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Madras College continued

to learn the Foreign languages There are also in connection with the College two houses erected for the accommodation of the two principal Tea [Teachers] namely the English and Classical Mas [Masters] and are of the same style of arch [architecture] as the College, also a Janitor's Lod [Lodge] The two houses above named are at the entrances from South Street one each side of Black Friars Chapel The English and Latin Masters are the only [ones ?] who are allowed Ushers. The salary of the masters vary according to the num [number] of Pupils under their instructions, the p [pupils] pay a fixed price per Quarter for the Sep [Separate ?] Branches they are learning. According to the Will of the Founder 150 children of indigent Parents, belonging to St Andrews receive gratuitous instruction. There is a large square a [at the ?] front of the College where the pupils exercise themselves at times each day, also a large field at the rear which is principally [used ?] as a Cricket ground and for gymnastic exercises
[Signed] John Early

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