Education Provision 1833

Great Marlow, Borough and Parish (Pop. 4,237)

Six Infant Schools, in which about 50 children are instructed at the expense of their parents

Six Daily Schools, two of which are endowed, one with £50 per annum, for which 24 males are educated, the other with £12 per annum, which is paid to a mistress who
instructs 12 females.

One National School, supported by voluntary contributions, containing 95 males and 55 females; two others contain 36 females; the other, 6 males and 6 females.   In the three last Schools the instruction of the children is paid for by their parents.

Four Boarding Schools, two for males and two for females, wherein 70 of the former sex and 50 of the latter are educated at the expense of their parents.

ABSTRACT OF EDUCATION RETURNS, 1833.