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186.

ADMISSION of children into national | Cambridge, hints on entering at, 205,

schools, hints to be given to parents 241; mathematical tripos, 76; clason the, 19.

sical, 156 ; adjudgment of medals, Agricultural college, 383.

262; attempt to secure a corresponApparatus, on school, 210, 341.

dence between the professional lecAppointments, 40, 119, 160, 192, 230, tures and university examinations at,

264, 328, 360, 424. Arithmetic, principles better than rules Canada, university in, 157, 328.

in teaching, 26; first lessons in, 94; Canons and rubrics relating to educahow to teach numeration, 370.

tion, 115. Army, state and extent of education in Catechising, hints on, 28; regulations the, 419.

in the diocese of Tours, 29; as preArnold memorial, 79.

paratory to confirmation, 30; advanAttendance in schools, bad effects of ir- | tage of, over any other species of

regular, 15; a simple method of en teaching, 31; should take place in the suring regular, 17; a help towards, presence of the congregation, 65 ; to 103 ; rules and regulations, 104.

preach without, is to build without a

foundation, 107; some account of Baptism, on the duty of administering St. Augustine's treatise on, 361; the

after the second lesson, 105; and re basis of national education, 387; a gistration act, 74.

specimen of catechising very young Bengal and Agra presidencies, education children, 409; a little book recomin the, 139.

mended as a help, 71. Betton's charity, 116, 231.

Catechism, hymns on the, 385, 413, 414. Bible in schools, on the exclusive use of Charity schools, anniversary at St. Paul's,

the, 214; teaching the, should be a 159, 263. living thing, 369.

Charter House, success at Oxford, 191, Billion, what is a ? 408.

264. Bishops' charges, extracts from, 29, 64, Child's answer, 287; Haydn's childhood, 105, 114, 214, 349, 386, 412

287. Blind, books for the, 39; London So- Children, more capable of religion than

ciety for teaching the, to read, 229. adults, 81; on cultivating the imagiBlue Coat Hospital at Liverpool, 118. nation of young, 5, 85, 165. Bombay, school for the children of Chinese education, on the general prinEuropeans at, 39.

ciples of, 172. Books, report of the S.P.C.K. on educa- Christian brothers, 393.

tional, 324; a classified list of, re Christ's Hospital, history of, with woodquired for national schools, 98; for cut, 56 ; regulations for the admission children, 32 ; “For many books I care of children, 59; her majesty's donanot,” 312.

tion of £1,000, 159; gains a university Boyhood of the wanderer, 62.

scholarship, 159 ; Easter supper, 191;

oration day, 359; bequests of £2,000 Oxford, 190; Ripon, 190, 415, 422;
to, 50 years hence, 418; Benevolent Salisbury, 38, 117; Wells, 78, 190,
Society of Blues, 423.

356; Winchester, 38, 77, 294, 390 ;
Chronological Table, on the use of, 211. Worcester, 38, 229.
Church, hints on making the school a Documents, 33, 72, 112, 183, 220, 319,

nursery for the, 337; the, and the 355, 388, 415.
school in their reciprocal bearing, 286;
and state, their relative duties in edu Early formation of studious habits, 313.
cation, 130; schools, their influence Education, the principles upon which it
in checking the disturbances of 1842, should be based, 108; better than
221; build a church, and school will laws, 287, 386 ; indigence not often
follow, 29; church and dissenting found in company with good, 385 ; nor
day schools, relative numbers of chil crime, 385; none but christians can
dren in, 75.

give christian, 318; the real point at
Church Clavering, or the schoolmaster, issue in, is, who shall give it? 318;
107.

inadequately provided upon the vo-
Circulating schools in Wales, 64.

luntary system, 110; relative duties of
Class-rooms, on the use and abuse of, the church and state in, 109-112;
133.

estimate of the numbers of schools re-
Clergy, on the exclusive gentility of the, quired in England and Wales, with the

44; its connection with the disaffec probable expense, 114; striking in-
tion of the middle and lower orders, stance of educational destitution, 79.
45; formerly raised in greater measure Emulation, as a means of exciting dili-
from the poorer classes, 46; how, 46% gence in study, 193; strictures on,
49; education, a main part of the 233; a defence of, 265; on, as viewed
duty of the, 64; ancient canons refer in the light of holy scripture, 270 ; a
ing to the obligation, 129; to bring further defence of, 304.
up young persons in their own houses, English, why this is called the English
130; how a clergyman may make the Journal of Education, l.
most of the little time he can spare Eton College improvements, 78; New-
for his school, 120; more clergy want castle scholarship, and number of
ed, 297; contributions of the clergy scholars, 228 ; Foundation and King's,
to charity, 231

295; King's scholars, 358.
Clergy sons' school at Marlborough, 264, | Etymology, how to teach it, with list of

358 ; clergy daughters' school at War books, 65; cautions to the teacher,
rington, 422

70; further hints on teaching, 218.
Clothing, on the advantages of, a limited Exhibitions from grammar schools, 48,
number, 319.

