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Education Defined, Paley, 17.
Parr, 17.
Pope, 14.
Ramsden, 17, 19.
Ruskin, 19.
Shakspeare, 11.
Short 13.
South 13.
Spencer, 388.
Whately, 18.
Whewell, 11
Whichcote, 13.
Wotton, 12.
ducation, kinds.
Abstract, 375.
Agriculturul, 191, 337.
Academic, 163.
Collegiate, 167.
Einpirical, 376.
Governmental, 431.
Home 256.
Industrial, 199, 336.
Intuitional, 377.
Inevitable, 377.
Natural, 19, 373.
Privute, 213.
Public, 131, 145.
Pleusurable, 376.
Real and verbal, 87.
Rational, 376.
Rote, 372.
Rule, 372.
Self-developing, 376.
Education, Processes.

Building, 131.
Direction, 18.
Development, 11.
Drawing out, 11.
Grafting, 18, 101.
Growth, 16.
Habits, 13.
Husbandry, 132.
Obedience to Law, 13.
Preparation, 15.
Restraint, 18.
Self-activity, 376.
Soundness of Miod and Body, 226.

Sculpture, 16.
Edward VI., 30.
Elizabeth, Queen, 28, 31, 69.
Elmer, Teacher of Lady Jane Grey, 32.
Emulation, 144.
Encouragement, 244, 290.
English Langunge, 327, 328.
English Law, 3:26.
Epitome, 75, 138.
Epistolary Composition, 327.
Ergastula Literaria, 200.
Esteem of Others, 62. 222, 245.
Eton College, Gruy's Ode on, 431
Ethics, 325.
Example, 256, 263, 266, 448.
Excuses, 296.
Excursions into the Country, 187.
Exercise, Physicul, 37.

Ascham, 37.
Locke, 335.
Milton, 185.

Spencer, 350.
Experience, 366.
Piye, The, 135.
Familiarity of Parent and Child, 273.
Family Management, 393.

Fear as a Motive to Study, Ascham, 62.

Knowledge necessary to Learning, 393.
Physical Welfure, 393.
Moral

393.
Mental

396.
fancy, or Artificial Craving, 277.
atty Matter in Food, 346.
'ear as a Motive to Study, 63.

Locke, 264.
Feet, Treatment of, 228.
Fellenberg, 377.
Fellow Commoner, 168.
Female Education, 28.

Queen Elizabeth, 29.
Countess of Pembroke, 29.

Lady Jane Grey, 63.
Fencing, in Military Academy, 185.

Locke, 335.
Feruls, 405.
Fiction, Works of, without religious principle, 119.
Field Sports, for Literary Men, 42.
Fishing, as Recreation, 41, 43.
Fool-hardiness, 283.
Food for Children, 345.

Excess and Restriction, 343.
Quality, 347.
Quantity, 347.

Variety, 348
Forcing System, 372.
Form, 381.
Fortification, 183.
French Language, 311.
Friendship and Confidence of the Child, 973.
Fruit, 346.

Locke, 234.
Spencer, 346.
Fuller, T., Memoir, 403.

Holy State, cited, 43.
Recreation, 43.

The Good Schoolmaster, 403.
Galen, 27, 40.

Value of Active Amusements, 40.

Deprecates excessive attention to Music, 27.
Galleries of Paintings, 203.
Games, 350
Gardening, 337.
Gedike, 220.
Geography, 323.
Geology, 120.
Geometry, 383.

Ascham, 27.
Milton, 183.
Petty, 201.
Locke, 313, 324.
Spencer, 383.
Wyse, 383.
Primary, 383.
Empirical. 384.
Gilfillan, 416.
Gill, A., Teacher of Milton, 164.

Logonomia Anglica, 164.
Girls, Education of, 270, 350.

Petty, 207.
Spencer, 350.
Physical Exercises for, 350.
Plays and Pastimes, 350.
Forcing System, 354.

