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1 Colby College Digital Colby Colby Catalogues College Archives: Colbiana Collection 1872 Colby College Catalogue Colby College Follow this and additional works at: Part of the Curriculum and Instruction Commons, and the Higher Education Commons Recommended Citation Colby College, "Colby College Catalogue " (1872) Colby Catalogues Paper This Book is brought to you for free and open access by the College Archives: Colbiana Collection at Digital Colby It has been accepted for inclusion in Colby Catalogues by an authorized administrator of Digital Colby For more information, please contact

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16 T R F D N* Th r t f r d n t th Fr h n l r, t t n l f d r l h r t r, th r h nt n th n l h, L t n nd r r r (H dl r nd H r n L t n, pr f rr d, f r b f r nt r, th t l n f ll t, x b f th n d f V r l, x r t n f r, L t n p t n f r P rt Th rd f H r n ntr d t n, thr b f X n ph n n b, r n v l nt, n nt nd d rn r ph, r th t, nd l br t t n f th nd D r n D v B rd n t r nd d t t d nt n pr p r t n, t r d tt nt v l n l f r nd R n H t r nd d t f r dv n d t nd n r x n d n th pr p r t r t d, nd n th v r t d t h h th l th pr p t nt r h v tt nd d Th h r d tt d fr th r ll t pr nt rt f t f r l r d n n ll t t n l f d r l h r t r r r r d Th t t d t f r x n t n r T d b f r n nt, nd th f r t d f th f r t t r L T R nd v d l f t bl nd tt n nt ll b l l d t p r P rt l r, f r n l n th f t n t l th n n r, l t n h t d th d r Th ll b r r d t r t th th r l r ll l t l t t d, nd t nt n thr h th t r n t d n d Th ll h v t th L br r nd L t r, nd n l v n th n t t t n ll b nt tl d t rt f t f th r r p t v r nt n th t d n h h th h v p d n x n t n * T h r r r nd d th t th t r, b t nt ll, ll b n t d n

17 4 R F T D FR H N R F R T T R tr, D v L ndr L t n, L v L t n r r, H r n L t n Pr p t n, rn ld r, r H t r r r r, H dl x r n l t n, D ND T R tr ( pl t d, D v L ndr l br, D v B rd n L t n, d f H r L t n r r, H r n L t n p t n, rn ld r, Pl t p l nd r t r r r, H dl x r n l t n, D TH RD T R l br ( pl t d, D v B rd n r, H r r r r, H dl r p t n, B L t n, r n nd r l f T t PH R R F R T T R Tr n tr D v L t n, p tl f H r r, P p l r r t n f D th n Rh t r, h t l, D Rh t r l Pr x, nd L t r

18 ND T R n l t l tr, D v L t n, t r f H r Rh t r, h t l nd D Fr n h, tt r r P l t l n, h pl n n l x n, TH RD T R r h D ff r nt l nd nt r l l l, r B t n L t n, r t Fr n h, B h r R d r rv n nd N v t n, D v n l x n, r h n l h L t r t r, J N R F R T R r R p ld n nd h r, D th n n th r n h n, n ll l t d h tr, ND T R J hn t n r,

19 6 N R R F R T T R pt, n ll l t d n t t t n f th n t d t t, h pp rd th, h pl n r n, h ll r lh l T ll, nd th H r nn nd D r th ND T R nt ll t l Ph l ph, h pl n L t n, H t r f T t tr n, L TH RD T R H t r, n t t t n l H t r f n l nd Rh t r, h t l t r r d th t th t d b p r d, nd r l r x n t n t n d n th, b h t d nt, pr r t h r v n th d r f B h l r f rt, L T R n nn t n th th r l r r t t n, L t r r d l v r d t th v r l l n th f ll n bj t : h tr, l, Z l, B t n, Th v r br n h f N t r l Ph l ph, nt ll t l nd r l Ph l ph, r H t r nd L t r t r, R n H t r nd L t r t r, r nd R n th l, Rh t r nd l t n, V rb l r t nd H t r f th n l h L n, Th Fr n h nd r n L n

