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nuary 15, and was later succeeded by John Bennett. Mr. Jaquith was retained this year as Mr. Andrews' assistant. He resigned June, 1814, and was succeeded by Robert Gordon. February 25 the trustees visited District No. 5, which contains twenty-eight scholars, under the care of Nathaniel Green, and also that under Jacob Pierce,and the same salary as for masters at other schools within the Neck was voted him, $666.66. April 6, 1816, David Dodge resigned as writing master, and later Robert Gordon, formerly assistant, was promoted to the mastership. Samuel Campbell was elected to second place, at a salary of $500. Friday, April 19, Milk Row School, uthe report, signed May 5, 1817, we learn that District No. 3 is still maintaining two summer schools, namely, at Milk Row and Winter Hill. In speaking of No. 1, R. Gordon's services are highly praised. 1817-1818. August 9, 1817, the trustees have looked up the Lancastrian system of education, and paid Mr. Dixon $20 for his i
the larger sum. At the examination the school of Messrs. Sawyer and Gordon was highly praised. At the last visit of the trustees, there were ncerning this gentleman, the report adds: Nor are the services of Mr. Gordon less important. November 8 we read that Mr. Gordon is to receiveMr. Gordon is to receive his £ 200 per annum and a grant of $20 for the last quarter. Unforeseen expenses, to the amount of $385, had exceeded the appropriation; theation. Present at these examinations: at No. 1 (Messrs. Sawyer and Gordon's), 203; at the female school (Mr. Whitney and Miss Carlisle's), 12ighly praised, and his salary raised $100. It is recommended that Mr. Gordon's salary be increased a similar amount. He has been in the schoo. In October the school in district No. 1, under Messrs. Sawyer and Gordon, was examined and gave satisfaction. October 20, Cornelius Walker charge of the new school on the Pound lot. November 2, 1824, Robert Gordon, of the grammar school, is spoken of as lately deceased, and th
George, 23. Gibbs, Jonathan, 95. Giles, Joseph B., 47. Gilman's Field, 11. Glisson, Captain, 33. Gloria. Patri, 3. Gloucester, Eng., 77. Gloucester, Mass., 1. Goodwin, Captain, 40. Goodwin, Deacon, David, 63, 66. Goodwin, John, 89. Gordon, Captain George A., 77. Gordon, Robert, 68, 71, 72, 92, 93, 97, 99. Gordon, Yorick S., 71, 73. Gorham, Mary, 39. Gorham, Nathaniel, 21, 42, 63, 65. Gorham, Nathaniel, Jr., 63. 66. Gorham, Hon., Nathaniel, 21, 65. Gragg, Mr., 93, 95. GGordon, Robert, 68, 71, 72, 92, 93, 97, 99. Gordon, Yorick S., 71, 73. Gorham, Mary, 39. Gorham, Nathaniel, 21, 42, 63, 65. Gorham, Nathaniel, Jr., 63. 66. Gorham, Hon., Nathaniel, 21, 65. Gragg, Mr., 93, 95. Graves, Thomas, 4. Gray, P. T., 70. Greaves, Doct., 83. Greaves, Katherine, 84. Greaves, Margaret, 84. Greaves, Phoebe, 84. Greaves, Dr., Thomas, 84, 85. Greene, 79. Green, General, 6. Green, James, 63. Green Mountain Institute, 1. Green, Nathaniel, 68, 69. Grubb, William, 41. Halifax, 86. Hall, Moses, 68. Hall, Richard, 89. Hall, Stephen, 85, 86. Hampton, 87. Hancock, Governor, 15. Hancock, Captain, John, 15, 21. Hancock, Rev., John, 15. Harlow, Thomas S., 1. Harris