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JOURNAL OF EDUCATION;

SPECIALLY DESIGNED AS A

Medium of Correspondence

AMONG PAROCHIAL CLERGYMEN, AND ALL PROMOTERS OF SOUND EDUCATION;
PARENTS, SPONSORS, SCHOOLMASTERS, SUNDAY SCHOOL

TEACHERS, ETC.

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" The Lord give you a loyal Nobility and a dutiful Gentry ; a pions, learned and
useful Clergy; an honest, industrious, and obedient Commonalty.

May Wisdom and KNOWLEDGE be the stability of your Time, and the Fear of the
LORD your Treasure."— The Benediction of the Queen : Coronation Service.

EDITED BY
GEORGE MOODY, M. A.,

Rector of Gilston near Harlow.

VOLUME 1.

LONDON:
DARTON AND CLARK, 58, HOLBORN HILL;
SLATTER, OXFORD; STEVENSON, CAMBRIDGE; WHYTE & CO., EDINBURGH :
MILLIKEN, DUBLIN; GRAPEL, LIVERPOOL; STRONG, BRISTOL.

Het HARVARD UNIVERSITY HY

GRADUATE SCHOOL OF EDUCATION
CUNGK MONROE C GUTMAN UBRARYTON

Dec 3, 1936

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H, W' MARTIN, Printer, 19, Cursiton Street, Chancery Lane.

INDEX.

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

schools, hints to be given to parents 241; mathematical tripos, 76; clas-
on the, 19.

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

262; attempt to secure a correspon-
Apparatus, on school, 210, 341.

dence between the professional lec-
Appointments, 40, 119, 160, 192, 230, tures and university examinations at,
264, 328, 360, 424.

186.
Arithmetic, principles better than rules Canada, university in, 157, 328.

in teaching, 26; first lessons in, 94; Canons and rubrics relating to educa-
how 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 pre-
Arnold memorial, 79.

paratory to confirmation, 30; advan-
Attendance 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 reconi-
in 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,
103, 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 imagi.
Blue Coat Hospital at Liverpool, 118. nation of young, 5, 85, 165.
Bombay, school for the children of Chinese education, on the general prin-
Europeans ai, 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 wood-
quired for national schools, 98; for cut, 56; regulations for the admission
children, 32; "For many books I care of children, 59; her majesty's dona-
not,” 312.

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

scholarship, 159; Easter supper, 191 ;

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