Crabbe, 458.
Globes, 324.
Gnosticism, Modern, 102.
Goblins and Demons, 297.
God, the Love and Reverence of, 297.
Goethe, on Bacon's Method, 89.
Good Breeding. 139, 251, 299.

in Tutor or Teacher, 267.
Good Nature, 298.
Government of Children, 265, 371.

Complex and Difficult, 371.

Knowledge for, required, 371.
Governor, or Private Tutor, 265.

Qualifications and Duties of, 267.
Graning of a Tree, and Education, 100.
Grammar, when and why Taught, 317.

Ascham, 70, 74.
Locke on, 316.

Spencer, 373.
Grant, Dr., 23

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Gray, T., Memoir, 426.

Ode on Eton College, 428.

Education and Goveroment, 431.
Greek Langunge, 25, 166, 182, 332.

Proverb, Love of Learning, 15.
Grey, Lady Jane, 33.

Interview with Ascham, 32.
Compliment to her Teacher, 32.

Letter of Ascham in Greek, 33
Grote, J., 18.

Definition of Education, le
Growth, Expenditure of Vitality in, 347.

Jesuite, Schools of, 91.
Jews, German, hardy Habits of, 229.
Johnson, S., 15.

Power of Babit, 99.
Criticism and Strictures on Milton, 151
Love of Learning, 15.

Studies to be pursued by Youth, 152.
Joinery, 337.
Judgment not exercised by Mathematics, 114.
Justice, Love and Practice of, 281.

of Nature's Law of Discipline, 368.
Juvenile Discipline, 357.

Nature's Law of Reaction, 358.
Illustrations, 361.

Consequences, 362.
Juvenile Good Conduct, 368.

Too Much Expected, 368.
Kepler, 78.
Knowledge, Desire of, 15, 17, 61, 279.

Is Power, 95.
of our own Ignorance, 106.
Value of a Little, 107.
of the World, for a Tutor, 269.

For n Youth, 270.
Continuously Pleasurable, 386.
Relative Value of, 388.
For Self-Preservation, 389.
" Industrial Success, 389.
" Rearing a Family, 393.
" Physical Training, 393.
Moral

394.
Meutal

395.
Functions of a Citizen, 396.
Enjoyment of Nature, 398.

Discipline of Faculties, 399.
Labor, Lycurgus on, 42.
La Bruyere, on the Study of Languages, 332

On Politeness, 218.
Lacedæmonians, 42.
Lalor, J., Education Defined, 20.
Language, Learning a new, 70, 311.

Why Learned, 316.
Languages, Ancient, 332, 398.

Modern, 398.
Latin Language, 70, 220, 322.

and Development, Antagonisni of, 353.
Gymnastics and Plays, 351.
Habit, Force of, 12, 13, 14, 249.
Habits, Necessity of Forming, 16, 248.

Formed Insensibly, 99.
Hadden, W., 54.
Happiness, a Tonic, 351.

A Test of Utility, 376.
Hardening Process, Locke on, 229.

Spencer, 348.
Hardiness, 286.
Harris, J., 16.
Hartgrave, 405.
Hartlib, s., 178, 189, 190.

Preface to Plan of College, 191.
Plan of College of Husbandry Learning, 192.

Office of Public Address, 199.
Hend, Covering of, 227.
Health, 226.

A Duty, 355.
Heart of a Nation, 17
Helps, A., 18.
Hermes, quoted, 16.
History, Study of, 119, 325.

Dwells too little on every-day Life, 119.

Studied to find certain Facts, 119.
Hobbs, T., 14.
Home Education, 256.

of Milton, 160.
Hood, T., Memoir, 465.

The Irish Schoolmaster, 465.
Hooker, R., on Law, 13.
Hoole, Charles, 189.
Horace, cited, 97, 405.
Horubook, 425.
Horseback Riding, 40, 186.
Howe, Margaret, Wife of R. Ascham, 34.
Humility, 302.
Humoring, or Fondling, 237.
Hunting, 43.

