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Degrees in Arts, Bachelor and Master, Oxford, 893. Early School Books in New England, 101, ine, 155. Times for Admission in euch year, 892.

Easton, Penn., Lafayette College ia 1830, 3:27. Conditions, Residence, Standing, Examinations, 892. Enton, Nathaniel, Harvard College, 130. Residence, Terms from Matriculation for Degree, 892]. Ecclesiastics, Exclusion from Girard College, 600. Examinatio is. Responsions, First Public, 893. Ecclesiastical Law, Lectures at Göttingen, 6:27.

Little Go, Proctor, Oral and written, 893. Economies, or Domestic Training of Women, 755.
Moderations or First Public, Subjects for Pass., 893. Edinburgh University, 674.

Subjects for Honors, Quantity and Quality, 894. Edgehill, N. J., Seminary in 1830, 322.
Class or sero id Public Examiantion, 815. Education, Detined. 206, 208, 223.

Division of Honor ined in classes, Mode, 895. Agencies and Processes, 205, 206, 212
Classics, Mathematics, Naturl Science, 806 History, 689, 600.

Limitations, 217.
Modern History, Law, Theology, 897.

Science, 204.

Intellectunl, 212. Master's Degree, Years of Standing, 807.

Art, 689, 190.

Æsthetical, 213. Dame School, Early, 68, 707.

Power and Scope, 206. 217. l'ractical, 207. Dartmouth, Earl of, Donution to Moor's School, 27. Culture, 374. Infant and Primary, 8, 10, 187. Dartmouth College, Enrly History, 277, 207.

Theory of Philosophy, 689, 690. Elemen., 214, 239. Student Life in 1769, 297.

Physical, 215, 751."

Secundary, 214. Webster's Student Life, 1797-1800, 28.5

Moral and Religious, 212. Sup., 673, 769, 801. Pres. Wheelock's Narrative, 277.

Educated Class, in a Dernucracy, Hilhuuse, 374. Dark Closet, the Terror of Little Children, 707. Edwards, B. B., 289. Davis, Emerson, Principal of Westfield Acadeiny, 301. Education Institutions in U. S., in 1830, 299-340. Davy, Sir Humphrey, and Coint Rumford, 534. Edwards, Jo‘iathan, Memoir, 721. Day, Jeremiah, and Faculty of Yale Culaye, 1830, 314. Resullutions for a Holy Life 724. Denf and Dumb, Institutions in 1830, 310, 322, 323. Egypt, Ancient, Com ared with Greece, 379. Declaration of American Independence, 523.

Eldon Law Scholarship, Oxford, 890. Decalogue of Practical Life, Jetferson, 519.

Electricity. Franklin's Discoveries in, 414. D'Ivenois, and Academy of Genevn, 536.

Elementary Schools in the United States in 1830, Delaware, Educational Institutions in 18:10, 328. Maine, 291; N. H., 295; Vl., 299; Mass., 302. Democracy, American, Strength a d Dangers, 3732 R. I., 310; Cono., 31); N. Y., 416; N. J., 322. Democratic fentures of Ancient Universities, 813. Penn., 321; Del., 3528; 1 j. of C., 32); Vn., 330. Demagogue, Picture of an American, 556.

N. C., 332; 8. C., 332; Ga., 332; Aln, 334. Demosthenes, in Minamin College, 477.

Miss., 334; Florida, 335 ; Louis, 335; Ky., 335. Demys, or Half, Fellows at Magdnion College. 834. Missouri, 336; III., 336 ; Ind., 337: Ohio, 3.8. Denominational Institutions about 1830, 280-340. Eliot, John, Labors for the Indians, 25, 29, 306. Derry, N. H., Femal. Academy in 1830, 295.

Eliot, History of Harvard College, 12). Devoirgilla, Original Statutes of Balliol Clage, 831. El quence, Van der Palm, 648, 699. Detriments, Allowance for damage to Furniture, 850. Ellis, George, Life of Corint Romford, 561. Developing School, Olijects and Conditions, 258. Enerson, Geurge B., Fema'e School in 1830, 304. Dewey, Chester, Berkshire, Gymnasiun, 303.

Emerson, J., Tencher in Dorchester, 102. Dickinson College, Carlisle, Penn, in 1830, 327 Enerson, Ralph W., and A. Bronson Alcott, 270. Didactic Method of Teaching, 224.

Emerson, Nicholns, Teacher of Daniel Webster, 284. Didan, Regulus of Oxford in 1727, 819.

Encaenia, or Coinmemoration dav, Oxford, 924. Dienstmädchen, the Germono Student's

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Encouragements, by praise and rewards, 394. Diligence in Study nnd Work, 440, 552

Encoytle, or Pick-a-bnck, Leap-frog. Grecian. 741. Dilworth's Schof Bioks, 79, 153, 973.

Endowments, Educational in U. 8., in 1830, 291-338 Diogeneum, and Pwl mneum, at Athens, 762

English, Unequally applied, needs, 181. Diogenes, as a Teacher, 746.

Engineering, Civil, Courses of, 786; Zurich, 236. Discipline, by Encouragement rather than Pun., 334. England, Territorial and Moral, 372. Discipline, University and Coilege, 910.

