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school at the Neck. Voted that salaries for teachers of summer schools outside the Neck shall not exceed the sums allowed last year, and that the length of the term be the same, twenty weeks. Voted to pay the primary teachers a salary of $225 each. The trustees also considered the expediency of allowing the female scholars in the primary schools to practice needle work. Of bills approved in May, Cornelius Walker received $200, Samuel Barrett, $151.88 (teacher of the Female school), and Peter Conant, $200. Thursday, September 21, 1826, the ward 4 school under Miss Knight was examined by Messrs. Kelley and Phipps. The school is in a condition to deserve their unqualified disapprobation. They made an attempt to visit school No. 5, kept by Miss Frost, but owing to a want of punctuality on their part in regard to the hour assigned for it, they found the schoolhouse closed and consequently no, examination of that school took place. Friday, September 22, Messrs. Kelley, Phipps, and Wh
t the Neck schoolhouse went beyond the appropriation, $150. As is often the case in repairing old buildings, many things were necessary to be done that could not be discovered earlier in the work. Within the Neck there are ten primary schools, with the scholars ranging from four to eight years of age, and averaging sixty-three in each school. Early in the spring of 1831 L. Gulliver resigned as writing teacher at the Town Hill school, and Reuben Swan succeeded him. About the same time Mr. Conant, at the Training Field school, was followed by Amos Barker. The other male teachers on the peninsula at this time were Messrs. Fairbanks, Peirce, and Samuel Bigelow, the latter being the master at the Neck school. March 28, Voted to expel John H——d from Mr. Bigelow's school for bad conduct. The same day a report relative to the establishment of a high school was read by Chester Adams, Esq., and after amendment was adopted. 1831-1832. The teachers for the summer term without the Nec
eveland, H. W. S., 31, 33. Cobbet, E., 12. Coenonia Club, 86. Colburn, Joshua O., 16. Colburn's Mental Arithmetic, 25. Colby, Lewis, 48. College Avenue, 63, 85. Columbus Avenue, 55. Comstock's Chemistry, 98. Common Street, 81. Conant, 51. Conant, Peter, 18. Cook, A., 14. Cooke, S. N., 51. Cooper, J., 15. Copp's Hill, 5. Copps, Samuel, 10. Cordis Street, 93. Cost of Schools, 1838, 95. Cotton Hill, 2. Craigie House, Cambridge, 6. Crocker, —, 81. Cross StreConant, Peter, 18. Cook, A., 14. Cooke, S. N., 51. Cooper, J., 15. Copp's Hill, 5. Copps, Samuel, 10. Cordis Street, 93. Cost of Schools, 1838, 95. Cotton Hill, 2. Craigie House, Cambridge, 6. Crocker, —, 81. Cross Street, 57, 90. Crowninshield, Sarah M., 71. Cummings' First Lessons in Geography and Astronomy, 25. Curtis, David, 74. Curtis, H. K., 69. Curtis, Moses A., 23. Curtis, Otis, 85. Cutter, A., 13. Cutter, Charlotte. 75, 82, 83. Cutter, Eb., 14. Cutter, Edward, 13, 16. Cutter, Eliza Ann, 17, 72. Cutter, Fitch, 13, 96. Cutter, Richard E., 53. Dale, W., 14. Damon, Ellen A., 77, 83. Damon, Norwood P., 72, 74. Dane's Ledge, 57. Davenport, A., 13. Davis, D., 12. Davis,