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II. MR. GLADSTONE'S PLAN OF REORGANIZATION AND EXTENSION, 761

VIII. THE GERMAN UNIVERSITIES. CONTINUED,

769-800

1. STUDENT LIFE AT JENA-ENGLISH AUTHORITIES,

769

INDEX TO VOLUME ONE-International Series,

801-816

Index to Volume One.

[The References from 17 to 184 are to the Classified and General Indexes included in

this Volume.)

Abbey, in Monastic Life, 265, 269.

Glastonbury, Past and Prevent, 275.
A B C Books and Teaching, 27, 209, 351.
Absenteeism, School, 49, 611, 614.

London School Board, 614.

Parental Responsibility for, 646.
Academies, American, 49, 200.
Academies in England and France, 421.

Dissenters, 417. Female, 429.
Defoe's Projects, 426. Military, 428.

English Lang'ge, 4:27. Music, 422.
Academy, Detined, by Defoe, 422.
Acland, Sir

T.,Oxford Local Examinations,555.
Acland, H. W., Science Teaching, 480.
Activity of Children, 210.
Active Temperament in Teacher, 498.
Act of Profession, as Nan, 701.
Adams, John, in American Education, 49.
Adams, John Quincy, 19, 49.
Adult Schools, 49.
Advice as to Studies and Conduct, 27, 49, 545.
Defoe, 430.

Fanshawe, 399.
Æsthetics in Education, 49.
Age, for School Attendance, 49, 626.
Industrial Schools, 669.
Reformatory Schools, 669.

Limitations of Children's Labor, 412.
Agnes, Saint, 694.
Agriculture, Schools for, 49.
Agriculture, for Reformatories, 49, 664.
Aiguillon, Duchess, aid

to Vincent de Paul, 439.
Alabama, Schools and Education, 50.
Albert, Patriarch of Jerusalem, 260.
Alcott, William A., Memoir, 19, 50.
Allred the Great, 50.
Algebra, the Cossic Art, 50.
Alms-giving and Public Help, 395.
Alphabet, Methods of Teaching, 27, 50.

New England Schools, 209,
Althorp, Lord, and Popular Education, 561.
American Journal of Science, 50, 248.
American Journal of Education, 17, 49.
American Public Schools, 50.
American Schools, 50, 197, 512.

Rigg, and Fraser, 576, 624.
Analysis, to aid memory, 509.
Anatomy, 50; Professorship in Dublin, 754.
Ancient Languages and Literature, 50.
Ancient Religious Orders, 257.
Angela, Saint, of Merici, 712.
Andover, Phillip's Academy, 50, 212.
Angling, 730.
Animals, Kind Treatment, 521, 780.
Anthony, Saint, Founder of Cenobitic Life, 689.
Apathy, Public, 605.
Aphorisms on Education, 27, 50.
Apprenticeship, 722.
Appropriation of Ideas, 537.
Arab Class of City Boys, 616.
Arboriculture, 50, 763.
Archery, Universal Practice, 428.
Architecture for Schools, 37, 51, 293, 584.

Plans for Rural Districte, 297.
Aristocracy in Public Schools, 365.
Arithmetic, 51.

Educative Power, 496.
Arkansas Schools and Education, 51.

Arnold, Dr., 51, 346.
Armenian Club at Jena, 782.
Art of Education, 468.
Art. Training for, 51, 727.
Artificial value to Studies, 529.
Arundel, Countess, Medical Skill, 396.
Ascham, Roger, cited, 547.

The School-master, 19.
Ashburton, Lord, Progressive Studies, 478.
Assembly's Catechism, 227.
Assisiam, 261, 691.
Asylums for Infants, 649. 653.
Associations, Educational, 35, 51.
Athanasius, Saint, 689.
Athens, Populace and University Life, 51.
Athletic Games, and Exercises 367.
Athletic Sports, 51; Hotwyl, 367.
Atkinson, Academy in 1805. 200.
Attendance at School, 51, 646.

Voluntary and Compulsory, 611, 626.

Parental Duty, 646,
Attention, Power, and Habits, 525.

How developed, 51, 484, 504.
Audition, Power of. 540.
augmentation of Salary, 570.
Augustine, and Augustinian Order, 257, 692,
Augustinian Nuns, 693.
Austen, Jave, ciled, 554.
Austin Friars, 262.
Austria, Schools and Education, 51.
Authority in the Teacher, 51.

Impaired by exce-sive use, 502.
Autobiographical Sketches-School Life, 51, 77.
Bewick, 727.

Hutchinson, Mrs., 391.
Coleridge, 344. Lamb, 344.
Cowper, 342.

