Professor Morgan will give a course of fifteen lectures on the "History of Classical Studies," intended primarily for students of the Classics, but open to the public, on Tuesday and Thursday afternoons at 3.30 (omitting November 10 and 26), in Harvard 1; beginning on Thursday, October 22. The subjects of the first seven lectures will be:
Oct. 22.--Introduction. -- The Middle Ages.
Oct. 27.--The Revival of Learning in the Fifteenth Century.
Oct. 29.--The French Period, Sixteenth Century.
Nov. 3.--The Older Dutch School, Seventeenth Century.
Nov. 5.--The English and the Later Dutch Schools, Eighteenth Century.
Nov. 12.--The German Period, Nineteenth Century.
Nov. 17.--Nineteenth Century, concluded.
The remaining lectures will treat of the history of Studies in Language, Literature, Philosophy and Science, History and Geography, Archaeology, Mythology and Religion, and Antiquities.