1. Faculty Minutes 3:226, UA.
Recitations were held at 7:00 a.m.
("Morn"), 11:00 a.m. ("Forenoon"), and at 4:00 p.m.
("Afternoon"), except on Mondays, when the morning recitation was
dispensed with for all students. Seniors had no morning recitations. Though the
chart places the Sunday recitation on the
"morn" column, the recitations took place in the afternoon.
During this period,
was professor of mental and moral philosophy, political economy,
, professor of mathematics and natural philosophy;
, professor of Greek;
William Mercer Green
, professor of rhetoric and logic;
John De Berniere Hooper
, professor of Latin;
, professor of chemistry, geology, and mineralogy; and
, instructor of French. Notice that first-year students were taught
by tutors, except for two classes per week in Greek with
, tutor for ancient languages, and
, tutor for mathematics, graduated from the
in 1833 and 1836 respectively.