Lofft, 310.
DeQuincy, 337. Oliver, 209.
Eldon, 351. [399. Owen, 359.
Harrison Fanshawe, Silliman, 225.
Hughes, 346.

Webster, Noah, 195.
Hunt, 345.
Awe and Reverence, 51.
Bacon, Francis, Education and Stadies, 51.
Bacon, Lady, Mother of Francis, 401.
Bacon, Leonard, 51, 240.
Bacon, Lord, 51; Art defined, 469.

Motiv s for Study, 541.
Baden, Schools and Education, 51.
Baldwin, R., Trinity College, Dublin, 751.
Ballinasloe, St. Jo:eph's Reformatory, 679.
Barnabites, Order of, 263.
BARNARD, HENRY, LIST OF PUBLICATIONS, 801.
American Journal of Education-Classified

Index to Vols. 1-16, 17. General Index,

49, 85.
Barnard, F. A. P., Memoir and Views of, 52.
Bartley, School Census and Ignorance, 613.
Baschi, Founder of Capuching, 261.
Basedow, Educational Work, 52.

Influence on German Schools, 557.
Basil, St., Role of Cenobites, 690.
Battesea, Training School, 52, 564.
Bavaria, 52.
Bedell, W., Dablin University, 746.
Beer Drinking in German University Life, 788.
Belgium, Schools and Education, 52.

(803)

Bell, Andrew. Life and System, 20, 52.

Cadets, and Cadet Corps, 54. Benedict, Saint, 52.

Calderwood, Henry, 497. Rule of Monastic Life, 692.

Teaching, its Ends and Means, 497. Benedictine Abbey, 271, 274.

Requisites for Success, 500. Benedictine Nuns, 693.

Faculty of Discipline, 500. Benedictine Order, 257.

Power of Communicating, 504. Benefactors of Education, 37.

Natural Curiosity, 505. Beneke, 52; cited on Reading, 496.

Sympathetic Relations with Papil, 511. Benizi and the Servite , 262.

Formation of Character, 513. Berkeley, Bishop of Cloyne, 753.

Limits to Teacher's Power, 514. Westward, the Star of Empire. 753.

Individualization, Self-control, 517.

[519. Berlin, Schools and University, 53.

Repression of the Wilful and Stubborn, Bernadines, 258.

National Vices to he Guarded against, 521. Berulle, Cardinal de, 262.

Instruction, Training, Salaries, 525. Bewick, Thomas, Art Culture-Engraving, 727. California, Schools and Education, 54.

Autobiography-School and Home, 728. Calmaldoli, Order of, 257.
Early Wood Engraving in England, 731. Cambridge University, 54, 533.
Bible, Schouse, 52.

Camp, David S., Educational Work, 54.
Bicknor, A, aud University of Dublin, 738. Canons, Regular, 259.
B furcation, 52.

Captives in Africa, Christian, 441.
Biographies of Teachers, 38, 52.

Capitation Grante, 569.
Birch, Instrument of School Punishment,52,331. Caraffa, John Peter, 263.
Behop, Nathan, Memoir and Views, 20, 52. Carelessness in Written Exercises, 584.
Bishops in Catholic Church, 697.

Carlyle, Thomas. 54; Cited, 218.
Epi:copal Seminaries, 292.

Education of Frederick II., 305.
Bishop of Manchester-Frazer, 60, 618, 624. Carpenter, Mary, 20, 615, 677.
Black-board, Early use of, 52.

Carmalite Nune, 696.
Value of, 505, 509, 510.

Carmalite Order, 260.
Blackie, Ancient and Modern Poetry, 478. Carthusian, Order of, 258.
Bliud, Schools for, 52.

Castalion's Dialognes, 582.
Blue-van, in German School Discipline, 327. Catechisms, 54, 227.
Boltz, lutroduction to German, 5:37.

Catholic Church, and Schools, 54.
Book of Nature, for Science-teaching, 474. Reformatory Schools, 676.
Books and Discourse in Popular Education, 53. Industrial Schools, 685.
Books, in Science-teaching. 473.

Orphanager, 683.
Books on Education and School, 11, 36, 53. Cathedral Schools, 64, 291.
Book-wirk in a Foreign Language, 541. Catholics, Iish Dirabilities, 705.
Boole, Abridged Notition, 531.

Cazalana, T. J., and the Schola Pia, 263.
Borromeo, Charles, 292.

Celestines, Order of, 258.
Seminaries and schools in Milan, 292.

Cenobitic and Erematical Lile, 257.
Borrowing Money, Power of School Boards, 594. Census, National, 54.
Indebtedness in 1875, 605.

Centraliza ion of School Authorities, 54.
Boston Schools. 53. 209, 624.

