Edwards' annual directory to the inhabitants, institutions, incorporated companies, manufacturing establishments, business, business firms, etc., etc., in the city of St. Louis for ... /

Founded in 1829. Chartered in 1832.

St. Louis University .

Literary Department .

This Institution is situated in a pleasant and airy part of the city of St.
Louis; it is the
Oldest Establishment of the kind in the State,
and has enjoyed uninterrupted prosperity from its beginning-receiving
an extensive patronage from the Western and Southern States, and from
the West Indies and Mexico.

Its Buildings Have Been Enlarged,
and its plan of studies extended, so as to adapt the course of study to all
classes of the community; and it now offers advantages not surpassed by
andy Institution in the West.

The Scholastic Year commences on the 1st Monday
in September, and ends about the 4th July.

Terms, Per Session Of Ten Months:

Matriculation Fee, on entrance $ 10 00

Board and Tuition (no extra charge for Modern Languages) 180 00

Washing, and Mending of articles washed 20 00

Bed and Bedding,if furnished by the Institution 8 00

Physician’s Fee 5 00

Stationery (paper, ink, pens and pencils) 5 00

Music, Drawing, Fencing, Dancing, and use of the Philosophical Apparatus, form
extra charges.

Tuition for day scholars, per session of 10 1/2 months 40 00

Payments Quarterly or Semi-Annually in Advance.

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Further information, please address
ThomasO’Neil, , S. I. Pres’t.