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Armstrong, John W. (See Plan, A, to Harmonize our Public School System.)

Arnott's Elements of Natural Philosophy Mentioned, 1885, p. 96. Art Studies in Academies and Colleges. By C. W. Bennett, A. M., Principal of Genesee Wesleyan Seminary, 1866, p. 146.

Art. (See Beginnings of Art, etc.)

Aryan Civilization, The Downward Tendency of Early, 1881, p. 629. Avery, Prof. Charles, LL. D., Obituary Notice of. By Prof. A. G. Hopkins, 1884, p. 262.

Azarias, Brother. (See Psychological Aspects of Education.) Backus, Truman J. (See Executive Committee Report of Philosophy of the College Curriculum.)

Bragg, M. M. (See Coventry. Prof. Charles Brodhead.) Bancroft, Cecil F. P. (See Relations of the Colleges to Secondary Schools.)

Bardeen, C. W. (See Taylor, George H., Notice of.)

Barnard, Frederick A. P. (See Education and the State; Metrical System of Weights and Measures; Should American Colleges be open to women? etc.; Should Studies in Colleges be Confined to, etc.; Should be pursued preparatory to, etc.) Barnard, W. S. (See Zoological Education.)

Barton, Prof. J. Græff, LL. D. By Eustace W. Fisher, A. M., M. D., 1878, p. 485.

Whether they should

Basis of Courses of Study in Schools, on the. rest upon the developing man as man, or man as a member of society. By Principal James H. Hoose, A. M., Ph. D., of the Cortland Normal School, 1878, p. 463.

Basis of Methods of Teaching. By Principal William J. Milne, Ph. D., LL. D., Genesee Normal School, 1882, p. 353.

Beattie, David. Notice of Principal Henry A. Pierce, Principal of Troy High School, 1884, p. 269.

Becker, Jan Juriænse (1660), 1869, p. 884.

Beginnings of Art, or Evolution in Ornament. By Ch. Fred. Hartt,
A. M., Professor of Geology in Cornell University, 1874, p. 689.
Bellamy, Rev. Joseph Richmond, A. M., Notice of. 1868, p. 707.
Benedict, Asa Gardiner. (See Free Academy, the,

in a System,

Benedict, Erastus C. Academic Honors, 1872, p. 505.
Benedict, Erastus C. (See Address of, etc.)

Benedict, Erastus Cornelius. By Hon. George F. Betts, 1882, p.


Benedict, Nehemiah W. Pronunciation of Greek and Latin, 1872, p. 485.

Benedict, N. W., Remarks by, on Normal School Training, 1885, p. 205. (See Elementary Instruction in the Classics; State Aid to Education, etc., Study, the, of Latin, etc.).

Benjamin, Simeon, Memorial of the Late. By Augustus W. Cowles, President of the Elmira Female College, 1870, p. 526.

Bennett, Charles W. Remarks on the Relations of the University to the College, 1885, p. 131.

Bennett, Charles W. (See Art Studies in Academies and Colleges; Post Graduate Degrees.)

Best. Isaac O. (See Instruction in Vocal Music, etc.)

Better Organization of Science-Education, the. By Prof. S. Edward Warren, C. E., of Newton, Mass., formerly of the Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, 1879, p. 537.

Betts, George F. (See Benedict, Erastus Cornelius, Notice of.) Biblical Instruction, Scheme of, 1867, p. 693.

Bickmore, A. S. (See Normal Instruction in Science in the American Museum of Natural History.)

Black Board, Use of the, in Teaching Greek. By Edward North, A. M., Dexter Professor of the Greek Language and Literature in Hamilton College, 1864, p. 47.

Blunt, Mrs. E. J. Lee. (See Literature as a Study for Young Ladies.)

Body and Mind - their Conservative Influence on Each Other. By Mrs. Clemence S. Lozier, M. D., Professor in the New York Medical College for Women, 1871, p. 521.

