The Virginia Gazette

February 27, 1772. Rind, Number 303. Page 3, Column 1

FREDERICKSBURG, February 24, 1772.

THIS is to inform the GENTLEMEN and LADIES that there is a BOARDING SCHOOL opened in this town for young Ladies, by Miss WRIGHT, from England, who undertakes to instruct the following branches, viz, READING, WRITING, ARITHMETIC, DRESDEN, TENTWORK, SHELLWORK, and all kinds of NEEDLEWORK. Her terms for teaching all the aforesaid accomplishments, BOARDING and WASHING included, are TWELVE POUNDS per ann. current money of Virginia, and ONE GUINEA and a HALF entrance.