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Dublin University, 737.

English Popular Education, 58, 561.
Swift, Goldsmith, Berkeley, Burke, 752. London School Board, 609.
Observatory, Removal of Catholic, 754. Manchester Schools, 624.
Gladstone, Plan of Univer. Reform, 761. Official Returns or Schools, etc., 625.
2. Organization in 1875, 757.

Elementary Teaching, 634.
Terms, Degrees, Orders, Fellowships, 758,767. English Universities, 61.
Dublin University Magazine, cited, 272. Engraving, Bewick's Apprenticeship, 731.
Duel, Frequency at Jena, 777.

Enthusiasm and Practicability, 609. Duhan, Prince, and Frederic II., 306.

Episcopal Seminaries in Catholic Systems, 259. Dumb Philosopher, Defoe, 432.

Decree of Council of Trent, 291. Rules of Conduct, 480.

Action of Arcbbishop Borromeo, 292. Dunn, Henry, Manual of Methode, 57.

Equivalente, in Foreign Languages, 537. Duruy, M., Secondary Special Schools, 57. Erasmus. Educational Views, 51, 58. Dwight, Timotby, 58.

Erasmus Smith's School Trustees, 751. Prof. Silliman's estimate, 241.

Evelyn Family, 369.

Home Life and Home Education, 381, 384. Early Impressions, 59, 226.

Woman's Duty, 384. Early Instruction, Processes, 480.

Everett, Edward, Memoir and Views, 59.
Early English Scool-books, 80.

Examinations, 530, 555.
Early Religious Training, Silliman, 227. Examinations, Different kinds, 59.
Early Withdrawal from School, 620.

Example, Power of, 72, 73, 161.
Edgewortb, Maria, cited, 479.

Exceptional Classes Provided with Schools, 623. Edinburgh, Schools and University, 58.

Exclusion from Public Schools, 520. Education and Instruction, 492.

Exercise of Faculties, Law of Growth, 467,546. Education, Art of, 468, 527.

Expenditures for Schools-Great Britain, Chair of, 528.

England, 1875, 633; Scotland, 648; Ireland, 756. Education, Defined and Described, 58.

Experience, 471. Calderwood, 497. Huxley, 478.

Experiments and Experimenter, 59, 467, 534. Donaldson, 481. Payne, 468.

Explanation, May be Excessive, 469, 545. Todhunter, 529.

Expression, Power of, 59. Education Department, Great Britain,

Experimental Philosophy, 534.
England, 587, 625. Scotland, 645, 648. Eye, Power of, in Discipline, 500.

Ireland, 649.
Education, Designed or Formal, 182, 481. Fach System and Schools, 59.
Domestic, 369.

Collegiate, 457. Factory Population, 59.
Industrial, 366. School, 224.

Owen's Plans, 403.
Mutual, 311.
Infant, 471.

Facts, Observation, and Investigation, 468. Military, 428.

Life and Affairs, 460. Foundation of Science Teaching, 470, 472. Female, 384, 399, 427. Sell, 469.

Fage! Library, in Trinity College, 750. Physical, 183, 408. Moral, 156, 499. Fagging in English Public Schools, 59, 340.

Religious, 109, 142. University, 81. Family Life, and the State, 499. Education-Aims,

Fanshawe, Lady, Advice to her Son, 399.
Individual Development, 490.

Faraday, Michael, 59.
State and Social, 630. Citizen hip, 489. Fathers of the Mission, 435.
Trades, 488.
Liberal, 457.

Faults, Habit of finding, 502.
Educative Studies, 426, 493.

Fear as a Motive, 59, 363, 510.
Education, Science of, Donaldson, 481.

Fees, in Scotch system, 645.
Payne, 465.
Jolly, 527.

Experience of London Board, 618.
Egerton, Algernon, 577.

Fees, or Tui'ion, Paid by Parents, 592, 618. Eldon, Lord, School Days, 351.

Fellenberg, Emanuel de, 359. Elective Studies, 459.

Establishment at Hofwyl, 359.
Elementary School Acts, 55.

