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Pagenstecher, Prof., Zoological Collection of, 253. Poetry, Study of, in Higher Education, 879.
Pagan Views in Education, 394, 400.

Inspired by Universities, 865, 911, 914.
Greek Schools and Education, 737-768.

Political Economy, Early Professorships, 788.
Pagani, Bajans &c., in Scotch University. 678. Politics, American, Hillhouse, 373.
Pandecten practicum, and Moot Courts, 658.

Ponderation, New Science of, Lowe, 871.
Pandects in German Legnl Education, 647.

Poor Students in Early Days of Universities, 812.
Papal Authorization as to Universities, 675, 856. Pope, Alexander, Study of Words, 873.
Parents, Essays to do Good, Mather, 387.

Polytechnicum, German, 254, 255.
Parental Obligation and Coöperation, 397, 502, 881. Popes, Associated with Universities, 675, 799.
Paris, University of, 826, 812.

Portland, Me., Academy in 1830, 292.
Park and Arboretum. Oxford, 889.

Postionistae, in training for Scholars, Merton Col., 829. Parker, R. G., Grammar School of Roxbury, 396. Potter, Alonzo, Union College in 1830, 319. Parkman. Jesuits in North America, 18.

Pouchet, G., Estimate of German Universities, 241. Parliamentary Commissions, 678, 680, 929, 933. Power, Formal End of Education, 208, 217. Parochial Schools and Schoolmasters, Scotland, 681. Practical Educators, Franklin, 401; Kindermann, 509. Parr, Samuel, English Universities, 869.

Practical Science and Arts, Royal Institution, 585. Parsonsfield Academy, Me., in 1830, 290.

Lectures by Van der Palin in 1788. 696. Partidas, the Code of Alfonso in 1256, 159.

Prague. Lower, Seat of Kindermann's Activity, 510. Education for Sons and Daughters of Kings, 159. Praise for Well-doing. Encouragement, 394. What constitutes a Tyrant, 160.

Prayer and Praying. Franklin's Estimate, Public. 427. Universities and City Schools, 161

Coleridge, 92; Edwards, 726.
Masters Scholars, Jurisdiction, Beadle, 163. Prayers and Religious Services in Schools, 107.
Parton, James, Biographies quoted. 431, 542, 593. Harvard, 140; Oxford, 865, 889, 910.
Pass and Class, and Honors, 818, 894.

Precinct, in Mass., School Laws, 62.
Patriotism. Constant luculcntion, in Greece, 767. Preparatory Schools for Universities, 681.
Pay of Teachers and Professors, Oxford, 853, 887. American, 65-126, 534 ; Irish, 794.

Adam Sinith, 853; German, 256 : Knox, 678. Presbyterian, Schools and Colleges in 1830, 317-333.
Payne, Eloise, Teacher of Girls before 1810, 710. Prideaux, Humphrey, Letters from Oxford, 839.
Pedagogy, Examples of National, Barnard, 948. Glimpses of University Life 1674, 839.
Peace-makers, Oberlin's Inculcation and Example, 191. Priestley, John, and Dr. Franklin, 421.
Peel, Sir Robert, Queens College and Univ., 773. Primary Schools. Boston in 1826, 93.
Peers, Benjamin 0., in 1830, 336.

Principal of a College, 847.
Peddling, Made a literary Occupation, Alcott, 227. Princeton, Nassau Hall College in 1830, 323.
Pembroke College, Origin. Scholarships, 907.

Private Schools and Tenching, Early in Boston, 69. Peamanship, Griffith, Method in Boston, 79.

Privet-docent, in German Universities, 244, 649. Everett's Indebtedness to Master 'Tileston, 91.

American Observer, 648; French Estimate, 22. Penn, William, 321; Thomas, John, 484.

Privation, Privatissime, Applied to Lecturing, 643. Penniless Bench, in Salting Freshmen, 928. (473. Prize Scheme, as a Mutive Power, 91, 891. Pennsylvania, Educational Institutions in 1748-80, 441, Privileges, Academie, German, 211, 633. Elementary in 1830, 324; Academies, 324.

Probabilities, Estimation and Sifting, 873, 878. People, American and English, 374.

