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The Daily Dispatch: June 29, 1861., [Electronic resource] 3 1 Browse Search
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 15. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones) 2 0 Browse Search
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es N. Mahoney, M. Bissett, J. Samanni, S. Simons, E. Butler, A. Finney. The second honors to Misses M. Mahoney, A. McCoy, L. Gunn, E. Lugnott, R. Carr. In the junior circle, the first honors were awarded to Misses Mary McKenney, Czerina Smith, M. Burns, C. Mann, K. McCann, M. Ann McKenny, C. Cutler, K. Butler, E. Fogarty. The second honors to Misses C. Smith, M. English, E. Perry, P. Samanni, K. Burns, J. Watkins, A. Clash. During the distribution of the testimonials quite a number of di the thoroughness of its instruction in this branch of popular education. The singing of the young Misses demonstrated the presence of thorough and perfect mastership over that most difficult "organ," the human voice. Their warbling left nothing to be desired, save that it should continue. We understand that the school has closed for the summer holidays. The closing address was delivered by Miss M. Burns. The prospects of the Academy, despite the unfavorable times, was never better.