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Education, the School, and the Teacher in English Literature. Second Series. Republished from Barnard's American Journal of Education. 608 pages. $3.50. 1876.

CONTENTS.

PAGE. i-xvi

INTRODUCTION.

CONTENTS AND INDEX OF FIRST SERIES...

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

CHARACTERISTIC FEATURES.
CHRONOLOGICAL ESTABLISHMENT..

HENRY VI. AND ETON COLLEGE, WINDSOR.
MERCHANT TAYLORS' SCHOOL......

SHREWSBURY FREE GRAMMAR SCHOOL.......

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

MEMOIR AND EDUCATIONAL WORK....

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

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

MEMOIR ERASMUS-LILLY-RYTWISE..

ST. PAUL'S SCHOOL-STATUTES-STUDIES-CONDITION..

IV. GENERAL SURVEY OF THE GREAT PUBLIC SCHOOLS...

V. GREEK LANGUAGE IN PUBLIC SCHOOLS...

VI. GRAMMAR SCHOOLS-MODERN AND ANCIENT.

THE GRAMMAR SCHOOL-1627.

81-117 118 129-176 97-129

DR. ARNOLD AND RUGBY SCHOOL....

CARDINAL WOLSEY AND IPSWICH GRAMMAR SCHOOL-1528. 155-173 VII. PEDAGOGY OF THE OLD MASTERS..

177-324

RICHARD MULCASTER.......

ELEMENTARIE, or Writing OF THE ENGLISH TONGUE-1581...
POSITIONS RESPECTING THE TRAINING OF CHILDREN-1561.

JOHN BRINSLY-1587-1665...

LUDUS LITERARIUS,
CHARLES HOOLE-1618-1677.............

ENGLISH EDITION OF COMENIUS'S ORBIS PICTUS.
NEW DISCOVERY OF THE OLD ART OF TEACHING.

THE PETTY SCHOOL......

EARLY ENGLISH SCHOOL BOOKS.

THE GRAMMAR SCHOOL....

THE USHERS' DUTY..

THE MASTER'S METHOD........
SCHOLASTIC DISCIPLINE
VIII. SCHOOL PUNISHMENTS-HISTORICALLY CONSIDERED.

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X. OLIVER GOLDSMITH-1731-1744.

ESSAY ON EDUCATION..

XI. SAMUEL JOHNSON-1708-1784...

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PLAN OF STUDIES AND DETACHED THOUGHTS. XII. SAMUEL PARR-1747–1825..

CHARITY SCHOOL SERMON.........

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THE STRAP-FERULE-ROD-BIRCH-TAWS.. IX. ALEXANDER POPE-ROBERT SOUTH-SIR RICHARD STEELE... 337-346 THOUGHTS ON EDUCATION..

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293 325-336

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359-364

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365-368

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XIII. ENGLISH HOME LIFE AND EDUCATION..

THE EVELYN FAMILY.

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385

MRS. ELIZABETH SADLER WALKER-MRS. LUCY HUTCHINSON.......
THE BOYLE FAMILY-LADY RANELAGH-COUNTESS OF WARWICK.... 390
MARGARET LUCAS-DUCHESS OF NEWCASTLE............

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ANNE HARRISON-LADY FANSHAWE.......

DAUGHTERS OF SIR ANTHONY COOK-LADY BACON-LADY BURLEIGH

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

SIR THOMAS ELYOT....

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403 415

ADVERTISEMENTS FOR SONS OF NOBLEMEN AND COUNSELORS....... 416 XV. EDUCATION, THE SCHOOL, AND THE TEACHER-Continued..... 417-448

DANIEL DEFOE..

THE GOVERNOR, OR TRAINING for the COMMON WEAL..

SIR THOMAS SMITH....

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SCHEME OF A UNIVERSITY FOR LONDON-AN ACADEMY OF MUSIC.... 421
ILLITERACY AND LEARNING-THE SCHOLAR AND THE PEDANT...........
ESSAY UPON PROJECTS-MILITARY ACADEMIES AND EXERCISES..
ACADEMY OF ENGLISH PHILOLOGY-ACADEMY FOR WOMEN...
ROBERT SOUTHEY..

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THE HOME AND HOME EDUCATION OF DOCTOR DANIEL DOVE.........
. RICHARD GrY-THE SCHOOLMASTER OF INGLETON....
DIALOGUE OF JOHANNES RIVISIUS TEXTOR....

XVI, THOMAS BABINGTON MACAULAY..