Profane Language by Students, Prideaux, 8.39. Permont, Ph lemon, Entreated to teach in 1636, 65. Professors in American Colleges in 18:30, 289-3.38. Pestalozzi, Followers in England, Greaves, 230. Professions and Occupations not to be Ignored, 202, Peters, Richard, Franklin's Academy, 473, 475. Progress, bilen of, Not found in Ancient Lit., 877. Pharmacy and Pharinaceutical Chemists, German, 253. Prohibitions and Penalties io Discipline, 394, 855, 910. Phemios, Homer's Teacher, 748.

Promotion in the Army, Principle and Modes, 365. Philosophy at Louvain, Logic, Physics, Moral, 804. Propugntion of the Gospel, Society for, 240. Philosophy, Natural and Morni, 857.

Property Taxation for Public Schools, Munn, 64. Logic, or the Science of Rensoning applied to, 859. Protestantisin and Classical Studies, 857. Ontology or Metaphysics, Pneumatology, 859. Providence, R. I., Schools as they were, 706. Philadelphin, Franklin's Proposals relat., Educa., 441. Schools and College in 18:30, 310, 311. Charity School, Aca lemy, College, 415.

Provost, Applied to Head of a College, 833, 905. Sketch of an English School 1749, 415.

American Use, 473, 489, 493. Observations relnting to in 1789, 418.

Prussin, Appropriation to Universities, 241. Smith William, Labors for a College, 489.

Legal Profession, Preparation, 643. Phillips, John, Professorship in Dartınouth Col., 278. Psalter, in American Schools, 101, 108, 153. Phillips Academy at Andover, Mass., in 1830, 305. Psychology and Teaching, Laurie, 217.

Exeter Acnderny, N. H., 295; Webster's Rec, 233. Public Act, a Commencement exercise, 817. Phillips, Wendell, on Ruggles Developing School, 262. Public Schools in England. Adam Sinith, 830. Phipps, Abner, Report o'i school-houses, Mass , 353. Public Examinations at Oxford, 886. Philosophy rersus Superstition us to Natural Phe., 85. Public University Lectures and Private Teach's, 838. Philosophy, School of, in Philadelphia Col., 1758, 480. Public Libraries, Everett, 92. Physics, how Taught, Ber'in, 230; Munich, 255. Puchen, Prof., Institutionen, 619. Physical Education and Training, 751.

Punishments, Public Schools and Univ., 79, 106, 910. Physicians, how they may do Good, Mather, 389. Puppets, Rattles, Universal Institutions, 741. Physiolozy and Laboratory, He delberg, 25.3.

Puritanical Strictness, Renctionary License. 839. Physiology and Psychology in Education, 215. Pusey Scholarship, Hebrew, Oxford, 863. 895. Pierce, Sarah, School for Girls at Litchfield, 312. Quaestor, in German University, 634. Pillans, J., University Chair at Edinburgh, 195. Qualifying Examinntion for Army, 368. Pinkerton, and Pinkerton Academy, N. H., 296. Quakers, Friends' School, Providence, 310. Pious or Charitable Uses, Doctrine, 606.

School Books, Fox's Spelling Book, 709. Pitt, William, Earl, Estimate of Franklin, 419. 420. Quarterly Register, Schools in U. S., Edward, 279-338. Pittsburg, Penn., Western University in 1830, 320. Quebec, Early Educational Institutions, 23. Pius V., Brief addressed to Jesuit Missionaries, 19. Notre Dame des Anges in 1638, Hotel Dieu 1639, 32. Plan of Life, Frunklin, 410; Edwards, 724.

Ursuline Convent and School, Little Seminary, 23. Plan of Legal Studies, Jefferson, 545.

Queens College, Oxford, Ancient Statutes, 833. Plans of School-houses, 353.

Queens College (now Rutgers), New Jersey, 323. Plato, on Education, 749.

Queens Colleges, Ireland, 773. Pliny, cited, Use of Wine, 732.

Quincy, Josiah, and Faculty of Harvard in 1830, 308. Plymouth Colony, School Policy, 59, 61.

Quintilian, on Corporal Punishment, 394, Politian, Teacher of Greek in Italy, 837.

Quiz, or Zig-zag Method of Review, Hart, 661.

