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35 Nassau “Dwight St., New


York City

of Instruction FOR GIRLS Albany, N. Y. 35th Year.

Day School ; also Evening School. LL.B. in two years ; LL.M. in MISS SEABURY, Head of School.

three years. High Standards. Prepares for bar of all States.

Send for catalogue. Rt. Rev. W. C. DOANE, LL. D., President of Trustees.

GEORGE CHASE, Dean. A school established and conducted solely in the interest of higher education. Entire income expended | CLASSICAL SCHOOL FOR GIRLS.

Resident and Day pupils. Regular and Elective Courses. in support of school. Religious training. Teachers

Special Music, Art, Literature, and Language. College certificates. devoted solely to work of instruction. Separate staff Summer travel in Europe. Gymnasium. Home care, and social reof chaperons. Strong Music department. Modern

creation. Mrs. HELEN M. SCOVILLE, 2042 Fifth Avenue, N. Y. City. buildings, built for school purposes. Separate department for younger pupils. Location ideal for health. Miss Anne Brown

Boarding and Day Preparation given for leading colleges. Extra year

School for Girls. required for St. Agnes diploma. Native teachers of Formerly 711-713, 715-717 Fifth Avenue. Reëstablished at modern languages. Exercise in gymnasium and out

Park Hill, Yonkers ( 30 minutes from New York City.)

For circulars, address door games under specialist. Catalogue on request.

Miss ANNE BROWN, Highcliffe Hall, Park Hill, Yonkers, N. Y.


Collegiate Institute

For Young Women and Girls. Fort Edward, N. Y. Fiftieth year opens September 27. $350 to $450. Choice of graduating courses. Special course for High School graduates. Certificates admit to Colleges. Music, Art, Elocution, Physical Culture, Modern I anguages. Intelligent care and culture of mind, manners and character. Electric

lights, steam heat. Address, JOS. E. KING, D.D., President.

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Miss Founded 1833. Peekskill, N. Y.

C.E. COURSES : Classical, Scientific, Commercial. Diploma admits to many of the leading universities. Terms $600. 15 scholarships

Mason's from $100 to $100. Testimonials of character required. Limit 150.

Suburban U.S. Army officer detailed. New gymnasium with running track. Healthful situation. References : FRANCIS L. PATTON,



Girls. THE CASTLE, Tarrytown-on-Hudson, N. Y.

An ideal school. Advantages of New York City. ΑΙ LYNDON HALL

departments. College preparatory, graduating and special

courses. For illustrated circular W," address Poughkeepsie, N. Y. A Home School for Girls.

Miss C. E. MASON, LL.M.
Vassar Preparation a specialty.

Preparation for Bryn Mawr and all colleges for Women Se PUTNAM HALL SCHOOL Vassar Preparation Gymnasium. Unexcelled opportunity for winter out-door life

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Mrs. Chapman and Miss Jones

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Chestnut Hill, Philadelphia. offers four-year courses of study leading to the

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by transfer from other Schools or Colleges. ApOgontz School for Young Ladies. Twenty minutes from Philadelphia, two hours from New York.

proved Special Students may be admitted without Mr. Jay Cooke's fine property. For circulars address

examination. The Catalogue will be sent on apMISS SYLVIA J. EASTMAŃ, Principal, Ogontz School P. O., Pa.plication to the Secretary, J. L. LOVE, 16 Univer

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for a Medical Course; and in general Scientific Studies, with Eug.

lish, French, Spanish, and Gerinan, Political Economy, History, etc. will begin the sixth year of their College Preparatory School for Girls on Oct. 5th, 1904. Number of boarders limited to twelve. For programme address Careful individual instruction,


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