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ose connected with Mrs. Rowson's school, who belonged in Medford, I have obtained the following list: Lydia Bishop. Rebecca Bishop. Fanny Blanchard. Lucy Brooks. Lucia Gray. Sallie Richardson. Ann Rose. Hannah Swan. Peggy Swan. Catherine Thompson. Fanny Tufts. Peggy Tufts. Sarah Wait. Harri gild the prospect more. Dear Hannah, may your morn as brightly shine And your meridian be From those dark vapors free Which overshadowed mine. According to Brooks' History of Medford, revised by Mr. Usher, in May, 1811, Miss Ann Rose of London, opened a day school for girls in the brick edifice known as the Fort on Governor Think you hear her spirit say, Do not wish me back again. S. R. Rebecca Holmes Bishop, her sister, was born October 20, 1785; died, October 26, 1807. Lucy Brooks, born June 16, 1775, was the daughter of John and Lucy Smith Brooks. She married Rev. George O'Kill Stuart, York, Upper Canada. (Boston Weekly Magazine, Octob