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Ludus Literarius, Brinsly's Treatise, 185. Mathematics as a Study, 454, 532.
Contents, 185.

Disadvantages, 453, 533.
Rules for the Master, 188.

Opinione respecting
Ludeinagister, 213.

Bohn, 358.

Macaulay, 454, 461.
Luther, Child's Primer, 215.

Goldsmith, 358 Todhunter, 531, 533.
Lyttleton, Lord, Science and Greek, 125.

Public Schools, 88, 96. Webster, 190.

Meads at Winchester, 23, 35.
MACAULAY, Thomas BABINGTON, 399, 449. Mechanic Arts, Instruction in, 350.
Academical Learning in 1826, 451.

Mediævel Primer, Described, 208.
Objections to Oxford and Cambridge, 451. Melanctbon, cited, 188.
Wealth and Privileges, 452.

Rule with Scholars, 188.
Influence of Endowments, 452.

Memoir, Artold, 129.
Studies too Few, and not of Right Kind, 453. Boyle, 392,

Brivsly, 189.
Mathematics, Utility, and Objection, 454. Colet, 49.

Coote, 189.
Latin Language and Literature, 454.

Defoe, 417.

Elyot, 401.
Greek Language and Literature. 455.

Erasmus, 51.

Evelyn, 369.
Ancient and Modern Studies, 456.

Fanshawe, 399. Hartlib, 223.
London University, 459.

Hutchinson, 391. Hoole, 191.
University Teaching of Athens Life, 460. Johnson, 359.

Kinner, 223.
State and Elementary Education, 161.

Lily, 61.

Lucas, 897.
Examinations for India Service, 461.

Macaulay, 449.

Mulcaster, 177.
Female Education in the 16th Centary, 463. Parr, 365.

Payue, 465.
Major, John, and Dean Colet, 55.

Payne, 337.

Runleagb, 292.
Mugister Scholarum, 59.

Recorde, 210.

Rytwyse, 12.
Manners Maketh Man, Motto, 18.

Sadter, 385.

Smith, 415.
How taught in Dundonald, 333.

Sonth, 343.

Steele, 345.
Maneel, Laws of Thonght, 482.

Textor, 445.

Thornton, 160.
Maps in Geography, 485, 510.

Walker, 387.

Wayneflete, 19.
Geography and History, 485, 510.

Wykebam, 13.
Marcel, Value of Reiteration, 529.

Memory, when freshest, 306.
Power of Audition in Language, 540.

Verbal or Local, 509.
Marking, 10. 93, 311.

Aided by Analysie, 509.
Marks for Absence and Faults, 312.

Merchant Taylor's School, 9.
Valuation of Studies, 12, 462.

Mulca-ter's Mastership, 9.
Marlborough School, 102.

Sistem of Probation, 9.
Master's METHOD IN 1661, Hoole's, 267. Military Academy, Defoe's Plan, 427.
Fourth Form, 267.

Mind and Body, 181, 466.
Daily Routine for a Week, 267.

Mind, Science of, 483.
Brin'sly, Poole, Stockwood, Birds, etc., 263. Laws Dictate Methods of Edacating, 455.
Rhetoric, Dugard, Farnaby, Horne, 268.

Relative Value of Methods, 486.
Greek Grammars, Camdens, Busbic, etc., 269. Moab in Winchester Dialect, 30.
Pasor's Lexicon, Dugard Rudimenia, 269. Moberly, George, 32, 41, 46,
Gregorie's Nomenclatura, Posselius, Shirley, Modern Education, 103.
Perence, Method of Studying, 270. [270. Non Classical Feature, 127, 456.
Erasmus de Ratione Instituendi, 271.

Modern Departments in Public Schools, 101.
Acting Pinys, Janua Latina Lingue, 271. Modern Schools, 102.
Rider's Dict., Tully's Epiftles, Textor's, 272. Money Motive, 526.
Ascham's Double Translations, 272.

