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TALLE 84.—Statistics of gifts and legacies to colleges, schools, fc., for 1883–'86, 8c.—Continued.
Name of institution.
$100, for use of botanic garden ; William A. Rogers, $25 towards salary of assistant in observa.
towards the equipment of a botanical laboratory,
Wright, $2,000 ; Sarah A. Griffiths, Boston, $3,750 ; Harriet H. Fay, Washington, $398-last
three gifts and remainder of the total amount for general purposes.
1883), Poughkeepsie, $1,500; F. F. Thompson (class of 1856), $1,000 for clock; Robbins Bat-
$1,000; F. W. Olds (class 1973), payment of remitted tuition, with interest, $700.
Numerous sources, for support of college.
purposes and to endow a chair.
sources, for general purposes.
M. G. Lee; Slater fand; R. S. Kust; Freedmen's Aid Society of ME Chureh.
two scholarships, for benefit of descendants of testator, or, in al sence of such, sobolar hips
Pritchett School Instituto
150 Cost of anatomical outfit given by Miss Bernice Morrison, St. Louis, Mo. 45,000 Chiefly in real estate - $12,500 for school of fine arts, other gifts for general fund. 37, 084 $25,000 from friends of Dr. C. L. Goodell, of St. Lonis, to found Greek professorship. 2, 338
$2,256 for the theological department; $82 for apparatus. 6,000 Philip L. Moen, Worcester, Mass. ; Ezra Farnsworth, Boston, Mass.; J. N. Dennison, Boston,
and others, mainly to pay for the new ladies' hall.
C. C. Thomas and H. M. Yerington, mineral specimens for a cabinet.
$7,000, for general fund of the college.
$200; former students, $300, to increase library.
completed till that date. Gen. E. A. Merritt, Potsdam, N. Y., $2,500 ; P. T. Barnum, Bridge.
P. H. Pittey, Branchport, N. Y., $1,000, and other, to the number of about 450.
ley, esq., of Rochester, N. Y., for the enlargement and further equipment of the Sibley Col.
lege of Mechanic Arts. 14,000 William Lampson, Nicholas B. Keeney, and Chag. F. Prentice, Le Roy, N.Y., Miss Alice Warren,
Terre Haute, Ind., and others, $10,000 for dormitory ; $2,000 for an aupuity for the founder
of the school.
North Carolina a student who shall be appointed by the faculty.
dents for payment of tnition. 37, 548 Isaac and Lavina Kelly, Mill Village, Pa., $35,788 for general endowment; remainder in small
sums from varions sources.
son, $1,000 ; from Marquand estate, by A. Trask, $2,100; C. P. Treat, $500; II. L. Terrill,
100 Gen. John Patten, four prizes of $25 each for leader of each of the four classes.
8, 102 | Trustees, $7,300; other friends, $802, for current expenses. $ 114,3080
TACLE 81.—Statistics of gifts and legacies to colleges, schools, Sc., for 1885–86, Sc.-Continued.
$800 Mauss Bros., Cincinnati, Ohio, $C00 ; John M. Young, Williamsport, Pa., $100 ; Mrs. A. E. Eger.
man, Easton, Pa., $100; improvement of campus.
William Bucknell, Philadelphia, Pa., for a chapel.
The final annual instalment of the $100,000 left by Mr. Samuel Willetts, of New York, to be
paid in fire annual instalments, the interest of which must be used to assist needy students. 2,500 From the city of Charleston. 600 From Synod of South Carolina, for support of faculty.
500 or moro volumes for library, and furniture, from numerons individuals and churches. 21,500 J. H. Carson, Dandridge. Tonn., $20,000 in cash and real estats; Elisha Kimbrough, Mossy
Creek, $1,500 iu cash, all to bo applied to aid indigent candidates for the ministry. 7,500 W. E. Hayward, Pana III., $1,500, building. 210,000 William H. Vanderbilt (deceased), New York, N. Y., $200,000 in railroad bonds, for the gen
oral endowment fund, and $10,000 in cash for general A. 25,000 Hon. Jacob Thompson (lecensed), Memphis, Tenn., $12,000, payment of college debt; Florenco
Miller Jameson, New York, N. Y., $13,000, to build convocation house and gymnasium. 45,000 From a great number of people, to endow the college.