Female Education, 369, 391, 399, 429, 556.
England, 577, 640. Scotland, 641, 645. Colleges in 17th Century. 381.
Elementary School, English-Defined, 681. American, before 1800, 207.
Eliot, Andrew, 229.

Female Education as it was before 1800, 207.
Elizabeth,
Queen, 330.

Female Reformatories, 675, 678. Elyot, Sir Thomas, the Governor, 58.

Female Teachers in England, 59, 576. Emigration of Children, Pauperism, 619. Female Training Colleges, 629. Emulation, as a motive, 358, 360.

Fencing and Fencing Masters, 367, 799. Risks, Individual. 521. National, 521. Experience at Hof wyl, 367. Encouragement to Pupils, 523.

Fenéion, Memoir and Educational Views, 59. Endowment. Evils of, 58.

Fenélon's Télémaque, Jaco ot's Text-book, 546. Endowed Grammar Schools, 337.

Ferrula, Virga, Flagellum, 212, 325.
English Free Schools, 60.

Finland, Public Instruction, 59.
English Home Life of 17th Century, 369, 463. Fisher, G. P., Life of Prof. Silliman, 225.
Evelyn Family, 369.

Flogger, Professional in Greece, 326.
Mrs. Harrison, 399.

Flogging, National Practice, 59. Mrs. Hutchinson, 891.

Dutch, 326.

German, 325, 327. Mrs. Sadler Walker, 386.

English, 327, 335, 345. Jewish, 826, 336. Boyle Family, 892.

French, 326. 327. Roman, 825. Countess of Warwick, 392.

Grecian, 326.

Scotch, 334, 363. Duchess of Newcastle, 397.

Flogging. English Pnblic Schools, 59. Lady Fanshawe, 399.

Christ Hospital, 330. St. Mary's, 79, 330. Lady Bacon, Burleigh, 401.

Eton, 331. 338. St. Paul, 79. English Language, Subject of Study, 68. Rugby, 331.

Westminster, 329. English Pedagogy-Old and New, 80i.

Merchant Taylor, 327. Shrewsbury, 12, 330. English Popular Education, 58 661.

Norwich, 330.

Newcastle, 355. Historical Development, 561.

Fondes, M., St. Vincent de Paul's Charity, 449. Elementary School Acts, 577, 640.

Fontevrault, Order (1, 259. School Boards and Voluntary Systems, 599. Fools, Asylum for, proposed by Defoe, 426.

Foreign Education, Dangers of, 205.

Glastonbury Abbey-Past and Present, 273. Foreign Schools and Travel, 81, 205.

Influence of Ancient Monastic Life, 273. Silliman's Experience, 243.

History of the Abbey Buildings, 274. Forgiveness, Power of, 520.

The Great Church, Sacristy, Treasury, 279. Formation of Character, 513.

Library, Scriptorium, Lavatory, 281. Owen's Essay on, 415.

Common Room, Common Treasury, Ce ls, 283. Forrestry, Schools of, 59.

Refectory, Guest House, Almonry, 284. [286. Foster, W. E., Elementary School Act, 577. Hospitality, Alme-giving, School' for Boys, Foot-excursions, Holwyl, 267.

Routine of a Monastic Day, Centuries, 287. Foundation of Science-teaching, 471.

Glastonbury Thorn, 288. Foundlings, Asylums for, 443.

Glasgow, Schools and University, 61. Fowle, W. B., 60.

Reformatory School, 678. Francis, St., and Franciscans, 261.

Catholic Orphanage, 678. Conventual, and Observatins, 261.

God, in Education, 61, 309. Poor Clares, 261, 694.

Goethe, cited, 548. Tertiares, 261.

Gondi, Fami y, and Vincent de Paul, 434. Lay Associations, 261.

Government in Education and schools, 597. Franciscan Nuns, 694.

Government Training College, 563. France, Schools and School Systems, 60.

Substitutes for, Voluntary and (hurch, 584. Supplementary Schools, 649.