Monitorial System in Public Schools, 45, 106.
Sturmius, Fabritins, Clerk, Erasmus, 272. Eton, 7.

Rugby, 151, 162.
Walker's Particles, Willis's Anglicisms, Hoole's School, 311. Winchester, 22, 34, 45.
Clerk, Hawkins, 273.

Monitors, Powers of, 45, 170, 312,
Epistolographia, Erasmus's de Conscriben- Set Tasks, 170.
dis, Buchleri, 275.

Iuflict Punishments, 46, 107, 332.
Tully's Epistler, Two of their Own, 275. Preserve Order, 46, 312.
Ovid de 'Tristibus, English Poetry, English Montem at Eton, 8.
Parnassas, 276.

More, Sir Thomar, and Colet, 52.
Latin Versification, Stockwood's Progym- Moral Education, 156, 499.
nasma, 271.

Moral Sciences, 461.
Sandy's Ovid, Clerk's Dux Poeticus, 277. Value in Examinations, 461, 534,
Rosse's English Mythologist, Bacon's de Moral Training, 513, 523.
Sapientia veterum, 278.

Morton, Lady, 372.
Wit's Commonwealth, Harmar's Lesser Cat. Motives to study-
echism, in Latin and Greek, 278.

Promotion and Prizes, 92.
Daily Programme for a Week, 278. [280. Home Approbation, 105.
Fifth Form, Greek Testament, Grammars, Punishmunts, 175.
Isocrates, Demorthenes by Loinus, 281. Motiv s of the Teacher's Work, 525.
Posselins Apothems, 241.

MULCASTER, RICHARD, 9, 177.
Tully and other Latin Authors, 281.

Elementary, or the English Tongue, 178.
Turning Latin into Greek, and Greek into Positious in the Training of Children, 10.
Latin, 280, 282.

Plan of a Teacher's College, 184.
Grammare-Busby, Caninius, Ceporinus. 280. Multiplication is Vexation, etc., 209,
Chrysolora, Cleonard, 280.

1282. Multum non Multa, 460, 462.
Hesiod's Theognis, Castilion's Praclectiones, Murray, Pope's allusion to, 339.
Lexicons-Tscrevelius, Garthi, Rulandi, Music, Value of, 99, 422.
Morelius, etc., 282.

[282. Academy proposed by Defoe, 492.
History--Justin, Casar, Florns, Erasmus, Musket-practice and the Longbow, 428.

Janua Linguarum Graeca, Siinonius, Virgil, Mutual Examination by Pupils, 306.
Ma-tery System, Quick on, 539.

[282. Recitations to and luy, 307.
Mathematics as a Study, 151, 532.
Special Advantages, 531.

Nail or Candle Sconce, at Winchester, 27.

Natural Curiosity, 505.

Paston Letters, Expenses at Eton, 6.
Natural and Formal Education, 468.

Patrick, Bishop, Gentle Discipline, 441.
Natural History, 534.

Patronage in Bestowal of Scholarships, 80.
Natural Philosophy, study of, 351. [167. Paul's Accidence, 62.
Natural Science in Grammar Schools, 98, 113, PAYNE, JOSEPH, 465.
Nature's System of Education, 466.

Science of Education, 465.
Growth of Body and Mind, 466.

Art of Education, 465.
Nature and Nature's God, 342.

Kindergarten System, 471.
Taught by facts, 480.

Foundation of Science-teaching, 477.
National Pedagogy, 545.

Peal, First and Second at Winchester, 34.
National Vices, 521.

Pedagogy, National, Barnard's, 545.
Teacher's relations to, 522.

American, 546.
Naevius, John, Letter of Erasmus to, 64.

English-List of Authore, 546.
New England Primer, Illustrated Alphabet, 218. French-List of Anthors, 546.
New Testament in Petty School, 225.

German-List of Authors, 516.
English, Latin, Greek, 310.

