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Luther, 81, 83, 85,233.

Lyeurgus, Stule and Education, TIT.


Macaulay, T B., State and Education. T'JO.
Management of Schools, 145.
Man, oi an Animal, 3T2.

Complex Constitution, 512.

Natuml Endowments, 344.

Same faculties in all races and times, 509.

Mandeville, 1U7.

Menn, 11., 507.

Education defined, 16.

Education and the State, 724.

Tribute to Edmund Dwight, 507.

Special preparation for Teaching, 507.

Laws of Mental Development, 514.

Motives for effort, study and obedience, 518.

School Attendance, 516.

Manners, 551.

Mansfield, E. D., Article by, 17.

Mansfield, J., 20,48.

Manual Labor, 299, 317, 351.

Maps. 746.

Marcel, C, 11,373,374.

Massen, P. De, 21.

Massachusetts, Schools prior to 1800, 737, 745.

Normal Schools, 057.

Mathematics, Cicero on, 634.

Bacon, 102.

Goldsmith, 358.

Gray. 655.

Mansfield. 38.

Spencer, 390.

Warburton, 654.

Wayland, 814.

YVhalely, 107, 114.

Mechanics, 390.

Memminger, C. S., 621.

Memoir of J. Green, 606.

Overberg, B., 365.

Partridge, A., 40.

Plummer, C, 73.

Randall, S. P., 227.

Tappnn, 11. P., 451.

Wayland, P., 771.

Memorial by Capt. Partridge, 683.

Memory, 113.

Mental Power, 37, 509.

Merit, Promotion by. 666.

Merit-roll at West Point, 34.

Method of Study, be, 37, 153.

Mann, 514.

Mansfield, 37.

Spencer, 3T3.

Win land. 8.

Whately, 108.

Young, 155.

Monitorial, 150.

Analytical, 154.

Synthetical, 150.

Elliptic, 154.

Demonstrative, 37.

Soeratic, 150.

Michigan. 641.

State University, 452, 454, 658.

State Normal School, 82.

Middletztwn. (Conn.,) Mi%iry Academy, 60.

Massachusetts Common School Journal, 745.

Military Education and Schools, 659.

Austria, 409.

Sardinia, 457.

Switzerland. 689.

United States, 17, 05 471,659.

Military Exercises in Ordinary Sclwols, 40.

Military Habits or a People. 51, 71.

Military Marches, 68, 70, 685.

Military and Scientific Education, 56.

Military TWIiers, School for, 436.

Mill. J. 8. 730.

Miller, S. I)., 64a

Milton. 63, 719.

Mind, Original Powers, 512, 803.

Mind, Instrument to discover and apply Law, 801.

Model Schools, 333.

Modem Languages, 693, 798.

Monitorial System, 150.

Montaigne, 87, 158.

Montesquieu, 718.

Moral Education, 79, 158, 518, 54a

Moral Suasion in Schools, 133.

More, Sir T.. 719.

Morse, Geography, 139, 739.

Moscherosch, 84. 234.239.

Mother Tongue, Study of, 324.

Mothers, Unconscious Lesson on Objects, 379.

Education Suitable for, 393, 497.

Ignorance of Duties, 395.
Motives, 518. -

Mount Vernon, (O.,) Female Seminary, 268.
Music in Education of Girls, 502.

National Military Schools, 17, 659.

National Schools in Ireland, 145.

Nature, Love and Knowledge of, 381.

Nuture, Laws of, 802.

Knowledge and Obedience, our business, 802.

Natural Bent or Disposition, 557.
New Preston, (Conn.) Dr. Bushnell on, 143.

Eminent and useful men born in, 144.

New Jersey State Normal School, 857,

NewburyiKKt, Putnam Kree Academy, 617.

New York, State .Normal School. 341, 351.

Historical Development, 341, 531.

Course of study, 538, 547.

Regulations, 5:i5.

Plans ol Building, 539.

Nieraeyer, 497, 502.

Night Schools in Philadelphia, 819, 823.