Radcliffe, John, Oxford, 887.

Royal Institution of Great Britain, (continued.) Rale, Father, Dictionary of Abnaki Tongue, 21. Prospectus, Charter, By-hws &c., 1800, 583. Raleigh, Sir Walter, Advice to his Sun, 729.

Young, Davy, Faraday, Tyndal, 585. Choice of Wife, Friends, Servants, 730,

Ruggles, S. P., Plan of a Developing School, 257. Flatterers, Quarrels, Estate, 731.

School Shops, Discussions of Merits, 259. Riches and Poverty, Wine, Religion, 732.

Hale, Phillips, Wright, 260.

(592 Randnil, Heury S., Life of Jefferson, 513.

Rumford, Count, Benjamin Thompson, Mernoir, 561, Rate-Bill, or Tuition, in Free Schools, 97, 105, 118. Birthplace, School Life, Clerk, Tencher, 561, Rauch, F. A., Seminary at York. Penu., 3:27.

Major Thompson, Under Colonial Sec'y, Col., 546. Recollet Fathers, in Canada, Seminary in 1620, 21. Sir Benjamin Thompson, Count of Holy Rom., 570. Rector in Scuteh Universities, 684, 686.

Beneficent Work in Bavaria, Military Acad., 571. Read, Daniel, Ohio University, 337.

Military Work-house, Tramps and the Poor, 573. Reading in School, Utilized for nll Knowledge, 443. English Garden, Improvement in Kitchens, 578. Reading, an Amusement of Franklin, 440.

Royal Institution of Great Britain, Origin, 579. Reading and Writing, Franklin's School, 445.

Overtures for his Return to America, West'pl, 507. Readerships, in addition to Professorships, Oxford, 939. Benefactors to American Acad., of Science, 549. Readfield. Me., Wesleyan Seminary in 1830, 202. Bequest to Harvard College, Rumford Prof.. 597. Reckless Press, Evils of a, Hillhouse, 374.

Monuinent in English Garden, Munich, 592. Recrention, Social for Colleges, 654, 693, 694. Rumford, Countess, Rolfe and Rumsord Asylum, 568. Record of a Schol, Miss Peabody, A. B. Alcott, 231. Rumford Medal, Awards, 590. Reed, Deborah, Wife of Franklin, 411.

Rumford Professorship of Physical Science, 591. Reed, Governor of Penn., University, 492.

Running, and Runners in Grecian Games, 753. Reed, Tnpping, Law School at Litchfield, 315. Rural Schools and Country people, Rochow, 499. Regents of the University of New York, 317.

Russell, Samuel, Teacher in 1654, 152. Religion, nnd Religious Institutions, 778, 865, 897. Russell, and A. B. Alcott's School in Boston, 231. Webster's Claims for all Schools, 611.

Rustication in College Discipline, 910. Binney, Cure be given by Layinen, 610.

Rutgers College, New Jersey in 1830, 323. Gibbon's Experience nt Oxford, 864.

Sagan, Normal School of Felbiger, 509. Religious Liberty, Jefferson's Bill, 5:28.

Salamanca University, Alfonso X., 161. Religious Houses and Orders in England, 11, 828. Salaries, Principle of Adjusting University, 853, 862 Religious Oaths or Test for Professors, 778, 797.

Oxford, 887; German Universities, 256. Rekahn, Rochow Model School, 505.

(505. Salem, Mass , Early Public Schools, 97, 104. Young ChilIren attend one hour, Girls taught to sew, Notices of Tenchers, Books, for 100 years, 97. Difficulties explained Orully in advance, 505. Salting Freslimen, and Tucks to boot, 5 28.

Aim to m'ke Religious, and pructical men, 505. Sanborn, F. A., Memoir of A. Bronson Alcott, 225. Republics and Higher Education, 375.

Sanderson, Bishop, Idle Gentlemen and Beggars, 300. Repetition and Collateral Reading, 653.

Sandhurst Military Co lege in 1876, 363. Repitorium or Exegeticum, or Quiz examinntion, 660. Sandys, Sir Edwin, Virginin Education, 33. Research, Discovery nnd Diffusion, Rumford, 581. Saturday, Half or Whole Holiday, 84, 479. Research and Instruction, 218, 940.

