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Let us note first of all the variations in numbers from one class to another.
Generally a drop in numbers is registered after the fifth class, and another after
the third, due to the departure of pupils of passage such as Bonneval or Girardon.
Pupils are between thirteen and sixteen in the fifth and the fourth, between
thirteen and eighteen in the third, between thirteen and nineteen in the second,
and between fifteen and twenty-three in the rhetoric class. In these very spread-
Thus in the fifth class, three ages go beyond 20 per cent as compared with a
single age in the seventeenth century. In the third, second and first classes, two
or even three ages go beyond 25 per cent whereas no age reached this level in
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