North East Grammar School, Philadelphia, 250.

Norwich University. 60.

Normal School, History, 753,

European. 753.

American, 756.

Admissions 3.lf, 525.

Course of Instruction, 333, 525, 547.

Examination and Diploma, 310, 525.

Normal School, described.

Albany, 341. 531.

Bordeaux, 306.

Dijon, 305.

Dresden, 525.

Hofwyl, 323.

Kussnacht, 333.

Lausanne, 338.

Lucerne, 335.

Paris, 307.

Philadelphia. 834.

Turgovia, 340.

Versailles, 303.

Zurich, 336.

Normal Schools, Argument for.

Clinton, 341.

Cousin, 282.

Everett, 758.

Cuizot, 289.

Mann, 605.

Potter, 344.

Noviate in Teaching, 269, 2B5.

Nott, E., Letter from, 132.

Number, lesson in, 191.

Obedience, 160, 519.

Laws of Nature, one object of education, 802.

Military, 39.

Oberlin, (O..) College for Females, 268.

Object Teaching, 243.

Pestaloxxi, 162.

Young, 176.

Spencer, 378.

Books on, 378.

Obstinacy. 560.

Occupation of parents of Cadets, 686.
Oeser, 249.
Officers, Military Education of, 27.

Officen, Military, Switzerland, 692.

Austria, 711.

Sardinia, 458.
Offspring. Treatment of, 393.
Ohio Female Seminaries, 267, 503.
Ohio Fernnle College, College Hill, 503.
Ohio Wesleyan Female College, (Cinn.,) 268.
Olmsted, I)., and Normal SchooU, 850.
Opinion of School-mate*. 004.
Oratory, Goldsmith on, 358.
Organization of Schools in Ireland, 145.
Osgood, S.( Dedication of School-house, 847
Otto, Dr., 529.
Overberg, B., Memoir, 365.

Mode of Improving Teachen, 366.

Address to Normal Pupils, 369.

Teaching in open air, 367.
Oxford, (O.,) Female College, 268.
Oxford, CO.,) Female Institute, 268.

Pace, D. P., 14, 534.

Pninesville, (O.,) Female College, 268.

Parents, Fnmiliirily and Sympathy with Children, 94.

Knowledge of Family Duties, 3tf3.
Paris, Central Normal School, 281.
Partridge, A., Memoir and Portrait,48.

Plan for Notional Defence, 51.

Defects and Plan of National Education, 54.

Military School at Middletown, 60.
*■ " Norwich, Vt., 64.

Memorial against U. S. Military Academy, 683.

Pedestrian Excursions, 394.
Passions, malignant effects of, 394,509, 522.
Patronage, Appointment by, 701.
Pauperism and Ignorance, 322.
Puwtucket, Dedication of School-house, 842.
Peasantry in Switzerland, 321.
Pedestrian Excursions, 63,70,685.
Penmanship, 139.
Pennsylvania. Schools prior to 1800, 741.

Normal SchooU in, 857.
Perceptive Faculties, 176, 377, 515.
Perkins, G.R., 544.
Pestalozzi, 88, 157, 162,170, 377.
Pestalozzian Foundation in Saxony, 524.
Peter Parley, School days of, 134.
Philadelphia. Public Schools. 817.

Historical Development, 818.

Central High School, 819.

Schools prior to 1800.743.

Plans of Grammar School-houses, 824.
"Central High School, 830.

41 Normal School. 834.

"Unclassified School. 829.

Physical Education, 41,104,169, 396.
Physics, 391.

Physiology, necessary for Mothers, 396.
Pierce's Spelling Book, 743.
Pierpoot, J., 244.
Pillans, 387.

Play, Normal condition of Children, 93.
Play-ground, 172.
Piny games and Pastimes, 5D5.
Plato, 8.

Plummer, Caroline, Memoir, 73.
Plummer Farm-School, 76.
Plummer Professorship, 77.
Plutarch, 81.
Poetry, 208, 388, 522,719.
Poets, Influences of, 117.
Polytechnic School. Paris. 670, 678.

