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W'urt tern berg.
Fortbildungsschule filr Frauen und Madchen.
Gewerbliche Fortbildungsschulen (2).
Kdnigliche Turnlehrer-Bildungsanstalt und Muster
Umversitat. Evangelisch-theologische Facultat. 6 Pr. Katholisch-theologische Facultat. 6 Pr. Jurislisehe Facultat. 8 Pr. Medicinische Facultat. 12 Pr. Philosophische Facultat. 16 Pr. Staatswirthschaftliche Facultat. 6 Pr. Naturwissenschaftliche Facultat. 11 Pr. Handelssehule.
Asch (in Bohmen).
Cles (in Turd).
Eulehberg (in Mihren).
Feldhirch (in Tyrol).
Fachschule fur Stickerei. Zeugdrnok und Weberei.
Ferlach (in Karnthen).
Oahlonz (in Bohmen).
Fachaehule fur Holzschnitzerei.
Grasslitz (in Bohmen).
Theologische Facultat. 6 Pr.
Rechts- und staatswissenschaftliche Facultat. 11 Pr.
Medicinische Facultat. 12 Pr.
Philosophische I neult.it. 28 Pr.
Gewerbeschule fur Bangewcrbtreibende, indnstrielle
loannenm, Lehranstalt filr verschiedene Fachwissen-
Grulich (in Bohmen).
I/« iila (in Bohmen).
Hainsdorf (in Bohmen).
Hallein (in Salzburg).
Holienbrttck (in Bohmen). Kunstgewerbeschule.
Imst (in Tyrol). Fachschule filr Holzschnitzerei.
Kunstgewerbeschule mit Lehrwerkstatt filr Holz-
Inzing (in Tyrol). Spitzen Industriescnule.
Joseph-thai (in Bohmen).
Jnng-Bunzlau (in Bohmen).
Schule filr Porzellan- und Thonindustrio.
KUigenfurt (in Kdrnlhen).
Kbnigsberg (in Bohmen).
Niederusterreichiache Landcs-Handelsmittelschule. \
Fachschule fUr Marmorbearbeitung.
IAtten (bei Prag).
Maxdorf (in Bohmen). Bchule filr Glasspinnerei.
Fachschule fur Holzschnitzerei
Morclienstern (in Bohmen).
Bchule fdr Glasspinnerei.
Ostrau (in Bohmen). Bergschule.
Predazzo Cin Tyrol).
Fachschule fur Marmorbearbeitung.
Przibram (in Bohmen). Bergakademie.
Provei* (in Tyrol). Spitzen-Industrieschule.
Reich en fin (in Bohmen). Kunstgewerbeschule.
Reicheriberg (in Bohmen).
Rietz (in Tyrol).
St. Ullrich (in Tyrol). Fachschule fur Holzschnitzerei.
Schneeberg (in Krain). Waldbauschule.
Schtiribach (in Bohmen). Bchule fur Fabrikation musikalischer Instruments.
SchSnlinde (in Bohmen). Wirkschule.
Steinschimau (in Bohmen). Bchule fur Glasfabrication.
Fachschule far Eisenindustrie.
TacluiU (in Bohmen).
Taufers (in Tyrol).
Kunatgewerbeschule fUr Keramik.
Kunstgewerbeschule fur Siderolithindustrie.
Tlone (in Tyrol).
Fachschule fllr Marmorbearbeitung.
Akademie fllr Handel und SchifiTahrt.
Turnau (in Bohmen). Kunstgewerbeschule nebst Lehrwcrkstatt flir Edelsteinschleifer.
Wallem (in Bohmen).
Wien ( Vienna). Universitat.
Katholisch-theologische Facultat. 8 Pr.
Rechts- und staatswissenschaflliche Facultat. 20 Pr.
Medicinische Facultat. 65 Pr.
Philosophische Facultat. 49 Pr.
Evangelisch-theologische Facultat. 6 Pr.
Erste iisterreichische Baugewerkschulc.
Forstwissenschaflliche Section an der Hochschule fUr
Gewerbeschule in der Roseau.
Gremial-Handelsschule der Wiener Kanfmannschaft.
Turnlehrer-Bildungscurse fllr niederosterreichische
The difficulties attending the publication of any new statistical work and the neglect of many persons to furnish the information requested by the circular sent them, is a sufficient excuse for such errors and omissions as may be found in the foregoing List and in the Appendix.
These difficulties will be gradually overcome through the persistent efforts of the Publisher, while at the same time the Managers of all Educational Institutions will appreciate the obvious necessity of having the schools under their charge correctly and fully recorded in this List, even if for no other reason than as a matter of simple justice to their special sections — educatioual facilities being attractions that cannot be overestimated.
The next revised List will be published in the Year-Book of Education for 1879, which will go to press early in February next, and all corrections or notices should be sent to the Publisher before the end of the present year.
Special attention will be devoted to the preparation for that List of a comprehensive and reliable enumeration of the Universities and the principal High, Art, Special, and Private Schools of Europe. It is the intention of the Publisher to provide himself with very full information respecting these Institutions so as to be able to answer all inquirers—now rapidly increasing in number, as the advantages of European education in certain lines of study become more and more apparent.
Following the next regular publication of the Year-Book of Education, Steiger's Educational Directory for 1870 will be sent to press early in July next, and a still more comprehensive and carefully revised List of Educational Institutions (other than public schools), both in America and in Europe, will be given therein.
