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f Josiah Stoddard Johnston. his distinguished career. his generosity to his brothers. return of A. S. Johnston to Transylvania. appointment to United States military Academy. kindness to animals. formation of character. illustrative anecdote habitual interference for the protection of the smaller and weaker boys, are well remembered. He was then sent to Transylvania, where he remained a session, the room-mate of his townsman, John D. Taylor, who was of his own age, and who wrote con had endowed him with a genius and fondness for mathematics, which enabled him to hold a high position in his class at Transylvania. He studied hard, but at the end of the term became restless, from a desire to enter the navy. The gallant achievoarded, and by whom he was treated like a kinsman. He not only advanced himself in his mathematics during his stay at Transylvania, but obtained a very thorough training in the Latin classics, and an acquaintance with other branches of learning that