Conditions and Mode of Admission, 678.
Portraits of Wayland, F., I.

Partridge. A., 49.

Randall, 225.

Tappan, H. P.,449.

Green, J., 606.
Potter, Alonzo, 14, 344, 771.
Practice, Value of, 13, 103, 812.
Principles, in their application*. 375.
Private and Public Schools, 347, 362,556.
Private Tutor, Uualiacation> 565.

Prohibitions in School, 855.
Providence Public Schools, 786, 796.
Providence Atlienssum, 788

Brown University, 774.
Psalter, a Reading Book, 738.
Public Money, Principle of distribution, 786.
Punishments, Sixty Years Ago, 557.
Putnam Free Academy, 617.

Plan of Building, 616.
Putnam, (O.,) Ladies Seminary, 208.
Puzzling out difficulties, 114.
Pythagoras, 81.

Questioning. Modes of, 112, 165.

Quincy, J., Report on Girls High School, 247.

History of Boston, 259.

Letter to Editor, 740.
Quintilian, 81,85.

Randall, S. S., Memoir and Portrait, 227.

Address at opening of State Normal School, 532.

Estimate of Labors, 231.
Raumer, 239,240, 500.
Reading, Vnlue of.

Bacon, 102.

Whately, 103.

Wayland, 786.

Corrected by experience, 102.
Reading Books in School, 123.
Rearing of Offspring, 393.
Reasoning, 115, 116.
Recitation, Dr. Wayland'i method, 776.

Prof. Crozet with his black-board, 32.
Recreation, 579.

Reflecting faculties, Exercise of, 515.
Regulations, 266.

Fires, Sweeping, Ventilation, 858.]

Providence Schools, 857.

Public School Society, N. Y., 858.

Rhode Island Schools, 857.
Regimental Schools, 466.
Religious Instruction, 287, 312, 315, 490.
Requisitions of Scholars, 853.
Restrictions, 100.
Reviews of Lessons, 776.
Rich parents and public schools, 259, 787
Richter, 11,236,239.
Rhetoric. Goldsmith on, 351,
Ripley, E., a good teacher, 132.
Rod, 133, 737, 745.
Rote-learning, 113.
Rote-teaching, 372.
Rotteck, 91.
Rousseau 12, 90.
Rule-teaching, 372.
Rules and Principles, 372.
Rules of Conduct, 548.

Care of School-property, 857.

Chaiincey Hall School, 851.
Requisitions, 851.
Prohibitions, 852.

Comments on, by G. F. Thayer, 853.
Rhode Island Institute of Instruction, 796.
Rhode Island School movement, 796.
Rugby School, Dr. Arnold's labors at, 798.

Salaries of Teachers in Pssiony, 529.
Salem, (Mass.,) Athenstum, 78.
Sardinia, 455.

Military system, 455.

System ot Military, Education, 455.

Royal Mi'itury Academy, 458.

Artillery and Engineer Schools, 461,

Staff School, 464.

Regimental Fchools, 466.

Practical School of Artillery, 470.
Sauntering. 591.
Saying a Lesson, 812.
Saxony, 523, 525.

Ijegal provision respecting Teachers, 523.

Normal Schools, 523.
Royal Normal School at Dresden, 525.

Schiller, 233.

School* a* they were Sixty Years Ago, 123,737.
Connecticut & N. England, 123„125, 120, 135, 737.
Massachusetts, 737, 7-10.
Pennsylvania, 741,743.
Delaware. 152.
Virginia. "48.

Town and City, 134, 740, 745, 747.
Country, 737.
Winter, 127.

Summer, 127, 128, 129. 135,741.
Srho.il houses, J26. 135, 138, 142, 730, 741, 742, 748.
Touchers, men, 125, 128, 737, 741.

Waye*. 12H.

Ilo:iriling round, 128.
Books, 123, 128. 13D, 746.
Studies, 127, 748.
Three •■RV* 741. 739.