Swiss-List of Authors, 546.
Read by pupils in turn, 310.

Pedantry, Defoe's Idea, 425.

[463.
New College at Oxford, 17.

Penal Legislation and Popular Education, 365,
Necessary Knowledge, not always earliest, 489. Penmanship in Hoole's School, 315.
Necessary Things, easy to obtain, 489.

Pepys, 377.
Newberry, Terrors of the Rod, 336.

Perceptione, 491.
Nicholas, John, 26, 33.

Pericles, Phidias, at Athens, 460.
Nicol's Organ, 333.

Periodical Examinations, 93.
Niebuhr, cited, 541.

Perkins's Catechism, 217.
Nightingale, Florence, existing home lise, 379. Personal Influence, 161.
Noblemen's Sone, 50, 358.

Personality of the Teacher, 146, 161.
Non-comformists Academy, 462.

PETTY SCHOOL, Hoole's Manual, 195.
Non Multa, sed Multum, 462.

Age, Alpbabet, Horn Book, 195.
Normal School, in England, 527.

Play with Ivory Dice, Revolving Wheel, 197.
Note Book, in Wolsey's Plan, 174.

Piciorial Alphabet. Vowels, Consonants, 198.
Nowell's Catechism, 290, 310.

Ordinary Mode with Reading, 201.

Earliest Reading Books, 202,
Obedience, 1, 414.

Psalter, Psalms in Meter, Good Mannere, 202.
Object Lessons for Beginners, 192, 505.

Latin Accidence, 203.
Comenius and Hoole, 191, 193.

How to Found, Teacher, Discipline, 204.
Obstinate Idleness, Punishment, 519.

Slow-Wittedland Sensitive Pupils, 206.
Observation, Culture of, 474.

Management, 206.
Calderwood, 506. Frobel, 474.

Phadon, 463.
Hoole in 1658, 192. Donaldson, 193. Philology, English, Academy of, 427.
Observation of Details,

Philostratus, Learning the Alphabet, 212.
Color, 474.
Hardness, 474.

Phrasiuncula, 309.
Form, 474.

Construction, 475. Physical Facte, How tanght, 478.
Motion, 474.

Physical Science. 478.
Observer and Experimenter, 478, 493.

Physical Training in Public Schools, 105.
Officers at Winchester, 34.

Defoe, 428.

Mulcaster, 180, 183.
Old-fashioned Christian Home, 387.

Elyot, 408.
Oppidans, 6.

Pictoral Illustrations, 192, 223.
Oppler, cited, 544.

Pictorial Alphabet, 219.
Option in Studies, 113, 458, 533.

Pictures, Value to Children, »24.
Oratory, Study of, 290, 358.

First recognition, 224.
Orbis Pictus, Comenius, 223, 227.

Picturing out to Pupils, 224.
Preface to English Edition, 192.

Piers Ploughman, 433.
Origen, Use of Pagan Poets, 119.

Plato on Reading, 212.
Organization for Instruction, 90, 113.

Play, Spontaneous Activity, 472.
Discipline, 106.

Nature's Education of a Child, 472.
Organized Knowledge, 477.

Play-ground, Moral Uses, 516.
Otterbourne Mead, 17.

Children's Language and Manners, 176.
Outer World, Inner World, 493.

Plays Performed on Closing School, 319.
Overtasking, Wolsey's caution, 175.

Plutarch, 436.
Oxford, Objections to, 451.

Poor Scholars at Winchester, 24.
Estimate by Parr, Johnson, 368.

Poole's English Accidence, 227, 276.

POPE, ALEXANDER, 337.
Pace, Letter to Colet, 121.

Dunciad, Schools and Universities, 338.
Paget's History of the Bible, 31.

Travel-Microscopic Views of Nature, 342.
Painting and Drawing, Elyot's plan, 406. Popular Education and Penal Legislation, 463.
Parents of Pupils, 140.

