xt7p5h7bsj6q https://nyx.uky.edu/dips/xt7p5h7bsj6q/data/mets.xml Lexington, Ky (Fayette County) University of Kentucky 18831884 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 This digital resource may be freely searched and displayed.  Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically.  Physical rights are retained by the owning repository.  Copyright is retained in accordance with U. S. copyright laws.  For information about permissions to reproduce or publish, contact the Special Collections Research Center. University of Kentucky course catalogs, 1865- Annual Register of the State College of Kentucky, Volume 3 (1883-1884) text Annual Register of the State College of Kentucky, Volume 3 (1883-1884) 1883 2012 true xt7p5h7bsj6q section xt7p5h7bsj6q . ANNUAL REGISTER
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KIA]. ROBERT S. l’lUl.l.OCK ......... Lexington,
COL. L. ]. l}R;\l)l·`ORl) ............ Covington.
HON. A. R. BOONE ......... . . . . . Mztyileltl.
HON. P. l‘. JOHNSTON .... . ...... Fayette county.
'l'l{US'l`ElCS \\‘1r10s1L 1121:11 O1·‘ Ol’l·`ICl·Z 1·:xP1uEs j.\Nl';\R\' 10, 1888.
·ll`Dl}lE WM. B. KINKEAI) . .......... Lexington.
Ex-C1111;1¤ _[t?s‘1`1c1-: U. ]. PETERS ........ Montgomery county.
_Iti1lt;1i ;\l,llER'l` G. Rlll·ZA. . . ....... Logan county.
HON. W. H. \\'ADS\\’ORTl*I . V ......... Mason county.
’t‘1t1‘s‘1‘1;1·;s \\'ll<')Sli 'l`l·ZRKl Ov Ul’l·`lCl·) EXl’ll{lCS _l;\Nl`AR\' 10, 1890.
HON. j. M. UN'l`llANK ............ Bell county.
l’HIl.ll’ BIRD, Esq. . ............. Shelby county.
C1-ZN. 5. B. l}l]Cl{Nl£R ...... . . . . ‘. . . ltlart county.
Uk. R.   SPURR ............... Fayette county.
Ex1·;eu‘1`1\‘12 (.`(>)l\llT'l`l·Zli.
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]AMES K. PATTERSON. Ph. D., F.   A.,
` Presitlent, Professor of Metaphysics, Civil History.
” ROBERT PETER, M. D., i
Professor of Chemistry and Experimental Physics.
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JOIIN SHACKLEPORD, A. M.,
, Professor of the English Language and Literature.
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I JAMES G. \\'IIl'l`E,
Q Professor of llathetnaties, Physics, and Astronomy.
A. R. CRANDALL,
Professor of Natural History and Director of the Mechanical Department.
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C. R. TYLER, Second Lieutenant U. S. A.,
_ Professor of Civil, Mechanical, and Mining Engineering, Drawing, and Military Science.
F. M. IIELVETI,
Professor of the French and German Languages and Literature.
]OllN ll. NEVILLE, A. M.,
Professor of the Latin and Greek Languages and Literature.
MAURICE KIRISY, A. i\l.,
· Professor of Moral and Political Philosophy, and Principal of the Normal Dep't.
I ALBERT A. MENKE, P
~ Professor of Agricultural Chemistry, Horticulture, and Agriculture.
\\`AL'l`ER K. l’Arl"l`ERSON,
Principal ofthe Preparatory Department.
\V. G. THORNBURY,
Instructor in Practical Mechanics. I
G. D. UUCKNER, M. D.,
Metlieal 1{xaininer.
. M. L. PENCE, B. S.,
I Professor of Book-keeping and Assistant in Preparatory Department.
i FELIX I. BAR'l`<`>N, ·
{ Tutor in Preparatory Department. ·
l _l. \\i. 'l`.·\Yl.Ol{,
1 instructor in Greek aud Latin.
1 ]OllN GILCIIRIST, i
` i Superintendent of Farm. ’
i Mus. 15. P. RYLANI), ‘
l Matron of Boarding lrlall.

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EUBANK, BURTON PENDEGAST, KASTLE, JOSEPII IIOEING.
GRAVES, CLARENCE SCOTT, RAMSEY, RUSSELL THOMAS,
JONES, HENRY CLAY, RILEY, OTIS YIOLET.
-Diploma of Normal Depamnent,
IIOEING, LEONORA.
Governofs Medal, i882—'3,
LAMIKUTII, WILLIAM DAVID.
Governofs Medal, i883-4,
KASTLE, ]OSEI’H HOEING.
IVIATRICULATES, I883·i4.
ADAMS, \Y. T ..... . . . ........ Goshen.
AMBROSE, OSCAR BLAIR ......... Lexington.
