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[p. 13] a stone wall succeeded the board fence in front. With the additions and improvements made in 1890 all are familiar.

The original desks, to which reference has been made, were of cherry, double, very low, very narrow, and with turned legs nailed into auger-holes made in the floor.

It having been for some years certain that the High School had come to stay, those desks were discarded in 1851 and new ones of appropriate dimensions substituted. The same, with some alterations, are now doing service in the hall of the rear edifice.

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