English Law, in Belfast Queens College, 787. Disputations, Co lege, 818.

English School. Plan by Franklin in 1749, 415. District Schools, of Massachusetts, Lav, 62. (397. English Schoolmaster, American Edition, Coote, 101. District of Colonbia. Educational Institut.ans, 1330, Ephippos, Birth Fenst of Greece, 737. Divinity School, Cambridge, Mass , 309.

Epitaphs, Franklin 443; Jefferson 532. Diversificntion of Industries, Oberlin, 190.

Rumfont, 592; Oberlin, 192. Doctor, Degrees, 818.

Epostrakismos, or Ducks and Drakes, in Greece, 741. Doer and Doing of Good, Frnklin, 392. (833, 850. Epps, Daniel, Grammar Master in 1676, 99, 100. Dogs, and other hunting pets, excluded from College, Essays to do Good, Mather's Bill of Particulars, 387. Doing Austins, Disputations apud Augustinienses, 823. Estate, Care of, Raleigh's Advice, 731. Doing Genernl, Disputation in Logic and Ethics, 915. Etheces Elementa, Johnson, used by Franklin, 445. Domestic Economy of Colleges, Cost of Living, 912 Ethical Life, The Formal and Real of Education, 213. Domestic Side of University Life, 683, 684, 811. Euripides, cited, 738. Dominicans in England, 5. 826.

Everett, Edward, a Dorehester man, 118. Dons, University Authorities, 944.

Influence of Dorchester on Conn., and Georgia, 119. Dorchester, Mass., Early Grammar Scho 1. 105. Reminiscences of Boston Latin School, 91.

Early School-books, School-houses, Teachers, 708. Value of a Public Library, 92.
Dove, David, Schoolmaster in Ph I., 475, 469. Everett, Oliver, Teacher and Pastor, 117.
Dover, N. H., Scho vis prior to 1800, 231.

Evelyn, Terrae Filius in 1669, 918.
Drawing, School Instruction nt Athens, 750.

Ewnld, Lecturer at Göttingen. 47 1832. 906. Dress, Academical, Officinl, 901.

091.

Exeter College, Oxford, Foundation, Endowments, Dreux, Henry, Rector of Erasminn Grammar School, Expenses for Servants and general charges, Druggist, and Pharmaceutical Chernistry, 2;3. Exeter, New Hampshire, Phillips Academy, 283, 205 Dunne, William J., Girard's Will, 600.

Examinations, Oxford System, 81&
Dublin, Institution of Science and Arts, 769. Exceedlings, in Butteries, nt Christmas, 80.
University. Trinity College, 5, 13.

Expenses, University and College, Oxford, 912.
Duchess of Cleveland at Oxford, 1647, 840.

Expulsion, in College Discipline, 864, 910. Dummer, Jeremiah, Services to Yale College, 450, 470 Faculty, of a University. Germnn, 242, (212. Dunster, Henry, President of Harvard College, 130. Functions 212; Administration 242; Instruction, Durham College, Benedictine Seminary, Oxford, 821. Faith, Hope and Charity,-Franklin, 734. Dust and Ashes, Enrly Benefactor to College, 37, 45. Farmr, Nicholas, Bequest in 1620 for Virginin, 39. Dwight, Sereno. Life of Jonnthan Edwards, 721. Farnday. Michnel, and Royal Institution. 585. Dwight, T., Girls in Acad., at Greenfield Hill, 274. Father, Senior Regent in University Act, 921.

Fauchet, Abbe, Eulogy on Franklin in Paris, 430. Genius of the Place, Local and Personni, 870.
Fawcett, Prof. Galway Queens College, 791.

Geology. Earliest Professorships, 807, 915.
Federation of Colleges in English Universities, 817. George III., Benefactions to American Colleges, 486.
Fees, University and College,

Georgetown, D.C., Catholic College in 1830, 329. Oxford, University and College, 904. 908, 912. Georgia, Early New England Settlement, 120. German Universities, 245, 23.

Decision and Action as to Independence, 120. German Scientific Schools, 256.

Educational Institutions in 1830, 333. Advantages of this mode, Adan Smith, 823.

Elementnry, 333; Academies, 333; College, 334. Felbiger, and Rochow, 500.

German Lecture System, 637, 646. Fellows, and Fellowships, Oxford, 985.

German Science Teaching. 247. Influence of Endowments, Gibbon, 861, 863. German Stove, or Oven, 627. Ferule, used on hend and feet as well as hands, 79. German Student Life. Hart, 626. Felt, Joseph B., History of Salem Schools, 97. German University Town, 245, 623. Female Teachers, Early Exa'nples, J15. (237. German Universities, Interuational view, 241, 249, 625. Female Education and Schools in U.S., prior to 1840, Gerson, Chancellor, Supremacy of the University, 813. Hints by Franklin 733 ; Jefferson 518: Socrates, 752. Gettysburgh 'Theo'ogical Seminary in, 1830, 326.

Vives, 341; Wirt, 735; Woodbridge, 273. Gibbon, Edward, Autobiography at Oxford, 81. Special Schools about 1830, 239-320.