Governor, or Training for Commonwealin, 58. Franke, A. H., Memoir and Views, 60.

GOLDSMITH, OLIVER, 61. Franklin, cited, 480.

Government of Public Schools, 327, 347, 360. Fraser, James, Bishop of Manchester, 60. Government and Primary Schools, 495. Mancbester and Boston schools, 624.

Good Teachers and Inspection, 496.
Frederick II., Education and Reforms, 305. Good-humor in Teachers, 500.
1. Edacation, by Thomas Carlyle, 305. Good Dispositions to be encouraged, 523.
Teachers, Methods and Results, 306.

Government, and Denominational Schools, 563. Frederick William, 305.

Denominational Inspection, 573.
Plan of Education for his Son, 307.

Graded Schools in America, 61, 624.
Importance Attached to Military Science, 308. Graham, Sir Jamer, 564.
Teachers,

Tutors, and Examples, 309. Grammar School, Ancient, 61.
Limited Pucket Money, Latin excluded, 310. Grammar as a Study, 61, 470.
Teaching Religion, Alienation, 314.

Grandmont, Order of, 258. Free, as applied to Schools, 60.

Grants, Government in Aid of Schools, 561,594. Free Grammar School defined, 60.

Gras, Madame Le, 439. Freedmen's Schools, 60.

Gray Friars, or Recollecte, 261. Freedom of Instruction, 432, 458.

Gray Sisters, 452. Fretting by the Teacher, 508.

Great Public Schools, 339.
Friar Preachers, 60, 260, 262.

Greece, Ancient and Modern, 62.
Froebel's Kindergarten System, 60, 621. Greek Language, 61.
Frugality, Virtue of, 318, 387.

Greek Lexicons, Early, 219.
Fry, Elizabeth, 455.

Greek. Instruction in, in England, 61.

Ground and Yard to Public School, 295. Gallaudet, Thomas H., 60.

Rural School, 300, 802. Galley Slavery in France, 435.

Guardian (English) cited, 198. Vincent de Paul's Labors 1or, 434.

Guizot, Ministry of Public Instruction, 62. Hospitals and Missions, 439.

Guthrie, Dr., cited, 520. Games in Public Schools, 51, 367.

Gymnasia, German, 62.
Gardens and Garden Culture, 60.

Gymnastic Apparatus, 62, 296.
Garden with Residence for Teacher, 643. Practice at Hofwyl, 367.
Garderies, in France, 650.
Gentleness and Good humor, 432.

Habit, or Dress of Religious Orders, 254, 695.
Geography, Modern Methods, 60, 485, 494. Habits, Formation of, 62, 454.
German Proficiency, 511.

Hacket, a Scotch Flagellator, 334. Geography and History, 60, 485, 510.

Half-timers, 616. 626. American Schools prior to 1800, 105.

Hallam, cited, 433. American Colleges down to 1825, 240.

Hall, S. R., 22, 62. Geology in Yale College, 246.

Hamilton, Sir W., 62. Geometry, 60

Hammond, Charles, Academies, 62. Georgia, 60, 204.

Hanover, Public Instruction, 62. German Aspects of Education, 61, 526.

Happiness in Activity, 472. Geography. 510.

Harding, Stephen, 25%. Language, Study, 542.

Hartford, Public Schools, 62. Book-manual for, 541.

Hartlib, English Editor of Comenius, 62. Construing Book, 542.

Harvard College, 62, 201. School Punishments, 504.

Hauy, and the Blind, 62. Aim of the Primary School, 499.

Hayslop, A B C Teacher about 1800, 209, Religious Instruction, 495.

Head-ma-ter in Public Schools, 62. German Schools and Systems, 61.

Heart, Learning by, 546. German Language, 61.

Health in Education, 62. Geran Pedagogy, 61.

Heber, Bishop, 379. German Teachers and Professors, 61.

Herge Schools in Ireland, 62. Gibbs, George, and the Gibbs Cabinet, 217, 248. Heiläelberg University, 62. Gilbert, Sain', of Sempringham, 259.

