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Wednesday, January 21, 1829
Volume 1 No. 45
Page 2 Col. 3b-4b

Mr. William Horn has been compelled to close his School for want of sufficient number of scholars.  He has  taught two months.  On last Friday evening we attended and heard a number of his Scholars exercised in parsing, and repeating the English Grammar, who had received instruction, according to a new plan, in the short time of twenty four evenings.  For the time they were engaged in learning it, we thought some of them did remarkably well.  For expedition, we consider Mr. Horn's plan superior to the  common method.  Mr. Horn intends to go from here to Huntsville, Alabama.  We recommend him as a man of steady and moral habits.