Gifford, John, Benedictine College at Oxford 821 Filial Duty, Examples, Edwards, 726; Franklin, 404. Gilberties in England, 7, 826. Fisk, Wilbur, and Faculty of Wesleyan Uni., 313. Gilmanton, N. H., Academy in 1830, 298. Flatterers, Danger and Avoidance of, 730.

Girard College and its Founder, 593–618.
Florida Indians, Spanish Missions, 18.

Girard, Stephen, Memoir, 593.
Flogying, as a School and Co lege Punishment, 6, 394. Girard, Stephen's, Will, Provisions, 601.
Foreigners, assiinilated by Native Schwols, 475.

Binney, on Charitable uses, 604.
Foreign Students, in German Universities, 631, 635. Webster, on Religious Instruction, 611.
Fowle, John, Tencher of Count Rumford, 561. Stury, Judge Sustains Validity, 615.
Franciscans in England, Roger Bacon, 826.

Girls, and Female Education, Francké, on the Law of Inheritance, 658.

Common Schools prior to 1800, 153. Francke, Collegium Pietatis, 391.

Academies and Seminaries about 1830, 291-334. Franklin, Benjamin, Memoir, 401-448.

Colleges recently established, 617. Autobiography, 401; Business Life, 411.

Rochuw's School at Rekuhn, 505. Official Service to State and Country, 414, 431. Giving and Taking, between Teacher nnd Pupil, 224. Idens of an English School in 1749, 440.

Gladiator's Entertainment at Oxford. 851. Studies for an Academy. 445.

Gladstone, W. E., Irish University Reform, 7, 788. Advice to his Daughter, 133.

Gleim and Rochow, 503. Correspondence with Dr. Johnson, of Stratford. 466. Gluttony. Drunkenness, and Profligncy, at Oxford, 842. Last Will and Bequest, lo Boston and Phil., 435. Gneist, Professor, Berlin, 641, 647 Condition of Funds left in 1876, 437.

Godfrey, Thomas, Hadley's Quadrnnt, 439. Albany Plan of Union of the Colonies, 415. Goeschen, Revolution of Study of Civil Law, 652. Franklio Medal, Boston, 92, 435.

Göethe, the Science of Law, Faust, 665. Franklin, William, 411, 417.

God and our Neighbor, Love of, 607. Franklin's Stove, in 1741, 413.

Good, Enough to do, Mather, 387. Free School. Early Form of, in N. England, 55–125. Good Breeding, und Good Doing, Franklin, 444. Boston, Latin School, 55.

Good Man, Portrait of a, by Jefferson, 549. Salem, Town School, 97.

Good, Dr., Head of Bulliol, 839.
Dorchester, Town Grammar School, 105.

Göttingen University, 626.
Roxbury, The Free School, Latin and fees, 121. American Student's Experience, 625.
Charlestown, Town Grammar, 127.

English Report on Science Department, 250.
Ipswich, Watertown, Newbury, 128,

Legal Studies and Examination, 645. Free or Charity School, 397, 474.

Degrees, Ceremonies, Fees, Doctor, 672. [80. French Revolution, Influence on Holland, 688. Gould, Benjnmin F., Master of Boston Latin School, French Missions and Schools for Indians, 21-23. Gown, Academics, 901. Freiberg, Mining Academy, Saxony, 251.

Gown and Town, Antagonism and Riots. 825. Friday, Closing Exercises in a Newport School, 707. Grammar, English, in Elementary Schools, 292. Frideswide, St., and Priory, Oxford 819.

Earliest American Text Books, Curtis, 279. Friend's Boarding School, R. I., 311, 709, 712. Grammar Schools of N. England, First Enactment, 60. Fruitlands, Labor and Culture, Alcott. 234.

Historical Development, 65-144. Fryburg, Maine, Academy in 1830, 291.

Ordinnnce of General Court of New Plymouth, 61. Fuller, John, Charity in Roval Institution, 585.

First Law requiring Masters to be examined, 62. Funeral Discourse, an Act of Justice, 395.

Salaries before 1800, 152. Funds for Educational Purposes, 299-333.

Grant, Miss Z. P., Ipswich Female Seminary, 305. Influence on choice of Studies, 853, 880.

Granville, Ohio, Baptist Institution 1830, 337. Future, The Teacher of the, 218.

Grntuities to Servants, Customary Charges, 912. Fox, George, Instructions for Right Spelling, 709. Gray, William, Early Promoter of Greek in Eng., 836. Gabriel Mission, St., in Mexico, 20.

Greece, Ancient, History and Geography, 875. Gaius, Institutes, 651, 653.

Importance Exaggerated in Modern Study. 876. Gallaudet, American Asylum in 1830, 316.

Greece, Schoo's of Public Instruction, 737-768. Galway, Queens College, 783, 790.

Home Education, Birth Feast, Nurse and, 737. Gambier, Kenyon Coliege. 1830, 337.

Toys, Sports, Pnstimes and Games, 739. Games for Children, in Ancient Greece, 739.

Elementary Schools, Age of Attendnnce, 745. Gardening and Agriculture, laught at School, 444.

Place of Attendance, Teacher, Fees, 747. Oberiin. 184; Kinderman, 510.

Studies, Arithmetic, Music, Drawing, 749. Count Rumford's Efforts in Bavarin, 572.