Social and Political Advancement, 463.
Co-operation with Teacher, 140, 314, 319. Popular Ignorance and Riots, 461.
Paper-book for Examples, 213.

Popular Education a National Duty, 461,
PARKER, CHIARLES STUART, 118.

Ignorance a National Crime, 461.
Cla-sic Languuges, why subjects of study, 118. Porter, Noah, on American Education, 512.
Greek Language, 118.

Posers at Winchester, 37.
Latin Language, 119.

[121. Positions, Mulcaster's Treatise, 180.
Greek Language in English Public School, Contents, 180.
PARR, SAMUEL, 365.

When Formal Education begins, 182.
Penal Legislation and Education, 365.

Branches Taught, 183.
Edocation defined, 365.

[366. Physical Exercises, 183,
Inda-trial Element in Schools for the Poor, Training College for Teachers, 184.
English Universities, 367.

Possibilities of Primary Schools, 192.
Past, Knowledge of the, 148,

Poverty, Condition of Scholarships, 87. (528.
Enthusiasm for, 33.

Practising School for Candidates for Teaching,

Præpositors at Eton and Rugby, 7, 22. 151.
Praise and Rewards for Well-doing, 312.
Prayers and Psalms, 310.
Prefects at Winchester, 21, 34, 45.

Prefect of the Hall, 45.

Power to Punish Corporally, 46.
Prendergast, Mastery System, 538.
Precocious Scholars, 362, 382.
Preparation of Lessons. 92, 544, 507.
Primer, Earliert English, 208, 216.

Illustrated, 215, 219.
Primary Schools, Ajms and Limits,

English, 193, 199. Calderwood, 499.
German, 499.

Donaldson, 488.
Scotch, 495.

Hoole, 193.
Proir, M., Ginger-bread Alphabet, 217.
Private Schools and Public, 362, 443.
Private Schools and Teaching, 133, 362.

Reception and Exclusion of Pupils, 131.
Private Tutor in Public Schools, 44.
Prizes, Influence on Studies, 530.
Probation Book of Merchant Taylor's, 9.
Professional Training of Teachers, 527.

Donaldson, 484, 495. Mulcaster, 184.
Jolly, 527.

Hoole, 298.
Prosodia, 248.
Promotion, Conditions, 44, 90, 92.
Publicity to Good Methods, 323.
Punishments, School, 325, 502.
Instruments and Means, 325, 336.

Apple.twigs, 20. Horsing, 335.
Birch, 313.

Houpsy-donpsy, 334.
Boxing Ears, 329. Jerking, 313
Cane, 170.

Pinching, 329.
Dark Hole, 333. Rod, 325, 336.
Detention, 314. Strap. 325.
Ferule, 313, 325. Tawes, 334.

Fetters, 333.
Practice in Different Schools-

Eton, 328.
Christ's Church, 332.
Merchant Taylor's, 328.
Norwich, 330. St. Paul, 328.
Rugby, 330, 153, 170. Winchester, 46.

Shrewsbury, 330. Westminster, 829.
Views of Educators and Teachers-
Arnold, 153.

Jobpson, 363.
Colet, 72

South, 314.
Cooper, 325.

Steele, 345.
Coote, 189.

Taxtor, 327.
Erasmas, 72.

Wolsey, 175.
Goldsmith, 35. Plutarch, 327.
Hoole, 313.

Quintilian, 327, 313.
Pulpiteers at Winchester, 44.
Public Schools defined, 124, 362.

General View and Results, 81, 108, 362.

Compared with Private, 362, 349, 443.
Pupil's Work in Lessons, 469.

Duties to the School as a Society, 145.
True Spirit and Aim, 140.
Power as Coöperators with Teacher, 160.
Order of their Virtues, 141.

Rules for Behavior, 220.
Pythagorian Letter, 339.
Quick, R. H.. 537.
Method in Foreign Langnage, 537.
Robertsonian Method, 537.
Prendergast Mastery System, 538.
Power of Audition, 540.
Book-work, 541.

