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and Ainslie, who have charge of the school. The members of the Night School were out nearly in full force, numbering, say, one hundred and thirty pupils present out of 180. The exercises commenced with a brief address from the President, A. M. Bailey, Esq., who urged the claims of the school upon the citizens, and gave the pupils some wholesome advice to guide them in future life.--He then introduced Mr. Salter, senior teacher of the school. Under his direction sundry of the scholars decle Holy Bible, and presented it to Mr. Salter as a token of esteem and respect for their teacher. The present was a very fine one, and totally unexpected by the recipient, whose feelings well night forbid a suitable response. This done, President Bailey announced the evening's exercises closed, and the conclusion of the session of the Night School for the winter of 1860-61. A gentleman who kindly furnished us with an account of the exercises, after the above was in type, says: "The fri