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I. AMERICAN EDUCATIONAL BIOGRAPHY,

225-240

1. A. BRONSON ALCOTT,

225

· II. JOHN CARTER BROWN,

237

III. THOMAS BRAY AND PAROCHIAL LIBRARIES,

289

II. INTERNATIONAL ESTIMATE OF NATIONAL SYSTEMS, 241-256

I. FRENCA VIEW OF THE GERMAN UNIVERSITY,

241

UNIVERSITY ORGANIZATION-INSTRUCTORS-COST,

242

LIBERTY OF INSTRUCTION—FORM, PLACE, AND METHODS, 246

II. ENGLISH VIEW OF GERMAN SCIENCE CULTURE,

240

BONN-BERLIN-GÖTTINGEN-FREIBERG-LEIPSIC,

250

MUNICH-ZURICH-CARLSRUHE-HEIDELBERG,

255

III. SPECIAL TRAINING SCHOOLS FOR TRADES,

257-272

1. PLAN OF S. P. RUGGLES FOR BOSTOX,

257

DEVELOPING SCHOOL, OR TEST EXERCISES,

257

SCHOOL SHOPS,

261

11. REMARKS OF WENDELL PHILLIPS—DR. HALE,

267

IV. AMERICAN SCHOOLS AS THEY WERE PRIOR TO 1800, - 273-288

1. REMINISCENCES OF FEMALE EDUCATION BY SENEX,

273
11. COLLEGE LIFE AT DARTMOUTH UNDER PRES. WHEELOCK, 277

III. SCHOOLS IN DOVER, N. H., IN 1792, DR. BELKNAP,

281

div. SCHOOLS AND TEACHERS OF DANIEL WEBSTER,

V. EDUCATIONAL SYSTEMS & INSTITUTIONS about 1830, 289-338

INSTRUCTION,

289

SCHOOLS-ACADEMIES-COLLEGES-SEMINARIES,

290

MAINE-NEW HAMPSHIRE-VERMONT,

291

MASSACHUSETTS-RHODE ISLAND-CONNECTICUT,

303

NEW YORK-NEW JERSEY-PENNSYLVANIA,

316

MARYLAND-DELAWARE-DIST. OF COLUMBIA-VIRGINIA, 328

NORTH CAROLINA -SOUTH CAROLINA-GEORGIA,
FLORIDA-LOUISIANA-TENNESSEE-KENTUCKY,
On10-INDIANA-MICHIGAN TERRITORY,

GENERAL RESULTS FOR THE WHOLE COUNTRY,

VI. SPANISH PEDAGOGY, Continued,

339–352

LUDOVICUS VIVES-MEMOIR AND VIEWS,

339

VII. SCHOOL ARCHITECTURE,

353-362

PROGRESSIVE DEVELOPMENT OF IMPROVEMENTS,

353

1. PLANS FOR RURAL AND VILLAGE SCHOOLS,

353

II. PLANS FOR CITIES,

357

VIII. MILITARY SCHOOLS AND EDUCATION,

353-368

1. MILITARY SCHOOLS AND INSTRUCTION IN ENGLAND,

363

STAFF COLLEGE-MILITARY ACADEMY-MILITARY COLLEGE, 363

PROMOTION-SPECIAL MERIT-COMPETITION-SENIORITY,

365

IX. STUDIES AND CONDUCT. Second Series,

309_400

1. LITERATURE AS A PROFESSION. By James A. Hillhonse,

II. BONIFACIUS, OR ESSAYS TO DO GOOD. By Cotton Mather, 385

HOW EVERY MAN MAY DO GOOD TO SOMEBODY,

387

PARENTS-MINISTERS-LAWYERS-SCHOOL-MASTERS,

387

CHURCHES-MAGISTRATES-ASSOCIATED LABORS,

391

III. A GOOD SCHOOL-MASTER, EZEKIEL CHEEVER,

391

X. BENJAMIN FRANKLIN,

· 431-418

MEMOIR-SERVICES TO HIS COUNTRY,

401

LAST WILL-BEQUEST TO BOSTON AND PHILADELPHIA,

433
SCHOOL MEDAL FUND—YOUNG MARRIED MECHANICS' FUND, 435

WASHINGTON'S SWORD AND FRANKLIN'S STAFF,

THE JUNTO-DEBATES-LECTURES-LIBRARY,

437

AMERICAN PHILOSOPHICAL SOCIETY,

420

PROPOSALS RELATING TO THE EDUCATION OF YOUTH,

411

FRANKLIN'S IDEAL OF AN ENGLISH SCHOOL IN 1749,

415

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CONTENTS OP NIYBER SETEN.

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July, 1877.

