ending Aug 30th, 1828 awarded to Miss L——M——S—— by her Instructress E. Bradbury
For her unexceptionable conduct & uniform exertions to improve, is entitled to the thanks of her Friend & Instructress
E. Bradbury Medford, Sept. 12th, 1829.
This certifies that
Miss L——M——S—— has obtained every merit required during 6 days ending Aug 27 and is entitled to the unqualified approbation of her friend & Instructress E. Bradbury South Street Seminary, Medford, 1831
I have a copy of a character (as it is called) of a miss of eleven for the term closing February 27, 1841, in which her deportment for each of twelve weeks is specifically written out at length, followed by a tabulated account of lessons, credits, errors, etc. This young girl belonged in Medford, and her behavior was excellent.
If each pupil received a similar account there must have been a great deal of writing for the preceptress to do. I also have seen a l