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 - EDUCATION. A seminary for young ladies will bo...
EDUCATION. A seminary for young ladies will bo opened on Monday, May 16th, at No. 663 Broadway, opposite Bond street, by Mrs, Fenwick and her daughter, Mra. Rutherford, where a limited number of pupil will be received ai boarders or day scholars, and carefully instructed in every useful and ornamental acquirement that constitutes, an accomplished female education. . Gratifiod by the past success of their system of instruction, and deeply impressed with a knowledge of the importance of the trust, con fided to their chargo, Mrs. Fenwick, and her daughter, will devote their time and attention, unremittingly, to the care and improvement of their pupils. Mrs. Kuthertordsuccesslully tcaulios the accomplishments of drawing and daneine, and eives lessons on tlio harp: Mrs. Fonwick instructs on the piano - forte; and the general business of the school will bo superintended by both ladies, assisted by teachers of the highest capability in their respective departments. A public examination will take place at the end of every six montlis, to excite an emulation in the minds of the pupils, to merit the approbation of their friends. 1 no House, in a mgn ana noaiuiy situation, is commodious, and well adapted for the reception of boarders, who will be treated with the utmost kindness, stimulutod to pursuits that embellish domestic lite, allowod salutary re creation, and find every possible attention paid to the preservation of their health, while constantly in the society and under the guidance of their governesses, their manners become furmod, and their moral principles established. Mrs. Fenwick and Mrs. Rutherford, are audio. rised to name the following ladies and irentleinun as their references ; several of whom huve known them many years, and have had daughters under l heir care: Tho Right Reverend T. C. Browncll, D. D. Bish npot lyonnocticut, Hurt lord Keufiork. Mr. &Mrs.Ths. Morris Col. k Mrs. Lamb Rev. II. J. I'eltus S. R. Marshall, M. D. T. S.Wiley, M. 1). J. W. Marshall BS AVw - 7own. Mrs. A. Denmson Geo. Williams, Esq, T.lI.Dummclt,Ei C. Miixsue, I'm. I .isle Llovd. Io. Isn. Loon Island. From a letter of the Rt. Rev. lliliop Browncll, lately addressed to Mrs. Fenwick, the ladies beg lcare to offer the following extract, as a satisfactory evidence that they have merited the same pj.iroin'e end encouragement which they now hops to receive in this eiiensivecily. "It will at all times afford me pleasure to besr leiuniooy to the qualifications of yiHirself and Mr. Kuuinnoru, lor the usclul occupation to !ucU yon at prturnt devote yourselves. 1 f illy approve your method of instruction : and the su - tuu'sction you have givm in New Haven, affords Ins ucm evidence ot itssuorvks. iii7 2 ISa SCRIRNER respectfully informs her

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  1. The Evening Post,
  2. 09 May 1825, Mon,
  3. Page 1

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