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Galleries of Art, 235, 513.

| Hilda, 383.
Games, of chance, 321,

Hillhouse, James, 208.
In-door, 321.

Hints on reading, 215.
Gardening, 394.

History, subject of Reading and Study, 500.
General Culture, 161.

Bacon, 103.

Locke, 150.
Genius, without wisdom, 284.

Carlyle, 525.

Lalor, 43.
Geography, 487.

Chatham, 143.

Mill, 501.
Geometry, scientific and practical, 459, 490. 'Dupanloup, 893. Raumer, 360.
Geology, 496.

Johnson, 15, 543. Sedgwick, 228.
German Language and Literature, 202, 480.

Macaulay, 544.

Whately, 113.
German Bible, 274.

Hobbs, Thomas, 14.
German Scholarship, 437.

HODGSON, W. B., 442
Girls, Education of, 289,

Classical Instruction : its Use and Abuse, 442.
General aims and defect

Holidays for Children, 327.
Music-French-Dancing, 298, 391.

Home Education for Girls, 340.
Multiplicity of studies-Superficialty, 303. Home School of Sir Thomas More, 369.
Fiction-Romances-Frivolity, 304.

Homer, 160.
Religious and moral culture, 309.

Homes of Studious Women, 390.
Household duties and occupations, 332.

Honesty, 67, 173.
Higher moral culture, 335.

HOOKER, JOHN, Study of
Home and school education compared, 341. Hooker, Richard, 13.
Globes, 43, 138, 155.

Hortensius, as an Orator, 168.
God, in Life and Education, 49, 81, 86, 281. Horace, 131, 137, 139, 174, 538.
Instruction respecting, 50, 380..

Hospital work for Women, 401, 408.
Reverence of, 68, 75, 81, 243, 528.

Houghton, Lord, use of Translations, 468.
Old and New Testament teaching of, 274. Hotel-Dieu, 402.
Goethe, 300, 308, 336, 340.

House-keeping, 383.
Domestic work of Girls, 340.

Household Ordering and Expenses, 332.
Good-humor, 184.

HUXLEY, T. H., 473.
Good-breeding, 185, 243, 247.

Study of Zoology, 474.
Good-manners, 185, 243, 247.

Hufeland, Counsels for Mothers, 311.
Government of Family, 75.

Humanizing influence of Letters, 418, 521.
Grammar, 155.

Humility, a lesson of science, 456.
Grafting, and Education, 18.

Husbandry, 79, 155.
Gratitude, 135.

Hymns and Bible texts, 315.
Gravitation, Law of, defied by Tableturners, 451 Hypatia, 382.
Greediness, 321.
Gregory, of Nazianson, at Athens, 538.

Idleness, 132.
Greece, the University of ancient, 5

Ignorance, courage to own, 199.
Greek Language and Literature, 465, 501.

Knowledge of our own, 106.
Historical development in school, 465.

Imagination, 48, 120, 422.
Pedagogical estimate, 501. Chatham, 133. Impatience, 379.
CICERO, 167.

Gladstone, 434. Impulse, wisdom by, 284.
DeQuincey, 200.

Lowe, 424

Independence, 95, 268.
Froude, 520.

Niebuhr, 174. Information, not education, 435.
Grimke, Thomas, 230.

Ingratitude, 134.
Grote, J., 15.

Instinctive opinions, 117.
Grey, Lady Jane, 377.

Intellectual education, 40, 474.
Conversation with Ascham, 376.

Inclination and Incredulity, 453.
Grey Sisters, 402.

Industrial element, 79, 107, 362, 383, 399.
Growth, principle of, in education, 33.

Investigation, faculty of, 489.
Gymnastics, 38.

JAMESON, MRS., 399.
Habit of Mind, 446.

Woman's Work, 899.
Habits, personal, 12, 16, 53.

Jean, Paul, 297, 311.
HALE, SIR MATHEW, 77.

JEROME, ST., 289.
Advice to his grandsons, 77.

Letter to Laeta, 290.
HALL, JOSEPH, 81.

Jest, subjects exempt from, 177.
Letter to Lord Denny-ordering of a Day, 81. Jester, in Society, 181.
Advice for all sorts of men, 86.