Savigny. Elistory of Civil Law. 650.

(707 Residence in College, Requirements, Oxford, 999. Sayres, Mrs. and Miss, School teachers before 1800 Respo isions or Little Go, 'Oxford, 888, 893, 911. Scheplar, Luisa, Housekeeper of Oberlin, 192. Respondent and Opponent, 470, 818, 915, 921. Schimmelpennick, Grand Pensioner, 702, 704. Rewards for Diligence and Proficiency, Mather, 394. Scholars and Scholnrships, 789, 890, 906. Reverence due Superiors, 140.

Schools of Public Examination. Oxford.895. Reynolds, Dr., Funerul Discourse, cited, 390, 393. Classics, 835; Mathemntics, 896; Science, 296. Rhetoric, in Curriculum, 479.

Law, 897; Modern History, R997; 'Theology, 897, Ribbentropp, Professor at Göttingen. 602.

Schouls, American, as they were before 1800, Rich, Edmund, and St. Edmund's Hall Oxford, 827. Ct, 273; Mass., 91; N. A., 281; R. I., 707, 705. Rule of study and Life, 227.

School-houses. 91, 108, 708; Books, 73, 79, 100, 220 Richard de Bury Library, 821. 822.

Discipline. 708. Richard, Franklin's Poor, Alinunac, 412.

School, in Oxford University use, 897. Riches And Poverty, 732.

School Architecture, Old and New, 101, 153, 353. Rhode Island, Eirly Schools and Teachers, 705. Schultens, at Leyden in 1750, 692.

Channing's Reminiscences of Newport, 707. Schusterus, the Honest Lawyer, Epitaph, 390.
Staple's Annals of Providence, 706.

Science in Universities and Colleges, 249, 769, 787. Howland's Nirrativo, 713.

Science and Literature, 370. Educational Institutions 1830, 310.

Scotland, Superior Instruction, 673-692. Elementary, 310; Acadeinies, 310; College, 311. Knox's Plan of University Reform, 676. Richter, J. P., cited, 213, 215, 6-9, 690.

Differences in English and Scotch Institutions, 681 Riots, Town and Gowu, Oxford, 825.

Rectorship, Glasgow, Campbell's Incumbency, 696 Ritter, Prof., Mode of Lecturing. 637.

Scraping feet in Lecture room, 640. Rond and Bridge Building, Socinl Necessity, 180, Scriptures. Reading at Harvard, 140. Robinson Crusoe, much rend in N. E., prior 1820, 275. Seats and Desks as they were, 707. Rorhow, Von, Memoir, 497.

Secondary or Intermediate Schools, 681, 794. Educational Books and Work, 497, 503.

Seeds and Agricultural Implements, Oberlin, 182. Mo lét school for School Officers and Teachers, 555. Sell. Examination for the Root of any Sin, 725. Rochester, N. Y , Manual Labor School in 1830, 318. Self-Reliance and a Good Conscience, Gaston, 555. Rod, in N. England Schools prior to 1800, 79, 107, 111. Selling, W., Early Teacher of Greek in England, 636. Roelandsen, Adam, Early Teacher in Manhattan, 65. Seminaries, Female in 1830, 291 3.36. Rolfe, Benjarnin. Sarah Walker, 504.

Seminaries, Theological in U. s., in 1830, 291, 336. Rolfe and Rumford Charity at Concord, 528.

Senate, University, German, 212.
Roman Catholic Church, School and Education 19. Senex, Female Education before 1800, 273.
Roman Civil Law, 645, 651, 838.

Seneschallus, or High Steward, Oxford, 825.
Romance Reading, Jefferson, 550.

Sewing in School, and Sewing Schools, 506. Rote-learning and Teaching, 224.

Shairp, J. C., Balliol Scholars, a Reminiscence, 865. Roxbury, Free Grammar School, 121-128.

Shaw, Chief Justice, Hadley Hopkin's Foun., 155. Founders, Benefactors, and Teachers, 121.

Shen. 'John G., Catholic Missions to the Ind,, 18, 23. Blessing to Church and State, 126.

Sheldonian Theatre, Oxford, 839. Royal Institution of Great Britain, Early History. 579. Sherred, Educational Bequest, 321.

