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Drawing, 88, 406.
Drunkenness a National Vice, 522.
Drury, John, Reformed School, 298.
Domestic Arrangements, 110.
Domestic or Home Education, 355, 390, 397.
Domestic Life, English, in 16th Century, 369.

Evelyn Family, 369.
Mre. Walker, 385.
Mrs. Hutchinson, 391,
Lady Fanshawe, 399.
Countes: of Warwick, 392.

Duchess of Newcastle, 397.
Donatus's Latin Grammar, 24.
Dorset, Countess, 379.
Dow, Gerard, The Schoolmaster, 226.
Dove, Daniel, The Doctor, 433.
Home and Home Education, 433
Village Church and Graveyard, 434.
Books and Reading, 485.
Methods of Education, 438.
Dugird's Probation Book, 252.
Duit, Grant, 127.

Classics in General Education, 127.
Use of Transla ions, 127.
• Verse Composition, 128.
Dulce Domum. at Winchegter. 39.
Dumb Philosopher, Defoe, 4

Rules of Conduct, 430.
Damb-belle, 408.
Duáciad, Schools and Universities, 338.
Early Impressions, 44%.
Early Instruction, Processes, 480.

Comenius, 223.
Froebel, 471.

Southey, 440.
Hoole, 193.

Payne, 480.
Early English School Books, 208.

208.
Horn Book, 208. Geography in Verse.
A B C Books, 211. Arithmetical Roles in
Primers, 208.

Doggerel, 209.
Arithmetic, 209, 210. Grammar Rules, 208.
Early Rising, 20, 432.
Earnestness, Power of, 143, 145.
Eating, 35, 172, 349.
Edioburgh University, 356.
Edgewortb, Maria, cited, 479
Edom, in Winton'dialect, 30.
Edward VI., Education in his reign, 421.

Grammar Schools founded, 3.

Eton College. 5.
Education and Instruction, 492.
Education, Art of, 468, 527.

Chair of, 528.
Education, Defined and Described, vii. x.
Arnold, 141.

Goldemith, 347.
Calderwood, 497. Huxley, 478.
Currie, 513.

Johnson, 359.
Donaldson,

Parr, 364.
Froebel, 472.

Payne, 468.
Todhunter, 529.
Education, Designed or Formal, 182, 481.
Domestic, 369.

Collegiate, 457.
Industrial, 366.

School, 224.
Mutual, 311.

Infant, 471.
Military, 428.

Life and Affair
Female, '384, 399, 427. Self, 469.
Physical, 183, 408. Moral, 150, 499.

Religious, 109, 142.
Education-Aims,

Individual Development, 490.
State and Social, 530. Citizenship, 189.
Trades, 488.

Liberal, 457.
Educative Studies, 426, 493.
Education, Science of, Donaldson, 481.
Payne, 465.

Jolly, 527.
Egg-flip day, 39.
Egbert, at Winchester, 17.
Election Chamber, 37.
Election to Exhibitious, Scholarship, 37, 48.

Practice at Rugby, 136.
Elective Studies, 459.

Elementary, Mulcaster, 178.

Study of English Language, 178.

Slavery to Latin tongue, 179.
Elizabeth, Queen, 20, 330.

Public Schools founded, 3.
Elmer, teacher of Lady Jane Grey, 399,
Eloquence, 458.
ESYUT, SIR TEOMAs, memoir, 401.

The Governor, 403."

Castle of Health, 402.
Emulation, as a motive, 304, 362.

Risks, Individual, 521.
National, 521.
Encouragement to Papils, 523.
Endowment, Evils of, 451.

Kindred and Locality, 87.
Endowed Grammur Schools, 1-178.

Characteristic Features, 1.
Chronological Development, 3.
Examples of City and Provincial, 17, 59.
Eton College, Windsor, 5.
St. Mary's College, Winchester, 17.
St. Paul's School, London, 59.
Rugby Grammar School, 129.
Shrewsbury Free Grammar School, 11.
Merchant Taylor's School, 173.

