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TABLE 3.-Salaries of public-school teachers in Baltimore, Md., 1850 to 1859, inclusive-Continued.
a For males and for females.
TABLE 4.-Salaries of public-school teachers in Baltimore, Md., 1860 to 1869, inclusive—Continued.
TABLE 5.-Schedules of teachers' salaries in Baltimore, Md., in force in 1869, 1876, 1880, and 1890.
[NOTE-The schedules for the years 1870 to 1875, inclusive, are not available, but were probably not materially different from those of 1863 and 1876, since no mention is made in the reports of a general change. The changes made in the intermediate years between 1876 and 1880 and between 1880 and 1800 are indicated in the footnotes.]
Assistant superintendent b
Adjunct professors and professors of writing,
drawing, etc. Tutors.
Teachers of French, drawing, etc
f Paid to six professors.
Change made in 1890.
a Reduced in 1878.
b Office created in 1872.
c Increased in 1884.
d The salary of the vice-principal was reduced to $2,200 in 1878, and the office was abolished in 1880.
e Paid to two professors.
Established in 1884. Salaries: Of director, $1,800 first year, $1,900 second year, and $2,000 third year of service; of instructors, 81.200 per annum. In 1885 an officer of the Navy was detailed as principal and received $500 from the Board. Provision for assistants has been made as follows: At $600 in 1886, at 8720 and at $1,000 in 1888, and at $900 in 1887.
i In addition to his salary as an officer in the United States Navy.