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Chapter 18: education. Education. Harvard College. Grammar School. Elijah Corlett. Indian students. Corlett's letter of thanks to the County Court. Nich
red, March 1, 1802, that in the first of these districts, there should be a Grammar School the whole year, and a school for female children four months; in the second follows: Ward One to be in two sections, of which the first should have one Grammar School, one Middle, and one Primary, and the second, schools equivalent to one female school for the whole year; Ward Two should have one Grammar School, one Middle, and three Primary; Ward Three should have one Grammar School, one Middle, and one Grammar School, one Middle, and one Primary.
In addition to these a High School was established in 1839 for the whole town.
The first High School-house was on the corner of Windsor Street and Broadw me to time, as there shall be occasion to purchase wood for the use of said Grammar School.
If not paid, delinquent pupils were to be excluded from the school. May 1