Ipswich Grammar School, 173. 181, 117.
Endowed Grammar Schools---General Survey,

Origen, 2, 17, 49, 81.
Endowments-Revenues-Government, 83.
Statntes, 85,
Scholars-Foundation-Non-Collegiate, 87.

Age, Number, 87.
Instruction-Courses and Subjects, 87, 95.
Classics, Latin, Greek, 87, 113, 121, 128.
Arithmetic, Mathematics, 88.98.
History, Geography, Natural Science, 89,
Modern Languages, Drawing, Music, 89.
Organization for Inst'ction and Discipline,91.

Forms, Divisions, Promotions, 91.
Lersons, Preparations, Motives, 91.
Results, Modifications in Studies, 100.
Modern Department, French and German
System, 102.

(103.
Modern Schools, Marlborough, Cheltenham,
Deficient Preparation, Home Influence, 105.
Physical Training, Games, Sports, 106.
Discipline, Monitorial System, 106.
Religious Instruction, 109.
Financial Condition, Fees, 110.
Domestic and Sanitary Arrangements, 110.
Modifications recommended, 112.

Services rendered by Pub'ic Schools, 116.
English Free Schools, 11, 190.
English Home Life of 17th Century, 369, 463.

Evelyn Family, 869,
Mrs. Harrison, 399.
Mrs. Hutchinson, 391.
Mrs. Sadler Walker, 385.
Boyle Family, 392.
Countess of Warwick, 892.
Duchess of Newcastle, 397.
Lady Fanshawe, 399.

Lady Bacon, Birleigh, 463.
English Language, Subject of Study,

Brinely, 179, 187. Macaulay, 456,
Defoe, 427.

Mulcaster, 178, 182.
Hoole, 221.

Wolsey, 176.
English Pedagogy-Old and New, v. vii, 561.
English Schoolmaster, by Coote, 189.
English Universities, 367, 451.
Wealth and Privileges, 451.
Studies, too few-not of right kind, 452.
Mathematice, Classical Literature. 453.
Latin Language and Literature, 454.
Greek Language and Literature, 455.
Complete and Liberal Education, 457.

Curriculum for the gifted and trained
English Universities, estimated by

Goldsmith, 356. Macaulay, 451.

Eoglish Universities, estimated by

| Flogging, National Practice-
Jobnson, 368.
South, 368.

English, 327, 345. Jewish, 826, 336.
Jones, 368.
Parr, 367.

Freuch, 326, 327. Roman, 325.
Epistolary Writing in Hoole's School, 275. Grecian, 326.

Scotch, 334, 363.
Equivalente, in Foreign Languages, 537.

Flogging, English Pablic Schoole, 108.
Erasmus, Account of himself, 51.

Christ's Hospital, 330. St. Mary's, 20, 46, 330.
First Visit to England, 50.

Eton, 331, 338.

St. Paul, 7
Introduction to Colet, 51.

Rugby, 153, 170, 381. Westminster, 329.
Letter to Colet from Oxford in 1499, 53.

Merchant Taylor, 327. Shrewsbury, 12, 330.
Opposition in Oxford to the New Learning. Norwich, 330.
Description of Colet's hospitality, 55.

Fools, Asylum for, proposed by Defoe, 426.
Letters on Colet's Death and Character, 57 Learned, 426.
Description of St. Paul's School, 61.

Foot-ball, 38.
Original Organization-Governors laymen,62. Forgiveness, Power of, 520.
Latin Version of Colet's Christian Man, 61. Formation of Character, 513.
Iambic Versification of the Child's Hymn 6 Forms in English Public Schools, 90, 224.
Dedication of De Copia Verborum to Colet. Multiplication, 80.
Conversation with a Candi ate, 71.