Certificated Teacher-, 497, 599. Botanical and Foot | xcursions, 59, 367.

Character, Formation of, 492, 513. Botany and Botanic Gardens, 27, 53.

Pupils' own Work, 514. Growth, 516. Dublin University, 750, 754.

Teacher can aid, 514. Bounties on Certain Studies. 457.

Charges, Tuition in Free Schools. 81. Bourne, Vinny, Cowper's Notice, 343.

Charity, Examples of, 395, 396, 433. Boxing in Public Schools, 339.

Charity, Sisters of, and St. Vincent, 440. Boyle, Earl of Cork, 392.

Charity, University of Dublin, 741. Boye, Society of, how governed, 360.

Charles II., and University of Dublin, 749.
Vote on Standing and Promotions, 362. Charter House, or Chartreuse, 258.
Bréil, on School preparation of Lessons, 544. Cheaver, Ezeki 1, 54.
Brewster, John. Memoir of Moises, 352. Chemis:ry, 54; in Yale College, 231.
Brin-ly, John, 53.

Chesterfield. Lord, 54, 706.
British and Foreign School Society, 53. Chicago, Public Schools, 51.
British Birds, Bewick's Illustrations, 735. Child Emigration, Advantages of, 618.
British Isles, Schools and Education, 53. Children, Discipline, 343.
Brooke, Charles, 20, 53.

Education, 313.

Curiosity, 199 Brougham, Henry, 20, 53.

Children's Hours of Labor, 412, 601. Browne, Sir Ricbard, 369.

Choir Sisters, 721 Brunswick, Pubiic Instruction, 53.

Christ Hospital School. Flogging, 332. Bruno, St., aud Carthusians, 258.

Christ Church Hospital, 341. Buchanan, J., a' d Early Infant Schools, 411. Christian Brothers, a Teaching Order, 54. Building, London School Boards Plan, 610. Christian Education, 54.

Special Provision for Infants, 611. [638. Christian Captives and St. Vincent, 441. Buildings for English Elementary Schools, 604, Christian Schools and Scholars, 289. American Rural School, 297.

Church of England Schools, 599.
Burgher Schools, 27, 53.

Number, Attendance, Teachers, 600.
Burke, Edmund, in Trinity College, 705, 753. Training Colleges, 601.
Method of Study. 20.

Pecuniary Outlay, 602.
Burleigh, Lord, 53, 741.

Salaries of Teachers, 602. Burschenschaften, 53. 767, 779.

Grant per Scholar, 606. Busby, 295: Severity in Punishment, 329. Church of Scotland anu Parochial Schools, 644. Bushnell, Horace, Views. 53.

Cicero, cited, 55. Business, Education for, 53.

Cistercians, Order of, 258.

Citizen-hip, Education for, 489. Cabinets of Natural History, 54.

Cities as Seats of Learning, 55. Gibbs, in Yale College, 218.

Civilization, Kinds and Progress of, 55. Cajetan, St., Order of Theatins, 263.

Civil Service, Educational Test for, 55.

Class, Separation to be Avoided, 608.

Deduction and Induction, 465. Classical Studies, Views respecting, 55. Defiant and Vicious Papils, 519. Hodgson, 478.

Todhunter, 532. DEFOE, DANIEL, 417-432. Classification in Public Schools, 65.

Review in 1704, 419. Clare, Founder of the PoortClares, 694.

Plan of University for London, 421. Clergy, Duty to Schools, 55. 315.

Academy of Music, 422. Clerks, Regular, living by Rule, 263.

Popular Sunday Concerts, 423. Cloistered Nuns, 715.

Scholar and Pedant, 424. Clonekitty, Catholic Industrial School, 684. Essay on Projecte, 426. Cluni, Order of, 257.

Improvement of English Language, 427. Cochin, M., and Iufant Asylums, 654.

Extirpation of Swearing, 427. C. education of the Sexes, 55.

Academy for Women,

429. Coleridge, S. T., School Reminiscences, 344. Military Studies and Exercises, 428. [430. Colleges, Origin ol, 290.

Rules of Conduct-the Dumb Philosopher, American, 55, 238.

Degrees, Academic, 56, 741, 75%. Comenius, Orbis Pictns, 55.

Delaware, 54; Schools in 1805, 203. Commencement and Forms, 55, 758.

Delbruck, Cradle Schools, 652.
Comment, German Students' Code, 777.

DeMetz and Mettray, 57.
Commerce, Early School in Lisboni, 3:22. Denominational Inspection, 573, 600.
Committee of Council on Education, 561. Denominational Schools, 57, 565, 598.
Companionship, 515.

