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PAGE. VIII.RESULTS OF COMPETITIVE EXAMINATION SCRUTINIZED...

1126-1164 SEELEY—The Tripos in University Education..... Unfavorable to the Teacher-College Tutorial System

1126 Not favorable to Education Studies not selected for Intrinsic value.

1127 Lines of Study selected because of high marks attached

1128 Unbappy Influence on Students' mind.........

1129 Modifications in College System demanded..... Fellowships open to Universtty Competition

1131 University Instruction Open, Ample, Free

1131 True Idea of University Education—Teaching and Training ........................ 1132 Reading continued beyond College and University success.........

............ 1133 WHEWELL--Special Preparation under Stimulus Examinations may be too frequent.........

1134 l'art-Professorial Teaching ignored by Examiners Cram.

1134 Cram-Coaches-Grinders....... BACON-Order of Motives for Learning

1134 TODHUNTER-Conflict of Studies—Value in Examinations Evils..................... 1135 Artificial Value attached to certain Studies........

1135 Special Advantages of Mathematics Disadvantages...

1137 Experimental Philosophy-Functions of a University

1140 Jevons-Cram or Special Preparation.......

1143 Good Cram not Objectionable-Results in Civil Service ......

1144 DONALDSON_Classical Studies in Competitive Examinations....

1149 English and German Scholarship Compared......

1151 MACAULAY-Success in Examinations favorable indications Examples of Senior Wranglers in Public Life..

........... 1160 ARNOLD-Institution of Wrangleships--Successful Candidates........

1160 Smith's Prizes-Challenging the Bracket-Publicity... IX. DAILY COLLEGE DUTIES AND ACADEMIC LIFE....

1164-1172 Requirements from a College of its Members......

1164 Chapels-Lectures or Class Readings-Appearance at Dinner...

1164 Manners and Discipline-Ancient Ordinance..... Voluntary Occupations-Privute Reading-Sports-Clubs.. Daily College Life-a Sketch in Verse

1179 Record of a Non-Reading Man-Smith of Maudlin .....

1179 College DisciplineSunday Life of an Undergraduate

1165 Great St. Mary's Church-University Sermon-Bidding Prayer....

1166 Athletic Sports-Cricket-Rowing-Bont-racing....

1167 ( A Reading Man's Day-Fellow Commoners of Trinity

1017 Vacations Long Vacation-Reading Parties

1111 A Day with a Pensioner of Trinity-Everett.......

1019 Dinner at Trinity Hall-Pensioner-Hall

1019 General Appearance of Hall and Members Gowns-Caps

1019 Separate tables for Class and Rank-Audit Ale--Markers

1020 Ladies in the Gallery-Oak Screen and College Bulletin....

1020 Order for Breakfast-Stroll-Old Court-Trinity Street Union Society-New Court-Chambers-Chapels .

1022 Private Reading-Late Hours-Gating-Proctorizing

1022 Morning Hours-Chapel-Breakfast—Guests-Hazing Freshmen Exploded..

1023 UNIVERSITIES OF OXFORD AND CAMBRIDGE. I. ENGLISH UNIVERSITY EDUCATION AND STUDENT LIFE

1173-1200 Differences in Oxford and Cambridge Studies and Student Life

................. 1171 Choice of College, Rooms, Equipment, and Career ......

1173 Amusements-Athletic and Literary--Constitutional Walk

1175 II. TUTORIAL SYSTEM-REGULAR COLLEGE-PRIVATE..

1187 IV. UNIVERSITY REFORM AND EXTENSION.......

1185-1200 Parliamentary Action—1854–1858–1877

1193 Reform from Within-Plan of Oxford Hebdomadal Council in 1876.

1199 V. PROPERTY, INCOME, AND EXPENDITURES

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3. UNIVERSITY AT DURHAM.

PAGE. INTRODUCTION.......

1201-1204 Historical Development....

1201 Colleges in Affiliation with the University...

1202 Government-Departments Professorships

Scholarships 4. UNIVERSITY OF LONDON AND AFFILIATED COLLEGES. HISTORICAL DEVELOPMENT

1205-1232 Plan for Converting Schools and Colleges of London into a Voiversity in 1615......... 1205 Defoe's Plan of a London University in 1728....