Parallel, 80.
Views of Discipline and Teaching, 72, 73. Place iv, Hoole, 305.
Influence of Examphe, Power of Habite, 72. Foundation of Science Teaching, 477.
Aid to Wolsey in Plan for Ipswich, 173. Founder's Kin, 25.
De Ratione Instituendi Discipulos, 271.

Speech at Winchester, 37.
Colloquies, estimate by Southey, 445.

Foundationers, 86, 136.
Erskine and the Horn Book, 217.

Free, as applied to Schools, 11.
Eth ce, Cbristian, 190.

Free competition as applied to Elementary
Eton Colleg., Windsor, and Founder, 5.

Schools, 461.
Alitory, Discipline, Expenses, 6.

Freedom of Instruction, 432, 458.
Games, Festival, Graduates, 8.

Ignorance left Free will not be Educated, 461.
Evans, Roger, Penmanship, 315.

Free Grammar School defined, 31, 124.
Evelyn Family, 369.

Free Schoole, Treatise on, 190.
Home Lile, 381.

Freshness of Mind and Body, 140.
Home Education, 884.

Fretting by the Teacher, 508.
Woman's Duty, 384.

Friday, Weekly Repetitions, 307.
Evils of Public Schools, 145.

Flogging-day at Eaton, 331.
Examinatio Latinæ Gramaticæ, 263.

Day of Doom at Winchester, 22.
Examinations, 92, 103.

Froebel'e Kindergarten System, 471.
Earliest in Merchant Taylor's School, 9.2 Evolution of the System. 472.
Competitive, 491, 536. For Teaching, 497. Frugality, Virtue of, 350, 353.
Entrance, 93.

Test Studies, '92, 530.
Example, Power of, 72, 73, 161.

Gabell, Henry, 81.
Exclusion from Public Schools, 131, 154, 520. Rebellion under, 3
Hoole's Method, 314.

Games in Public Sch
Wase's Suggestion, 190.

Eton, 6.

Rugby, 171,
Shutting out the Master Once a Year, 317. Winchester, 38.
Exercise of Faculties, Law of Growth, Payne, Garden, Relating to House, 876.
Exbibitions, Award of, 48.

Evelyns, 376.
Experience, 476.

Gentlemen's Sons' Education, 121, 181, 403.
Experiments and Experimenter, 534.

Manners and Conduct, 415.
Expression, Power of, 360.

Gentleness and Good humor, 432.
Experimental Philosophy, 634.

German Aspects of Education, 526.
Eye, Power of, in Discipline, 500.

Geograpby. 510.

Language, Study, 542.
Facte, Observation, and Investigation, 468.

Book-manual for, 541.
Foundation of Science Teaching, 470, 478. Construing Book, 542.
Fagging in Englieh Public Schools, 107, 152. School Punishments, 504.
Ragby, 152.
Eton, 103.

Aim of the Primary School, 499.
Winchester, 84.

Religious Iostruction, 495.
Falsehood, in Public Schools, 146.

Geography, Modern Methods, 485, 494.
Family Life, and the State, 499.

German Proficiency, 511.
Plato and Socrates, 499.

Geography and History, 485, 510.
Christian Ides, 499.

Gifts, Froebel's System, 474.
Illustration of Coral, 483.

Gingerbread, ABC book made of, 215, 217.
Faulte, Diminntion of, 153.

Governor, or Training for Commonwealth, 401.
Habit of finding, 502.

Pre face and Dedication, 403.
Fanshawe, Lady, Advice to her Son, 399.

Scarcity of Good Schoolmastere, 404.
Fear as a Motive, 363, 510.

Studies for Future Magistratee, 404.
Fees in Public Schools, 108.

Music, Painting, Carving, 406.
Free Schools, so called, 11.

Poetry, Oratory-Tully and Plato, 407.
Female Education, 369, 391, 399.

Muscular Exercise-Wrestling, 408.
Colleges in 17th Century, 884.

