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A neat book of nearly one hundred pages has just been published by Moses King, 400 Harvard street. Its title is "History and Catalogue of the Cambridge High School." The early history is by Elbridge Smith, former head-master, and the later history and catalogue is by William F. Bradbury, the present head-master. The contents are as follows:

1. The early history of the school.

2. The later history of the school.

3. The courses of study forty years ago.

4. The courses of study at the present time.

5. The names and addresses of all former teachers.

6. The names and addresses of the teachers of the present time.

7. View of the school building, corner Broadway and Columbia streets.

8. View of the building on Amory street.

9. View of the school building on Broadway, corner of Fayette street.

10. The text books now used in the school.

11. The catalogue of the graduates arranged chronologically, that is, by classes, showing the graduates, first, of the classical courses, second, of the several English courses. Accompanying the full names are the occupations and whereabouts of every graduate. Moreover, when a graduate subsequently entered or graduated at any other institution, the fact is indicated. The names of the husbands and present homes of the married female graduates also are given.

12. The catalogue of the graduates arranged alphabetically, that is, by surnames, showing the names of graduates in full, with reference to their respective classes.

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