Job, Book of, 286.
Letter to Mr. Milman-Study and Meditation, 84. Johnson, Samuel, 15, 187, 202.
HAMILTON, SIR WILLIAM, 461.

Travel, History, Printing, 542.
Education defined, 15, 18, 21.

Conversational power, 187.
Mathematics as mental discipline, 461.

Joubert, common sense defined, 393.
Hand-writing, 380.

Judgment, want of, in educated men, 450.
Hardwicke, Lord, 238.

Trained by natural science, 452, 456.
Hardening the Body, 37.

Jukes, Prof., accidental bias to Geology, 477.
Happiness, 102, 147, 277.

Julian, Emperor at Athens, 643.
Harris, James, 16.

Juvenal, 175.
Health, 82, 141, 376, 528.
Overtasked in school, 480.

Kant, Emanuel, 25.
Heart-knowledge, 113, 204.

Knitting, and Needlework, 292, 362.
Heart-wisdom, 102, 188, 285.

Knowledge, love of, 15.
Heart-bearing, 480.

Knowledge, is not science or education, 480
Heat, latent study

Knowledge, and Wisdom, 15, 100, 279.
Helps, Arthur, 18.

Kyrle, John, the Man of Ross, 256.
HENFREY, ARTHUR, 469,
Claims of Botanical Science, 469.

Labor, 80, 83, 204, 525.
Hercules, 53, 73, 77.

Laboratory work, 496.
Choice, 97.

Laborissiére, Hospital of, 407.
Herode's Atticas, 543.

LaBruyère, 127.
HERSCHEL, Sir John F. W., 457.

Lady Jane Grey, 377.
Mathematics in school curriculum, 457.

Laeta, education of Daughter, 290.
Taste for reading, 205.

LALOR, JOHN, 20, 33.

Ditt, 1

198,461,450

Prize Essay-Nature of Education, 33. LANDOR, WALTER S., 397.

Imaginary Conversation, 377. Language, command of, how got, 124. Chatham, 144.

More, 372.
Brougham, 163. Niebuhr, 175.

Pitt, 165.
Languages, 198, 445, 446.

Ancient, 152, 461, 483.
Modern, 201, 500.
Labor of mastering, 153, 198.

Faculties exercised, 198, 446.
Latin Language and Literature, 501.
Chatham, 500.

Milton, 154.
De Quincey, 201.

Niebuhr, 171. Hale, 77.

Parker, 465.
Lavater, 184.
Laughter, 186.
Laws of Nature, 450.
Law, Trade or Profession of, 153, 161.
Law, Universe of, 13.
Learn, by teaching, 342, 495.
Learner, object of education to make a good, 447.
Learning and Experience, 447.
Learning, 152, 370.
Learned Women, 336.
Lecture, and the Book, compared, 32, 193, 472.

Value for accurate knowledge, 193, 497.
Lending, and suretyship, 263.
Lent, 372.
Lesson on Botany, 491.
Letter-writing, 141, 368, 372.

Mackintosh, 368.
Madame de Sevi

More, 372.
Levanna, 332.
Liberal education, different aspects, 103, 417.
Bacon, 103.

Lowe, 421.
Carlyle, 524.

Masson, 23. Chacham, 129. Macaulay, 543. Doderlin, 436.

Mill, 499. Donaldson, 435. Milton, 151. DeQuincey, 193. Newman, 529. Gladstone, 433. Niebuhr, 169. Faraday, 150.

Owen, 476. Froude, 515.

Temple, 417. Hamilton, 18.

Tyndall, 481. Hale, 77.

Whately, 105.
Huxley, 478.

Whewell, 458.
Jacobs, 437.

Wilson, 483.
Locke, 145.
Libraries, origin of, 539.
Library, 205, 209, 215.
Lie, and Lying, 318.
Life, 147, 278, 396.
Literature, as a vocation, 194.

Open to Woman, 394.
Literature, of knowledge and power, 199.
Literature, part of liberal culture, 419, 500.
Literary character, 227.
Listener, 184.
Locality, school of, 23, 535.
Logical Faculty, 488.
Logic, 195, 508.
Lord's Prayer, for children, 309.
Loving heart, 204.
Love, a motive to study, 000.
Lunatic Asylums, 410.
LYELL, SIR CHARLES, 475.