Dictation-Preparation for Lessons, 544.
Quintilian's Early Instruction, 213.

School Punishments. 313.
Questioning of Scholars Encouraged, 307, 511.
Each other, 307, 308.
Class on the Lesson, 226.

Scholars' Difficulties to be Discovered, 511.
Queen Elizabeth-
Schools Founded, 3.

Queen Elizabeth-

Winchester, 20.

Infandum, Regina, etc., 20.
Rabelais, 435.
Rank of Pupils in Grammar Sch'ls ignored, 19.
Ranleagh, Lady, 392.
Ravisius Textor, School Punishment, 327.

Dialogues, 445.
Reading and Speaking, 44.

(92, 224.
Real Ohjects in Teaching Recognized in 1658,
Record-book, Easy Use of, 311.

Faust's, 312.
Recorde, Earliest English Arithmetic, 210.

Cossic Art, or Algebra, 210.
Recreation, 428.

Southey, 437.

Wolsey, 175.
Reference Books, Library, 190, 317.
Refinements in Education, 362.
Reflectiveness, 517.
Reformation of Henry VIII., 3.

Destruction of Monastic Schools, 2, 122.

Institution of Grammar Schools, 3.
Reforms in Public Schools, 4, 47, 49.

Arnold, 129.

Public School Commission, 112.
Register or Probation Book, 9.
Religion and Religious Instruction, 109.

Home Education, 389, 391.
Boarding schools, 146.
Day-schools, 524.
Sunday Exercises, 389.
Hoole's School, 309
Arnold's Practice, 142, 129.
Rugby School, 143.
St. Mary's, 109.
St. Paul's, 79.
Limits, 144
Repetition, Value of, 467, 589.
Repression of Evil Tendencies, 518.
Restriction, Children must Learn, 504.
Rewards and Encouragements, 13, 312, 523.
Revised Code, 496.
Rhetoric, 351, 358.
Richard Herton, 17.
Richard II, and Popular Education, 121.
Riding a. Exercise, 428.
Rifle Practice, Public Schools, 106.
Ritter, Karl, 510.
Geography and History, 579.

Historical Map, 570.
Rivalries of School Life, 521.

Risks Connected with, 521.
Robertsonian Method in most Foreign Lan-

guages, 537.
Robinson's Method in Reading, 199.
Rodiad, George Coleman, 336.
Rod in Literature, 336.
Byron, 336.

Goldsmith, 352.
Butler, 336.

Hood, 336.
Cooper, 325.

Johnson, 359, 363.
Crabbe, 328.

Newbury, 336.
Coleman, 336.

Steele, 345.
Erasmus, 72.

Tusser, 328.
Rod in National Practice,
Ancient-
Jews, 326.

Romane, 325.
Greeks, 326.
Modern

English, 337, 345. French, 327.
German 503.

Roman, 325.
Irish, 336.

Suabian, 327.
Dutch, 326.

Scotch, 333.
Rod in Individual Practice
Busby, 329.

Parr. 330.
Butler, 330.

Udall, 320.
James, 330.

Vincent, 329.
Keate, 332.

Wales, 333.
Nicol, 333.

Woole, 331.

Romance Reading, 363.
Rome, Literature and Language, 454.

Relations to Christianity and Law, 128.
Teaching Alphabet, 213.

School Punishments, 325.
Rosse, Gnomologicon Poeticum, 308.
Roscommon, English Tongue, 427.
Roth's Gymnasial Pedagogik, 495.

Religious Instruction, 495.
Rotherham School, 298. Methods of, 320.

Order of Studies in 1658, 320.

School Lectures, 322.
Rousseau, School Life Attractive, 444.
Routine and Formalism, 212.
Royal Visits to Public Schools, 19.
Rudiments of Language, 62.

