ce on Monday next.
Application for admission to this school may be made to Benjamin Swift, Chester Adams, Henry Jaques, committee.
Charlestown, November 15, 1827.
June 7, 1828, the private school kept by Nathaniel Magoun opens.
Under date of August 9, 1828, appears the notice of a select school to be kept by Moses A. Curtis.
Latin and Greek will be taught.
But most interesting of these advertisements is the following, under date of February 9, 1828:—
The Ursuline Community, Mt. Benedict, Charlestown,
Admits-ladies from six to fourteen years of age. The garden has two acres, the whole farm twelve acres. Each pupil is to bring with her her bed and bedding, six towels, six napkins, and her table furniture, consisting of table and tea spoon, knife, fork, and tumbler, all which will be returned at her departure.
The uniform of the young ladies consists, on week days of a gray Bombazette dress, and white on Sundays. Three months notice of a removal is requested.