and finding that the northeasterly corner of the Town's land by the Poor house will be as near central as any other spot that can well be obtained for that purpose they therefore recommend that said schoolhouse be removed and put on to said corner of the Town's land by the poor house . . . expense of removal not to exceed $10 by the Town.
Nathan Wait, Nathan Adams, and George B. Dexter were made a committee to carry out this vote.
Something went wrong, for at another meeting called July 29, 1831, Jonathan Brooks, Nathan Wait, and Joseph Swan were made a committee to consider location, and practically the same vote was passed, and again Nathan Adams, Nathan Wait, and Noah Johnson were appointed a committee to move the building.
The total cost of the removal was $119.32. This lot was near the corner of Canal and High streets.
The next building came in 1833, when on April i the town voted to build a school house in the Eastern district not to exceed $400 in the whole expense th