Running, Swimming, Riding, 409.
Defoe, 427.
Macaulay, 399.

Hunting, Dancing, Archery, 413.
Ferrula, Virga, Ferrule, 214, 825.

Moral Culture, 414.
Fielding in Cricket, 108.

GOLDSMITH. OLIVER, 347.
Financial Arrangements, Public Schools, 110. Essay on Education, 347.
Endowments, 83. Charger, 110.

Letier to his Brotber, 353.
Fees, 110.

Boardg Pupils, 47, 172. Letter to & Pupil, 354.
Fisher, Bishop of Rochester, 49.

Foreign Travel and Residence, 355.
Flogger, Professional in Greece, 326.

Characterietics of different Universities, 357.
Flogging, National Practice-

Government of Public Schools, 110.
Dutch, 326,

German, 325, 327. Administration of Funds, 80,

Government of Pablic Schools, 110.

Henry VII. at Winchester, 19.
Affairs of the School, 80.

Henry VIII., Greek Reader at Cambridge, 122.
Exclusive Patronage, 80.

Primer and Form of Public Prayer, 415.
Literary Qualifications, 80.

Elyot's Dedication of Castle of Health, 40
Personal Eminence, 80.

High School at Winchester, 17.
Rugby, St. Paul's, 77.

Hills, Richard, 9.
Shrewsbury, 12.

Hills, Excursion at Winchester, 22,
Winchester, 40.

History in Public Schools, 148, 149.
Goddard, William Stanley, 30.

Examination Test, 531.
Scholarship, 31.

Modern. 149.
Benefaction to Winchester, 31.

Holberg, Baron, 357.
Gomers, Gohomers, 39.

Hodder, James, 315.
Government and Primary Schools, 495.

Copy-books, 316.
Good Teachers and Inspection, 496.

Holidays, 34, 319.
Good Humor in Teachere, 500.

Home Education, 369, 391.
Good Dispositions to be encouraged, 523.

Evelyn, 369.

Goldsmith, 353.
Goulburn, Dr., at Rugby, 162.

Johnson, 362.

Sonthey, 433.
Grammar Schoolmaster, Ancient Rank, 59. , Home Employments, 381.
Grammar Scholars in Universities, 60.

Home, Ideal of Daniel Dove, 434.
Grammar School, Studies for, Hoole, 267. Home, Idea of, 499.
Brinsly, 185.

s School, 173.

Home Influence, 105.
Johnson, 360. Wickham, 18.

Mistress and Servants, 389.
Grammar as a Study, 95.

Home Life and Education, Examples, 369.
Importance attached to, 16, 18.

Sixteenth Century, 399.
Time for Leagons, 306.

Seventeenth Century, 369.
Grammare, Text-books,

Southey's Picture, 433, 437.
Latin, 291,
Greek, 280, 28

Home Preparation of Lersone, 507.
Hebrew, 287, 291. German, 537.

Hood, T., Irish Schoolmaster, 336.
Gratuitous, not necessarily a Free, School, 31. HOOLE, CHARLES, 191.
Great Public Schools, 81.

Edition of Orbis Pictus, 192, 223.
Staple of Instruction,

Object-teaching, 192.
Royal Visite, 19.

New Discovery of the Old Art, 195.
Greek Language, 455.

Petty or Primary School, 195.
Christianity, 118.

Grammar School, 223.
Use in early ages of the Church, 119.

Scholastic Discipline, 293.
Greek, Instruction in, in England, 49, 121. Summary of his Methode, 323.
Bishop Fisher's Agency, 49.

Hoosier Schoolmaster, cited, 520.
Erasmus, 50.

Horace, cited, 174.
Dean Colet, 50.

Horn Book of the 14th Century, 208, 216.
Cornelius Vitellius at Oxford, 50.

Literature of, 216.
Grammar at Oxford, 50.