Hpt-ling, 124, 129, 131.
Selling Hooks, J32, 739, 743.

11-M I. .; 131, 139.

Reading Hooks, 131, 738,749.
Writing, 123. 139,747.

Birch Hark, 738.
Arithmetic, 13J, 738.
Fractions, 739.
Slates, 7.18. •
Geography*. 123. 139, 739.

Maps, 123, 739.
Gram nar, 124, 139, 739, 742.
Parsing 142.
CatechUm, l-„>9, 138.

New England Primer, 738.
Discipline, 133,740,742,743.
Girls, 745.
Ro.l, 133. 737, 745.
Strnp, 744.
Ferule, 129, 746
Trouncing, 743.
Exhibitions, 127.

Visit* of Teachers to each others* schools. 128.
8cliuu.il, 10.
School-books, Dr. Wayland on, 812.

Catalogue of Am. authors, A. to G., 211, 401, 626. Science. 3!)i>.

Scripture, Mode of studying, 108.
School-houses, I'lins, 612. 818.
Graded Schools, 610. 824. 820, 828.
High Schools, 616, 023, 830.
Normil Scho -Is, 531. 538, 631, 834.
Female Seminaries, 503, 020.
Self knowledge. 354.
Self-evolution, the science and art, 386.
Self-instruction, 380.
Self-preservation, 389.
Self-tespcct, 514.
Seneca, 8, 81, 82.
Simon«on, Zoological Chart, 652.
Simpson, J.. 13. 158.
Sheldon, E. H., 223.
Senses, culture of, 177.
Schroder, 90.
Scldeimacher, 236.
Shter, S„ and Sundny Schools, 843.
Slei lanms, J., Portrait, 653.
Smith, A., aniL State Education, 721.
Smith, I). T., Portrait, 653.
Smattering. 107, 352.
Society, Science of, 392.
Solids, how taugbl, 184.
Soldan, 235.
Soldier and citizen.
So-Jihey, R., 719.
Spelling, classes and sides, 131.
Selling Books, 123, 139. 739, 743. 749.
Spencer, Herbert, thoughts on education, 372.
Intellectual education, 373.
Decline of old methods, 372.
Teaching by rules, 373.
Abstractions, 374.

Spontaneity of Observing faculties, 373.
Order and Method of Nature, 374.
Guiding Principles, 377.

Spencer, Herbert, Simple to the complex, 375,
Concrete to the Abstract, 375.
Historical sequence, 375.
Emperical to the rational, 376.
Sell-development, 376.
Learning should lie pleasurable, 377.

Practice ot what is learned, 377.

Intuitional exercises of the perceptions, 377.

Object Lessons, 378.

Mothers' unconscious tuition of objects. 379.

Object Teaching extended in space and time, 380.

Love and knowledge of Nature, 381.

Drawing, including Form and Color, 381.

Dimension* in perspective, 382.

Geometry, primary and emperical, 383.

Acquisition of knowledge always pleasurable, 386.

Relative values of knowledge, 388, 399.

Knowledge requisite to selr preservation, 389. Industrial success, 389. u ''' Happiness of Family, 383.

"Citizenship, 395.

"* Amusements, 399.

Discipline, 399.
Spencer, J. C, 342.
Spitting, 442.

Hpringheld, (O.,) Female College, 268.
Spurzheim, 11.
Stall* School in Austria, 439, 711.

**" Sardiuia, 465.

State and Education, 717.

Ijycurgus, Epictetus, Aristotle, Cicero, 717.

Dmter, Montesquieu, Ilii:k*on. Swift, 718.

More, Milton, VVitdsworth, Suuthey, 719.

Smith, Mill, Macnulay, Aschatn, 120.

Broughnm Everett, Cushing, 721.

Bushnell, Mann. 722.
Sterling, on axioms, 7.
Stewart, D., 12. 106 813.
Steubenvills. (0.,) fremate Seminary, 268.
Stories, childrens' fondness for, 490
Stoy, 90.
Street-plays, 96.
Stuart, M., Tributo to, 792.

