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JOURNAL OF EDUCATION;
SPECIALLY DESIGNED AS A
Medium of Correspondence
AMONG PAROCHIAL CLERGYMEN, AND ALL PROMOTERS OF SOUND EDUCATION;
" The Lord give you a loyal Nobility and a dutiful Gentry ; a pions, learned and
May Wisdom and KNOWLEDGE be the stability of your Time, and the Fear of the
Het HARVARD UNIVERSITY HY
GRADUATE SCHOOL OF EDUCATION
Dec 3, 1936
H, W' MARTIN, Printer, 19, Cursiton Street, Chancery Lane.
ADMISSION of children into national i Cambridge, hints on entering at, 205,
schools, hints to be given to parents 241; mathematical tripos, 76; clas-
sical, 156; adjudgment of medals,
262; attempt to secure a correspon-
dence between the professional lec-
in teaching, 26; first lessons in, 94; Canons and rubrics relating to educa-
in the diocese of Tours, 29; as pre-
paratory to confirmation, 30; advan-
regular, 15; a simple method of en- teaching, 31; should take place in the
preach without, is to build without a
foundation, 107; some account of
after the second lesson, 105; and re- basis of national education, 387; a
specimen of catechising very young
mended as a help, 71.
Catechism, hymns on the, 385, 413, 414.
the, 214 ; teaching the, should be a 159, 263.
Charter House, success at Oxford, 191,
ciety for teaching the, to read, 229. adults, 81; on cultivating the imagi.
ciples of, 172.
tional, 324; a classified list of, re. Christ's Hospital, history of, with wood-
tion of £1,000, 159; gains a university
scholarship, 159; Easter supper, 191 ;