ACADEMICAL EDUCATION IN 1826...
OBJECTIONS TO OXFORD AND CAMBRIDGE.
MATHEMATICS-CLASSICAL STUDIES-OMISSIONS..

LONDON UNIVERSITY-UNIVERSITY TEACHING AT ATHENS..
ELEMENTARY EDUCATION AND THE STATE..
COMPETITIVE EXAMINATION FOR THE INDIA CIVIL SERVICE.
XVII. ENGLISH PEDAGOGY OF 19TH CENTURY..

JOSEPH PAYNE.....

THE SCIENCE AND ART OF EDUCATION.
THE KINDERGARTEN SYSTEM OF FRŒBel..

JAMES DONALDSON.

PAGE. 369-400

THE SCIENCE OF EDUCATION......
THE AIM OF PRIMARY SCHOOLS..

HENRY CALDERWOOD........

ON TEACHING-ITS ENDS AND MEANS.
WILLIAM JOLLY..

PLAN OF A UNIVERSITY CHAIR OF PEDAGOGY,

ISAAC TODHUNTER.

CONFLICT OF STUDIES.

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461 461

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529 537 537

R. H. QUICK.....

FIRST STEPS IN TEACHING A FOREIGN LANGUAGE.. XVIII. SURVEY OF ENGLISH SCHOOLS, TEACHERS AND TEACHING.... 545-604

STUDIES AND CONDUCT-Index.........

PRIMARY SCHOOLS AND ELEMENTARY INSTRUCTION-Contents.......
ENGLISH PEDAGOGY-First Series-Contents..

NATIONAL EDUCATION-Contents.....

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

545 553 561

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on Education, the School, and the Teacher in English Literature.
Second Series. Republished from Barnard's American Journal of
Education. 608 pages.
Brown & Gross: Hartford. 1876. $3.50.

INDEX

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ENGLISH PEDAGOGY-OLD AND NEW.

ABC Books and Teaching, 208, 211, 219.
Illustrated, 218.

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Leonardi da Vinci, Illustrations of Primer,
Academiarum Examen, Webster, 190.
Academy, Defined, 422.
Academical Education in 1826, 451.
Academies in England and France, 421.
Dissenters, 417.
Female, 429.
Defoe's Projects, 426. Military, 428.
English Lang'ge, 427. Music, 422.
Accuracy in statement of Facts, 363.
Acland, Science Teaching, 480.
Acting Plays, from Terence, 271, 319.
Activity of Children, 145, 471.

Active Temperament in Teacher, 498.
Admission to Public Schools, 79, 87, 92, 304.

Colet's Rules, 62.

Advice as to Studies and Condnet, 545.
Defoe, 430.
Fanshawe, 399.
Elyot, 403.
Smith, 415.

Esop's Fables, 174, 215.
Alarm Bell at Winchester, 26.
Alfred, the Great, 295.
Algebra, the Cossic Art, 210.
Recorde's, Treatise, 210.
Alms-giving and Public Help, 395.
Alphabet, Methods of Teaching, 211.
Bow and Arrow, 73.

Chinese and Persian, 211.
Greek and Roman, 212.
Dionysius Halicarnassus, 212.
Kallias-Quintilian, 213.
Hoole's Petty School, 195.
German, Luther, Basedow, 215.
English in Henry VIII's time, 215.
New England of 1691, 218.

American Schools, 462, 512.

Analysis, to aid memory, 509.
Ancient Languages and Literature, 128, 456.
Anecdotes of Schools and Teachers, 26, 31.
Anger, 480.

Apple-twigs, in Discipline, 20.
Appropriation of Ideas, 537.
Apthonius, 280, 284.

Archery, Universal Practice, 428.
Archinus and Ionic Alphabet, 214.
Aristocracy in Public Schools, 44.
Arithmetic, First English Treatises, 209, 210.
Public Schools, 44. First required, 124.
Educative Power, 496.
ARNOLD, THOMAS, Educational Work, 129.

Private Tutor at Laleham, the office, 130, 132.
Mastership of Rugby, 135.

Course of Study-Daily Work, 138.

Relations to Trustees, Parents and Pupils, 139. Chaplain, Chapel Service, 142.

Personal Instruction and Influence, 146, 161.
Sixth Form-Rugby Scholarship, 147, 150.
Discipline-Fagging-Flogging, 151, 154.
London University, Religious Element, 156.
Professor of Mod. Hist., Death, Example, 158.
Art of Education, 468.
Artificial value to Studies, 529.
Arundel, Countess, Medical Skill, 396.
Ascham, Rebuke to Noblemen, 122.

Successive Steps in Learning, 188.
Cited, 241, 264, 272, 537.

