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Natural Curiosity, 505.
Natural and Formal Education, 468.
Natural History, 534.

Natural Philosophy, study of, 351.
Natural Science in Grammar Schools, 98, 113,

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Nature's System of Education, 466.
Growth of Body and Mind, 466.
Nature, and Nature's God, 342.
Taught by facts, 480.
National Pedagogy, 545.
National Vices, 521.

Teacher's relations to, 522.

Naevius, John, Letter of Erasmus to, 64.

New England Primer, Illustrated Alphabet, 218.

New Testament in Petty School, 225.

English, Latin, Greek, 310.

Read by pupils in turn, 310. New College at Oxford, 17.

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Necessary Knowledge, not always earliest, 489. Penmanship in Hoole's School, 315.
Necessary Things, easy to obtain, 489.
Newberry, Terrors of the Rod, 336.

Pepys, 377.

Perceptions, 491.

Nicholas, John, 26, 33.

Pericles, Phidias, at Athens, 460.
Periodical Examinations, 93.
Perkins's Catechism, 247.

Color, 474.

Form, 474.

Nicol's Organ, 333.
Niebuhr, cited, 541.

Nightingale, Florence, existing home life, 379. Personal Influence, 161.
Noblemen's Sons, 50, 358.
Non-comformists Academy, 462.
Non Muita, sed Multum, 462.
Normal School, in England, 527.
Note Book, in Wolsey's Plan, 174.
Nowell's Catechism, 290, 310.

Fræbel, 474.
Donaldson, 493.

Hardness, 474.
Construction, 475.

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Paston Letters, Expenses at Eton, 6.
Patrick, Bishop, Gentle Discipline, 441.
Patronage in Bestowal of Scholarships, 80.
Paul's Accidence, 62.
PAYNE, JOSEPH, 465.

Science of Education, 465.
Art of Education, 465.

Kindergarten System, 471.

Foundation of Science-teaching, 477.
Peal, First and Second at Winchester, 34.
Pedagogy, National, Barnard's, 545.

American, 546.

PARR, SAMUEL, 365.

Penal Legislation and Education, 365.

Education defined, 365.

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Industrial Element in Schools for the Poor,

English Universities, 367.

Past, Knowledge of the, 148.
Enthusiasm for, 33.

English-List of Authors, 546.
French-List of Anthors, 546.
German-List of Authors, 546.
Swiss-List of Authors, 546.
Pedantry, Defoe's Idea, 425.
Penal Legislation and Popular Education, 365,

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Personality of the Teacher, 146, 161.
PETTY SCHOOL, Hoole's Manual, 195.

Age, Alphabet, Horn Book, 195.

Play with Ivory Dice, Revolving Wheel, 197.
Pictorial Alphabet, Vowels, Consonants, 198.
Ordinary Mode with Reading, 201.

Earliest Reading Books, 202,

Psalter, Psalms in Meter, Good Manners, 202.
Latin Accidence, 203.

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Præpositors at Eton and Rugby, 7, 22, 151.
Praise and Rewards for Well-doing, 312.
Prayers and Psalms, 310.
Prefects at Winchester, 21, 34, 45.

Prefect of the Hall, 45.

Power to Punish Corporally, 46.
Prendergast, Mastery System, 538.
Precocious Scholars, 362, 382.
Preparation of Lessons 92, 544, 507.
Primer, Earliest English, 208, 216.
Illustrated, 215, 219.

Primary Schools, Aims and Limits-
English, 193, 499. Calderwood, 499.
German, 499.
Donaldson, 488.
Scotch, 495.
Hoole, 193.
Proir, M., Ginger-bread Alphabet, 217.
Private Schools and Public, 362, 443.
-Private Schools and Teaching, 133, 362.

Reception and Exclusion of Pupils, 131.
Private Tutor in Public Schools, 44.
Prizes, Influence on Studies, 530.
Probation Book of Merchant Taylor's, 9.
Professional Training of Teachers, 527.
Donaldson, 484, 495. Mulcaster, 184.
Jolly, 527.
Hoole, 298.
Prosodia, 248.
Promotion, Conditions, 44, 90, 92.
Publicity to Good Methods, 323.
Punishments, School, 325, 502.