Claims of physical science, 475.
LIITON, LORD EDWARD BULWER, 272.

Management of money, 265.

Emerson, 243.

Swift, 244.
Landor, 243
Maps, and map drawing, 43.
Marcus, Emperor of Rome, at Athens, 538.
Margaret More, 374.
Martha, Sisters of St., 403.
Martineau, James, 445.
Manual labor, 362.
Manufacturers, value of books to, 216.
Masson, David, 33.

College and self-education, 28
Mathematics, subject of study, 457, 486.
Hamilton, 461.

Herschel, 457.
DeQuincey, 197.

Whewell, 458.
Hale, 78.

Mill, 506.
Temple, 488.
Mathematics versus Philosophy, 461.
Mathematical reasoning, 114, 197, 463, 486.

Dangers and difficulties, 464.
Marriage, 305.
Manual labor, 107, 292.
Mary, the Mother, 400.
Meals, 53, 83, 321.
Means and Ends, 229.
Measures, 43.
Mechanics, value of books to, 216.
Meditation, 83, 150. Menippus, 167.
Memory, 89, 112. Metropolitan City, 533.
Method of studying, 110, 225, 226, 230.
Mental Science, 46.
Mensuration, 460.
Mental Training, 488, 498.
Mind, the basis of Academical polity, 642.
MILTON, JOHN, 151, 207.

Letter to Samuel Hartlib, 151.
Military Art and Tactics, 164, 159.
MILL, JOHN STUART, 497.

Education, in its larger and narrower senee, 497.
Proper function of a University, 498.
Scotch and English Universities compared, 499.
General School Education, scientific and lib., 500.
Modern languages, History, Geography, 500.
Greek and Latin languages, and literature, 501,
Limitations to classical studies--science, 504.
Mathematics, pure and applied-experiments, 507.
Logic, Physiology, and Psychology, 509.
Politics, History, Economics, Jurisprudence, 510.
International Law, Religion, Ethics, 511.
Art and Asthetic culture, Poetry, 513.

Discipline of active life, 514.
Modesty, 70, 293, 322, 376.
Monologe, not conversation, 191.
Money, its acquisition and management, 249.
Bacon, 255.

Lytton, 265.
Burleigh, 75.

Pope, 357.
Franklin, 249.

Taylor, 260.
Montesquieu, 126.
Moral Philosophy, 150.
Moral Science Tripos, 499.
Moon, G. W., 208.
Moral education, 22, 48.
Moral sense, 62.
More, Sir Thomas, 34

Letters on the education of his children, 370.
Morning hours, 398.
Mothers, 48, 341.
Motives for study,
Music, 39, 349, 351.
Music, in educati
Lalor, 39.

Raumer, 248, 298.
Milton, 159.
Much, not Many, rule for reading, 230, 544.
Miscellaneous reading, 176.

MACAULAY, THOMAS B., 206.

Travel and History, 544.

University of Athens, 543.
MACKINTOSH, Sir James, Familiar Letters, 368.
Man of Ross, Pope's picture, 257.

The original, 258.
Mandeville, 107.
Manly exercises, 87, 159.
Manners, defined and value, 136, 185, 243.
Buffon, 302.

Newman, 531.
Chatham, 136.

Raumer, 323 Chesterfield, 124. Hale, 243

Nations, University division at Athens, 542.
National Anniversaries, 331.
Nation, education of a, 17.
Nature, 274, 284, 450.
Naturalist, 473.
Natural History, 473, 476.
Natural Philosophy, 44, 78.
Natural Sciences, 359, 456, 484.
Natural Scenery, 614.
Needlework, 292, 362.
Necker, Madame, 297, 298, 340, 346.

Neglected education, remedies for, 193.

Praise, 61, 128, 370.
NEWMAN, John H., 529.

Prayers, 113, 309. Preconceptions, 110.
English Protestant Bible, 274.

Preface and Contents of a Book, 225.
University of Life and Affairs, 529.

Prejudices and Misconcertions, 149.
University of Athens, 535, 545.

Pride, 62, 371.
New Testament, 50, 273, 274.

Printing, civilization before, 543.
NIEBUHR, GEORGE B., 169.

Priestly, 217.
Letter on study of Philosophy, 170.

Private or Home Education for Girls, 363.
Non multa sed multum, 91, 521.