124, 423.
Confirmation, on preparing candidates

for, 30, 65, 412; first, at Gibraltar, Factory bill, general remarks on the, 130;
116; at Malta, 192; great increase of first impressions with regard to, 160;
candidates for, 421; the minute pro. one or two petitions in favour of, 189;
portion of criminals who have been its failure a call upon the church,
confirmed, 75.

245; a good riddance, 349 ; ditto, 386.
Corporeal punishment, a few words in Factory schools at Bradford, 117; a good

defence of the occasional employment example, 360.
of, 161.

Farmers, schools wanted for, as well as
Council, committee of privy, 131.

for labourers, 215.
Crime and ignorance, 74, 259, 423. First lessons, 258.

Foundling hospitals in Italy, 52.
Dame schools, a word in defence of, 133. France, recent visit to schools in, 23.
Deaf and dumb asylums, 117, 225, 392.
Deaths, 40, 160, 192, 230, 296, 328, 360. Gallery, advantages of a, in a parochial
Desk falling, with woodcuts, 60; parallel school, 2, 122; rather for the use of
desks, 232.

the clergyman than of the schoolmas-
Dictation and composition, 378; how to ter, 3; plan of, with section, &c.,
teach spelling by, 405.

woodcuts, 4; as used in the training
Diligence in study, means of exciting, 193. system, 379.
Diocesan boards—Cambridge, 326; Ches. Geography, how to teach the elements

ter, 227; Chichester, 116; Exeter, 1 of, 219.
77; Lincoln, 38, 420 ; London, 326; | Governesses' benevolent institution, 191.

Government educational schemes, 130; || schools, 33; national board, 358; pro-

subsequent schemes and intentions, test against, 72; church education
262, 326.

society for, account of, 157, 189, 226 ;
Grammar, first lessons in, 217.

petition in behalf of, 185; a plan for a
Grammar schools, the antient means of collegiate school in, 178; progress,

attaching the middle and lower orders 228; St. Columba's college, 294.
to the church, 43; the principal object Irish society, 229.
of antient, the education of youth for
the priesthood, 46; list of, founded Johnson, Dr. on education, 93.
within thirty years prior to the refor Journal, why called “ English,” l; to
mation, 45; extracts from the statutes what party in the church it belongs,
of, 45, 48; their connection with the 80; how it aims to be practical, 119.
universities, by means of exhibitions,
49; Manchester, 187; Preston, in Lan- King's college, London, success at the
cashire, 39; Rugby, 78; Richmond, universities, 117, 158, 264; annual
191; new exhibitions founded at general court, 227.
Highgate, 155; enlarged at Exeter,
125; proposed extension of instruc- Ladies' schools, practical methods of
tion at Kirby Ravensworth, 9; vice teaching in, 216.
chancellor's judgment, 290; at Marl Language, on the importance of instruc-
borough, 154 ; lord chancellor's judg tion in, 66, 94; a knowledge of, more
ment, 418.

important than that of objects, 401;
Gresham college, 423.

outline of a course of lessons on, with
Grosvenor schools, Cheshire, 79.

especial reference to our own, 311;

first lessons in, 217, 311.
Harrow School, 191

Late boys in national school, “ To be
Health of the people, as connected with | late is to be absent," 17.
national education, 144.

Law, children sent to school to learn obe-
Hereford cathedral School, 423.

dience to, 21.
Hibernian Society, 228, 264.

Law reports, 154, 187, 290, 353, 418.
Hints to school managers, 215; to Leamy's charity, 118.
teachers, 257, 286.

Learning by heart, 122.
Holydays at public schools, 343.

Lectures, Familiar, in connection with
Holland, education in, 199.

questioning, 344.
Home and colonial infant school society, Libraries, lending, 32.

amended regulations, 79; resolutions Liverpool collegiate institution, 38, 77,
as to training, 327.

191.
Human studies, on the paramount im- Lower classes ; on attaching them to the
portance of, 93.

church, 43, 125.

Ignorance and crime, 225, 231.

Manufacturing districts; report of the
Imagination, on cultivating the, of young inspectors of factories, 357; on edu-
children, 5, 85, 165.

cation in, 319.
Individual, v. class instruction, 123. Maps, on the use of, 341; a book re-
Infant schools in Tuscany, 52; proposed commended on the construction of,
mid-day meal to the scholars, 188; 80.
the more an infant school resembles Marine society, 191.
a well regulated nursery the better, M'Neile testim
231.