1206 Renewed and Successful Agitation in 1825–1837—Campbell-Brougham

1915 English Academic Education in 1826--Plea for a New University by Macaulay... 1217 Defects and Objections-Lifted by Endowment above Public Opinion.....

1217 Studies too few and not of Right Kind......

1218 No encouragement to Science and Civil Polity

1218 Excessive value placed on Mathematics-Classical Studies.. Ancient and Modern Languages-Liberal Education--Optional Studies....

1222 Bounties should be more Judiciously Distributed.....

1224 True value of University Residence-London University..

1225 ORGANIZATION OF LONDON UNIVERSITY AND UNIVERSITY COLLEGE.

1226 University Charters of Queen Victoria in 1837–1865.

1226 Colleges in Affiliation with the University.

1227 System of Examinations and Degrees...

1297 Organization in 1877—Chancellor--Senate-Examiners...

1227 Times for holding Examinations-Fees--Scholarship-Prizes....

1228 UNIVERSITY COLLEGE-Professors-Expenses--Students...

1229 Kixos' COLLEGE, STRAND--Oficers and Professors School...

1230 Owen's COLLEGE, MANCHESTER-Historical Development.....

1231 5. ENGLISH EDUCATION IN ITS HIGHER ASPECTS. JOHN STUART MILL-Inauguration as Rector of St. Andrews University.

1233 Educution in its Larger and Narrower Sense--Function of a University.

1933 Scottish University and English University Compared.

1235 General School Education Scientific and Literary.

1236 Modern Languages, History, Geography

1236 Greek and Latin Languages and Literaturer...

1237 Limitations to Classical Studies-Versification....

1239 Value of Scientific Instruction in ascertainment of Truth...

1940 Mathematics--Experimental Sciences-Logic--Physiology–Psychology-History..., 1242 Civil and Political Economy-Jurisprudence--Law--Religion.....

1246 Æsthetics-- Poetic Culture-Discipline of Active Life-New Problems..............

1947 JAMES ANTHONY FROude-Inauguration as Rector in 1869..

1251 Aim in Ancient English and Scotch Education.......

1952 Object of Modern Schools--High and Low......

1954 Future Occupation to be regarded in all Schools......

1235 Thomas CARLYLE-Inauguration as Rector of Edinburgh University..

1260 Diligence-Honesty-Historical Sense-Wisdom.

1261 Less Speech and more Thinking-Modesty--Health...

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Index to Volume Two.

[ENTIRE SERIES-VOLUME XXVII]

A. B. Artium Baccalaureus-Bachelor of Arts, 893. | Amherst College, Fnculty in 1830, 306.
Abbot, Benjamin, Phillips Academy, Exeter, 283, Amusemnents of life, Jefferson, 550), 695.
Abbot, Jacob, Mi. Vertion Fernule Sem, Boston, 305. Anacharsis, use of wine by the young, 732.
Abbut Female Academy, Andover in 1830, 305. Analysis, und Analyticul Methud. 873.
Aberdeen University and Culleges, 675.

Aucient Civilization, over-valued, 875.
Honorable disinissal. 641.

Geography, no longer extant, 877. Abouki Indians, French Missions, 21.

History, liniteo use, 876. Aborigines, Etförts to Christianize, 17.

Studied to the Neglect of Modern, 448, 877. Spanish, French, English, American, 17-27. Ancient Greece. Public Instruction, 737-768. Absentia, Degree in Oxforil, 900.

Anderson, John, and Anderson University, 438. Academies in United States in 1830, 293.

Andover. Theological Semiuary, 309. Maine 231; New Hampshire 235; Vermont, 299. Phillips Academy, 305. Massichusetts 303; Connecticut 311; R l land 310. Anglers, Lodgers in the Angles of Hart Hall, 848. New York 317 ; New Jersey 32?; Pennsylvanin 324. Anglo-Saxon and Anglo-Normal Civilizntion, 372. Maryland 329 ; Virginia 331; N. Carolina 332. Annapolis, St. John's Co lege in 1830, 328.

S. Carolina 332; Georgia :33 1; Kent. 335; Ohiu 337. Early Paroch al Library, 239. Acade nic Costume, 951 : Degrees M92.

Apparatus for Schools ut Athens, 748.
Accomplishments, and Connon Sesse, 550, 735. Apprenticeship and Training Schools, 257.
Acquaviva, C.. Ratio Stuli rum, 175.