Physical Edncation, Gymnastic Training, 751. Gardiner, Maine, Institute in 1830, 292.

Domestic Trnining of Girls, Science of gooʻl, 755. Garrick, David, Aid to American College, 488.

Xenophon's Economics, Socrates and, 755. Garrisons, Converted into Schools of Instruction, 571. Higher Instruction, The College at Athens, 729. Gaston, Address to College Students, 551.

Relizio is Opening of Lectures, Rectors, 763. Warning against Disunion in 1832, 558.

Ancient Tablets, Stone Records of Scholars, 766. Gataker, Dr., Education in Virginia in 1657, 55. Greek Language and Literature, in England, 837, 857. Geneva, N. Y., College in 1830, 318.

Early Teachers at Oxford, 837. Geneva, Switzerland, Migration of Professors, 583. Felicities, reserved for the few, 874.

Great Britain, Superior Instruction, 949.

Hudson, Miss, Benefactor of Boston Schools, 66. Ireland, 773; Scotland, 673; England, 801.

Humanities in College Curriculum, 203. (307. Royal Institution, Count Rumford, 579.

Humphrey, Heman, and Faculty of Amherst College. Greenwood, Principal of Owens College, Report, 249. Hunt, Samuel, Master of Boston Latin School, 80. Gridley, Jeremy, Assistant in Boston Latin School, 78. Huron Indians, French Misrians among. 2.2. Griswold University, Free Places, 245.

Seminary of Notre Dame des Anges, 22.
Griffin, E. D., and Faculty of Williums College, 300. Hotel Dieu in Quebec, First Female Seminary, 22
Grifith, Master of Private School, Boston, 19. Idleness, Danger of, 263.
Grocyn. Williaın, Early Teacher of Greek, 837. Ignatius de Loyola, Constitutions Resp., Schnols, 165
Gymnasin, and Gymnastics, Greek, 751.

Illinois, Educational Institutions in, 1830, 336.
Habit, Physiology of, 217; Reliance of Teacher, 19, Illinois College at Jacksonville, 336.
Hadley, Mass., Hopkin's Donntion School, 145 156. Imagination, Culture by Local Scenery,
Hale, E. E., Cultivation of Natural Aptitudes, 265. Incorporation, Degrees by, Oxford, 900.
Hall, John, Seminary at Ellington, Conn., 312. Indian Langunges, Masters of, 22.
Hall, Lyman, Signer of Declaration, Teacher, 120. Indiana, Schools and Education in 1830, 337.
Hall, S. 8., English School and Teacher, Andov., 305. Indians, American, Efforts to Civilize, 17, 32.
Halls, in Universities, 807, 908.

Individual and Class Instruction, 28).
Halliwell, Maine, Academy in 1830, 291.

Indolence of Endowed Professors, 862. Hamilton College, Clinton, N. Y., in 1830, 318. Inductive Method, Advocated by Vives, 347. Hampton and Sidney College, Va., in 1830, 331. Industrial Element in Popular Schools, Ruggles, 257. Hamilton, Sir William, Colleges in Oxford, 801. Kindermann, 511; Oberlin, 187 ; Rochow, 505. Handicrafts for Winter and Evening Work, 190. Industry, Condition and Prophecy of Success, 445. Hanover, N. H., Dartmouth College, 277, 297. Infant Schools, Oberlin 187; Owen's Efforts, 8, 10. Hand Weaving in New England, 275.

Ingraham's Memorial of Oxford, 819. Hart Hall, Hartford College, New Regulations, 847. Intern Students, Irish Catholic University, 799. Hart, James M., German Universities, 625-668. Integrity in Private and Public Life, Gaston, 552 Hartford, Ct., Educational Institutions in 18:30, 313. Instructed Reason and Political Liberty, 381.

Washington Co lege. 313; American Asylum, 316. Interdict, Oxford placed under in 1351, 825. Harvard, John, Memoir and Bequest, 129.

International Criticism, German Voiversities, Harvard College, Enrly History, Eliot, 129-144.

American, 625; English, 249; French, 241. Harvard Grammar School, Charlestown, 359.

International Training, Advantages, 673. Head, of a College, Principal, Master, Dean, 905. Ipswich Grammar School, 128; Female Sem., 305. Health in Education, Jefferson, 349.

Ireland, Superior Instruction, 8, 769. Hebrew Language, 447, 889, 890.

Dublin University and Trinity College, 8. Hebdomadal Meeting, Heads of Houses, 809.

Institutions of Science and the Arts, 769. Hebdomadal Council, Oxford, 884.

Irish Catholic University, 793. Heildelberg University, 253.

Queens University and Colleges, 763.
Henry, Patrick, 518.

[784. Irving, Lives of Scotch Worthies, 674.
Henry, P. s., United Secular and Separate Religions, Ischomachus, Science of Good Husbandry, 755.
Henry VIII. and Christ Church College, Oxford, 335. Isis, Thomas Warton's Poem, 846, 943.
Herodes, Teaching the Alphabet, 749.

Italy, Greek Studies in, 836.
Herr and other Titles in Germany, 672.