Lord Burleigh on, 43.
Husbandry Learning, 191.

College for, 192.
Idleness in Children, not Natural, 294, 377.
Ignorance, Knowledge of our Own, 106.

Sources of, 106.
Imagination, 120.

Office of, in Study of History, 121.
Imitation, in lenrning a Language, 76.
Inclinations, Mastery of, 278.
Indifference to Knowledge, 291.
Industrial Success, 380.
Informare, 11.
Information, 11.
Inquisitiveness, 291.
Insegnare, 11.
Instruction should be Pleasurable, 386.
Interlinear Translations, 313.
Interruption of Conversation by Children, 303.
Intuition, Basis of Teaching, 373.
Intuitional Exercise of the Perception, 377.
Intuitive Perceptions, 89.
Inventions, History of, 204.
Irish Schoolmaster, the, 465.
Italian Language, 183.
Januas, Milton's Reference to, 172

Ascham's Method, 70.
Locke's

220, 311, 322.
Cicero's

70.
Milton, 180.
Speaking, 71, 312.
Pronunciation, 181.

Versification, 220, 329.
Law and Jurisprudence, 184.
Layng, H., Author of the Rod, 492.
Laziness. 292.
Learn by Teaching, 25.
Learning, and Experience, 67.
Little, Pope's View of, 104.

Whately's, 104.
or Mental Culture, 305.
Secondary to Moral Training, 305.
by Heart, made a Pastime, 308.

by Rote, 372.
Lesser Pensioner, 168.
Liberality, to be Cultivated, 280.
Liberty in Sports, 279.
Life, a State of Education for Eternity, 20.
Locke, John, Memoir, 209.

Raumer's Pedagogical System of, 211.
Thoughts on Education, 225.

Dedication, 225.
Education Defined, 226.
1. Physical Education, 226

Excessive Tenderness, 227
Warmth, Clothing, 227, 230.
Feet, Bathing in Cold Water, 228.
Swimming, Exercise in open air, 229
Diet, Meals, Fruit, Driok, 231, 233.
Sleep, Bed, 235.

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Locke, Physic, Prevention and not Medicine, 236. Medcalf, Dr., 23.
2. Moral Culture, 237.

Medicine or Physic, in general Education, 183.
Early Influence in Formation of Habits, 237. Memoriter Recitation, 321.
Craving, 240, 277.

Memory necessary to the Scholar, 61, 135.
Punishments, avoided by right Habits, 242. How Strengthened, 321, 3:22.
Awe, Mustery of Ioclin's, Submission, 443. Artificial Aids to, 201.
Beating, 243, 263.

Mental Activity, Excess of, 351.
Rewards and Encouragements, 244.

Training, hard and easy way of, 91.
Reputation, Esteem and Disgrace, 245. Mercantile Arithmetic, 2:12.
Childishness and Sports, 247.

Metaphrasis, 75.
Rules, few, 248.

Metaphysics, 83, 180.
Habits, Practice, 249.

Merchants' Accounts, 339.
Affectation. Manners, 251, 302.

Method, Importance of, 334.
Company, Public Schools, 253,

Mildmay, Walter, 54.
Vice, Virtue, 255.

Military Exercises, 186, 190.
Private Education, 256.

Recommended by Milton, 186.
Example, Tasks, 257.

Cowley, 190.
Inclination, Compulsion, 258, 203.

Milton, 147, 160, 178.
Chiding, Obstinacy, 259, 260.

Memoir, 147.
Reasoning, Whipping, 262.

Home Life and Education, 147, 160.
Privale Tutor, or Governor, 265.

Private Tencher, 162.
Familiarity, Reverence, 273

St. Paul School, 163.
Temper, Dominion, 275.

As a Schoolboy, 166.
Curiosity, 279, 289.

Christ lege, Cambridge, 167.
Recreation, 279, 295.

Victim of Corporeal Punishment, 175.
Complaint of each other, 280.

