This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1898 edition. Excerpt: ...and characteristics of a true University. For all these purposes large additional endowments are needed; and he appeals to the Alumni of Brown, to enable their University to advance ...
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ing it;--under penalty, otherwise, of seeing it retrograde.--The President advocates, also, the free admission of women students to all the Post Graduate courses. The reports made by the several Professors, to the President, accompany this report. In that by the Professor of the course in "Mathematics and Civil Engineering," it is stated that "courses in Machine Drawing and Gearing, were offered this year for the first time." In the Department of Physics, the following instruction in Manual Training was given: During the entire college year, the workshop has been open to students, under Annual Report of the President to the Corporation of Brown University June 23, 1892. The Providence Press: Snow & Farnham, Printers, 37 Custom House Street. 1892. Pp. 70. BROWN UNIVERSITY--PRESIDENT'S REPORT FOR 1891-'»2. 539 the direction of Mr. Mount, assisted by Mr. Lester in the wood-working, and by Mr. Burdick in the machine department. The attendance was as follows: First term-48 Second term 36 Third term 16 95 The time devoted to workshop practice by each student was six hours per week. In Agriculture. The usual course of lectures on Agricultural subjects was given to the fourteen members of the Senior Class, who were beneficiaries under the conditions of the State Agricultural Scholarships. The lat9st catalogue at hand, gives a concise historical statement of the movement which resulted in the founding of the college in 1764, and reprints, with all its quaintness of expression and typography, the original charter, authorizing certain...