try was then being taught for a stipend equally or even more paltry.
Her successors were:—
Miss Eliza S. Forbes, from May 11 to November 29, 1841.
Miss Frances Gregg, from December 13, 1841, to March 12, 1846.
Miss Angelina Wellington, from March 24 to May 19. 1846.
Miss Mary W. Wilder, from June 16 1846, to Augusta desire to raise the standard of fitness for admission, no class was received.
Six of the assistants were once members of the school; namely, Miss Sparrell, Miss Gregg, Miss Wellington, Mr. Redman, Miss Barr, and Miss Teele.
It will not be deemed invidious if allusion be made to the subsequent history of some of these assistants.
Miss Wellington married Mr. Darius Crosby and still resides in town.
Miss Gregg continued to teach for many years in Florida and New Jersey.
Mr. Redman left teaching to study civil engineering at Harvard College, which profession he followed till 1862, when he enlisted in the Massachusetts 39th, from which he was t