Tractate on Education, 178.
Liberality, Justice, 200.

End of Learning, 12, 179.
Crying, 281.

Definition of Education, 181
Fool-hardiness, Courage, Cowardice, 283. Plan of an Academy, 181.
Timorousness, Hardiness, 286.

Mitford, J., Answer to Johnson's Strict. on Milton, 152
Cruelty, 287.

Modern Languages, 311.
Sauntering, Inattention, 291.

Moral Culture, 237, 356.
Lying, Excuses, 295.

Milton, 147, 184.
God, Spirits, Goblins, Truth, 297.

Locke, 237.
Common Sense, Breeding, 299.

Spencer, 356.
Roughness, Contempt, Censoriousness, 300. Cowper, 452.
Contradiction, Captiousness, 301.

More, I., on Practice and flabit, 99.
Interruption, Dispute, 304.

Morysine, Sir R., 31.
3. Intellectual Education, 305.

Mother's unconscious Tuition of Objects 379.
Reading, 305.

Power over Moral Education, 51.
Writing, Drawing, Shorthand, 309.

Motives to Study, 63.
French, Latin, 311, 322.

Ascham, 63, 69.
Grammar, Themes, Versifying, 316.

Pluto on, 56.
Memoriter Recitation, 320.

Milton on, 182.
Geogrnphy, Arithmetic, Astronomy, 323. Locke on, 257.
Geometry, Chronology, History, 324.

Mulcaster, R., 406.
Ethics, Civil Law, English Law, 325. Music, Aschain on, 27, 59
Rhetoric and Logic, English Language, 328. Galen on, 27, 59.
Natural Philosophy, 329.

H. Coleridge, 27.
Greek Language, 332.

Milton, 28, 186.
Method and Order of studies, 333.

Locke, 221,
4 Exercises in the vari's depart'ots of Educ., 334 My First Teacher, 416.

Dancing, Music, 221, 334.
Fencing, 335,

Natural Bent of the Genius, 91, 107, 137.
Manual Trades, 336, 338.

Natural Conseqnences of Actions, 358.
Painting, Gardening, Joinery, 337.

Natural Philosophy, Bacon on, 83, 94, 190, 32)
Recreations, 338.

Nature, Study of the Science, 331.
Mercantile Accounts, 339.

Laws of, How Ascertained, 90.
Travel, 340.

Reactionary Laws of, 353.
Conclusion, 342.

Nature's Low of Discipline, 358.
Logic, Milton, 184.

Illustrated in a Child's Litter, 361.
Locke, 221, 326.

Not being ready for a Walk, 362
Lord's Prayer, how taught, 308.

Breaking Playthings, 362.
Love, a Motive to Study, 63, 69.

Advantages of, 364.
in a Teacher, 464.

Navigation, 183.
Lloyd, Saruh, The Schoolmistress, 426.

New England Country School, 471.
Lying, 239, 295.

District School Tencher, 416, 419.

Nicussius, 55.
Machiavel, on power of Custom, 95,

Nosocomium Academicom, of Sir W. Petty, 204
Man, Subject of Education, 436.

Nursery Management, 357.
Management of Children, 356.
Mandeville, B., Essay on Churity Schools, 107. Object Tenching, 84, 189, 373, 378.
Manners, 139, 251, 26R.

Observing Foculties, 373.
Manual Labor and Mechanical Dexterity, 202, 336. Obstinacy, 260.
Marcel, C., 373, 374.

Office of Common Address, 198.
Marcellinus, 134.

Opportunities, for a Pursuit, 107, 144
Martial, quoted, 36.

Orbilius, 405.
Mason, Sir J., 54.

Over Education, 334.
Mathematical Rensoning, 117, 201.

Ovid, 42.
Mathematics, 59, 91, 114, 201, 331, 300.
Aleuls, 232.

Pain, the Punishment of Law violated, 358

Painting, 337.
Paley, Fducation Defined, 15.
Paraphrase, in Learning Latin, 74.
Parental Duties, Preparation for, 356.

