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 approve entirely of the teacher's course. ‘The boy's case of being allowed to return, if of good character, is referred to Messrs. Forster, Mackintire, and Frothingham, who are to confer with Mr. Vinson and report.’ Voted that Mr. Vinson deserves and hereby receives the thanks of the board for the judicious manner in which he has sustained the government of the school since its establishment, without a single recourse to corporal punishment. February 6 it is found that the boy in question is more than sixteen years of age, ‘and his expulsion should be adhered to.’ Soon after this, when it was feared that Mr. Vinson's services could not be retained, his salary was raised to $800. April 16. ‘It was voted that the male teachers of each grammar school join the procession in solemnization of the death of President Harrison next Monday; also that they make arrangements for the boys to join in the procession.’ The number of scholars in the outside schools:— Prospect Hill grammar, 63; average, 43; at the examination, 42. No. 17—Total number, 27: average, 23; at the examination, 22. No. 18—Total number, 37; average, 25; at the examination, 28. No. 19—Total number, 50; average, 42; at the examination, 47. No. 20—Total number, 60; average, 43; at the examination, 46. Russell school, 40; average, 29. Gardner school, not given. Miss Abby Tufts received $20 for rent of schoolroom (Winter Hill). The annual report for this year makes mention of the new schoolhouse on top of Winter Hill, on land given to the town by Charles Adams and others. It is well and neatly fitted up with good ventilators, and seats which allow the children to sit separately. New seats, with backs, have been put in the Russell
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