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NEW YORK CITY.
This Institution, incorporated and empowered to confer Degrees by the Regents of the University of the State of New York, offers many advantages to further the moral, intellectual, and physical development of students. The situation of the College not surpassed in landscape beauty, or salubrity, by that of any similar institution in the country. It occupies an elevated position on the east bank of the Hudson, about eight miles from the City Hall.
$300 Entrance Fee, ....
10 Graduation Fee,
10 Vacation at College,
40: German, Spanish, Drawing, Music, and use of apparatus in the study of Chemistry and Natural Philosophy, charged extra. School books at current prices.
No student received for a shorter period than one term of five months. No deductions made when withdrawn during the term. The pocketmoney of the student.is deposited with the treasurer.
Payment of half session of five months in advance.
The sessions commence on the first Monday in September, and end about the 3d of July.
A public examination of the students is held at the end of the session, and gentlemen are invited to examine them then, and also during the class hours of term time.
FOR PARTICULARS SEE CATALOGUE.
• SECURITY LIFE INSURANCE
AND ANNUITY COMPANY,
OFFICERS. ROBERT L. CASE, Pres. THEO. R. WETMORE, Vice-Pres.
ISAAC H. ALLEN, Secretary.
CHARLES T. GOODWIN.
ROBERT L, CASE,
THEODORE R, WETMORE,
ISAAC H. ALLEN,
J. NELSON TAPPAN,
RELBEN H. UNDERHILL,
JOHN T. WILLETT3,
A, R, WETMORE,
RORERT B. HOWLAND,
JAMES BIGLER, Newburgh, N. Y.
This Company offers as great inducements to those PAYING THEIR PREMIUMS ALL IN CASH as any in the country, at the same time giving them the privilege of availing themselves of the LOAN, should the necessity arise.
All Policies are Non-Forfeiting after Three Yearly Cash Payments have been made.
The Progress of this Company is shown by the Table Annexed.
For General or District Agencies apply to the offices of the Company,
Nos. 31 and 33 Pine Street, New York.
Liberal Commissions to experienced Agents.
The usual exercises will be resumed as follows, namely:
In the Preparatory or Grammar School De
On the 13th of September.
In the Department of Analytical and Practi
In the Department of Medicine,
ISAAC FERRIS, Chancellor. University, Washington Square, Aug., 1869.
Examinations for admission to the Department of Science and Letters will take place on TUESDAY, the 14th of September, at 9} A. M., in the Council Room,
Rutgers Female fiollege,
487, 489 & 491 Fifth Avenue,
NEW YORK CITY.
This INSTITUTION, which has enjoyed a high and wide reputation ever since its foundation in 1838, has now received from the Legislature of the State of New York a regular College Charter. The aim and purpose of the President and Trustees will now be to raise the standard of Ladies' education, and to afford the best facilities for acquiring a thorough and complete training, not only in those studies and accomplishments which are generally comprised in female education, but also in the classics and physical sciences ; in short, to bring the course of study as nearly as possible to the level of that of our young men's colleges.
With this view, provision has been made for the pursuit of the Greek, Latin, German, and French Languages. * The classical course is made optional after the close of the Sophomore year, so that pupils desirous of pursuing more fully other branches, either in modern languages or natural science, may have the opportunity of doing so.
The fine arts form a separate and independent department of study, under the personal charge of Mr. F. B. CARPENTER, and the supervision of Mr. HUNTINGTON, President of the National Academy of Design. Drawing in outline forms part of the regular course, but painting in oil or water-colors is not included, and is to be prosecuted by special studies.
Physiology, and several allied branches, are to be formed into the Department of Home Philosophy, the aim of which shall be to teach, on the widest scale possible in such institution, the applications of science to the conduct of every-day life.
In conformity with the plan in the OLD RUTGERS INSTITUTE, the COLLEGE will still maintain an Academic and a Preparatory School, at which children and young girls may study under the same system and influences as those of the COLLEGE itself.