Itinerating Libraries, Oberlin, 187. Herman, Lecturer on Ecclesiastical Law, 659. Inspectors and Inspection of Schools, Holland, 701, Hertford College, Rules and Statutes in 1747, 847. Ink-holder, German Students for Lectures, 640. Hewmaon's Hand Lexicon to the Corpus Juris, 649. Jacksonville, Minois, College in 1830, 336. Hidden, Early Student of Dartmouth, 280.

Jamaica, Contributions to Co'lege in Phil., 1772, 489. Higginson, N., Teacher in Salem, 103.

Jardine, G., Influence on American Education. 999. Higginson, Thomas, His., of R. I., Pub., Schools, 710. Jay, Dr. James, Agent for Kings College, 457. 485. Higher Schools, Influence on Lower, 795.

Jean Paul, the Past in Education, 215, Hillhouse, James A., Lecturer 1838, 369

Sensibility of a Child's Soul, 213, Culture and Literature for the Rich, 369.

Jena University, Student Life, B. Profession of Letters, Past and Present, 369. Jesuit, Missionary to Canada Schools, 18, 22. Relation, Rank of Literature and Science, 370. Jesus, Society of, Constitutions Respecting Instr., 165 Letters in Old and New England, 372.

Jesus College, Oxford, Origin, Endowments, 906. Dangers from an Unlette Democrncy, 374. f376. Jefferson, Thomas, Memoir, 513 550.

Motives and Objects for young men born to Wealth, Declarati in of Independence, 523. History, Methods and Teaching, 203, 217, 221.

Services to Virginia and the Country, 530. History and Geography, Ancient. 876.

Educational Work, Common Schools, 533. History of Commerce and Arts, Franklin's Acad., 444. University of Virginia and Higher Education, 539. History of Education. Chair at Edinburgh, 193, 68). Advice on Studies and Conduct, 545. Hitchcock, Enos, Providence Schools, 706, 713. 718. Female Education, Daily Routine, 5.50, Hoar, Leonard, Harvard College, 137.

Jews, Adage respecting Neglected Children, 395. Hodder, James, Arithmetic, 101.

All Children taught an Occupation, 388.
Holbrook, Josiah, American Lyceum, 438.

Johnson, William S., Memoir, 472.
Holland, Influence of French Revolution, 699, 704. Ordinance of 1785 relating to Schools, 472.
Home Education, Improved Buildings, 183.

Johnson, 8.. President of Kings College, 449-471. Ancient Greece, 737, 756.

Johnson, Dr., Influence of University Asso., 831, 870. Home Industries, Encouraged and Taught, 183, 756. Jolly, Prof., Method in Experimental Physics, 255. Honesty, a Primary Virtue, Gaston, 553.

Jones, Sir William, Tribute to Oxford Uni., 870. Honors and Honor men, Oxford, 818, 894.

Estimate of the Literature of the Bible, 619. Hoop, an Ancient and Modern Game, 740.

Judd, Hadley, Hopkins Grammar School, 145. House of Regents 883 ; of Non-Regents, 883.

Common Schools, Teachers and Books on, 153. Hopkins, Edward, Bequest in 1654, 145.

Junkin,

G., and Faculty of Lafayette Col., 1830, 397. Hopkins' Grammar or Donation School. Hadley, 145. Junto, Franklin's Club in 1727, 437, 440. (395. Horarium, or Students' Day at Cambridge, 812. Justice to the Dead, Mather's Discourse on Cheever, Horn-book, in New England, 101, 153.

Juvenile Offenders and Reform Schools, 8. Horticulture, Fruits and Flowers, Made Popular, 185. Kaplitz, Kindermann's Educationni Labors, 509. Hospitiren, Free Admission to, at Göttingen, 635, 639. Keble, John, and Keble College, Oxford, 907. Hostels, Inns, Lodgings, Halls, 807, 824.

Kegel, or German Nine-pins, 634.
Household Economy, for Girls, 511, 551, 737, 755. Kennedy, Bishop. College of St. Salvador, 675.
Howland, John, Memoir, 715.

Kent, James, Civil Law, 663.

Kentucky, Educational Status in 1830, 335.

Locke, John, Expulsion from Fellowship, 842. Kenyon College at Gambier, Ohi', in 1830, 337 Lodgings, when forbidden and Permitted, Oxford, 909. Kidder, Reformation Society in 162, 435.

Lodging Houses, the Motive und Origin of, 824, 909. Kimball, Daniel, and Kimball Academy, N. H , 296. Log Cabin, Log schcol-houses, Webster's ref., 282. Kinderfreund, Rocbow's School Reader, 505, 506. Logic, Controversy in Scotch Universities, 679. Kinderman, Ferdinand, Memoir. 5179.

Lord, Nathan, and Faculty of Dartmouth, 1830, 293. Model School at Kaplitz and Prague, 510.

Lord Vun de Perre, Middleburg Museum, 696. Industrial Element in Schools for the Poor, 511. Lorimer, Scotch Universities, 673. Kings College (Columbin). N. Y., Enrly History, 449. Louvain, 804 ; Model of Irish Catholic Univ, 798. Faculty and Condition in 1830, 320.

Love, the New or Eleventh Commandment, 92, 606 Kings College, Cambridge, Resources, 932.

