Washington Catholic Seminary, 1822, Historical Sketch

The classes in the Seminary are, two Greek, three Latin, two French, two English, besides writing, arithmetic, geography, and mathematics. The number of students is at present above eighty.

Adjoining St. Patrick's Church.

Rev. Anthony Kohlmann, superior of the seminary.

Rev. Adam Marshall, president of the school attached to seminary.

Professors attached to the Seminary.

Messrs. Jeremiah Keiley—William Grace—Edward M'Carthy—Joseph S. Schneller—Peter W. Walsh—Ignatius Combs—James Neale— Samuel Newton—John Smith—Alex. Divoff.

"Literary and Benevolent Institutions," The Washington Directory showing the Name, Occupation, and Residence, of each Head of a Family and Person in Business, Washington, D. C., December, 1822, page 132.

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