Announcement of the Reopening of the Boarding School for Young Ladies at Edge Hill

Boarding School for Young Ladies.

AT EDGE HILL,

Albemarle County, Va.

The Misses Randolph propose to re-open their

Select School for Young Ladies,

On the 1st. of September, 1866.

Having the benefit of a long experience they hope to give entire satisfaction to all who may entrust them with the education of their daughters. The School is situated in Albemarle County, five miles from Charlottesville, immediately on the line of the Virginia Central Rail Road, and perfectly convenient to Churches, Post Office, and Railway Stations. The neighborhood is noted for its beautiful scenery and perfect healthfulness.

The management of the household will be under the immediate supervision of Mrs. Thomas J. Randolph. The Misses Randolph, with able assistants, will devote their whole time to the tuition of the Young Ladies. The School will be limited.

Terms for Half Session of Five Months.
Board, English and French Tuition, $115.00
Latin, 10.00
German, 10.00
Music and use of Piano, 25.00

Young Ladies must furnish their towels.

Terms payable in advance.

Address Mrs. Thomas J. Randolph, Keswick Depot, Albemarle County, Virginia.

Printed Broadside (ViU: Thomas Jefferson and the Randolph Family Papers, Mss 9828).
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