Private tutor, 344, 369.
Note Book, 73, 90.

Prizes, 62.
Number, 42.

Probabilities, Proximate judgment in, 452.
Nuns for Hospital service, 401.

Proaeresius at Athens, 539.
Nursery-maids, 325.

Proairesis, 156.

Prodicus, 97.
Oaths, vulgarity of, 70.

Choice of Hercules, 97.
Obedience, 57, 318.

Profanity, 70.
Object Teaching, 41.

Professional Teaching, 32, 64.
Observation, habits of, 40.

Professors at Athens, 542
Occupation, choice of, 77, 107.

Endowed by the State, 542.
Education, training for, 436, 519.

Pronunciation of Latin, 154, 290.
Manual, 362.

Proportionate Judgment, 455, 485.
Old age, 170.

Prytanes at Athens, 544.
Old and the Young, 28.

Punctuality, 247.
Old Testament, 274.

Public School Commission, Report, 483.
One-sidedness of mind, 486.

Pursuits of Literature quoted, 199, 221. .
Order and punctuality, 90, 322.

Puzzled state of mind, 114, 148.
Oral method, 29, 31, 32, 529.

Pythagorean Letter, 291.
Ornamentation of home, 362.

Pythagorean silence, 134.
Oratory, training for, 158, 161, 165.
Reading, writing, and meditation, 167.

Quantity, science of, 462.
Brougham, 161. Cicero, 166.

Questions on a Book or Lesson, 112.
Pitt, 165.

Preliminary, or Socratic, 112.
Ovid, cited, 177.

Quarreling, 236, 314.
Owen, Richard, 476.

Quintilian, 155.
Claims of Natural History, 476.

Raillery, 128, 182. Ramsden, 17, 19.
Pagan views, 384.

RAUMER, KARL VON, 295.
PAGET, GEORGE E., 478.

Education of Girls, 295.
Physiology, 478.

Reading, the art of, 343.
Pain, Physical, 35. Painting, 394, 512. Reading, hints respecting, 215.
Paley, William, 15. Pardon asking, 316.

Ascham, 377.

Johnson, 203.
Parr, Thomas, 17. Partiality of Parents, 313. Bacon, 103.

Landor, 378.
Patriotism, 32, 141. Patience of thought, 455. Carlyle, 203, 525: Potter, 220, 226.1
Paula, 382,401.

Collingwood, 320. Sedgwick, 227
PARKER, CHARLES STUART, 465.

DeQuincey, 193.

Watts, 215.
Historical development of Greek and Latin, 465. D'Israeli,

Whately, 104.
Peace and War, education for, 154, 158.

Dupanloup, 383.

Raumer, 337.
Pedantry, 18, 246.

Grimke, 230.

Vail, 215.
Penmanship, 176, 369. Perseus, 135.

Reading and Discourse or Conference, 150
Pericles, 135, 541, 544. Perception, 469.

Reading and Reflection, 150, 222, 230, 277.
Perseverance, 279, 286. Pestalozzi, 295, 305. Reading and Writing, 224.
Phidias, 544.

Reading for Girls, 228, 338
Philology and Philological studies, 170.

Ready man, 103, 186.
Philosophy, 99, 461, 489.

Real objects, in early instruction, 41.
Philosophical Sciences, 461.

Reasoning, different kinds, 116, 485.
Physiology, 44, 478, 479, 496:

Mathematical, 463,
Phocion, Science of, 525.

Problematical, 45
Piano, abuse of, 391. Picture Bible, 309.

Philosophical, 464.
Piety, culture of, 70.

Receptive Faculty, 489.
Pitt, Thomas, Letters to, 139.

Recreations of the Family, 365.
Pitt, w., the Great Commoner, 129.

Reformatories, 414.
Pitt, William, training as an Orator, 165.

Reflection, 222, 229, 277.
Pysical Education, 34.

Religion, 49, 134,512.
Physics, how taught, 479, 481, 495.

Religious Culture and Work, 134, 809, 395.
Physical Geography, 472.

Rewards and encouragemen
Physical Sciences, claims assented by,

Reverence, 67, 96, 135.
Ackland, 479.
Faraday,

Reviews of lessons and books, 158, 176.
Airy, 448.
Henfrey, 469.

