The Agricultural College at Ludinghausen, Germany, has 158 pupils. These colleges are established for farmers' sons, who are taught arts and sciences useful to their calling, such as chemistry, botany, surveying, bookkeeping, etc.; a good common school education being the only requisite for admission to these colleges.
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