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Bowdoin College Catalogue (1824 Feb)Bowdoin College Catalogues
Bowdoin College Catalogue (1824 Feb) Bowdoin College Catalogue (1824 Feb)
Bowdoin College
Recommended Citation Recommended Citation Bowdoin College, "Bowdoin College Catalogue (1824 Feb)" (1824). Bowdoin College Catalogues. 6. https://digitalcommons.bowdoin.edu/course-catalogues/6
This Book is brought to you for free and open access by Bowdoin Digital Commons. It has been accepted for inclusion in Bowdoin College Catalogues by an authorized administrator of Bowdoin Digital Commons. For more information, please contact [email protected].
AND THE
Rev. HEZEKIAH PACKARD, D. D. Vice Pres.
Hon. BENJAMIN ORR, Secretary.
Hon. SAMUEL S. WILDE, LL.D.
Hon. PRENTISS MELLEN, LL. D.
Hon. JOSIAH STEBBINS.
Rev. ELIPHALET GILLET.
Hon. JOHN HOLMES. Hon. JOHN CHANDLER. Hon. MARK L. HILL.
Hon. JUDAH DANA.
Hon, WILLIAM KING.
Hon. JAMES BRIDGE.
BOARD OF OVERSEERS.
ROBERT D. DUNNING, Esq. Secretary.
Hon.
Rev.
Hon.
Rev.
Hon.
Rev.
Rev.
Rev.
Dr.
Dr.
Hon.
Dr.
Rev.
Hon.
Hon. BARRETT POTTER.
Hon. SANFORD KINGSBURY.
Rev. ASA CUMMINGS.
NATH'L GROTON, Esq.
©Mi^llS OF
INSTRUCTION AND GOVERNMENT.
PRESIDENT.
CHEMISTRY.
NATHAN SMITH, M. D. lecturer on the theory and
PRACTICE OF PHYSIC AND SURGERY.
JOHN D. WELLS, M. D. professor of anatomy and
PHYSIOLOGY.
ALPHEUS S. PACKARD, A. M. tutor in languages and
METAPHYSICS.
losophy AND MATHEMATICS.
WILLIAM SMYTH, A. B. proctor, and instructer in
GREEK.
Dr. JOHN A. HYDE, Main. M. S. S.
Dr. JONATHAN PAGE, Main. M. S. S.
NATHAN SMITH. M. D. lecturer on the theory and
PRACTICE OF PHYSIC AND SURGERY.
PARKER CLEAVELAND, M. D. professor of chemistry
AND MATERIA MEDICA.
PHYSIOLOGY.
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ffi»2©Ali STTOBJBSim
New Gloucester
Emery James
Shapleigh
Lillybridge Clark Stafford^ Con.
Macdougall William, a. m. Gorham
M'Lellan Charles H.P. A.B.Portland
Dr. S. Blake.
Dr. B. Chandler.
Dr. J. Tewksbury.
Dr. J. Roberts.
N. Smith, m. d.
A. Nourse, m. d.
John Merrill, m.d.
Phtlps Edward E.
Fitchburg, Mass. Dr. P. Snow.
Pom/ret, Vt.
Evans Daniel Jun. a. b. Hallowell
Ford Samuel Gray
Gooch William B.
Hitchcock Dr. Gad
Kennedy Daniel K.
Dr. T. Little.
Dr. J. Bates.
Wing Gorham A. JVinthrop
JV. Hampton, N.H. M. Sweat, m. d.
Topsham J. M'Kcen, m. d.
Waterborough Dr. D. Smith.
Total 56.
m'JBBii^ieABWAI^i
No. \2>M.HA
No. 27 M.H.
No. 31 N.C.
No. 21 M.H.
No. 32 M.H.
Coolidge Cyrus H. Canton
Hale William Dover, N. H.
Hathorne Nathaniel Salem, Mass.
Kinsman John D. Portland
Longfellow Stephen Portland
Longfellow Henry W.Portland
Mrs, Adams's.
Stone William Livermore No. 31 JV. C.
Tompson Arthur Pownal No. 1 1 JV. C.
Vose Edward J. Augusta No. \4M.H.
Weld Eugene Brunswick B- Weld's, Esq.
