The Quarterly of the Texas State Historical Association, Volume 6, July 1902 - April, 1903 Page: 51
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Educational Eforts in San Fernando.
and having nothing else to convey or receive, we sign this in this
city of San Fernando de Bexar on the third of July, 1812.
Ygno. de los Santos Coy. Jos6 Ygnacio Sanchez
Note of what is in the school,' towit:
4 Copy books.
One lead Inkstand with a Sandbox of the same [metal].
One Print of St. Joseph.
One Cube with its Chaqual and all the primers and drawings of
Missed: One Pencil.
One old book of Lives of Saints.
One book of daily exercise.
This, February 1st, 1809.
FERNANDO DE SANTIAGO.
Having determined whether there be a worthy person to take
charge of it, who meanwhile may instruct the youth, he shall be
endowed with seventy places, of which five, of necessity, shall be
free, and the rest paid for by those interested.
1. The aforesaid free places shall remain at the disposal of the
one in charge of the school, who shall nominate the pupils to
occupy them; he taking care that they are given to poor individuals
of discretion, who are known to be of good disposition.
2. The seventy places shall be divided into the more able and
the less able, the first paying a dollar, and the second fifty cents
each month. Although each pupil may be advanced in his classes,
10n the back of a report of the condition of the garrisons of Texas.
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