Displeasure, 367.
Ignorance, 393.
arent and Child, Relation of, 365.
Parents, Overfondness, 247, 240.

Over Estimate of Capacity, 132.
Parr, S., Nature of Education, 17.
Party Spirit, Power of, 99,
Passion, Mind to be kept free of, 314.
Pastime, Characteristics of true, 43.

Place of, in Education, 68.
Pell's Muthematical Trentises, 204.
Pember, R., Letter to Aschum, 25.
Pembroke, Countess of, 29.

Instructed in Latin by Ascham, 29.
Penmanship, Ascham's, 26, 34.

Lord Palinerston on, 20.

Locke, 309.
Pensioner, at Cambridge, 167.
Persiuns, Aim in Education, 66.
Perspective, 383.
Pestalozzi, 377.
Peter, Sir W.. 54.

Petty, Sir W., 189.
Plan of a Trnde School, 199.
Philosophical College, Plun of Cowley, 190.
Physic, 236.
Physical Education, 226, 345.

Milton, 185.
Locke, 211, 226.
Spencer, 345.
Physical Indications of the Scholar, 61, 133.

Comeliness and Perfection of Parts, 134.
Complexion, Head, 134.

Eye, 135.
Physical Science in Education, 151, 329, 399.
Physics, the Mother of Sciences, 331, 373.

Relative Value of 391.
Physiognomy, 133.
Plato, 41, 4:1, 56, 436.
Plutarch, 132.
Play, 41, 43, 350, 483.
Play-place, 441.
Playthings, Supply and Restraint of 294.
Plays, Acting of, Bucon on, 92.

Raumer, 93.
Pliny, Recommended, 26
Poems and Tules, Influence on the Judgment 117.
Poetry, Devotion to, 220,

Milton, 184.

Locke, 3:20.
Politeness, 218, 219.
Political Economy, Student of, 120.
Politics, Recommended by Milton, 184.
Pope, A., Power of Education, 14.
Practical Science, 183, 190, 199.
Praise, Love of, 62, 145, 245, 336.
Precocity, to be Deprecated, 54, 352
Prior, Gingerbrend Born-book, 425.
Private or Home Education, 254, 256.
Promise in a Child, Morks of, 61, 133, 135.
Public or Bonrding Schools, 253.

Locke, 253.
Cowper, 440.

Crabbe, 459.
Punishments, 242, 257, 364.
ursuit, How determined, 107.
Quadriennium, nt Cambridge, 172, 177.
Questions, Preliminary to Study, 112.

Of Instruction, 112.

Of Examination, 112.
Quickness of Wit, 58.
Raillery, 301.
Ramsden, Prof., 17, 19.
Ratich, Obligations to Bacon, 94.
Raumer, on Bacon's Pedagogy 80.

Raumer, on Bacon's Pedagogy, Locke's, 209.
Reaction, Law of, in Education, 358.
Rending, Office of, 102.

Mode and Purposes of, 111.
Questioning. Analysis, &c., 112,
With Curiosity excited, 112.
Through Colored Spectacles, 110.
Locke's Thoughts on, 306.

Made a Pastime, 307.
Realism, Verbal and Real, 87, 179, 189, 190, 220.
Reasoning, Conditions for, 115.

Candor of Mind essential, 116.

With Children, 262.
Recreation to the Student, 42.

Ascham on, 39, 42.
Aristotle, 41.
Sir Philip Sidney, Erasmus, Galen, 40.
Retrospective Review, Kirk White, 40.
Fuller, T., 41, 43.
Stillingfleet, Ovid, 42.
Swift, Plato, Whitaker, 43.
Locke, 279, 337.

Spencer, 397.
Regency nt Cambridge, 173.
Regulation of the Habits, 241.
Religious Instruction, 182, 297, 308.
Reputation, or Esteem, 245.
Reservitz, 219.
Respect for others, 301.
Rest, 41.
Restitution, 367.
Retrospective Review, 38, 42.
Reverence, or Awe, of Parents, 241, 275.

