Annual Report and Documents of the New York Institution for the Instruction of the Deaf and Dumb, Volum 77,Parts 1895-1898
Vol. 26- includes the report on the schools for the deaf and dumb in central and western Europe by Rev. George E. Day.
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admission advance AMERICAN MANUAL ALPHABET Andrews applicant Archibald D Arith,tic Arithmetic Average awarded Barlow Hill Barrager Berry Bessie Board of Directors boys Charles Committee cooking day of 18 Deaf and Dumb deaf child deaf children Deaf-Mutes Dear Sir Division Edward Eleventh Avenue Enoch Henry Currier Ethel R. C. Caparn examination of Grade Fancher Fayetta Peck Females Florence G. S. Smith Fund Gallaudet Geography girls Grace H guardians gymnasium Hall Hanmer Harriett Helen herewith present Hoyt Ida Montgomery Improved Instruction inches Inst1tut1on IO.O John Jones June kindergarten language Laws Lip Reading Male Mansion House Mary NAMES OF PUPILS Nixon number of pupils Oral parents present our report Principal Prudence Burchard Public Instruction Pup1ls Rank Reading repaired Resolved Respectfully submitted Robert Robert D Sir We herewith Speech Stella Stryker Superintendent of Public Tassell taught by Misses teachers tion Townsend Unkart William G York City York Institution
Pàgina 158 - I do set my bow in the cloud, and it shall be for a token of a covenant between me and the earth.
Pàgina 98 - Mary's institution for the improved instruction of deaf-mutes in the city of Buffalo; or, 4. The Central New York institution for deaf-mutes in the city of Rome; or, 5. The Albany home school for the oral instruction of the deaf at Albany; or, 6.
Pàgina 158 - HE speaks not well who doth his time deplore, Naming it new and little and obscure, Ignoble and unfit for lofty deeds. All times were modern in the time of them, And this no more than others. Do thy part Here in the living day, as did the great Who made old days immortal ! So shall men, Gazing long back to this far-looming hour, Say: " Then the time when men were truly men...
Pàgina 158 - Defying leagued fraud with single truth, Not fearing loss and daring to be pure. When error through the land raged like a pest, They calmed the madness caught from mind to mind By wisdom drawn from eld, and counsel sane ; And, as the martyrs of the ancient world Gave Death for man, so nobly gave they life: Those the great days, and that the heroic age.