Bogart, William H. (See Wells, Henry, Notice of.)
Books. (See What Shall We Do With the.)

Bosworth, R. S. (See Order of Study in Natural Science.) Bouton, Eugene. Remarks on the Relations of the Public School System to the Higher Education of the State, 1885, p. 143, 148. (See Licensing of Common School Teachers, Spelling Reform, Study, the, of English, 1884, p. 114.)

Bradley, John E. Remarks on Science-Teaching. (See Ilealthfulness of Intellectual Pursuits; Regents' Examinations in Academic Studies; Report of Committee on Necrology, 1885, p. 234.)

Brain versus Muscle. By Principal Frank R. Moore, of Yates Union School, Chittenango, 1881, p. 558.

Branch, Oliver E. (See College Journalism.)

Brandt, C. G. (See Composition of the French Language, etc.) Briggs, Principal, George W., Ph. D. By Rev. Charles Noble, 1876, p. 657.

British Legislation in Regard to the Metric System, note on, 1872, p. 676.

Brown, Ames. (See Proper Construction of an English Grammar.) Brown, Samuel G. (See Fisher, Rev. Samuel Ware, Notice of.) Bryant, William Cullen. (See Verplanck, Gulian Crommellin; a Discourse.)

Buchanan, Joseph R. (See Anthropologial Principles, etc.; Liberal Education, etc.)

Bullard, Erastus F. (See New Departure, the, in Education.) Burchard, Dr. S. D. Notice of Mrs. Louisa C. Martin, by, 1884, p. 275.

Bureau of Education. (See National Bureau of Education.) Cabinets of Minerals for Academies, Proposed System of Exchanges. By Franklin Hough, 1871, p. 598.

Memorial to the Legislature, 1871, p. 599.
Draft of a Bill, 1871, p. 602.
Circulars, 1871, p. 603.

Caldwell, George C. (See Chlorophyll, and the Production, etc.) Cambridge University (England), Endowments of, 1868, p. 697. Campbell, Robert. (Regent.) Remarks by Professor Wilson upon the Life and Character of, 1871, p. 672.

Campbell, William W. By President Potter, 1883, p. 463.
Canandaigua Academy. Notice of, 1885, p. 65.

Canisteo Academy. Historical Sketch. By Principal Wellington La Monte, A. M., 1877, p. 707.

Capacity, Measures of. (See Measures of.)

Capito, Mattys. (School-master, 166?) 1869, p. 880.

Cavelse, Goost. (School-master), 1669, p. 880.

Cassety, James A. Remarks on Normal School Training, 1885, p. 263.

Catalogue. (See Regents' University Catalogue.)

Catalogue (See Corporation in Indexing and Cataloguing.) Cavert, Michael P. (See Cruttenden, David H., Notice of, Prizes in Schools, etc.)

Cazenovia Seminary. Historical Sketch. By Isaac N. Clements, 1877, p. 682.

Centennial Address. By Hon. George William Curtis, 1885, p. 23. Centennial History of Colleges. (See Statement of the Plan Proposed, etc.)

Chandler, John W. (See School Supervision.)

Chapin, Aaron L. (See Oration on the True Functions of the American College.)

Character in the Teacher. By Professor Lloyd Andrews, Ph. D., of Madison University, 1879, p. 556.

Chemistry and Physics. When first taught in Academies, 1885, p.

Chemistry, Elementary. (See Why Should, etc.)
Chemistry. (See Suggestions in Regard to Teaching.)
Cheney, L. Harrison, A. M., 1877, p. 744.

Chester, Albert H. (See Laboratory Practice.)

Chinese Competitive Examinations. By the Rev. Dr. Erastus Wentworth of Sandy Hill, 1884, p. 115.

Chlorophyll, and the Production of Organic Substance in the Plant. By Professor George C. Caldwell, Ph. D., of Cornell University, 1880, p. 585.

Civil Government as a Science and a Study. By W. K. Wickes, Principal of the Watertown High School, 1884, p. 48. Civilization. (See Aryan Civilization.)