Proverbial drynees, 214,
RUGBY SCHOOL, 135-174.

Origen, 135.
Prior and under Dr. Arnold, 136.
Dr. Arnold's Successors, 162.
Present Constitution, 163.
Revenues and Governing Body, 163.
Head-Masters and Assistants, 163.
Fellowships for Life, 164.
Papils, Classes, Number, 164.
Classical School, 165.
Mathematical School, 166.
Modern Language, 167.
Natural Philosophy School, 167.
Time work, Examination, 168.
Exhibition, Scholarship, Prizes, 169.
Monitorial system, Fagging, Flogging, 170.
Sports, Gamer, 171.

Domestic and Sanitary Arrangement, 172.
Rytwise, or Ryghtwyse, 61, 72.
Sadler, Elizabeth, Mrs. Walker, 385.
Saints' Days, 34.
Salaries of School-masters, 348, 525.

Head-masters, 163. Motive, 525.

Assistants, 163.
Samian Letter, 339.
Sanitary condition of Schools, 110.
Saturday, 440.

Hall holiday, 35, 302.

Catechism Day, 307.
Savages and Civilized Life, 361.
Sayes Court, House and Grou:ds, 374.

Domestic Life, 389.

Glimpse of Visitors, 377.
Scaliger, Value of Pictures, 224.
School, 143, 224.

Comenius, Lenson in, 224.
School, Architecture, 32.

Bille, 25, 172. Books, 208, 317.

Breaking-up Day, 319.
School Classification, 135.

Companionship, 146. Customs, 318.
School Discipline, 293, 500.

Days, 142.
School Examinations, 9, 93, 137.

Endowment, 83.
Forms or Classes, 80, 90.

Festivals, 171.
School Government, 75, 79, 153, 292.

Games, 171.
School, Grades of,
Collegiate, 87.

High, 17.
Dame, 208, 229.

Grammer, 225.
Endowed, 1.

Petty, 193.
Free, 11.

Public, 1.
School Holidays, 319, 171.
School Indolence and Perversity, 92.
School Library, Early suggestion, 315.
School Management. 153, 521.

Master, 343, 440, 462. Monitors, 45.
School Nomenclature, 136, 576.
School Punishments, 171, 311, 325.
School Rebellions, 29.

School Rebellions, 29.

Recollections, 29. Reforms, 135.

Recreations, 78. 142.
School Sympathy, 146.
School Teacher, 464.

Terms, 71, 111.
School Vocabulary, 604.
Scholar and Scholarship, 424, 426.
Scholars, in English Public School, 471.

Foundationers, 86. Oppidans, 5.
Non-Foundationers,86. Commonere, 23.

Collegiate, 24, 40. Poor,
Scholarship, Election to, 37, 87.
St. Paul's, 47.

St. Mary, 37, 79.
SCHOLASTIC DISCIPLINE in 1653, Hoole, 293.
Schopborn's Capping-book, 308.
Science, defined, 477, 482.
Science of Education, 465.

Advantager, 485.
Science-Teaching, 477.
Acland, 480.

Kemshead, 480.
Huxley, 479.

Payne, 477.
Scientific Knowledge, 474.

Training, 480.
Scobs, 26.
Scot, Thomas, 298.
Scotland School Code, 496.

Severe Discipline, 333.

Public Popular Education, 463.
Scriptorium at Winchester, 33.
Scriptores, 323.
Scriptural Symbolism, 18.
Self-Activity, 141, 469.

Control, 500, 517, 383. Government, 514.
Education, 437. Denial, 515, 518.

Respect of Pupils, 514.
Seniority in Promotion, 92.
Senses, Culture of, 193, 223, 473.
Sex, in Education, Defoe, 427.
Seminary for Masters, in 1582, 184.
Sentences, not Words, in learning language,538.
Sententiæ Pueriles, 237.
Servitors at Winchester, 36.
Servants in English Homes, 389.
Seventh Chamber, at Winchester, 21.
Shenstone, Horn Book, 216.
Shooting, with Bow or Gun, 414, 428.
Sheridan, Thomas, Study of Rhetoric, 851.
Shrewsbury Free Grammar School, 11.

