Evening Post NY 20 May 1825

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Evening Post NY 20 May 1825 - ja27 fun EDUCATION. A seminary for young indies...
ja27 fun EDUCATION. A seminary for young indies will bo opened on Monday, May loth, at No. Will Broadway, opposito Bond street, by Mrs. Fenwick, and hor daughter, Mrs. Rutherford, whore a limited number of pupils will be received us boarders or day scholar, and carefully instructed instructed in every useful and ornamental acquirement acquirement that constitutes an accomplished female education. CI ratified by the past success of their system of instruction, and deeply impressed with a knowledge of the importance of the trust, confided confided to their charge, ,Vrs. Fenwick, und her daughter, will dcvoie Uieir lime and attention, uiiKMiiltingly, tothecaro and improvement of thcirpupils. Mrs. Rutherford successfully tcachr Ihv aatumpliahincnU of didtrui and rfnwmg, and gives Won on the liuru: Mrs. Fenwick instructs on the pimu - fortt; aiid thu general bu - irni of the school will bo superintended by bulh ladies, assisted by teachers of tho highest capability in their respective departments. A puli!:: cvamiiintion will lake place ul the end of rvcrv si months, to excito an emulation in the iQiu ! o:' die pupils, to merit the approbation of their t'ru'tids. '1 he house, in a high and hrulthy situation, is coiniuodioiis, and well adapted for th - r'ccption of boarders, who will lie treated villi the utmost kiiiune", stiinulutcd to pursuits liut cinbulhali domestic life, allowed salutary re - tmtion, and find every Hiblc attention paid to Ik preservation of their health, while constantly w lb; society and under thu guidance of their fuirrnesM's, llmr manner become formed, and llir r moia! principles rwldhl.slicd. Mis. Fenwick and Mrs. Rutherford, are authored authored to name Ike following ladies and ivnllrincn as l!i ir reli mice ; several of whom lu.vc known OicMi nuiiy jcara, and have had daughters under Umr rare: The Rijl.l Re vercnJ T. C. Browne!!. I). D. Bish op or Connecticut, llnrlord. this For iooi !) 3 pcet and tinn foot ham w.ll ,V( IT - 1 itrk, Mr.K Mri.Th's. Murrn I ol K Mm. I.am'j Krv. II. J. rVlu S. II. Mirthill. M. D. T.S. Wi'ev. M. 1. .Vrir - iVinfa. Mr. A. Deniimon Gen. Williams Esq, T.I I. Duminelt,Es, ('. hue, F.wi. l4le Lloyd, L. as . J. W. Manhsll, l.i. Eons l!rnd. From a h - tter of th III. Hcv. Bihop Brownrll. lately adJrvtwd to Mr. FcitHuk, lac ladies lirg ic io io o;ier in loi.um mg rilracl, a. a salulac - lory cmJcikt that they have mrritrd the ami - pstrrMH;o aitd rm nuraniHiit which they now h ipc lo ncvivp m thu ritrii.itcrity. It Mid it all tiuw atloid mspU - A.ure to Usr Irtlnuauy to the qualirV ation ol' yourwlf and Mrt. luiiiirtior l, fur the iiMful ovxnpatioi, lo hrii yuii si pn - - nt drtolcyounwlvra. I filly airu r your u.rthod of nitrurtion : and Ih" a - t.iiti'.o von havcpvrn in Mrw llavcn, affords iii t inrnce ol il surma. m i i r.M. Ml I CIIF.LL. Ni. i Sludm Laiir. f .'

Clipped from The Evening Post20 May 1825, FriPage 1

The Evening Post (New York, New York)20 May 1825, FriPage 1
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