For Children, 256.
Reviews, 185.
Rewards in Discipline, 244.
Rhetoric, 184, 326.
Rich, System of Short-hand, 310.
Riding Horseback, 40, 63, 186, 222.
Rod, 'The, 55, 243, 260, 422.
Romans, Examples of Temperance, 232.
Rote Learning. Without Understanding, 113.

Teaching, 372,
Roughness, 300.
Rule-teaching, 372.
Rules, few, 248.
Ruskin, 19.

Sackville, Sir R., 47, 54.
St. Anthony's Free School, 163.
St. John's College, Cambridge, 23
St. Paul's School, Milton at, 163.
Sauntering, 291.
Scaliger, 31.
Scholar, Marks of Promising, 61.
School and Teacher, in English Literalare, 401.

Fuller, T., 403.
Goldsmith, O., 406.
Lloyd, R., 408.
Shenstone, 409.
White, H. R., 420.
Crabbe, G., 421, 455.
Gray, T., 426.
Hood, T., 465.

Cowper, W., 432.
School Days and Plays, 442
School-house, the House of Play, 46.
Schools of the Borough, by Crubbe, 455.

For Infants, 455,
Preparatory, 450.
Day School, 457.
Boarding Schoo!, 458.

For Young Ladies, 458

For Boys, 459.
College Life, 461.

The Scholar and Literary Life, 462.
Schoolmaster, The Village, by Goldsmith, 406.

Delille, 407.
Giltillan, 416.

Hood, 465.
Schoolmaster, the Office of, how Esteemed, 61, 403

Schoolmaster, The, by Roger Ascham, 27, 45. Society, Educntion for, 253, 269, 398.
Preface, 44.

Science of, 392.
Annotations on, 51.

Socrutes, on the average Capacity, 61.
Book I. The Bringing up of Youth, 57.

Marks of a promising Scholur, 63.
General Manner and Temper required, 57.

1. Sound Body, 63.
The aim of all Good Culture, 57.

2. Memory, quick and Retentive, 63.
Quick Wits, and Slow, compared, 58.

3. Love of Learning, 64.
Influence of excessive attention to Music, 59.

4. Love of Labor, 64.
The Special Marks of Promise in a Child, 61.

5. Readiness to receive of another, 64.
1. Sound and comely Physique, 61.

6. Boldness to ask, 64.
2. Good Memory, 61.

7. Love of Praise for well-doing, 64.
3. Love of Learning, 61.

What to learn, 152.
4. Engerness to Labor, 62

Sophisters at Cambridge, 172.
4. Readiness to receive from another, 62. Sophocles, 49.
6. Boldness to ask for Knowledge, 62.

South, Dr., Power of Habits, 13.
7. Love of Praise for well-doing, 62.

Spenking, fluent, 76.
Motives to Study, Pleasure, and not Pain, 62. Spelling Reforin, 55, 164.
Interview with Lady Jane Grey at Brodegate, 63. Spencer, A., Thoughts on Education, 345.
Discipline enforced kindly but firmly, 64.

1. Physical Education, 345.
Dangers from excessive License to Young Men, 65. Importance of Physical Training, 345.
Bad Example of the Nobility, 65.

Food, 345.
Effects of Good Education of Youth illustrat'd, G6. Sugar and Fruit, 346.
Learning by Book and at School, 67.

Qunlity, Quantity, and Variety of Food, 347.
Exercise and Pastimes to be allowed, 68.

Clothing, 348.
Influence of Good Example, 69.

Exercise, 350.
Foreign Travel discournged, 70.

Excess of Mental Activity, 351.
Book II. The Rendy Way to the Latin Tongue 70. Health of the Brain, Supply of Good Blood, 352.
Mode of Learning Rules of Grammar disc., 70. Results of Modern Physical Treatment, 355.
Oral and Explanatory Method preferred, 70. Preservation of Health, Duty, 355.
Double Translating from Latin into English and 2. Moral Education, 356.
English into Latin, 71.