Count Rumford's Original Proposal in 1799, 579 Silesia, School Reforms, Frederic, Felbiger, 500.

Simeonites, the Schoolmasters of Israel, 398.

Support of Public Schools and Universities, 853. Slavery. Dangers to be Apprehended, Gnston 1830, 558. Tuition Fees, 135, 236, 887; Taxation, 155. Small, Prof, Jeilerson's Teacher and Adviser, 514. Annual Subsidies, 211; Endowments, 678, 887. Smith, Adam, Menoir, 852.

Supposition and Opposition, in Col., Disputes, 848. Strictures on Universities in Wenlth of Nations, 853. Surgery and Medicine, Degrees, 997. Smith, Sophis, Memoir and Benefactions, 617. Swieten, Gerhard Von, Maria Theresa Reforms, 512. Sinith College for Females, Northampton, Mass., 621: Symmes, Benj., Legacy to Free Schools, Va., 1634, 54. Smith Charities and their founder, Oliver Sunith, 622 Talking and Teaching, 7, 224. Smith, Goldwin, University of Oxford, 817. Tappan, James, Letter of Daniel Webster, 288.. Sinith, William, Provost of College, Phil., 473-436. Taxation for School Purposes, 64. Mirainia and Ideal College, 1754, 475, 483.

Trylor, Sir Robert, and the Taylor Buildings; 889. Mechanics' School, Latin School, College, 476. Taylor Scholarships, Modern Lang., Oxford, 890. Achdemy in Phils., Studies in 1758, 481.

Teacher, Dignity of Office, 218. Collections made in Englund in Aid of College, 484. Teacher and Parents, 219, 387. Part taken in the Revolution, 490.

Teaching. Its Ends and Menns, Calderwood, 13. University of Pennsylvanin originnted, 493. Tenching for the purpose of Learning. 654.

Work in Md., American Philosophical Society. 494 Tenching, Defects in Existing, Meiklejohn, 220.
Smith of Maudlin, a Non-Rending Man, 914. (852 Encyclopedism and Abridgment, 220.
Snell Scholarships at Oxford, for Scotch Students, 674, Reliance on Books in place of Living Presence, 24.
Sucial Intercourse, Educating Power, 275, 812.

Mechanicul Routine, 224.
Socrates, on ll usehold Economy and Education, 755. Inculcntion and Telling, without Interrogation, 224.
Socritic Method, Franklin's Adoption, 407.

Telling versus Edlucing, 234. Solitude and Silence, Time for, 237.

Tempus in German University use, 638. Sophronistae, Iuspectors at Athens, 747.

Tennessee, Educational Institutions in 1830, 335. South Carolina, Educational Institutions, 1830, 332. Tennyson, Trinity Coilege Revisited, 942. South Hanover College, Indiana, 337.

Terins for Academical Exercises, Oxford, 904. Spain and Spanish Pedagogy, 161-175, 339.

Terms of Reside'ice and Standing, 911. Alfonso X, Code of 1254, 161.

'Terrae Filis, the University Joker, 917. Universities. Studium Generale, City, Special. 16). Scandaluus Performances in 1669, 918, 922. Loyola, Constitution respecting Instruct.0:1, 163. Text Books, College and Schools, Defects, 223, 278. Vives, Meinoir and Pedagogy. 339.

Thayer, G. F., Chauncey Hall School, 305. Missios und Schools for the Indians, 17.

Theological Seminaries in U. S.. in 1830, Sparta and Spartan Education. Nurses, 739.

Connecticut, 315; Maine, 291; Mass., 309. Special School and Training, Norrowing Tend., 197. N. Humpshire, 396 ; N. Jersey. 3:23; N. York, 321. Spelling Trught incidentally by writing. 445.

Ohio, 337; Penn., 326; Vermont, 301. Spelling Book, when first Introduced, 153, 172. Thery of Elucation, Instruction, 689. 690. Sports and Pastimes for Children in Greece, 739. Things and Words, Relative Claims of, 872. (900. St. Albans Hnil, Oxford, 108.

Thirty-nine Articles and Book of Coin. Prayer, 864, St. Andrews University, 2:20, 675.

Thomns Aquinas, uod Bonaventura, 825. St. Barnabas Dav at Oxford, $24.

