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, for Winter Hill; and Henry C. Allen, of Bridgewater, for Milk Row. All Were to begin the first Monday in December. Lewis Colby, of Cambridge College, seems to have taken Mr. Hastings' place for a few weeks. January 18, 1830, Mr. Allen requestedasant circumstances having occurred from want of suitable discipline in his school. His resignation was accepted, and Lewis Colby, a member of the Cambridge school, was put in charge. From bills approved we learn that Mr. Allen received $51.68; Mr. Hastings, $98; Mr. Russell, $120; Mr. Colby, $76.40; and Mr. Sawyer, $124. At the examination of No. 7, Messrs. Wyman and Jackson reported that Mr. Hastings had taught the school with much ability, and they were highly gratified. No. 6 was also commended by the examiners, Messrs. Wyman and Walker. Mr. Colby's school was examined by Chester Adams. Forty-eight were present out of a total of seventy-four. This school has given the trustees much anxiety, but since it was under the present ma
100. Charlestown Free Schools, Seal of, 100. Charlestown Schools After 1825, 16-26, 46-52, 67-83, 92-100. Chase, Philip, 38. Chelmsford, Mass., 16. Chesnut Court, 59. Childs, S., 14. Chillis, E., 15. City Hall, Boston, 100. Clarendon Rill, 63, 64. Clark, —, 14. Clark, T, 12. Clark, Joseph H., 53. Clark, Mary A., 23. Class Day Tree, 6. Cleveland, H. W. S., 31, 33. Cobbet, E., 12. Coenonia Club, 86. Colburn, Joshua O., 16. Colburn's Mental Arithmetic, 25. Colby, Lewis, 48. College Avenue, 63, 85. Columbus Avenue, 55. Comstock's Chemistry, 98. Common Street, 81. Conant, 51. Conant, Peter, 18. Cook, A., 14. Cooke, S. N., 51. Cooper, J., 15. Copp's Hill, 5. Copps, Samuel, 10. Cordis Street, 93. Cost of Schools, 1838, 95. Cotton Hill, 2. Craigie House, Cambridge, 6. Crocker, —, 81. Cross Street, 57, 90. Crowninshield, Sarah M., 71. Cummings' First Lessons in Geography and Astronomy, 25. Curtis, David, 74. Curtis,
home, among them Miss Sarah M. Burnham.) The length of the school year had now increased to ten and one-half months. Miss Catherine Blanchard, who is remembered by Timothy Tufts, was the next teacher; she was followed by Henry C. Allen and Lewis Colby, who completed that school year, 1829-30. The number enrolled for the winter was seventy-four. We have learned that Mr. Allen came from Bridgewater. Lewis Colby, a student at Harvard College, finished out the term and proved most acceptableLewis Colby, a student at Harvard College, finished out the term and proved most acceptable. He was born at Bowdoinham, Me., August 19, 1808, and graduated from Harvard in the class of 1832. He also held the degree of A. M. and graduated from the Newton Theological school in 1835. He was ordained to the Baptist ministry at Cambridgeport in September of that year. During the years 1836-38 he seems to have been teaching in the South—perhaps as professor in the theological department of a denominational school in South Carolina. From 1836 to 1842 he was pastor of a church at South
, 67. Chase, Phidelia Jane, 67. Chase, Salmon P., 22. Chase, Washington Irving, 22. Cheever, Ezekiel, Esq., 63, 65. Cheney, Mary A., 24. Chick, Hannah, 48. Chick, Horace, 48. Chick, Susan Maria, 48. Clarendon Hill, 87. City Point Hospital, 4. Civil War, Events of the, Preceding Siege of Port Hudson, 49, 50. Clark, George S., 47. Clark, Gustavus A., 13. Clark, Jonathan C., 70. Clark, Joseph, 21. Clark, S. Adams, 21. Cogswell, Francis, 37, 38. Colburn, Joshua O., 30. Colby, Lewis, 31. Cole, Ambrose, 43. Cole, Chandler G., 4, 13. Coleman, George W., 74, 75, 70. Coles, Ambrose W., 8, 13. Collett, Herbert, 13. Common's Well, 7. Company B, Roxbury, 10. Company E, Somerville, 4. Company E, Thirty-ninth Massachusetts Infantry, in the Civil War.—IV., 1-20. Company F, Taunton, 9. Company K, Woburn, 10. Conner, Thomas, 13. Coombs, Michael, 30, 31. Cooper, Captain J. J., 9. Cooper Shop, 12. Copp, Mr., 31. Cotton, Colonel, 62. Coulter, Colonel R