II. SUNDAY SCHOOLS.
1. Schools attached to their own congregations and conducted by their
Bethel, Sixth street above Lombard, ....
Brick Wesley, Lombard street below Sixth, - -
n,T'rSmttS street helow York Avenue, - -
Jjittle Wesley, Hurst street below Lombard, -
^oar, Brown street about Fourth, - - - - • -
Mount Pisgah. Locust st. above Till, West Phila.
Israe corner Fifth and Gaskill streets, - - -
Little Wesley Mission, Seventh street below Dick¬
Allen Chapel, rear 72 Christian street" - ~- -
*irst Presbyterian, Sevpnth street below Shippen,
Second do. St. Mary street above Sixth,
central go. Lombard street below Ninth,
ht. lhomas, corner Fifth and Adelphi streets, -
2. Schools under the supervision of White Missions and Individuals.
St Andre^OHrcETPEii. Ins., Lombard street
above Seventh. Female Department. -
Infant School, - - -
Ladies Union City Mission, corner Seventh street
and Bradford's Allev. Infant School, -
Young Men's City Mission, Bedford street below
Family of Morris L. Hallowell, 211 Filbert street,
41 395 24' 27
The schools connected with the Brick Wesley and Union Methodist
Churches were conducted wholly by white teachers from the time they
were established till about ten years ago, when they came under their
own supervision. Two important objects were gained by this assump¬
tion of new duties, viz :-An increased spirit of self reliance in their con¬
gregations, and the mental improvement of those employed as teachers.