Shakespeare-Shenstone-Prior, 217.
Grammar at Cambridge, 50.

Horsing in Schools of Pompeii, 326.
Linacer and Grocyne, 50.

LA School Phoishment, 326.
Opposition at Oxford in 1499. 54.

Hostarius, or Under-master, 18.
King (Henry VIII.) Commands its study, 60 Hot, at Football, 39.
Argument before, 54.

[54 Line of Touch, 39.
Waynfleet, Greek Foundation in Magdalen, Houpsy-doupsy, School Punishment, 334.
Greek Grammar in 1661, 269.

Hours of Study, Number, 91.
Recent Movements, 124.

Household Duties in Wealthiest Families, 381.
Grocyne and Greek, 50.

Hunt, N., Handmaid of Arithmetic, 209.
Lectures in London, 1505, 55.

Hunter. Dr. Johnson's Teacher, 359.
Grundal, Bishop, and St, Bees School, 1

Huxley, Scientific Training, 479.
Guide for the Child and Youth, 219.

Hugh, Schoolmaster of St. Paul in 1300, 59.
Guthrie, Dr., cited, 520.

Humiliation in Punishment, 503.
Guy, Richard, Southey's Ideal Sch'lmaster, 438. Hume, David, Aid to Teachers, 461.
Pleasant Methods and Discipline, 444.

Free Competition and Education, 461.

Hant, T., Handmaid of Arithmetic, 209.
Hacket; a Scotch Flagellator, 334.

Hutchinson, Mrs. Lucy Apsley, 391.
Half-fagot, 35.

Parents, and Home and Home Educat'n, 391.
Hall-holiday, 302.

Hyde, Thomas, at Winchester, 19.
Half-remedies, 34.

Hyllee, Art of Vulgar Arithmetic, 209.
Hallam, cited, 433.
Hamilton, Sir w., cited, on much reading, 462. Idleness, General, 145.
Happiness in Activity, 472.

Idleness, Unconquerable, 93, 314.
Hartlib, English Editor of Comenius, 223. Ignorance, Popular, 463.'
Head-master in Public Schools, 113.

Ilustrated School Books, 192.
Appointment, 163. Emoluments, 163. Child's Guide, 222.
Authority, 155, 163.

Orbis Pictus, 227.
Employment of Assistants, 163.

Improvements Made or Needed-
Heart, Learning by, 48.

Elementary School, 485.
Health in Education, 347.

Secondary, 4, 116.
Heber, Bishop, 379.

Universities, 367, 486, 535.
Hebrew in Grammar Schools, 123, 186, 286. Impositions, 170,
Catechism, 290.

Winchester, 35, 46.
Help, Conditions of timely, 516.

Inability, Natural, 323.
Direct and Indirect, 523.

Inculcation and Training, 518.
Methods, 523.

Index to Studies and Conduct, 545.
Helps, Sir Arthur, 389.

Primary Schools, 553.
Henry VI. and Eton College, 3, 5,

English Pedagogy-First, 585.
King's College, Cambridge, 5.

Second Series, 593.

Huxler Dr: Johnaid of Arithe

Index to Studies and Conduct, 545.

Knowledge and Ignorance, relative, 361.
American Journal of Education, 561.

Knowledge and Pedantry, 426.
India Civil Service, Examinations for, 461. Knowledge and Power of Communicating, 497,
Individual Impressions to Groups, 498.

Known and Uuknown, Combination, 509.
Individualization, 516.

Komensky, Comenius, 223.
Condition of Appropriate Help, 516.

Kynaston, Master of St. Paul, 78.
Indolence, Stupidity, 93.

Responsibility for Boys out of School, 78.
Industrial Element, 405.
Girls' School, 366.

Labor, Manual, 406.
Inner-world, Human Experience, 494.

Lady Jane Grey, 463.
Instruction in, 494.

Bacon, 463.

Lacy, 396.
Infants, Modern Treatment, 485.

