The Sist Semi-annual F.xannuation of Ihe Misses Olark's School will take plato ou the 12th, lüth, and I4th of july. Wednesday alternoou, the 12th, Young Ladies Asseciation and Jlitchell's Geography. TUursday, the 13th, 10 o Vloek, A. M., Juvenile Clasa, lieutaJ, Ptacticil. Arithuottio and Chomistry. ïhui'sday ul'toriioon sessiun, at 2 o'cloek, Mylliology, First, Second, and Third Bookfl uf History, Repitblic of America, Grammar and Paising, Palay's N. Theology, aml N. Pliilosophy. Friday morning session, Watt's on the Mind, Qiiackenboss' first lessons clasain general knowledga, Spelling and ücfining of words and singing. Friday aften.oon, half past 2 o'cloek, Music and the original (Jompositions, Le„ter Writing, ïhe Foundations of the New Jerusalem. Oíd Garrets, Strange Tliings, Tliu Hand, ïhe Trees of Scripture, Windows, Ansie and readinjj 2'Hh No. of 2(5th volume of the Wild Flowcr, a senii Liiouthly perioilioal of Ihe school, and the valedictory. After the usual snnimer vacation school is iniouded to open next term Monday, September 4th. The Association connected with The Misses Clark's School, will meet Ihe 12lh of July, 1865, at 3 o'cloek, P. M., a paper will be read by the President - Reiniuiscei.c s of Ann Arbor. Graduates are paiticularly requestod to attend. L3È" As t'16 Misses Clakk havo friends iu almost every towu in the Stato, our exchanges will confer a favor by copying from another column the paragraphs in reference to the burning of their School room and du elling.