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It was voted in May, 1825, that Messrs. Edward Cutter, Chester Adams, and Rev. Henry Jackson of the trustees have charge of the Milk Row and Winter Hill schools; thatd 6 be provided with a master the ensuing winter by Messrs. Cutter, Adams, and Jackson, and that Messrs Parker and Russell attend to that duty for wards 4 and 5. Oct and eighteen respectively. There were present of the trustees Messrs. Adams, Jackson, Cutter, and Pool. Remarks were made by several of these gentlemen, and the exercises were closed by an address to the Throne of Grace by Rev. Mr. Jackson. Mr. Joshua O. Colburn was employed to teach the winter school at ward 3 five months, to ommittees. Mr. Benjamin Whipple was made secretary of the board in place of Mr. Jackson, who was ill. Samuel Bigelow is still teacher of the school at the Neck. Vo The winter schools without the Neck were examined as follows: No. 6, by Messrs. Jackson and Whipple, the others by Messrs. Walker and Kelley. The number of schol
er than fourteen, as heretofore. The report, which is signed by Chester Adams, secretary, in closing says: The children never appeared to the trustees so deserving of commendation as at the present time. 1829-1830. From the report of Rev. Henry Jackson, secretary of the Board of Trustees for this year, we learn the following facts (concerning Charlestown school affairs):— The schools without the peninsula were taught from nine to eleven months each. At the examination of the primary y, a member of the Cambridge school, was put in charge. From bills approved we learn that Mr. Allen received $51.68; Mr. Hastings, $98; Mr. Russell, $120; Mr. Colby, $76.40; and Mr. Sawyer, $124. At the examination of No. 7, Messrs. Wyman and Jackson reported that Mr. Hastings had taught the school with much ability, and they were highly gratified. No. 6 was also commended by the examiners, Messrs. Wyman and Walker. Mr. Colby's school was examined by Chester Adams. Forty-eight were present
ety, Somerville, Officers of, 84. Hoit, A. G., 21. Holden, Bertha E., 53. Holden, Oliver, 73. Hollis Hall, 6. Holmes, O. W., 3, 53. Holmes' Field, 6. Holroyd, John, 20, 22. Holt, Chauncey, 90. Hooper, John C., 93. Hooper, Thomas, 22. Hovey, James, 77, 80, 83. Hovey, W., 15. Hunnewell, William, 13. Hurd, J. Stearns, 20, 21. Hutchinson, H., 15. Hutchinson, Thomas, 11. Hyde, Adeline, 17. Inman Street, Cambridge, 9. Ireland, George W., 56. Ireland, John, 10, 56. Jackson, Rev., Henry, 16, 18, 46. Jaques, Fannie C., 53. Jaques, Henry, 23, 48. Jaques, Colonel, Samuel, 89, 90. Jaqtith, Miss, 52. Jaquith, O., 81. Jaquith, Mrs., Polly, 17. Jeemes, J., 15. Jeffurds, Mary W., 51, 67. Jenks, Joseph W., 46. Jewett, Henry I., 71. Johnson, C. A., 82. Johnson, Elizabeth L., 72. Johnson, Jotham, 12. Jones, Mary E., 82, 83. Jones, Roxanna, 17. Joy, Benjamin, 12. Judkins, R., 15, 19, 20. Kelly, Hall J., 10, 17, 18. Kendall, Isaac, 71. Kent house, 60. Kent, J