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UNIVERSITY OF ZURICH.

PROGRAMME FOR 1866–67.

I. FACULTY OF THEOLOGY.

42 COURSES OF LECTURES A YEAR, BY 11 PROFESSORS. INTRODUCTION to the study of theology; do. to the study of the Old Testament; Interpretation of the Psalms; Theology of the Old Testament; Introduction to the New Testament; Practical exercises on the Old Testament; Theology of the New Testament; Interpretation of the Book of Job; do. Prophet Isaiah ; do. Minor Prophets; do. Prophet Zachariah; Elucidation of some of the most difficult texts of the Old Testament; Hebrew archæology; Geography and history of the Bible; History of the Canon of the New Testament; Interpretation of Jesus' discourses according to Matthew; Interpretation of the Gospel according to St. John; Synopsis of the four Gospels; Interpretation of the Acts of the Apostles; do. Epistle to the Romans; do. Epistle to the Galatians; do. to the Philippians and Philemon, with practical exercises; do. Timothy and Titus’ Epistles; Interpretation of the seven Catholic Epistles on Jesus' doctrine; Conversation on several points of the New Testament; Exegesis on the Fathers of the Christian Church; Elements of dogmatics; History of dogmatics (2 courses;) Christian dogmatics; Practical exercises in dogmatics; Christian morals; Symbolics; Theory of church government; Catechetics; Practical exercises in catechetics; Practical exercises in homiletics; Liturgies; History of the Church (3 courses); Practical exercises on the same subject, embracing various periods, (3 courses ;) History of Protestant theology (2 courses.)

II. FACULTY OF JURISPRUDENCE.

49 COURSES

OF

LECTURES

JURIDICAL, SOCIAL, AND ECONOMICAL SCIENCES.

A YEAR, BY 11 PROFESSORS. Philosophy of jurisprudence, or law of nature; History of the Roman civil procedure; Introduction to the study of law (2 courses ;) History and institutes of the Roman law (2 courses ;) Institutes of Gajus; Pandects; Contracts of the · Roman law; Law of inheritance after the Roman law; Law of property : Law of buildings; Practical exercises in civil law (2 courses); Introduction to the study of law; International law; Common law among nations of German origin, embracing the law of Germany proper, the neighboring states of Switzerland, the Netherlands, and England; Explanation of the Mirror of Suabia; Procedure in common law (3 courses;) Practical exercises on the same; Laws of the Swiss cantons compared with each other; Private law of the canton of Zürich; Com. mercial law; Law of exchange (2 courses ;) Law of insurance; Commercial jurisprudence in the common Germanic law (2 courses;) The same compared to the English and American law; Practical exercises on criminal law; Theory and history of commerce and manufactures; Theory of money, banks and science of finances (2 courses;) Elements of national economy; Science of police; National economy (3 courses ;) Practical exercises on political economy; Na. tional economy applied to agriculture; Agriculture and manufactures in Swit. zerland; Constitutional law in general ; do. of Switzerland; Laws of cities and townships.

III. FACULTY OF MEDICINE.

63 COURSES OF LECTURES A YEAR, BY 15 PROFESSORS.

Osteology and syndesmology (2 courses ;) Human anatomy (2 courses;) Gen. eral anatomy (histology,) (2 courses ;) Dissecting (2 courses ;) Repetitorium of anatomy; Zoology; Comparative anatomy; Medical physics, introductory to physiology; Inorganic chemistry; Organic chemistry ; Pharmaceutical chemistry; Physiological chemistry; Materia medica (2 courses ;) Physiology of the blood circulation, with a view to pathology; Special (medicinal) botany ; Theoretical obstetrics (2 courses ;) Sexual diseases of women; Obstetrical clinics (2 courses ;) General pathological anatomy; Pathology and therapeutics of syphilis, with demonstrations; History of development of man; Practical microscopy (2 courses;) Human physiology; Physiological experiments on animals; Special pathology and therapeutics; Exercises in prescribing medicines; Medical jurisprudence (2 courses ;) Same for lawyers; (2 courses;) History of medicine; Microscopical course of pathological anatomy; Pathological demonstrations and dissections; General therapeutics and special pharmacology; Pathological histology, with microscopical demonstrations; Pathology of the mouth; Special ophthalmia, (eye-lids, cornea, iris, lens, etc.;) Ophthalmological clinic (2 courses;) Diseases of the ear; Practical operation for diseased eyes; Medical clinic at the bospitals (2 courses;) Polyclinic; Practical exercises in laryngoscopy and otoscopy; Eye-diseases of accommodation and refraction; Medicinal mineral springs; Theoretical and practical dentistry; Operative course in dentistry.

