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Mr. Farrar thought changes unnecessary.
The Corporation, in consequence of this letter, issued a circular to all the teachers, dated September 12, 1821, containing seven pages of all possible questions, to which was afterwards added a request to each teacher to suggest anything he might desire to have done, or changed at College, even if not suggested by the questions themselves.
Most of the teachers answered in the course of the autumn.
My answers are dated October 23, and fill thirty pages.
Mr. Frisbie's were nearly as long, and are the only memorial he ever sent to the Corporation.
Mr. Norton's and Mr. Farrar's were longer, and so on.
The committee to consider these answers—amounting to nearly three hundred pages—was composed of Dr. Porter, Mr. Prescott, and Mr. Lowell, all working men. And they did work faithfully.
Mr. Prescott, in particular, made an abstract of the opinions of each respondent, arranged under the appropriate heads of the chan