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expecting fuller ^[[insert]] attendance in the [[/insert]] schools than can be obtained any time from now to July 1st - what do you think of the place? Is it not better to reserve all new teachers for that season? The Annapolis assistant is to report to Mrs. Cheney - we have already sent the money for her salary to the New England Society. Will you please to direct all the new teachers to write to me with the above exception, and do not ask us to take one more teacher. Respy. [[signature]] J.S. Lowell [[/signature]] Sec. &c. [[end page]] [[start page]] C #56 O.S.E.D.C. Vol. 2. 1870. West New Brighton, N.Y. March 14th 1870. Commission, N.Y. Branch F.U. Mrs. C.R. Lowell Secy, States that they are willing to forward the money to pay teacher's book bills if the teachers understand that it is to be deducted from their salaries: that they will send another teacher to Federalsburg, if desirable, on the usual conditions: that the Annapolis assistant is to report to Mrs. Cheney of the N.E. Society. Requests to have all their new teachers instructed to write to her &c. Rec'd. O.S.E.D.C. 3.16.70.
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