Report of the Proceedings Commemorating the One Hundredth Anniversary of the Establishment of a Chartered School: Known at Different Periods as the Rutland County Grammar School, Castleton Seminary and State Normal School, in Castleton, Vermont
Tuttle Company, printers, 1888 - 95 pages
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A. E. Leavenworth Adams anniversary Approved November assistants August Benson Boardman building Castleton Academy Castleton School Castleton Seminary celebration centennial Chauncey Langdon church Churchill Clark committee common school corporation County Grammar School county of Rutland Dana dollars East Poultney Edward Emily G Emma Fair Haven friends Gentlemen graduated greetings Hallock Henry hereby Higley honor hope Hubbardton hundred Hyde Hydeville institution J. B. Bromley James Jennie John Judah Dana Julia July July 15 ladies Langdon learning Leavenworth Lucy Mass Merrill Middlebury College Miss Emily Miss Harriet Miss Mary Miss Sarah Miss Susan Normal School Northrop November 22 Perkins Pittsford Preceptor present President principal pupils quarter remember Rutland County Grammar Samuel scenes scholars Sheldon Sherman Smith Solomon Foot Stephen Knowlton taught teachers tion to-day town Vermont Classical village voted Waldoboro Walker Warren West Rutland Whitehall Williams young
Page 6 - In fact, there's nothing that keeps its youth, So far as I know, but a tree and truth. This is a moral that runs at large; (Take it.
Page 74 - ... for the purpose of assisting the corporation of the Rutland County Grammar School in preparing a suitable building or buildings for the Normal School recently located in said town, are hereby declared legal and valid ; and all taxes to be assessed upon the grand list of said Castleton, for the purpose of paying such orders, EO drawn as aforesaid, are hereby declared legal and valid.
Page 66 - An act in addition to, and amendment of an act, entitled " an act directing the method for laying out highways.
Page 88 - After his graduation he turned his attention to the study of law, and in due time was admitted to the Essex bar, and opened his office in Salem, Mass.
Page 45 - The best laid schemes o' mice and men Gang aft a-gley, And lea'e us nought but grief and pain, For promised joy.
Page 75 - Bonrd that they will hold themselves in readiness to teach in the common schools of this State, at least two years subsequent to their graduation from such Normal School.
Page 74 - The sum of fifteen hundred dollars is hereby appropriated for the purpose of assisting such indigent young men and women, inhabitants of this State, who may desire to more perfectly qualify themselves for the office of teaching, by attending the Normal School
Page 1 - Resolved, That a committee of five be appointed by the President, to take into consideration the subject of elixirs and similar unofficinal preparations, in all its bearings upon Pharmacy, and if deemed proper, to report suitable formulas for the guidance of the members of this Association.