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Annual Report Of The Trustees Of The New-England Institution For The Education Of The Blind, 1834
With regard to the internal economy and arrangements of the establishment, your body will perhaps obtain a better idea of them from examination than from a detailed statement. The regulations of the school are simple: such pupils as manifest a disposition for intellectual acquirements, or whose relative are in a situation to provide for them the means of subsistence, devote the principal part of their time to study; and it is proposed to give them as thorough an education as their situation will admit...
|Title:||Annual Report Of The Trustees Of The New-England Institution For The Education Of The Blind, 1834|
|Source:||Perkins School for the Blind|
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