t known, but there was no more trouble, and Mr. Hathaway proved to the satisfaction of everybody concerned that he was both able and willing to protect his pupils.
After resigning as teacher of the West Grammar School Mr. Hathaway opened a private English and Classical School and fitted young men of his school for college.
Amherst, Dartmouth, Harvard, Tufts and Williams Colleges all received students from his school.
His school was first located in the second story of the Medford Branch Raed good instruments, and enjoyed assisting and instructing his pupils on the east field.
He was very strong in the languages, particularly Latin.
I studied that before the English grammar, by his advice.
Miss Hale taught the younger pupils in English, but we always recited in language and elocution in the larger room to Mr. Hathaway.
He always seemed to be suffering from a hidden malady that sapped his bodily strength, aud we were conscious of his fortitude in bearing his burden.
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