Rhetoric, 162
Cuvier, 577.
Hooker, 472

RICE, A. H., 211.
Huxley, 473.
Lyell, 475.

Riches, uses and abus
Lowe, 429.
Tyndall, 481.

Riding, 136, 159.
Owen, 476.
Wilson, 483.

Rivalry, 812.
Paget, 478.
Vaughan, 445.

Romance reading, 338.
Plato, 503.

Rote memory, 113.
Pocket money, 333.

Ruskin, 19.
Poetry, in higher education, 165, 174.

Mill, 513. Milton, 157. Lalor, 47. Sainte-Beauve on Chesterfield's Letters, 125.
Politics and Political economy, 184, 510.

Sarcasm and severity. 76, 174, 177.
Politeness, 136, 243.

Schools, variety and office, 23, 2
Poor Richard, or the Way to Wealth, 249.

Sculpture and education, 16.
Pope, ALEXANDER, 14, 104

Science in School Curriculum,
Man of Ross, or the true Use of Wealth, 227. General neglect, 476, 485.
POTTER, ALONZO, 215.

Sciences, classification of, 469, 473, 476.
Hand Book for Reading, 221.

Scientific information, 487.
Advantages of Science, 215, 222

Scientific Training, 487, 497,

508

Seience defined, 435, 490.

Book-keeping, 448. Medicine, 156.
Exactness and power, 485.

Botany, 469

Music, 159, 356.
Scheme, or plan of study, 150, 17.

Chemistry, 476, 479. Natural History, 476,
Scholarship,delights o

Classical, 445.

456.
Scotland, and education, 499.

Civil economy, 510. Natural Philosophy, 103,
Seott, Sir Walter, 443.

Economics, 156.

135, 156.
Scriptures, how to study, 108.

Ethics, 103, 155, 511. Natural Sciences, 359,
Sedgwick, Catharine M.,

Experimental Sciences, 456, 477.
Reading for Girls, 227.

· 494, 507.

Oratory, 151, 157, 161,
Seeing, art of, 239.'

Drawing, 356.

168.
Self, and Selfishness, 95, 178, 180, 184.

French, 346, 138, 202. Painting, 394,512.
Self-activity, 15, 233

German, 480.

Penmanship, 176, 379.
Self-education, helps to, 23, 28.

Greek, 133, 200, 465. Physical Sciences, 445,
Books, 28, 35, 215. Work, 218.

Geometry, 460, 490. 467, 480.
Examples, 29, 217. Dangers of, 31.

Geography, 138, 500. Philosophy, 78, 461.
Self-knowledge, 96, 128, 150, 286.

Geology, 477, 484, 496. Philosophical Sciences,
Self-love and Wisdor

Grammar, 154.

461.
Self-examination, 150, 452.

Globes, 43, 138, 155. PhysicalGeography,472,
Seneca, 225.

Hebrew, 167

487.
Senses, Culture of, 40, 481.

Hydrostatics, 494. Pneumatics, 494.
Sevigne, Letters by, 368.

History, 103, 176, 345, Philology, 170, 176.
Sex, 55, 325, 370.

500, 510.

Physiology, 156, 479,
Sensuality, 97.

Hamanitics, 418.

508.
Shaftsbury, 225.

Hand-writing, 176, 380. Physics, 256, 479, 481,
Shakspeare, 11, 92, 236, 380.

International Law, 510. Piano, 351.
Shyness, 179.

Italian, 156.

Psychology, 509.
Sherman, Roger, 219.

Jurisprudence, 510. Politics, 157, 510.
Short, Bishop, 13.

Language, 198, 445,446, Political Economy, 510.
SIDNEY, SIR HENRY,

500.

Poetry, 157, 513.
Letter to his Son, 69.

Logic, 103, 153, 157, 197, Rhetoric, 103.
SIDNEY, SIR PHILIP, 231.

Reading, 343.
Letter on Travel, 232.

Latin, 152, 201, 466,502. Religion, 51.
Silence, time for, 134, 528.

Mathematics, Pure, 103, Science generally, 487.
Seldom repented of, 86.

153, 156, 198, 506 Singing, 348.
Simpson, J., 21.

Mathematics,Mixed,156, Theology , 157.
Simplicity, 90.

457, 507.

