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323.

Story, W. W., 121.



INDEX.



337



Summer School, 268, 309.

Sumner, Charles, hooted at Cambridge,
39; assaulted by Brooks, 41; butT
waistcoat, 65; Saturday Club, 82;
Phi Beta, iii, 113, 115; College
bills, 207; mathematics, 229; Story's
pupil, 255, 256; pamphlets, 289.

Suspension, 122.

Swift, Dean, 175.

Swinburne, Algernon Charles, iii.

Tea, 32.

Thacher, Professor, 51.

Thayer. W. R., 158.

Thompson, Maurice, 117.

Ticknor, George, Fugitive Slave Law,
40; Phi Beta, ill, 114; Oxford de-
gree, 155 ; Vacations, 198 ; student
of Gcittingen, 210; Professor, 213;
reforms, 215; Prescott and mathe-
matics, 228 ; England, 321.

Tory Refugees, 288.

Treasurer, 298.

Trecothick, Barlow, 288.

Turnpikes, 33.

Unitarianism, 44, 224.
University College, London, 277.

Vacations, 198.
Vane, Sir Henry, 4.
Vassall, Colonel, 81.
Vincent, Bishop, 48.

Wadham, Nicholas, 4.
Wadsworth, President, 86.
Walker, General, 117.



Walpole, Horace, 13.

Ware, Professor. 80.

Warren, General. 24.

Warren. Dr. John, 24.

Washburn, Emory. 256.

Washington, 25.

Washington, George. 30, 34, 86.

Washington, Martha. a8a.

Washington Elm. 36, 276.

Waison. Bishop. 207, 214.

Weather, 127.

Webb, Henry. 10.

Webster. Daniel, oratory. a6. na;
Abolitionists, 37 ; Speech of March
7, 1850. 40; l^fayelte, 87; Com-
mencement dinner. 90; Phi beta
dinner. 111; Dartmouth College,
210; America's debt to Europe, 365.

Weeds. 268.

Wellcsley College. 14a, aSa.

White. D. A.. 223.

Whitcfield, Rev. George, 30, 193, 195,
288.

Whittier, John Grecnleaf, 83.

William UI., 9. 311.

William and Mary College, 107.

Williams, Roger. 43.

Winsor. Dr. Justin. 29a.

Wordsworth, William, iii.

Yale College, orthodox. 43; chapel,
51 ; fondness for noise, 57 ; basrb.ill,
138 ; baths. 175 ; toughs, 190 ; poor
students. 191. 196; Professor Siili-
man. 213; students at Harvard, 365.

Yard, 1 he. 2.



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