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CURRY AND CO., DUBLIN; OLIPHANT, EDINBURGH,

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OHN TAYLOR, JUN., PRINTER, COLCHESTER.

CONTENTS OF VOL. I.

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ORIGINAL PAPERS:-

Page.

Introductory Address .........

Moral and Physical Condition of the Manual-Labour Class ...........

Christian Philanthropy .............................

Christian Union ..........

Religious and Moral Instruction in England ................................

Schools of Industry ........

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Self-Supporting Dispensaries ..........

Education in England.-No. 1. The Infant System .......

The Manufacturing Population; their Moral, Social, & Physical Condition

Pestalozzi, and his System ...,

Loan Funds .........

Education in England.—No. 2. The National System

136

The Interrogative System Illustrated ............ ..................... 146–240

The Union of Scientific Knowledge with Religious Instruction............ 152

The Influence of Females .......

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The Children's Friend Society, and Brenton's Establishment................ 161

British Schoolmasters

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168

Normal Schools of Prussia .......

173

Education in England.—No. 3. The British System ............... 201

The Progress of Civilization, and Means of Improving the People......... 225

The Use and Influence of Poetry in Education

Colonade Reading Room ........

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Emmanuel Fellenberg, and the Hofwyl System ..................... 265—361

The Abuse of Charitable Institutions.........

281

Visiting the Poor ..................................................................... 289

Lessons on Numbers ....

317

National Education in Ireland

345

Utility of the Greek and Roman Classics in Education ..................... 367

The Blessings of Education ..................

377

The Importance of Mental Philosophy, as Connected with Education.... 389

ORIGINAL POETRY :-

The Bible. By Bernard Barton ..

Religion not Local. By Bernard Barton...............

Spiritual Melody ...............

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An Evening Rhapsody. By William Martin ...........

The Air Balloon and Diving Bell. By Bernard Barton

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The Restoration of the Nobleman's Son. St. John, c. 4............

The Village Church .........................................

280

On the Death of Clapperton, the American Traveller ............... 280

Holy Solitude ..........

286

On the Death of William Wilberforce ........

375

The School-Boy's Cry .....................

The Churchyard .....................

392

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SPIRITUAL SONGS FOR YOUNG CHRISTIANS:

A Morning Song. By William Martin

“ Blessed are they that mourn, for they shall be comforted.” By Ber-

nard Barton ...........

90

How Sweet it is in Peace to Dwell. By William Martin..

91
Hymn of the Grave. By William Martin ............
God Faithful in Affliction ................................

152
In Tribulation ...............................................................

250
In Joy or Sorrow let us Pray .............

286
Hymn .........
A Holy Tear .....

288
All Seasons bring Peace to the Godly

410
Love of God'.....................

411
Thou God seest me .....

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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE:-

Self-Supporting Schools ............

133

On Teaching Arithmetic............

178
British and Foreign Schools ......

195
Agricultural Schools ........

195
Savings Banks and Loau Funds.......
Infant Schools .......

412
Instruction in Etymology .......
Stoat's System ............ .................................................

415
The Art of Composition .........

416
PUBLIC DOCUMENTS:-
Report of the Select Committee on the State of Education........
Infant Schools ............

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REVIEWS AND NOTICES OF BOOKS :-

Necessity of Popular Education as a National Object, with Hints on the

Treatment of Criminals, and Observations on Homicidal Insanity... 33

Practical Results of the Workhouse System, as adopted at the Parish of

Great Missenden, Bucks, during the Years 1833-34 ; with Remarks

on the Principal Details of the System, and the Benefits arising to

the Poor from the Limitation of Charitable Efforts, to the Encou-

ragement of Industrious and Provident Habits...... ..................... 41

Report of the State of Public Instruction in Prussia, addressed to the

Count de Montalivet, Peer of France, Minister of Public Instruc-

tion and Ecclesiastical Affairs..................................................

The Father's Book; or, Suggestions for the Government and Instruction

of Young Children in Christian Principles .............

The Intellectual Calculator; or, Manual of Practical Arithmetic .........

Flowers of all Hue........

Lectures at Home.........................................

Revocation of the Edict of Nantes, and its Consequences to the Protest-

ant Churches of France and Italy ..........

Spain Yesterday and To-day ....

56

The East Indians at Selwood; or, The Orphan's Home............... 56

The Geographical Planesphere .........

A Visit to the Banks of Jordan .........................

57

Memoir of Felix Neff, Pastor of the High Alps, and of his Labours

among the French Protestants of Dauphiné; a Remnant of the

Primitive Churches of Gaul ...........

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