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139. Odessa, Russia: Noworossijskij Universitet, 581 students. Philosophical, scientific, and law faculties; library.

140. Olmütz, Moravia, Austria: Theologische Facultät, 246 students.

141. Oviedo, Spain: Universidad Literaria, 269 students. Law faculty; library. 142. Oxford, England: University, 3,365 students. Theological, law, medical, scientific, and philosophical faculties; Bodleian library.

143. Padua, Italy: Regia Università degli Studi di Padua, 1,616 students. Law, medical, scientific, and philosophical faculties, and schools of engineering and pharmacy; library.

144. Palermo, Sicily, Italy: Regia Università degli Studi di Palermo, 1,486 students. Law, medical, scientific, and philosophical faculties, and schools of engineering and pharmacy; library.

145. Paris, France: (1) Université de Paris, 11,090 students. Protestant theological, law, medical, scientific, and philosophical faculties, and schools of engineering and pharmacy; libraries. 146. Paris, France: (2) Facultés libres. Law and philosophical faculties; library. 147. Paris, France: (3) Collége de France.

148. Paris, France: (4) Muséum d'histoire naturelle.

149. Paris, France: (5) École pratique des hautes études en Sorbonne, 233 students. Philosophical and theological faculties; library.

150. Paris, France: (6) École nationale des beaux-arts.

151. Paris, France: (7) École nationale de chartes.

152. Paris, France: (8) École du Louvre.

153. Paris, France: (9) École des langues orientales vivantes and other special

schools.

schools.

154. Parma, Italy: Regia Università degli Studi di Parma, 524 students. Law, medical, and scientific faculties, and veterinary and pharmaceutical 155. Pavia, Italy: Regia Università degli Studi di Pavia, 1,345 students. Law. medical, scientific, and philosophical faculties; pharmaceutical school and library.

156. Perugia, Italy: Università Libera degli Studi di Perugia, 298 students. Law, and medical faculties, and pharmaceutical and veterinary schools; library. 157. St. Petersburg, Russia: Imperatorskij Universitet, 3,392 students. Philosophical, scientific, law, and oriental languages faculties; library.

158. St. Petersburg, Russia: Imperatorskij Wozensio-Medicineskaja Akademja, 750 students. Medical faculty; library.

159. St. Petersburg, Russia: Theological Academy, 239 students; also a law school, 300 students, independent of the university.

160. St. Petersburg, Russia: Military medical school, 750 students.

161. St. Petersburg, Russia: Law Academy, 300 students, and several other special schools.

162. Pisa, Italy: Regia Università degli Studi di Pisa, 1,066 students. Law, philosophical, medical, and scientific faculties, and engineering, pharmaceutical, veterinary, and agricultural schools; library.

163. Poitiers, France: Facultés de Poitiers, 957 students. Law, scientific, and philosophical faculties; library.

164. Prague, Bohemia, Austria: K. k. Deutsche Carl-Ferdinands Universität, 1,424

students. Theological, law, medical, and philosophical faculties; library. 165. Prague, Bohemia, Austria: C. k. česk Universitet Karlo-Ferdinandovij, 2,815 students. Theological, law, medical, and philosophical faculties; library. 166. Presburg, Hungary: Jógakademia, 149 students. Law and philosophical faculties; library.

167. Recife, Brazil: Faculdade de direito, 180 students. Law faculty.

168. Rennes, France: Facultés de Rennes, 1,477 students. Law, scientific, and philosophical faculties; library.

169. Rome, Italy: Regia Università degli Studi di Roma, 1,914 students. Philosophical, scientific, law, and medical faculties; engineering and pharmaceutical schools; library.

170. Rome, Italy: A number of colleges supported by the Church; also a woman's university with 94 students.

171. Rostock, Mecklenburg, Germany: Grossherzogliche Universität, 509 students. Theological, law, medical, and philosophical faculties; library.

172. Salamanca, Spain: Universidad de Salamanca, 1,247 students. Philosophical and law faculties: library.

173. Salzburg, Austria: Theologische Fakultät, 71 students.

174. Santiago, Chile: University with 4 faculties and 1,000 students.

175. Santiago, Spain: Universidad de Santiago. Law, medical, and pharmaceutical faculties; library.

176. Saragossa, Spain: Universidad de Zaragoza, 966 students. Philosophical, law, medical, and scientific faculties; provincial library.