Lowe, Robert, University Education, 871. King, Rufus, and Count Rumford, 587.

Lowth, Robert, Oxford Associations, 870. Kinnesley, Ebenezer, Teacher in Phil., 480, 491. Loyola, Ignatius de, Constitutions of, 1558, 165. Kirst, Ewaldus, and Van der Palm, 633.

Ludus Literarius, or Gymnasinm in each Village, 345. Knox, John, First Book on Discipline, 676.

Lurnley Exhibition, Local Schulurship, 105.
Educational Organization for Scotland, 677. Lyceum, Historical Development, 437, 311.

University Reform, Old Church Property for, 678. Lyon. Mary, at Ipswich in 1830), 305.
Knox, Vicesimus, Oxford as it was in 1782, 916. Macaulay, Picture of Magdalen College, 834.
Kohne, Educational Bequest, 321.

Machinery and Hand Labor, 190.
Koran, Moxims Quoted by Mather, 387.

Mackintosh, Sir James, 459. Kneipe, and Kneipen, German Beer-drinking, 655. Madrns System of Dr. Bell, Orphan Asylum. 194. Labor, Manual, Necessity and Nature, 259, 377. Magdulen

College, Oxford,

Resources, 833, 907. Special School of, in 1831-2, 290.

Macauluy, Description, 834. Labor and Culture, Channing, 234.

Property, Income, Expenditures, 931. Labor and Science, Fruitland, 234.

Original Foundation and Suntutes, 833. Laboratory, Equipment and Practice, 253.

Magialen Hall, Oxford, Foundation, 907. Royal Institution of Great Britain, 584.

Maine, Educational Institutions in 1830, 291. Bonn, 249; Heidelberg, 253; Zurich, 255.

Elementary, 291; Academies, 291 ; Colleges. 294. Lafayette College, Faculty and Condition in 1830, 327. Mann, Hornce, Early School Policy of Mass., 63, 64. Lancaster, Joseph, aod Andrew Bell, 194.

Manners, Goodl Breeding. 444, 735.
Landed Estute, belonging to Oxford and Cam.. 929. Manners, God Mornis, 213.
Lane Seminary, Walnut Hills, Cincinnati, 1830, 337. Manning. James, and R. I., College, 711, 311.
Language, Knowledge and Study of, 873.

Marin, Theresa, School Reforms, 510, 512, 572.
Latimer, William, Early Greek Scholar, 837.

Master in Arts, 849, 897.
Latin Language and Literature, 856.

Masters of the Schools, Oxford, 886.
Latin Versificntion, at Eton and Cambridge. 875. Mather, Cotton, Memoir, 386, 393.
Laureation Ceremony, Modern Substitute, 685. (689. Beneficiarius or Esenys to do Good, 387.
Laurie, 8. s., Chair of Education, Programme, 1877, How Schoolmasters may do Good, 393.
Inaugural Discourse, 1876, 193.

Discourse on Ezekiel Cheever, 397.
Law, a Historical Science in Germany, 650.

Materials for Educatiun, Laurie, 214. Law, Schools of, 309, 315, 642, 648.

Literature, Science, and Art, 214. Law, Civil or Roman, 645.

Physiology in reference to Education, 215. Lnymen, as Tenchers of Religion, 610, 615.

Psychology, History, Biography, 216. Lawyers, Anecdotes of Honest, 390.

Massachusetts, Earliest School Legislation, 59, 129. How they may do Good, 390.

Town and Individual Action, 59. Excessive Fees must be disgorged, 390.

Duty of Parents and Selectmen, G. (105. How made in Germany, 644.

Earliest Form of Town Grominar School, 65, 97, Lavoisier, Madame, and Count Rumford, 586.

Harvard College, Order, Charter, Bequest, 132. Laval, Bishop, Little Seminary of Quebec, 23.

Earliest Regulations, Degrees, Presidents, 139. Laplace. Napoleon's Estimate of his Ability. 873. Educational Institutions in 1830, 302. Leaping and Running in Physical Training, 753.

Elementary, 302 ; Academies, 303; Colleges, 306. Lecture, or Oral Tenching. Disappeurance of, 815. Manunl Labor, Dignity of, 234. Lecture Day, Buston. Origin, 131.

Manual Labor Schouls, in 1830-2 in U. S., 335. Lectures in German Universities, 247, 637.

Marischal College, Aberdeen, 675. Legnl Profession in Germany, 643, 645.

Marezoll's Institutionen, 649. Legul Study, Advice, Webster, 386; Jefferson, 545. Marietta, Ohio. Institute of Education in 1830, 337. Legere Multa, non Multum, Webster's Maxim, 283. Mortinets. Students not ludged in Relig., Houses, 816. Legislators and Magistrates, Duties as to School, 64. Martyn, Salting Freshnien, 928. Legitimation, or Student Card, 632.

MoryInnd, Educational Institut ons in 1830, 328. Legrand, on Oberlio's work, 190.

Dr. Smith's Labors in 1770, nt Chestertown, 494. Leicester Academy in 1830, Funds, 304.

St. John's College at Annapolis, 328. 1873. Leipsic University, New Chemical Laborntory, 252. Mathematics, Too Much and not of the Right Kind, Lent Verses, Carmina Quadragesimn. 923.