I. AMERICAN EDUCATIONAL BIOGRAPHY,

- 419 436

I. SAMUEL JOHNSON, D. D.,

419-472

MEMOIR-PUBLICATIONS -KINGS COLLEGE,

419

DEAN BERKELEY AND YALE SCHOLARSHIP-DR. FRANKLIN,

468

469

PRES. CLAP AND LIBERTY OF WORSHIP IN YALE COLLEGE,

BERKELEY SCHOLARSHIP AND PRIZES,

472

II. WILLIAM SMITH, D. D.,

473-493

MEMOIR-THE ACADEMY AND COLLEGE OF PHILADELPHIA, 473

PLAN OF THE COLLEGE OF MIRANIA,

475

ACADEMY AND COLLEGE AT PHILADELPHIA,

480

COLLECTIONS IN ENGLAND FOR THE COLLEGE,

484

LEGISLATIVE INTERFERENCE WITH THE COLLEGE,

491

UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA,

493

II. GERMAN EDUCATIONAL REFORMERS, Continued, 497-512

I. EBERHARD VON ROCHOW,

497

IMPROVED SCHOOL BOOKS,

497

II. FERDINAND KINDERMANN,

509

SCHOOL REFORMS IN BOHEMIA-INDUSTRIAL ELEMENT,

509

III. VON SWIETEN,

512

SECONDARY SCHOOL REFORMS IN AUSTRIA,

512

YIL. THOMAS JEFFERSON,

513–544

1. MEMOIR-POLITICAL ACTIVITY,

513

DECLARATION OF INDEPENDENCE,

521

SUMMARY OF SERVICES TO VIRGINIA AND THE NATION, 534

11. EDUCATIONAL WORK,

537

UNIVERSITY OF VIRGINIA,

539

IV. STUDIES AND CONDUCT, Second Series,

515-560

1. THOMAS JEFFERSON-ADVICE TO YOUNG MEN,

545

II. WILLIAM GASTON-PUBLIC LIFE,

551

V. BENJAMIN THOMPSON-COUNT RUMFORD,

561-592

MEMOIR-DIVERSIFIED ACTIVITY,

501

EXPERIENCE AS A TEACHER-MARRIAGE,

502

COL. BENJAMIN THOMPSON-UNDER-COLONIAL SECRETARY,

567

Sir BENJAMIN THOMPSON-CONTINENTAL LIFE,

569

COUNT RUYFORD-MINISTER OF THE INTERIOR AT MUNICH, 571

MILITARY SCHOOL-REORGANIZATION OF ARMY,

575

MODE OF DEALING WITH MENDICANCY AND THE POOR,

577

ROYAL INSTITUTION-SCIENCE AND THE ARTS-GREAT BRITAIN,

581

RUMFORD PROFESSORSHIP AT HARVARD COLLEGE,

591

VI. STEPHEN GIRARD AND HIS WILL,

- 593-616

MEMOIR–MARINER-MERCHANT-BANKER,

593

LAST WILL-LEGAL ADJUDICATION,

599

HORACE RINNEY-CHARITABLE TRUSTS,

001

DANIEL WEBSTER-RELIGIOUS INSTRUCTION,

JUSTICE STORY-DECISION OF SUPREME COURT,

615

VII. SMITH COLLEGE FOR FEMALES AND ITS FOUNDEZ, 617-621

1. Miss SOPHIA SMITH, HATFIELD, Mass.,

617

VIII. THE SMITH CHARITIES, -

- 022-624

IX, AMERICAN STUDENTS AT FOREIGN UNIVERSITIES, - 625-688

I. PRINCETON GRADUATE AT GÜTTENGEN AND BERLIN,

625

GERMAN UNIVERSITY TOWN-STUDENT DOMESTIC LIFE,

026

MATRICULATION FEES-LECTURES--LEGITIMATION,

SELECTION OF LECTURES-GERMAN LECTURE SYSTEM,

635

STUDY OF LAW AT GÜTTENGEN AND BERLIN,

641

RECREATION-CRAMMING-EXAMINATION-DEGREE,

65+

II. HARVARD VALEDICTORIAN AT CAMBRIDGE,

673

A DAY WITH A PENSIONER OF TRINITY COLLEGE,

DINNER-TRINITY STREET-CHAPELS—PROCTORIZING,

ATHLETIC SPORTS-CRICKET-ROWING-BOAT RACING,

EXAMINATIONS-PREPARING FOR –CONDUCT OF,

CEREMONY OF TAKING A DEGREE-MEANS OF DISCIPLINE,

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HARTFORD:
OFFICE OF AMERICAN JOURNAL OF EDUCATION.

1878.
REESE LIBRARY
UNIVERSITY

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