Among tlie members of the lategraduating class of Columbia law scliool was Mr. Samuel Long Williams, ayoungcolored gentleman fioni Michigan. His entrance to the school in the fall of 1S82 caused quite a cominotion, and his graduation, together with his additional success ia winning the second " university prize" for the best legal thesis, gives hiui just cause to be proud of the achievment. Ur. Williams graduated from the llterary course at Anu Aibor, Micli., class of '81, and is at present aclerk in the pension office. On the recommendation of President J. B. Angelí he was selecta! as principal of a seminary at Greensboiough, Ala., which positiou he creditably filled duiiiigtheyenrof 1S81-82.