Special Preparation for Family Management, 356.
Pupils to be dided and Encouraged, and not left Nature's Law of Discipline, 358.
in doubt, &c., 71.

Examples of the Rule of Natural Reaction, 361.
Trying to speak Latin a questionable exercise, 72. Consequences of Obedi. to Parent and Child, 362, 369
Discrimination of Parts of Speech, &c., 72.

True Relation of Parent and Child, 365.
Diligent Reading of the best Authors, 73.

How to deal with Grave Offences, 367.
Six ways for the Learning of Tongues and In- Too much expected of Juvenile Good Conduct, 368
crease of Eloquence, 74.

Cornmands few, but Decisive and Consisteut, 369.
1. Translations, 74.

Self-government the Aim of all Discipline, 370.
2. Paraphrase, 74.

Right Government complex and ditficult, 371.
3. Metaphrasis, 75.

3. Intellectual Education and Studies, 372.
4. Epitome, 76.

Decline of Old Methods, 372.
Schoolmistress, 416.

Introduction of New Method, 373.
Shenstone, 409.

The Order and Method of Nature to be followed, 374
White, H. K., 420.

Guiding principles of Education, 375.
Burton, Warren, 416.

Application of Principle to Practice, 377.
Marine Farmer, 419.

Intuitional Exercise of the Perceptions, 377.
Crabbe, George, 421, 456.

Object-lessons, 378.
Science in Education, 394.

A Mother's Unconscious Tuition on Objects, 379.
Views of Milton, 151, 183.

Extension of the field of Object-teaching, 380.
Johnson, 151,

Value of a Love and a Knowledge of Nature, 381.
Mitford, 152.

Drawing, including Form und Color, 381.
Hartlib, 188.

Dimensions in Perspective, 382.
Petty, 189, 208.

Geometry, Primary, 383.
Cowley, 190.

Empirical, 381.
Spencer, 308, 399.

Acquisition of Knowledge should be a process of
Scripture, how Studied, 108, 330.

self instruction and continuous pleusure, 386.
Sculpture and Education, 16.

4. Whut Knowledge is most Worth, 308.
Seed-time, 42.

Relative Values of Knowledge, 388.
Self-denial, 242.

Knowledge requisite to Sell-preservation, 389.
Evolution, 386.

Industrial Success, 309.
Government of Children, 371.

Muthematics, 390.
Instruction, 376.

Physics, 391.
Preservation, 389.

Chemistry, 391.
Seneca, 135, 272.

Biology, 392.
Serranus, 3).

Science of Society, 392.
Severity Unnecessary. 57, 259, 263.

Rearing and discipline of the family Offspring, 393
Seven Liberal Arts, 177.

Functions of the Citizen, 396.
Shakspeare, Education Defined by, Jl.

Æsthetics, or Education for Relaxations, etc., 397.
Short, Bishop, End of Education, 13.

Knowledge requisite for purposes of Discipline, 399
Short-hand Writing, 310.

Prominent value of Science, 399.
Sidney, Sir Philip, 40.

Spirits, 297.
Singing, 43.

Spontaneous Activity of Children, 377.
Silence and Solitude, Love of Children, 136. Sporting, as Exercise, 44.
Sitting Still, 417.

Siimulation of the Faculties, 352.
Sizar, at Cambridge, 168.

Story-books, Iufluence of, on Character, 117.
Skill and Strength, 142.

Stubbornness, 260.
Sleep, 235, 351.

Studies, calculated to mar some Minds, 28.
Slowness of Development, 61, 133.

To be varied to the Peculiarities, 91.
Smattering of Knowledge, 105.

Necessary to Life, 151, 272.
Smith, Sir T., 55.

Trivium, 177.
Treutise on English Spelling, 55.

Quadriviuin, 177.

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