IV. FACULTY OF PHILOSOPHY.

157 COURSES OF LECTURES A YEAR, BY 38 PROFESSORS.

A. Metaphysical, philological, historical section. a. Metaphysics, Pedagogice.—Logic and introduction to the study of metaphysical sciences; Logic and metaphysics; Psychology in general; Psychology viewed from patural sciences; Psychology in connection with pedagogics; Psychological exercises on the third book of Aristotle's work "On the soul;" Phil. osophical exercises on the first book of Aristotle's metaphysics; Philosophical ethics; Philosophy of religion; General history of religion; History of ancient philosophy; History of philosophy from Cartesius up to Hegel; Sense of hearing; Mental diseases (2 courses ;) History of education, and the present state of the higher schools of Germany and Switzerland.

b. Philology, Archeology-History of Literature.--Methodology and history of archæology; Sanscrit and explanation of the Nala (2 courses;) History of Greek literature and drama; Pindarus; Æschylus' Perser, or the Seven against Thebes; Æschylus' Agamemnon; Sophocles' Aias ; Sophocles' Philoctetes; Herodotus, Book I.; Thucydides; Plato's Gorgias; Plato's Symposion; Greek epigraphics, with practical exercises; Greek metrics; Explanation of selected fragments from the Greek; Ancient metrics; Explanation of Lucretius' De rerum natura, lib. I.; Explanation of Plautus' Pseudulus; Philological exercises (2 courses;) Terence's Andria and selected extracts from other comedies; Sallust's Catilina; Cicero pro Quintio; Cicero de finibus bonorum et malorum, with grammatical exercises; Selected poems of Tibullus; Exercises in grammar and writing Latin and Greek; Critical exercises in paleography; Comparative grammar of the principal languages of the Indo-Germanic nations; Sanscrit grammar (3 courses;) Elements of Sanscrit; Sanscrit Kalidasas Meghaduta; Arabic (2 courses ;) Mythology of the Germanic nations; Interpretation of the ancient authors; Interpretation of Hartmann's Iwein; The Edda; History of German poetry in the middle ages; Explanation of the poems of Walter von der Vogelweide; History of German literature from Klopstock's period; Practical exercises in speaking German; English grammar and exercises; Shakspeare's Hamlet explained and translated; History of English poetry from Chaucer to the present time; Byron's Childe Harold, translated and ex. plained; Exercises (oral and written) in the English language; Villehardouin, Conquête de Morée; Explanation of the Chanson de Roland; Provençal grammar, with translations; Practical exercises in the French language.

C. History, History of Art, Geography –Synopsis of ancient history; Synopsis of the middle ages and modern history; General history of the 19th century ; History of the French revolution up to the empire (2 courses;) History of Europe; Modern history, 1814-1848; History of Switzerland from the Reforma: tion up to 1830; Survey of the works written on Swiss history; Helvetia under the Romans; History of Switzerland in the 17th and 18th centuries; Glance at the Swiss history in the 15th century; History of the Helvetic republic; Conver. sations on universal history (2 courses ;) Historical exercises (2 courses ;) History of geography (3 courses;) Russian possessions in the Northern regions; The British empire and its development in the five divisions of the globe; The Osmanic empire in the three divisions of the globe; The eastern region of China and Japan; Explanation of the sculptures in the museum of archæology of Zurich ; Political history of Switzerland.

B. Section of Mathematics and Natural Sciences. Elementary mathematics and elements of geodesy; Higher algebra; Descriptive geometry, axonometry and free perspective; Analytical geometry of space; Analysis of algebra; Introduction to higher mathematics; Analysis of complex numbers; Differential and integral calculus (2 courses;) Differential and integral calculus applied to geometry and natural sciences; Select portions of integral calculus; Introduction to celestial mechanics; Elements of astronomy and of mathematical geography, with practical demonstrations (2 courses ;) Experimental physics; Experimental physics, heat, light, magnetism, electricity; Electro-dynamics and electro-magnetism; Elasticity and elastical vibrations, treated mathematically; Mechanical theory of heat; Exercises in physical experimentation for teachers; Repetitorium of physics in the German language; Same in the French; Mensuration of bodies for pupils advanced in mathematics; Experimental chemistry, inorganic; Same, organic; Selected portions of chemistry; Zoö-chemistry; Practical pharmaceutical chemistry, for druggists and medical students; Qualitative and volumetric analysis ; Analytical

