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COLLEGE STUDENT'S MANUAL:

A HAND-BOOK OF REFERENCE

FOR

PROFESSORS, TEACHERS, STUDENTS,

· AND ALL OTHERS INTERESTED IN THE PROGRESS OF

LIBERAL EDUCATION;

CONTAINING

A LIST OF ALL THE COLLEGES AND UNIVER-

SITIES IN THE UNITED STATES ;

ALSO,

General Information, Requirements for Admission, Terms, Examination Questions,
Roman Pronunciation of Latin, Libraries, Scientific Specialists,

Preparatory and Professional Schools, Universities

of Great Britain, College Societies, etc.

BY

H. E. MOSELEY, B. A.

PUBLISHED BY
H. E. & A. B. MOSELEY,

GRAND RAPIDS, MICH.

Entered, according to Act of Congress, in the year 1984,

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In the Office of the Librarian of Congress, st Washington.

PREFACE

The preparation of this little hand-book arose from the desire which the author felt, when a student in college, for such a book. A part of the statistics here furnished can be found, it is true, either in Public Educational Reports, or in other works which have been offered to the public; still, very few persons can possess one of the former, and the others aggregate many times the price of this little book.

We have endeavored to furnish a book which could be sold at a small price, containing concise and reliable information on miscellaneous subjects of interest to the student. We have had direct correspondence, in nearly every case, with the secretary or president of the college discussed. The list of scientific specialists we obtained through correspondence with professors of the several branches in the college faculties, and we trust it will be found useful and helpful to many. The enumeration of the preparatory schools was furnished by the colleges themselves, and any one of the schools mentioned will be found worthy of patronage. The author has taken great pains to make the chapter upon college Societies accurate and reliable, having corresponded with officers and other members of the Fraternities well informed, and having consulted several praiseworthy publications, among which he would mention those of Wm. Raymond Baird, and F. P. Jacobs, both of whom are accepted by the Fraternity world as reliable authorities.

Moreover, the chapter which the author considers the most valuable to the student seeking a collegiate education, is the one on Examination Questions for Admission to Colleges ; and he hopes it will lend an inspiration which will lead to a

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