Aptitude for Special Study or Work, 345.
Act, The Public Exercises in a Degree, 917, 921. Arboretum and University Park, Oxford, 889.
Activity, Independent, 228.

Aristommcy, Social Infiuence, 372
Accumulation, Degrees by, at Oxforil, 905.

Arithmetic, Edurntive Power, 3; Methods of, 749. Allaini, Jasper, a vd Fuculty of Charlest. College. 333. AristophanesSchool Boys at Athens, 745. Ada'ns, Juhi, ad Phillip's Academy, Andover, 302. Aristitle, cited, 745. Adums, John, and Count Rumford, 308.

Nova Ars or Logic, 920. Adams, Franklin's Staff, 435.

Priorums, Prior Analytics, 958. Adams, J. Q. Melchior, office of Tencher, 393.

Antugonism of Ra nus und Bicon, 964, 840. Addison, J s'ph, O.lice of School-inaster, 391.

Army, Promotion in Englishı, 363. Admiral Vion Tro il;', nt Oxford. Vanguishes, 841. Selection, Sen o ity, Purchase, 367. Advice on Stulies and Conduct, 3, 383.

Exnminntion, Competitive, Qualifying, 367. Defje, Rules o i Conduct, 5.

Art Galleries, Oxford, 889. Edward's, Resolutions for a Holy Lise, 724.

Ashmolenn Museum, Trndescant and Ashmole, 889. Franklin, Plin of life, 410, 431.

Assessor, Prussian use, 644. Guston, Conditions of Success, 551.

Assimi ation, Intelectunl growth by. 212. Hillhouse, Litetuture, 369.

Morul and Religious growth, 213. Jefferson, Trave!, Boks, Law, 545.

Assistant Professors and Lecturers, 256. Lowe, Ancient and modern studies, 871.

German Plon, 254, 256. Mather, Coiton, Doing Good. 387.

Proposed for Oxford, 947. Raleigh. Advice to his son, 729.

Associute in Arts, Oxford Degree, 903. Wirt, Female Education, 735.

Astroguls or lluckle bone, Grecinn Guine, 744. Agriculture. Special Schoo's, 1, 478, 536.

Astronomy in Greek Schools, 750. Alabamn Educational Statuse in 183J, 3:31.

Athens, Georgia, State University in 1830, 334. A bernale Academy and Central Colinge, Va., 5-10. Athens, Greece, the college System, 759 Aloubet, Method of Tenching, 334, 749.

Quarrel between students and citizens, 223, Aib:iny. N Y.. Arndemny in 1830, 318.

Athens, Ohio, Stute University, 337. Plani of Union of Colonies, 415.

Allerton, Hope, Early Teacher at Dorchester, 110. Alcott, A. Brunson, Memoir, 925-236.

Attention, Power of fixing, 552. Alett House, James Pierpont Greuves, 230.

Athletic Sports in Greek Education, 753, Alcott, Wilian A, 2.26.

Auburn, N. Y., Theolozical Seminary 1830, 318 Alfonzo 6., the Wise, mamoir and code of, 157. Audit Ale and Audit Cup, 851.

Provisions respecting Schools and Universit.es, 160. Auditor in Prussinn Legal Practice, 644.
Wint and why a king should learn, 159.

Augusta, Maine, Academy in 1830, 293.
Alfred, the great, at Oxford, 8:12.

Augustinians in England. 820, 823, 126. Allison, Francis, Philndelphia Academy, 474.

Austins, Disputations in Augustinian Schools, 23. Allen, William, and Fnculty of Bowdvin, 294. Austria, Educntionnl Refuri, Maria Theresa, 51 ), 512 Almanac, Oberlin and Franklin's use of, Popular, 189. Kindermann in Bohemia, 509. All Sonls' College, Foundation, Endowment, 906. Von Swieten, Secondary Schco!s, 512. Ambition and Avarice, office and money, 375, 426 Autobiographical Sketch, Schools and Teachers, American, Academy of Arts and Sciences, 310, 529. Barnard, John, Boston in 1681, C8. Asylum for Denf And Dumb in 1830, 316.

Belknap, at Dover, N. 11,281. Independence, Declaration of, Jefferson, 524.

Coleman, Boston 1678, 71. Indians, Efforts to Civilize, 17.

