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

Kindred and Locality, 87.
Endowed Grammar 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 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.
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 System, 106.
Religious Instruction, 109.
Financial Condition, Fees, 110.

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English Universities, estimated by
Johnson, 368.
Jones, 368.
South, 368.
Epistolary Writing in Hoole's School, 275.
Parr, 367.
Equivalents, in Foreign Languages, 537.
Erasmus, Account of himself, 51.

First Visit to England, 50.
Introduction to Colet, 51.

Letter to Colet from Oxford in 1499, 53.
Opposition in Oxford to the New Learning,53.
Description of Colet's hospitality, 55.
Letters on Colet's Death and Character, 57.
Description of St. Paul's School, 61.
Original Organization-Governors laymen, 62.
Latin Version of Colet's Christian Man, 64.
Iambic Versification of the Child's Hymn,66.
Dedication of De Copia Verborum to Colet, 70.
Conversation with a Candidate, 71.
Views of Discipline and Teaching, 72, 73.
Influence of Example, Power of Habits, 72.
Aid to Wolsey in Plan for Ipswich, 173.
De Ratione Instituendi Discipulos, 271.
Colloquies, estimate by Southey, 445.
Erskine and the Horn Book, 217.
Ethics, Christian, 190.

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Falsehood, in Public Schools, 145.
Family Life, and the State, 499.
Plato and Socrates, 499.
Christian Idea, 499.

Illustration of Coral, 433.
Faults, Diminution of, 153.
Habit of finding, 502.
Fanshawe, Lady, Advice to her Son, 399.
Fear as a Motive, 363, 510.
Fees in Public Schools, 108.

Free Schools, so called, 11.
Female Education, 369, 391, 399.
Colleges in 17th Century, 384.
Defoe, 427.
Ferrula, Virga, Ferrula, 214, 325.
Macaulay, 399.
Fielding in Cricket, 108.
Financial Arrangements, Public Schools, 110.
Endowmente, 83.
Fees, 110.
Charges, 110.
Fisher, Bishop of Rochester, 49.
Board'g Pupils, 47, 172.
Flogger, Professional in Greece, 326.
Flogging, National Practice-

Dutch, 326.

German, 325, 327.

Jewish, 826, 336.
Roman, 325.
Schools, 108.
Scotch, 334, 363.
St. Mary's, 20, 46, 330.
St. Paul, 72.
Shrewsbury, 12, 330.
Westminster, 329.

Fools, Asylum for, proposed by Defoe, 426.
Forgiveness, Power of, 520.
Learned, 426.
Foot-ball, 38.
Forms in English Public Schools, 90, 224.
Formation of Character, 513.
Multiplication, 80.
Parallel, 80.

Place in, Hoole, 305.
Foundation of Science Teaching, 477.
Founder's Kin, 25.

Speech at Winchester, 37.
Foundationers, 86, 136.

Free, as applied to Schools, 11.

Free Competition as applied to Elementary
Schools, 461.

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Geography, Modern Methods, 485, 494.
German Proficiency, 511.
Geography and History, 485, 510.
Gifts, Froebel's System, 474.
Gingerbread, A B C book made of, 215, 217.
Governor, or Training for Commonwealth, 401.
Preface and Dedication, 403.

Scarcity of Good Schoolmasters, 404.
Studies for Future Magistrates, 404.
Music, Painting, Carving, 406.

Poetry, Oratory-Tully and Plato, 407.
Muscular Exercise-Wrestling, 408.
Running, Swimming, Riding, 409.
Hunting, Dancing, Archery, 413.
Moral Culture, 414.
GOLDSMITH, OLIVER, 347.
Essay on Education, 347.
Letter to his Brother, 353.
Letter to a Pupil, 354.

Foreign Travel and Residence, 355.
Characteristics of different Universities, 357.

Government of Public Schools, 110.
Administration of Funds, 80,

Government of Public Schools, 110.
Affairs of the School, 80.
Exclusive Patronage, 80.
Literary Qualifications, 80.
Personal Eminence, 80.
Rugby, St. Paul's, 77.
Shrewsbury, 12.
Winchester, 40.
Goddard, William Stanley, 30.
Scholarship, 31.

Benefaction to Winchester, 31.
Gomers, Gohomers, 39.

Government and Primary Schools, 495.
Good Teachers and Inspection, 496.
Good Humor in Teachers, 500.

