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25 William H. Adams
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1811
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1816
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Palmyra.

1807
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1805
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1825
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32 Frederic Smith

1807
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1920 Alexander R. Tiffany

Arcadia,
in Robert W. Lansing
22 George W. Scott
593 Lyman Sherwood
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WAYNE COUNTY.

Lyons.
1818 William H. Adams
1823 Graham H Chapin
1825 John M. Holley
1822 Hugh Jamison
1819 William Sisson

Palmyru.
1811 Thomas P. Baldwin
1828 William M. Bayard

Abner Cole
1821 Hiram K. Jerome
1812 Frederic Smith
1825 Theron R. Strong
1820 Alexander R. Tiffany

Arcadia.
1825 Robert W. Lansing
1820 George W. Scott
1827 Lyman Sherwood
1829 Martin P. Sweet

Clyde.
1826 Charles F. Smith

William S. Stow
WESTCHESTER COUNTY

Peekskill.
1812 Ralsaman C. Austin
1807 William Nelson
1818 Joseph W. Strang

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withe time which each scholar had attende tend that each one of the 499,424 scholars L'istruction during the year; but that thi xbdars on the rolls of the schools, and re

n; and that 1630 schools have been ke ubulars

, an average period of eight out of The first returns under the present soha Isere were reported in that year 2631 s kan were instructed. The increase of th Ls been 5999 in fifteen years, and the is as instructed has been 339,318. in the lildren returned in 1816, between the ag 12 increase since that time has been 33 wied and new forms were adopted in 18

a was in fair operation; and since th screase of the children between 5 and 15

e average increase of the number of Klonat 20, 000 each year, for the last elever

During the year preceding the first of seired by the commissioners of the tow bies which had made returns, amounter is sum 8100,000 were paid from the vere raised by tax upon the several toy sed from local funds possessed by certa There is now in the treasury, belongin Seksol Fund, $13,463 15 cents

, which, 4 of the stocks of the state kame, The productive capital of the school full 66 cents. The revenue actually receive of this fund for the past year, has been $ Burst year in which the revenue of the quired for the annual distribution. The estinated by the Comptroller at $101,354

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The first returns under the present school There were reported in that year 2631 scho dren were instructed. The increase of the has been 5999 in fifteen years, and the inc lars instructed has been 339,318. in the sar children returned in 1816, between the ages the increase since that time has been 321 revised and new forms were adopted in 181 tem was in fair operation; and since that increase of the children between 5 and 15, the average increase of the number of se about 20,000 each year, for the last eleven

During the year preceding the first of Ju received by the commissioners of the towns tricts which had made returns, amounted this sum $100,000 were paid from the s were raised by tax upon the several town rived from local funds possessed by certain

There is now in the treasury, belonging School Fund, $13,463 15 cents, which, by invested in any of the stocks of the state, a

The productive capital of the school fund 66 cents. Tbe revenue actually received of this fund for the past year, has been $100 first year in which the revenue of the fur quired for the annual distribution. The re estimated by the Comptroller at $101,350.

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