ORDER OF PROCESSION, &c.
THE DAY PRECEDING
June 5th, 1844.
- 1. Musicians.
- 2. Members of the Freshman class.
- 3. Members of the Sophomore class.
- 4. Members of the Junior class.
- 5. Graduating class.
- 6. Alumni.
- 7. Citizens of Chapel Hill and its vicinity.
- 8. Strangers and Visiters.
- 9. Teachers of Schools.
- 10. Parents and Guardians.
- 11. Clergy.
- 12. Faculty.
- 13. Trustees.
- 14. Governor of the State and President of the University.
- 15. Orator of the day, attended by Committee.
Every member of the College will be expected to join in the procession. While passing the monument of President Caldwell, the members of the procession will uncover their heads. Upon reaching the Chapel, the double file will open, and the procession enter in reversed order. There must be no passing in or out, except during the intervals of the exercises. No umbrellas must be raised in the procession ; and neither sticks nor canes be used in applauding the speakers.
The entire space on the right of the aisle leading from the front entrance will be occupied by the Trustees, Faculty and Students of the University. The centre tier of boxes to the left will be reserved exclusively for the Ladies. The range of seats on each side of this tier, and the galleries, will be appropriated to the accommodation of visiters.
The Marshall and his Assistants, stationed immediately in front of the seats occupied by the Ladies, will be prompt and vigilant in pointing all persons to their appropriate place; and the authorities of the College will expect and require ready obedience to their commands.
|VIRGINIUS H. IVY,||MARSHALL.|
|SAMUEL J. CALVERT,||ASSISTANT
|EUGENE J. HINTON,|
|THOMAS T. SLADE,|
JOHANNI M. MOREHEAD, ARMIGERO;
Carolinæ Septentrionalis Reipublicæ
DAVIDI L. SWAIN, Armigero, LL.D.
Omnibusque SENATUS ACADEMICI
Universis denique Humanitatis Cultoribus ;
Exercitationes, hasce Juvenes hodie primi gradus
|Johannes Ballanfant,||Robertus Thomas Fuller,||Johannes Wesley Long,|
|Gulielmus Franklin Barbee,||Henricus Gulielmus Graham,||Josephus McLaurin,|
|Gulielmus Smith Battle,||Josephus Montrose Graham,||Petrus King Rounsaville,|
|Gulielmus Augustus Blount,||Ebenezer Clarkson Grier,||Thomas Ruffin,|
|Johannes Beck Borden,||Robertus Troy Hall,||Robertus Alexander Sanders,|
|Johannes Heritage Bryan,||Philemon Benjamin Hawkins,||Jacobus Graham Scott,|
|Johannes Houston McIntosh Clinch,||Gulielmus Hill,||Benjamin Men Smith,|
|Edmundus Deberry Covington,||Gulielmus Henricus Hinton,||Stephanus Addison Stanfield,|
|Johannes Cowan,||Jacobus Horner,||Gualterus Leake Steele,|
|Robertus Cowan,||Jacobus Sterling Johnston,||Thomas Henricus Clay Turner,|
|Pleasant Hunter Dalton,||Gustavus Adolphus Jones,||Georgius Badger Wetmore,|
|Carolus Franciscus Dewey,||Robin Ap. Cadwallader Jones,||Exum Lewis Whitaker,|
|Leonidas Compton Edwards,||Edvardus Bulkley Lewis,||Jacobus Alexander Wimbish,|
|Alfredus Gaither Foster,||E. C. Yellowley|
Die Junii Sexto, Anno
Anno Libertatis, LXVIII.
SCHEME OF THE EXERCISES
UNIVERSITY OF NORTH CAROLINA,
JUNE 6TH, 1844.
|1. Sacred Music.|
|3. Salutatory Oration, (in Latin,)||GEORGE B. WETMORE, Fayetteville.|
|4. Oration. "State Sovereignty."||JAMES S. JOHNSTON, Halifax.|
|5. Oration. "Genius of Fulton and Whitney."||WM. F. BARBEE, Haywood Co. Tenn.|
|6. Oration. "Columbus."||JOHN H. BRYAN, Raleigh.|
|7. Oration. "Influence of Literature upon Society."||ROBERT COWAN, Wilmington.|
|8. Oration. "Our Navy."||ALFRED G. FOSTER, Lexington.|
|9. Oration. "Instruction of the Deaf and Dumb."||PLEASANT H. DALTON, Rockingham.|
|10. Oration. "Influence of Moral Principle upon Intellect."||JOHN BALLANFANT, Maury Co. Tenn.|
|1. Oration (in French.) "Le Ge'nie de Voltaire,"||EDWARD B. LEWIS, Chapel Hill.|
|2. Oration. "Progress of Free Principles."||WM. S. BATTLE, Edgecomb.|
|3. Oration. "Independence of the Judiciary."||JAMES HORNER, Orange.|
|4. Oration. "Prison Discipline."||EXUM L. WHITAKER, Halifax.|
|5. Oration. "State of Parties in our Country."||ROBERT T. FULLER, Caswell.|
|6. Oration. "Right of a Legislature to instruct Senators."||WALTER L. STEELE, Richmond.|
|7. Annual Report.|
|8. Degrees Conferred.|
|9. Oration. "Mutual Interests of Individuals and Society, with the Valedictory.||STEPHEN ADDISON STANFIELD, Halifax, Va.|
|10. Sacred Music.|