ASHER, HUGH L ........ . . . . . . Skirlmore.
BAKER, JOHN N .............. H:1xm·d.
BAILEY, CHARLES IKONDLYRANT ..... Lexington.
_ BARTON, I·`EI.IN ISOBI. ......... Whitley C. II.
BARTLE'I`"I`, FREDERICK VINCENT .... Lexington.
IEASHAM, L. LEE . ....... . . . . . Stephensport.
BEALERT, MRS. ALICE .......... Lexington.
BEATTY, \\`ILl.IAM DAYII) ..... . . Russell Cave.
BENNETT, ALYA   ............ Sacramento.
_ BERRYNIAN, CHARLES HENRY. ..... Lexington.
BOS\\'ORTH, ]O. ERAXER ...... . . . Sliekaway.
BO\VLING, ANDERSON t`RA\\`I*`ORD . . . Greenmonnt.
BURIERIDGE, STEPHEN DENNIE ..... II\llClllI\SOl`tlS Station.
, ZBUTLER, THOMAS   . . ......... Shreve.
BRADFORD, NVILLIAM GRANT . . . t . . \Yillin1nslnni·g.
BRATT, FRANK ELl.S\\'ORTH. ...... Cold Spring.
iBRATT, GEO. II, .............. Cold Spring.
JZRECIQINRIDGE, SOPHONISBA PRESTON, Lexington.

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I BROYVNELL, CLAUDE SYLVESTER .... Lexington. G
I BRYAN, GEORGE GIST .......... \Vindom. H
  BRYAN, ROBERT MILLIGAN ....... \VIlI(IiO1l`1. U
CADDELL, ANDRE\V JACKSON ...... Holly Hill. [V]
E V CASSELL, ROBT. LEE ......... . . Windom. 17]
“ CASSITY, GEORGE D. . . ......... Terry, Miss. 1-j
_ CASTLEMAN, \VILLIAM NVORLEY. .... Louisville. I€
V COOK, LOUISA. .............. Lexington. lé
i COOK, THOMAS ANDRENV . ..,..... Razor Blade. I·
. COLLINS, JOHN .............. Rook I·Iouse. I·
COLYER, STEPHEN DEARBORN. . . . . . Richmond. I
T CURTIS, HENRY ERNEST . ........ Greentlztle. I
‘ CHAMBERS, STUART BENJAMIN . . . . . Lexington. I
T CIIENAUL'1`, DANIEL MITCHELL ..... Richniontl. I
‘ CLARKE, GEORGE TILFORD ....... Lexington. I
CROMWELL, EDDIE B. .......... Lexington. ]
CROSSTII\VAITE, \VILLIAM TILFORD. . . Lexington. l
DAVIS, EDGAR CROYSDALE ....... Lexington.
DEANE, THOMAS ELLA ..... . .... Lexington. A
DILROODE, RUDOLPH JOHN JULIUS . . . Lexington.
DICK, GARNETT STRATTON ..... . . \Vestport.
DIXON, SANFORD YALLANDINGHAM . . Dixon. ,
DODDS, JAM ES FR EEMAN ........ Hickman.
i DUNCAN, ED\\`ARD MACALISTER. .... Lexington.
I DUNCAN, HENRY T ............ Lexington.
` . DRAKE, AUGUSTINE FREELAND . .... Natchez, Miss.
. i EUBANK, BURTON PENDEGAST. ..... Glasgow.
ELY, BENJAMIN FRANKLIN ....... Lexington.
FARNAU, \YILLlAM ARTHUR, . . . .... Lexington.
FISH, GEORGE COOKE. .......... Mount Vernon.
FISHER, KATIE L.. ........... . Cyntliinnrt.
FULTON, ROBERT LEE .......... Thomasville, Ga,.
, FYFFE, JAMES PERRY. .......... Maysville.
` FRAZER, HUGH MILLER ......... Lexington.
I FRAZER, MARY ....... . ...... Lexington. —
i GESS, GEORGE THOl\IAS .......... Lexington.
GIBSON, CARLTON JAMES. ........ Dayton.
i GIBSON, ELIZABETH DUNSTER ...... Lexington.
{ GILLESPIE, GEORGE ROBERTSON. .... Lexington.
, GOGGIN, BOURNE ............. _Kirl ‘r.,; Y
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ii First year. . · I _ I _ I  
I ` 'First term . .   English. Mathematics. I ghysics. I I 
  Second term . English. Mathematics. I iemlsiry- I  
I "séeL—3¤t1 §EEE-I _   _ I _ I  
[ First term I Mathematics. I (ierman. Org- @10111-. Allflt-& Pliy.  ,
1 'Second term . I Mathematics I German. Agr. (,hem.I Botany. - 
Third year. . I I I V
I First term . .   German.   English. Prac. Chem.I Prac. Chem.  
