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fessor of hydrography, 2 assistant professors, 1 teacher of fencing and swimming, 1 lecturer on practical shipbuilding, and 1 teacher of artillery and infantry tactics.
THE POLYTECHNIC SCHOOL OF OPORTO. In this school mathematics, natural history, and political economy are taught by 13 professors, but the courses are less extended than in the Polytechnic School of Lisbon. The programme of studies is as follows: First chair, arithmetic, algebra, geometry, &c.; second chair, algebra as applied to geometry; third chair, descriptive geometry; fourth chair, drawing; fifth chair, spherical trigonometry, the principles of astronomy and geodesy ; seventh chair, natural history applied to art and to professions; eighth chair, physical and mechanical industries; ninth chair, chemistry and the working of mines; tenth chair, botany, agriculture, rural economy, ani veterinary surgery; eleventh chair, commercial and industrial economy; twelfth chair, political economy, commercial and administrative law; thirteenth chair, mechanics. The regular professors receive a salary of $700 each and the assistant professors receive $400 eacb.
The following table shows the number of students, &c., from 1870 to 1873, inclusive :
THE MEDICO-SURGICAL SCHOOLS OF LISBON AND OPORTO. Each of these schools has 12 regular professors, at a salary of $700 each ; 4 assistant professors, at a salary of $400 each ; 1 lecturer in surgery, 1 professor and keeper of the museum of anatomy, and 1 professor of pharmacy, each receiving a salary of $300 a year.
The following is a statement of the number of students, &c., from 1870 to 1873:
The following branches are taught in each of these schools: Anatomy physiology, hygiene, patural history of medicines, external pathology, surgical appliances, operations, midwifery, internal pathology, clinical treatment, clinical medicine, medical jurisprudence, public health, and pathological anatomy.
THE MEDICO-SURGICAL SCHOOL OF FUNCHAL.
This school has 2 professors, receiving a salary of $400 each, one a professor of anatomy and physiology, the other a professor of pathology and materia medica, besides a professor of pharmacy, who receives a compensation of $60 a year.
The following table shows the attendance from 1870 to 1873:
This course has five professorships, in which the following branches are taught: First chair, general history of the kingdom ; second chair, Latin and Greek literature; third chair, modern European literature, especially Portuguese; fourth chair, philosophy; fifth chair, philosophical history.
There are 5 professors, receiving a salary of $600 each. King Dom Pedro V founded this course and endowed it with a capital of $30,000.
Statistics of the course of adranced literature from 1870 to 1873.
For public secondary instruction there are 18 lyceums, viz: 17 at the capitals of the administrative districts and 1 in Lamego. There is besides a lyceum in each of the district capitals of the adjacent islands.
Statistics of secondary schools for the school year. 1873–74.
The lyceums above named are divided into two classes, viz: first and
The second class lyceums have 5 professors, at a salary of $350 each.
The following table shows the attendance in secondary schools in
THE ROYAL MILITARY COLLEGE.
In the year 1803, a private college was founded for the education of
The object of the college was to be twofold: first, to reward the
According to the original system, which was in force until 1850, a com-
The professorships of fortification and topography having been dis-
There are 2 primary normal schools, one for boys and one for girls.
In 1862 there were in Portugal 1,336 public schools for boys and 127
In 1874 the number of male and female teachers in the kingdom was
The following table shows the number of schools and pupils on the
The following table presents the statistics of examinations of pupils
Statistics of public primary schools, according to districts, for the year 1871–72.
Total for the islands