'Thornbury, W., Smith of Maudlin, 944. St, Cntharine+ Colege, Cambridge, 106.

Thurber, Suinnel, Schools in Prov., as they were, 706. St. Edmunds Hall, Oxford, 908.

Tilestone, Master, Everett's Tribute to, 91. St. Frideswide Priory and Church, 819.

'Time, Distribution for Study and Play, 550. St. Johns College, Annapolis, Md., 328.

Town, Taxation for School purposes, 60, 106. St. Johns Coluge, Cambridge, 932.

Toys and other Children's Sports in Greece, 739. Property. Incoine, and Expenditure, 932.

Trade or Business, Every boy should know, 388. St. Julins Co lege, Oxford, Origin, Resources, 957. Training Col., of Eng., 195; Univ., Chairs, 195. St. John, Munners and Customs, Ancient Greece, 737. Trask, A. B., Schools of Dorchester, 105. St. Leonards Co lege, St. Andrews, 675.

Travel, Suggestions and Experience of, 518, 860. St. Martins Belut Oxford, 825.

Tramps or Vagrants, Ruinford's Treatment, 573. St. Marys Church, Oxford. 823.

Transcendentalism in New England, 232. St. Marys Alli, Oxford. 618. 909.

Trinity, or Art Term. 904. St. Scholasticn's Day. Riot at Oxford, 823.

Trinity College, Oxford, Origin, Resources, 907. Staff Officers, Special Scho 1, 363, 367.

'Trinity College, Hartford, Conn., Washingt 313 Sunnhope Prize. History, Oxford, 824.

Troy, New York, Mrs. Willard's Seminary, 318. Standing and Residence, Time or Terms, 892. (9.58. Trouncing, How done, 79. Standing in Quadrngesima, Determining Ques., *923, Tuition in Early Frec schools of N. England, 99. 127. Staples, Annals of Providence, 700.

Tucks in the Ceremony of Salting Freshmen, 929. State nnd Parents, Children's Studies, 502.

Turpin, Schoolmasters in Providence in 1830, 334, State and Education, 23. 63, 502.

Turgot, the Franklin Motto, 414.
Sterne, cited, Small Conte ies of Life, 735.

Tuscaloosa, State University in 1830, 334.
Statutes, A'cient College, Specimens of, 139. Tutor, Regular College, 887; Private, 887.
Stille, Dr., Memoir of William Smith, 473-481, Unattached Stodents at Oxford, 911.
Stone, Edwin M., Life of John Howland, 715.

Censor, Delegates, Lodgings, 911.
Student Life, University and College, 6211, 683, 918. Unconscious Tuition or Influence, 585, 865, 870.
Swart, Moses, and Faculty of Andover Sem., 310. Undergraduntes, Classification,
Story, Justice, Decision in Girard Will Case, 615. Noblemen, Commoners, Servitors, Bible Clerk, 902.
Studium Generale, Defined by Alfonso's Code, 161. Resident, Non-Resident, Intern or Extern, 799.
Stude'ts, Extern, Intern. Resident, Non-Res., 799. Bajans, Magistrand, Semis, Bachelors, 678.
Studies and Conduct, Advice by Eminent men, Called by their Surname at Harvard, 141.
Edwards, 721.

Jefferson, 514. 548. Academic Costume, 90). Franklin, 733.

Mather, 385.

Reverence and good Manners ordained, 141. Gaston, 551.

Raleigh, 729.

Union College, Faculty in 1830, 319. Hillhouse, 369.

Wirt. 735.

United States of America, Consti., Convention, 426. Study. Method with Pen in hand, 721.

Colonial Legislation and Action, 17, 33, 59. Subscription to a Religious Test, 737, 900.

Schools as they were prior to 1800, 273, 705. Subscriptions, one Item of Students Expense, 912. Schools and Colleges in 1836, Edwards, 283-338. Suicide and Simony at Oxford in 1680, 840.

State or City Superintendent, County Inspector, 338. Suffrage, calls for Education, Universal, 374, 428, 882. Universal History, as a Reading Book, 444. Sullivan, Prof., Irish Catholic Education, 793.

Universals, Nominalists and Realists, 805. Supervision of Schools, by Oberlin, 188.

