. The history and directory of the town and county of the town of Nottingham. iner, Low-pavementHurst Charles, Lace-manufacturer, Stoney-streetMacgarrs Douglas, Temperance Commercial Hotel, Castle-gateMachin James, Butcher, Lister-gateMaddock Rev. Benjamin, Curate of St. JamessMarshall Sarah, Milliner, Smithy-row Newmarsh George, and Co., Hatters and Furriers, High-streetPage Humphrey, Victualler, Horse and Groom, St. Peters-squarePotts J. M., Auctioneer, Appraiser, and General Agent, Collin-street; office, Olivers-yard, Long-rowRawson T., Cotton-preparer, High-pavementRenals Edmund, Printer a

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. The history and directory of the town and county of the town of Nottingham. iner, Low-pavementHurst Charles, Lace-manufacturer, Stoney-streetMacgarrs Douglas, Temperance Commercial Hotel, Castle-gateMachin James, Butcher, Lister-gateMaddock Rev. Benjamin, Curate of St. JamessMarshall Sarah, Milliner, Smithy-row Newmarsh George, and Co., Hatters and Furriers, High-streetPage Humphrey, Victualler, Horse and Groom, St. Peters-squarePotts J. M., Auctioneer, Appraiser, and General Agent, Collin-street; office, Olivers-yard, Long-rowRawson T., Cotton-preparer, High-pavementRenals Edmund, Printer a
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. The history and directory of the town and county of the town of Nottingham. iner, Low-pavementHurst Charles, Lace-manufacturer, Stoney-streetMacgarrs Douglas, Temperance Commercial Hotel, Castle-gateMachin James, Butcher, Lister-gateMaddock Rev. Benjamin, Curate of St. JamessMarshall Sarah, Milliner, Smithy-row Newmarsh George, and Co., Hatters and Furriers, High-streetPage Humphrey, Victualler, Horse and Groom, St. Peters-squarePotts J. M., Auctioneer, Appraiser, and General Agent, Collin-street; office, Olivers-yard, Long-rowRawson T., Cotton-preparer, High-pavementRenals Edmund, Printer and Stationer, South-paradeRobinson Mary, Bookseller, Printer and Stationer, Wheeler-gateSchofield, S., Brass-founder, Wheatsheaf-yardSearles John, French and Stuff Hat-maker, Long rowShepperley Anthony, Working Jeweller, Cutler, and Dealer in Fancy Articles, Pelham-streetSmalley John, Rag and Bone-merchant, London-roadStevenson William, Linen and Woollen-draper, Timber-hillVogue Achille, Professor of Languages, High-street NOTTINGHAM : PRINTED EY J. HOWITT, CLUMBER STREET.. £ 9 «w- ^ X 1 PROFESSOR SAMUEL RICHARDS, The system of educatiou pursued in the adove Institution, was drawnup by^tbe Professor after having seen the evils attending the classsystem which is adopted in the model institutions of this country;and to avoid which he pledges himself not to exceed, as it is im-possible to teach more than twenty pupils. The subjects of studycomprise READING.Every boy reads alone, from a platform erected for the purpose, thegreatest degree of attention being paid to the intonation, &c.; and,to render the attainment agreeable to the pupil, the works fromwhich he reads are selected by himself. SPELLING. There is no part of education more abused than this. To becomea good speller by following the universal system of rote and task,requires a lifetime; to form a just judgment of the value of theplan laid dowu by the Professor, a visit is respectfully solicited. GRAMMAR.From his own man

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