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and exhorted, and their parents acquainted with their behavior. The three schools without the Neck were all visited in the spring (1813), and the trustees can with sincere pleasure bestow the most unqualified approbation on them. The sum required for the current year will be $3,000, the same as last year. From the report read May 2, 1814:— The writing school, kept by D. Fuller, was vacated by him May 20, and Mr. Jaquith took the charge until June 8, when David Dodge was installed. July 18 Mr. Alger suddenly resigned as principal of the grammar school, on account of ill health, and Abraham Andrews, A. B., was elected his successor August 9. Mr. Stickney, at the Neck, gave up his position January 15, and was later succeeded by John Bennett. Mr. Jaquith was retained 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 Nathanie