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Woods' Baltimore Directory for 1856-57
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Baltimore Female College,

UNDER THE PATRONAGE OF THE BALTIMORE ANNUAL CONFERENCE,

N. C. BROOKS, A. M., President.

TRUSTEES.

REV. H. SLICER,
" W. HAMILTON,
" W. B. EDWARDS,
" J. A. GERE,
" R. BROWN,
" T. MYERS,
" S. REGESTER,
" G. G BROOKE,
" J. McK. REILY,

DR. T. E. BOND,

J. ROYSTON, ESQ.

R. G. ARMSTRONG, Esq.

J. P. PURVIS, ESQ.

GEO. C. ADDISON, ESQ.

JOHN BRANNAN, ESQ.

JOSHUA DRYDEN, ESQ.

JOHN HURST, ESQ.

CHAS. J. BAKER, ESQ.

CHAS. J. BAKER, ESQ.

This Seminary of learning, instituted for the liberal education of Young Ladies, was
created a College proper by the Legislature of Maryland, December session, 1849, with
authority to confer degrees, and endowed with all.the rights and privileges of the most
favored female institutions.

There are two departments in the Institution—the COLLEGIATE DEPARTMENT and
the PREPARATORY DEPARTMENT, with their appropriaie branches of learning. The
course of study in each is three years, designated by as many different classes.

COURSE OF INSTRUCTION.

The course of instruction is intended to develop the intellectual, social and moral
faculties; and by imparting a thorough, practical, accomplished and Christian education,
fit the pupil for the faithful discharge of the responsible duties that await her in life.

Great pains will be taken to promote intellectual advancement, by rendering the ac-
quisition of knowledge pleasant, and by training the pupil to correct habits of thought
and reflection.

The proper exercise of the social feelings will be encouraged by inculcating whatever
belongs to refined manners and dignified courtesy in our intercourse with others ; while
reading, recitations and expositions from the Bible, will familiarize the mind with the
truths of our holy religion, and imbue the heart with right principles of action, and rules
for the government of life.

The institution already takes rank with our oldest Seminaries, and enjoys a liberal
patronage from the city of Baltimore and from the Middle, Southern and Western
states,

FACULTY OF INSTRUCTION.

N. C. BROOKS, A. M., Prof. Anc. Languages.
D. R. COOVER, A. M., Prof...Mathematics and
Natural Science.
Miss MARY L. BROOKS, Belles Lettres, &c.
" MART A. HOMAKS, English and Hist.
" HARRIET A. GERE, English, &c.
" SARAH A. BOWLES, Physiology.

MONS. E. KETT, Pointing.
" J. LA REIKTRIE, French Language.
MR. JOHN SCBAEFFER, Piano, &c.
Miss ELLEN C. GOBRIGHT, Piano.
" ELIZA A. BROOKS, Piano.
MR. C. S. ROOT, Vocal Music.

EXPENES.

Board and Tuition per Annual Session, $200—Board and Tuition for pupils under 12
years, $.160. Music, Painting and Modern Languages extra charge.

For Circulars containing full information, address, at No. 53 St. Paul street,

N. C. BROOKS, Principal.


 

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