Friday, January 20, 2012

1883 Commencement Program of Dartmouth College at Hanover, New Hampshire



Order of Exercises at Commencement, Dartmouth College, June 28, 1883.


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Order of Exercises
Prayer
Music
1.  Salutatory Oration, in Latin.  By Edward Leeds Gulick of Hanover, New Hampshire
2.  Philosophical Oration.  Realism in Literature.  By Henry Boynton Johnson of Woodstock, Vermont
3.  English Oration.  The Italy of To-Day.  By *Frederick William Doring of Perry, Maine
4.  Dissertation.  Moral Pauperism.  By Samuel Allen Barrett of Rutland, Vermont
5.  English Oration.  Dynamite in Politics.  By Benjamin Phillips of Lynn, Massachusetts
Music
6.  Philosophical Oration.  The Non-Religious Argument against Materialism.  By John Pickard of Canterbury, New Hampshire
7.  Disputation.  Is Monarchy to Endure in England?  Arthur Aron Maxwell of Wells, Maine; Franklin Gates Webster of Lynn, Massachusetts
8.  Dissertation.  International Comity.  *Irving Benjamin Hayes of Madbury, New Hampshire
9.  Dissertation.  The Poetry of Browning.  By Charles Alvin Braley of Northfield, Vermont
Music
10.  Philosophical Oration.  The Indebtedness of Science to Missions.  By Sidney Lewis Gulick of Hanover, New Hampshire
11.  Disputation.  Was Jefferson's Statesmanship Higher than Hamilton's?  *Thomas Merrill Edmands of Lowell, Massachusetts; *Arthur Ezekiel Jacobs of Manchester, New Hampshire
12.  Dissertation.  The Personal Influence of the Teacher.  By James Major Colson, Jr. of Petersburg, Virginia
13.  English Oration.  The Organization of Charities.  By *Arthur Philip Greeley of Concord, New Hampshire


*Excused from speaking






14.  Dissertation.  The Ethics of Art.  By Edward Hopkins McLachlin of Peacham, Vermont
15.  English Oration.  Wagner's Influence on Music.  By Charles Alfred Bacon of East Hampton, Massachusetts
Music
16.  English Oration.  Some Needed Legal and Judicial Reforms.  By Walter Brown Patterson of Washington, D. C.
17.  Dissertation.  The Individual and the State.  By *Alfred Edwin Watson of Hartford, Vermont
18.  Disputation.  Is Vivisection Justifiable?  Walter Herbert Marble of Ashburnham, Massachusetts; Hiram Quintilian Ward of St. Johnsbury, Vermont
19.  English Oration.  The Value of Expert Testimony.  By *Levi Wild of Royalton, Vermont
20.  English Oration, with the Valedictory Addresses.  The Transient and the Permanent in Modern Thought.  By Owen Hamilton Gates of St. Johnsbury, Vermont
Music
Degrees Conferred


*Excused from speaking


Graduating Class


Charles Alfred Bacon of East Hampton, Massachusetts
Samuel Allen Barrett of Rutland, Vermont
John Barstow of Haverhill, New Hampshire
John Herbert Bixby of Chelsea, Vermont
Charles Alvin Braley of Northfield, Vermont
John White Center of Litchfield, New Hampshire
Burt Chellis of Claremont, New Hampshire
Rush Chellis of Claremont, New Hampshire
James Major Colson, Jr. of Petersburg Virginia
William Rawson Conant of Orford, New Hampshire
Frederick Leslie Coombs of Thetford, Vermont
John Thaddeus Cress of Dover, New Hampshire
William Edward Cushman of Middleborough, Massachusetts
Charles Sylvester Dana of Concord, New Hampshire
Frederick William Doring of Perry, Maine
Holman Arthur Drew of Colebrook, New Hampshire
Thomas Merrill Edmunds of Lowell, Massachusetts
Henry Wilson Felker of Rochester, New Hampshire
Irving Fish of Brooklyn, New York
Joseph Greeley Gardner of Great Falls, New Hampshire
Owen Hamilton Gates of St. Johnsbury, Vermont




Frank Alpheus Gay of Manchester, New Hampshire
John Warren Gordon of West Bolton, Vermont
Arthur Philip Greeley of Concord, New Hampshire
Charles Sawyer Griswold of Haverhill, New Hampshire
Edward Leeds Gulick of Hanover, New Hampshire
Sidney Lewis Gulick of Hanover, New Hampshire
Irving Benjamin Hayes of Madbury, New Hampshire
Roscoe Algernon Hutchinson of South Abington, Massachusetts
Arthur Ezekiel Jacobs of Manchester, New Hampshire
Frank Eugene Jewett of Rindge, New Hampshire
Henry Boynton Johnson of Woodstock, Vermont
Henry Albert Kimball of Dover, New Hampshire
Herbert Thomas Kincaid of Troy, Ohio
Walter Herbert Marble of Ashburnham, Massachusetts
Robert Irwin Marston of New York, New York
Arthur Aaron Maxwell of Wells, Maine
John McCrillis of Newport, New Hampshire
Edward Hopkins McLachlin of Peacham, Vermont
Joseph Frank Moore of Red Oak, Ohio
William White Niles of New York, New York
Charles Weston Oakes of South Berwick, Maine
Walter Brown Patterson of Washington, D. C.
Benjamin Phillips of Lynn, Massachusetts
John Pickard of Canterbury, New Hampshire
William Quinby of North Sandwich, New Hampshire
John Langdon Rand of Portsmouth, New Hampshire
Samuel Worcester Robertson of Muskogee, Indian Territory
John Williams Rogers of Tilton, New Hampshire
John Henry Sellers of Lawrence, Massachusetts
Edgar Hughes Sinkey of Middletown, Ohio
Benjamin Tenney of Hanover, New Hampshire
Hiram Quintilian Ward of St. Johnsbury, Vermont
Champion James Waring of Post Mills, Vermont
Alfred Edwin Watson of Hartford, Vermont
Franklin Gates Webster of Lynn, Massachusetts
Nelson James Whitehill of Ryegate, Vermont
Levi Wild of Royalton, Vermont
Everett Chickering Willard of Harvard, Massachusetts
George Winch of Langdon, New Hampshire
Charles Frederick Worcester of Townsend, Massachusetts


Scientific Department


William Griggs Bean of Peoria, Illinois
Daniel Edward Bradley of East Jaffrey, New Hampshire
William Fred Carter of New London, New Hampshire
John Thomas Freeman of Baltimore, Maryland
William Charles Hall of Upton, Massachusetts
Charles Selvin Jackson of Danbury, New Hampshire
John Walter Pearson of Fisherville, New Hampshire
James Leslie Woodfall of Lynn, Massachusetts



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