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PAGE. XIII. ENGLISH HOME LIFE AND EDUCATION.......

369-400 THE EVELYN FAMILY.............................................. 369 MRS. ELIZABETH SADLER WALKER-MRS. LUCY HUTCHINSON... 325

THE BOYLE FAMILY-LADY RANELAGI-COUNTESS OF WARWICK.... 390
MARGARET Lucas--DUCHESS OF NEWCASTLE...........

........ 391 Anne HARRISON-LADY FANSHAWE................................ 399

DAUGHTERS or Sir Anthony Cook-LADY BACor—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 SMITII...................................

415 ADVERTISEMENTS FOR Sons of 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....

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

ACADEMY OF ENGLISH PHILOLOGY-ACADEMY FOR WOMEN.........
ROBERT SOUTHEY........

433
THE HOME AND HOME EDUCATION OF Doctor DANIEL DOVE.........
· RICHARD GU'Y-THE SCHOOLMASTER OF INGLETON..................
DIALOGUE OF Johannes Rivistus TEXTOR......

* JOHANNES KIVISIUS TEXTOR.......................... 445 XVI, THOMAS BABINGTON MACAULAY......................... 449-464

ACADEMICAL EDUCATION IN 1826.....
OBJECTIONS TO OXFORD AND CAMBRIDGE......

451 MATHEMATICS_CLASSICAL STUDIES-OMISSIONS......

451 LONDON UNIVERSITY UNIVERSITY TEACHING AT ATHENS.... 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 Tue SCIENCE AND ART OF EDUCATION.......

465 THE KINDERGARTEN SYSTEM OF FREBEL......

BEL...............

471 JAMES DONALDSON.......

481 THE SCIENCE OF EDUCATION.............

TUE AIM OF PRIMARY SCHOOLS.................
HENRY CALDERWOOD...............

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497 ON TEACHING-ITs Ends and Means.......................

497 WILLIAM JOLLY........

527 PLAN OF A UNIVERSITY CHAIR OF PEDAGOGY............

527 ISAAC TODHUNTER. CONFLICT OF STUDIES...............

529 R. H. QUICK .... · First STEPS IN TEACHING A FOREIGN LANGUAGE.....

........... XVIII. SURVEY OF English SCHOOLS, TEACHERS AND TEACHING.... 545-604 STUDIES AND CONDUCT-- Inder............

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

561 NATIONAL EDUCATION-Contents ............... INDEX TO ENGLISH PEDAGOGY-OLD AND New-Second Series....... 593-604

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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

TO

ENGLISH PEDAGOGY-OLD AND NEW.

ABC Books and Teaching, 208, 211, 219. Assistante, 155, 79.
Illustrated, 218.

(215. Athens, Populace and University Life, 460. Leonardi da Vinci, Illustrations of Primer, Educational Policy, 366. Academiarum Examen, Webster, 190.

Athletic Games, and Exercises, 38. Academy, Detined, 422.

Archery, 413, 428. Hunting, 410. Academical Education in 1826, 451.

Boating. 8, 106. Long-bow, 413, 428. Academies in England and France, 421.

Chess, 413

Quoiis, 414. Dissenterz, 417. Female, 429

Cricket, 8, 38, 105, 171. Riding, 410. Defoe's Projects, 426. Military, 428.

Dancing, 412.

Running, 409.

[184. English Lang'ge, 427. Music, 422.

Dumb-bells, 408. Scourging the Top, Accuracy in statement of Farts, 363.

Foot Ball, 38, 171. Shouting, 183. [128. Acland, Science Teaching, 480.

Fires, 38.

Swimming, 106, 409, Acting Plays, from Terence, 271, 319.

Fox-hunting, 411. Target-shooting, 106, Activity of Children, 145, 471.

Hawking, 411. Wrestling, 409. [428. Active Temperament in Teacher, 498.

Attention, Power, and Habits, 525.
Admission to Public Schools, 79, 87, 92, 304. How developed. 481, 504.
Colet's Rules, 62.