Help, Conditions of timely, 516. Gilbertines-Monks and Nuns, 259.

Direct and Indirect, 523. Girls. Education and Schools, 61.

Helps, Sir Arthur, 389. English Elementary Schools, 584.

Henry, Joseph, 22, 62. Girle? Reformatories, 677.

Herder, Educational Work, 62. Gladstone, William, Memoir, 61.

High School, Public, 32. Irish University Reform, 761.

Hill, Recorder, Labor in Reformatories, 677.

History in Public Schools, 195.

Inspectors and Inspection, 571, 600, 625, 644.

Examination Test, 531.

Instruction, Conditions and Modes, 504.

Hodder, James, 63.

Instruction and Training, 525.

Hodgson, W. B., Memoir, 473.

Intellectual Training, 28.

The Teacher of the Future, 474.

Interest of the Pupils in the subject, 484, 504.

Reading as a Subject of Instruction, 475. Test of the Edncative Value of Subjeci, 493.

Classical Studies, 478.

International Exhibition, 64.

Holwyl, Fellenberg's Institution at, 63. International Serier, 64, 87.

Owen's Remini-cence: of, 659.

Intuitional Methods, 28.

Holly, H. Hudson, Plan of Village School, 297. Iowa, Schools and Education, 64.

Home Educa ion, 226, 369, 391.

Ireland, 31, 64.

Home Employments, 381.

Elementary National Schoois, 31, 756.

Home, Idea of, 499.

Secondary School Commission, 32, 756.

Home Influence, 226.

Superior Instruction, Universities, 33, 737.

Mistress and Servante, 389.

Reformatory and Industrial Schools, 657, 675.

Home Life and Education, Examples, 226, 369. Catholic Sisterhoods, Disabilities, 678, 705.

Home Preparation of Lessons, 507.

Irelaud, National Schools, 31, 61, 649.

HOOLE, CHARLES, 63.

Irish Scholars in Foreign Universities, 737, 744.

Hoosier School-master, cited, 520.

Italy, Schools and Education, 31, 64.

Hopkins, Edward, and his Foundations, 63.

Hopkins, Mark, Educational Views, 22. Jacobi, F., Method with Latin. 64.

Horn-book of the 14th Century, 63.

Jacotot, and His Methods, 64, 545.

Horsing in Schools of Pompeii, 326.

Jail, Contaminations for the Young, 658, 672.

Hospitals, and Hospital Service, 445, 463. Jameson, Mrs., Employment of Women, 64, 463.

Sisters of Charity in, 463.

Jardine, G., Philosophy of Education, 64.

Hospitallers, or Knights of Malta, 259. Jefterson, Thomas, Educational Work, 64.

Houpsy-doupsy, School*Purishment, 334. Jena, University, 64.

Hours of Study, Number, 63.

Student Life, English view, 769.
Household Duties in Wealthiest Families, 381. Class room, In and Out of, 769.
Howe, Samael G., Educational Work 22, 63. Barschen, Students' Songs, 770.
Hughes. Thomas, Reminiscences of Rugby,346. Landsmannschaften, Social Societies, 772.
Humphrey, Heman, 22, 63.

Quarrels, Student's Code, Duals. 776.

Hunt, Leigh, School Life, 315.

Burschenschaften in 1824 and 1864, 778.

Hurley, Mrs., Dame School about 1800. 209. Corps Debaucheries, Expenses, 786.
Huxley, Prof.,
Eductional Views, 622.

Beer-drinking Customs, 788.

Huxley, Scientific Training, 472.

Jerks as Punishment, 327.

Humiliation in Punishment, 503.

Jerome, Saint, 64, 691.

Hutchinson, Mrs. Lucy Apeley, 391.

Jerrard, Late Study of Latin, 480.

Hypocrites as Teachers, Carlyle on, 806. Jesuits, Their Methods, 545.

JOHNSON, SAMUEL, 64.

Idleness, Unconquerable, 519.

JOLLY, Professional Training of Teachers, 527.

