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INDEX TO VOLUME I.

Address; 6

Academical Education; 524

Answers to Correspondents; 128

256,320 384,484, 512,

675, 640, 704, 763

B

Boston Monitorial School; 29,72,

160
Boston High School for girls; 96
Boston Latin School; 209, 265
Boston School Committees' Regu-
lations; 321
Boston Primary Schools; 385

C

Christ Church Sunday School,

Boston; 279

Common education, improvement

of; 664

F

Female education, 349, 401

Female Seminary, Wethersfield;

539
G
Georgia University, 475

H
Holland, primary schools of; 201

1
Infant Schools; 9, 65,129,257,
450, 513, 577

INTELLIGENCE.

French Academy of Education;

54, 121

General Knowledge Society;

Practical education; 56

Intelligence—(continued.)

U. S. National University; 57

Governor Clinton's message,
Jan. 1826; 58

Female High School of New-
York; 59

Mr. Owen's school at New Har-
mony; 60,377

Gov. Clinton's message Jan.
1826; 60

Boston High School for Girls;
61,380

Physiology of man; Gymna-
sium proposed; 61

Monitorial schools in Europe;
121

City of London Infant Schools;

Education in Buenos Ayres;

121

University of Virginia; 123

Boston Scientific Library; 180

Gov. Morrow's message Dec.
1825; Mutual instruction in
Hayti, Colombia and Greece;
College and school lands of
Indiana; London professional
and commercial institution;
183

London university; 184

Education in the Highlands of
Scotland; 184

Wesleyan academy, Wilbra-
ham, Mass.; 186

Geneva college, New-York;
Proceedings of Congress on
Education; 187

Intelligence—(continued.)

Mercantile libraries in the Unit-
ed Stales; 188
Edinburgh university; 247
Edinburgh asylum lor the blind;
248
La iv school at Northampton,
Mass.; 249
Gymnasium at Cambridge; 250
Public schools in Pennsylvania;
251
Schools in Maine; 309
Transylvania university; 311
Influence of Infant Schools; 313
Charity school, St. John's,
Southwark, London; 314
Webster's Dictionary; 315
London Gymnasium;

375, 430, 502, 625
Franklin Institute; 376

Noyes' School, New-Hamp-
sbire; 378 Attention to Education: 379
Education in India; 381 Deaf and dumb; 432 Derby Academy, Mass.; 432
Ontario Female Seminary; 434
Practical Institution. Mass.; 434
Boston Gymnasium; 436, 443,
701
Round Hill school, Northamp-
ton; 457
State of schools in Boston ; 439
Albany Lancaster School; 440
Monitorial High School, Gen-
esee, New-York; 441
Connecticut common schools;
441
British and Foreign School So-
ciety; 445
Mr. Emerson's Female Semi-
nary; 506
Mr. Thayer's School, Boston:
508, 561
College in Philadelphia; 566
American Annual Register; 568
Juvenile Miscellany; Map of
Boston; 569

Intelligence—(continued.)

Abstract of Returns from the
School Committees of Massa-
chusetts: 570
Grammar School of Glasgow,
Scotland; 571
American Sunday School Union;
626
Indian civilisation; 628
Mechanics' Institutions: 629
American Asylum for the deaf
and dumb; 631
Sandwich Islands; Kosciusko
School; 632
Physical culture and medical
admonition; 633
Franklin High School, Phila-
delphia; Renssellaer School,
Troy, New-York; 634
Col. Amoros' gymnastic school,
Paris; 689
London Mechanics' Institution;
Education in Lower Canada;
690
Education among the Hotten-
tots; 691
Mexico; Colleges in the United
States; 692
New-York central school; 693
Education in Buenos Ayres;
122, 694
Columbian college, District of
Columbia; 696
Gymnastic exercise for females;
698
Teachers of gymnastics; 699
Irving's Address on the opening
of the New York High School
for girls; 270
Jullien's questions on education;
403,481,730, 734
L
Libraries; 667

M
Massachselts practical institution
proposed; 86, 144

Mechanics' Institutions; 134

Massachusetts public schools; 231
Monitorial Instruction, Manual of;

335
Mutual education; 504

Massachusetts Free Schools ; 604,

651
N
New York common schools, 391
New York High School; 23

Notices.

