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Establishment for the education of young ladies conducted by the Misses Sadler, Chignell House, near the turnpike, Uxbridge road, Ealing W.

[London], [approximately 1850]
Physical Description:
1 folded sheet ; 19 x 12 cm
Rare Books and Manuscripts
LC58.6.G7 E23 1850 Box
Yale Center for British Art, Paul Mellon Fund
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"Terms:--For board, and instruction in the English and French languages, history, geography, writing, arithmetic, plain and fancy needlework, also music and dancing, under masters of talent."
"Twenty-five guineas per annum."
"For young ladies under ten years of age. Twenty guineas per annum."
"Other accomplishments upon the usual terms."
"Laundress, two guineas per annum."
"Each pupil to be provided with six towels, silver fork and spoon, which will be returned on leaving school."
"A quarter's notice required previous to the removal of a pupil."
Subject Terms:
Ealing (London, England)
Education -- Great Britain -- 19th century.
London (England) -- Social life and customs -- 19th century.
Private schools -- Great Britain.
Sagnell, Misses.
Teachers -- Great Britain.
Women -- Education -- Great Britain -- 19th century.

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