Everett, Buston and Dorchester, 91, 115. Institute of Instruction, 310,

Channing, G. G., Newport 1800, 707. Journal of Education, 15.

Franklin, Boston and Philadelphia, 401. Liberty and Institutions, Peculiarities, 373,

Howland, Providence, 715. Union, Plea for in 1830, Gaston, 500.

Webster, 1)., Early Life, 282. Literature, in 1830, 369.

Whelock, Dartmouth, 277. Lyceum, Holbrook's Labors, 438.

Avocntion to be taught to every person, 388. Ames' Medulla, at Yale College, 450.

Ayliffe, John, Oxford, Riot in 1354, 825; Act, 921,

Bache, Mrs. Sarah Franklin, 411, 73.

Bonding round, Country Schoolmasters, 275. Bachelor of Arts, Bacalaureate, 892.

Boden Schularships, Sanscrit Literature. 890. Ceremonies nn i Exercises, 915, 921.

Bodleian Library, Sir Thomas Bodley, Oxford, 889. Bachelor of the Stool, 921.

Bohemia, Educational Reform, 510. Bachelor of Arts, Six solemn Lectures, 849.

Bologna University, Model for Glasgow, 675.
Bacon Acadeiny, Colchester, Conn., 311.

Bonaventura, Franciscan, 820.
Bacon, Roger, Slenoir, Treatises, Views, 297. Bonifacius, or Essays to do Goud, Mather, 38).
Bahrdt, Dr., and Rychow, 503.

Franklin's indebtedness to, 392.
Bajuns in Scotch Universities, 678.

Bonks and Libraries, value of, 3, 235. Ball and Bail.playinz, Old and New games,

743

Frank'in, 400 ; Hillhouse, 376; Webster, 233, 235. Balliol College, Foundation, Resources, 831, 835, 906. Boston News Letter. 407. Balliol Scho'nrs, a Reinembrance by Shairp, 805. Boston Public Schools in 18.30, 303. Ballimore, Maryland, Educational Status, 1230, 323. Latin Grammar School, 67, 89. Bumpton, Joh"), and Bumpton Lectures, 889.

Primary school in 1826, 93; 1830. 303. Bangor, Me.. Se'lonls and seminaries, 1831), 292, 294. 'Franklin's Legacy for Medals, 434. Theological Se'ninary, Professors, 204.

Bourgeois, Margaret, Congregation of Nôtre Dame, 23. Baptist Educational Institutioris in 1830, 293.

Buwdoin, J., and Bowdown College, 294. Barbers, College and University, 927.

Boys, Education of, in Ancient Greece, 737-754. Barnard, Henry, Elucitional Publicntions, 945. Boyle, Hoi. Robert, Legncy for Indians, 23. Ainerican Journal of Education, 15.

Boxing and cross-examination, 661. Papers Selecte i from. Price List, 919.

Brazenose College, Brasinium. 822, 906, 931, Barnard, John, of Marblehead, Autobiograpoy, 68. Brebeuf, Father John de, Catechism, N. School Life under Cheever, 03.

Brief, Royal, Authority to take up Collections, 486. Harvard College in 1697, 70.

Brinsley, J., Consolation for Grammar Schools, 44, 74. Beneractions, Help to Poor Students, 68.

Brooklyn, N. Y., Institutions in 1830. 318. Barnard, John, of Hudlev, Benefaction. 147.

Brown, Francis, and Dartmouth College, 298. Barnard, Thom is, Tencher in Salern. 562.

Brown, John Carter, Memoir, 937. Bartlett, Si, Gabriel's Mission in Mexico, 25.

Brown, Nicholas, and Brown University, 311. Basedow and Richw. 495

Brown University, 311, 706, 711. Batavin Republic, 6:, 733.

Brown, Samuel, benefaction to Saleto in 1724, 103. Bates, Joshun, au! Milebury College in 1830, 300. Brownell. George. Franklin's Teacher, 403. Baleils, Patella, Oxford Meals in Hall, 817, 921. Burdele-Coutt's Scholarships, Geology, 891. B.C. L., Bachelor of Civil and Canon Law, 898. Burgesses, Oxford members, 885. Beadle, University. 164,921.

Bursa, or Hall for Students in Germany, 804. Beardsley, Dr., Life of Pres. S. Johnso 1, 461.