Audition, Power of, 510.
Advice as to Studies and Conduct, 545.

Authority in the Teacher, 299.
Defoe, 430.
Fanshawe, 399

Impaired by excessive use, 302, 502.
Elyot, 403

Smith, 415. Æsop's Fables, 174, 215.

Bacon, Lord, Art defined, 469. Alarm Beil at Winchester, 26.

Motives for Study, 541. Alfred, the Great, 295.

Mother, 463. Algebra, the Cossic Art, 210.

Baker, John, and Winton Rod, 20. Recorde's, Treatise, 210.

Ball's Walk at Winchester, 30. Alms-giving and Public Help, 395.

BARNARD, HENRY, LIST OF PUBLICATIONS, 545, Alphabet, Methods of Teaching, 211.

American Journal of Education --Classified Bow and Arrow, 73.

Index to Vols. 1-16. 553. Chinese and Persiun, 211.

National Pedagogy-American, English, Greek and Roman, 212.

French, German, Swiss, Principles and Dionysius Halicarnass:18, 212.

Methode, 547. Kallias-Quintilian, 213.

National Systems--(1) Elementary ; (2) Sec. Hoole's Petty School, 195.

ondary; (3) Superior; (4) Professional; German, Luther, Basedow, 215.

(5) Supplementary, 549. English in Henry VIII's tiine, 215.

Educational Biography-American, English, New England of 1691, 218.

German, French, &c. Teachers and American schools, 462, 512.

Bducators, 550. Analysis, to aid memory, 509.

Survey of English Schools and Pedagogy,572. Ancient Languages and Literature, 128, 456. Primary Schools and Education-Ashburton, Anecdotes of Schools and Teachers, 26, 31.

Bell, Brougham, Currie, Dunn, Hay, Anger, 430.

Keenan, Knight, Lancaster, Macaulay, Apple.twigg, in Discipline, 20.

Morrison, Richards, Ross, Stow, SulliAppropriation of Ideas, 537.

van, Tainsh, Young, Wilderspin, 573. Apthonius, 280, 284.

Studies and Conduct--Addison, Aiken, Archery, Universal Practice, 428.

Bacon, Barrow, Bodleigh, Brougham, Archings and Ionic Alphabet, 214.

Burleigh, Bulwer, Burns, Carlyle, Chan. Aristocracy in Public Schools, 44.

ning, Chatham, Chesterfield, Colling. Arithmetic, First English Treatises, 209, 210.

wood, DeQuincey, Dupanloup, Everett, Public Schools, 44. First required, 124.

Jameson, Jerome, Locke, Lowe, MacauEducative Power, 496.

lay, Mackintosh, Mill, Milton, More, ARNOLD, THOMAS, Educational Work, 129.

Niebuhr, Newman, Pitt, Pope, Raumer, Private Tutor at Laleham, the office, 130, 132. Sidney, Southey, South, Swift, Taylor, Mastersbip of Rugby, 135.

Temple, Tyndall, Whately, WordsworthCourse of Study-Daily Work, 188.

Inder, 585. Relations to Trustees, Parents and Pupils, 139. English Pedagogy, First Series-Ascham, Chaplain, Chapel Service, 142.

Bicon, Barleigh, Cowley, Cowper, Crabbe, Personal Instruction and Influence, 146, 161. Fuller, Gray, Hartlib, Hood, Locke, Sixth Form--Rugby Scholarship, 147, 150.

Milton, Petty, Shenstone, Spencer, Discipline-Fagging-Flogging 151, 154.

Whately, Wotion-Inder, ix. London University, Religious Element, 156. English Pedagogy. Second Series-Arnold,

Professor of Mod. Hist., Death, Example, 158. Brinsly, Calderwood, Colet, Collis, Art of Education, 468.

Coote, Defoe, Donaldson, Duff, Elyot, Artificial value to Studies, 529.

Evelyn, Goldsmith, Hoole, Johnson, Arundel, Counters, Medical Skill, 396.