The Terms in the Preparatory Department are $100 per year; in the Academic, $150, and in the College, $200, with the exception of the Senior year, when the expenses of graduation are added to the annual rate, so as to make it $250.
For further information, application may be made in person or by letter to HENRY M. PIERCE, LL. D.,
MR. VAN NORMAN'S
ENGLISH AND FRENCH
Family and Day School
FOR YOUNG LADIES,
10 East Forty-sixth Street, New York.
The School Year extends from the fourth Thursday in September to the third Wednesday in June. The best facilities are afforded for the acquisition of the Modern Languages and Music. The French language is spoken in the family. Reference is made to the following gentlemen, whose daughters have been educated in the School :
MR. JOHN F. BUTTERWORTH, New York. | Rev. CHARLES F. DEEMS, D.D., New York. MR. GEORGE F. CLARK, do. C. R. DISOSWAY, Esq.,
do. IR. EFFINGHAM COCK,
do. Rev. EDWIN F. HATFIELD, D.D., do. CAPT. JOSEPH J. COMSTOCK, do. Hon. HENRY J. RAYMOND,
do. MR. JOHN B. DICKINSON, do, REV. ABEL STEVENS, LL.D.,
do, REV. CYRUS D. FOSS, do. MR. JAMES BEATTY,
do. Rev. R. S. FOSTER, D.D.,
do. REV. JOHN M. STEVENSON, D.D., do. REV. GEO. S. HARE, D. D.,
do. JUDGE SIDNEY HUBBELL, Davenport, Iowa. MR, CHARLES G. HARMER, do. MR. AARON HEALY, Brooklyn, N. Y. MR. CHARLES G. JUDSON,
do. COL. A. D. HOPE, Somerville, N. J. Mr. WILLIAM LECONEY,
do. GEO. P. NELSON, Esq., Scarsdale, N. Y. EDWARD VANDERPOEL, M. D., do. CHARLES H. QUINLAN, M. D., Lake Forest, MR. ABRAHAM H. CARDOZA, do.
Ill. PROF. HARVEY B. LANE,
do. MR. E. V. ROBBINS, Chicago. MR. THEODORE MCNAMEE, do. MR. AUGUSTUS F. SCOFIELD, Walden, MR. SAMUEL PERRY,
N. Y. ALFRED S. PURDY, M. D.,
do. MR. EDWARD F. STEWART, Easton, Pa. COL. C. SCWHARZWAELDER, do. MR. OSCAR F. AVERY, Chicago. MR, BENJAMIN J. BRADLEY, Lyons, N. Y. Hox. JAMES BISHOP, New Brunswick, N. J. Mr. LEVI H. BRIGHAM, Brooklyn, N. Y. MR. THOMAS W. CHACE, Providence, R. I. WILLIAM BURKITT, M. D., Keokuk, Iowa. MR. ORINGTON LUNT, Chicago. Rev. F. R. CLARK, D. D., Greenwich, Ct. REV. JOHN MCCLINTOCK, D. D., LL.D., REV. B. W. DWIGHT, LL.D., Clinton, N. Y. Madison, N. J. MR. H. H. HATHORN, Saratoga Springs, N.Y. MR. HENRY MILLER, Sacramento, Cal. MR. C. C. NORTH, Sing Sing, N. Y.
REV. JOHN F. MESSICK, D. D., Somerville, JUDGE MONCRIEF, New York.
N. J. Rev. WM. G. T. SHEDD, D.D., New York, REV. JOEL PARKER, D. D., Newark, N. J. REV. J. RALSTON SMITH, D, D., New York. Rev. ASA D. SMITH, D. D., Pres. of DartREV. JOHN GRAEF BARTON, Professor in mouth Col. College of New York.
Rev. Bishop THOMSON, D. D., Chicago. GEN. CLINTON B. FISK, St. Louis, Mo. HON. MOSES MACDONALD, Portland Me.
For full information, see Circular, for which address as above.
Rev. D. C. Van Norman, LL.D.,