Ignatius, Loyola, 64, 291.

Journals of Education, List to 1864, 65.

Constitutions of Instruction, 64.

Jobnson, Walter R., 22.

Ignorance, Adult, Cost of, 476.

Justice in an English Public School, 337.

Protection from, 619.

Juvenal, Scho 1 Punishments, 326.
Illinois, 64.

Juvenile Offenders against Law, 65, 657.
Illiteracy, National, 64.

Jail and Reform School, 657.
Immoral Conduct in Teachers, 198.

Bound Out to Families, 658.

677.
Imitation, Habit and Power, 61.

Requirements as to Labor, and Treatment,

Inculcation and Training, 513.

Discharges and Results, 677.

Indebtedness for School Buildings, 605, 626, 632.
India Civil Service, Examinations for, 461. Kalstein, Tutor of Frederick II., 306.
Indiana, 64.

Kansas, Educational Institutions, 65.

Indifference of the Public, 605.

Kant, Padagogik, 65, 486.

Individual Impressions to Groups, 493.

Kay, James Phillips (Shuttleworth), 65, 562.

Individualization, 516.

Keate, Great Flogger, 332.

Condition of Appropriate Help, 516.

Kentucks, Educational Institutions, 65, 204.

Indolence, Stupidity, 93.

Kemshead, Science Teaching, 474.
Industrial Arts, 64.

Child, Face to Face with Nature, 474.

Industrial Element, 414.

Kindergarten System, 23. 621.

Girls' School, 366.

Kingsbury, John, Memoir and Portrait, 23, 65.
Industrial Schools, Great Britain, 667.

Knights, Hospitallers of Jeruzalem and Malla,

How Certified, 658.

Knowledge, Organized, 477.

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Age of Inmates, Detention, 669, 672.

Knowledge and Ignorance, relative, 365.

Inspection, Cost, 670.

Knowledge and P dantry, 426.

Discharges and Results, 673.

Knowledge, and Power of Communicating, 497.

Industrial Schoole, London School Board, 591. Known and Uuknown, Combination, 509.

Infant Schools, 28, 64, 653.

Koox, John, First Book of Discipline, 65.

Buchanan, J., 41. Oberlin, 71.

Knox, Vicesimur, 65.
Owen, Robert, 411. England, 576, 620. Krusi, H., Life and Views, 65.
Infant Schools in England, 411, 576, 620.
Infants, Modern Treatment, 485.

Labor, Manual, 406.
Influence not Government, 502.

Lalor, John, Prize Essay, 23.
Information not the End of Teacbing, 498. Lamb, C., Recollections of Christ Hospital, 344.
Inner-world, Human Experience, 494

Lanark, New, Owen's Labors, 407.
Inspection of Primary Schools, 64, 495.

Lancaster, Joseph, Lile and System, 23, 65.

Instruction, Educative and Non-educative, 492. Land Grants to Schools, American, 65.

Geography, 494. Reading, 496.

Landscape Gardening 375.

History, 494.

Arithmetic, 496. Language, Study of, 62.

Religion, 495. Writing, 496. Latin Language and Literature, 28, 118.

Latin into English, and vice versa, 243, 272. Manchester and Salford Borroughs, 577.
Latin Vereification, 127, 277.

[66. Influence on English Action, 578. Laws Respecting Instruction and Schools, 31, Manger (Crêche) Asylums, 651.

[24, 67. England, 577.

Mann, Horace, Memoir and Educational Viewe, Scotland, 641.

Manners and Morals in School, 28, 198, 226, 571. Lazarists, Fathers of the Mission, 440.

Manding, Cardinal, cited, 589. Leach, Univer-ity of Dublin, 738.

Manping, Miss, Paper on Kindergarten, 621. Learniog and Teaching, 478, 498.

Mansel, Laws of Thought, 482. Leather Strap for Punishment, 326.

Manual Labor in Schools, 67. Lectures, Popular, 65, 245.

Maps in Geography, 35, 57, 485, 510. Lectures, Teaching by, 28, 460.