177. Sarospatak, Hungary: Theologische und Rechtsschule, 121 students. 178. Sassari, Italy: Regia Università degli Studi di Sassari, 166 students. Law, medical, and scientific faculties; library.

179. Sevilla, Spain: Universidad de Sevilla. Philosophical, law, and scientific faculties; library.

180. Sheffield, England: University College (belongs to Oxford University), 450 students; also a medical school.

181. Siena, Italy: Regia Università degli Studi di Siena, 257 students. Law and medical faculties and pharmaceutical school; library.

182. Sophia, Bulgaria: Wische utschilische w Sophia, 380 students. 183. Stockholm, Sweden: Stockholms Högs Kola, 337 students.

184. Stockholm, Sweden: Medical Institute, 305 students.

185. Strassburg, Alsace, Germany: Kaiser Wilhelms Universität, 1,064 students. Theological, law, medical, philosophical, and scientific faculties; provincial library.

186. Sydney, New South Wales, Australia: University of Sydney, 454 students. 187. Tokyo, Japan: Teikoku Daigaku, 1,620 students. Law, medical, philosophical, and scientific faculties and school of engineering; library.

188. Tomsk, Siberia: Imperatorskij Tomskij Universitet, 430 students. Theological and medical faculties; library.

189. Toronto, Canada: University of Toronto, 1,353 students. Philosophical, law, and medical faculties; library.

190. Toronto, Canada: Victoria University, 250 students.

library.

191. Toronto, Canada: Two medical schools.

Arts and theology;

192. Toulouse, France: Facultés de Toulouse, 1,808 students. Law, philosophical, scientific, and medical faculties; library.

193. Toulouse, France: Facultés Libres Catholiques. Theological and philosophical faculties; library.

194. Tübingen Würtemberg, Germany: K. Eberhard Karls Universität, 1,310 students. Theological, law, medical, philosophical, and scientific faculties; library. 195. Turin, Italy: Regia Università degli Studi di Torino, 2,434 students. Law, medical, philosophical, and scientific faculties and pharmaceutical school; library. 196. Upsala, Sweden: Kongl. Universitet i Upsala, 1,505 students. Theological, law, medical, and philosophical faculties; library.

197. Urbino, Italy: Libera Università degli Studi di Urbino, 93 students. Law and mathematical faculties and pharmaceutical and surgical schools; library. 198. Utrecht, Netherlands: Rijks Universität te Utrecht, 732 students. Philosophical, medical, theological, law, and scientific faculties; library. 199. Valencia, Spain: Universidad de Valencia, 726 students. Law, scientific, and medical faculties; library.

200. Valladolid, Spain: Universidad de Valladolid. Law and medical faculties; library. 201. Vienna, Austria: K. k. Universität, 7,026 students. Law, theological, medical, and philosophical faculties; library and numerous university institutes.

202. Vienna, Austria: Protestantische Theologische Fakultät, 22 students. 203. Vienna, Austria: K. k. Orientalische Akademie, 25 students; also Lehranstalt für Orientalische Sprachen, 120 students.

204. Warsaw, Poland, Russia: Imperatorskij Warschawskij Universitet, 1,088 students. Philosophical, scientific, law, and medical faculties: library. 205. Würzburg, Bavaria, Germany: K. Julius-Maximilians Universität, 1,467 students. Theological, law, medical, and philosophical faculties; library. 206. Zürich, Switzerland: Schweizerische Hochschule, 784 students. Theological, law, medical, and philosophical faculties; cantonal and city libraries.

Argentina: Cordoba.

FOREIGN UNIVERSITIES.

IV. Arranged according to countries.

Australia: Adelaide, Melbourne, Sydney.

Austria: Czernowitz, Graz. Innsbruck, Krakau, Lemberg, Olmütz, Prague (German), Prague (Bohemian), Salzburg, Vienna.

Belgium: Brussels, Ghent, Liege, Louvain.

Bolivia: (Universities not mentioned in "Minerva.")
Brazil: Recife.

