Annual Reports of the President and Treasurer of Harvard College

Harvard University, 1904
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Página 48 - School for the year ; and in the preceding year also there had been a surplus, though a small one. Moreover, the number of students in the departments under the Faculty of Arts and Sciences showed an increase of 165 in the fall of 1902 over that of the year 1901-02 ; and this increase in the number of students represented a probable increase in the tuition-fees of more than $20,000. In view of these facts, the Corporation, in the autumn of 1902, anticipated a good financial result for the academic...
Página 207 - Whereunto is added the Translation out of the Original Greeke, commonly used in the Church of England, with a Confutation of all such Arguments...
Página 208 - I shall certainly some time or other write a little story-book in the style of these. It will not be a very easy task for me; it will require much nature and simplicity and a great acquaintance with the humours and traditions of the English common people. I shall be happy to succeed, for he who pleases...
Página 93 - 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 323 - The Chemical Composition of Limestones from upraised Coral Islands, with Notes on their Microscopical Structures. By ERNEST W. SKEATS. 76 pp. June, 1903. Memoirs : — Vol. XXVI. No. 4. Reports on the Scientific Results of the Expedition to the Tropical Pacific, 1899-1900. V. Sharks
Página 21 - Bullard, $500 each, their second gifts of the same amount to be used under the direction of the Shattuck Professor of Pathological Anatomy, with the approval of the President and Fellows, for the purpose of advancing the knowledge of the pathology of the nervous system.
Página 10 - Wales, his bequest of $40,000, the income thereof to be used " for the support of a Professor of the Sanskrit Language, and in the purchase of Books or Manuscripts in that department." For the establishment of a Fund in memory of the late Edwin L. Godkin, the income thereof to be used in providing for the delivery and publication of lectures upon " The Essentials of Free Government and the Duties of the Citizen...
Página 15 - Again the honors belong to the public schools. These facts are limited to the year under review, and are baaed on observation of only about seven hundred persons. So far as they go, however, they lend no countenance whatever to the allegation that the public schools turn out a less vigorous and conscientious class of young men than the other schools. On the contrary, so far as they go, they tend to prove that the product of the public school has more character and power of work than the product of...
Página 11 - 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.

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