Classen, Francis, (1660) 1869, p. 884.

Clark, John S. (See Drawing in Public Education.)

Clarke, Noah T., Remarks on Science Teaching, 1885, p. 110; on Normal Schools, 1885, p. 198.

Clarke, Noah T. (See Academic Education in the State of New York One Hundred Years ago; Normal Instruction in academies; Richards, Benjamin, Notice of)

Classes for Instructing Common School Teachers in Academies, by Principal Willis D. Graves, of the Bainbridge Union School, 1883, p. 403.

Classical Instruction. (See Method of Classical Instruction.)
Classical Languages. (See Study of, etc.)

Classical Study; There should be more of it in our Colleges, or it should be abandoned. By Tayler Lewis, LL. D., L. H. D., Professor of Ancient and Oriental Languages in Union College, 1872, p. 528.

Classical Training. By Rev. A. F. Monroe, S. J., Professor of Physics, Astronomy and Mathematics, in the College of St. Francis Xavier, 1867, p 641.

Classic Influence on the English Language. By Principal M. Eugene McClary, A. B., of Franklin Free Academy, Malone, 1880, p. 604

Classics, the, in Education. By Benjamin N. Martin, S. T. D., Professor of Logic and Mental and Moral Philosophy, in the University of the city of New York, 1868, p. 681.

Classics, study of, in Normal Schools. (See Our Normal Schools,


Classics. Why should the classics be studied at all? For what general or particular purposes, and how should they be studied? By Principal Ezra J. Peck, A. M., of Homer Academy, 1882, p.


Classics. (See Elementary Instruction in.)
Classics. (See Written Examinations in.)

Classification of General Divisions of Study. By Hyland C. Kirk, A. B., Principal of the Phelps Union and Classical School, 1872, P. 522.

Claverack Academy and IIudson River Institute, Historical account by William McAfee, A. M., 1877, p. 671.

Clements, Isaac N. (See Cazenovia Seminary; Historical Sketch of.)

Cleveland, Professor William C., C. E. (By Professor William C. Russel, A. M., 1874, p. 790.

Clinton, George, Presentation of Portrait of, 1885, p. 9.

Clinton, George W. Address by, 1864, p. 52; Remarks on presentation of Portrait of George Clinton, 1885, p. 9.

Cole, Professor J. W. (Principal of Troy High School.) Remarks on the Relations of the Public School System to the Higher Education of the State, 1885, p. 145.

(See Importance of a Better Preparation

(See Studies, on the, Proper to be Pursued,

(See Why should Elementary Chemistry

Colleges, Conference of the Presidents of, 1884, 1885, p. 154. College Curriculum. (See Philosophy of the College Curriculum.) College Discipline. By Brother Anthony, of Manhattan College,

1882, p. 328.

College, Admission to. etc.)

College, Admission to. etc.)

College, Admission to. be required for.)

College Disorders. (See Treatment of College Disorders.)

College Journalism. By Principal Oliver E. Branch, A. B., of the Forestville Free Academy, 1875, p. 679.

College Library Administration. By Professor Otis H. Robinson, A. M., University of Rochester, 1877, p. 599.

College of the city of New York. (See Department of Mixed

Mathematics in.)

College. (See Course of Study Preparatory for.)

College. (See Normal Instruction in.) 1869, p. 701.

College. (See Should Study in College be Confined, etc.)
Colleges. (See Classical Study, Lewis.)

Colleges. Proposed History of. (See Statement of the Plan, etc.)
Colleges. (See Relations of the Colleges and the Secondary Schools.)
Colleges. (See Relation of Public High Schools to.)
Colleges. (See Relation of Universities to.)

Collegiate Education of Women. By President L. Clark Seelye,
D. D., of Smith College, Northampton, Mass., 1879, p. 563.
Collegiate Education. (See Necessity of Collegiate Education, etc.)

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