A.Lnton, M.D., Professor of Analytic and
Joseph J.Ktenyolds, A.M., Professor of Me-
chanics aud Civil Engineering.
(Late Assistant Professor of Natural and Experi-
mental Philosophy, at West Point.)
GeorgeEnglemann, . M.D., Professor of Botany
aud Natural History.
Charles A.Pope, M.D., Professor of Compara-
tive Anatomy aurl Physiology.
The following Chairs will be tilled as soon as ade-
quate endowment and the services of competent men
can be secured:
Geology and Mineralogy, Mining and Metallurgy,
Mathematics, Agriculture, Architecture, Astronomy.
Until these Professorships are filled, instruction by
Lectures and otherwise will be given in these branch-
es of Education by the other Professors and Teachers.
A Department of the Fine Arts is also contempla-
ted as a part of the general plan, with good promise
of ultimate success, a sufficient fund for that purpose
having been, already pledged.