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English, French, German, Swiss, Principles and Methods, 547.

National Systems-(1) Elementary; (2) Secondary; (3) Superior; (4) Professional; (5) Supplementary, 549. Educational Biography-American, English, German, French, &c. Teachers and Educators, 550.

Survey of English Schools and Pedagogy,572. Primary Schools and Education-Ashburton,

Bell, Brougham, Currie, Dunn, Hay, Keenan, Knight, Lancaster, Macaulay, Morrison, Richards, Ross, Stow, Sullivan, Tainsh, Young, Wilderspin, 573. Studies and Conduct-Addison, Aiken, Bacon, Barrow, Bodleigh, Brougham, Burleigh, Bulwer, Burns, Carlyle, Channing, Chatham, Chesterfield, Collingwood, DeQuincey, Dupanloup, Everett, Jameson, Jerome, Locke, Lowe, Macaulay, Mackintosh, Mill, Milton, More, Niebuhr, Newman, Pitt, Pope, Raumer, Sidney, Southey, South, Swift, Taylor, Temple,Tyndall, Whately, WordsworthIndex, 585.

English Pedagogy, First Series-Ascham,
Bacon, Burleigh, Cowley, Cowper, Crabbe,
Fuller, Gray, Hartl b, Hood, Locke,
Milton, Petty, Shenstone, Spencer,
Whately, Wotton-Index, ix.
English Pedagogy, Second Series-Arnold,
Brinsly, Calderwood, Colet, Collis,
Coote, Defoe, Donaldson, Duff, Elyot,
Evelyn, Goldsmith, Hoole, Johnson,
Jolly, Lyttleton, Macaulay, Mulcaster,
Parker, Parr, Payne, Pope, Quick,
Smith, South, Steele, Todhunter, Wase,
Webster, Wolsey-Index, 595.

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Barring out the Master, 318.
Barter, Warden, Cricket player, 38.
Bateus, Janua Linguarum, 223.
Beating, at St. Paul's, 72, 78.
Tusser at Eton, 328.
Wolsey, 175.

Bed-time, 35.

Beer, at Public Schools, 32.
Bell, song of, at Rugby, 169.

Alarm at Winchester, 36.
Peal, First and Second, 34.
Behavior, Rules for Pupils, 189, 220.
Beneke, cited on Reading, 496.
Bentley, R., in the Dunciad, 340.
Bible, School use, 318.

Bible Clerk, 26, 34, 330.
Bibling, 20.

Bienrod, Illustrated Primer in German, 215.

Bifurcation, 101.

Blackboard, Early use of, 193, 223.

Value of, 505, 509, 510.
Bluchers, 34.

Boarding Schools, Early, 347.
Boarding in Public Schools, 110.
Rugby, 172.
Harrow, 111.

Winchester, 47.

Bilson, School Rebellion under, 25.

Birch, Instrument of School Punishment,3, 331. Changes, Too frequent, 322.
Free from Knots, 313, 331.

Charity, Examples of, 395, 396.
Chapel Service, 47.

Cost charged to Pupils, 26, 381.
Birket, Catechism in Greek, 290.
Bishop, Exeter, 468.

Boltz, Introduction to German, 587.
Bonner, Method at Rothenham, 320.
Books, Pupils, Binding, and Printing, 317.
Supply of subsidiary, 317.

Books and Forms, in Classification, 22, 43.
Books, in Science-teaching, 479.
Book of Nature, for Science-teaching, 480.
Book-work in a Foreign Language, 541.
Books and Discourse in Popular Education,460.
Boole, Abridged Notation, 534.
Botanical Excursions, 45.

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Calderwood, Henry, 497.

Individualization, Self-control, 517.

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Repression of the Wilful and Stubborn,
National Vices to be Guarded against, 521.
Instruction, Training, Salaries, 525.
Calfe, Earliest Reference Library,
817.
Cambridge University, 451, 533.
Camden's Greek Grammar, 291.
Capping and Capping-book, 290, 803.
Carving and Painting, 406.
Carelessness in Written Exercises, 534.
Castalion's Dialogues, 246, 257, 582.
Catechisms, Authers of, 238, 246.
Greek, 290.

Hebrew, 290.
Assemblies, 278.

Calderwood, Henry, 497.

Teaching, its Ends and Means, 497.
Requisites for Success, 500.
Faculty of Discipline, 500.
Power of Communicating, 504.
Natural Curiosity, 505.
Sympathetic Relations with Pupil, 511.
Formation of Character, 513.
Limits to Teacher's Power, 514.

