« PreviousContinue »
TO SCHOOLMASTERS AND HEADS OF
Price 3s., mounted in neat strong case
resembling a volume,
SPECIMENS OF THE EARTH'S TOHN HAYWOOD'S WHOLESALE | Scholar of Balliol College, Oxford; Author of Handbook D CRUST; showing the Six Great Epochs of its of the Greek Drama, &c.
Also, uniform with the above, and each at same price, 143, DEANSGATE, MANCHESTER.
A SERIES OF MINERALOGICAL SPECIMENS. Now ready, in 8vo, price 12s. 6d. cloth,
A SERIES OF CONCHOLOGICAL SPECIMENS.
HEBREW GRAMMAR, with Exer Sold by W. WESLEY, 2, Queen's Head Passage,
Outlines of Hebrew, with Exercises; being a Practical The Sixteenth Edition, in 8vo. price 12s. 6d. cloth,
. Introduction to the Study of the Hebrew Tongue. WOOD'S ELEMENTS OF ALGEBRA, I
ARITHMETICAL EXER* PART II. comprising
full grammatical Thesaurus W for the use of Students in the University of of Hebrew, and completing the systein of the language, “GOVERNMENT QUESTIONS,” selected from Exami
CISES. on 277 cards, (answers on sheets.) Cambridge. A New Edition, revised and improved by is in the press.
nations for Teachers' Certificates and Queen's Scholarthe Rev. THOMAS LUND, B.D., late Fellow and Sadlerian
Sadlerian | London: LONGMAN, GREEN, LONGMAN, and ROBERTS. ships, price ls. 4d. Practice, Fractions, Decimals, and Lecturer of St. John's College, Cambridge.
Percentares, each ls. Solutions to “Government LUND'S COJIPANION TO WOOD'S ALGEBRA,
Questions,” is. 7s. 60.
WHITE AND RIDDLE'S NEW LATIN
Stevenson, 51, Paternoster Row. A copy of each, post LUND'S KEY TO WOOD'S ALGEBRA. 7s.6d.
free, 5s. (stamps), from W. Spencer, School, Beverley. London: LONGYAN. GREEN. LONGMAN. and ROBERTS.On Tuesday, April 15, will be published, in One large !
Volume, royal 8vo, price 42s. cloth,
A NEW LATIN-ENGLISH DICTION- DOPULAR SCHOOL BOOKS,published
JA ARY. By the Rev. J.T. WHITE, M.A., of Corpus I by LHACHETTE & Co., 18, King William St., Strand.
*******............., Is. Bd. D UT PUDLIU DU- of St. Edmund Hall, Oxford. Founded on the larger Télémaque .........
...... ls. 3d. I CATION, as Reviewed in 1832. 1839. 18-16. and 1862. | Dictionar 1 1862; Dictionary of Freund, revised by himsell.
Louis XIV. ...
2s. 6d. in Papers by Sir JAMES P. Kar-SHUTTLEWORTH, Bart.
Noel and Chapsal's French Grammar...... ls. 60. *.* This work will consist of above 2,000 pages, but an!
Is. 60 London : LONGMAX, GREEN, LONGMAN, and ROBERTS. I inconvenient thickness will be prevented by its being
Caesar with Latin Notes .......
1s. 6d. printed on peculiar paper inade expressly for the work.
Horace with Latin Notes ....
1s. 60 MHREE HUNDRED AND THIR
Virgil with Latin Notes
Chapsal's Models of French Literature, Prose... 3s. Od. I TIETH EDITION of HAMILTON'S MODERN
The Same, Poetry. 3s, od. INSTRUCTIONS FOR THE PIANO-FORTE, enlarged NEW EDITION OF DR. THOMSON'S SCHOOL La Fontaine's Fables........
....... Is. 60 and figured by CZERNY, with the addition of New and
All strongly bound in boards.
Hachette's Educational Catalogue. plates, 70 pages, 4s. Contents-Rudiments of Musical
Catalogues Catalogue of General French Literature. Notation, Sections 1 to 18: Exercises and Scales. Nos.
Rudiments of the Science. By ROBERT DUNDAS supplied | Catalogue alphabetically arranged with 1 to 119: Lessons, with Preludes in various keys. Nos. 1 THOMPSON, M.D., F.R.S.S.L. & E., &c., Medical Officer of by post on Authors' names and their several works. 1072; 12 Single and Double Chants: 4 Vocal Pieces, with | Health, and Analyst, for St. Marylebone; late Examiner
receipt of List of Haclette's Greek and Latin Classics. Piano Accompaniments. A complete library for the in Chemistry in the University of London, &c. Second
a postage List of Hachette's French Railway Library. learner at the piano-forte. Also the 20th Edition of Edition, thoroughly revised and brought up to the
German List. Hamilton's Modern Instructions for Singing, 5s.; and present state of the Science.