Instruments and Means, 325, 336.
Apple-twigs, 20. Horsing, 335.
Birch, 313.
Houpsy-donpsy, 334.
Boxing Ears, 329. Jerking, 313.
Cane, 170.
Pinching, 329,
Dark Hole, 333. Rod, 325, 336.
Detention, 314. Strap. 325.
Ferule, 313, 325. Tawes, 334.
Fetters, 333.
Practice in Different Schools-

Eton, 328.

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Southey, 437.

Wolsey, 175.

Reference Books, Library, 190, 317. Refinements in Education, 362. Reflectiveness, 517.

Reformation of Henry VIII., 3.

Destruction of Monastic Schools, 2, 122. Institution of Grammar Schools, 3. Reforms in Public Schools, 4, 47, 49. Arnold, 129.

Public School Commission, 112. Register or Probation Book, 9. Religion and Religious Instruction, 109. Home Education, 389, 391. Boarding-schools, 146. Day-schools, 524. Sunday Exercises, 389. Hoole's School, 309. Arnold's Practice, 142, 129. Rugby School, 143. St. Mary's, 109. St. Paul's, 79. Limits, 144

Repetition, Value of, 467, 589.

Repression of Evil Tendencies, 518. Restriction, Children must Learn, 504.

Rewards and Encouragements, 13, 312, 523.
Revised Code, 496.

Rhetoric, 351, 358.
Richard Herton, 17.

Richard II. and Popular Education, 121.
Riding as Exercise, 428.

Rifle Practice, Public Schools, 106.

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Romance Reading, 363.
Rome, Literature and Language, 454.
Relations to Christianity and Law, 128.
Teaching Alphabet, 213.
School Punishments, 325.

Rose, Gnomologicon Poeticum, 308. Roscommon, English Tongue, 427. Roth's Gymnasial Pedagogik, 495.

Religious Instruction, 495.
Rotherham School, 298. Methods of, 320.
Order of Studies in 1658, 320.
School Lectures, 322.

Rousseau, School Life Attractive, 444.
Routine and Formalism, 212.
Royal Visits to Public Schools, 19.
Rudiments of Language, 62.

Proverbial dryness, 214.
RUGBY SCHOOL, 135-174.

Origen, 135.

Prior and under Dr. Arnold, 136.
Dr. Arnold's Successors, 162.
Present Constitution, 163.
Revenues and Governing Body, 163.
Head-Masters and Assistants, 163.
Fellowships for Life, 164.
Pupils, Classes, Number, 164.
Classical School, 165.
Mathematical School, 166.
Modern Language, 167.
Natural Philosophy School, 167.
Time work, Examination, 168.
Exhibition, Scholarship, Prizes, 169.
Monitorial system, Fagging, Flogging, 170.
Sports, Games, 171.

Domestic and Sanitary Arrangement, 172. Rytwise, or Ryghtwyse, 61, 72.

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School Rebellions, 29.
Recollections, 29.
Recreations, 78, 142.
School Sympathy, 146.
School Teacher, 464.

Terms, 71, 111.
School Vocabulary, 604.
Scholar and Scholarship, 424, 426.
Scholars, in English Public School, 471.
Foundationers, 86. Oppidans, 5.
Non-Foundationers,86. Commoners, 23.
Collegiate, 24, 40.

Poor,
Scholarship, Election to, 37, 87.
St. Paul's, 47.
St. Mary, 37, 79.
SCHOLASTIC DISCIPLINE in 1653, Hoole, 293.
Schonborn's Capping-book, 308.
Science, defined, 477, 482.
Science of Education, 465.
Advantages, 485.
Science-Teaching, 477.
Acland, 480.
Huxley, 479.
Scientific Knowledge, 474.
Training, 480.
Scobs, 26.

Scot, Thomas, 298.
Scotland School Code, 496.
Severe Discipline, 333.

Public Popular Education, 463.
Scriptorium at Winchester, 33.
Scriptures, 323.

Scriptural Symbolism, 18.
Self-Activity, 141, 469.

Control, 500, 517, 383. Government, 514.

Denial, 515, 518.

Reforms, 135.

Kemshead, 480. Payne, 477.

Education, 437.