20 R P T L T N F TH BJ T F T D X H D P RT NT R r H t r, Pl t p l nd r t, P p l r r t n f D th n, l d r d f H r, Tr d f r p d, r f ph l, D th n n th r n, H dl r r r, r Pr d, B r Pr p t n L T N L v, r d t, H r : d, t r nd p tl, T t : r n, r l, nd H t r, H r n L t n r r, rn ld L t n Pr p t n Th f ll n b r d n th t d f th r nd L t n L n : L dd ll nd tt r L x n, ndr L t n L x n, nth l l D t n r, th D t n r f r nd R n nt t, R h rn r D d rl n L t n n n, L n l l tl, B rd l l n l TH T ND N T R L PH L PH tr, l br, Tr n tr, Pr j t n, n r t n f H ht nd D t n, r v n, L v ll n nd N v t n, n l t l tr, D ff r nt l nd nt r l l l, h n,

21 8 t, v l n n r n, pt, tr n H TR ND N T R L H T R J hn t n h tr, z nd ld Pr n pl f Z l, L n t nd Ph l, L l, d B t n, T nn Z l RH T R ND L h t l Rh t r, h t l L, D l t n, D Rh t r l Pr x, n l h L t r t r, p ld n nd h, n l x n, r h R d r Th r r r d f th ph r, J n r, nd n r l, n n t D l t n r r r d fr n f th f r l v r r, th n r nd J n r l p n r n l rt l x r n l t n r nt n d thr h t th r H T R B rd l l n l, rn ld nd P tz n nt r ph nd H t r, n t t t n l H t r f n l nd NT LL T L ND R L PH L PH h pl n nt ll t l Ph l ph, rdl L d n v d n, h pl n F r t Pr n pl f th, h pl n P l t l n, n t t t n f th n t d t t

22 D RN L N ll th d p rt nt th r l r r br n tr t n n th Fr n h nd r n L n Fr n h : tt r r nd B h r Fr n h R d r, T xt l XV t X X l r n : f rt r n r, dl r r n R d r, h ll r lh l T ll, th H r nn nd D r th D N F N Th r f t d r n p n t n n, n th t r t n n XH B T N Th r n xh b t n f th n r l t th nd f th f r t t r, t h h h n r r p rt, n t n f n l h, r, Fr n h, nd L t n v r n, r n d t b r f th J n r l, h r n h t nt tl th t th d t n t n PR Z D L T N Th r Pr z D l t n f th ph r l t th nd f th pr n T r, nd f th J n r l, p n r n l rt l, t th nd f th r T r t th d l t n, n th l t d r, th pr z r rd d f ll : J n r D l t n : F r t Pr z t J ff r n T l r nd Pr z t N th n l B tl r, Jr ph r D l t n : F r t Pr z t H r l n t rt nd Pr z t r l d Th Pr z f r th b t p t n t th n r xh b t n f 8 2 rd d t H r l nd T ld n

23 20 P BL R H P ll th t d nt r r r d t tt nd pl f p bl r h p n th bb th h t d nt r h p r nt r rd n b n p r tt d t l t f r tt nd n th r f th pl f p bl r h p n th v ll X N T N Th r p bl x n t n f ll th l t th l f h t r n th th t l nd t f th n l h br n h th t d nt r r d t xh b t h tt n nt, n n p rt f th t r t d n d t h, th t b n t n d, nd t nd t th d n h lf Th f n l x n t n f th n r l r f v b f r n nt T R B LL Th r pt n r t nt f h t d nt b n fr ll x r p n h h h tt nd n r r d l, f h n r l nd t nd h l r h p Th nt, n nn t n th th r l r t r b ll, br n th h r f r T t n, R r nt, f L br r nd n d nt l, nt t th t d nt p r nt r rd n t th l f h t r N NT ND V T N n nt n th f rth Th r d f J l Th f r t v t n f f v, fr n nt th nd f ht, fr th nd dn d f D b r th th rd f n, t th l f th nd t r Th f r t t r f f ft n th nd nd th rd t r, f t lv h Th t r r r r n d t v l n v t n n th nt r, h h b pr f t bl pl d n t h n, b th h r t n r r t t d nt r ll d t l v f r th r h l th dn d b f r th f r t nd n D b r

