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Table II.-School statistics of cities containing 7,500 inhabitants and over, for 1884-'85, 8-c.-Continned.

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1 Montgomery, Ala
2 Little Rock, Ark.
3 Los Angeles, Cal.
40.kland, Cal
5 Sucramento, Cal
0 Sa: Francisco, Cal
7 San Jo:é, Cal.
8' Sto:kton, Cal*
0 Denver, Colo. (3 of city)*.
JO Ledrille, Colo a.
11 Bridgeport, Conna....
12 Dunbury, Cona..
13 | Derby, Coun*
14 Greenwich, Conna.
15 llar: fod, Conna
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Meriden, Conn
17 i Mikiltown, Conn*b.
18 New Britain, Conn..
19 Novllaven, Cogn..
20 Nr London, Conn*
21 Nook, Com
2 Norwich, Conn.
23 Sinnad, Conne
21 Waterbury, Conn"

Windlass, Conna.
21 Wilington, Del..
27 Ky Wpt, Fla' o.

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Ainta, GA 83 Colinibus, Ga.

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31 Macon, Ga.
32 Savannah, Ga*
33 Alton, Ill*
34 Bellevillo, III.
35 Bloomington, Ill.
30 Chicago, Illa.

19 940
37 Danville, 111.
38 Docatur, Ill
39 Elgin, Ill..
40 Freeport, Ill
41 Galesburg, Illa
42 Jacksonville, Ill.
43 Joliot, IN*

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44 Moline, Ill*
45 Ottawa, lil

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46 Peoria, Ill*

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47 Quincy, III
48 Rockford, Ill
49 Rock Island, III

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50 Springfield, Ill

(6)
51 Evangville, Ind.
52 Fort Wayne, Ind

8 1
53 Indianapolis, Ind

28 2
54 | Jeffersonville, Ind.
55 | La Fayette, Ind*

(6) 1
56 Logansport, Ind.
57 | Madison, Ind*

(6) 1
58 New Albany, Ind*
59 Richmond, Ind

(8) 1
60 South Bend, Ind.
61
Terre Hante, Ind.

(11) 1 0
62 Vincennes, Ind.
63 Cedar Rapids, Iowa*

7 6 0 0
64 Clinton, Iowa
65 Council Bluffy, Iowa.

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66 Davenport, Iowa
67 Des Moines (west side), Iowa
€8 Dubuque, Iowa ..
69 Keokuk, Iowa.
70 Muscatine, Iowa
71 Atchison, Kans"
72 Lawrence, Kans
73 Leavenworth, Kans
74 Topeka, Kans

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75 Covington, Ky

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70 | Louisville, Ky.

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* From the Report of the Commissioner of Education

for 1883-'81. a These statistica aro for the year 1883-'84. o These statistics are for tho Middletown City school

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g all these buildings have primary as well as gram.
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d Same as those used for day schools.
e Including Monroe County.
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TABLE 11.-School statistics of cities containing 7,500 inhabitants and orer, for 1884-'85, 8c.-Continued.

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107 Medford, Mass o
108 Milforil, Mass

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109 Natiok, Mass o.
110 New Boilford, Mass

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111 Newburyport, Mass o
112 Newton, Mans

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113 North Adams, Mass
114 | Northampton, Mass
105 | Peabol, Mas8*
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117 Quincy, Masse
118 Salem, Masec.
119 Somerville, Mags ....

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120 Springfield, Alass.

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121 Tauntou, Mass

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122 Waltham, Mass
123 Westtiekl, Mass

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124 Weymouth, Mass.

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125 Woburn, Alass

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126 Worcester, Mags

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127 Adrian, Mich c.
128 Aun Arbor, Mich.

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129 Bay City, Mich.

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130 Detroit, Mich

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131 East Saginaw, Mich

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132 Flint, Mich*

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133 Grand Rapids, Mich.

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134 Jackson, Mich. District No. 17.
135 Muskegon, Mich
136 Port Huron, Mich
137 Saginaw, Mich
138 Minneapolis, Minn
139 St. Paul, Minn

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140 Winonu, Minn"
141 Viksburg, Miss
142 Hannibal, Mo.
143 Kansus City, Mo.
144 St. Joseph, Mo
145 St. Louis. Moc
146 Sedalia, Mo
147 Lincoln, Nebr
148 Onaha, Nebr

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149 Virginia City, Nev
150 Concord, N. 1*
151 Dover, N. H*

* From Report of the Commissioner of Education for

1883-84. a For rural schools. o includes report of mixed schools.

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e Same as those used for clay schools.
J Also used for day schools.

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Inclndes country schools.
h Includes country and mill schools.
i Includes rapport of ungraded schools.

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