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imothy Thompson, who was succeeded by David Devens. 1811, Rev. William Collier, Jonas Tyler, William Austin, Joseph Phipps, Samuel Kent, Philemon R. Russell, Ebenezer Cutter. 1812, Rev. William Collier, Dr. Abram R. Thompson, Captain Nehemiah Wyman, Captain Daniel Reed, David S791. With the election in 1811 and 1812, respectively, of Rev. William Collier, pastor of the First Baptist church of Charlestown, and Abraracts. May 8, 1812, the board of trustees organized, with Rev. William Collier, president; Abram R. Thompson, secretary; Nehemiah Wyman, trMarch 25, 1818. The trustees examined School No. 3. Present, Rev. Mr. Collier, Messrs. I. Tufts, P. Tufts, and Thompson. About fifty scholarrls' school was kept. It seems that it was built and owned by Rev. Mr. Collier, and stood adjacent to Mr. Collier's meeting house. The BaptiMr. Collier's meeting house. The Baptist society was allowed the use of the building for a Sunday school. The school numbered 241 April 23, 1819. The boys' school, kept by Messr
continued). Frank Mortimer Hawes The trustees for the year 1817 were Rev. William Collier, Abram R. Thompson, M. D., Captain Nehemiah Wyman, David Stetson, Isaac Tufts, Peter Tufts, Jr., Elias Phinney. 1818, Rev. William Collier, A. R. Thompson, M. D., Isaac Tufts, Elias Phinney, James K. Frothingham, Joel Tufts, John Soleycceeded, June 11, by Charles Fiske, who taught only to December 11, when Rev. William Collier was engaged. In September the lower floor of this schoolhouse was finisnt, as follows: At No. 1,200; at the female school, 101; at No. 2, kept by Rev. Mr. Collier, 90; at No. 3, under Daniel Russell, 61; at No. 4, under Simeon Booker, 33ith two new teachers, Henry Bartlett and Miss Ann D. Sprague. At the Neck Mr. Collier's resignation took effect June 20. After a short vacation there, Mr. Gragg the land, with the building thereon, now occupied by the female school, but Mr. Collier declined to sell for the present. May 11, 1822. Voted that Nathan Tufts
n, 41. Chapman, Richard, 41. Charter of William and Mary, 79. Chauncy, President, 79. Chelmsford, Mass., 87. Chelsea, Mass., 38, 77. Chelsea Point, 100. Chicago, Ill., 8. Christ Church, Cambridge, Mass., 85. City Square, Charlestown, Mass., 65, 78. Clark, Joseph, 47. Clark, Joseph H., 47. Cleveland, Miriam, 85. Coffin, Damaris (Gayer), 87. Coffin, Nathaniel, 87. Colburn's Mental Arithmetic, 101. Colburn, Mr., 93, 94. College Avenue, 14. College Hill, 6. Collier, Rev., William, 64, 66, 67, 72, 73, 90, 91, 92, 93, 96. Conant, Peter, 99. Concord, Mass., 87. Concord Street, 7. Coombs. Michael, 100. Cordis, Captain, 19. Cordis Street, 100. Court of Assistants, 77. Cox, Lemuel, 44. Cummings' First Lessons in Geography and Astronomy, 101. Cushing, Luther S., 96, 97. Cutter, Ebenezer, 64, Cutter, Edward, 16, 90. Cutter, Fitch. 16. Cutter, Miss Rebecca, 94. Cutter, Lieutenant, Samuel, 16, 19. Cutter, Sarah, 95. Daboll's Arithmeti