Boyle Academy opens

3rd February 1834
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In 1834, Boyle Academy for Boys (Principal: Bradshaw) opened in stiff competition with the already existing Boyle School (Principal: O'Rorke).

Roscommon & Leitrim Gazette December 30, 1833.

BOYLE ACADEMY 

UNDER THE IMMEDIATE PATRONAGE OF THE LORD VISCOUNT LORTON.

The above Seminary will open on Monday, the 3rd of February, 1834. The course of education will comprise of HEBREW, GREEK, LATIN, FRENCH, ITALIAN, ENGLISH, in all its branches, MATHEMATICS, USE OF THE GLOBES, &c.

The best Teachers that can possibly be procured from Trinity College, Dublin, will be employed, and the strictest attention paid the morals, comforts of the boys.

Boarders, for the first year, will be limited to a certain number, so that it will be necessary for those who wish to send their children, to make early application. Terms, which will he found moderate, may be known applying (till first of February) to Robert M. Bradshaw, Greenview Academy, Ballinamore, or at the Office of this Paper.

ROBERT M. BRADSHAW, Principal, was formerly formerly Teacher in the Belfast Royal Academical Institution. Mr. Edward O'Brien was Classical Assistant.

Board & Tuition @£26 per annum

Washing £2

Terms for Day-scholars

All subjects £1 10  per quarter

English only 10 shillings per quarter