Jolly, Lyttleton, Macaulay, Mulcaster, Ascham, Rebuke to Noblemen, 122.

Parker, Parr, Payne, Pope, Quick, Successive Steps in Learning, 188.

Smith, South, Steele, Todhunter, Wase, Cited, 241, 261, 272, 537.

Webster, Wolsey--Index, 595.

(595)

Barring out the Master, 318.

Calderwood, Henry, 497. Barter, Warden, Cricket player, 38.

Individualization, Self-control, 517. [319. Bateus, Janua Linguarum, 223.

Repression of the Wilful and Stubborn, Beating, at St. Paul's, 72, 78.

National Vices to be Guarded against, 521. Tusser at Eton, 328.

Instruction, Training, Salaries, 525. Wolsey, 175.

Calfe, Earliest Reference Library,

817. Bed-time, 35.

Cambridge University, 451, 533. Beer, at Public Schools, 32.

Camden's Greek Grammar, 291. Bell, song of, at Rugby, 169.

Capping and Capping-book, 290, 803. Alarm at Winchester, 36.

Carving and Painting, 406. Peal, First and Second, 34.

Carelessness in Written Exercises, 534. Behavior, Rules for Pupils, 189, 220.

Castalion's Dialogues, 246, 257, 582. Beneke, cited on Reading, 496.

Catechisms, Authors of, 238, 246. Bentley, R., in the Dunciad, 340.

Greek, 290. Bible, School use, 318.

Hebrew, 290. Bible-Clerk, 26, 34, 330.

Assemblies, 278. Bibling, 20.

Cato, Sentences, 174, 249, 290. Bienrod, Iliustrated Primer in German, 215. Certificated Teachers, 497. Bifurcation, 101.

Chancellor and Cathedral School, 59. Bilson, School Rebellion under, 25.

Chalk and Tablet, 198, 224. Birch, Instrument of School Punishment,3, 331. Changes, Too frequent, 322. Free from Knots, 313, 331.

Charity, Examples of, 395, 896. Cost charged to Pupils, 26, 381.

Chapel Service, 47. Birket, Catechism in Greek, 290.

Character, Formation of, 492, 513. Bishop, Exeter, 468.

Papils' own Work, 514. Growth, 516. Blackboard, Early use of, 193, 223.

Teacher can aid, 514. Value of, 505, 509, 510.

Charges in Free Schools, 33, 41. Bluchers, 34.

Charnock, Richard, 51. Boarding Schools, Early, 347.

Chaucer, Picture of Village School, 210.
Boarding in Public Schools, 110.

Cheltenham College, 102.
Rugby, 172.
Harrow, 111.

Chemistry, 36, 42.
Winchester, 47.

Chicheley, All Souls' College, 15. (41. Boltz, Introduction to German, 537.

Child and Children in Winchester Dialect, 33, Bonner, Method at Rothenham, 320.

Nature in Play, 472, Books, Pupils, Binding, and Printing, 317. Child's Guide, 218. Supply of subsidiary, 317.

Rules for Behavior, 222. Books and Forms, in Classification, 22, 43. Children, Discipline, 343. Books, in Science-teaching, 479.

Education, 313. Perceptive Faculties, 473. Book of Nature,

for Science-teaching, 480. Curiosity, 199. Constructive Tastes, 473. Book-work in a Foreign Language, 541.

Choristers at Winchester, 36, 40. Books and Discourse in Popular Education, 460. Christ Hospital School, Flogging, 332. Boole, Abridged Notation, 534.

Christ-Cross-Row, 218. Botanical Excursione, 45.

Christian Education, 61, 134. Bounties on Certain Studies, 457.

Christian Man, Institute of, 61, 144, 156. Boy Bishop at St. Paul's School, 62.

Erasmus, Version, 63. Boy-Tutors at Winchester, 43.

Cicero, cited, 413, 454. Boyle, Earl of Cork, 392.

Circum, at Winchester, 21. Boys, Society of, how governed, 152.

