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Matchett's Baltimore Director For 1853-54
Volume 564, Preface 5   View pdf image
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This Seminary of Learning, instituted for the liberal education of Young Ladies, was chartered ty
the Legislature of Maryland, in 1849, with authority to confer degrees, and was invested win
all the rights and privileges of the most favored Institutions.

There are two departments in the College, the Collegiate Department and the Preparatory De-
partment, with their appropriate branches of learning. The course of study in each is three years, de-
signated by as many different classes.

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 dis-
charge of the responsible duties that await her in life.                                                                   .

The College enjoys a patronage from Maryland, Delaware, Pennsylvania, Virginia, South Carolina,
Mississippi, Louisiana, Missouri, Ohio, Arkansas, and the District of Columbia.

N. C. BROOKS, A. M., President, Professor of Moral Philosophy and Ancient Languages.

REV. B. H. NADAL, A. M., Biblical Literature.                     |MONS. J. L. LA REINTRIE, French and Spanish Languages

REV. B. R. WAUGH A. M., Mathematics and Natural Science. MONS. VINCENTE CZURDA, Instruction on the Piano.
MISS MARY B. FRY, Belles Lettres and History.                   MISS ELLEN C. GOBRECHT, Piano and Singing.

MISS S. J. BURTON, Drawing, Painting, and Ornamental MISS ELLEN C. CROSBY, Piano and Singing.

Branches.                                                                               M'LLE A. L'AIGNOUX, Guitar and Singing.

MISS SARAH A. HAMILTON, English Branehesand History. MR. A. J. CLEAVELAND. Vocal Music.
MISS MARY L. BROOKS, Assistant in English and History. MR. JAMES R. WEBSTER, Penmanship.


Board for Collegiate year, ...........$150 Tuition in Preparatory. Department, from 25 to... $40

Tuition in Collegiate Department, per annum,.... 50| Music, Painting and Modern Languages, Extra,


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