, theoretical chemistry; Quantitative analysis; Theoretical chemistry (stoecheometry ;) Practical chemical investigations in the laboratory; Same, for advanced pupils; Exercises in chemical experimentation for teachers; Compounds of cyanogene; Essential oils and aromatic compounds; Chemistry of daily life ; History of chemistry; Practical instruction in chemico-physiological exercises; Mineralogy; Determination of mineral species; Crystallography; General geology ; Practical geology and lithology; Chemical geology; General botany; Special botany, including officinal plants, with botanical excursions; Pharmaceutical botany; Vegetable physiology, with microscopical exercises; Fossil plants; Important plants in economy and manufactures ; Diseases of cultivated plants; Fossil insects; Physical geography (2 courses.)

EDUCATION OF GIRLS.

INSTITUTIONS AND SUGGESTIONS.

FEMALE EDUCATION,

PRELIMINARY REPORT.

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Circular of Commissioner of Education,

Female Education at Home and Abroad,
SUGGESTIONS BY VARIOUS AUTHORS,....

Letter of St. Jerome to Laeta on the Education of her Daughter,.
German Authorities,....

Zchokke, Caroline Rudolph, Schiller, Niemeyer,..

Schleiermacher, Ehrenberg, Goethe, Von Raumer,.
American Authorities,

Edward Everett,
COEDUCATION OF THE SEXES,...
EXPERIENCE OF OBERLIN COLLEGE, Onio,...

Original Conditions of the Oberlin movement,
Organizntion of the College,..
Instructional and Domestic Arrangements,...
Advantages of Joint Instruction of the Sercs,

1. Economy of Means and Forces, .
2. Convenience to Parents wishing to educate Sons and Daughters,.
3. Social Incitements to Study,..
4. Social Culture,....
5. Female Influence on the Discipline of Studies,..
6. Coöperation of the College with the Town in respect to order,
7. Relations of the School to the Community,..

9. Preparation for the Work of Life,....
Difficulties and Disadvantages considered,.....

1. Differences in Physical and Mental Ability,...
2. Differences in Future Occupation, .....
3. Supposed Injury Womanly Reserve and Delicacy,.
4. Social Enjoyment unfavorable to Study,....
5. Tendency to Early Matrimonial Engagement,
6. Positive Immoralities.......
7. Success of Oberlin not exceptional,.....

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MATERIAL FOR FINAL REPORT. Information has been received respecting the institutions, and teachers and benefactors of Schools for Girls, named below:

1. Boarding School for Young Misges at Bethlehem, Penn., 1786 to 1868. 2. Rev. William Woodbridge and his labors in behalf of Female Education in Massachusetts

and Connecticut, from 1779. 3. Caleb Bingham (in 1789) and Ebenezer Bailey (1825,) and the Education of Girls in the

Public Schools of Boston, Mass. 4. Rise and Progress of the Female Academy (1787 to 1796,) with Notes on Schools (pubic

and private) for Girls, in Philndelphia. 5. Miss Alice Lalor, and the Schools of the Visitation nuns at Georgetown, D. C., and other

places, from 1801. 6. Mrs. Eliznbeth Bayley Seton, and St. Joseph's Academy at Emmetsburg, Md., and other

Schools of the Sisters of Charity, from 1809. 7. Mrs. Emma Willard, and the Female Seminary at Troy, N Y. 8. Miss Catharine E. Beecher, and the Female Seminary at Hurtiord, Conn. 9. Miss Mary Lyon, and the Mt. Holyoke Female Seminary at South Hadley, Mass. 10. Mrs. A. Lincoln Phelps, and the Patnpsco Female Institute at Ellicott's Mills, Md. 11. Packer Female Institute at Brooklyn, N. Y. 12. John Kingsbury, and the Young Ladies' High School, Providence, R. I. 13. George B. Emerson, and a select School for Girls in Boston, Mass. 14. Rutgers Female College, New York City. 15. Mathew Vassar and Vassar College, Poughkeepsie, N. Y. 16. Lake Erie Female Seminary at Painesville, Ohio. 17. Academy of the Visitation, near Wheeling, West Virginia.

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