Borgle, 393.

Morton, 372.
Infandum Address to Elizabeth, 20.

Burleigh, 463.

Ranleagh, 392.
Information not the End of Teaching, 498. Fanshawe, 399.
Influence not Goveroment, 502.

Laleham, Arnold at, 132.
Informator at Winchester, 18.

Lamb, C., Recollections of Christ Hospital, 332.
Inspection of Primary Schools, 495.

Landor, W.8, The Shell, 436.
Interest of the Pupils in the Subject, 484, 504. Landscape Gardening, 375.
Law of his Growth, 484.

Language, Study o
Power of Exciting, 484, 504.

Ancient, 456.
Test of the Educative Value of Subject, 493. Modern. 456.
Instruction, Conditions and Modes, 504. Langley, Reference Library, 318.
Instruction and Training, 525.

Latin Lan xuage and Literature, 118.
Instruction, Educative and Non-educative,

English Grammar Schoo 8, 87, 1
Geography, 494.
Reading, 496.

Hoole's Introduction to, 227.
History, 494.
Arithmetic, 496.

Macaulay, 454.
Religion, 495.
Writing, 496.

Latin into English, and vice versa, 243, 272.
Ipswich Grammar School, 173.

Latin Vereification, 127, 277.
Origin-Masters, 173.

Latimer, and Greek Learning, 49.
Subjects-Authors-Methods, 174.

Laymen, Governors of St. Paul's School, 62.
First Class, 174. Fifth Class, 175. Learning and Teaching, 478, 498.
Second Class, 174. Sixth Class, 175.

Pedantry, 424.
Third Class, 174. Seventh Class, 175. Leave Out, at Winchester, 35.

Fourth Class, 175. Eighth Class, 176. Leather Strap for Punishment, 326.
Discipline, 176.

Lectures, Teaching by, 460.

Goldsmith, 258.
Janua Linguarum, 223, 245, 272.

Jobpson, 863.
Janua Reserata, 223.

Leeds Free School, 124.
Jerks as Punishment, 312.

Lessons, Preparation of, 92, 508, 544.
JOHNSON, SAMUEL, 359.

Mutual Hearing, 508
Estimate of his own Education, 359.

Lessons and Games Alternate, 2.
Influence of Education, 359.

Letter-writing, 176, 273.
Scheme for a Grammar School, 360.

Lewinham Grammar School. 317.
Study of Greek and Latin, 360.

Library for Master's use, 317.
Desire and Value of Knowledge to Working Exercise in Latin, 274.
Classes, 361.

Libera Schola, Dr. Kenned
Public and Private Schools Compared, 362. Liberal Education, 457.
Refinements and Novelties in Education, 362. Liberty of Instruction, 121, 458.
Corporal Punishment by Schoolmasters, 363. Library in every School, 275, 317.
Teaching by Lectures, 363.

[363. | Educational, 528.
Opinion of Milton and Locke on Education, Lily, William, 61.
Upiversity Education, 368.

Master of St. Paul's School, 61.
Definition of Free Grammar School, 124. Grammar, 69, 262.
Joel at Winchester, 18.

Lily's Grammar, Hoole's Method with, 261.
JOLLY, Professional Training of Teacher

Wolsey's Use, 174.
University Chair of Education, 528.

Limitations to Development, 490.
Jones, Sir William, 368.

Moral Training, 514. Teacher's Power, 490.
Johnson, Christopher, 21.

Religious Instruction, 143.
History of Winchester College, 21.

Linacre at Oxford, 50.
Jonas, Justus, 57.

Living, Ability to get a, 488.
Justinian, Emperor, 179.

Locke, John, at Oxford, 340.
Juvenal, School Punishments, 826.

Logic and Scholastic Philosophy, 190.
Juvenile Literature, 350.

London Quarterly Review, Study of Greek, 124.

London City, Grammar Schools, 111.
Kant, Padagogik, 486.

