The Catalogue of Brown University

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Stran 16 - tuition to enter the class immediately below him, and thus enjoy a second opportunity of qualifying himself to proceed in the course. An accurate account of the delinquencies of every student, and also of the degree of his attainment in conduct, scholarship and attendance, is kept;
Stran 16 - The officers desire to cultivate with their pupils habits of kind and familiar intercourse, and to influence them rather by an appeal to the better principles of the heart, than by severe or disgraceful punishment. If, however, the
Stran 17 - PAYMENTS. There are three terms of Study in each year, and the expense of each is paid in advance. Students, unless from another College, entering the freshman Class, pay five dollars as a fee for matriculation, Sophomore Class,
Stran 11 - evidence of unexceptionable moral character, and be thoroughly acquainted with the Grammar of the Latin and Greek Languages,
Stran 11 - Commentaries, Virgil, Cicero's Select Orations, and translate English into Latin correctly. He must also be well acquainted with ancient and modern Geography, Arithmetic, English Grammar, and
Stran 16 - sustained, by every person who intends to become a candidate for the degree of Bachelor of Arts. The Faculty are aware that
Stran 11 - the Freshman Class, unless he have completed his fourteenth year, nor to advanced standing, without proportional increase of age. He must bring satisfactory evidence of unexceptionable moral character,
Stran 16 - REGULATIONS AND DISCIPLINE. The Regulations of the Institution are formed with the single design of promoting the intellectual and moral advancement of its members. They are made public, and may be known by every candidate before admission. If, at any time, a student
Stran 11 - be able to construe and parse any portion of the following books, namely :—Jacob's Greek Reader, the
Stran 16 - except by persons who have attained some degree of intellectual maturity. Such, however, they think, must be the case with any course of discipline, intended really to lay the broad foundations of a liberal education, or to prepare young men for the learned professions. It might also be suggested, that individuals whose youth

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