Government Aid and Cooperation, 566, 598. Competitive Exumination, 55, 536.

Denominations, Religious, 563. Compoeition, Exercises in, 55.

Departments in Euglish School System, 601. Compulsory Attendance, 55. 592.

DeQuincy, School Reminiscences, 337. Differing Opinions, 611, 646.

Development, Education for, 490). Conduct, Advice respecting, 58, 530.

Limitations of Time and Means, 491. Confession, or Formula of Faith, 644.

Devotional Exercises, 57, 524.
Conflict of Studies, in reference to,

Dictation, in Foreign Languages, 543.
Discipline, 529. Life-purposes, 529. Diderot, cited, 543.
Examination Tests, 530.

Difficulties of Scholars, 511.
Congregations and Religions Orders, 715. Diligence in Study and Work, 79.
Conscience, Clause in English Act, 579.

Dilworth's Spelling Book, 195. Scotland, Law of 1872, 647.

[401. Discipline, Scholastic, 57. Cooke, Sir Anthony, Education of Daughiers, Instruments or Means-Eye, 501. COOPER, W.M., The Rod, 3:26.

Voice, 502.

Occupation, 12. Cordelierg, or Observatins, 261.

Monitors, 57, 69. Punishment, 12, 502. Cork, Ursuline Convent aud School, 435, 711. Disraeli, Government and Schools, 579. Cornell, Ezra, and Cornell University, 56. Dietrict of Columbia, 57. Corporal Punishment, History, 325.

District School, School-houses for, 294. Corps, Burschen, at Jina, 787.

Divestment of Property, Religious, T03. Country Life and Rural Scenery, 56, 226, 733. Dixon, S., the Birmingham League, 579. Cowper, William, 65; at School, 342.

Dogmatic Knowledge, 472. Cradle Schools in Paris, 650.

Domestic Economy, 67. Cramming, Essence of, 56, 480, 540.

Domestic or Home Education, 226, 355, 390, 397. Crêches, or Day Nurseries, 621.

Domestic Life, English, in 16th Century, 369. Crime and Ignorance, 56, 676.

Evelyn Family, 369. Crime, and Prevention, Cost of, 676.

Mre. Walker, 385.
Criminal Class, 677.

Mrs. Hutchinson, 391.
Cromwell, Oliver, University of Dublin, 747. Lady Fanshawe, 399.
Cross-Bearers, or Assistants of the Sick, 263. Countess of Warwick, 392.
Cross, Daughters of the, 721.

Duchess of Newcastle, 397.
Cruelty to Animals, 730.

Dominic, St., and Dominican Order, 57, 262. Cruikshank's Organ, 334.

Introduction into England, 262. Cumulative Vote, 588,

Dominicans and University of Dublin, 737. Curiosity of Children, 56.

Dominican Nuns, 695. Cypher and cast Accounts, 195.

Convents in Great Britain, 695.

Crêche, and Industrial School, 695. Daily Routine 56, 512.

DONALDSON, JAMES, 451-496. Dalzell, Graeca Minora, 218.

Science of Education, 481. Dame de la Charite, 440.

Public Primary School, 488. Dame Schools, 208, 56.

Limitations of the School, 490. Damianiste, or Mitigated Clares, 695.

Requisites in a Revised Code, 496. Dana, James Dwight, 255.

Lowe's Revised Code, 595. Tribute to Prof. Silliman, 255.

Dorchester, Early Grammar School, 57. Danghters of the Cross, 721.

Double Translations, Archam's plan, 537. Educational Establishments, 272, 725.

Drawing, Kinds and Methods, 57. Prisons and Refuges, 721.

Dresden, School System, 57. Workhouse Schoole, 723.

Drogheda, Catholic Industrial School, 684. Orphanages, 723, 725.

Drunkennese a National Vice, 522. Night Schools, 723.

Dublin, Schools and Museums, 57. Home for Aged, 726.

Dublin University, 737. Hospitals for the Sick, 724, 726.

1. Historical Development, 737, 761. Dawes, Dean Richard, 351, 479.

Projects in 1311, 1318. 1358, 1465, and 1496, 738. Day Dreams of a School-master, 219, 223.

Charter of Trinity College, 741. Day Schools and Boarding Schools, 56.

First Commencement in 1616, 742. Dead Languages, 69.

Irish Students Abroad, under Elizabeth, 744. Deaf and Dumb Pupils in Public Schools, 623. James I., Charles J., Cromwell,Charles II .746. Under Dominican Nuns, 695.

Trinity Hall, Kings College, James II., 748. Death, Defoe's Maxim, 383, 432.

Botanic Garden, Lending Library, 750. Debating Club in Trinity College, 753.

New Chairs, 750.

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