Mutriculation, Göttingen, 631 ; Oxford, 904.
Lenthal, Rolvert, Earliest Teacher at Newport, 705. Maud, Daniel, Teacher in Boston in 1636, 65.
Letters, Franklin, 733; Wirt, 634 ; Jefferson, 545. Maury, James, Jefferson's Teacher, 513.
Liberal Education and Studies, Hillhouse, 376. Maxen, Dr., Privat-docent, 648, 660.
Liberty, Political and Personal, American, 374. Moxcy. Jonathan, Brown University, 311.
Liberty County, Georgin, and Dorchester, Mass., 119. May, Samuel J., Pioneer of School Improvement, 229.
Liberty of Instrurtion, Teacher and Tnught, 531. Mechanic Arts, Subject of School Instruction, 444.
Liberty of Religions Opinion and Worship, 527. Mechanic Associations and Institutes, Eog., 408, 439.
Light Reading, Jefferson's Views, 550.

Providence, 714, 719.
Libraries and Books, Value, 271, 376, 385, 92). Mechanics' School in Miramia, Smith, 475.

Franklin's Indebtedness, Services to, 411, 440. Mechanical Methods, 224.
Webster's Acknowledgments, 283, 285.

Meadville, Alleghany College in 1830, 3326.
Itinerating. Oberlin's plon, 189.

(838. Meals and Meal-basket, German Students, 630. Lilly, William, St. Paul's School and Study of Greek, Medals and Prizes. Stimulants and Reward, 394, 435. Linacre, Thomas, Greek Learning, Medical Sci., 837. Medford, Female Academy in 1789, 274. Lincoln College. Oxford, Date, Resources, 906. Medical Faculty and Schools, 786, 899; Am, 7. 302 Litchfield, Ct.Reeve's and Gould's Law School, 315. Meiklejohn, Prof., Education in St. Andrews, 220. Literature as a Profession, Hillhouse, 369.

Programme of Course for 1877-8, 690. Littlemore, Alfred's Church of St. Mary, 822. Mendicant Orders in England, 826, 829.

Mendicancy in Bavarin, Count Rumford, 573.

New England Newspapers, 407. Messer, Asn, Brown University, 311.

New England Primer and Psa ter, 108, 1.53 Metaphysics, Jefferson's Estimate as a Study, 516. New Hampshire, Pres., Wheelock, and Dart., College, Merton, Walter de. Memoir. 8:29.

Schools as they were before 180, 281, 283. Merton College, Early Statutes, 829, 906.

Educational Institutions in 1830. 295. Metho list, Denominational Institutions, 1831, 304, 319 Elementary, 295: Academies, 295; Colleges, 237 Mexico, Early Indinn Missions and Schoul. 17. New Hampton, Baptist Institute, N. H.. 26. Miami University at Oxford, Ohio, in 1830 337. New Haven, Educational Institut ons in 1830, 312. Michigan Territory, Education in 1830, 338.

Femde Education in 1779, 24. Michaelmas Terin, 904.

Yale College in 1830, 312; in 1717, 451, 464. Middle Class Schools Examinations, Oxford, 903. New lan Hall, Oxford, Foundat on, Sus. Migration from College to College and L'niv., 849. New Jersey, Educational sostitutions in 1x30, 322

Practice in Gerinany, Ho orable Disinissul, 641. Elementary, 3N2; Academies, 322 ; Coʻleges, 323. Middleburg Museum. Holland, 696.

New Museum of Natural Science, Oxford, 69. Middleburg Vt., College in 1830, 300.

Newport, R. I, Ear jest Schools and Teachers, 705. Middletown, Ct., Wedyan University in 1830, 312. Channing's Reminiscences of Schools, 707. Military Schools and Eluention, 313, 571.

Newman, F. W. Prae documentary, Oxford, 819. Miller of Mansfiell, Be'evolence in Trifles, 735.

Domestic Side of Universities, 811.
Mi nisters, How they miv d. Guod, Mnther, 388. Newton, Richard, and Hart Hall, Oxford. 817.

Thomas White, L'iy Sermon for their Benefit, 389. New York City, Kings College in 1754. 435.
Mining Schools and Engineering. 251, 252.

Public Schools, Agent to visit Schools, 1830, 317. Missionaries, Cath lic and Protestant, 391.

Columbin College, City University, 31d. Labars with Anerican Idians, 17-25.

New York Stnte, Eduentional Institutions in 18. Mississip Education in 18.30. 334.

Eementary, 316: Academies, 317; Colleges, 313, 221. Missouri, Education in 18:30, 336.

Development of Educntion from 1790 to 1630. 321. Model College, Proposed for Oxford, 913.

Nicholson. Lt. Governor of Va., Aid to Colleze, 5d. Moderntio is. Requirements as to time of passing, 911. Noetica, Johnson's First Principles, 447. Moderators, Conduct Examinations, 886. 893

Nominalists nod Realists, Via Antiquorum. 805. Modern Lang's. Science. Pohtic-Veglecteil, 873, 877. Non Multa, Sed Muitum, Maxim for Rending, 83. Mommsen, History of Rome, 618.