• 'Second term . German. English. Zoology. I Astronomy. I
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. 'First term . .   Veterinary I History. Geology.   Agriculture.   '
' - science. I I _ Q _
{Second term . I Veterin ary I Hist. & Polit.I I I'IO1'ilClll[l€‘. I
I science. _ Econ.  
SCIENTIFIC COURSE.  
i*`irst year. W Vw wr i wr ossresoro rirr   rl FVVWWFH-iFFrri—l;
First term . . English. Mathematics.I Physics.   French. {
. Second term . I English. Mathematics. I Chemistry. ~iI'il`CllQl. g  
FAASCCOIIG $’I;‘(ll`. ? N1-tw —)rhm i—*i_-__ —_vi V
* First term . . I Mathematics. German.   French, Anat.&l‘hy.
I Second term .   Matheinati& German. IrFrench. llogtahy.  7
'THEH1 ihiléi iiii " AM"  
· . First term . .   German. English.   Mechanics. I Math. or Pr. V
j Chem. `
Second term . I German.     jkstionoiny.
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First term . . I Mental & Mor. History. , Geology. Igmvil Eng.
I I Philosophy. I I2 ‘
iSecond term . Mental & Mor I Hist & Polit. -;Cl\’ll Eng.
‘ Philosophy. I Econ.  
. CLASSICAL COURSE. I I
I Fl·`l'{·si year. WCCAF-7n4_- —~—F——E+F—_(;
I First term I English. _   Mathematics. Physics. I Latin.
I Second term .   English. Matlrematies. Chemistry. I Latin.
I `·Second year] Q I · I · V
= ]·irst term _. .   Mathematics. I German. Latrn. I Greek.
I Second term . I Mathematics.   German. Latin. Greek.
I **1*1mLi yeh}? I ‘ QL P1 .·
First term . ¥ German. English. Greek. Anat u 1y. I
I Second term .   German. I English. “Grreeliw I Botany.
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` ii rst term . . I Mental & Mor.! History. I Geology or Math. or Pr. 1
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'Second term   Mental &Mor.I Hist. & Polit.I lish. Astronomy.  i
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gg; I. Department of Civil History.
  PROFESSOR l‘r\T'l`ERSON.
  junior Class.
  Jriml I/i’/‘//l—-l"l`CCll`l£1ll`S General Sketch of European History.
I  .Slw;m’ Yi'!//I—Sll`llCi>2 llistory of Liernmnyg Doylc`s United States. I
I  Senior Class. *
  _ I Ffr.r/ 7Zvm——'l`lie Student's llume; English Constitution; Lectures.
I A Strain! Twwz—'l`lie Studcnt’s lrluine; Constitutional History; Lectures.
  II. Department of English.
  PROFESSOR Sl·IACl{LEl·`ORD.
  Freshman Class.
Qi F/xiv 7lw11—Rlietoric.
_  5i'<`i}/IrI/ Tt·»m—Strulies in English Literature. I
g" junior Class.
 , fixzrt 7l·rm—Sir Win. ll:nnilton’s Logic, with lectures on inductive
3 reasoning.
  Serum! 7L·1/zz-Sliaw’s Manual of English Literature and `\Yhatley`s
ie  Rhetoric.
  Senior Class.
:· [Yam Ttvwz—Early English.
I III. Course in Mental and Moral Philosophy.
S PROFESSOR PATTERSON.
  fihi! 7Z·»·w—Metapliysics, l*lamilton’s Lectures. I
  Sutwnf 7Z·rw—l\·let:1pliysics, l'IFLlllll[OllIS Lectures; Calderwoodls Moral ,
  Philosophy. ·
· IV. Department of Latin and Greek.
T PROFESSOR NEVIELE.
 ` LATIN.
  First Year.
firs! 7i’/'//I—Gl`1`llHI`l]Zll', with daily exercise in writing Latin. Vi
Sitwzri 7l’}'///—Gl`HlllIllHl` continued; Nepos.
 ` Second Year.
J·`/nrt Yivwz—C;csar and Grainnmr.  
.S`srwn/ Ttw/z—\lirgiI and Latin exercises.

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  Firxt T£f)ll—ClC@1‘v)7S Orations, S_allust. V `  
  i Serum! T£7’7/l—LI\'}'; Exercises in writing Latin.  I
  Fourth Year.  
  Fixer! 72·v·w—H0race; Cicero de Senectute.  
  .S`s¢·0mz’ Tt·z·w—'I`acitus; juvenal ; Exercises.  
` GREEK. _
L Preparatory.  ii
1. Fin! 71¢’}'//I—G1‘Zt\`lll`ilI\l`, with a daily exercise in \Vhite`s Lessons.  
‘ i Smmz! Y`d}'/ll-Gl`Hllllll2Il’; Exercises; Xenophon’s Anabasis.  