Wyman Seward North Yarmouth No. 30 JV. C.
Sojrtioroores*
Allen Thomas Stockbridge, Mass. No. 25 M.H.
Appleton William Amherst, N. H. No. 26 M.H.
Apthorp Leonard F. Boston, Mass. No. 8JV. C.
Boyd Samuel S. Portland No. 11 M.H.
Brinsmade Peter A. Hartford, Con. No. 26 M.H Clark Samuel L: Winthrop No. 16 M.H.
Cleaveland John Topsjield, Mass. No. 12M.H.
Curtis William Brunswick No. 12 JV. C.
Farrar Samuel Dexter No. 14 N.C.
Frost Obadiah E. Topsham No. 15 M.H.
Gilman John T. Exeter, N. H. No. 22 JV. C.
Granger Daniel T. Saco No. 15 M.H Hilliard William T. Gorham No. 32 JV. C.
Learned Edward D. Gardiner No. 16 M.H.
Leland Joseph W. Saco No. 7M.H Lord Charles A. Kennebunk Port No. 29 M.H M'Lellan Isaac Boston, Mass. No. 10 JV. G Merriam Jonas Topsjield, Mass. No. 12M.H.
Merrick George Hallowell No. 24 JV.C.
Moody Benjamin Falmouth No. 28 jv. a
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Sawyer George Y. Wakefield, N. H.
Sherman Joseph, .Jun.Edgecomb
Woodman Moses E. Fryeburg
No. 22 M.H.
Dummer Henry E. Hallowell No. 19 M. H.
Felch Alpheus Limerick No. 19 JV. C.
Field Henry C. Belfast No. 19 M. H.
Gage Franklin Augusta No. 2 M. H.
Oilman Charles Bangor No. 3 JV. C.
Grant Peter Hallowell No. 1 JV. C.
Hale John P. Rochester, N. H. No. 16 JV. C.
Harris Jas. WinthropDorc/ies/er, Mass.
Hodgdon John Weare, N. H. No. 16 JV. C.
Jordan Ichabod G. Saco No. 6 JV. C Jordan Nahum Surry No. 3 JV. C.
Leavitt James T. Bangor No. 4 JV. C.
Locke Caleb Hollis No. 20 JV. C.
M'Lellan William P. Portland No. 18 JV. C.
Moody Isaiah P. York No. 1 Jlf. H.
Owen John Portland No. 2M.H. Peabody Ephraim fTi'Zfon, N. H. No. 20 M. H.
Stevens Joseph B. Brookfield, Con. No. 2 JV. C.
Vaughan William M. Hallowell No. 1 JV. C.
Wingate George R.D.PoW/and No. 1 7 JV. C.
Woodhull Richard Fairfield, Con. No. 20 JV. C.
Medical Students - - - 56
TERMS OF ADMISSION.
Candidates for admission into the Freshman Class are required to write Latin
grammatically, and to be well versed in Geography, in Walsh's Arithmetic, Cice-
ro's Select Orations, the Bucolics, Georgics, and Aeneid of Virgil, Sallust, the
Greek Testament, and Collectanea Graeca Minora An examination in Xenophon's
Cyropaedia is received as a substitute for that, required in the Acts and Episttes
of the New Testament. They must produce certificates of their good moral char-
acter. The usual time for examination is the day after Commencement.—Can-
didates for admission into the other classes will be examined also in the books,
which have been studied by the class, into which admission is requested.—Schol-
ars from other Colleges, before they can be examined, must produce a certificate
of their regular dismission. The Geography to be studied may be Morse'?,
Worcester's, or Cummings'.
COURSE OF STUDY.
First Term. Graeca Majora (extracts from Xenophon's Anabasis and Herodo-
tus) ; Livy (2 books) ; Lacroix's Arithmetic and Euler's Algebra.
Second Term. Graeca Majora (extracts from Thucydides, Lysias, Isocrates,
Polyaenus, and Theophrastes) ; Livy finished (6 books) ; Lacroix's Algebra.
Third Term. Graeca Majora (Demosthenes and Xenophon's Memorabilia);
Excerpta Latina (extracts from Paterculus and Pliny's Letters) ; Murray's Eng-
lish Grammar ; Lacroix's Algebra finished.