Medical students, boarding-house for,
Infirmary, royal, for children, 192.

at St. Bartholomew's Hospital, 39,
Inspection, on the importance and ad- 229, 358, Queen's College at Birming-

vantages of, 29, 349 ; appointment of | ham, 78, 327.
local inspectors, 157 ; helps to pre- Memory, on writing from, 123.
cision in the work of inspection, 339; Mental faculties, order of development
hints from an inspector, 337.

of, 136.
Ireland, its educational wants and diffi- | Middle and lower orders, on the exclu-

culties, a dialogue, 272; government sion of the, from the clerical order,
scheme, 36; national education ques 44; on attaching them to the church,
tion, 79; address of the primate and antient method, 43; our present
eight other bishops, on the withdrawal means, 125.
of the parliamentary grant from church | Middle schools, 349, 38, 293.

Monitors, on the employment of, 232. | Punishment, a disquisition on, 161.
Moral training, Bishop Jebb on, 318;

separation of the sexes in, 316. Questioning, familiar lectures in connec-
Municipal corporation act, and trustees tion with, 344; a better mode of ex-
of charities, 353.

amining a class than by mere, 375;

questions in arithmetic, 342; chrono.
National society, annual report, 220; 1 logy, geographical arithmetic, &c., 343.

annual meeting, 226; address on edu (For religious questioning, see catechis-
cation in the manufacturing and mi ing.)
ning districts, 319; special fund, 325 ;
the Archdeacon of Lewes on, 323;
disposal of, 323, 355, 421; intelli-

Reading, how to teach, 216, 259.

Religious instruction cannot begin too
gence, 116, 189, 421.
Naval school, royal, 262.

early, 386; a specimen of, a century
Newfoundland and British North Ame-

ago, 381.

Reports and other documents, proposed
rica school society, 328.
Noise in large schools, hints how to re-

interchange of, 55.
duce, 134.

Rubrics and canons relating to educa-

tion, 115.
Nottingham, 391.

Rugby and Dunchurch deaneries' associa-
Oral teaching, methods of, 258.

tion, 357.
Orphan asylums, Infant, 76, 263; Lon-

Rugby school, 157; speech day, 263.
don, 392.
Oxford university, summary of the Sacrament, what is a (in verse), 385.
members of, 156 ; class list, 261, | St. Augustine - Some account of his
grant to the national society, 421. treatise on catechising, 361.

St. Mark's college, Chelsea, free scholar-
Parents of children in national schools ship, 159; annual examination, 226.

should be required to do their part, 18. | Sampler, lines for a, 33.
Parish schools, 349.

Scientific association, teachers', 158.
Parliamentary grants, 262; disposal of, School, specimen of school-house, with
35, 155.

ground plan and eleration, 11; propos-
Pews, an usurpation on the rights of the ed arrangement for a large national,
poor, 106, 120.

with woodcut, 133; ground plan of
Places, on the taking of, 232.

village,282; self-supporting, a tract re-
Play-ground, use of, in training system, commended, 33; straw plaiting school,
379.

280.
Poetry, on the advantages of, in educa Schoolmasters, helpers to the clergy, 29;

tion, 71; poetry, 33, 61, 150, 287,312, why we have not better, 365; a state-
385, 413.

ment of the position of, by one of
Policemen, libraries for, 264.

themselves, 397; remuneration of, in
Politics, a schoolmaster's, 50.

Scotland, 225; proposed provident
Portfolio, the editor's, 286, 318, 385, association, 174; thoughts for, 50,
414.

176, 309; on collecting, for improve-
Prayers, an office for the use of schools, ment, in the harvest holidays, 223,

254; a child's evening prayer, in 232; association, account of, 36 ;
verse, 288.

rules and regulations, 153 ; annual re-
Principles better than rules in teaching port, 388; association for Essex, 295;
arithmetic, 26.

union for the deanery of Bidminster,
Professorial lectures, an attempt to se 296; annual meeting in the Isle of

cure a correspondence between, and Man, 293 ; a plea for the ordination of
university examinations, at Cambridge, certain, 297; on the proposal, 329;
186.

objections by one of themselves, 331 ;
Prison, provision made for instruction in answer to the objections, by another,
the model, 39.

394; the “chistian brothers," pro-
Propagation of the gospel, society for, posed for consideration, 393.
356.

Scotland; Trinity college, Perth, 392.
Provident society, proposed church of Secretaries, meeting of, 226.
England schoolmaster's, 174.

Sedbergh school, 230.
Public schools, at what age a boy should Self-controu! in parents and instructors,
be sent to, 360.

236.

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