Monmouth, Ills. Review Office Print. 1867. 12pp. Stitched in original printed title wrappers. Lightly worn, Very Good.
The Society's purpose is "to improve those qualities with which God in his infinite wisdom has endowed us." Membership was open to students of Monmouth College-- unless an applicant received "four negative votes." Members had to engage in "Performances," defined as "Declamation, Essay, Oration and Debate." In addition to the Constitution, By-Laws and a Penal Code [imposing monetary fines for various infractions] are printed.
Monmouth College was founded in 1853 under the auspices of the Presbyterian Church. It was one of the earliest American co-educational colleges.
Not located on OCLC as of June 2015. Item #32185