Geography and History, 485, 510. Le Gras, and Sisters of Charity, 452.

First One in United States, 195. Leipsic University, 66.

Marbeau, Cradle Schools, 650, Leslie, Tribute to Bewick, 736.

Marcella, Saint, Earliest Nun, 691. Lessons, Preparation of, 92, 508, 544.

Marcellina, 691. Mutual Hearing, 508.

Marcel, Value of Reiteration, 529. Letchworth, W. P., School-house Donated to Power of Audition in Language, 540. District, 304.

Convereation Method, 67. Liberty of Instruction, 66, 458.

Marsh, John, College Life in 1800, 288. Library in every School, Educational, vii., 528. Marseilles and French Galley Slavery, 435. Liege, Schools and University, 66.

Maryland, Educational Instiiutions, 67, 202. Daughters of the Cross, 721.

Marillac, Louis Le Gras, 452. Limitations of Hours of Labor, 412.

Massachusetts, Educational Institutions, 31, 67. Limitations to Development, 490.

Schools as they were about 1800, 201, 209. Moral Training, 514. Teacher's Power, 490. Masson, David, Educational Views, 24. Religious Instruction, 143.

Mastery System, Quick on, 539.
Little children, Treatment of, 66.

Mathematics, Methods in, 68.
Liverpool, Catholic Industrial school, 682. Mather, Cotton, 68.
Living, Ability to get a, 488.

Maynooth College, 764.
Local Organization, and Managers, 586, 589, 630. May, Samuel J., 24, 68.
Location of Scbool Buildings, 295, 800.

Mayhew, Ira, Memoir and Portrait, 68. Lofft, Capel, at Eaton, 340.

Mechanic Arts, Instruction in, 350. Loftus, Adam, and Trinity College, 740.

Mechanics, Subject ard Method, 68.
Locke, Jobn, Education, 23.

Melancthon, cited, 188.
London, Schools and University, 66, 609, 613. Membership of School Boards, 587.
London University, 458.

Melbourne, Lord, and National Education, 563. Defoe's Project, 421.

Memory, 28; when freshest, 68. London School Board, Operations, 587.

Verbal or Local, 509. Organization, Exploiting the Field, 609. Aided by Analysis, 509. Sites, Buildiogs, Attendance, 610. [617. Mendicancy. Vincent de Paul's Met'd with, 445. Absenteeism, Compulsion, Industrial Schools, Mercantile Marine, Training Boys sor, 617. Training Saips, Pauper Children, Emnigra- Mercy, Sisters of, 442 tion, 619.

Methods of Study, Various Authors, 28, 68. Fees and Free Schools, Iofants, Exceptional Mettray, Agricultural Reform School, 34, 68. Pupils, 621.

Michigan, Educational Institutions, 68. Religious Exercises, Curriculum, 623.

Middle Cla-s School Examinations, 555. Plan proposed by Defoe in 1723, 423.

Mill, J. S, Educational Views, 68. London School Board for 1875, 609.

Military Academy, Defoe's Plan, 427. Organization-Buildings-Attendance, 610. Military Schools and Education. 28, 68, 308. Absentism-Compulsion, 614.

Milton, John, Education and Views, 24.
Industrial Schools-Training Ships, 616. Miod and Body, 68, 466.
Free Schools-Fees-Curriculum. 621.

Mind, Science of, 483.
Deaf-Mutes-Blind-Religion, 623.

Laws and Methods of Edncating, 485.
London Times on Elementary Teaching, 634. Relative Value of Methods, 486.
Longbow and Musket, 428.

Minnesota, Educational Institutions, 68.
Lorraine, Sufferings in Thirty Years' War, 448. Minimum of School Learning, 570, 596.
Loughera, Catholic Industrial School, 687 Minims, Order of, 263.
Louis XIII. App'ts Vincent Royal Almoner, 434. Minor Friars and Clerk's Regular, 263.
Louis XIV. Endows Charities, 439.

