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Daily National Intelligencer
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Description: Education

Date: August 24 1866

Newspaper published in: Washington, DC

Page/Column: 3/7


Georgetown Academy.
Henry WHITALL, Principal.
Benjamin NAYLOR, Professor of Mathematics.

Will reopen Monday, September 3, over Mr. CANDALL's Bookstore, 128 Bridge Street, Georgetown, DC. Please send for circular.

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Young Ladies' Seminary, 411 Thirteenth Street, between G and H. A boarding and Day School. The duties of this institution will commence September 10. Monsieur and Madame MALLARD, so favorably known to the public as Teachers, will have charge of the department in French. A class of small boys will be received. Accommodation entirely distinct. For circulars apply at the Seminary or address the Principal, Miss M. J. HARROVER, Washington, DC.

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Stanmore School, Sandy Spring, Montgomery County, Md. The exercises of this institution will be resumed on the First of the tenth month (October). It is designed to be a select boarding school for young men and boys. The course of instruction embraces the various branches of a thorough English education, the higher Mathematics, and the Latin and Greek languages. By the especial request of the principal, a full course of lectures on Natural Science will be delivered by his father-in-law, Benjamin HALLOWELL. For circulars containing full particulars apply to Francis MILLER, Proprietor and Principal. References: Benjamin HALLOWELL, Sandy Spring, Md.; Philip R. FENDALL, Washington; Gerard H. REESE, Baltimore, Md.; John JANNEY; Leesburg, Va; Samuel L. BROOKE, Upper Marlboro, Md.

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Bladensburg Academy - This institution will be opened for the reception of pupils on Mayday, 3d of September 1866. For circulars containing information as to terms apply to the Principal, Rev. John B. ROSS, Bladensburg, Md. References: Rev W. PINCKNEY, D.D., Washington; B. O. LOWNDES and N. C. STEPHENS, Esqs., Bladensburg; and Rev. J. J. BULLOCK, D.D., and J. A. LEFEVRE, Baltimore.

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Miss Jeannie O. ABBOTT will open on the 12th September, 1866, a boarding and day school for young ladies at the residence of her mother, 109 West Street, Georgegown Heights. For circulars address the Principal.

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Frederick Female Seminary, Frederick, Maryland, possessing full collegiate powers will commence its 24th scholastic year on the first Monday in September. For catalogues &c., address Rev. Thomas M. CANN, A.M., President.

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The Hannah MORE Academy, Wilmington, Delaware. Principals: Misses Charlotte and Isabella GRIMSHAW. This successful institution for the education of young ladies will reopen on the second Monday in September. The building is commodious, well ventilated, thoroughly warmed, and furnished with hot, cold, and shower baths. For terms apply to C. & I. GRIMSHAW.

Submitted: 10/08/07 (Edited 10/08/07)

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