Cato, Sentences, 174, 249, 290.
Certificated Teachers, 497.
Chancellor and Cathedral School, 59.
Chalk and Tablet, 198, 224.

Character, Formation of, 492, 513.
Pupils' own Work, 514.
Teacher can aid, 514.

Charges in Free Schools, 33, 41.
Charnock, Richard, 51.

Chaucer, Picture of Village School, 210.
Cheltenham College, 102.

Chemistry, 36, 42.

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Chicheley, All Souls' College, 15.
Child and Children in Winchester Dialect, 33,
Nature in Play, 472.

Child's Guide, 218.

Growth, 516.

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Circum, at Winchester, 21.
Citizenship, Education for, 489.

Cities as Seats of Learning, 315, 357, 460.
City of London School, 102.

Civil Policy and Discourse, Bacon, 452.
Civil Service, Educational Test for, 461.
Classical Studies, Views respecting, 88.
Arnold, 148.
Macaulay, 453.
Duff, 128.
Todhunter, 532.
Johnson, 360.
Wolsey, 174.
Lyttleton, 125.
Classification in Public
Forms, 22, 43, 90.
Books, 22, 43.
Clemens, Alexandrianus, 489.
Clergy, Duty to Schools, 345.
Education, 15.

Cloister Time at Winchester, 22.
Closing Exercises, 319.

Coleman, George, the Rodiad, 336.
COLET, JOHN, Memoir, 49.

Schools, 90, 136, 174.
Divisions, 91, 137.
Hoole's, 292.

Education, State of Learning about 1480, 49.
Lectures on St. Paul at Oxford, 50.
Acquaintance with Erasmus in 1498, 50.
Letter to Erasmus, and Erasmus's Reply, 51.
Friendship with Thomas (Sir) More, 52.
Prebendary of Durnesford in 1502, 54. [55.
Dean of St. Paul in 1505-Divinity Lectures,
Erasmus's Description of his Hospitality, 55.
Boys' Reading at Dinner from Bible, 55.
Charge of Heresy-Letter of Erasmus, 56.
Founding of St. Paul's School-Death, 57.
Erasmus's Letters on his Character, 57, 58.
Rules for Admission and Continuance, 62.

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Hoole's, 280, 290.

Brinsly, 185.
Ipswich, 173.
Courtesy, 121.
Cowper, the Horn Book, 217.
Cranmer, Primer and Catechism, 515.
Cramming, Essence of, 461, 480, 540.

Little danger, with good examiners, 462.

Cricket, 8, 38, 105, 171.
Crime and Ignorance, 461.
Cross-row, 208, 217.
Cruikshank's Organ, 334.
Cypher and cast Accounts, 124.
Curiosity of Children, 199.
Customs, Old School, 8, 39, 318.
Barring out the Master, 318.
Breaking-up Day, 319.

Daily Routine in 1658, 250, 278.
Monday, 36, 282, 287, 288.
Tuesday, 34, 238.
Wednesday, 282, 288.
Thursday, 34. 303, 238.
Friday, 307, 322.
Saturday, 35, 286.
Sunday, 3, 310.
Opening, 301.
Intermission, 302.
Closing, 301, 319.

Hoole's Grammar School, 279.

Rugby in 1828. 138.
Winchester, 33.

Dames at Eton, 111.
Dame Schools, 208, 229.
Dancing, Elyot, 412.

DAWES, DEAN, Science-teaching, 479.
Day Schools and Boarding Schools, 78.
Day Scholars, Responsible to Parents, 78.
Dead Languages, 95, 103.

Compared with Living, 104.
Death, Defoe's Maxim, 383, 432.
Declamations, Daily, 309.
Deduction and Induction, 465.
Defiant and Vicious Pupils, 519.
DEFOE, DANIEL, 417-432.

Plan of University for London, 421.

Improvement of English Language, 427.
Extirpation of Swearing, 427.

Academy for Women, 429.

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Military Studies and Exercises, 428.
Rules of Conduct-the Dumb Philosopher,
Degrees, Academic, 190, 357.
Democritus, Nature and Teaching, 489.
Demosthenes, 281, 460.

Diligence in Study and Work, 94, 185.
Dilucidation of Comenius' Reformation of

Rugby, 136.

Dogmatic Knowledge, 478.
DONALDSON, JAMES, 481-496.
Science of Education, 481.
Public Primary School, 488.
Limitations of the School, 490.
Requisites in a Revised Code, 496.
Donaldson, J. W., 461.

General Culture and Special Training, 461.
Double Translations. Ascham's plan, 272.

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