Minoresses, or Poor Clares, 694.
Louisiana, Edacational Institutions. 32, 67. Mississippi. Education al Institutions, 68.
Lowe, Robert, 67; Revised Code, 595.

Missouri, Educational Institutes, 68.
Loyola, Ignatius, and Society of Jesus, 67. Mixed Schools, as to Sects, 69.
Lacas, Margaret, Duchess of Newcastle, 397, 398. Mixed Schools, as to Sexes, 69.
Lucy, Lady Alice, 360, 396.

Modern Education, 69.
Luther Martin. Memoir and Views, 23, 67. Modern Languages, Room for, 480.
Lyceum, European, 67.

Monaghaw, Catholic Reformatory School, 681. Lyceum, American, 67.

Catholic Industrial School, 687. Lycurgus, Educational Views, 67.

Monasticism, and Monasteries, 69, 257. Lyon, Mary, Educational work, 67.

Influence on Modern Civilization, 55, 273.

Monastic Orders and Rules, 257, 692. M. A., Magister Artium, 67.

Monastic Buildings and Offices, 270, 274. Dublin, 758.

Money Motive, 526.
MACAULAY, THOMAS RABINGTON, 67.

Monitorial System in Public Schools, 69.
Female Education in the 16th Century, 401. Montaigne, cited, 547.
Maclnre, William, 67, 249.

Montaigne, Educational Views, 24, 69.
Magistrate in Eoglish Law, 668.

Monthyon Prize, 651. Maine, Educational Institutions, 67.

Moral Education, 28, 69, 499. Mallet, Madame, Children's Asylums, 658. Moral Sciences, 461. Managers of Schools, 589.

Value in Examinations, 461, 534. Manchester Elementary Schools, 624.

Moral Training, 518, 523.

Morning, or Opening Exercises, 623.

Non-comformists' Academy, 462. Morrison, Thomas, School Management, 24. Non-conformists and Pubiic Schools, 563. [259. Morre, Geography, 195, 240.

Norbert, St., Founder of Premonsiratens ans, Morton, Lady, 372.

Normal, as Applied to School-, 71. Mother, General, Superior, 455, 697.

Normal Schoois Cl_ssified, 30, 71, Mother Torgue. Value and Methods with, 28. Normal School, in England, 527. Motives to Study, 28.

Normal or Training Colleges, Great Britain, 30, Promotion and Prizes, 29.

71. 598, 628. Motiv s of the Teacher's Work, 80, 525.

Scotland in 1875, 78, 648. MULCASTER, RICHARD, 69.

North Caro ina, Schools and Education, 71, 24. Müller, Max, Memoir, 24, 555.

Northend, C., Memoir aud Portrait, 71 Oxford Local School Examination, 555. Northrop, B.G., Memoir and View“, 71. Basedow-Influence on Schools, 557.

Norway, Schools and Education, 71. National Education in England, 558.

Novitiate, for a Religious Order, 697. Middle Cla-s School Examinatin, 555.

Act of Profession, 701. Munich, Schools and University, 69.

Divestment of Property, 703. Murphy, J. N., Terra Incognita, copied, 69. Number, Early Lessons in, 29. Ancient Religious Orders, 256.

(433. Nan, in Catholic Church, 689. St. Vincent de Paul, and Sisters of Charity, Nuns, Orders and Congregation, 71, 693. Sisterhoods, Ancient and Modern, 689.

Benedictine, 693. Reformatory Institu'ions, Great Britain, 659. Augustinian, 693.

Honora Nagle and Presentation Nuns, 705. Franciscan, or Minoresses, 694. Music in Schools, 28, 69.

Urbanist: 695. Music, Value of, 69.

Dominican, 695.
Academy proposed by Defoe, 422.

Carmelite, 696.
Mutual Examination and Recitations, 28. Ceremonies of Reception, 697.

Cloistered, Congregation, 715.
Nagle, Honora, Memoir, 707.

Presentation, 713. Presentation Nuns, 713.

Daughters of the Cross, 721. Convent and School at Cork, 710.

Sisters of St. Louis, 681, 687. Refuge of Fallen Women, 714.