Hints to Parents; Bentley's

American Instructer; Fowle's

Instruction to linear drawing;

62

Henz's French Reader; He-
len of the Glen ; Lights of
Education; New Tales for
Boy's ;New Tales for Girls;
63

Little Henri ; Warning and Ex-
ample; Poetry without Fic-
tion ; Joseph Ellis ; George
Freeman; 64

Lee's Spelling Book; Reading

Lessons for Primary Schools;

Historical Pocket Library;

125

Conversations on common
things; Wars of the Jews;
Morse's Elements of Geogra-
phy; 126

Morse's Universal Atlas;
Hymns for children; The
Robins ; Tales of the Pem-
berton Family; 127

Little Flora; 128

Catalogue of the military aca-
demy Middletown; Monito-
rial schools ; Young Ladies
Astronomy; 189

Epitome Historic Graecac;
Sears'Spelling Book; Fowle's
Catechism of English Gram-
mar; 190

The Prize; Harry and Lucy
concluded; 191

Nursery Morals; 192

Notices—(continued.)

Blake's Biblical Reader; Par-
ker's Address; Wilbur's
Scripture Tables; 253

Bolles' Spelling Book; Corne-
lius Nepos; 254

Fruits of Enterprise; Theo-
dore ; The Badge; 255

Comstock's Grammar of Che-
misiry; Leonard's Literary
andSientific Class Book; 317

Lessons in reading, spelling, and
defining ; Blair's Outlines of
Chronology; 318

Exempla Minora ; Robinson's
Elements of Arithmetic; Ad-
ventures of Congo; 319

Lafayette; Brown's Child's
First Book; 320

Art of Reading; Sacred Ex-
tracts; Brown's First Lines
of English Grammar; 382

Blake's abridgement of Blair's
Lectures ; Alger's pronounc-
ing Introduction and Reader;
Goodrich's Outline of Bible
History; 383

Fowle's Child's Arithmetic; 384

Gazeteer of New Hampshire;
446

Worcester's Friend of Youth;
Coffin's Discourses on bath-
ing; Son of a Genius; 447

Deformed Boy; 448

Pike's Arithmetic; Marshall's
Spelling Book; 511

Harry and Lucy; Frank; 512

Williams' History of the Ame-
rican Revolution; 573

Richardson's American Reader;
Fowle's Rational Guide; 574

Jane and her Teacher; George
Wilson and his Friend; 575

Parkhurst's Moral Philosophy;
635

Juvenile Philosopher; Wil-
lard's Geography for Beginners; 636
Notices—(continued.)
Worcester's Epitome of Geo
graphy ; Franklin Primer;
638
Cobb's Spelling Book; 639
Juvenile Miscellany; 640

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Spafford's Gazetteer of New-
York; 702
Prize Book No. vi, of the Pub-
lic Latin School, Boston; 703
Friendless Boy; Little Susan
and her Lamb; 704
P
Prospectus; 1
Physical education; 20
Partridge, (Capt.'s) Lecture; 395
Parents, suggestions to,

544,601,672, 734
Political view of education; 597
Professional education; 705

R
Reviews.

Mr. Greenwood's sermon
before the Boston Female
Asylum; Wayland's Duties
of an American citizen; 42
Griscom's Monitorial Instruc-
tion; 50
Hale's History of the United
States; 53
President Lindsley's Inaugural
Address at Cumberland Col-
lege; 106
Instructions in gymnastic ex-
ercise; 116

Reviews—(continued.)

Londe's Medical Gymnastics;
235
Gould's Adam's Latin Gram-
mar; 239
Greek Grammars; 293, 253
Alger's Pronouncing Bible; 303
Strictures on Murray's Gram-
mar; 307. 425, 556, 739
Classical Literature in England;
370, 409
Wilbur's Reference Bible; 423
President Humphrey's Ad-
dress; 489
Remarks on Greek Grammars;
496
Jardine's Outlines of Philoso-
phical Education; 547, 609
Webster's Chemistry; 554
Moral characters of Theophras-
tus; 623
Carter's Lettersand Essays; 677
Frost's Class Book; 737
Retrospect.—Progress of Educa-
tion during the year 1826;
751
S
Scio College; 81
School Fund for tbe several states;

220
Society of education; 485

School books, improvement «f;

718
U
University education,, 582,641

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