LCatalogue of School Drawing Materials. 96th Edition of his Dictionary of 3500 Musical Terms,
London: LONGMAN, GREEN, LONGMAN, and ROBERTE. 1s.; also 70th Edition of Clark's Catechism of the Rudiments of Music, Is. Robert Cocks and Co., New Burlington
APPROVED SCHOOL BOOKS BY THE Street; and all Musicsellers and Booksellers,
REV. DR. KENNEDY.
A New Edition, in 12mo, price 3s. 6d. cloth,
PILLEMENTARY LATIN GRAMMAR EDUCATIONAL WORKS OF V sisting of the first four, and the Sixth, Books of
Euclid, chiefly from the Text of Dr. Robert Simson; with U for the use of Schools. By the Rev.B. H. KENNEDY,
the Principal Theorems in proportion, and a Course of D.D., Head Master of Shrewsbury School,
relating to Circles, Planes, and Solids; with one on Also by the Rev DR. KENNEDY, New Editions. very best Editors of educational treatises. We I Spherical Geometry. For the use of the Royal Military KENNEDY'S TIROCINIUM: or. First Latin Reading, have for many years used his
..............12mo, 2s, mar, his Young Composer,' and his 'School Geo- | Prof. of Mathematics, & Prof. of Mathematics, &c. in the Institution.
KENNEDY'S SECOND LATIN READING-BOOK. graphy,' as text books; and can testify, from daily London : LONGMAN, GREEN, LONGMAN, and ROBERTS.
12mo, 58. experience, that, in practical utility to private students, and in perfect adaptation to the purposes of public
KENNEDY'S CHILD'S LATIN PRIMER......12mo, 2s, instruction, they cannot be surpassed. The four latest
Second Edition, 2s. 64. cloth,
KENNEDY'S LATIN VOCABULARY, on Etymological contributions to the editor's educational series fully
............12mo, 3s. maintain his high reputation. The Geography for Beginners' furnishies an animirable initiation into the U Principles of Grammatical Analysis. By C. P. PALÆSTRA STILI LATINI; or, Materials for Transauthor's more elaborate manual of School Geography;' | Mason, B.A., Fellow of University College, London.
lation into Latin Prose, selected and progressively the 'Map Book for Beginners' is equal, in point of exe
............... 12mo, 6s. By the same Author, cution, to any atlas of its size which we have seen ; while
CURRICULUM STILI LATINI: A Course of Examples be Book of Blank Maps,' and the Book of Map Pro- ' THE ANALYSIS OF SENTENCES. Price Is. 6d.
for Practice in the Style of the best Latin Prose jections,' at once suggest and supply the true and only cloth.
.....12mo, 4s. 6d ata for the rational and effective teaching of geography. I FIRST STEPS IN ENGLISH GRAMMAR. Price 1s. On the whole we can, with the utmost confidence, re- cloth.
: KENNEDY'S ELEMENTS of GREEK GRAMMAR. commend these and the other works of Dr. Cornwell
12mo, 4s. 6d. London: WALTON and MABERLY, Upper Gower Street; to all who are engaged in the education of youth."Maephail's Literary Periew. and Ivy Lane, Paternoster Row.
PALÆSTRA MUSARUM: Materials for Translation into
** ...........58. 60. Just published,
London: LONGMAN, GREEN, LONGMAN, and ROBERTS.
NEW EDITION OF DR. ROGET'S ENGLISH MAP BOOK FOR BEGINNERS, Is. 6d. ; 25. 6d.
The Eleventh Edition, in crown 8vo, price 10s. 60. cloth, I DERFECT FREEDOM FROM BOOK OF BLANK MAPS, is.
MHESAURUS OF ENGLISH WORDS1 COUGHS IN 10 MINUTES AFTER USE, and BOOK OF MAP PROJECTIONS, 1s.
1 AND PHRASES, classified and arranged so as to instant relief and a rapid cure of Asthma, Consumption, Facilitate the Expression of Ideas and Assist in Literary | Influenza, Colds, and all disorders of the breath, throat,
Composition. By P. M. ROGET, M.D., F.R.S., Fellow of and lungs, are insured by Dr. LOCOCK'S PULMONIC GEOGRAPHY FOR BEGINNERS, 10th Edition,
the Royal College of Physicians, &c. New Edition, WAFERS, which have a most agreeable taste.-From
corrected. price is.
| Mr. James Froud, chemist, Dorchester, "A gentleman
a clerzyman, called on me this afternoon, and expressed A SCHOOL GEOGRAPHY, 31st Edition, 3s. 6d. ; London: LONGMAN, GREEN, LONGMAN, and ROBERTS,
himself with much pleasure of the decided benefit his with Maps, 5s. fd.
sister had received. She had been for some years the A SCHOOL ATLAS, 28. 6d. plain ; 4s. coloured.
