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YOUNG LADIES’ INSTITUTE,

AT TEMPLE GROVE, SARATOGA SPRINGS, N. Y.

BEV. Xj. IF_ BEECHER, ID.ZD., ZFLRHXTCIIFCAD-

Open forty weeks, from the second
Monday in September of each year.
Every department supplied with expe¬
rienced teachers. Music taught, singly
and in classes, by competent professors,
on a new and highly approved plan, by
means of which a


t: MUSICAL EDUCATION

Of the highest grade can be reached
at less expense than at any other place
in the State.

The French, German, and Spanish

Languages receive special attention.
Every department is under the special
and personal supervision of the Prin¬
cipal. Number of pupils limited to one
hundred.

TEEMS.

From one hundred and sixty to two
hundred dollars, for board and English
tuition. Music from forty to fifty dol¬
lars per annum. Access to the cele¬
brated Congress Spring daily, free of charge. This privilege alone is often worth the price of a year’s residence at the school.
Catalogues sent to any address, on application to the Principal.

HIGHLAND ACADEMY,

NEWBURGH, OKANGE Co., N.-T.

CLASSICAL STUDIES,
MODERN LANGUAGES,
DRAWING and PAINTING,

ENGLISH BRANCHES,
VOCAL and INSTRUMENTAL MUSIC,
PHYSICAL EDUCATION.


The school year, of forty-two weeks, commences the second Tuesday of September in each year. Accomplished instructors
employed in the various departments.

For particulars apply to    WM.    N.    RETD,

Principal and Proprietor.

IDDDIEIEHEIIHCIES.

Rev. John Brown, D.D., Newburgh,

Rev. John Forsyth, D.D., Newburgh,

Hon. Nathaniel Jones, Newburgh,

Hon. Jno. W. Brown, Justice Supreme Court, Newburgh,

Hon. John Slosson, Judge of Superior Court, N. Y. City,

Wm. E. Warren, Esq., Deputy Controller of the City of New
York,

William Fullerton, Esq., 61 Wall St., New York City.


WAYNE AND ONTARIO COLLEGIATE INSTITUTE,

TO BE FIRST CLASS INSTITUTION FOR MALE AND EEMALE,

LOCATED IN NEWARK, WAYNE Co., N.Y.

Ninety-two by seventy-nine feet, now in process of erection; four stories high; accommodates five hundred students.

ROBERT ROBINSON,

President.

JOHN P. SAHLER,

Secretary.

Of Board Trustees, fifteen in number.


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