Citizenship, Education for, 489.
Spirit of its best Members, 153, 160.

Cities as Seats of Learning, 315, 357, 460.
Vote on Standing and Promotions, 304. City of London School, 102.
Breaking-up for Vacations, 39.

Civil Policy and Discourse, Bacon, 452.
Bréal, on School preparation of Lessons, 544. Civil Service, Educational Test for, 461.
Brinely, John, 185, 189.

Classical Studies, Views respecting, 88. Ludus Literarius, 185.

Arnold, 148.

Macaulay, 453. Consolation for Grammar Schools, 189.

Duff, 128.

Todhunter, 532. Rales for the Master, 187.

Johnson, 360.

Wolsey, 174. Britton, John, Horn-book of 1771, 217.

Lyttleton, 125. Browne, Sir Richard, 369.

Classification in Public Schools, 90, 136, 174. Building for a Grammar School in 1661, 296. Forms, 22, 43, 90. Divisions, 91, 137. Hoole's Plan, 296.

Books, 22, 43.

Hoole's, 292. Master's Dwelling, 297.

Clemens, Alexandrianus, 489.
Usher's Pew, 296.

Clergy, Duty to Schools, 345.
Folding-doors between Class-rooms, 296. Education, 15.
Spacious Grounds, 296.

Cloister Time at Winchester, 22.
Winchester, 32.

Closing Exercises, 319. St. Paul's, 79.

Coleman, George, the Rodiad, 336. Burton, Warden at Winchester, 23.

COLET, JOHN, Memoir, 49. Busby, Severity in Punishment, 329.

Education, State

of Learning about 1460, 49. Butler, Hudibras' Philosophy of Whipping, 336. Lectures on St. Paul at Oxford, 50. Byron, on Flogging, 336.

Acquaintance with Erasmus in 1498, 50.

Letter to Erasmus, and Erasmus's Reply, 51. Calderwood, Henry, 497.

Friendship with Thomas (Sir) More, 52. Teaching, its Ends and Means, 497.

Prebendary of Darnesford in 1502, 54. [55. Requisites for Success, 500.

Dean of St. Paul in 1505–-Divinity Lectures, Faculty of Discipline, 500.

Erasmus's Description of his Hospitality, 58. Power of Commanicating, 504.

Boys' Reading at Dinner from Bible, 55. Natural Curiosity, 505.

Charge of Heresy-Letter of Erasmus, 56. Sympathetic Relations with Pupil, 511. Founding of St. Paul's School-Death, 57. Formation of Character, 513.

Erasmus's Letters on his Character, 57, 58. Limits to Teacher's Power, 514.

Rules for Admission and Continuance, 62.

COLET, JOHN, Memoir, 49.

Customs, Old School, 8, 89, 318.
Institution of a Christian Man, 63.

Montem at Eton, 8.
Construct'n of the eight Parts of Speech, 69. Potation upon Shrove-tide, 319.
Letter to Master Lilye, 69.
Austerity in Discipline, 72.

Daily Routine in 1658, 250, 278.
Collins, W.L, Visit to Rugby, 160.

Monday, 36, 282, 287, 288. Collis, J. D., Foundation Schools, 1.

Tuesday, 34, 238. Collegiate or Boarding Students, 24.

Wednesday, 282, 288. College at Eton, 6.

Thursday, 34. 303, 238. Color in Fræbel's System. 474.

Friday, 307, 322.
Combination, Evils of School, 145.

Saturday, 35, 286.
Comenius,
Orbis Pictus, 192, 223.

Sunday, 3, 310.
English Edition, 189, 223, 227.

Opening, 301. Other publications in London, 223.

Intermission, 302. Commensales at Winchester, 23

Closing, 301, 319. Common People, Schools for, 121, 461.

Hoole's Grammar School, 279. Commonplace Book, 284.

Ragby in 1828, 138. Commoners at Winchester, 22.

[461. Winchester, 33. Competition, Free, applied to Education, 451, Dames at Eton, 111. Competitive Examination, 462, 536.

