The New Hampshire Repository Volume 1

The New Hampshire Repository Volume 1

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1846 edition. Excerpt: ...a fourth of a mile on an air line, south of my house, stood one at twenty-six, and the other at twenty-eight, below zero. The one was near the river, and the other on sandy land." BRIEF VIEW OF GERMAN UNIVERSITIES. Extracted from the American Quarterly Register, Vol. XIV, p. 412. Students In 1830. Students In 1840. Berlin, Bonn, Breslau, Erlangen, Freiberg, Giessen, Gottingen, Greifswald, Halle, Heidelberg, Jena, Kiel, Konigsberg, Leipsic, Marburg, Munich, Rostock, Tubingen, Wurtzburg, It thus appears, that the whole number of students in the German Universities in 1840, with the exception of Griefswald, was 10,727; including that university, it may be stated at 11,000. The whole number in 1830, including the four universities of Erlangen, Griefswald, Rostock, and Tubingen, may be stated at 13,300. Consequently there has been a diminution in ten years of 2,300 students. The changes in the different classes of students will be about as follows. Year. Theol. Law. Med. Pkilos. 1830, 3,659 3,215 1,900 1,426 1840, 2,159 2,543 1,839 1,774 Thus in ten years, the number of theological students has been diminished 41 per cent.; legal about 20 per cent.; medical about 4 per cent.; the number of philosophical students has increased about 24 per cent. Under the term medical, are included those who are studying surgery and pharmacy; under philosophical students are reckoned philologists, political economists, etc. In the last named department, the increase has been in the branches of engineering, surveying, natural history, political economy, etc., and not in philology and philosophy. The number of teachers in all the universities in 1840, with the exception of Freiberg, Gottingen, Munich and Wurtzburg, was 896; of whom 141 were in the theological...show more

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  • Paperback | 172 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 9mm | 318g
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  • Miami Fl, United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236552245
  • 9781236552242