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TABLE II.- School statistics of cities containing 7,500 inhabitants and over, for 1883-'84, 8c.—Continued.

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Hoboken, NJ
152 Jersey City, N.J
153 Millville, N. J*
154 Newark, NJ
155 New Brunswick, NJ
156

Orange, NJ
157 Paterson, N.J
158 Plainfield, N. J*
159

Trenton, NJ
160 Albany, NY
161 | Auburn, NY
162 | Binghamton, NÀY.
163 Brooklyn, N. Y*
164 Buffalo, NY
165 Cohoes, N. Y*
166 Elmira, NY
167 Hudson, N. Y
168 Ithaca, N. Y.
169 Kingston, N. Yd
170 Lockport, N. Y
171 Long Island City, N. Y
172 Newburgh, NY
173 New York, N. Y.
174 Ogdensburgb, N. Y
175 Oswego, N. Y
176 Plattsburgh, N. Y
177 Poughkeepsie, N. Y
178 Rochester, N. Y
179 Rome, N.Y.
180 Saratoga Springs, N. Y
181 | Schenectady, N. Y

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517

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182 Syracuse, N. Y Edward Smith

51, 792 5-21 183 Troy, N. Y

1, 084

626 18, 595

592 363 David Beattie

9, 436 1,826

197

56, 747 0-21 184 Utica, NY A. McMillan

20,000

8, 298 1,500

215 185

33, 914 5-21 2, 500 3,040

0 Watortown, N. Y

12, 861 Fred. Seymour

4, 596

5, 017

1, 213 200 196

10, 697 186

5-21 Yonkers, N. Y.

3, 403 L. W. Day

1, 786 125 195 195

18, 892 5-21
18187
Akron, Ohio
Elias Fraunfelter

7, 256

2, 543 1, 556

199
16,512 6-21

0
188 Carton, Ohio

1, 461 5, 702 0 261
J. H. Lehman

3, 582 788 200 194
12, 258
6-21

943
189 Chillicotho, Ohio

5, 561

175
William Richardson

3, 139 COO 200 194

10, 938 6-21 190 Cincinnati, Ohio

961 3,471

0 John B. Peaslee

130 1, 916

300

190
255, 139

187

6-21
191 Columbus, Ohio

22, 974 85, 402

778 Robt. W. Stevenson

33, 765 | 16, 715 200 200

51, 617 6-21
192 Dayton, Ohio*

3, 503 17, 498

222
J.J. Burnsh

9, 439 1, 820 200
38, 678

191 193

6-21 Fremont, Ohio

2, 468

6189 W. W. Ross

12, 166

b6, 198

2, 027 200 195

8, 446 6-21
194 Hamilton, Ohio

1, 965

73

1,089 400 L. R. Klemm......

190 185
12, 122 6-21

0
195 Ironton, Ohio.

1, 251 4, 490

0 R. S. Page....

2, 166 1, 100 200 190 8,857 6-21

753 196 Lima, Ohio.... J. M. Greenslade

3, 161

2, 003 200 190 183
7, 567
6-21

777
197 Newark, Ohio
J.C. Hartzler

3,123
83 1, 859

190 188
9, 500 6-21

1, 204
198 Portsmouth, Ohio

4,144

0
E.S. Cox

2, 017 300

190

184
11, 321 6-21
199 Sandusky, Ohio

4, 242

95 Alston Ellis

2, 186

190
15, 838 6-21
200 Springfield, Ohio

1, 593 5, 960

115
W.J. White

2, 685
1, 000

200 193

20, 730 6-21
201 Steubenville, Ohio.

2, 188
Henry Ney Mertz

8, 669

223 4, 394

1, 200 195 190 12, 093 6-21

0 979 202 Tiffin, Ohio

4, 198 J. W. Knott.

2, 439 640 197 196

7, 879
203

6-21

654 Toledo, Ohio*........ John W. Dowd

2, 986

110 1, 347

200 186

50, 137 6-21 204 Portland, Oreg T. H. Crawford

17,579

7, 826 3,000

200 195
17, 577 4-20 722

6, 523 0
205 Allegheny, Pa.

3, 447 592
John Morrow

200
78, 682

200

6-21
206 Allentown, Pa.
L. B. Landis

10, 781 1,500 183 182

18, 063 6-21
207 Altoona, Pa
D. S. Keith

29 3, 795 200 200 194

19, 710 6-21
208 Bradford, Pa

84 3, 459
George F. Stone ......