Meaning of Free School (Libera,Schola), 11.
Shrove-tide potation, 319.
Schrader Gymnasium and Real School, 493.
Scott, Sir W., on Gardens, 376.
Singing, 405, 422.
Simplic ty, 430, 496.
Sixth Form at Rugby, 136, 150,

Hoole's School in 1661, 290.
Skill, Manual, Elyot, 408.
Slow and Sure, 462, 543.
Smith, Adam, and Public Schools, 461.
Smith, Sir Thomas, 415.

[415.
Advisements for Noblemen and Counsellors,
Smith, Sidney, at Winchester, 219.
Socrater, Thoroughness with a iittle, 462.
Southampton School, 4.
Solitude and Silence or a thoughtful boy, 442.
SOUTHEY, ROBERT, 433-448.

Home and Education of Dr. Dove, 433.
Richard Guy, School-master, 438.
Kind School-master and Happy Pupil, 440.
Methods of Teaching and Discipline, 439.
Books and Reading one hundred years ago,

435.
Risks of Public School, Home Education,442.
Jean Tixier, Johannes Revisius Textor, 445.

Gradus ad Parnassum. 445.

Specimen School Dialogue, 446.
Juvenile Lit., Ancient and Modern, 448.
SOUTH, ROBERT, 343.

Discourse on Education, 343.

SOUTK, ROBERT, 313.

Studies in Grammar Schools, 87.
Jewish Parents, School-masters, 343.

Donaldson's Views of the Public, 488.
Clergy in relation to Schools, 344. [344. Sturmius, Epistles of Cicero, 273.

Youth of Spirit, Considerate in Punishment, Stupidity or Stubbornners, Incurable, 314.
Sparing the Rod, Doctrine of, 209, 336.

Sunday, Home Education, 387.
Sparta, Educational policy, 366.

Hoole's School, 310, 311.
Spoilt Children, 519.

St. Mary's College, 47.
Spontaneous Activity, 472.

Rugby School, 142.
Speusippus, on Discipline, 73.

Support of Schools, 42, 83.
Sports and Pastimes, 38.

Endowment, 83, 297. Charges, 172.
Speaking or Declamations, 44.

Tuition, 172.

Boarding Pupils, 298
Spy-monitor, 333.

Sureties for Good Behavior, 314.
st. Adrian, Protector of School boys, 307. Swearing, Desoe on, 427, 436.
St. Louis of France, 146.

Sylvester, Joshua, 435.
ST. MARY'S COLLEGE, at Winchester, 17-48. Symbolism in Numbers, 18.
Origen and History, 17.

Sympathy with Pupils, 146, 469, 513.
Daily Routine, Games, 33, 38.

Moral Difficnlties, 193.
College, Endowment, Government, 40.

Studies---Habits of Mind, 511.
Governing Body, Scholars, Children, 41. Swimming, School Training, 36, 106.
School, Government, Boarders, Masters, 42. Elyot, 410.
Six Courses of Study, Books or Forms, 43.
Boy Tutors, Private Tutors, Palpiteers, 44. Table, Child's bebavior at, 222.
Subjects, Reading, History, Arithmetic, 44. Tait, Bishop, Head-master at Ragby, 162.

French and German, Natural Science, 44. Target Shooting, 106, 428.
Deviations from regular course, Work and Substitute for Longbow and the Bull, 428.
Play, 45.

Tasks for Home Preparation, 507.
Fagging, Punishment, Monitorial System, 45. Taylor, Jeremy, 377.
Chapel Service, Boarding houses, 47.

Teacher, Special Training, 184, 527.
Results of Teaching, Modifications, 48. Teacher and Scholar, Relations, 140, 511.
St. Paul's Schol, London, 59.