Dame Schools, 208, 229. Election to Scholarship, 24.

Dancing. Elyot, 412. Evils of Excessive, 536.

Dawes, DEAN, Science-teaching, 479. Companionship, 146, 515.

Day Schools and Boarding Schools, 78. Composition, Exercises in, 137.

Day Scholars, Responsible to Parents, 78.
Conduct, Advice respecting, 530.

Dead Languages, 95, 103.
Defoe, 430.
Fanshawe, 899.

Compared with Living, 104.
Smith, 415.
Colet, 641.

Death, Defoe's Maxim, 383, 432.
Confabulationcnls Pueriles, 187.

Declamations. Daily, 309. Confirmation, Preparation for, 109.

Deduction and Induction, 465. Conflict of Studies, in reference to

Defiant and Vicious Pupils, 519. Discipline, 529. Life-parposes, 529. DEFOE, DANIEL, 417-432. Examination Tests, 461, 530.

Plan of University for London, 421. Consonants in the Petty School, 199, 224.

Academy of Music, 422. Contents, English Pedagogy, vii.

Popular Sunday Concerts, 423. Second Series. 593.

Scholar and Pedant, 424. Studies and Conduct, 545.

Essay on Projects, 426. Primary School, 553.

Improvement of English Language, 427. American Journal, 561.

Extirpation of Swearing, 427. English Schools, 585.

Academy for Women,

429. Cooke, Sir Anthony, Education of Daughters, Military Studies and Exercises, 428. [480. Conversational Power, 460.

(443. Rules of Conduct--the Dumb Philosopher, Conversation, Power of daily, 74.

Degrees, Academic, 190, 357. Constructive Habits of Children, 473.

Democritns, Nature and Teaching, 489. Cooper's Dictionary, 264.

Demosthenes, 281, 460. COOPER, W. M., The Rod, 825.

De Quincey, Death of a Child, 383. Coote, Edward, The Schoolmaster, 189.

Development, Education for, 490. Cited by Hoole, 199.

Limitations of Time and Means, 491. Master's Injanction on the Scholar, 189. Devotional Exercises, 309, 524. Corderius Colloquies, 240.

Dictation in Foreign Langnages, 643. Corporal Punishment, History, 325.

Dictionaries, Early, 264, 290. Abuses, 154, 345.

Diderot, cited, 543. Defence, 153.

Diet of Schoelbaye, 349. Opinions respecting, Arnold, 153.

Difficulties of Scholars, 511. Ascham, 188.

Hood, 207, 336. Diligence in Study and Work, 94, 185. Butler, 336.

Hoole, 313.

Dilucidation of Comenius' Reformation of Byron, 336. Johnson, 363.

Schools, 223. Calderwood, 503, 519. Lamb, 332.

Dinner in Public Schoole, 36. Coleman, 336.

Locke, 353.

Dionysius Halicarnassus, 212.
Colet, 72
South, 344.

Reading by Syllables, 212.
Cooper, 325.

Steele, 345.

Diece aut Difcede, 68. Erasmus, 72.

Wolsey, 175. Discipline, Scholastic, 12, 293. Goldsmith, 235.

Insiruments or Means-Eye, 501. Course of Instruction for Grammar Sch'ls, 87. Voice, 502.

Occupation, 12. Hoole's, 280, 290. Rugby, 138, 165.

Monitore, 106, 311. Punishment, 12, 502. Brinsly, 185.

St. Mary's, 43. Discipline, School Authorities–Arnold, 151, 154. Ipswich, 173.

St. Paul's, 73, 75. Calderwood, 500. Hoole, 205, 293. Courtesy, 121.

Donaldson, 492. Wolsey, 175. Cowper, the Horn Book, 217.

Erasmus, 72. Cranmer, Primer and Catechism, 515.

Dispars at Winchester, 21.
Cramming, Essence of, 461, 480, 540.

Divieions at Eton, 90.
Little danger, with good examiners, 462. Rugby, 136.
Cricket, 8, 38, 105, 171.

