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INTRODUCTION.

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This volume constitutes a second contribution to a comprehensive
survey of English PEDAGOGY-OLD AND New, selected from papers
prepared in this form for The American Journal of Education—a
is stated in the Preface to the First Series, which we give below,
together with the Contents and Index.

PREFACE TO ENGLISH PEDAGOGY-FIRST SERIES.
In the following chapters, prepared originally as articles for The
American Journal of Education,” the editor does not profess to
give a connected or exhaustive view of English Pedagogy, but
simply to contribute material for such a development of the subject,
and at the same time to bring together a large amount of suggestive
thoughts on the principles and methods of education from the suc-
cessive publications of eminent teachers and writers of England,
from Roger Aschamoto Herbert Spencer.

To give variety and interest to these articles, we have introduced
the portraitures of the school and the teacher, which some of the
most admired writers in the English Language have drawn in prose
and verse, as reflecting the popular estimate in which education
and its disciples have been and are still held, and as helping to per-
petuate that estimate, both in England and in this country.

In a subsequent volume; we hope to make another contribution to
the material for a History of Education in England, drawn from
authors omitted in this collection.

HENRY BARNARD,

Editor of the American Journal of Education.
HARTFORD, Connecticut.

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CONTENTS.

PAGE.
INTRODUCTION...

i-xvi
CONTENTS AND INDEX OF FIRST SERIES...

ix

Art. I. THE ENDOWED GRAMMAR SCHOOLS AND SECONDARY EDUCATION 1-176

CHARACTERISTIC FEATURES..

1

CHRONOLOGICAL ESTABLISHMENT...

3

HENRY VI. AND Eton COLLEGE, WINDSOR.

5

MERCHANT TAYLORS' SCHOOL........

9

SHRKWSBURY FREE GRAMMAR SCHOOL....

11

II. WILLIAM OF WICKIAM AND ST. MARY'S COLLEGE.

MEMOIR AND EDUCATIONAL WORK.....

13

ST. MARY'S COLLEGE-CONSTITUTION-STUDIES-CONDITION, &c... 17

III. DEAN COLET AND ST. PAUL'S SCHOOL LONDON..

49

MEMOIR-ERASMUS-Lilly--RYTWISE....

49

St. Paul's ScHOOL-STATUTES-STUDIES-CONDITION..

59

IV. GENERAL SURVEY OF THE GREAT PUBLIC SCHOOLS.

81-117

V. GREEK LANGUAGE IN PUBLIC SCHOOLS......

118

VI. GRAMMAR SCHOOLS—MODERN AND ANCIENT.

129–176

DR. ARNOLD AND RUGBY SCHOOL...

97-129

CARDINAL WOLSEY AND IPSWICH GRAMMAR SCHOOL-1528. 155–173

VII. PEDAGOGY OF THE OLD MASTERS...

177-324

RICHARD MULCASTER...

177

ELEMENTARIE, OR WRITING OF THE ENGLISH TONGUE-1581........ 178

PositionS RESPECTING THE TRAINING OF CHILDREN--1561....

180

JOHN BRINSLY-1587-1665.....

185

Lupus LITERARIUS, or the Grammar School—1627..

185

X CHARLES HOOLE—1618–1677.....

189

ENGLISH Eprtion or COMENIUS'S ORBIS PICTUS

190

NEW DISCOVERY OF THE OLD ART OF TEACHING,

193

THE PETTY SCHOOL........

193

EARLY ENGLISH School Books..

208

THE GRAMMAR SCHOOL....

225

THE USHERS' Duty...

225

THE MASTER'S METHOD.

267

SCHOLASTIC DISCIPLINE

293

VIII. SCHOOL PUNISHMENTS-HISTORICALLY CONSIDERED,

325-336

THE STRAP-FERULE-ROD-BIRCH-Taws...

.... 325

IX. ALEXANDER POPE-ROBERT SOUTH-SIR RICHARD STEELE... 337–346

THOUGHTS ON EDUCATION...