Teaching, its Ends and Means, 497.
Relations to the Cathedral, 59.

Examination Test, 497.
Method of Education prevalent, 60.

Instruction, 498.
Foundation described by Erasmus, 61.

Formation of Character, 184, 492.
Oversight left to the Company of Mercers, 62 Supervision of Studies, 499.
Lily, the first Master, 62.

Individual Success in Trade, 488.
Paul's Accidence in 1510, 62.

Good Citizenship, 489.
Rules for the Admission of Scholars, 62. Highest Development, 490.
Institution of a Christian Man, 63.

Teaching, Requisites for saccess, 500.
Prayers for the use of St. Paul's Schools, 69. Self-Control, 500.
Master and Usher, 62, 71.

Power of Eye and Voice, 500, 506.
Severity of the Discipline, 73.

573. Power of Punishment, 502.
Erasmus's Views of Methods and Discipline, Sympathy with Pupil, 469, 513.
Value of Example and Conversation. 74. Exciting and Sustaining Interest, 467, 504.
Graduates of the School-Masters, 74.

Routine to be Avoided, 512.
Existing State in 1864, 75.

Pleasant Methode, 444.
Endowments, Government, 75.

Temperance, Value of, 349.
Masters and their Suipends, 75.

Temple, Bishop, 142, 468.
Scholars Admitted on Nomination, 76. Pupils helped too much, 468.
Classes, Promotions, Exhibitions, 77. Terence, How taught, 270.
Prizes too Lavish, Honorarium, 77.

Closing Term Diversion, 319.
School-house, Recreation, 78.

Text Books, Early English, 208, 210.
Discipline-10 fagging, no flogging, 78. T. H. Guide for the Child and Youth, 219.
Religious Observances and In-truction, 79. Child's Promises, 219.
School Terms and Holidays, 79.

Illustrated and Symbolical Alphabet, 230.
Improvemente Recommended, 80.

Child's Behavior from Morn to Night, 324.
Standing-up Time at Winchester, 22, 26.

School-Table-Church, 324.
Stanley, Life of Arnold, 151.

Tex or, Specimen of Dialogues, 445.
Statutes, School, 17, 85.

Apothegus, 445.
Power of Modificatione, 85, 112.

Thompson, D'Arcy, 539.
Straw Beds at Winchester, 21.

Thornton, Spencer, 160.
STEELE, SIR RICHARD, 315.

Thring, cited, 507.
Flogging in Public Schools, 345.

Timb's School Days, 5, 215.
Stockwood's Figura, 248.

Time Tables, 506.
State and Popular Education, Macanlay, 461. Tiresome Ways not the best, 540.
Study, Power, and Habit, 408.

Toasters, at Winchester, 31.
Studies, Conflict of, 529.

TODHUNTER, ISAAC, 529, 536.
Value in Discipline, 529. 533.

Conflict of Studies, 529.
Examination purposes, 530, 533.

Prizes and Examinations, 530.
Life purpose, 98, 488.

Mathematics, 531.
Studies in Grammar Schools, 87.

Experimental Philosophy, 534.
Ancient, Ipswich in 1528, 173.

Functions of a University, 535.
Eton in 1560, 7.

Competitive Examinations, 536.
St. Mary's College in 1570, 20.

Trade, Education for, 488.
St. Paul's School, 60.

Tradescant, Collection of Curiosities, 315.
Hoole's School in 1660, 267. [87, 95. Training College for Teachers, 184, 298, 527.
Modern, the Seven Largest Public Schools, Training to Habits, 441, 513.
Rugby in 1828 and 1870, 138.

Comenius and Hoole, 193.
St. Mary's in 1866, 43.

Translations, 128, 283, 352.
Primary School and Classes, 557.

Travel, 355, 357.
Hoole's Petty School, 193, 225.

Teachers to study foreign schools, 184.

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