Six weeks preceding the annual examination are spent in review of the studies
of the year.
During the ichole year. Weekly translations into Latin and Greek ; private
Declamations ; Recitations from the Bible every Sunday evening.
15
First Term. Greeca Majora (extracts from Plato and Homer) ; Excerpta
Latina (Tacitus) ; Blair's Rhetoric ; Cambridge Mathematics (Plane Trigono-
metry) ; Legendre's Geometry.
Second Term. Graeca Majora ; Excerpta Latina ; Cam. Mathematics (Height*
and Distances, Navigation, and Surveying) ; Geometry finished ; Hedge's Logic.
Third Term. Surveying finished ; Review of Studies ; English Composition.
During the whole year. Weekly translations in Latin and Greek alternately ;
daily translations from Greek and Latin into English every third week ; private
and public Declamations ; Recitations from the Bible every Sunday evening.
JUNIOR CLASS.
First Term. Graeca Majora; Horace ; Conic Sections in Webber ; Enfield's Na-
tural Philosophy ; Locke's Essay ; Paley's Evidences once a week.
Second Term. Graeca Majora; Horace; Enfield's Natural Philosophy; Pa-
ley's Evidences ; Locke's Essay concluded ; Lectures on Chemistry.
Third Term. Priestley's Lectures on History ; Henry's Chemistry ; Paley
finished ; Review of Studies ; Forensic Disputation ; Lectures on Experimental
Philosophy.
During the whole year. Translations into Latin and Greek alternately every
fortnight ; private and public Declamations ; English Composition every fort-
night ; Recitations from the Bible every Sunday evening.
SENIOR CLASS.
Second Term. Astronomy in Enfield ; Dialling ; Spherical Geometry and Tri-
gonometry in Webber ; Stewart's Philosophy of the Mind, (vol. ii ) ; Burlemaqui
on Natural Law ; Butler's Analogy ; Lectures on Chemistry.
Tliird Term. Review of Studies ; Lectures on Experimental Philosophy, and
on Mineralogy.
During the whole year. Themes and Forensic Disputes alternately every fort-
night; public Declamations ; Recitations from the Bible every Sunday evening.
The principal annual expenses are for tuition, $24,00 ; and for room rent
$10,00. The usual price for boarding is $1,75 a week.
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JfWeirical School of JWaine
The Medical School was established b.y an Act of the Legislature, patted
June 27th, 1820. It is under the direction of the Boards oT Trustees and Overseers
of Bowdoin College, and receives from the State $ 1,000 a year for the purpose
of making additions to the Library, CRi.imjt par&tus. —
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Lectures commence, annually, about the middle of February ; and continue
three months. The fees of admission are fifteen dollars for the ticket of each
Professor.
Candidates for the degree of Doctor of Medicine are examined by the Faculty.of
Medicine at the termination of each course of Lectures. They must have de-
voted three years to professional studies under the direction of a regular practi-
tioner of medicine, and must have attended two full courses of Lectures, the
last of which must have been at this institution. They must pass a satisfactory
examination in Anatomy, Physiology, Chemistry, Materia Medica, Pharmacy,
Midwifery, Surgery, and the Theory and Practice of Physic; and must public-
ly read and defend a Dissertation on some Medical Subject. Those candidates,
who have not received a collegial education, must satisfy the Faculty of their
proficiency in the Latin Language and in Natural Philosophy.
Students are allowed free access to the Library, which contains about 1,100 vol.
principally modern works, which have been selected with much care. The
Library also contains an extensive and valuable collection of Plates, among
which aie the splendid works of Albinus,-Vicq D' Azvr,-Cloquet,-Home,-
Scarpa,-Cooper,-the Bells,-Baillie,-Bateman, <§*c. Many recent and approved
works on Natural History have been added since the last course of Lectures.
The Anatomical Cabinet, which was received from Europe, and formed in
part the private cabinet of the late Prof. Thillaye, of Paris, contains all the
preparations, which will be found necessary for demonstration? and embraces
many valuable specimens in Morbid and Comparative Anatomy-
The Chemical and Philosophical apparatus is ample, and furnishes means for
full courses of Lectures on these subjects.
Bowdoin College Catalogue (1824 Feb)
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