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II. The DUTY of The STATE to MAKE Education UnivERSAL.. 31

Bishop DoANE—Address to the People of New Jersey.... ... 313

PENN–ADAMs—JEFFERSON.—MADison—JAy—RUsh—KENt.......... ... 317

III. The Right AND PRActick of PRoperty TAxAtion for School, PURPoses....... 323

D. D. BARNARD–Report to the Legislature of New York..... .......... ... 323

DANIEL WEBstER—The early School Policy of New England......... -------- 327'

HoRAcE MANN-The principles underlying the Ordinance of 1647..... ... ... 328

HENRY BARNARD–The Early School Codes of Connecticut and New Haven.... 332

National Land Grants for Educational Purposes........ ... 334

V-VARIous Aspects of PopULAR AND Higher Education.

I. Bishop Alonzo Porter, D.D., of Penn........................................ 7

Consolidation and other Modifications of American Colleges............... 337

II. Edward EveRETT, President of Harvard College. ............................. 343

Reminiscences of School and College Life—conditions of a good school.... 844

Popular Education and Sound Science—Moral Education. . . . . . . . ........ 350

Generous Studies—Homeric Controversy–Education and Civilization...... 856

Popular Education—Boston Public Library–Female Education........... 361

III. F. A. P. BARNARD, D.D., LL.D., President of columbia College............. .... 367

College Contributions to the American Educated Mind................... 367

Sub-graduate and Post-graduate Collegiate course—oral Teaching ........ 371

Higher Scientific Instruction—Elective Studies........................... 375

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