1848 – Education – Rev. H.Ellershaw

1800

Leeds Intelligencier, 22nd of January 1848

 EDUCATION РCONISBROUGH, NEAR DONCASTER

The Rev H.Ellershaw receives into his house 12 young gentleman, to board, and to instruct in the Greek and Latin languages, and the various branches of a mathematical, commercial, and polite English education

 

Terms per annum

 

Young gentleman under 10 years of age………..30 guineas

ditto above 10, and under 12 ditto………………..35 guineas

ditto above 12 years of age………………………….. 40 guineas

washing…………………………………………………………….. 3 guineas

use of the globes……………………………………………… 2 guineas

 

Entrance Two guineas

 

German, French, drawing, dancing etc on the usual terms .

Each young gentleman to bring within his own sheets, towels, pillowcases, and a silver table spoon and fork.

 

No extras except for books

 

A quarter’s notice of pay for that period prior to the removal of a pupil

 

The village of Conisbrough, almost proverbial for its salubrity, and its picturesque scenery, is situated on a delightful eminence,five miles from Doncaster, on the line of road thence to Sheffield, and the Swinton Station on the North Midland Railway, to and from which numerous coaches pass and re-pass daily.

 

*** Mr E. Has had considerable experience in tuition for upwards of 30 years, and pledges himself to pay the strictest attention to the literary improvement and domestic comfort of every pupil entrusted to his care

 

Mr E. has Two Vacancies

 

Conisbrough January 18th 1848