REV, J. E. RIDDLE'S TWO SCRIPTURE
subject of a most distressing cough. The remedies
usually employed by the profession had not succeeded in ALLEN AND CORNWELL'S GRAMMAR, |
affording relief; but on trying Dr. Locock's Wafers 32nd Edition, 2. red; 18. d. cloth.
1. The Tenth Edition, in fcp. 8vo, price 4s. cloth,
benefit was alınost instantly derived, and by a little
steady perseverance the cough, which was before disURAMMAR FOR BEGINNERS, 38th Edition ; | A Topy.including Notices of Biblical Antiquities tressingly troublesome, is now perfectly cured." To Ls. cloth; 9d. sewed.
and Geography, Oriental Manners and Customs, Historic singers and public speakers they are invaluable for S YOUNG COMPOSER. 25th Edition. Is. 6d. Parallels and Contemporary Events, the Structure and clearing and strengthening the voice. They have a
Parutiene SELECT ENGLISH POETRY, 12th Edition, 4s.
Import of the Jewish Ritual, and a Survey of the Nature pleasant taste. Price 1s, 1 d., 2s, 9d., and 11s. per box
Jewish Ritual, and a survextions By Sold by all means and Design of the Dispensations. With Questions. By Sold by all medicine vendors. All throat affections are
hv allowing one occasionally to CORNWELL AND FITCH'S SCIENCE OF the Rev. J. E. RIDDLE, M.A., Author of a "Latin-English | immediately relieved by allowing one occasionally to
dissolve in the mouth.
INDIGESTION AND ALL DISORDERS OF THE STOMACI. ARITHMETIC FOR BEGINNERS, 5th Edition,
II. The Fifth Edition, in fcp. Svo, price 28. 6d. cloth, -One dose of Dr. Hugo's Medical Atoms immediately 15. 6d,
OUTLINES OF SCRIPTURE HISTORY; being the gives relief. They have a delightful taste. Wholesa London : SIMPKIN, MARSHALL, and Co.; HAMILTON, | Author's Abridgment of the Manual, for Junior Pupils. J agents, Da Silva & Co., Bride lane, Fleet Street:
by all Druggists, at is, 11d., 2s. 9d., and 4s. 6d. per ADAMS, & Co. Edinburgh: OLIVER & BOYD.
London: LONGMAN, GREEN, LONGMAN, and ROBERTS: acket.
ELEMENTARY MATHEMATICAL WORKS
RIGHT REV. J. W. COLENSO, D.D.,
PROFESSOR MAX MÜLLER'S LECTURES.
NEW FRENCH READING-BOOK FOR
ENGLISH SCHOOLS. The Second Edition, revised, in 8vo, price 12s.
The Second Edition, in 12mo, price 4s. 6d. cloth, TECTURES ON THE SCIENCE OF
LECTURES FRANÇAISES; or, Ex
BY TUE U LANGUAGE, delivered at the Royal Institution of
Itracts in Prose from Modern French Anthors. Great Britain in April, May, and June, 1861. By MAX
With copious Notes for the use of English Students. MULLER, M.A., Fellow of All Souls College, Oxford; Cor.
By LEONCE STIEVENARD, Principal French Master in responding Member of the Imperial Institute of France.
BISHOP OF NATAL.
the City of London School; Second French Master in “It is not often that a its doctrine, as well as the
| St. Paul's School; and Lecturer on the French Language book so good in every way greatest scholarship and the STEREOTYPE EDITIONS, THOROUGHLY REVISED.
and Literature in King's College. as this can be published. purest lucidity of style, it
"A useful French reading. 1 to the text, being more ele. Novelty in the subject and will command attention from
book, consisting of extracts | mentary in the earlier part, genins in the author will the many who read for plea.
I taken from none but modern and written in French to. make any book interesting ; sure as well as from the few
French writers. It is divi- | wards the end. Altogether, but when with these attrac- who rend for higher pur-01 Schools; comprising the Four ELEMENTARY Rules,
ded into three parts, which it forms an excellent introtions a book coinbines the poses." -Globe. Compound Arithmetic, Reduction, &c., Square and Cubic
increase in difficulty with I duction to the French literaphilosophical importance of
Measure, Fractions and Decimals, Practice, Proportion,
the advance of the learner. ture of the present day."London: LONGMAN, GREEN, LONGYAN, and ROBERTS. Money, Weight, Space, and Time. New Edition, with an
The notes are well adapted | Atheneum. additional Chapter on Decimal Coinage.........12mo, 4s. 6d. London: LONGMAN, GREEN, LONGMAN, and ROBERTE. BUTLER'S SCHOOL ATLASES AND GEOGRAPHY.