Studies, Bacon's Essay on, 103.

Annotntions on, hy Whntely, 104.

Contempt o( Studies, 104.

Little Learning, J04.

Modes of Study, 108.

Studying of the Scriptures, 1G8.

Deference to Ant nonius, IIJ.

Rotc-leariring, 1J3.

Facility uf Learning, 114.

Action of Studies on the Mind, 114.

Early Associations, 117.

Injudicious reading of History. 119.

Pleasure-ground* of Knowledge, 121.
Study, Method of, 37, 776.
Sturm, Portrait of, 653.
Summer Schools, J27, 129. 135, MI.
Superintendent of Schools in Connecticut, 731.

First Annual Report in 1846,732.

Summary of Defects and Remedies, 733.
Support of Schools, 786.
Sweeping School house, 857.
Switzerland, 313, 323, 689.

System of Public Schools, 313.

Historical Development, 313, 320.

Compulsory Attendance, 314.

Religious Question, 315.

Normal Schools, 316, 318,

Manual Labor, 316.

Examination and Inspection, 3)9.

Education of Girls, 320.

Condition of the Peasantry, 321.

Ignorance and Pauperism, 322.

Normal Schools and Courses, 333.

Normal Course at Hofwyl, 323.

Berne Cantonal Society, 330.

Normal School at Kussnacht, 331.
11 *4 Lucern, 335.

Zurich, 336.
"" Lausanne, 338.

* *• Thurgovia, 340.

Military Svstem and Education, 689

Outline of Military System, 689.

Drill for Officer*. 401.

Cadet System, Origin, 693.

Parades'tind Festival!, 694.
Annual Festival nt Zurich, 695.

Sham Fights, G97.
Target Shooting, 700.
Festival of Swiss Sharp-shooters, 701.
Cantonal anil Federal Encampments, 710.

Target Shooting in Switzerland, 695.
Tappnn, H. P., Memoir nnd Portrait, 449, 641.

Publications, 451.

Presidency of Michigan University, 452.

Removal an Outrage, 641.
Tasks, 557.

Taste, in Educntinn of Girls, 501.
Taxation and Educntinn, 723.

Equity in Application, 723, 786.
Teachers as they were, 135, 128,132.
Teachers Aid Societies, 298, 524.

Annuities, 272, 301.

AssociatiJiis, 273.

Conferences, 273, 277.

Examinations, 272, 318, 527.

House and Garden, 300.

Inspection, 310.

Institutes. 270, 28G, 324.

Libraries, 202, 447.

Mutual Aid Society, 524.

Saturday Normal Classes, 275.

Snvinjs Bo\, 302.

Social and Pecuniary Condition, 238.

Spcchl Preparation, 507.

Superannuated Fund nnd Asylum, 524.

Bnfary and Wages, 301, 520.
Tetzner, 83.
Text Books, true construction and use of, 814.

Catalogue of American, 200, 401. 626.
-•»Used Sixty Win Ago, 123, 13K, 742, 74G. —
Thayer, 8., J7, 6V8. <w

Thayer, G. F., on Courtesy, 850.
Timidity, 58",.

Theologian I Scmirmrici nntl Education, 649, 790.
Thomas, B. !•*., Tribute to Dr. Wayland, 783.
Trnvel, 355.

Topogrophv, School of, 467.
Truth 500.*

Trailing, Teaching, and Telling, 515.
Trouuiin:.*, 745.
Turin. Kbyul Military School, 458.

Artillery nnd Engineers1 School, 461.

Arsenal Practical School, 470.

United States Norma) Schools, 75G.

Teachers* Conferences, 373.

Military Schools, 17, 65, 657. Universe, Laws of, 802. Universities, Foreign, Goldsmith on, 356. Upiier Canada, Population and School Statistics, 650.

Eletnetitary or Common Schools, 650.

Private or Denomiiutiunal Schools, 650.

County Grammar Schools, 6-ifl.

Acndeniies nml Private Schools, 650.

