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Mr. Gates, of the Neck School, resigned, much to the regret of the committee, and was succeeded, June 11, by Charles Fiske, who taught only to December 11, when Rev. William Collier was engaged. In September the lower floor of this schoolhouse was finished suitably for a schoolroom, and it was occupied by a school of small children, with a female for instructress. Schools for poor children were held from May to November. These were in different sections of the town, and were visited November 13. The trustees found 26 under Mrs. Rea, 40 under Miss Susan Wyman, and 30 under Miss Mary Frothingham, 96 in all. These teachers received $2.50 per week for 30 scholars. The school for girls (over seven years of age) was kept six months, and also closed in November. In April (1820) it was voted to pay Miss Carlisle, the assistant, one-half as much as to Mr. Prentiss, the principal. October 20, J. M. Wilkins, of No. 1, resigned suddenly, much to the regret of the board. He receive