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Antioch College, Ohio. We Find In The Ho...
amal of the gam other . The is fo Influence und to be of refining each sex "as upon well the as manners stimulative and of habits the
hi older gher than ambitions the ; though , na students turally , , . the No effect restraint is stronger , beyond upon that the of younger
an absolute d lectures propriet upon are of y , course is put in upon common ' their ; intercourse but so also . The the recitations meals , — t which form
the refectory being arranged with small tables , athey their with the own freedom parties of of acquaintances four or six , ea at ting a restaurant and conversing . Out of together study
hours they t associate in the beautiful as they please , often of the forming neihborhood picnics and and * findin ming g - '
amusemen scenery g inevitable ling much with of course the societ ; but y around these , . honora Preferences bly pursued and attachments , are not dis are
are coura no ged t common or , interfered ( particularl with ; y and while , thoug the f lad h husb undergradua y is and a c and Freshman te wife marriage ' ) , one s
instance , I understood , had occurred o taking their One degrees le of as ' bes Bachelors t scholars of ' Arts who ' a had t the become same commencement attached while .
become * Seniors coup each , ' and a married professor after It graduating should , be , re mentioned turned to the perha College psthat to
. , , the gentle sex has one especial officer—a ' matron , ' who regulates personal habits by presiding over the e dormitory , ' and or that separa the te
present college building incumbent where of this the marked female office influence , Mrs students . Paine lod the , ge a , — College New Eng b land her
ma singular tron , is efficiency exercisin and g a good judgment . The on great purpose y , —to ive the mothers of the West a liberal education—is thus prevented
g from " The havin well g the -known possible fact drawback that this of is the scholar _cheaj l , y _^ est slovenliness place of . e '
ducation humbler in the in world lifebut suggest with s its its advantages share of noble , as wi natures thin reac ; and h , t , amon a class g
, w th ese is las a t t present tioned successfull , I should y pursuing certainly num her b studies er one at young the College woman , to
but who came there without meansand soon found a way support is herself a Spartan by hiring qualit as y cook in this to , a which famil , y tells in the well nei as gh an borhood incident . rather at Ther the e
having droll ' Alma instance written Mater' of to of the a pioneer new Facult country _adaxD y to tability ! say I that he — ard a he , clergyman h educated had owever quite , of and ' a out one famil West y of '
to boys know and ' whether girls whom he _coiddn he should 't get like a job to of have preaching round , wishing there to
pay their expenses . ' "
Facts And Scraps. 129
FACTS AND SCRAPS . 129
A Puofessional Silver Wedding. Celebrate...
A PUOFESSIONAL SILVER WEDDING .
Dr . Harriot K . Huntof Bostonon the 27 th of Juno , celebrated , , the fifth anniver
her sary professional of the date when " silver she wedding commenced , " that the is practice , twenty of medicine - . Her -
English Woman’s Journal (1858-1864), Oct. 1, 1860, page 129, in the Nineteenth-Century Serials Edition (2008; 2018) ncse.ac.uk/periodicals/ewj/issues/ewj_01101860/page/57/