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Art. I. Publications on the Education of the Poor
V. Publications on West Indian Slavery
THE EDINBURGH REVIEW,
Ant. I. Report of J. Lancaster's Progress from the Year 1798, with the Report of the Finance Committee for the Year 1810 :
To which is prefired, an Address of the Committee for Promoting the Royal Lancasterian System for the Education of the Poor. 8vo. pp. 36. London. Printed by J. Lancaster at
the Royal Free School Press in Southwark. 1811. An Account of the Progress of Joseph Lancaster's Plan for the
Education of Poor Children, and the Training of Masters for · Country Schools; with Lists of Subscribers. 8vo. Printed by
J. Lancaster at the Royal Free School Press. 1810. A Comparative View of the two new Systems of Education for the
Infant Poor ; in a Charge delivered to the Clergy of the Officialty of the Dean and Chapter of Durham, at Berwick-uponTweed, on Tuesday, April 23d; and at Durham, on Thursa day, May 12th, 1811. By the Rev. R. G. Bowyer, LL. B., Prebendary of Durham, and Official. 8vo. pp. 25. London. Rivingtons. 1811. The National Religion the foundation of National Education; a
Sermon preached in the Cathedral Church of St Paul, London, on Thursday, June 13th, 1811, being the time of the Yearly Meeting of the Children educated in the Charity Schools in and about the Cities of London and Westminster: To which is added, a Collection of Notes, containing Proofs and Illustrations. By Herbert Marsh, D. D. F. R. S. Margaret Professor of Divinity in the University of Cambridge. Preached and printed at the request of the Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge. 4th Edition. 8vo. pp. 34. London. Ri
vingtons. 1811. W e laid before our readers, a year ago, a full, and, as far
as we either are conscious ourselves, or have ever heard during the controversy, an impartial view of the great question VOL. XIX. NO. 37.