337

X. OLIVER GOLDSMITH-1731-1744.

347-358

ESSAY ON EDUCATION..

347

XI. SAMUEL JOHNSON-1708–1784...

359-364

PLAN OF STUDIES AND DETACHED THOUGHTS,

359

XII. SAMUEL PARR—1747-1825.,

365–368

CHARITY SCHOOL SERMON....

365
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XIII. ENGLISH HOME LIFE AND EDUCATION......

369-400

THE EVELYN FAMILY.....

369

Mrs. ELIZABETH SADLER WALKER-MRS. LUCY HUTCHINSON....... 385

The Boyle Family-Lady Ranelagh-Countess of WarwiCK.... 390

MARGARET Lucas-Duchess or NEWCASTLE..

391

Anne HARRISON-LADY FANSHAWE...

399

DAUGHTERS OF SIR ANTHONY Cook-LADY Bacox-LADY BURLEIGH 463

XIV. ADVICE AS TO EDUCATION AND CONDUCT FOR PUBLIC LIFE... 401-416

Sir THOMAS ELYOT....

401

THE GOVERNOR, OR TRAINING FOR THE COMMON WEAL.

403

SIR Thomas SMITH......

415

ADVERTISEMENTS FOR Sons or NOBLEMEN AND COUNSELORS....... 416

XV. EDUCATION, THE SCHOOL, AND THE TEACHER— Continued.... 417-448

DANIEL DEFOE...

417

SCHEME OF A UNIVERSITY FOR LONDON-AN ACADEMY OF Music.... 421

ILLITERACY AND LEARNING-THE SCHOLAR AND THE PEDANT....... 423

ESSAY UPON PROJECTS-MILITARY ACADEMIES AND EXERCISES..... 419

ACADEMY OF ENGLISH PHILOLOGY-ACADEMY FOR WOMEN..... 420

ROBERT SOUTHEY...

433

THE HOME AND Home EducaTION OF DOCTOR DANIEL Dove..

433

RICHARD Gry--THE SCHOOLMASTER OF INGLETOX..

439

DIALOGUE OF JOHANNES Rivisius TEXTOR..

445

XVI, THOMAS BABINGTON MACAULAY..

449-464

ACADEMICAL EDUCATION IN 1826.

451

OBJECTIONS TO OXFORD AND CAMBRIDGE.

451

MATHEMATICS-CLASSICAL STUDIES-OMISSIONS..

451

LONDON UNIVERSITY-UNIVERSITY TEACUING AT ATHENS.

459

ELEMENTARY EDUCATION AND THE STATE..

461

COMPETITIVE EXAMINATION FOR THE INDIA CIVIL SERVICE.

461

XVII. ENGLISH PEDAGOGY OF 19TH CENTURY

465-544.

JOSEPH PAYNE..

465

THE SCIENCE AND ART OF EDUCATION.

465

THE KINDERGARTEN SYSTEM OF FREBEL..

471

JAMES DONALDSON...

481

THE SCIENCE OF EDUCATION..

481

THE AIM OF PRIMARY SCHOOLS

489

HIENRY CALDERWOOD.....

497

ON TEACHING-ITS ENDS AND MEANS.

497

WILLIAM JOLLY...

527

PLAN OF A UNIVERSITY CHAIR OF PEDAGOGY.

527

ISAAC TODHUNTER....

529

CONFLICT OF STUDIES.

529

R. H. QUICK...

537

FIRST STEPS IN TEACHING A FOREIGN LANGUAGE.

537

XVIII. SURVEY OF English Schools, TEACHERS AND TEACHING. 545-604

STUDIES AND CONDUCT- Inder.....

545

PRIMARY SCHOOLS AND ELEMENTARY INSTRUCTION-Contents ....... 553

ENGLISH PEDAGOGY--First Series-Contents.

561

NATIONAL EDUCATION- Contents ...

577

INDEX TO ENGLISH PEDAGOGY-OLD AND NEW-Second Series.. 593-604

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