Trigonometry, 156.
Singing, 39, 356.

Mechanics, 494.

Zoology, 473
Sisterhoods, 401.

Studious manner, 369, 381.
Beguines, 402. St. Elizabeth, 408, 408. Style, 146, 173, 178.
Grey Sisters, 402. St. Martha, 403.

Sunday, 83.
Hospital, 402.

Charity, 405, 407. Subjects, Reading by, 221.
Skill, Manuel, 292.

Swetchine, Madame, 398.
Site of a University typified at Athens, 538. Swimming, 38.
Sleep, 81, 147, 158, 307, 365.

SWIFT, JONATHAN, 179,
Slow development, 41.

Conversation, 179, Manners, 244.
Smattering of knowledge, 104, 107, 392.

Sword, use of, 136.
Smart, but ill natured words, 128.
Smith, Goldwin, 468.

Table-turning, 451.
Smith, Sidney, too much Latin and Greek, 442. Taxonomy, 471.
Smith, Southwood, Health, 45.

TAYLOR, HENRY, 281, 286,
Socrates, 25, 97.

Money, its management,
Social Reading, 228.

Wisdom in conduct, 28
Social Sciences, 470.

TAYLOR, JEREMY, 87,
Solitude, experience of, 185, 195, 276.

Manly Element in Education, 87.
Songs of childhood, 40.

Teaching, 495,500.
SOUTH, ROBERT, 13, 92.

Teachers, special training, 64, 170.
SOUTHEY, ROBERT, 99, 443.

Teachers of Mankind
* Knowledge and Wisdom, 100.

Telescope, 218.
Space and Time, 462.

Temper, 56, 187.
Sparta, 158.

Temple, Sir William, 184.
Species, 471.

TEMPLE, FRED., 417,
Speaking, fluency in, how acquired, 162.

Languages, Mathematics, Science, 418.
Speculations, useless' 147.

Tenderness,
Sports and Pastimes, 38.

Tonnelé on Female Culture, 389.
ST. JEROME, 289.

Tennyson, 401.
Letter to Laeta, 290.

Terror, Impulse of, 59, 315.
Steele, Sir Richard, 184.

Text-book, 495.
Story-tellers in society, 133.

Tents and Hymns, 315.
Statesmanship, school of, 532.

Theresia, 382.
Stanhope, Son of Earl Chesterfield, 125.

Things, Knowledge of, 41, 422.
Stewart, Dugald, 21.

Thinking, Faculty of, '186, 447, 485.
Staupitius, 90.

Theophrastus, at Athens, 542.
STRAFFORD, LORD,

Theology, 157.
Letters to his Son, 73.

Thibaut, on Purity in Music, 354.
Studium Generale, defined, 529.

Time, 250, 462.
Study, Objects, Limits, and Methods, 145.

Timidity, 315.
Student Life at Athens, 537.

Timing speakers, in conversation, 191.
Studies, Characteristic of different, 103.

Tractate on Education, by Milton, 151.
STUDIES, ELEMENTARY, LIBERAL, AMD SPECIAL, Translations, oral and written, 165, 175.

Agriculture, 80, 155. Mensuration, 459. Training, 17, 488.
Anatomy, 474.

Modern Languages. 476. Trainin

Modern Languages, 476, Training to Think, 495.
Arithmetic, 45, 334, 348. 500.

Travel, Advice respecting, 235,
Art, or asthetics, 512. Military tactics, 159, Aiken, 239.

Littleton, 237.
Astronomy, 380, 484. Moral Duty, 156.

Bacon, 27, 235. Macaulay, 239.
Biology, 470, 471. Moral Philosophy, 150. Bodleigh, 71. Masson, 37.

1.

Fuller, 91.
Milton, 160, 237.

War, too much in education, 75, 146, 152.
Hardwicke, 238. Shakspeare, 236.

Warrior, The Happy, 97.
Johnson, 238.

Watching children, 390.
Travel, Objects of Attention, 231.

Watt, James, 218.
Administration of Cities and Stat

Watts, Isaac, 215, 223.
Art, 235, 238, 512.

Wedgewood, Josiah, 218.
Church Affairs, 71, 235.

Weights and Measures, 43.
Government, 72, 233.

WHATELY, RICHARD, 18, 178,
Geography, 72.