Dogmatic Knowledge, 478.
Crime and Ignorance, 461.

DONALDSON, JAMES, 491-496. Crosr-row, 208, 217.

Science of Education, 481. Cruikshank's Organ, 334.

Public Primary School, 488. Cypher and cast Accounts, 124.

Limitations of the School, 490. Curiosity of Children, 199.

Requisites in a Revised Code, 496. Customs, Old School, 8, 39, 318.

Donaldson, J. W., 461. Barring out the Master, 318.

General Culture and Special Training, 461. Breaking-up Day, 319.

Double Translations. Ascham's plan, 272.

Drawing, 88, 406.
Drunkenness a National Vice, 522.
Drury, John, Reformed School, 298.
Domestic Arrangements, 110.
Domestic or Home Education, 355, 890, 397.
Domestic Life, inglish, in 16th Century, 369.

Evelyn Family, 369.
Mr. Walker, 355
Mrs. Hutchinson, 391.
Lady Fanshawe, 399.
Countess of Warwick, 392.

Duchess of Newcastle, 397.
Donatus's Latin Grammar. 24.
Dorset, Countes-, 379.
Dow, Gerard, The Schoolmaster, 226.
Dove, Daniel, The Doctor, 433.

Home and Ilome Education, 433.
Village Church and Graveyard, 434.
Books and Reading, 435.

Methods of Education, 438.
Dogard's Probation Book, 252.
Duff, Grant, 127.

Classico in General Education, 127.
Use of Translations, 127.

Verse Composition, 128.
Dulce Domum, at Winchester, 39.
Dunb Philosopher, Defoe, 432.

Rules of Conduct, 430.
Damb-bells, 108.
Dunciad, Schools and Universities, 338.
Early Impressious, 418
Early Instruction, Processes, 480.

Comenius, 223.
Froebel, 471.

Southey, 440.
Houle, 193.

Payne, 480. Early English Sctool Books, 208.

[208. Horn Book, 208. Geography in Verre, A B C Books, 211. Arithmetical Rules in Primers, 208.

Doggerel, 209. Arithmetic, 209, 210. Grammar Rules, 208. Early Rising, 20, 432. Earnestness, Power of, 143, 145. Eating, 33, 172, 349. Edinburgh University, 356. Edgeworth, Maria, cited, 479. Edom, in Winton dialect, 30. Edward VI., Education in his reign, 421.

Graminar 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.

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

Johnson, 359.
Donaldson, 481. Parr, 364.
Froebel, 472.

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

Collegiate, 457.
Industrial, 366. School, 224.
Motoal, 311.

Infant, 471. Military, 428.

Life and Affairs, 460. Female, 381, 399, 427. Self, 469. Physical, 183, 408. Moral, 156, 499.

Religious, 109, 142.
Education-Aime,

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 Exhibitions, 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.
ELYUT, SIR THOMAS, memoir, 401,

The Governor, 403.

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

Risks, Individual, 521.

National, 521. Encouragement to Pupils, 523. Endowment, Evils of, 451.

Kindred and Locality, 87.
Endowed Grammer 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. (81, 117. Endowed Grammar Schools--General Survey.

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

Age, Number, 87.
Instruction--Courses and Sabjecis, 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.

Form:, Divisions, Promotions, 91. Lessons, 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 Systemu, 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 Lite of 17th Century, 369, 463.

Evelyn Family, 369.
Mrs. Harrison, 399.
Mrs. Hutchinson, 391.
Mre. Sadler Walker, 385.
Boyle Family, 392.
Countess of Warwick, 392.
Duchess of Newcastle, 397.
Lady Fanshawe, 399.

Lady Bacon, Barleigh, 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.

Mathematics, Classical Literature, 453.
Latin Language and Literature, 454.
Greek Language and Literature, 455,
Complete and Liberal Education, 457.

Curriculum for the gifted and trained, 458. English Universities, estimated by

Goldsmith, 356. Macaulay, 451.

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