Respect of Pupils, 514. Seniority in Promotion, 92. Senses, Culture of, 193, 223, 473. Sex, in Education, Defoe, 427. Seminary for Masters, in 1582, 184. Sentences, not Words, in learning language,538.

Sententiæ Pueriles, 237.

Servitors at Winchester, 36.

Servants in English Homes, 389.
Seventh Chamber, at Winchester, 21.
Shenstone, Horn Book, 216.
Shooting, with Bow or Gun, 414, 428.
Sheridan, Thomas, Study of Rhetoric, 351.
Shrewsbury Free Grammar School, 11.

Meaning of Free School (Libera, Schola), 11. Shrove-tide potation, 319.

Schrader Gymnasium and Real School, 493.
Scott, Sir W., on Gardens, 376.
Singing, 405, 422.
Simplicity, 430, 496.
Sixth Form at Rugby, 136, 150.
Hoole's School in 1661, 290.
Skill, Manual, Elyot, 408.
Slow and Sure, 462, 543.

Smith, Adam, and Public Schools, 461.

Smith, Sir Thomas, 415.

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Advisements for Noblemen and Counsellors,

Smith, Sidney, at Winchester, 219.
Socrates, Thoroughness with a little, 462.
Southampton School, 4.

Solitude and Silence or a thoughtful boy, 442.
SOUTHEY, ROBERT, 433-448.

Home and Education of Dr. Dove, 433.
Richard Guy, School-master, 438.

Kind School-master and Happy Pupil, 440. Methods of Teaching and Discipline, 439. Books and Reading one hundred years ago,

435.

Risks of Public School, Home Education,442. Jean Tixier, Johannes Revisius Textor, 445. Gradus ad Parnassum. 445.

Specimen School Dialogue, 446.

Juvenile Lit., Ancient and Modern, 448. SOUTH, ROBERT, 343.

Discourse on Éducation, 343.

SOUTH, ROBERT, 343.

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Jewish Parents, School-masters, 343.
Clergy in relation to Schools, 344.
Youth of Spirit, Considerate in Punishment,
Sparing the Rod, Doctrine of, 209, 336.
Sparta, Educational policy, 366.
Spoilt Children, 519.
Spontaneous Activity, 472.
Speusippus, on Discipline, 73.
Sports and Pastimes, 38.
Speaking or Declamations, 44.
Spy-monitor, 333.

St. Adrian, Protector of School boys, 307.
St. Louis of France, 146.

ST. MARY'S COLLEGE, at Winchester, 17-48.
Origen and History, 17.

Daily Routine, Games, 33, 38.

College, Endowment, Government, 40.

Governing Body, Scholars, Children, 41. School, Government, Boarders, Masters, 42. Six Courses of Study. Books or Forms, 43. Boy Tutors, Private Tutors, Pulpiteers, 44. Subjects, Reading, History, Arithmetic, 44.

French and German, Natural Science, 44. Deviations from regular course, Work and Play, 45.

Fagging, Punishment, Monitorial System, 45. Chapel Service, Boarding houses, 47. Results of Teaching, Modifications, 48. St. Paul's School, London, 59.

Relations to the Cathedral, 59.

Method of Education prevalent, 60. Foundation described by Erasmus, 61. Oversight left to the Company of Mercers, 62 Lily, the first Master, 62.

Paul's Accidence in 1510, 62.

Rules for the Admission of Scholars, 62.
Institution of a Christian Man, 63.

Prayers for the use of St. Paul's Schools, 69.

Master and Usher, 62, 71.

Severity of the Discipline, 73.

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Erasmus's Views of Methods and Discipline, Value of Example and Conversation. 74. Graduates of the School-Masters, 74. Existing State in 1864, 75.

Endowments, Government, 75. Masters and their Stipends, 75. Scholars Admitted on Nomination, 76. Classes, Promotions, Exhibitions, 77. Prizes too Lavish, Honorarium, 77. School-house, Recreation, 78. Discipline-no fagging, no flogging, 78. Religious Observances and Instruction, 79. School Terms and Holidays, 79. Improvements Recommended, 80. Standing-up Time at Winchester, 22, 26. Stanley, Life of Arnold, 151. Statutes, School, 17, 85.

Power of Modifications, 85, 112. Straw Beds at Winchester, 21. STEELE, SIR RICHARD, 345.

