Annette Hale, Mr. Hathaway's sister-in-law, was his assistant.
Mary A. Tay,Medford
Mary A. Hathaway,Medford
William Adams,New York
George P. Floyd,Medford
Mary A. Jackman,Byfield
Mary S. Moody,Byfield
Frances F. Stimpson,Vermont
Susie B. Noyes, Falmouth, Me.
Samuel C. Lawrence,Medford
Samuel S. Green,Medford
The Mystic house.
This summer an old landmark has been removed from its old foundations and now stands in Tufts Square, to be remodeled for mercantile and other purposes.
It is the old Mystic House, famous for its hospitality in the
on as that the recitations in the Languages and Mathematics are heard by the Principal.
The course of study is similar to that described above, and the terms the same as those before specified for day scholars.
Instruction is given in Music, Painting and Drawing, to those who desire it.
The school year consists of three terms.
One of 16 and two of 15 weeks each.
The fall term will commence on Wednesday, the 5th of September.
Medford, June 4, 1832. Albert Smith.
references.—Rev. Dr. Bates, Rev. Prof. Hough, Rev. Prof. Fowler, Middlebury College; Rev. Prof. Good-rich, Yale College; Rev. Prof. Emerson, Rev. Prof. Stuart, John Adams, Esq. Andover; Hon. Samuel Hubbard, Rev. G. W. Blagden, Boston; Hon. William Reed, Rev. Mr. Cozzens, Marblehead; Rev. Dr. Hawes, Rev. T. H. Gallaudet, Rev. J. H. Linsley. Hon. Thomas day, Hartford, Conn.; Rev. Aaron Warner, Samuel Train Esq. Medford.
Galen James, Esq., to Albert Smith, Dr.
To Tuition of his son Hora