Burr, Joseph, and Burr Seminary, Manchester, 299. Beilmuker, Oxford, 818.914.

Buller, B. F., Educational Development in N. Y., 321. Bees, Domestic economy drawn from. 755.

Butler, Henry, Early Teacher in Dorchester, 109. Beecher, Elwird, diiris College in 1831, 337. Busilidius, H., Collegium Trilingue at Louvain, 804. Beecher, Lyman, and loune Seminary, 3:31.

Butteries, and College Domestic Eronomy, 912, 925. Beer Colenni Custinus, German, 653.

Busy Body, Franklin's Papers in 1728. 411. Beer Dael, Blerjunge:1, 656

Byfield, Mass., Female School in 1830, 305. Bellast, Q.19e us Co lege, 78.5.

By-Services, Charities, and Liberalities. 850. Belknap, Dr., New Hampshire Schools, 21.

Bulaeus, Influence of College System, 815. Bell, Andrew, au Bell Chairs of Education. 630, 690. Cabell, Joseph C., University of Virginia, 539. Laurie's Inaugurni Discourse. 19.), 6-4, 600.

Cabinets of Natural History, 4, 252, 253. Meiklejohı at St. Andrews, 2:2).

Caldwell, Dr., Fuculty of Chapel Hill College, 332. Programms of Instruction for 1877, 699. 690. Cambridge University, Property, Income, 929. Bemooste Häupter, Mós-grown hea ls, 641.

Colleges. Income and Expenditures, 932. Benedictine Order, 4. 81. 8:27.

Campbel, Thomas, Rector of Glasgow l'oiversity, 636. Benefactio 1s, Educational, Generi Policy. 880. Canadian Lydinns, French Missions, A. Benefit of Clergy ameinble tu Eccles. Courts, 856. Canon Luw, Study nod Degrees, 646. Benevolence in Trifles, 7.35.

Capes, W. W., College System at Athens, 750. Bentley, Donition of Books, Meadville, 326.

Carlsruhe Polytechnical School, 251. Berkeley, George, Denn and Bishop, 4, 461.

Cardinal de Vitry, 802. Letters to Dr. Johnson of Stratford, 464.

Carthusians in England. 4, 826. Scholarsbip at Yale College, 464.

Carnahan, J., and Faculty of Nassau Hall, N. J., 323. Westward the Star of Empire, 480.

Card playing at English Universities, 693.
Berkeley, Governor of Virg nia. Free School, 55. Castaliu's Dialogues, 393, 399.
Berlin City, and University in 1863. 641.

Catechism, in New England use, 108, 153.
American Student at, 6il.

Marther, Richard, 108. English Report on Srientific side, 250.

Catechism, in Hart Hall or College, 849. French Estimate, 241.

Catholic Church and Education, 175, 121. Legni Faculty and Lectures in 1863, 642.

Missions and Schools for Am., Indians, 19, 23. Bermudas, Berkeley's College in the, 461.

Catholic Disabilities in Ireland, 793. Berwick, Maine, Academy in 1830, 201.

Catholic University of Ireland, 893-800. Bethlehem, Penn., Moravian School, 274.

Caution Money. Security for Fees and Bills, 850, 912. Beveridge, John. Philadelphia College, 1758, 480. Celibncv, Enforced on College Fellows. 844. Bible as a Text-book in Schools, BI.

Chair of Education, in Scotch Universities, 680, 690. Bible Clerk, at Oxford, 902.

Champlain, Religious Molire of first voyage, 9. Bible Class in Com'non School, 108.

Chainberdekys, and Martincts. 8J7. Bigelow, Jacob, Science and the Arts, 591.

Censor, of Unattached Students, Oxford, 708, 911. Billings, R., Early Teacher in Dorchester, 113, 115. Center College, Danville, Ky., in 1837, 335. Binney, Horace. Legality of Girard's Will, 601. Chancellor, University, Oxford, 885. Charity and Charitable Trusts, 601.

Chancellor Prizes, Oxford. Composition, 831. Biography and History, 9:21.

Chandler, Dr., Helper of American Colleges, 485. Birthday Fenst in Ancient Greece, 727.

Channing. George G., Reminiscences of Newport, 707. Birkbeck, and London Mechanic Institute, 438.

