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* Since resigned, but name of successor unknown. Not opened. This table is furnished by Dr. Charles H. Nichols, superintendent of the Government Asylum for the Insane.

TABLE XII.—Statistics of institutions for the blind in the l’nited States.

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Institution for Deaf, Dumb, and Blind. Talladega, Ala
9 Asylum for the Blind

Mobile, Ala
3 Institution for the Blind

Ark

1859
4 Institution for Deaf, Dumb, and Blind. Oakland, Cal. 1606 | Warring Wilkinson.
5 Institatiou for the Blind

Macon, Ga
6 Institution for the Blind

Jacksonville, II. 1848 | Joshua Rhoades, M.D...640 40
7 Institution for the Blind

Indianapolis, Ind. 1447 | W. H. Churchman, A. M. 8 55 68 8 Iustitation for the Blind

Hinton, Iowa.

1853 | Rov. S. A. Knapp. 9 | Institution for the Blind

Wyandotte,

Kans 1268
10 | Institution for the Blind.

Louisville, Ky

1842
11 | Perkins Institution and Massachusetts i Boston, Mass.

Samuel May
Asylum for the Blind.
12 Asylum for Deaf, Dumb, and Blind Flint, Mich

1851 Egbert L. Banga, A. N.
13 Asylum for Deaf, Dumb, and Blind Faribault, Minn

J.L. Xayes, A.M.

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14 Asylum for the Blind

Jackson, Miss.
15 Institution for the Blind

St. Louis, Mo. .. 1831 | H. Rensellaer Foster.. 10 31 26
16 Institution for the Blind
New York City, N. Y.. 1831 | William B. Wait.

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17 Institution for the Blind

Batavia, X. Y.

Asa D. Lord, M. A 738 27
18 Institution for Deaf, Dumb, and Blind. Raleigh, X.c.
19 Institution for the Blind

Columbus, Ohio. 1886
20 Institution for the Blind

Philadelphia, Pa 1833
21 Blind School

Nashville, Tenn.
2 Institution for the Blind

Janesville, Wis

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NOTE.—Here it was intended to present fuil statistics of asylums for idiots, and inebriato asylums but, owing to the want of information, a list of institutions only is given.

TABLE XV.-Miscellaneous Special Schools.

SCHOOLS OF ART.

Information has only been received from one of these schools, the Cooper Union, the main items of which are given below:

Namo, Cooper Union for the Advancement of Science and Art. Location, New York City. Year of foundation, 1859. President, Peter Cooper. Number of instructors, 26. Total number of students during the term, 2,824, distributed in the following manner: Free art school for women, 231. Free school for women in wood engraving, 25. School of telegraphy for women, 82. School of telegraphy for men, 40. Free night school of science, 744. Free school of art, 1,702. Annual receipts, $44,805 55. Annual expenditures, $433,871 70.

SCHOOLS OF MUSIC.

Information has likewise only been received from one of this class of schools, viz., the New England Conservatory of Music, in Boston.

Name, New England Conservatory of Music. Location, Boston. Director, E. Tourjée. Number of instructors, 34. Total number of students during the term, 1,827 — 1,436 ladies, 391 gentlemen.

NAUTICAL SCHOOLS.

Information has been received from one of this kind of schools, viz., the Massachusetts Nautical School, which forms a branch of the Massachusetts State Reform School at Westborough.

Name, Massachusetts Nautical School. Location, school-ship G. M. Barnard, in Boston Harbor. Year of foundation, 1860. Superintendent, Richard Matthews. Salaried officers, 14. Boys received during the last term, 476. Total number of boys received during the last ten years, 1,950, (average age, 15.) Of these, 778 have been shipped in the national, merchant, and whaling service; 76 enlisted in the Army; 644 have been discharged on probation. Income, $65,939 40. Expenditures, $65,939 40.

TABLE XVI.—Young Men's Christian Associations of the United States.