University College, Oxford, 823, 828, 907.

University and Gymnasium, Intermediate, 694. Waterhouse, T, First Teacher in Dorchester, 109. University Life, Glimpses and Peculiarities,

Waterville College, Me., in 1830, 993. English, 681, 839, 810, 847, 950.

Watson, Caleb, Teacher at Hadley and Hartford, 15L German, 241, 249, 625; Greek, Ancient, 759. Wayland, Francis, and Faculty of Brown Laiv., 311. Trish, 773, 793; Scotch, 675, 641.

Waynflete, Founder of Magdalen College, $34. Universities and Colleges, Individual,

Wealth of Nations, Chapter on Universities, 453. Athens, 759.

Geo., at Athens, 334. Wealth, Debilitating Influence on the Hill, 853.
Berlin, 250.
Harvard, 307, 145.

Acquisition and Possession, 378.
Brown, 249, 311.
Hamilton, 318.

Webster, Daniel, Autobiography, 282.
Bowdoin, 294.
N. Carolina, 332.

School and Early Life, Aspirations, 289.
Catholic of Irel., 793. N. J., Princeton, 323. Teaching and Professional Study. 26.
Columbia, 320.

Penn., at Phila., 327. Letter to his early Teacher, Master Tappan, 286. Dublin and Trinity,613. S. Carolina, 332.

Religious Element in Schools and Education, 611. Dartmouth, 297, 277. Union, 913.

Webster, Ezekiel, 91, 281, 285.
Edinburgh, 674.

Virginia, 332, 539. Webster, Noah, Spelling Book, 153, 707, 709.
Glasgow, '675.
Wash., Trinity, 313. Wedderburo And Dr. Frnoklin, 4]7.

(207. Göttingen, 230. Wesleyan, 312

Wentworth, Governor, Gift to Dr. W'heelock's Col. Heidelberg, 253,

Wm., and Mary, 535. Western Reserve College. Hudson, O., in 1630, 31€. Leipsic, 232. Yale, 314.

Wesley, John, at Christ Church College, Cam., 927. Munich, 255. Zurich, 256.

Wesleyan University at Middletown in 1830, 312. Oxford, 801-912.

Wethersfield, Sent of Yale College, 450. Universities and Colleges in United States, 299-338. Westfield Academy in 1830, 304.

1913. Universities, originally Dernocracies, 813.

Westminster School, and Ch.. Church Col. Oxford, Upham, C. W., Benj., Thompson's School keeping, 562. Westpoint Military Academy, Count Rontord, Bd. Ursulines, Early School for Girls in Canada, 1639, 22. Whipping. Authorized and Applied in Univ., 132. Useful Knowleilge Society, Franklin's Plan, 437. Whitinsville Graded School House, 557. Expansion into Broughain's Society, 438.

White Canons, or Augustininns, 26.

(217. Usher, Archbishop, the New Commandment, 92. Will, Free, Coöperating with henlthy bodily Volition, Usher in Free or Grammar Schools, 77.

Wideman, Prof., at Carlsrube, 255. Vacation and Term, Oxford, 904, 909.

Wigs of Fellows, College Barber, 927.
Vagrants, Tramps, Rumford's Treatment, 573. Wife, Choice of, Raleigh's Advice to bis fon, 729.
Children, if any, Educated, 575.

Will, Edwards on, Estimation, 34.
Vaill, Joseph, Early Student of Dartmouth, 279. Wilbraham, Wesleyan Seminary in 1930, 3C4.
Van der Palin, Memoir, 691.

William of Durham, University College, 128, 831. Middleburg Museum, Lyceum Duties, 696.

Wilson, R. G., Ohio University in 1830. 337. Services to National Education, Inspector, 702. Willinm and Mary College, Foundation, 57. Venable, Charles, University of Virginia, 543.

Jefferson's Plon of Reorganization, 535. Venerable Society, Gospel in Foreign Parts, 239. Faculty and Condition in 1830, 331. Veritas, Motto of Harvard College, 133.

Williams College in 1830, 306. Vernacular, Uniforin Spelling, 703.

William of Waynflete, Mogdulen College. 834. Vermont, Educational Institutions in 1830, 299. Williams, Roger, Experience as a Teacher, 706.

