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y service, the members of the two higher classes of our colleges, to enable them to attain the degree of Bachelor of Arts.
In accord with these instructions, Gov. Swain addressed the following letter to President Davis:
University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, N. C., October 15, 1863. To his Excellency, Jefferson Davis, President of the Confederate States.
Sir—The accompaning resolutions, adopted by the trustees of this institution at their regular meeting in Raleigh, on the eighth instant, make it my duty to open a correspondence with you on the subject to which they relate.
A simple statement of the facts, which seem to me to be pertinent, without any attempt to illustrate and enforce them by argument, will, I suppose, sufficiently accomplish the purposes of the trustees.
At the close of the collegiate year 1859-60 (June 7th, 1860s), the whole number of students in our catalogue was 430.
Of these, 245 were from North Carolina, 29 from Tennessee, 28 from Louisiana,