es, .......................... 58
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M,x·1·R1cc1.1x·1·10N, ....................... I4
NIE'1`EROLO(}IC,\L RE<;1s1`ER, .................. 60
I MUSEUMS, ........................... 59
OFITICPLRS 01* THE BOARD, ................... II
i O1<<.:1xN1z1xT10x, ......... . ............. 8 I
I Pu1;1.1c \V0Rs1111·, ......‘ . ................ SS .
REe,x1·1T1;1.m`10N, ......................, 53 7
I RECLUISITES FOR A1>m115s10x, .................. 56 I
SEx,xTE 01r THE U:~z1vERs1TY, ................. I2 ‘
Y ` SESSION, TERMS, C0~1MENcEs1EN1·, ............... 56
SOCIETIES, ...............,........... SS
TRANS\'I.\'.\NI1\ ME1>1cAL COLLEGE, .............. 5; _
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S121>r. 2-—The Senate ol the University meets, . . . Saturday, IO A. M. i
Sm-1*. II-—'[`h€ Grst Term ofthe Session begins, . . . Monday, 9 A. M. A
DEC. 22-The Christmas Recess begins, ...... Friday Morning.  
1877.   - .
JAN. 2-The Christmas Recess ends, ....... Tuesday Evening. */    
Jax. 2o—The Senate of the University meets, .... Saturday, IO A. M. 4
JAN. 2f/)—Ti1€ Intermediate Examinations end ,... Friday Evening. _ A
` Jnx. ;g—'l`he Second Term ot` the Session begins, .·. Monday, g A. M. ,  
Fm;. 22——Celebration of Washington’s Birth-day by i
the Literary Societies, ......... Thursday, IO A. M. V L
JUNE 2-The Senate ot` the University meets, .... Saturday, IO A. M. {
JUNE I()—Til€ Baccalaureate Sermon, ....... Sunday, 4 P. M.
JUNE ll-—AllI]LlZli Meeting of the Board of Curators, . Tuesday, 2 P. M. \
JUNE I2—Th€ Fi11al Examinations end, ....... Tuesday Evening. A
Jem; 13—Anniversary Address to the Undergraduates, \Vednesday Evening. V H .
y Jimi-: I.],—GCHCl`£1l Commencement, ......... Thursday, to A. M. ‘ ' ( S
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T1112 existence of Kentucky University is due chieiiy t0 the
i efforts ofjohn B. Bowman, its Founder and present Regent.
l In the year 1855, while a young man thirty years oi` age, he ‘
l conceived the plan of building up in his native State a Uni- ,
Q '   versity, in its {ull and true sense, on a Modern, American, and 4
/ Q ‘ Christian basis. \\Iith the understanding that he was to be ‘
4 Free to pursue his own plans in his own way, he voluntarily
_A dedicated his lite to this work, and has prosecuted it with
l ‘ great success for more than twenty years, without accepting
W   a salary, and without abatement of his purposes and pledges. Y
His object nas, as expressed in his reports to the Donors
{ and Curators, "to build up eventually, a great, liberal Institu- _
tion, which, while under the auspices of the Christian Church, ,
_ \ was to be unsectarian and unscctional; also to cheapen and widen ;
, l the system of higher education, so that the humblest youth in _
_ 1 f   all the land could enter it, and receive such education, general
i or technical, as would qualify him lor any business of lite, and
+ that under the broad, expansive influences of our advancing .
' civilization, the blessings ot the Institution should flow as {ree
as our great rivers, accomplishing the greatest good to the i
greatest number of the coming generation." _‘
. gl \Yith these liberal views, and for the ])Llli)OSCS of lindow-
il I ments, Grounds and Buildings, Apparatus, Libraries, Museums,
' Laboratories, Prize Funds, &c., the necessary appliances for
I the most advanced education, he has secured by donations of
’ - money and property, and by Legislative Acts of consolidation
and confederation, assets to the amount of not less than Seven

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__ Hundred and Fifty Thousand __Dollars, which constitute the
i present basis of the University.} B
l i ‘ si These assets were secured from about one thousand indi-
vidual Donors, from the U. S. Government, from the State of
' Kentucky, and from the Trustees of Bacon College and Tran- __
sylvania University, and are sacredly held and to be applied by   I
a Board of Curators appointed under the Charter, in perpetuity,  
for the benefit of Science, Educationyand Religion, and subject I
` to all the_ trusts and obligations imposed by the benefactors. i
lg Under this general view there are three interests :— \  
TH1; Kicxrcckv Uxrvisasirv INTE1<12s’r.