A Freshman Class. V · V  
I Firrl Tez·m—Xenophon's Anabasis; I·Iomer’s Iliad. _
.S?r0mz’ 7}*mz-Selections from Herodotus ; Plato’s Apology.
Sophomore Class. _
F/rr! Term—'I`liucydides; Exercises. `
Second Tuz·m—Dc1iiostl1e1ies; Lysias. `
junior Class. I
‘ Fire! Tezwr-4Euripides; rlischylus. ;
_ Scrum! 7`rv·m— Sophocles; Aristophanes or Lyric Poets.  
v V. Department of Mathematics.  
_ ` Freshman Class.  
Fz'rsz‘ Y2·¢·1zz—\\’e1itxvortli’s Complete Algebra, chapters 15, 16, 17, IS, 20,.  
21, 24, 27, 30, 33, and 34. I
Serwzd Term-\Ventwortli’s Geometry to Book 6.
i Sophomore Class.
}}`z;vt 72·rm—\\lentworth’s Geometry completed; Loomis’ Plane and
Analytical Trigonometry and Surveying.
; Suvwzd Tez·m—Peck’s Analytical Geometry and I’ielm/ 7lvim——Zoology, Comparative Zoology. 'l`ext—book, laboratory, and
  lectures.
  I Senior Year.
  !*`z7;~·/ 7l·z·m—Gcol<>gy; Text bool; (Dana) and lectures. V
i€· Alwxzti 7Z·z·w—(jeology continued ; Paleontology (not rerpiired), `
  VIII. Department of Modern Languages. ,
  PROFICSSOIQ I·lEL`\`E'l`I.
  FRENCH.
·  First Year.
`i  Fzbzri 7i'}'/ll-:\ll1l-IICHIFS French Course, First Book and part of Second;
  Ahn llenn’s First French Reader.
St·twm’ YP}'7/l—Allll-IICllll’S French Course, Second and Third lloolt; Con-
versation; Erlunan-Chatrian: LeConscrit de 1815, Charles XII.  
Second Year.
 V Fixer! 7l·nz1—Keetel's Collegiate French Grammar; Exercises; French I
 ii Readings, VV.   Knapp; Conversation. j
 ` Swwui Tumi-Keetel’s Collegiate French Grammar; Composition, X. de
t Nlaitru; Voyage autour de ma Chambre; Modern Plays; Primer of
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; Fixer! Te1wz—E. Borel’s Grammaire Francaise; Composition and Conver-  
g I sation; One of M0liere’s Plays; One Modern Play.  
T Second Terw—E. Borel’s Grammaire Francaise; Composition and Con-  
Q versation; one of Racine’s and one of Corneille’s Dramas. i
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{ GERMAN. A
5 ' First Year,
l First .76/’//l—·l\l1Il·II€lllllS German Course, First Book and part of Second;
l Exercises; Reading. `
l Seznnrl 7brm-— Ahn-l·Ienn’s German Course, Second Book; Ahn-Henn’s
` l First Reader; Conversation.
l Second Year.
I 172`ia! 7Z*rm—Ahn-I·1enn’s German Course, Third Book; Preparatory Book
of German Prose, A. B. Boisen.
Scrum! 7`ezwz—;\hn—Henn’s German Course, Fourth Book; M. M. Fisch-
el’s Specimens of Modern German Style, with short sketch of
History of German Literature; one of Schiller's Dramas.
Third Year (optional).
Fira! 7L*zw1—IIistory of German Literature, Klemin (in German); Ger-
° man Composition; Lessings Nathan der \Veise; Scliiller’s Don
I Carlos or Gocthe’s Egmont. ,·
. ( 5`zrnmt Ybzm-History of.German Literature (concluded); German Com- V
position; Lessings Laokoon; A Goethe’s Iphigenia auf Tauris; A
‘ Goethe`s Prose (extracts). U
, IX. Military Art and Science.
l PROFESSOR TYLER.
Practical and Theoretical Instruction in the Tactics of different Arms;
, in Military Discipline, including the duties of tl1e Guards, Sentinels, etc.,
l in accordance with the Tactics and Regulations prescribed for the United
States Army; Civil, Mechanical, and Mining Engineering; Military Engi-
l neering; Drawing.
{ All students are required to wear the prescribed uniform dress (the cost
l of which is about $20); and every student not physically disabled (a cer-
1 tilieate of actual physical disabilty from a physician designated by the .
_ Faculty, issued to the applicant therefor upon actual examination will be {
I required to excuse from the prescribed drill and discipline) is required to  
‘ attend the prescribed drills and other military training and discipline, to V
i which five hours of each week are devoted. A
, In addition to the imp