24 2 XP N T t n, R r nt nd f L br r $4 00 $4 00 n d nt l xp n B rd fr $2 0 t $ 0 p r l f F l, h n nd L ht nt $ 8 0 $202 0 Th n r f r b, l th n nd tr v ll n xp n, ll v r rd n t r t n nd th h b t f th t d nt ll t r b ll r t b p d t th n nt f th d n t r P r n d tt d t dv n d t nd n, f n t fr n th r ll, r r r d t p b t t n b t n tr l t n f x t d n n D T T D NT B d th pp rt n t f r t h n t r thr nth n th nt r, th d t n t d th pr p r n f r th hr t n n tr, nd th r r v r l h l r h p, th b n f t f h h b nj d b r t r t d nt h n d th d nd, n dd t n, th n t t t n ff r th f ll n H n r r d T nt D ll r n th f r t t r b ll n ll d f r th t d nt b t f tt d f r ll l th nt n ll b nt b ll thr h h r, n h n d th d nd nt n h h r n n h l 2 T nt D ll r n th f r t t r b ll n ll d f r th b t f n t l th n x fr th h l l n th nd b ll, nd n th f r t nd nd b ll n h r, n th nd t n b v T nt D ll r n th f r t t r b ll n ll d f r th b t f n t l th n f r fr th h l nd n th f r t b ll n h b nt r, n th nd t n b v B t n h l h ll b nt tl d t r th n n pr z th f r t pr z ll n t b rd d x pt n f r d x ll n n r h ll n n r v pr z h n t ll pr p r d f r ll

25 22 Th pr z f r th b t f n t l th n x fr th h l h b n rd d th r t r Fr n l n n n, fr th l l n t t t, r J H n n, Pr n p l P L R L T N n d f n n th t d pr p r t r f r l l t b d p b th b nn n f th nd t r 2 t d nt r n d r d b nt t th b nn n : f t r, nt l th pr nt th lv t th r r t t n, nd ll b f n d f r h b n, nl th bt n n x f r th fr th Pr d nt t d nt d l r d d f nt n n t d, t th nd f t r, t p h d f n b th p n n f th n xt t r 4 N t d nt n b x n d th h l, h h n t r t d th th t l t n th rd f th t N t d nt h n x n d n th t d f n t t r, n pr d th h l t ll h h b n x n d n n f th t r 6 x n t n n d f n t l t pl n th f r t d f th t r N t d nt ll d t b b nt t r, n r t l v t n n t r t, th t p r n fr th Pr d nt 8 T r b ll t b p d pr ptl th r th r b nd t b v n t th Tr r r nd v n th b nd, n t d nt ll b ll d t pr d th h l, h h r th n t b ll np d rr l r t n tt nd n t r t t n ll b n t d, f r t, b n d n t n fr th t h r th n, f nt n d, fr th Pr d nt nd f n t rr t d n d n t n, th t d nt ll b p nd d f r th t r, r d h r d fr th ll lt th r, th t d nd 0 n t d nt, h n n h r, th t p r n fr th Pr d nt, ll b bj t t f n, r h th r p n lt th F lt th n t d t th

26 2 f n t d nt h ll f l t h nd h p t n t th pr p r ff r t th t pp nt d f r t t b r d, h ll n t b ll d t pr d th h l t ll t h nd d n 2 ll x f r b n fr ll x r r t b pr nt d n r t n t th ff r p r nt nd n th x r, l b f r dn d v n n n h N t d nt ll d t b rd t p bl h T RV LL L L N T T T Th n t t t n, nd r th h r f r J H n n, r nd d p n p r r dv nt l l h l Th r f t d rr n d th r f r n t th r r nt f r d n t th n v r t R t f t t n, fr $ 00 t $6 00 nd d t fr th h l, th th r h b pr nt t th t t, ll b x n d f r d n t ll n t rd, J l

27 24 LL L ND R 8 2 n r xh b t n dn d v n n, N v 20 F ll T r nd dn d, D V tl t f ht pr n T r b n dn d, F b ph r Pr z D l t n, pr l 2 pr n T r nd dn d, pr l 0 V t n f n r T r b n dn d v n n, n r x n t n, dn d, J n 8 x n t n f th r l b n dn d, J l 6 J n r xh b t n, nd v n n, J l 2 x n t n f r d n, T d,* J l 22 nn v r r f L t r r t, T d, J l 22 t n f th B rd f Tr t, dn d, J l 2 t n f th l n t n, dn d, J l 2 n nt, Th r d, J l 24 V t n f f v F ll T r b n, dn d v n n, 2 x n t n f r d n, dn d,* 2 * t ht l, t h pl n H ll Th x n t n ll b n r t n

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