Annotations on Bacon's Studies, 104.
Judiciary, 72, 235.

WHEWELL, WILLIAM, 11, 458,
Trade and Traffic, 72, 234.

Mathematics in Liberal Education, 458.
Languages, 91, 235..

Whitaker, Rules in reading, 230.
Comparative estimate, 232.

Whithcote, 13.
Travel, how made profitable, 73, 91, 232.

Whickiff, Huss, and Luther, 226.
Maturity of Mind and Character, 237.

Whittier, Treatment of the Insane, 410.
Previous knowledge from books, 91, 235. Wife, Choice of, 69, 75, 270.
Access to best society, 234, 236, 237.

Will, Force and control of, 57.
Separate from countrymen, 236.

Will, Coffee House, 181.
Remove prejudices, 78, 237, 239.

Wilson, J. M., Rugby School, 483,
Avoid foreign vices, 71, 91, 236.

Natural Science in Schools, 483.
Travels, Books of, 119.

Failure of Latin and Greek in discipline, 483.
Trifles, in Training, 308.

Intrinsic Dignity and Power of Science, 485.
Truth, Law of Education and Science, 51, 148, 173, Subjects and Methods, 487.
Love of, 128, 168.

Specimen Lesson-Botany, 491.
Truths, Classification of, 470.

Experimental Physics, 194.
TYNDALL, JOHN, 481,

Winemon, 223.
Physics, 481.

WINTHROP, ROBERT C., 209.
Physics, 481.

Books and Reading, 209.
Tutor, 77, 344.

Wisdom, in Conduct, 93, 281,
Type and Voice, in teaching, 32, 529.

Barrow, 93. Southey, 99.

Bible, 101, 102. Taylor, 281.
Ulysses' bow, 160.

Carlyle, 527.
University, lectures, not for uneducated men, 193. | Humboldt, 237. Wordsworth, 279.
Unconscious manner, 323.

Wise men, in word and deed, 279, 282.
Uneducated mind, 488.

Wise men of Greece, characteristics, 99.
University, defined, 529,534,

Wits, proferred in company, 141.
Site, 585.

Woman, her Aim and Merit, 281,
Student life at Athens, 537, 543.

Pagan and Christian view, 384.
Proper function, 498, 529.

Dangers of mental culture, 388.
English and Scotish, 499, 516.

Home of studious women, 389.
University studies,

Pursuits open to, 373, 401.
Carlyle, 524.
Milton, 151.

Necessity of method to-Morning hours, 398.
Froude, 515.
Mill, 495.

Exclusion from society, influence of, 183.
Lowe, 121.
Newman, 528.

Words, Study of, 153, 423.
University, and the great Public Schools, 458. WORDSWORTH, WILLIAM, 279,
University Men, deficiencies in, 428.

The Happy Warrior, 279.
Unlearning, necessity for, 113.

Work, cure of all maladies, 204, 525.

Working-day World, 399.
VAIL, THOMAS H., 215,

World, Knowledge of, 94, 204.
Hints respecting Books and Reading, 215. Wrestling, and other athletic sports, 158.
Valor, 204.

Wotton, Sir Henry, 12.
Vanity, 61, 371, 389.

Writing, or Penmanship, 176, 379.
VAUGHAN, H., 11, 32,

Writing and Speaking, 112, 163, 165, 168.
Oral Teaching, 32.

Writing with Reading, 112, 224, 225
Exclusion of physical science, 446.

WYATT, SIR THOMAS, 67,
Relative value of languages 446.

Letter to his son at school, 67.
Veracity, in dealing with children, 52.

Honesty, Reverence, Goodness,
Ventilation, 35.

Wyttenbach, on daily reading, 225.
Verplanck, Gulian C., Reading, 219.
Versification in a dead language, 152, 440, 425. Y. Pythagorean Symbol, 291.
Vincent de Paul, 405.

Yorke Philip, 238.
Virgil, 131.

Young Children, 33, 299.
Virtue in Education, 14, 97.

Young Ladies, 382.'
Address to Hercules, 98.
Voice, Power of the living, 32, 39, 187.

hoice of Hercules, 97.
Universal cultivation, 39

Zoology, Study in Schools, 473.
Cicero's culture, 167.

Writing with THOMAS, 6 hool, 67.

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