Schools, Tenchers, Books, 708. Bincks. Rights to Liberty and Light, 713,

Channing. W. E., Labor and Culture, 234. Blnir, Jhines, Memoir, 58.

Charlottesville, Va, University in 183, 332 Blooinington, Illinois, College in 1830, 337.

Charleston, S. c., School, and College in 1830, 332 Boarding Houses for University Students, 811.

Contribution to College in Phil., 439.

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Charlestown, Mass., Earliest Free School in 1645, 127. Columbian College, Dis. of C. in 1830, 329.
Harvard Grammar School-house, 359.

Columbian Orator, 709.
Charity, a Christian Virtue, 601.

Comitia, Majorn et Minora, 921.
Charity and Charitable Trusts, Legni, 604.

Commandments and Lord's Prayer, 707.
Charters, College and University, 133.

Commemoration Day at Oxford, 921.
Charsley's Private Hall, Oxford, 908.

Commencement Exercises, Oxford, 921.
Charity Schools, Early American, 396, 438, 469. Commencement at Harvard in 1642, 141.
Chauncey, Charles, President of Harvard College, 135. Commencing Master of Arts, Inceptor, 921.
Chauncey Hall School, Boston, in 1830, 305.

Commerce, History, to be taught, Franklin, 444.
Cheever, Ezekiel, Mustership of Boston Latin, 163, 301. Comenius, Proposition to bring to Harvard, 135.
Cheniistry, Early Professorships. 4, 807,

Commoner, in Hartford College, 850.
Prominence in German Universities, 249.

Common Sense, Rarity and Value, Wirt, 736.
Cheshire Episcopal Academy, Conn., 312.

Common Schools in U. 8., in 1830, 291-338.
Cheverus, John, Missionary and Cardinal, 211. Commons Living in College, 850.

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Christ Church College, Foundation, Resources, 906. Putting out, a penalty 850 ; Standing to Commous,
Chrysoloras, Greek Tenching, and Grainınar, 930. Competitive exa nination, Military Service, 369.
Church, Alonzo, and Faculty of Georgia Uni., 334. Cambridge and Oxford, 819.
Choice of Friends, 729; Studies, 729); Wife, 720. Comradeship, College, Salutary, 869.
Childhood, Penalty of Neglected, 393.

Concord, Mass., Alcott, Emerson, 235.
Christian Knowledge Society, Dr. Bray in 1697, 239. Concord, N. H., and Count Rumford, 501.
Christian Churity, Characteristics. 600, 7:22.

Conduct, Advice by men Eminent in Affairs, 1.
Christian Brothers, School in America 1737, 23.

Edwards, 721, 727. Jefferson, 574, 548.
Christian Sabbnth, under Girard's Will, Webster, 613. Franklin, 733.

Mather, 384.
Christ Church Bells, Tom of Oxforil, H21, 8:29.

Gaston, 551.

Raleigh, 729.
Christ Church College, Foundntion, Resources, 835,906. Hillhouse, 369.

Wirt, 735.
Church Going and Public Worship, 738.

Conferment of Degrees, Ceremony at Göttingen, 666.
Cicero, cited, 477, 875.

Congregation, House of, Oxford, 883.
Cincinnnti, Schools and Education in, 1830, 338. Congregution of the University of Oxford, 834.
Circuiting, Doing Austins, Collector, 923, 924. Congregationalists, Colleges, in 1830, 291, 314.
Cistercians at Oxford, 823.

Connecticut, Schools and Education in 1830, 311.
Cities, Peculiar dungers, 262.

Elementary, 3J1; Academies, 312; Colleges, 315.
Plans of School-houses for, 259.

Female Education and Schools before 1800, 273.
Citizenship, University, 241, 633.

Connington Prizes, Classics, Oxford. 891.
Civilization of American Indians, 17-32. (27. Constitution of the United States, 426, 490.

Spanish efforts, 17; French, 20; English, 24; Am., Constitutions respecting Instruction, Loyola, 165.
Civil Engineering, Courses for, 256.

Conservatory of Arts and Trades in Paris, 437.
Civil Law, in German Universities, 646.

Conversation, Instruction by, Alcott, 235.
English Universities, Oxford, 898.

Conversational Method, 490.
Civil Service, Basis of Appointments to, 440. Conversations with Children on the Gospel, 231.
Clap. Lucy, Tencher in Dorchester, 115.