Information of this character will, in like manner, continue to appear in the anuual issues of the Year-Book and the Educational Directory, twice in every succeeding year, viz.: in the months of March and August. September, 1878.
CLASSIFIED DESCRIPTIVE CATALOGUE
OP AMERICAN, BRITISH, GERMAN, FRENCH, AND OTHER FOREIGN PUBLICATIONS ON
EDUCATION AND GENERAL PHILOLOGY;
— EXCLUSIVE OF TEXT-BOOKS —
1. BIBLIOGRAPHIC AND ENCYCLOP/EDIC WORKS, DICTIONARIES, COLLECTED WRITINCS, ANTHOLOCIES, WORKS OF REFERENCE, TEACHERS' HAND-BOOKS, YEAR-BOOKS, REPORTS, PROCEEDINGS-M»
2. GENERAL EDUCATION.
A. The Science and Art ot Education. Self-Education. —Ill
B. Home Education. — 11*
C. School Discipline. — 115
D. Miscellaneous Writings on Education. —115
3. SPECIAL EDUCATION.
A. Anthropology. Ethnology. Psychology. Natural Science. Theology. Logic.
B. Physiology. Phrenology. Physical Education. Sex in Education. School
C. Female Education. Needle-Work.— Via
D. Education of Orphans, Neglected and Feeble-minded Children. —127
E. Education of the Blind. —127
F. Education of the Dent and Dumb. — 128
G. Kindergarten and Pro-primary Education.— 130
I. The Public School. Denominational Schools. —135
K. The Intermediate School. The High School. The Commercial School. Technical Education. Military and Naval Schools. The Art School (Drawing, Music, etc.). —135
L. The Normal School. Education of Teachers. Methods of Instruction. Teachers' Institutes.— 1J7
M. The College and the University. — 138
N. The Sunday-School. —139
O. School Architecture and School Furniture. — 1*0
P. School Economy, Management, and Government. School-Supervision. Teachers' Aids. —1*0
4. THE EDUCATIONAL SYSTEMS OF THE SEVERAL STATES AND COUNTRIES. SCHOOL LAWS. - i«
5. HISTORY OF EDUCATION.
A. History. —143
B. Biography. Memoirs. — 1**
SCIENCE OF LANGUAGE, CENERALAND COMPARATIVE. LITERATURE. CRITICISM. STYLE. -1«
(like the Catalogue itself reprinted from the Year-Book of Education for 1878. A new edition of this Catalogue will be issued as part of the Year-Book of Education for 1879).
In reference to the Catalogue herewith presented the publisher is compelled to say that it proves to be very far from what he intended and has endeavored to make it.
In the absence of any similar catalogue which might have served as a basis in the compilation of this one, he has been obliged to rely mainly upon his own persoual labor and research, collecting the titles of such publications as seemed to come within the scope of his plan. To obtain correct information as to the full title (as printed on the title-page), the number of volumes of which each complete work consists, the size and number of pages, illustrations, etc., the place of publication, styles of binding, price, and other data necessary or desirable in order to convey a clear conception of each publication, has been a most difficult task — in many cases indeed an impossibility; hence the incompleteness of a number of titles. It is, therefore, in no degree surprising that this Catalogue should contain numerous errors and show many unintentional omissions, which will be discovered upon examination.
The compiler is fully aware that the classification of the titles is especially open to criticism; but he asks indulgence on the plea that the labor proved too large to be mastered in the leisure hours outside of his onerous every-day duties, temporarily increased by the removal of his business to the building 26 Park Place. While making this declaration and explanation of shortcomings, however, the publisher, in this case, prefers not to suppress an imperfect compilation, but to issue it, as it stands, trusting that it will be considered better than no catalogue at all. He will, of course, endeavor to improve the next issue, hoping to receive aid from persons generally interested in the cause of education, and especially from publishers and authors, who will undoubtedly desire that a full and correct enumeration of their works shall be made in such subsequent editions of the Catalogue as will be prepared for the future issues of the Year-Book of Education.
The Catalogue, it may be well to say, has been compiled with special regard to the wants of American readers; and, therefore, American editions have received the preference, as being more easily obtainable than foreign publications. British, German, and French works, however, have likewise been enumerated; and it is proposed, in succeeding volumes, not only to give a fuller representation to the educational literature of these nations, but to include, likewise, similar publications of other countries. Hooks known to be out of print, have been omitted.
The system of quoting authors' names in their natural order which has been followed in this Catalogue differs from the general custom, but it is hoped that the advantages of this innovation will cause it to meet with some favor.
The abbreviations adopted are as follows:
The several abbreviations are used in this order: The figure following the title or the statement in regard to illustrations etc., indicates the size; and the figure following the perpendicular line ( | ) refers to the number of pages. Then follow, successively, the place of publication, style of binding, and price.
Where information could not be obtained, the space is left blank.
It will, of course, be understood that, unless otherwise stated, each work consists of but one volume, and that the description of the same refers to the last edition, i. e., the one now in the market.
In conclusion, the request is repeated that all who are in a position to make or suggest any corrections, additions, or emendations in the list of publications here enumerated, be pleased to communicate such to the undersigned at their earliest convenience.
Copyright, 1878, by E. Steioeb.