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' 2 Montgomery, Ala. 3 San Francisco, Cal 4 San José, Cal 5 Ansonia, Conn 6 Bridgeport, Conn. 7 Bristol, Conn.. 8 Colchester, Conn. 9 Goshen, Conn. 10 Meriden, Conn. 11 | Middletown, Conn 12 Milford, Conn.. 13 Mystic, Conn. 14 | New Haven, Conn 15 New London, Conn 16 North Stonington, Conn. 17 Norwalk, Conn.. 18 Plantsville, Conn.. 19 South Norwalk, Conn. 20 Waterbury, Conn 21 Woodbury, Conn.. 22 | Cairo, nl.. 23 Jacksonville, Ill. 24 Olney, Ill 25 Princeville, Ill. 26 Shelbyville, ni. 27 Springfield, Ill 28 Aurora, Ind. 29 Cambridge, Ind 30 | Indianapolis, Ind 31 Jeffersonville, Ind 32 Lafayette, Ind 33 Cedar Rapids, Iowa. 34 Dubuque, Iowa . 35' Waterloo, Iowa 36 Manhattan, Kans 37 Louisville, Ky 38 Auburn, Me 39 Augusta, Me. 40 Bath, Me 41 Biddeford, Me. 42 Brunswick, Me 43 Gardiner, Me 44 Gorham, Me 45 Laconia, Me 46 Lewiston, Me 47 | Portland, Me 48 Skowhegan, Me. 49 Waterville, Mo 50 Winthrop, Me 51 | Yarmouth, Me.. 52 | Baltimore, Md 53 Baltimore, Md., (central) 54 Mechanicstown, MA. 55 | Woodsboro, Md.. 56 Attleboro, Mass. 57 Boston Highlands, Mass 58 Boston, Mass.. .59 Charlestown, Mass. 60 Chelsea, Mass.. 61 | Clinton, Mass. 62 Conway, Mass -63 East Boston, Mass 64 East Cambridge, Mass -65 East Weymouth, Mass. 66 Fall River, Mass. 67 Fitchburg, Mass. 68 Greenfield, Mass. 69 ) Hatfield, Mass 70 Haverhill, Mass. 71 Holden, Mass.. 72 Holliston, Mass 73 Hopkinton, Mass 174 Holyoke, Mass.. 75 Leicester, Mass 76 Leominster, Mass.

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Z. S. Gunn
C. W. Ayling
E. Gallagher.
E. A. Wilson
E. S. Clark
B. F. Lamb
John W. Ray
B. A. Johnson.
Lewis Falley.
E. F. Pomeroy
Joseph Chapman
Joseph Jones
C. E. McCallester
J. E. Hardy...
J. R. Larned.
David Cargill
A. C. Palmer..
David Pond.
Charles Nelson.
Isaac S. Mitchell.
Stephen Hinkley.
F. W. Reeves
G. W. Carcelon
W. E. Gould..
Eyre Staples.
Theodore F. White
Levi Jones.
A. L. Losing
S. W.J. Hopper
William A. Tuttle
James Creager..
W. Irving Parsons..
Charles E. Bliss..
C. E. Miles..
Moses W. Pond.
Charles E. Daniels.
Alfred Blanchard.
E. P. Whittaker
Martin L. Mead
Frank Wood
W. B. Savage
W. P. Bill.
E. C. Nason
J. C. Moulton.
D. L. Sammis
G. W. Dickinson..
G. W. Duncan
F. M. Stovell
James F. Chrisholm
John C. Adams
Amos Andrews
William F. Halman..
Robert Burt

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TABLE XVI.-Young Men's Christian Associations of the United States-Continued.

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77 Lowell, Mass

William H. Sherman.. 78 Lynn, Mass ..

Jabez Woods 79 Marblehead, Mass. .

W. R. Woodbridge. 80 Middleboro, Mass.

Samuel Pattison. 81 Milford, Mass

A. A. Cook.. 82 Northampton, Mass

N. B. Hussey 83 North Brookfield, Mass

James Miller 84 Orange, Mass

R. Hunt.. 85 Reading, Mass.

Robert Bowser. 86 Rockport, Mass.