Sisters of Mercy, 679, 687.
Naples University, 69.

Sisters of Charity, 618.
National Government and Education, 31, 70. Sisters of Notre Dame, 682, 684.
National Cen-08, Education and Illiteracy, 69. Sisters of St. Francis, 683.
National Pedagogy, Barnard's Library of, 69. Nuns of the Good Shepherd, 678.
Nat'l Systems, E (mentary and Sec'dary, 31, 69. Ursuline, Convent and School, 710, 712.
Superior, 83, 69, 81.

Rules and Constitution, Vows, Schouls, 716. Spicial, 33, 69. 1. Sciei ce and Industrial, 33, 78.

Obedience, 71, 361. 2. Military and Naval, 34, 68.

Oberlin, College and Town, 71. 3. Teaching, 30, 71.

Oberlin, the Practical Educator, 71. 4. Prevention and Reformatory, 34, 69, 76. Object Lessons for Beginners, 218, 505. 5. Exceptional Classes, 84, 56, 69.

Object-Teaching, 28. 6. Females, 35.

Observation, Culture of, 474. Natural Curiosity, 505.

Observatins, 261. Natural and Formal Education, 468.

Observatories, 71. Natural History, 534.

Trinity College, Dublin, 754.
Natural Philosophy, study of, 851.

Observer and Experimenter, 478, 493.
Natural Science in Grammar Schools, 70. Obstinate Idleness, Punishment, 519.
Natural Scenery and Phenomena, 28, 228, 375. Occupations. Education for,
Nature's System of Education, 466.

Odo, St., Order of Cluniacs 257.
Growth of Body and Mind, 466.

Officers, School and Official Reports, 71. National Education, English, 557, 561, 599. Ohio, Schools and Education, 71. National Vices, 521.

Old and New in Schools, 71. Teacher's relatione to, 522.

Old-fashioned Christian Home, 387. Naval Schools and Education, 33, 70.

Oliver, Henry K., Memoir, 224. Nebraska, Schools and Education, 70.

Reminiscences, A B C and Dame School, 209. Necessary Knowledge, not always earliest, 489 General State of Boston Schools, 1805, 211. Necessary Things, easy to obtain, 489

Grammar School, Master Pemberton, 213. Needle-work in Schools, 35, 70.

Condition and Prospect at Age of Ten, 215. Negro and African Special Schools, 70.

Phillips' Academy, Boston Latin School, 217. Legal and Edurational Status, 70.

Retrospect of School Training, 221. Neighborhool, Education by, 229, 728.

Day-dreams of a School-master, 223.
Nervons Exhaustion, Silliman's Treatm't, 252. Olmsted, Denison, Memoir and Views, 71.
Nevada, Schools and Education, 70.

Optatus, St., 691.
New England, Early Schools and System, 70. Option in Studies, 72, 458, 5:3.

Reminiscences, Oliver, Silliman, 209, 226. Oral Teaching, Value and methods, 28.
New England Primer, Illustrated Alphabet, 74. Oratory, Congregation of, Neri, 263.
New Haven, School and College, 70.

Orders and Congregations, 263, 715.
New Hampshire, Schools and Education, 70. Organized Knowledge, 471.
New Jersey, Scbools and Education, 70. Original Research, 72.
New Testament in School, 70, 195.

Orphaps, Asylums for, 72, 726.
New York, Schools and Education, 70.

Catholic Houses, 726. Nicol's Organ, 333.

Oswego Training School, 3), 72. Niebuhr, cited, 511, 559.

Outer World, Inner World, 493.
Nightingale, Florence, existing home life, 379. Over-Government, 72.
Noblemen's Sons, at Hofwyl, 365.

Owen, Robert, Memoir, 408.
Nolasco, St. Peter, Redemption of Captives,412. Factory Population, 407.
Noltericus, Religious Tutor of Fred ck II., 314. Industry, Diversions, Military Drill, 414
Non-attendance at School, 71, 592.

Infant schools, School Reform, 410.

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