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RECEIPTS. Balance of appropriation for the year 1897... Amount of appropriation for the year 1898.......... Amount of sales ..............

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... ........ $1,485 12 ........... 4,517 51 ............ 58 35

........ $6,060 98

DISBURSEMENTS.
Amount expended for books.......
Cost of distribution, freight, postage, &c. .....
Amount paid for handling. .........
Balance on hand.........

.........$3,617 06 ........... 39 22 ............ 225 87 ............ 2,678 83 ............$6,060 98

Total.

TALBOT COUNTY.

SUMMARY OF SCHOOL STATISTICS.
FOR SCHOOL YEAR ENDING JULY 31, 1899.

1899. 1898.

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Number of school houses owned by the County, 69; rented, 4
Frame, 70; brick, 3; total........

........................ Number of rooms occupied when attendance is largest....... Number of male teachers (principals), white, 10; colored,

7; total. .................... Number of female teachers (principals), white, 40; colored,

12; total. ........... Number of male teachers (assistants), white, 2; colored, 1;

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Number of female teachers (assistants), white, 21; colored,

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Total, white, 73; colored, 25.................
Number of fenced lots...... .........
Number of schools having out-buildings.
Number of schools having sufficient blackboards..............
Number of schools having good furniture. .......
Number of terms schools were open-white,33; colored, 33...
Number of different pupils for the year-white, 1,493;
colored, 974; total. ......

.... .......... Females-white-1,432; colored, 836; total. ........................ Number of pupils in average attendance-white, 1,802; colored, 763; total............

......... Number of pupils over 16 years of age-white, 176; colored,

149; total........ Number of official school visits paid by Examiner..............

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SUMMARY OF SCHOOL STATISTICS-Continued.

NUMBER OF PUPILS.

Fall Term. Winter Term. Spring Term. Summer Term. On roll........

s white, 2,412 2615 2,591 4.150 2,520 ***** , colored, 1,233 55°43 1,5594

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1899 1898 Number of pupils in 1st grade Jan. Ist......

.......... 1,496 1,471 " 20 " " ...

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. 276 279 above 6th grade Jan. Ist....................... 356 299 Number of pupils in book-keeping, 140; algebra, 298; physiology, 523;

geometry, 72; philosophy, 29; drawing, 277; Latin, 292; French, 41.

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* Colored Part payment. School lot.

TALBOT COUNTY SCHOOL STATISTICS.
ATTENDANCE FOR THE YEAR ENDING JULY 31, 1899.

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I Edward Reisler......

163 188 148 175 145 211
Mary E. Ford ............
Alice McDaniel...........
Henrietta L. Mellier..
Helen Dodson ....

J. Chester Mattoo11....... 22 Henry E. Adams ................. 171 150 164 141 158 135 156 137 178

Thomas D Bowers.......
M. Edith Richards........
Sallie A. Wollaston.......

Lulu C. Roberts........... 3 3 Addison E. Mullikin..... ....... 76 67 76 64 73 56 71 62 78

Edith L. Ford ............. 4 3 William S. Jackson....... .... 93 82 94 74 87 69 85 69 100

Nellie R. Stevens......... .............

S. May Shehan.........
I I Theodore S. Pattison ....... 185 158 199 145 211 140 212 160 234

Margaret P. Robinson...
Mary K. Gibson.

Martha G. MacDonald. 2 IC. Emelie Pratt......

27 24 30 24 32 21 30 23 33 3 1 Elizabeth N. Fleckenstein... 22 31 20 28 16 27 23 35 4 I Mary Ann Hardcastle............ 35

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28 18 31 18 28 23 39 5 I Maude S. Harriss................. 19 14 18 1 15 8 18 12 25 6 I Mary N. Wright......... ..

51 64 44 67 44 65 54 74 N. Maud Collins ........... 7 I Sadie M. Thompson ..... 17 13 24 16 28 15 24 18 28 8 1 Annie V. Leonard ....

12 20 11 14 10 13 9 27 9 I Mary R. Williams

13 23 13 23 17 21 19 25 í 2 Addie M. Dean.

.... 114 105 122 103 136 95 136 118 138 į E. Imogene Caulk...

Hester M. Higgins....... 2 2 Lina M. Baker.

16 14 2013 23 21 17 23 3 2 Anna Ellis Crouse......... ..... 54 44 50 37 48 32 50 43 61 4 2 Natalie M. Robinson .... 37 27 39 22 35 18 36 24 41 5 2 Ida V. Stevens..............

22 42 6 2 Cornelia V. Sutton.......

47 64 46 61 43 57 5072 1 Rebecca S. Skinner...... 7 2 Sallie E. Brindle............

39 63 I 3 Hennie M. Merrick. ............ 37 32 38 32 46 31 47 41 48 2 3 H. Lucretia Anthony ........... 10 85 102 81 105 76 102 85 115

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