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NORTHEND, Charles, educator, born in Newbury, Massachusetts, 2 April, 1814. He studied at Amherst, but was not graduated. Subsequently he was principal of the Epps school, Salem, Massachusetts, and for many years superintendent of the public schools in Danvers, Massachusetts, and New Britain, Connecticut He was president of the American institute of instruction in 1864. Mr. Northend published numerous schoolbooks, and a book entitled "Teacher and Parent " (1855).--His brother, William Dummer, born in Newbury, Massachusetts, 26 February, 1823, was graduated at Bowdoin in 1843, studied law in Salem, Massachusetts, and was admitted to the bar in 1845. He was in the state senate in 1861-'2, and since 1880 has been president of the Essex bar association. He has published numerous magazine articles and addresses and speeches, and a volume of " Speeches and Essays oil Political Subjects " (Salem, 1869).
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