· A This was secured by Mr. Bowman while the Institution was
' located at Harrodsburg, and amounts to $200,000, including
about $9,000 from the wreck of Bacon College. ‘  
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. THE SENATE OF THE UNIVERSITY.
JOHN B. BOWVBIAN, LL. D.,
A’p__grm1l, and Ch(Il'7'}}I(l}l L’.V·0’#I`C/0. J l' ‘ ·
HENRY H. \\/'HITE, LL. D., _
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and A.v/rmmzrzy.
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JAMES K. PATTERSON, Pu. D.,
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ROBERT GRAHAM, A. M.,
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17IS[l`ILCt(}]' in .Tlc£cr.·z·¢»Z¤q/yy, and S1}/INI] .*laL[r.>2z Qglicvr, U. S. A.
` ROBERT I\I;\'l‘I-IISON,
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1·1¤01·`13ss01< I’.\'l"I`El{SON. ·
Fiusr 'I`i;RA1.—Met:tphysics; I~Izunilton`s Lectures. i
Siacoxn Tt;l<11.———Morz1l Philosophy, Culderwoocl; Blz1ckic`s Four Phases .
’ of Morals.
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1 l’ll{ \\'lll'l`E.
I , 1·`Ri;si1MAX C1.Ass.
l Fmsr T1zRM.—'I`owne`s Algebra.
O SECOND Ttzimi.-I):1viesfs Legendres Geometry, Books I., II., III., IV.,
; v. vi.
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’ sovriomoicic c1..»\ss.
, FIRST '1`1;i<:x1.—])avies`s Legcndrc`s Geometry, Hooks VII., VIII., IX.;
Dztvies`s Plane Trigonometry and Mensuration. ’

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SECOND 1`ERM —Loomis`s Surveying and Navigation; Loomis`s Anal_vt» ‘ `
P ical Geometry. ·
' _ _|UNl()ll CLASS.
Fmsr 'TERM.—LOOITliS`S Calculus.
. SECOND 'l`Eiu1.—Snell’s Olmsted`s Mechanics.
SENIOR CLASS. I
Fmstr 'l`E1u1.—1)avies`s Spherical Trigonometry; Snell`s Olmsted`s As-
tronomy.
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1’ROI·`]£SSOR NEYILLE.
l’l SESSI(JN.——TaIlIlU Grammar reviewed; Three Books of Czcsar`s
Commentaries; Sallust`s Conspiracy ot` Catiline; Three Orations ot` Cicero.
I·`lHiSIl)[;\N CLASS.
l·`u ’T`ER)l.-—SC\'C‘I`l Satires ofjuvenal; a Select Author.
Tr·:x’r—Bo0il{ l'lL`l{l·Z'I"l`.
_\l'NI<)l( Cl,.-\SS.
' I“tRs‘r l`i·:i<>i.—()I.
‘· Fmsr 'lll·Zl{)I.-—L€CKLll`C or Recitation daily; lileinentary General Plrvsics
and Chemical Physics, with Experimental Illustrations and Applications.
Staeoxn 'I`l·ZI{Kl.·—Sl1HlC, continued into lfletnentary L`heniistr_r.
l SIQNIOI: CLASS.
lierru Tigiuis ——l,eeture or l{UCll(lllt)Il.(lilll_\`1 (icncral Clien1istr_v with its ·
application to Agriculture, Nledittinc. and the Mechanic .\rts. fully lllus-
trated by Experiments, _ _
l’l{,\C'l`lt`,\l. L`lllZ)lIS'l`ltY. i
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three days ofthe week. Each student will be eliarged with the apparatus he ll
. may break; and, unless a State student, must pay a l`ee ol` $t_; tor the course.  