Convocation, House of, Oxford, 883.
Clap, President of Yale College, 470.

Cooperative Study, younger with older students, 649.
Clare College, Property, Income and Expenditure, 932 Cooles, English Schoolmaster, 72, 101.
Clarke, Institution for Denf Mutes, Northampton, 6:21. Cooper, Myles, Columbia College, 458. (578.
Clarendon Press and Building, Oxford 8.

Cookery, Art of, Count Rumford, Inbors to improve,
Class and Pass Examinations, Oxford, 818, 89.5. Copeland, Patrick, First Free School in Virginia, 42.

Time, Candidates, Public Examinations, 895. Cork, Queens College, Faculty, 78).
Class List or Classmen, published in Calendar. 895. Corporate ferture of Universities, 241.
Classics, Greek and Latin Authors and Language, 1. Corpus Christi College, Resources, Expenses. 906, 931.
Supremacy in English Schools, 818.

Cosmetes, or Rector of College at Athens, 765.
Assisted by Laws, 871, 882.

Costume, Academic, Oxford, 901.
Clerc, Laurent, American Asylum, 316.

Cotton, John, 131, 140.
Clergy, Fitness and Clnims for Educational work, 503. Coursing in Lent, Wall Lectures, 923.

Exclusion from Girard College, 600, 609, 611. Courtesies, Benevolence in Trifles, 723.
Irish and Irish Schools, 794.

Cost of three years course at Oxford, 908, 912.
Clinton, N. Y., Hamilton College in 1830, 313.

Admission, Tuition, Rent and Furniture, 908, 912.
Clover-leaf, a Social Reading in German Uni., 652. Servants, Fees, Subscriptions, 908, 912.
Clubs for Literary Improvement of Members, 437, 439. Creaneers, Guardian's of Noblemen's sons at, 834.
Coach and Conching, Private Tutors and, 661, 861. Crosby, Nathan, First half century of Dartmouth, 277.
Coffee and Coffee-houses at Oxford, 850.

Croxnl's Fables and Stories for children, 445.
Cogswell, J. G., Round Hill School in 1830, 304. Cullick, John, Trustee of Hopkin's Bequest, 145, 153.
Colet, Dean. Study of Greek, 838.

Culture and Literature, in a Republic, 369.
Coleman, William, Franklin's friend, 439.

Culture, an End of Education, Laurie, 203.
College and College System, 801-816. (810. 827. Cumberland College. Ky., in 1830, 335.

Development into places of Study and Instruction, Curriculum Vitne, 665.
College Associations, Social Power, 681, 811,

Curris, Ernest, as n Lecturer, 636.
College Life, English and Scotch contrasted, 683. Curtis, Abel, Compend of English Grammar 1779, 279.
Colleges and Halls in English Universities, 801, 826 Cutter, Tinothy, Rector of Yale College, 452.
College Tutor, Expansion of Fellowship, 809. Daboll's Arithmetic, 709.
Colleges in United States in 1830, 293, 3:12.

Daily Routine, Individual. Examples, Rumford, 563.
Maine, 393 ; New Hampshire, 296 ; Vermont, 300. Daily Routine of College Requireinents, 848, 863, 910.
Massachusetts, 307; Connecticut, 312; R. I., 311. Debating nnd Debating Societies, 168.
New York, 313; New Jersey, 323 ; Penn., 325.

Debts of Undergraduates,
Virginia, 331; North Carolina, 332; Georgia, 334. Declaration of Assent to 39 Articles at Oxford, 900.

Md., 338; Dis. of Col., 329; Ala., Louisiana, 335. Declamation, Co lege Exercise, 848.
Collins, Library Association in R. I., in 1730, 705. Degrees, Original Significance, and Exercises, 802.
Colonial Legislation respecting Schools, Mnss., 59. Degrees, Fees, University and College, Oxford, 904.
Colored Children, Taught gratis in Newport, 710. Degrees in Medicine, Oxford, 899.
Columhin, District of, Schools in 1830, 329.

Degrees in Theology, Early Requirements, 927, 899.
Columbia, (Kings) College, N. Y., 320.

Degrees in Civil Law, Oxford, 898
Columbia, s. C., College in 1830, 333.

Degrees in Music, Oxford, 897.

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