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A MONTHLY REVIEW OF REFORM AND PROGRESS IN THE MEDICAL SCIENCES.

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“ America ought to become an independent creator of best thought, giving to Europe as well as receiving therefrom. ..."

“We give to education of our substance and of our life, in order to advance enlightenment, civilization, culture, morality, and all that can elevate the human spirit.

Pres. E. Benj. Andrews, in his annual report, 1892.

XAMINATIONS for admission to college and to advanced standing

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are held in September and last week in June, each year. Academic year begins in September and ends with the last days of June.

THE FACULTY AND OTHER OFFICERS.

William Carey Poland, A. M., Professor of Art, and Curator of the Museum of

Classicai Archæology.

Alpheus Spring Packard, M. D., Ph.D.,

Professor of Zoölogy and Geology.

Elisha Benjamin Andrews, D.D., LL.D.,

President,
Professor of Moral and Intellectual Philosophy.

Albert Harkness, Ph.D., LL. D.,
Professor of the Greek Language and Literature

Emeritus.
Benjamin Franklin Clarke, A. M.,
Professor of Mathematics and Civil Engineering.

John Howard Appleton, A. M.,
Newport-Rogers Professor of Chemistry.
Eli Whitney Blake, A. M.,

Hazard Professor of Physics.
John Whipple Potter Jenks, A. M.,
Professor of Agricultural Zoology, and Curator of

the Museums.

Alonzo Williams, A. M.,
Professor of the Germanic Languages and Litera.

tures.

Nathaniel French Davis, A. M.,

Professor of Pure Mathematics. William Whitman Bailey, B. P., Professor of Natural History (Botany).

Winslow Upton, A. M.,
Professor of Astronomy, and Director of the Lu.

Observatory.
Charles Value Chapin, M. D.,
Professor of Physiology, and Director of Physical

Culture.

John Franklin Jameson, Ph. D.,

Professor of History.

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