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Srattoxn 'lll·Zl{M.—-(;COl()g}’ and l’aleont0log_r.
[Ai St`/zz»¤>/tg/" C/r·zY H/S/wg'.  
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FIRST '].`EI{)l.—'l`ll€‘ Student`s I·Iume; the English Constitution. I
Siccoxn r,[`ERM.—\7OIIgC.S Three Centuries ol` Modern llistory; Consti-
tution of the United States; Political Eeonomy.
· I TX'. School tf 1l%11z'1*1·11 .L(Z/lg}/l7g`1’5.
l’l(()I·`l£S5()1{ l[Iil.\'Ii'l`l,
`ILTNIOII t‘I..\ss.
I (;(?}’}lI(l7I.·—OlLIO`S Grammar; Part I.
FIRST 'l`IzRIxI. . . ~ _ _ _
I F}'€7lCh.—l3l1SCIll€llG s Grammar, Part I, to Lesson too.
I (?1·1·1111u1.—Ott0`s Grammar; Otto`s Reader.
Sizeowo TEIKNI. . 4 F1·1·11cb.—I·`asquelle`s Grammar, Part I ; Fasquelle`s
IColloquial French Reader.
' s1£XIOI: CIASS.
I (}`1*1·1111111 —Ott<>`s Grammar, Fart II.; Sehiller`s Jung- I
` ; l I tran von Orleans; Maria Stuart; `Wilhelm Tell. _
I F1Rs‘r Ticnxi. . .   /i`1·1.·111‘h -——Fasquelle`s Grammar, Part II.; Reading;
  I l,e Conserit de 1813; l`n Philosophe sous les Toits; An
II ICoin du I·`eu.
Q   (}1·1·1111111.-—\\’hitney`s Grammar; Goethe`s Ilermann
  I and Dorothea; I.essing’s Nathan der \\’eise; Sehiller’s
I ._ ,_ I \Vallenstein; ])on Carlos; Modern Plays.
I biaeoxn lI;R>1.. - _ _ ; _ _ _· _ _
I I /·1·o111*b.—liorel s (mrznnmuire I`I`$.1IIC{1l$C; l\I()llCI‘C s Le
I I\lisztnthr0pe; Raeineis Athalie; Modern French Plays I
I I_b_v Scribe and others. I
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Ithe candidate must give evidence of at fair acquaintance with _
the I—OllO\\’ll]g I)I`CI){ll'£ltOl`y COu1‘se, Or its etlutvitletlti
Senooi. or ’I‘II¤·; l‘lNt£l.lSll I..\X(}LI\(}IZ.·—l‘;Ilgll$ll (Qrannnar; Composi-
tion.
Seuoor. or l\l.x*rIImr.x*1·1cs.-.\ritlnnetie; I·\lgeln·;i to tgiaclratie Equa-
tions.
Seuoor. on-‘ 'l`lll·Z (BREICIQ I4.·\NtiL`.·\t}l·Z ——'l`he whole ot` I{nehner`s Elemen-
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tary Grammar, the English Exereises to he written in Creek with the ae-
; eents; the whole of Xenophoifs Anabasis or t`iootlwin`s Greek Reader;
I Selections {rom l.ueian`s Dialogues.
l Senooi. or ini; l..x‘rIN I,.\X(}I'.·\(}lC.——BlI]g’Il21lI`1`$ Latin Griunmar. the
 

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English Exercises to be written in Latin with the quantities marked; Three I
Books or C:esar`s Commentaries; Sallust`s Conspiracy of Catiline; Three
, Orations of Cicero.