Good Dispositions to be encouraged, 523.
Goulburn, Dr., at Rugby, 162.
Grammar Schoolmaster, Ancient Rank, 59.
Grammar Scholars in Universities, 60.
Grammar School, Studies for, Hoole, 267.
Brinsly, 185.
Wolsey's School, 173.
Johnson, 360.
Wickham, 18.
Grammar as a Study, 95.
Importance attached to, 16, 18.
Time for Lessons, 306.
Grammars, Text-books,

Latin, 291,

Greek, 280, 289, 291.
German, 537.

Hebrew, 287, 291.
Gratuitous, not necessarily a Free, School, 31.
Great Public Schools, 81.

Staple of Instruction, 18, 88.

Royal Visits, 19.

Greek Language, 455.

Christianity, 118.

Use in early ages of the Church, 119. Greek, Instruction in, in England, 49, 121. Bishop Fisher's Agency, 49.

Erasmus, 50.

Dean Colet, 50.

Cornelius Vitellius at Oxford, 50.
Grammar at Oxford, 50.

Grammar at Cambridge, 50.

Linacer and Grocyne, 50.
Opposition at Oxford in 1499, 54.

King (Henry VIII.) Commands its study, 60.
Argument before, 54.

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Waynfleet, Greek Foundation in Magdalen,
Greek Grammar in 1661, 269.

Recent Movements, 124.
Grocyne and Greek, 50.

Lectures in London, 1505, 55.

Grundal, Bishop, and St. Bees School, 123.
Guide for the Child and Youth, 219.
Guthrie, Dr., cited, 520.

Hacket, a Scotch Flagellator, 334.
Half-fagot, 35.
Half-holiday, 302.
Half remedies, 34.

Hallam, cited, 433.

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Henry VII. at Winchester, 19.

Henry VIII., Greek Reader at Cambridge, 122.
Primer and Form of Public Prayer, 415.

Elyot's Dedication of Castle of Health, 403.
High School at Winchester, 17.
Hills, Richard, 9.

Hills, Excursion at Winchester, 22.
History in Public Schools, 148, 149.
Examination Test, 531.

Helps, Sir Arthur, 389.
Henry VI, and Eton College, 3, 5.
King's College, Cambridge, 5.

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

Free Competition and Education, 461.
Hunt, T., Handmaid of Arithmetic, 209.
Hutchinson, Mrs. Lucy Apsley, 391.

Parents, and Home and Home Educat'n, 391.
Hyde, Thomas, at Winchester, 19.
Hylles, Art of Vulgar Arithmetic, 209.

Edition of Orbis Pictus, 192, 223.
Object-teaching, 192.

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Idleness, General, 145.

Idleness, Unconquerable, 93, 314.
Ignorance, Popular, 463.
Illustrated School Books, 192.
Child's Guide, 222.
Orbis Pictus, 227.
Improvements Made or Needed-
Elementary School, 485.
Secondary, 4, 116.

Universities, 357, 486, 535.
Impositions, 170.

Winchester, 35, 46.

Inability, Natural, 323.
Inculcation and Training, 513.
Index to Studies and Conduct, 545.
Primary Schools, 553.

English Pedagogy-First, 585.
Second Serles, 593.

Index to Studies and Conduct, 545.

American Journal of Education, 561.
India Civil Service, Examinations for, 461.
Individual Impressions to Groups, 493.
Individualization, 516.

Condition of Appropriate Help, 516.
Indolence, Stupidity, 93.
Industrial Element, 405.
Girls' School, 366.

Inner-world, Human Experience, 494.
Instruction in, 494.

ENGLISH PEDAGOGY-OLD AND NEW.

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Kant, Padagogik, 486.
Kemshead, Science Teaching, 479.
Child, Face to Face with Nature, 480.
Kennedy, Dr., Shrewsbury School, 11.
Libera Schola, 11.
Keate, Great Flogger, 332.
Kindergarten System, 471.

Gifts for Observation, 474.
Objections to System, 475.
Progress, 476.
Kinner, Cyprian, 223.
Kin, Privileges of, 87.
Knight, Life of Colet, 49.
Greek Learning about 1500, 49.
Knowledge, Organized, 477.
Value of all, 362.

Knowledge and Ignorance, relative, 361.
Knowledge and Pedantry, 426.
Knowledge and Power of Communicating, 497.
Known and Unknown, Combination, 509.
Komensky, Comenius, 223.
Kynaston, Master of St. Paul, 78.
Responsibility for Boys out of School, 78.

Laleham, Arnold at, 132.
Lamb, C., Recollections of Christ Hospital, 332.
Landor, W. S, The Shell, 436.
Landscape Gardening, 375.
Language, Study of, 62.
Ancient, 456.
Modern, 456.

