Annual Reports of the President and Treasurer of Harvard College

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Harvard University, 1904
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Página 311 - Histoire de la Gravure en Italie, en Espagne, en Allemagne, dans les Pays-Bas, en Angleterre et en France, suivie d'indications pour former une collection d'estampes, par Georges Duplessis.
Página 24 - The degrees of Master of Arts, Master of Science, and Doctor of Philosophy...
Página 300 - Naumburg cathedral, including the whole of the rood screen and eleven of the masterly ix>rtrait statues of princely patrons and patronesses. The fourteenth century is represented by only one work of art : the tomb of St. Aurelia in the monastery of St. Emmeran at Regensburg.
Página 10 - The sum to constitute a permanent fund for said library, to be called the ROBERT CHARLES BILLINGS FUND, the income only to be used for the purposes of the purchase of books for said library.
Página 309 - To THE PRESIDENT OF THE UNIVERSITY : — SIB, — I have the honor to present the following report on the Fogg Art Museum for the year 1906-07.
Página 340 - District offices : and the governor and Board of Public Works are authorized, if they deem it advisable for that purpose, to make arrangements to secure sufficient land fronting on Pennsylvania and Louisiana Avenues, between Seventh and Ninth Streets : Provided, That the Government of the United States shall not be liable for any...
Página 12 - The Essentials of Free Government and the Duties of the Citizen," or upon some part of that subject, such lectures to be called "The Godkin Lectures," $12,050, from Charles Francis Adams.
Página 21 - ... him. As a corollary to this principle, it is justifiable for a player, who is in good order, to pretend that he is seriously hurt, in order that he may draw the opponent's attack to the wrong place. These rules of action are all justifiable, and even necessary, in the consummate savagery called war, in which the immediate object is to kill and disable as many of the enemy as possible. To surprise, ambuscade and deceive the enemy, and invariably to overwhelm a smaller force by a greater one, are...
Página 95 - The programme of study for the degree of Master of Arts must form a consistent plan of work pursued with some definite aim, whether it lies wholly in a single department or field of study, or in more than one. This work may be done either in, or in connection with, the regular courses of instruction, or independently of them.
Página 354 - Reports on the dredging operations off the west coast of Central America to the Galapagos to the west coast of Mexico, and in the Gulf of California in charge of Alexander Agassiz, carried on by the US Fish Commission Steamer "Albatross,

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