Main Author:Wilbur, Hervey, 1786-1852.
Publishing Details:[Boston : s.n., 1831]
Description:1 sheet ( p.) ; 26 x 11 cm.
Notes:Caption title separated from text by single rule.
Signed at end: H. Wilbur.
Dated at end: Boston, Jan. 1,1831.
Text begins: The public are respectfully informed that the upper Julien Hall ... lighted with gas, will be open ... for lectures and recitations in physical and moral science. The institute ... will be called Newtonian, because science will be taught and studied as in harmony with Revelation. Courses of lectures will be given in English history, natural history of the animal kingdom, astronomy, and probably ... recitations for young ladies will be ... by day, and those for young gentlemen immediately after the lecture at evening ... tickets for sale at the bookstores, and at Dr. Wight's Druggest ...
Printed area measures 23.7 x 7.9 cm.
Printed on green paper.
Lectures and lecturing--Massachusetts--Boston.
Advertisements--Lectures and lecturing--United States--1830-1840.