From the Richmond Enquirer, 10/2/1862, p. 1, c. 2
THIS institution will begin its NINTH Session on MONDAY,
OCT. 6TH in the elegant building on the corner of Clay and 11th
streets, lately owned and occupied by Mr. John Caskie.
The spacious rooms and splendid grounds of this retired and
beautiful place, in close proximity to the Institute, afford an admirable
location for the school during the temporary occupation of the institute
building by the Government.
The course of studies includes the whole range from the
lowest primary to the highest collegiate.
Our corps of teachers, embracing ten or twelve, remains
nearly the same as for several years past. We confidently present the past
success of the Institute as the best pledge of its future efficiency.
TERMS FOR NINE
(Half payable October 6th; remainder February 15.)
|English, in Preparatory Department
|English, in Collegiate Department
|French, Latin or other languages
|Music, (two half hours a week)
|Drawing, Painting, &c., at Professor’s rates.
Money refunded in cases of protracted sickness.
For further information apply to
CHAS. H. WINSTON, A. M.,
oct 2 – 10t
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