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 - ,T7DUCAT10S.A senunary for yoang ladies XJ will...
,T7DUCAT10S.A senunary for yoang ladies XJ will 00 monaay, aiay luu. ai No. 6C3 IW way, opposite Bond street, by Mrs. - and for lb. doz in of up tlie be afherea limited number of pupil will be received as boaroRr or csy amours, na careiuuy ut - true led in every useful and ornamcQtal acquirement tliet Constitutcii an accomplished feraile educaikn.y Gratified by the past socces of their ytem of instruction, and deeply impressed with a knowledge of the inrportaneo of the trust, confided to their charge, Mr. Fen wick, and her daughter, will devote their time and attention. unremittingly, to tne rare and improvement ot their pupil. Mrs. Hdthcrford cucceiuluHy teachea the accomplishments of dravxn and daunng, and inves lessons on tne nar: am. r en wick instruct on the pxano - jorie ; ana me general business of the school will be superintended bv both ladies, assisted by teaciiera ol tne bigheat canabilitv in their refnective dcnorUncnt. A public examination will take place at tne end or every six montlis, to excite an emulation in the imntts ot me pupils, io uiern mo anpronaiion oi their friends. 1 he Uousc. in a bien and healthy situation, is commodious, and well adapted for the reception or boarders, who will be treated with the utmost kmdnesa, aiimulated to pursuits that embellish domestic life, allowed salutary recreation, and find every possible attention paid to the preservation ot their health, while constantly in tlio society and under tho guidance of their rovernesses, tlictr manner become lormcd, and their moral principles established. Mr, t eawick and Mr. Kutlicrford, arc autho rised to name the following ladies and gentlemen as their references ; several of whom have known them many years, and have had daughters under their care: The Right Reverend T. C. Bmwnrll, D. D. Bish op or Connecticut, llariiord. Mr. At Mr. Th'. Morris Col. k Mrs. Lamb Rev. II. J. Felt us S. B. Marshall, M. D. T. S.Vitoy,.M. D. .VtK - llarnu Mrs. A. Deniuson Geo. Williams, Esq. T.II.DnmiiK'lt.Esii C. Maxsue, Esq. Lisle Lloyd. Eq. acre A 36 of i a I J. V. Mnrnhall. Ksn. Loii" Island. From s letter of the Rt. Kev. Uuhop Browncll, lately addrened to Mrs. Fenwick, tho ladie beg leavo to offer the following extract, a a satisfactory evidence that they have merited tlio same patronage end encouragement which they now liniHi to receive in this exteimivecit . It will at all times a!frd me pleasure to hear testimony to the qualification of yourself and Mr. Rutherford, for the useful occupation lo hic!i you at present devote yourselves. 1 fully spprove your method of instruction ; and the a lifl'actiou you have given in New Haven, affords Die best evidence of it success. m7 3w

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  1. The Evening Post,
  2. 10 May 1825, Tue,
  3. Page 4

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