Flogging in Public Schools, 345. Stockwood's Figura, 248.

State and Popular Education, Macaulay, 461.

Study, Power, and Habit, 408.
Studies, Conflict of, 529.

Value in Discipline, 529, 533.
Examination purposes, 530, 533.
Life purpose, 98, 488.
Studies in Grammar Schools, 87.
Ancient, Ipswich in 1528, 173.
Eton in 1560, 7.

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Studies in Grammar Schools, 87.

Donaldson's Views of the Public, 488.
Sturmius, Epistles of Cicero, 273.
Stupidity or Stubbornness, Incurable, 314.
Sunday, Home Education, 387.
Hoole's School, 310, 311.

St. Mary's College, 47.
Rugby School, 142.
Support of Schools, 42, 83.

Endowment, 83, 297. Charges, 172. Tuition, 172. Boarding Pupils, 298. Sureties for Good Behavior, 314. Swearing, Defoe on, 427, 436. Sylvester, Joshua, 435. Symbolism in Numbers, 18. Sympathy with Pupils, 146, 469, 513. Moral Difficulties, 193. Studies-Habits of Mind, 511. Swimming, School Training, 36, 106. Elyot, 410.

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Closing Term Diversion, 319. Text Books, Early English, 208, 210.

T. H. Guide for the Child and Youth, 219. Child's Promises, 219.

Illustrated and Symbolical Alphabet, 230.
Child's Behavior from Morn to Night, 324.
School-Table-Church, 324.

Textor, Specimen of Dialogues, 445.
Apothegus, 445.

Thompson, D'Arcy, 539.
Thornton, Spencer, 160.
Thring, cited, 507.

Timb's School Days, 5, 215.
Time Tables, 506.

Tiresome Ways not the best, 540.
Toasters, at Winchester, 31.
TODHUNTER, ISAAC, 529, 536.
Conflict of Studies, 529.
Prizes and Examinations, 530.
Mathematics, 531.
Experimental Philosophy, 534.
Functions of a University, 535.
Competitive Examinations, 536.
Trade, Education for, 488.

Tradescant, Collection of Curiosities, 315.
Training College for Teachers, 184, 298, 527.
Training to Habits, 441, 513.

Comenius and Hoole, 193.

Translations, 128, 283, 352.
Travel, 355, 357.

Teachers to study foreign schools, 184.

Trenchers of Wood at Winchester, 41.
Trustees, Master's Relations to, 139.
Trusty Servants, 32.
Truth, exact, 363.

Tub, Prefect of, 21.

Tusser, School Reminiscences, 328.
Tutor, Private, 43, 133.

Boys, at Winchester, 43.

Udall, Severe Disciplinarian, 328. Understanding and Memory, 193, 507. Under-teachers, 299,

Universal Education, Macaulay, 461.
University, Functions of, 535.
Examination-Teaching-Research, 535.
Organized Scientific Instruction, 535. *
Production of Scientific Treatises, 536.
Optional system, 458.

University Chair of Education, 527.
Universities,

Athens, 458.
Cambridge, 451.

Oxford, 451.

University Education, estimate by,

Lowth, 368.

Goldsmith, 357.
Johnson, 368.
Jones, 368.
University Endowment and Bounties, 451, 530.
Force certain studies on unwilling minds,451.
Not wisely bestowed, 457.

Macaulay, 451, 458.
Todhunter, 535.

Ushers, Position and Duties, 225.

London, 150, 457. Edinburgh, 358. Leyden, 358.

Goldsmith, 348.

Hoole, 225.

Useful Knowledge Era, 529.

Did not reach Public School and Colleges,529.
Usher's Duty in the Grammar School, 225.
The Youngest Pupils, 225.

New Testament Accidence, 226.
Introduction to the Latin Tongue, 227.
Use of the Orbis Pictus, 235.

Vocabulary, Sententiæ Puerilis, 237.
Lord's Prayer, Creed, Christianity, 238.
Corderius Colloquies, 240.

