n London in 1786, she became the wife of Mr. William Rowson, a friend of her father, and a leader ofo Boston in 1796. One of the parts taken by Mrs. Rowson was Lady Sneerwell in Sheridan's School forage of Mrs. Samuel Smith, Mr. Nason writes, Mrs. Rowson began a school in Federal street, and with ve disappeared, and the grounds occupied by Mrs. Rowson's school (the most popular, perhaps, at thatters of Eliza S. Bowne; she was a pupil of Mrs. Rowson, and many of her letters were written from seat at the head of the other.
At dinner, Mrs. Rowson offered thanks.
We were never allowed to gowing account of one of the examinations at Mrs. Rowson's academy.
On Thursday, 14th inst., the pur's death, 1826.
Her father died, 1825.
Mrs. Rowson ever held the pupils entrusted to her care at Taunton.
In a letter to Hannah Swan, Mrs. Rowson refers to Mrs. Gilchrist of Medford.
I am ng authoritative.
In the summer of 1803, Mrs. Rowson moved her school from Medford to Newton; in[27 more...]