Elementary, 299 ; Acndemies, 299; Colleges, 300. Willard, Mrs. Emma, Seminary nt Troy, 313. Vicarious Punishinent in Scho's, 69.

Winthrop, John, First mention of Free Schools, 121. Vire, Associations for Discountenancing, 438. Wine, 732; Wine Parties at Cambridge, S41. Cotton Mather's Plan for in 1710, 391.

Women, Education and Accomplishments, 273, 755. Vice-Chancellor, in English Universities, 885.

Wonder and Curiosity of Children, W24. Vine Culture, in Kindermann's School, 505.

Wood, Anthony, cited, 815, 839.
Virginia, Earliest Efforts to establish a Col., 1619, 33. Wood, Alva, Alabama University, 334.

Free School, Copeland, Ferrar's Bequest, 1621, 41, 54. Wood, Samuel, Webster's Teacher, 2-4.
Donation by Dust and Asbes in 16:20, 37.

Woodbridge, William, Dictionary, 273.
Peasley's Bequest to a Free School 1625, 56. (44. Reminiscences of Female Education before 1800.973
Brinsley, John, Consolation for our Gram., School, Woodlock, Rector of Irish Catholic University, F00.
Symmes, Benj., Legacy for a Free School, 1034, 55. Woolwich Royal Military Acadeiny, College, 304
James Blair, William nnd Mary

Woodmansey, Boston Latin School in 1650, 67, 650. Jefferson's Plan of Reorganizntion, 535.

Worcester College, Oxford, Origin, Scholarships, 907. Governor Berkeley's answer to Bard of Trade, 55. Words, Excessive Attention tv, in Education, 873. System of Pub., Instruction proposed, Preamble, 533. Wordsworth, University life in 18th Century, $25. University of Virginin, Jefferson's Work, 539. Wordsworth, W., Kings College Chupel, 941.

Educational Institutions in 1830, 332 ; 1876, 544, Ode to Oxford, 941. Visitation of Schools by Cleroy men, 389.

Work and Study, Manual Labor Schools in 1830, 990. Vitelli, Cornelius nt Oxford, Teacher of Linacre, 837. Workshop and Schotil unitel, Ruggles, 257. Vives, Memoir nnd Educational Views, 339.

Work house for able-bodied Puor, Munich, 574. Von Tromp, Adiniral, at Oxford, 841.

Wrestling and other Exercises in Greece, it Von Rochow, Memoir, 495.

Wright, Elizur, on School Shops, 209. School Books, Teachers, Schools, 496.

Writing and Thinking, 723. Model School at Reknhn, 504.

Wyse, Sir Thomas, Irish Catholic University, 798 Educational Publications, and Rest, 507.

Wythe, George, Jefferson's Character, 519.
Von Zedlitz, School Board, 501.

Xenophon, Economics of Good Husbandry, 755.
Wadham College, Oxford, Origin, Endowments, 907. Yale College, Condition in 1714, 449.
Walbnch, Scene of Oberlin's Labors, 177.

Additions to Library in 1717, 451.
Wolker, Timothy, and Count Rumford, 564.

Berkeley Scholarships, Johnson's Agency, 463 471. Walter de Merton, and Merton College, 826, 829. Yeomen Bedels, Oxford, 901. Walter de Staplerion, and Exeter College, 832. Young, Professor, and Royal Institution, 585. War, Horrors and Evils Modified by Franklin, 425. Young, J. C., Center College, Danville, Ky., 336. Wardlaw, St. Andrers University, 675.

Young Men, Associations for Mutual Improvem't, 38. Warner, Scotch Exhibitions nt Oxford, 852.

Zedlitz, Minister Von, Tenchers for Royal Schools, 501. Warton. Thomas, Progress of Discontent, 844. Zoology, Collections in, at leidelberg. 255. Washington, Synonym of every Virtue, Gaston, 554. Zurich, University and Polytechnicum. 255. Washington's Sword, Presentation by Adams, 436 Prof. Zeuner, Department of Civil Engineering, 256. Wnshington College, at Hartford in 1830, 313. Zwickau, Saxony, Free Mining School, 252.

Lexington, Va., 331.

llege, 58.

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