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12th Day Of February, 1864. Dear Madam K...
to avail themselves of the instructions afforded , and thus , by the additional fees The , ren Committee der the School of Council self-supp on orting Education . have promised a grant if the
mittee remainder therefore of the money earnestl required y appeal can to be all raised friends by of other young means women . The , and Com they - *
which to willing trus strugg t that , has to le exi when come throug sted , forwar , so h doing great many d quietl difficulties to generous found y a great new to hearts fall work institutions to and , since the hands ground 1842 , they are , and . will always The which not number leave open has had and one of
medals taken annually will shew the , efficiency of the School . will The be Annual on Exhibition Monday the of 14 students thand ' Tuesday drawings the in 15 competition th March , from for medals ten to
fiveadmission open free . , , I have the honour to be , dear Madam , Yours faithfully ,
Louisa _Gann ,
Superintendent and Secretary .
68 Open Council.
68 OPEN COUNCIL .
Ladies, I Shall Be Lad If Can Find Rooro...
Ladies , I shall be lad if can find _rooro . in March Number for gyou your
the Emi Natal following gration early Society last extracts year . and , They under are the from . ausp the interesting ices letters of the of to a Female lad yo y ur who readers Middle went . out Class The to
Miss H . alluded to is , a young may governess prove , who accompanied the writer . I remain , Ladies 3 Yo , urs , & c ,
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nea whom rly is all Mrs the . large of towns , there think are they schools are not in wanted abundance . It . very Durban is quite over-run with them ; but there are many private families who to have not last the
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families lessons . ou Durban tside who itself would is pretty be lad well to be supp saved ied the with trouble and rs , expense of sending many their children into town . g healthclimateand the
and sudden " I t do as i not ht in Eng when consider land all . the this The doors a old very and Colonists windows y build their shut , houses changes without jud are fire what quit -places e the as ,
state of n the g , air must be when there are several are children , you in may the same ge room . I more have had agreeable the glass in taken out of some This of is the the panes beginning , and find of the the rainy atmosp season here much and
the weather is very consequence unsettled . . , now "We the have mulberry had a season mild winter is at its , so hei mild ght , th and at pines they grow have on ripened hedges out as of blackberries doors , and
do The in Eng Pol land ygamy . question is causing much discussion here just now . Several to cases many have old come men before : one the victim public died , of latel girls y , having having been been tortured roasted over to induce a slow them fire fatherwho the
all night ; and efforts have been made to bring the , was person
English Woman’s Journal (1858-1864), March 1, 1864, page 68, in the Nineteenth-Century Serials Edition (2008; 2018) ncse.ac.uk/periodicals/ewj/issues/ewj_01031864/page/68/