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ained this year as Mr. Andrews' assistant. He resigned June, 1814, and was succeeded by Robert Gordon. February 25 the trustees visited District No. 5, which contains twenty-eight scholars, under the care of Nathaniel Green, and also that under Jacob Pierce, No. 4, which has fifty-eight scholars. April 12 they visited the school in Milk Row, No. 3, containing sixty-nine scholars, under Moses Hall. April 19 they visited the school at the Neck, with ninety pupils, under Mr. Bennett, and April 26 and 29 the two schools at No. 1, under Messrs. Andrews, Jaquith, and Dodge. They were perfectly satisfied with the good order and improvement of all. The schools without the Neck are kept only part of the year, and are not confined to any age. The amount spent on the schools for small children (women's schools) was $872.48. Dr. Bartlett, in his address of 1813, says: A public support of schools kept by women for primary instruction and free to every inhabitant, under the direction of the