Bulgaria: Sophia.

Canada: Montreal, Toronto.

Cape Colony: Cape City.

Chile: Santiago.

China: (College of Foreign Knowledge.)

Colombia: (Universities not mentioned in "Minerva.")

Costa Rica: (None.)

Cuba: Habana.

Denmark: Copenhagen.

Ecuador: Quito.

Egypt: Kairo.

England: (See also Ireland, Scotland, and Wales below.) Birmingham, Bristol, Cambridge, Durham, Leeds, Liverpool, London, Manchester, Newcastle, Nottingham, Oxford, Sheffield.

France: Aix, Algiers, Angers, Besançon, Bordeaux, Caen, Clermont, Dijon, Grenoble, Lille, Limoges, Lyons, Marseilles, Montauban, Montpellier, Nancy, Nantes, Paris, Poitiers, Rennes, Toulouse.

Germany: Berlin, Bonn, Braunsberg, Breslau, Erlangen, Freiburg, Giessen, Göttingen, Greifswald, Halle, Heidelberg, Jena, Kiel, Königsberg, Leipzig, Marburg, Munich, Münster, Rostock, Strassburg, Tübingen, Würzburg. Greece: Athens.

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Hungary: Agram, Budapest, Eperies, Erlau, Fünfkirchen, Gross wardein, Kaschau, Kecskemet, Klausenburg, Presburg, Sarospatak.

India: Allahabad, Bombay, Calcutta, Lahore, Madras.

Ireland: Belfast, Cork, Dublin, Galway.

Italy: Bologna, Cagliari, Camerino, Catania, Ferrara, Florence, Genoa, Macerata, Messina, Modena, Naples, Padua, Palermo, Parma, Pavia, Perugia, Pisa, Rome, Sassari, Siena, Turin, Urbino.

Japan: Tokyo.

Korea: (None.)

Mexico: (Schools of law, medicine, engineering, etc.)

Montenegro: (Theological seminary, not mentioned in "Minerva.")

Morocco: (None.)

Netherlands: Amsterdam, Groningen, Leiden, Utrecht.

New Zealand: One university.

Nicaragua: (None.)

Norway: Christiania.

Orange Free State: (None.)

Paraguay: (National college, not mentioned in "Minerva.")

Persia: (Several colleges, not mentioned in "Minerva.”)

Peru: Lima.

Philippine Islands: Manila.

Portugal: Coimbra.

Roumania: Bucharest, Jassy.

Russia: Charkow, Dorpat, Helsingfors, Jaroslavl, Kasan, Kiew, Moscow, Odessa,

St. Petersburg, Warsaw.

Salvador: (One university, not mentioned in "Minerva.")

Santo Domingo: (None.)

Scotland: Aberdeen, St. Andrews, Dundee, Edinburgh, Glasgow.

Servia: Belgrade.

Siam: (None.)

Siberia: Tomsk.

South African Republic: (None.)

Spain: Barcelona, Cadiz, Granada, Madrid, Oviedo, Salamanca, Santiago, Saragossa, Sevilla, Valencia, Valladolid.

Sweden: Gothenburg, Lund, Stockholm, Upsala.

Switzerland: Basel, Berne, Freiburg, Geneva, Lausanne, Neuchâtel, Zürich.

Turkey: (Several colleges, not mentioned in "Minerva.")

Uruguay: Montevideo.

Venezuela: (Universities not mentioned in “ Minerva.")
Wales: Aberystwith, Bangor, Cardiff, Lampeter.

B.-TECHNOLOGICAL SCHOOLS.

Aachen (Aix la Chapelle), Prussia, Germany, founded 1870; 363 students.
Berlin, Prussia, Germany, founded 1779; 2,693 students.
Braunschweig, Germany, founded 1745; 399 students.

Brünn, Austria, founded 1850; 287 students.

Budapest, Hungary, founded in 1856; 1,251 students.
Copenhagen, Denmark, founded 1829; 431 students.

Darmstadt, Hessia, Germany, founded 1868: 1,178 students.
Delft, Netherlands, founded 1864; 428 students.

Dresden, Saxony, Germany, founded 1828; 905 students.
Graz, Styria, Austria, founded 1811; 253 students.