3, 200 In small amounts, to erect a memorial building for lecture-room, &c. 12,000 Library and scholarship. 2,000
In real estate, from Mrs. John Tront, Union Hall, Va., for endowment; other gifts in cash,
small sume, for scholarships and current expenses. 30,000 In sums varying from $25 to $5,000, for endowment.
2,500 Endowment for chair of elocution. 7,000 Old students and other friends of the college. 20, 500 To endow president's chair. 1,000 August Frank (deceased), Milwaukee, Wis. 1,600 Support of the institution. 4,600 Alanson Trask, Brooklyn, N. Y., $2,500, for salary and travelling expenses of the president
D. W. Mo Williams, Brooklyn, N. Y., $250, towards debt on dormitors: Jobn F. Winslow, on dormitory remaindor for salarlos. Poughkeepsio, N. Y., $1,000, debt on dormitory, Mrs. C. 1. McCormick, Chicago, Ill., $50, debt
Walla Walla, Wash
Whitman College... Eorard University.
In small sama : $3.500 to par dobt on building; remainder to build young men's hall, to pay
salaries, and to build up the institution.
4,630 Improvement of colloge buildings. 10,000 1,500
Miss Fannio Morrison (deceased), $5,000; Mrs. C. T. Milla, $3,000; all for scholarships.
Organ and furniture for chapel.
Two scholarships, $2,000; building fund, $14,806; alumnal fund for books and apparatus, $70.
Books, $750 ; furniture, $580; land, $1.000; cash, $1, 970.
For the education of the daughters of missionaries in Minnesota.
To endow scholarship.
dents; $50 for books.
Citizens of Painesville and Cleveland, $1,600 for repairs and inprovements; $109 for aid of stu.
36 To aid ministers' daughters. 7,000 From C. S. Farrar, president of the college, to enlargo accommollations for boarding students.
SCHOOLS OF SCIENCI.
Worcester Comty Free Institute of 60, 620 From late Stephen Salisbury, $25,000; P. L. Joen, $25,000; estate of late L. J. Knowles, $10,000,
for general endowment funci; Messrs. Voen, Salisbury, and G. H. Wbircomb. $320, for spe-
Heywood Brothers, of Gardner, Mass.
Includod in general college recorils, and not easily separated.
Reported with classical department.
Subscriptions to an endowment fund by alumini; amount not tolil.
General purposes, $34, 119; special purposes, $11,368; annual scholarships, $20, 802; beneficiary
fund, $2,722; Indian fund, $2,149; endowment fund, $9,811; pastor's salary, $938.
8454,988 Talladega, Ala...... Theological department Talladega
Rev.John and Lydia Hawes Wood, Fitcl.barzh, Mass., $1,000; H. B. Lincolu, Worcester, Mass.,
$1,000; uthurs, $.00; all for scholarships.
TABLE 84.-Statistics of gifts and legacies to colleges, schools, fo., for 1885-'86, &c.--Continued.
10,000 Henry Winkley, Philadelphia, adds this amount to the permanent fund of $10,000 which bears
and $250, respectively; Henry Blanke, St. Louis, $25; Mrs. A. Hausman, St. Louis, $25;
the salary of a professor, remainder for poor theological students.
for scholarship; bequest of James B. Hoy, $2,000 ; persons and churches, $3,874 for general
purposes. 60,000 From various persons for a new library building. 20, 123
G. C. Buel, Rochester, N. Y.; Mr. and Mrs. N. L. Zabriskie and Henry A. Morgan, of Aurora,
N. Y., Miss Sarah B. Hills, of New York, and others, 81,435, for salary of adjunct professor;
$6,722 to the pormanent scholarship fund ; $910 in aid of students ; $849 towards current ex1, 600 George A. Dockstader, New York, N. Y., to complote the Dockstader fand of $1,000.