Xornal Sehools, Non-existent in 1832. 338. Money, Over estimated in America. 375.

Nutt. Eliphalet, and Union College in 1830, 313. Monasteries and Schools, Colleges, 811.

North Carolina, Eduention in 1830, 332. Monitorinl Systein in 1989, 68; Bell, Lancaster, 194. Notes on Virginia, Jeffersoa, 513. Monson Aca leiny in 133), 304.

Nuns, Tea hing Orders, 10. Montaigne, Method of lenrning Latin, 874.

Nurses, Training School ft. Grecian, 737.
Monticel). Jefferson's Residence, 513

Oakes, Urian, President of Harvard, 1980, 138.
Montreal, Seininary of St. Sulpitius in 1645, 23. Obedience, 11.
Moor, Joshun, and Moor's Charity School for Ind., 296. Oberlin, J. F., Memoir, 177-192.
Moot Courts in Legal Educntion, 315, 658.

Object Lesso is and Teaching, 11, 948.
Moral Philosophy or Ethies in Examinatis, 154, 447. Obligatory and Optional Studies, 880, 856, 863.
Motives to Librand Study, 20), 597.

Observat oi and Experineut, Science of, 444.
Morse, Geography in Scho's, 709.

Officers and Faculty of, American Col in 1830.913. Music in Ancierit Greek Exhucntion, 749.

Office Seeking, Besetting Sin of American life, 375. Music, Degrees in, at Oxford, 807.

Occain, Willinın, 9, 831. Mount, St. Murvs C lege, Md., 1830, 329.

Occum, Samson, Indian Preacher, 297. Mindr, or Bl nl Vuis Buff, Ancient and Mod., 747 Occupation n Trade, Education for, 257. Munich, Riinfird's Extirpt or of Mendicancy, 373. 0.10, Educational Institutions in 1830, 337. Universitv, 255; P l, tech i'um, 235.

Elementary, 337 ; Academies, 337; Colleges, 2018 Mulligan, Oxfori Lolging Houses, 8:24.

Ohio University at Athens, 337.
Mutual Study. Von der Palm, 621; Hart, 66). Od Age, Eximples of serene, 400, 429.
Nantuckt, Acidemv in 1830, 306.

Olinos, Franciscan Father and Mexican Indians, 18.
Narratio 1, Elegant Extracts recited, Oxford, 849. Opponent in Disputations, 479, 915, 921.
Nashvile, University in 1930, 33.7.

Oral Tenching, and Living Professor, 852. Narsarı Hall, College of, New Jersey in 1830, 323. Living Mind with Living Mind, 223. Natick Indivis, Elot's Labors with. 27.

Oratory, Study of, Franklin, 446. Nition, in University Use, English, 806.

Jetforsun's Hints, 577. National Charcter, Influence, 815.

Orbilius, and Orbilinn Discipline, 394. Nato jal Elucht o'i, Barnaril's Systems, 947.

Ordinarii, Professirs, 242, 236.

[907. National Pedago:v, Series of Volumes devoted to, 948. Oriol College, Ox'ord, Orgia. Scholarships, 33, 132, Nature, Phenoine in and Science. 872. 896.

Or ental Studies, Van der Prim, 695. Natural Aptitudes to be Cultivated, 258

Prizes to Encourage, 590, 897. Natural History in Higher Education, 837.

Professorships, 843, 887. Natural Philosophy, Early Professorships, 887. Original Resentch, by Practical Tenchers, 444, 940. Navigntion and Book-keeping, 710.

Orphans, Object of Christian Charity, 605. Necessity, the Law of Efforts. 286, 853.

Girard Colege for, 593. Needle-work. Oberlin, Kindermann, 187, 707. Osborn, Benj, Tencher of Moor's Charity School, 280. Neglected Education, National Ruin, 395.

Oseney Abbev, St. George's Colegiate Church, 20. Negro or Colored Children. Early School for, R. I., 707. Outfit and Fees. for Freshmen, 912. Neighbor, Love of God and o'r, Essence of Chr., 606. Oxford, Ohio, Mini University in 1830, 337. Neil, E. D., Virginin Company and Schools, 33. Oxford, English Town and City, 819, 825, 851. Netherlands, Colleges in University of Louvain, 804. Oxford University, 817-942.

Distinction between Pædagogia and Colleges, 804. Historical Development, 819. New Bedford, Friend's School in 1830, 306.

Prae Documentary Period, 819. New Brunswick. Rutgers College in 1830, 323.

Lodging Houses, Hostels, Inns, 824. New College, Oxford, Date. Scholarships. 833, 906. Promoters of Greek Study and Literature, 836. Newdgata Prizes, Oxford, English Verse. 891.

Glimpses of University Life and Studies, 839-880. New England, Early Legislation resp., Schools, 59, 156. Prideaus, Warton, Smith, Gibbon, Parr, Lowe, 639 Schools and Missions for the Indians, 25.

Present Constitution, Scholarships, Exam, L Schools as they were, prior to 1700, 65, 100, 153. Public Exercises of Commencement, the Act, 221. Prior to 1800, 273, 281.

Property, Income. Expenditures, 929. Educational Institutions in 1830, 201-316.

Sundry Things respecting the University, 912

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