N. Richardson, jr 87 Rutland, Mass.

W.A. Wheeler. 88 Sandwich, Mass..

J. K. Chipman. 89 Salem, Mass.

D. B. Hagar. 90 Salisbury and Amesbury, Mass. A. H. Fielden. 91 South Deerfield, Mass.

G. W. Bardwell. 92 Somerville, Mass..

W. H. Hodgkins. 93 South Boston, Mass.

Henry McCoy. 94 Spencer, Mass....

Daniel A. Ball. 35 Springfield, Mass.

Henry W. Hallett. 96 Stoneham, Mass..

J. P. Smith. 97 Sunderland, Mass.

Albert Hobart. 98 Taunton, Mass..

W. H. Fox.. 99 Townsend, Mass..

J. W. Eastman. 100 | Wakefield, Mass.

Waldo E. Sowdry. 101 West Amesbury, Mass.

James D. Pike... 102 | Westfield, Mass

E. B. Smith.. 103 Worcester, Mass..

H. H. Merriam. 104 | Adrian, Mich.

John Webster. 105 Allegan, Mich..

John O. Northrop. 106 Detroit, Mich.

David Preston. 107 | Eaton Rapids, Mich.

C. D. Keyes. 108 East Saginaw, Mich.

H. L. Harrison... 109 Grand Rapids, Mich.

Moreau S. Crosby. 110 | Hudson, Mich..

E. M. Hulburd.. 111 Ionia, Mich..

Joshua Hudson. 112 Jackson, Mich.

David W. Smith. 113 | Kalamazoo, Mich.

Henry C. Briggs. 114 | Monroe, Mich..

E. J. Boyd. 115 Niles, Mich..

H. E. Glenn. 116 Olivet, Mich.

John H. Hawitt. 117 St. Clair City, Mich..

E. L. Hill.. 118 Trenton, Mich..

Fletcher Linsley. 119 Minneapolis, Min

W.0. Hickey. 120 Rochester, Min.

J.D. Blake. 121 St. Paul, Min..

S. S. Taylor.. 122 Holden, Mo..

J. P. Morrison. 123 | Kansas City, Mo..

D. A. Williams. 124 St. Louis, Mo.

Shepard Wells. 125 St. Louis, (German) Mo.

J. C. Bartram. 126 Omaha, Nebr.

Watson B. Smith. 127 Claremont, N. H.

Osmon B. Way. 128 Concord, N. H....

S. Humphrey 129 Exeter, N. H.

Noah Hooper 130 Francistown, N. H.

N. R. Marden. 131 Farmington, N. H.

E. W. Ricker. 132 Great Falls, N. H.

Henry Swasey 133 | Manchester, N. H.

John P. Newell. 134 Nashua, N. H.

T. W. H. Mussey. 135 New Ipswich, N. H.

A. F. Newton.. 136 Salem, N. H.

Isaac Woodbury 137 Wilton, N. H.

Philander King 138 Atlantic City, N.J.

J. Henry Hayes. 139 Bridgeton, N. J.

James S. Reaves. 140 Elizabeth City, N.J.

W. J. Carlton... 141 Jersey City, N.J.

Henry W. Buxton 142 Montclair, N. J.

C. B. Morris. 143 | Newark, N.J.

C. C. Lathrop. 144 | Orange, N.J.

T. F. Seward. 145 South Orange, N. J.

Daniel Wilson. 146 Toney River, N.J.

Alexander Frazer. 147 Trenton, N. J.

Joseph I. Welling. 148 Westfield, N.J.

Israel €. Pierson. 149 | Albany, N. Y.

Edward Savage 150 | Amsterdam, N. Y.

Edward Eldsett. 151 | Auburn, N. Y.

Richard S. Holmes. 152 | Binghamton, N. Y

C. A. Whitney 153 | Brooklyn, E. D., N. Y.

J. B. Thomas.

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