1,000 198 192

9, 197 6-21 209 Carbondale, Pa John J. Forbes

1, 547 450 220 219

7, 714 210

6-21

600
Chester, Pa

2, 500
Charles F. Foster

1, 794 150 198 98

14, 997 6-21 211 Columbia, Pa* B. G. Ames

2, 680 700 200 196

8, 312 6-21
212 Danville, Pa*
M. C. Horine

1, 515

198 194
8, 346

6-21
213 Easton, Pa

1, 709

176 William W. Cottingham

11, 924 6-21 214 Erie, Pa*

0 103 H. S. Jones

2, 311 120

196 27, 737 6-21

a8, 319

258 215 Harrisburg, Pa. L. O. Foose.

4, 658 2,000 200

195
30, 762 6-21
216 Johnstown, Pa*

127 6,121 900
T. B. Johnston

220 198

8, 380
217

6-21
Lancaster, Pa
R. K. Buehrle

1, 695 820 176
25, 769

6-21
218 Lebanon, Pa
J. T. Nitrauer.

a3, 500 500 200
8,778 6-21
a685

185 219 McKeesport, Pa.

2, 135 Charles W. Deane

1, 635 400 187 187

8, 212 6-21 220 Meadville, Pa Henry R. Roth

1, 760 300 176 169

8, 860 221

6-21 New Castle, Pa. S. B. Donaldson

76 1, 790 210 180 172 8, 418

6-21 222 Norristown, Pa..

2, 100

150
Jos. K. Gotwals

1, 660 400 176

170
13, 063 6-21
223 Philadelphia, Pa

1, 300
4, 050

136
Jas. MacAlister.

2, 330 300 210 200

847, 170 6-16
224 Pittsburgh, Pa

a90, 000 a 250,000

a15, 424 George J. Luckey.

105, 424 18,000 209 205

156, 389
225 Pottsville, Pa*
B. F. Patterson

25, 869
13, 253

6-21 226 Reading, Pa

al, 500 a 4,500

30 2, 811 200
J. F. Valentine..

200 200
43, 2786-21

0 50
227 Scranton, Pa

7, 556

0

50 Joseph Roney

6, 806 750 220 220 45, 850 6-21 500 12, 000

306 228 Shamokin, Pa* W.F. Harpel

8, 797 1, 240 220
8, 184

220
6-21
925 2, 917

25 1, 817 420 198 181 * From Report of the Commissioner of Education for 1882-83. o For term ending December 22, 1882.

I Census of 1877. a Estimated.

d These statistics are for the Kingston school district g In 1881.

only. b In day schools only. e For the entire city.

h Succeeded Hon. John Hancock, who furnished the

above figures.

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TABLE II. - School statistics of cities containing 7,500 inhabitants and over, for 1883-'84, fc.--- Continued.

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200
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229 Shenandoah, Pa
230 Titusville, Pa
231 Wilkes-Barre, Pa.
232 Williamsport, Pa.
233 York, Pa
234 Lincoln, R.I.
235 Newport, R. I
236 Pawtucket, R. I
237 Providence, R.I.
238 Warwick, R.I.
239 Woonsocket, R. I......
240 Charleston, SC
241 Columbia, SC
242 Chattanooga, Tenn
243 Knoxville, Tenn......
244 Memphis, Tenn........
245 Nashville, Tenn
246 Galveston, Tex.......
247 Houston, Tex
248 Burlington, Vtd.
249 Alexandria, Va.
250 Danville, Va
251 Lynchburg, Va*
252 Norfolk, Va
253 Petersburg, Va
254 Portsmouth, Va
256 Richmond, Va.
258 Wheeling, W. Va
257 Appleton, Wis
268 Fond du Lac, Wis

560
1, 200

400
1,000

179
180
200
175
198
196
180
e195
212
200
198
191

174
168
189
167
185
184
180
e190
200
398
196

191
1186
203
184

1, 493
2, 144
2, 737
4, 226
6, 168
2, 056
1, 937
1, 526
1, 717
1, 209
2, 182
1, 998
2, 684
1, 116
8, 153
4,881
2, 076
2,006

326

300
2, 447

819
1, 007
1,000

203
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* From Report of the Commissioner of Education for 1882-'83.
a Estimated.
6 Average duration of school in days.
c In day schools only.
d These statistics are froin a return for the year ending December 31, 1882.
e In high and grammar schools; for intermediate and primary these figures are respectively 180 and 175.
f These statistics are for white schools only; for those in which colored schools are included, see Tablo I.

Inclusive.

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TABLE II.- School statistics of cities containing 7,500 inhabitants and over, for 1883–'84, 8c.- Continued.

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