V GRADUATION, DEGREEs. _·
A student may graduate in any School on the following con— I-
ditions:
I. That he shall have been a member of that School at least ·
,, one year, and shall have completed in a satisfactory manner
the studies thereof, or what the Professor in charge may deem {
" a Lair equivalent; the record of his scholarship for each term k`
being not less than seventy-five per centum of the scale on  
, which one hundred denotes perfection.  
2. That he shall have habitually observed the rules of the  
‘ University. l
Graduation in all the Schools, except in that of Modern l]
Languages, is required for admission to the regular Degree of ` {   C
Bachelor of Arts; the candidate, however, being permitted, i
with the consent of the Faculty, to substitute for the Calculus, l Q
. or the Senior Latin, or the junior and Senior Greek, the course '}
in the French or German language; or to substitute for the
Calculus and the Senior Latin the course in the Hebrew as
y taught in the College of the Bible. . L
A student may be admitted to the regular Degree of Master
l of Arts on the following conditions:
I. That he shall have been admitted, at least one year pre—
viously, in this College, to the Degree of Bachelor of Arts. . -g i
2. That he shall have passed a satishictory examination in
at least three of the following languages: Hebrew, French, \ Q
German, Spanish, and Italian; or in any two of these, and in '
_ a course of Historical Study prescribed by the Faculty.
3. That he shall have paid ten dollars to the Library Fund. l
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" _|()llN B. BO\VMAN, RICGENT`.
FACULTY.
l HENRY Il. \\`lII'I`E. PRras1r>1N<; OFFICER.
li _lOllN ll. NEVILLE, ~
  _lAMES li. PATTERSON,
P ROBERT PETER,
  JOSEPII DESHA PICKETT,
  ALEXANDER R. MILLIGAN,
E FRANCOIS M. HELVETI,
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{   · MATRICULATES, 1874-5. i
i 1\LFORD, NIITCIIELL CARY, .... . ....... Lexington.
A - ARmioR, MiL·1·ox lI.x*rr.1;Y, ............ Hickory Flat, Miss.
’ l3.\R1;L1;Y. joux, ................. Lexington.
liyrsox, Joux 1).·\NIEL, ............. Lexington.
liorroxi, Sixmuzx. l$UR·row, ............ Perryville.
‘ BRAND, _lo1—1N McC.x\v, ............. Cleveland, Tenn.
liuooics, _[osr;1·u Scorr .............. Paris. .
Colima, E1)\\`z\l{l) rl`H()M;\S, ............ Society Ilill, S, C. _
C()I.\'ILLE, joux Rixxismy ............. Cedar Town, Gu, ,
Cox, Br;N_].mi1N, ................. Lawrenceburg. {
_A CRl"l`Cll1i1{, IIENRY TIERXDOX, ....,..... F1'2`ll“ll{l_Ol`[. ·
_ i l Cmzmsma, jzuin-cs. Bt‘eu,xx,xx, ........... Mt. Olivet.
CL‘RRu·;R, joux 'l`llOAIA5. ............ Paris, Tenn.
\ Ky Dxvis. ;XL15ER'l` llixiuzx. .....,.....,. Paintsvillc. _
' E.\R1.Y, Licsunc Nicwmmx ............. Petersburg.
l·]c11<>Ls, joux (,UI'l'11.·\N7 ............ \\'est Point, Miss.
) l£cuo1,s. `[()>2l£l'lll`S. ............... \Vest Point, Miss. I
Ei1.r.1s, \V1Lr.1.\x1 (,i(_ll·`ll£l.]) ............. _[;1cl;son,Miss.
l lis’r1r.i., \V.\I.l.r\(`E. ._ .............. Richmond.
‘ l"()l{M.\Y, joux Cl'..»\Y'l`¢)N ............. North Middletown.
l·`oRs1c1a, \Yll.l.l.·\M C.\Rl{\'. ............ Meridian, Miss.
l"US'l`I·ZI{. joux \lim`<>x, . . ........... Lexington.
‘ Fox. j .»xx11;s \V.·\1.i,,\t11·:, ............. Stony Point.
(*i.·\INIES. .'\I.l$l£R'l` \\VINS'l`(>N ............ Burlington.
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