Colleger and Universities, 050.

Normal nnd MoiM School, 650.

Theological Odbgcs nnd Faculties, 649.

Deaf Mutes, Indi.in, fcc., 649.

Total Number of Tenchcrs and Students, 650

Total Expenditures. &c, 650.
Usbcr, Condition of, by Goldsmith, 348,

Vanity, in Female Education, 492.
Vehrli, Touchers for the poor. 317.
Ventilnti-m. 172, (,f.ir 833. 858.
Vernacular Lnnjritnpe, 287, 324.
Versailles, Normal School at, 301.
Vice, 554.

Vicious Rovs in Public Schools, 553.
Vienni, Start"School, 711.
Virginia an Old Field Academy, 741.
Virtue, 556.

Warburton, Bishop, on Mathematical Studies, 654.
Warren Grammar School in Philadelphia, 828.
Washington and West Point Academy. Id.
Webster, D., Education a sell-work, J4,
Webster. N., Letter from, tx> Editor, 123.

Reminiscences of American Education, 123.'

Essay ou Educatiun of Youth, 124.
Webster's Spelling Book, 131.
Weikard, 87.
Wells, W.H., Crnded School, 223.

Schools of Chicago, 615.

Conferences of Teachers, 273, Waylandj F., Portrait, 1.

Educational Ubors, 771.

Experience as Preacher and Pastor, 773.

Presidency of Brown University, 774.

Text Bo >ks, 785.

Services to Popular Education. 780.

Views on Thcologicr.J Education, 790.

Generous appreciation of meritoiious services, 792.

Estimate of characters end labors of Arnold, 797. Wesleyan Female Seminary, Itelaware, (O..) 268.

"" "Cincinnati, (O..) 268.

West Point U. S. Military Academy, 17,659.

Historical Development, 17, 25. 29. _

Visitation anil Inspection, 29, 661.

Course of Instruction, 29, 36.

Method of study and recitation, 35, 37.

Discipline and Ment-rclL 38.

Relative values of study and conduct, 40.

Military Exercises, 40.

Results, in Scientific Text Books. 42. *' on American Education, 43. "in the Military service, 44.

Relations to Rebellion, 45.

Tribute to the old Professors, 46.

Regulations relating to Admission of Cadets, 47.

Reitort of Vigors for 1863, 661.

Conditions nnd morlo of appointment, 662.

Selection by Competitive examination. 666.

Evils of the present system of appointment, 673.

Modifications recommended, 675.

No. of Graduates and Failures from each State,677,

Condition and Examination for Polytechnic, 6"38.

Memorial of Capt. Partridge, 683.
Whately, Archbishop, on Bn con's Essays, 104.

Annotation oi Studies, 104.

Contempt of Studies, 104.

Little Learning, 104.

Smattering of Knowledge, 107.

Motles of Study. 108.

Studying of Scripture, 108.

Deference to authorities, 111.

Curiosity, 112.

l.earm:ig l>y rote, 113.

Focilily of Learning, 114.

Action of studies on (he mind, 114,

Indirect influence, 114.

Eurly Associations, J17.

Injudicious reading of History, 119.

Pleasure-grounds of knowledge, 121.
Whipping. 503.
Whitting, 141,854.

Wilder* nin, Infant instruction, 163,170.
Witm. 293.

Teacher*' Libraries, 295.

Pecuniary condition, 21*8.
Wisdom, 5j9.
Wool worth, S. B., 545.
Worcester, (.Mass..) Public Library, 607.
Wordsworth, W., 7, 9, 719.
Wyse, T„ :.83.

Young, T. U., Manual for Infant Schools, 155.
Necessity nnd Nature of Infant Schools, 155.
Qualifications of the Teacher, 169.
Rulesand Herniations for Pureuts, Teachers, 171.
Developing Lessons, 176.

Zenis, (O ,) Female College, 2C8,
Zschokke. 90, 237. 240, 242.
Zurich Normal School, 336.
Festival of Swiss Sharp-shooters in 1859,701.

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