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Long Chamber at Eton, 6.
Louth Grammar School, Seal of, 326.
Lowth, Life of Wykeham, 15.
Tribute to Wykeham, 15.
Obligations to Oxford, 367.
Lucas, Margaret, 397.

Duchess of Newcastle, 398.
Lucy, Lady Alice, 380, 396.

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Influence of Endowments, 452.

Studies too Few, and not of Right Kind, 453.
Mathematics, Utility, and Objection, 454.
Latin Language and Literature, 454.
Greek Language and Literature, 455.
Ancient and Modern Studies, 456.
London University, 459.

University Teaching of Athens Life, 460.
State and Elementary Education, 461.
Examinations for India Service, 461.
Female Education in the 16th Century, 463.
Major, John, and Dean Colet, 55.
Magister Scholarum, 59.
Manners Maketh Man, Motto, 18.

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Brinsly, Poole, Stockwood, Birds, etc., 268.
Rhetoric, Dugard, Farnaby, Horne, 268.
Greek Grammars, Camdens, Busbic, etc., 269.
Pasor's Lexicon, Dugard Rudimenta, 269.
Gregorie's Nomenclatura, Posselius, Shirley,
Perence, Method of Studying, 270. [270.
Erasmus de Ratione Instituendi, 271.
Acting Plays, Janna Latine Lingnæ, 271.
Rider's Dict., Tully's Epistles, Textor's, 272.
Ascham's Double Translations. 272.
Sturmius, Fabritius, Clerk, Erasmus, 272.
Walker's Particles. Willis's Anglicisms,

Clerk, Hawkins, 273.

Epistolographia, Erasmus's de Conscribendis, Buchleri, 275.

Tully's Epistles, Two of their Own, 275. Ovid de Tristibus, English Poetry, English Parnassas, 276.

Latin Versification, Stockwood's Progymnasma, 277.

Sandy's Ovid, Clerk's Dux Poeticus, 277. Rosse's English Mythologist, Bacon's de Sapientia veterum, 278.

Wit's Commonwealth, Harmar's Lesser Catechism, in Latin and Greek, 278. Daily Programme for a Week, 278.

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Fifth Form, Greek Testament, Grammars, Isocrates, Demosthenes by Loinus, 281. Posselius Apothems, 281.

Tully and other Latin Authors, 281.
Turning Latin into Greek, and Greek into
Latin, 280, 282.
Grammars-Bus

Caninias, Ceporinus, 280.
Chrysolora, Cleonard, 280.
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Hesiod's Theognis, Castilion's Praclectiones,
Lexicons-Tscrevelius, Garthi, Rulandi,

Morelius, etc., 282.

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History-Justin, Cæsar, Florus, Erasmus, Janua Linguarum Graeca, Simonius, Virgil, Mastery System, Quick on, 539. Mathematics as a Study, 454, 532.

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Special Advantages, 531.

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Rule with Scholars, 188. Memoir, Arcold, 129. Boyle, 392.

Colet, 49.

Defoe, 417.
Erasmus, 51.
Fanshawe, 399.
Hutchinson, 391.
Johnson, 359.
Lily, 61.

Macaulay, 449.
Parr, 365.

Payne, 337.
Recorde, 210.
Sadter, 385.
South, 343.
Textor, 445.
Walker, 387.
Wykeham, 13.
Memory, when freshest, 306.
Verbal or Local, 509.

Aided by Analysis, 509. Merchant Taylor's School, 9. Mulcaster's Mastership, 9. System of Probation, 9.

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Brinsly, 189. Coote, 189. Elyot, 401. Evelyn, 369. Hartlib, 223. Hoole, 191.

Kinner. 223.

Lucas, 897. Mulcaster, 177. Payne, 465. Ranleagh, 292. Rytwyse, 72. Smith, 415.

Steele, 345. Thornton, 160. Wayneflete, 19.

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Value in Examinations, 461, 534.
Moral Training, 513, 523.
Morton, Lady, 372.
Motives to Study-

Promotion and Prizes, 92.
Home Approbation, 105.
Punishmonts, 175.

Motiv s of the Teacher's Work, 525.
MULCASTER, RICHARD, 9, 177.

Elementary, or the English Tongue, 178.
Positions in the Training of Children, 180.
Plan of a Teacher's College, 184.
Multiplication is Vexation, etc., 209.
Multum non Multa, 460, 462.
Murray, Pope's allusion to, 339.
Music, Value of, 99, 422.

Academy proposed by Defoe, 422, Musket-practice and the Longbow, 428. Mutual Examination by Pupils, 306. Recitations to and by, 307.

Nail or Candle Sconce, at Winchester, 27.

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