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l; William D. Swan ($700) at the Neck School. We are able to name the teachers who served in the ten primary schools this year, at a maximum salary of $225. They were: A. G. Twy– cross, Susan Sawyer, Mary Walker, Hannah Andrews, Hannah Rea, Betsey Putnam, Ann Brown, Emeline G. White, Elizabeth L. Johnson, Margaret W. Locke, Ann W. Locke, Eliza (Ann?) Cutter, Lydia A. Skilton. The permanent funds of the trustees of Charlestown schools in 1834 were:— 35 shares of Union bank stock$3,500 Towchapel. No. 5. This school is kept by Miss E. H. Dodge, in the vestry of the Universalist meeting house on Warren street. (The rental of the room was $50 per year.) No. 6 is held in a small rear room off Lawrence street, and is under Miss Betsey Putnam. No. 7 is kept by Miss E. E. Smith, in a room on Harvard street, hired of O. Jaquith. No. 8 is in a room under No. 7, with entrance from Prescott street. Miss M. E. Chamberlin is the teacher. No. 9 belongs to the town, and is on Co
83. Pine Hill, Medford, 30, 38. Pine Island Pond, 61. Pitman Street, 60. Pitts, Samuel, 46. Polly Swamp, 53, 60, 85. Pool, Lot, 16, 22. Pope, Rev. Augustus R., 59. Prescott Street, 81. Preston Road, 56. Primary Schools, 95. Prospect Hill, 65, 73. Prospect Hill District, 74, 92. Prospect Hill Grammar School, 93, 97, 99 Prospect Hill Park, 55. Prospect Hill Primary, 95. Prospect Hill School, 75, 76, 77, 78, 79, 83, 98. Prospect Hill Schoolhouse, 55, 70. Putnam, Betsey, 72, 81. Putnam, Joanna S., 81. Pythian Block, 55. Quincy, Josiah, 7. Quincy, Mass., 9. Quincy Place, Boston, 4. Rand, Benjamin, 13, 59, 62. Rand, Caleb, 100. Rand, Henry C., 53. Rand, Thomas, 11, 58, 61. Rand, Thomas, Jr., 10. Rand, Widow, 58. Rand, William, 11. Ravine Woods, 34. Raymond, Francis II., 53. Raymond, Martha L., 53. Rea, Mrs., Hannah, 17, 72. Read, Edwin F., 53. Reasons in Favor of a Separation of Somerville from Charlestown, 40-45. Redwoods,