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 Prayer. Rev. G. E. Ellis, of the Harvard church. Singing. A delegation of scholars from the Bunker Hill, Winthrop, and Harvard schools. Hymn for the occasion by Paul H. Sweetser, teacher of the Harvard school. Address. Richard Frothingham, Jr., president of the trustees. Address. Dr. A. R. Thompson. Singing—Juvenile hymns, Let music swell the breeze and ‘My Native Country, Thee.’ Address. Samuel L. Felton, Esq. Address. W. W. Wheldon, Esq. Singing—Juvenile hymns, ‘Our Father's God, to Thee,’ and ‘My Country, 'Tis of Thee.’ Address. George W. Warren, Esq. Address. Rev. George E. Ellis. Singing—Hymn. Written by Mr. Sweetser. Prayer. Rev. N. T. Bent, of St. John's church. Singing—Juvenile hymn, ‘My Country, 'Tis of Thee.’ March 4 the death of James Underwood, member of the board four years, is recorded. The trustees vote to attend the funeral the next day, March 5, at 3 p. m. The teachers of all the grammar schools are allowed to, close their schools, and are invited to attend, with the board. Mr. Warren is selected to draw up suitable resolutions.
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