City Day School, 102. King's College, 103.
Kemshead, Science Teaching, 479.

Merchant Taylor's, 9. St. Paul's School, 49.
Child, Face to Face with Nature, 480.

University, 156, 458.
Kennedy, Dr., Shrewsbury School, 11.

Defoe's Project, 421.
Libera Schola, 11.

Long, William, 17.
Keate, Great Flogger, 332.

Statutes of St. Mary, 17.
Kindergarten System, 471.

Longbow and Musket, 428.
Gifts for Observation, 474.

General Practice qualified all for War, 428.
Objections to System, 475.

Long Chamber at Eton, 6.
Progress, 476.

Louih Grammar School, Seal of, 326.
Kinder, Cyprian, 223.

Lowth, Life of Wykeham, 15.
Kin, Privileges of, 87.

Tribute to Wykebam, 15.
Knight, Life of Colet, 49.

Obligations to Oxford, 367.
Greek Learning about 1500, 49.

Lucas, Margaret, 397.
Knowledge, Organized, 477.

Duchess of Newcastle, 398.
Value of all, 362.

Lucy, Lady Alice, 380, 396.

Ludus Literarius, Brinsly's Treatise, 185. | Mathematics as a Study, 454, 532.
Contents, 185.

Disadvantages. 453. 538.
Rules for the Master, 188.

Opinions respecting
Ludeinagister, 213.

Bohn, 358.

Macaulay, 454, 461.
Luther, Child's Primer, 215.

Goldsmith, 358. Todhunter, 531, 583.
Lyttleton, Lord, Science and Greek, 125.

Public Schools, 88, 96. Webster, 190.

Meads at Winchester, 23, 35.
MACAULAY, THOMAS BABINGTON, 399, 449. Mechanic Arts, Instruction in, 850.
Academical Learning in 1826, 451.

Mediævel Primer, Described, 208.
Objections to Oxford and Cambr

Melancthon, cited, 188.
Wealth and Privileges, 452.

Rule with Scholars, 188.
Influence of Endowments, 452.

Memoir, Arnold, 129.
Studies too Few, and not of Right Kind, 453. Boyle, 392.

Brivsly, 189.
Mathematics, Utility, and Objection, 454. Colet, 49.

Coote, 189.
Latin Language and Literature, 451.

Defoe, 417.

Elyot, 401.
Greek Language and Literature, 455.

Erasmus, 51.

Evelyn, 369.
Ancient and Modern Studies, 456.

Fanshawe, 399.

Hartlib, 223.
London University, 459.

Hutchinson, 391. Hoole, 191.
University Teaching of Athens Life, 460. Johnson, 359.

Kinner. 223.
State and Elementary Education, 461.

Lily, 61.

Lucas, 897.
Examinations for India Service, 461.

Macaulay, 449.

Mulcaster, 177.
Female Education in the 16th Century, 46 Parr, 365.

Payne, 465.
Major, John, and Dean Colet, 55.

Payne, 337.

Runleagb, 292.
Magister Scholarum, 59.

Recorde, 210.

Rytwyee, 12.
Manners Maketh Man, Motto, 18.

Sadter, 385.

Smith, 415.
How taught in Dundonald, 333.

South, 343.

Steele, 345.
Mansel, Laws of Thought, 482,

Textor, 445.

Thornton, 160.
Maps in Geography, 485, 510.

Walker, 337.

Wayneflete, 19.
Geography and History, 485, 51

Wykebam, 13.
Marcel, Value of Reiteration, 529.

Memory, when freshest, 306.
Power of Audition in Language, 540.

Verbal or Local, 509.
Marking, 10 93, 311.

Aided by Analysis, 509.
Marks for Absence and Faults, 312.

Merchant Taylor's School, 9.
Valuation of Studies, 12, 462.

Mulcaster's Mastership, 9.
Marlborough School, 102.