Paper book for ex tempore examples, 243.
Gerard's Meditations, Thomas à Kempis, 244.
Latin into English, English into Latin, 243.
Esop's Fables, Janua Linguarum, 245.
Helvici Colloquia, Castalion's Dialogues, 246.
Brinsly's Grammar School, 247.
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Saturday, Assembly's Catechism, Perkins,
Stockwood's Figura, Prosodia, 248.
Cato, Accidence reviewed, Grammar, 249.
Daily Routine for the week, 250.
Specimen of a Lesson from Æsop, 251.
Dugard's Probation Book, 252.

Analysis of Different Parts of Speech, 252. Reasons for Retaining Lily's Grammar, 261. Easy Entrance to Latin Tongue, 262. Examinatio Latina Grammaticæ, 263. Dugres, Sparks, Cooper's Dictionary, 264. Latin Authors read in translation, 264. Uveldale, N., 13.

Vanity of Children, 351.

Variations, in Prendergast Method, 537. Vechneri Hellonexia, 280.

Verbal Memory, 509, 512.

Verse Composition, 128, 461. Verse into Prose, 175.

Versified Geography and Grammar, 208.
Rules of Arithmetic, 209.
Vicarius Whipping, 314.

Vincent, Severe Disciplinarian, 329.
Virga, in Roman Schools, 326.
Virgil, a School-book, 175, 282.
Virgil, cited, 245.

Virgil, Polydore, Account of St. Paul, 60.

Visible Knowledge, 505.

Vitellius at Oxford, 50, 61.

Vitrier, John, Franciscan, 57.

Vivacity of Manner, 506.
Vives, Ludovicus, 223, 246.
Vocabulary made by Pupils, 237.
Vocabulary of Children, 539.
Vocabulary, Public Schools,
Am. licet Gate, 26.
Hills, 22.
Barter.orHalf-volley,38. Hostiarius, 18.
Beer-time, 21.
Bethesda, 33.
Bibling, 20, 330.
Bible Clerk, 34.
Books, or Forms, 22.
Borks' Chambers, 35.
Candle-sconce, 27.
Chambers, 44.
Child, Children, 33,41.
Circum, 21.
Classicus, 45.
Clean Straw, 21. [22.
Cloister, or Long-half,
College Alarm, 36.
College Boys, 24, 40.
Commensales, 23.
Commoners, 23.
Dalmatia, 30.
Dispars, 21.

Divisions, 12, 91.
Domum Tree, 39.
Drive, 38.

Dulce Domum, 39.
Edom, 30.
Egg-flip day, 39.
Garth, 33.
Go-homers, 39.
Half Fagot, 35.
Hali Remedies, 34.

Voice, Power of in Discipline, 502.
Voltaire, cited, 540.
Voluntary Restriction, 515.
Vulgus, at Winchester, 44.

Impositions, 35.
Informator, 18.
Leave Out, 35.
Meads, 23, 35.
Nail, or Sconce, 27.
Olla, or Tub, 21.
Oppidans, 6.
Ostrarius, 22.
Poor Scholars, 24.
Posers, 37.
Præposters, 12,22,151.
Prefects, 21, 45.
Probus Famulus, 32.
Pulpiteers, 44.
Row, 37.
Skelpins, 334.
Sands, 39.
Scobs, 26.
Scrubbing, 20.
Servitors, 36.
Seventh

Chamber,

21, 26.
Socius, 35.
Standing-up, 44.
Toasters, 31.
Toy-time, 35.
Valet, 35.

Vulgus, 44.
Washpot, 30.

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Greek Endowment in Magdalen, 60. Wealth, Uses of great, 15.

Webster, J., Academiarum Examen, 190.

Weekly Repetitions, 307.

Wellington College, 102.

Wellington, Duke, Opinion of Public Schools,1. West, Francis, 299.

Wharton's English Grammar,

226.

Whewell, W., cited, 535.
White, John, Head-master, 19.
White, Sir Thomas, 9.
Whipping, 336.

Whytington, Degree in 1513, 60.
Wilfulness, 519.
William, of Wayneflete, 19.
William, of Wykeham, 13.

St. Mary's, Winchester, 14.
St. Mary's, Oxford, 14.
Will, Power of, 504, 515.
Williams, Dr., 31.
Willow-wands, discarded, 313.
Winchester, Ancient seat of Learning, 17.
Winchester, High School, 14, 17,

St. Mary's College. 17.

Model for Henry VI., 15.

History in Queen Elizabeth's Reign, 21.

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