William Henry Apperley

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    In meeting with the Faculty of the B. Y. College, on Mon- day afternoon, I found the Daily Programme ju- diciously arranged, the progress in the exercises re- gistered weekly, and the plans and instructions of the Principal conscientiously observed. A con- traction in the number of instructors for next schoolyear seems to be desired, and Bro. Apperly, who is also County Superintendent of Distr. Schools, intends to retire from the College. On account of the absence of most of the members, a meeting of the ...