System of Probation, 9.
MASTER'S METHOD IN 1661, Hoole's, 267. Military Academy, Defoe's Plan, 487.
Fourth Form, 267.

Mind and Body, 181, 466.
Daily Rontine for a Week, 267.

Mind, Science of, 483.
Brinsly, Poole, Stockwood, Birds, etc., 26. Laws Dictate Methods of Educating, 485.
Rhetoric, Dugard, Farnaby, Horne, 268.

Relative Value of Methods, 486.
Greek Grammars, Camdens, Busbic, etc., 269. Moab in Winchester Dialect, 30.
Pasor's Lexicon, Dugard Rudimenta, 269. Moberly, George, 32, 41, 46.
Gregorie's Nomenclatura, Posselius, Shirley, Modern Educat'on, 103.
Perence, Method of Studying, 270.

Non-Classical Feature, 127, 456.
Erasmus de Ratione Instituendi, 271

Modern Departments in Public Schools, 101.
Acting Piays, Janua Latina Lin

Modern Schools, 102,
Rider's Dict., Tully's Epistles, Textor's, 272. Money Motive, 526.
Ascham's Double Translations, 272.

Monitorial System in Public Schools, 45, 106.
Sturmius, Fabritius, Clerk, Erasmus, 2

Eton, 7.

Rugby, 151, 162.
Walker's Particles, Willis's Anglicisms, | Hoole's School, 311. Winchester, 22, 34, 45,
Clerk, Hawkins, 273.

Monitore, Powers of, 45, 170, 312.
Epistolographia, Erasmus's de Conscriben- Set Tasks, 170.
dis, Buchleri, 275.

Inflict Punishments, 46, 107, 332.
Tully's Epistles, Two of their Own, 275. Preserve Order, 46, 312.
Ovid de 'Trisiibus, English Poetry, English Montem at Eton, 8.
Parnassas, 276.

More, Sir Thomar, and Colet, 52.
Latin Versification, Stockwood's Progym- Moral Education, 156, 499.
nasma, 271.

Moral Sciences, 461.
Sandy's Ovid, Clerk's Dux Poeticus, 277. Value in Examinations, 461, 534.
Rosse's English Mythologist, Bacon's de Moral Training, 513, 523.
Sapientia veterum, 278.

Morton, Lady, 372.
Wit's Commonwealth, Harmar's Lesser Cat. Motives to Study-
echism, in Latin and Greek. 278.

Promotion and Prizes, 92.
Daily Programme for a Week, 278.

| Home Approbation, 105.
Fifth Form, Greek Testament, Grammars, | Punisbmunte, 175.
Isocrates, Demosthenes by Loinus, 281. Motiv. 8 of the Teacher's Work, 525.
Porselius Apothems, 281.

MULOASTER, RICHARD, 9, 177.
Tully and other Latin Authors, 281.

Elementary, or the English Tongue, 178.
Turning Latin into Greek, and Greek into Positions in the Training of Children, 180.
Latin, 280, 282.

Plan of a Teacher's College, 184.
Grammare-Busby, Caninios, Ceporings, 280. Multiplication is Vexation, etc., 209.
Chrysolora, Cleonard, 280.

Multum non Malta, 460, 462.
Hesiod's Theognis, Castilion's Praclectiones, Murray, Pope's allusion to, 339.
Lexicons-Tscrevelius, Garthi, Rulandi, Music, Value of, 99, 422.
Morelius, etc., 282.

(282. Academy proposed by Defoe, 422.
Hjstory-Justin, Cæsar, Florus, Erasmus, Musket-practice and the Longbow, 428.

Janua Linguarum Graeca, Simonius, Virgil, Mutual Examination by Papile, 306.
Mastery System, Quick on, 539.

[282. Recitations to and by, 307.
Mathematics as a Study, 454, 532.
Special Advantages, 531.

Nail or Candle Sconce, at Winchester, 27.

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