s Ann Rose, Miss Hannah Swan, Mrs. Newton, and others, carried on large and successful private schools for many years.
Mystic Hall Seminary, in the fifties, trained young ladies in
Composition, Criticism, Moral and Intellectual Philosophy and Horseback riding.
English branches, French and Latin languages, Ancient languages and Mathematics.
Penmanship and Bookkeeping.
Spanish and German, Drawing and Dancing, Embroidery, Needlework, Phonography, French conversation.
Singing, Harp, Guitar, Piano and Organ.
Painting in Oils and Papier Mache, Monochromatic, Grecian, Oriental, Potichomania, Painting in Water Colors, Wax fruit and flowers, Inlaying of Pearl, Leather Work, Head drawing, Crayon or Colored.
Anatomy, Physiology and Hygiene.
The course comprises four departments, the physical, the moral, the mental and the graceful.
Boarding pupils, including all the comforts of home, use of carriages, saddle horses, salt water bathing, gymnasium, bowling alley, and all the pri