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ridge to live during the education of their children. The Cambridge School for girls. The Cambridge School for Girls, which now occupies the building numbered 79 on Brattle Street, was opened in October, 1886, in the house numbered 20 on Mason Street, formerly the home of Professor Peck of Harvard College, and has therefore just completed its tenth year. The number of pupils at present is about one hundred, but it was not at first intended to include so many. Mrs. Arthur Gilman, whose inuction of her own children, and it was only when she found that there were many other mothers who wished to send their daughters of various ages to the same teachers, that she relinquished the scheme, and Mr. Gilman took it up. The house on Mason Street was bought for the school, and there it remained until three years ago, when the present edifice was erected and ready for occupancy. During this period, the original building had been constantly enlarged as the numbers increased, and when pu