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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 pious, 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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18-13

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; 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.

186. 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 reconiin 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 prinEuropeans 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 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 ;

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