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SCHOOLS OF NEW BRUNSWICK,
PART I-GENERAL REPORT.
To His Honor the Honorable Sir Samuel Leonard Tilley, C. B., K. C. M. G.,
LL. D., Lieutenant-Governor of the Province of New Brunswick.
May it PLEASE YOUR HONOR, —
I have the honor to submit, as required by law, my Report on the Public Schools of the Province for the
year 1892. I am happy to be able to report substantial progress in almost every department of educational work during the year.
The Statistical Tables of Part II (with the exception of Tables IX, XVI, XVIII and XIX, which show the actual disbursement of moneys for the fiscal year), comprise the two School Terms ended June 30th, 1892.
The Reports of Part III, with the exception of that of the Principal of the Normal School, are for the two School Terms ended December 31st, 1892.
I herewith present a summary of the Statistical Tables, which will show, at a glance, the principal data upon which an accurate judgment may be formed of the present extent and condition, as well as the relative progress for the year, of the public educational work of the Province.
Second Term, 1891. First Term, 18.92.
47 Increase, 49 Number of Teachers,
33 Increase, Number of Pupils, .