Hanover, Prussia, Germany, founded 1879; 1,101 students.
Karlsruhe, Baden, Germany, founded 1825; 996 students.
Lemberg, Galicia, Austria, founded 1344; 365 students.
Lisbon, Portugal, founded 1837.

London, England, founded 1884; 210 students.

Milan, Italy, founded 1863; 441 students.

Moscow, Russia, founded 1832; 621 students.

Munich, Bavaria, Germany, founded 1827; 1,756 students.

Naples, Italy, founded 1863; 230 students.

Paris, France, founded 1794; 220 students.

St. Petersburg, Russia, founded 1828; 4 schools, with 2,071 students.

Porto, Portugal, founded 1877; 322 students.

Prague, Bohemia, Austria, founded 1806 and 1868; 2 schools, with 1,154 students. Riga, Russia, founded 1832; 1,081 students.

São Paulo, Brazil, founded 1894; - students.

Sheffield, England, founded 1885; 650 students.

Stockholm, Sweden, founded 1798; 315 students.

Stuttgart, Würtemberg, Germany, founded 1829; 910 students.

Turin, Italy, founded --; 380 students.

Vienna, Austria, founded 1815; 1,235 students.

Zürich, Switzerland, founded 1851; 1,333 students.

NOTE. Several noted technological schools in Italy and in other countries are connected with universities, hence are not mentioned separately in this list.

C.-HIGHER AGRICULTURAL, FORESTRY, AND MINING SCHOOLS,

[Figures in brackets signify date of founding.]

Altenburg, Hungary [1819], Agricultural Academy; 103 students.
Aschaffenburg, Bavaria, Germany [1844], Forestry Academy: 158 students.
Berlin, Prussia, Germany [1806], Agricultural Academy; 702 students.

Berlin, Prussia, Germany [1860], Mining Academy.

Campinas, São Paulo, Brazil [1887], Agricultural Institution.

Clausthal, Prussia, Germany [1775], Mining Academy; 172 students.

Coopers Hill, England [1885], Forestry Academy.

Copenhagen, Denmark [1858], Veterinary and Agricultural Academy; 370 students.

Debreczin, Hungary [1865], Agricultural Academy: 98 students.

Eberswalde, Prussia, Germany [1820], Forestry Academy; 62 students.

Eisenach, Saxe-Weimar, Germany [1859], Forestry Academy; 30 students.

Erois, Finland, Russia [1859], Forestry Academy: 16 students.

Freiberg, Saxony, Germany [1765], Mining Academy; 231 students.

Gembloux, Belgium [1860], Agricultural Academy.

Grignon, France [1828], Agricultural Academy.

Hohenheim, Würtemberg, Germany [1818], Agricultural Academy; 113 students.
Keszthely, Hungary [1865], Agricultural Academy; 110 students.
Kolozsmonostor, Hungary [1869], Agricultural Academy; 100 students.

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Leoben, Styria, Austria [1894], Mining Academy; 208 students.

Madrid, Spain [?], Schools of Engineering, Agriculture, and Veterinary Science.
Moscow, Russia [?], Agricultural and Forestry Academy; 109 students.
Münden, Prussia, Germany [1868], Forestry Academy; 46 students.

Nancy, France [1824], Forestry Academy; 27 students.

Nowaja-Alexandria, Poland, Russia [1892], Agricultural and Forestry Academy;

254 students.

Paris, France [?], Agricultural and Mining Academies.

Poppelsdorf, Prussia, Germany [1846], Agricultural Academy: 395 students. Pribram, Bohemia, Austria [1849], Mining Academy; 101 students. Schemnitz, Hungary [?], Forestry and Mining Academy; 200 students.

St. Etienne, France [1816], Mining Academy; 20 students.

Stockholm, Sweden [1823], Forestry School; also Agricultural Academy [1811].
St. Petersburg, Russia [1773], Mining and Forestry Institutes; 752 students.
Tharandt, Saxony, Germany [1811], Forestry Academy; 91 students.
Vienna, Austria [1872], Agricultural Academy; 291 students.

NOTE. Other similar higher institutions of learning are connected with universities; hence they are not mentioned in this list of separate institutions.

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