KEY TO COLENSO'S ARITHMETIC FOR THE REV. DR. COLLIS'S CLASSICAL New and thoroughly revised Editions, enlarzed and SCHOOLS, containing solutionis in full of all the
SCHOOL BOOKS. corrected to the present time, and Edited by the Questions. By S. MAYNARD)...........................12mo, 6s.
Just published in 12mo, price 3s. 6d. cloth, Author's Son, the Rev. THOMAS BUTLER, Rector of Langar.
DONTES CLASSICI, No. I. a Stepping. COLENSO'S ELEMENTARY ARITHMETIC, 1 PISHOP BUTLER'S MODERN GEO
Stone from the beginning of Latin Grammar to designed for the Use of National. Adult, and Commercial Casar. By the Rev. J. D. COLLIS, D.D., Head Master of GRAPHY: an entirely New Edition, corrected to Schools; consisting of a Text-Book of Arithmetic, Bromsgrove Grammar School. the Present Time, Post Svo. Price 4s. cloth.
accompanied by a series of easy and amusing Fxamples, BUTLER'S ANCIENT GEOGRAPHY: an entirely arranged progressively in order of difficulty, beginnin
Classical School-Books by the same Author. New Edition, corrected from the best authorities. Post from the very simplest steps.
PONTES CLASSICI, No. II. Greek............12mo, 3s. 6d. 8vo. Price 4s, cloth.
18mo, 1s. 9d.; or, with Answers, 2 s. 3d. PONTICULUS GRÆCUS & LATINUS, price 1s.each. THE ANCIENT AND MODERN GEOGRAPHY, in
| PRAXIS LATINA, PART I. for Beginners............ 2s. Gal. 1 vol. Price 7s. 60.
COLENSO'S ELEMENTARY ARITHMETIC for PRAXIS LATINA, PART II. for Advinced Pupils ...3s. BUTLER'S ATLAS OF MODERY GEOGRAPHY: National Schools is divided into Five Parts, which are
vided into Five Parts, which are PRAXIS GRÆCA, PART I. Accidence, Etymology 2s. Gil. enlarged to 30 full-coloured Maps, with a complete Index.
sold separately as follows:-
PRAXIS GRECA, PART II. Syntar.........................6s. Royal 8vo. Price 2s, half-bound.
I. Text-Book, price 6d.
I PRAXIS GRECA. PART III. Accentuation, &C......... BUTLER'S JUNIOR ATLAS OF MODERN GEO
II. Examples, PART I. Simple Arithmetic, price 4d. PRAXIS IAMBICA, Greek Tragic Verse Book ...... 4s. 64. GRAPHY: comprising 12 full-coloured Maps, selected from the Modern Atlas. Royal 8vo. Price 15.6d, half. 111. Examples, Part II. Compound Arithmetic, price 4d. TIROCINIUM GALLICUM, or French Grammar Ss. 6. bound.
IV. Examples, PART III. Fractions, Decimals, Duodeci. London: LONGMAN, GREEN, LONGMAN, and ROBERTS. BUTLER'S ATLAS OF ANCIENT GEOGRAPIY:
malo, &c., price 4d. enlarged to 21 full-coloured Maps, with a complete Index. V. Answers to the Examples, with Solutions of the Royal 8vo. Price 12s, half-bound.
more difficult Questions, price 1s.
THE REV. W. W. BRADLEY'S LATIN PROSE BUTLER'S JUNIOR ATLAS OF ANCIENT GEO
EXERCISES. GRAPHY: comprising 10 full-coloured Maps, selected
A New Edition, in 12mo, price 3s. 6d. cloth; Colenso's Algebras.
and KEY, 5s. from the Ancient Atlas. Royal 8vo. Price 4s. 6. halfbound.
THE ELEMENTS OF ALGEBRA designed for T ATIN PROSE EXERCISES: ConBUTLER'S GENERAL ATLAS OF ANCIENT AND
1 the Use of Schools, Part I. containing the simpler | U sisting of English Sentences translated from MODERN GEOGRAPHY: enlarged to 54 full-coloured parts of the science, suitable for general School purposes, Cæsar, Cicero, and Livy, to be re-translated into the Mans. with Two Indexes. Royal 10. Price 249. half. and as required for the attainment of an ordinary B.A. Laricinal
yuired for ine attainment of an ordinary B.A. I original Latin. By the Rev. W. W. BRADLEY, M., bound.
..............12mo, 43. 6d.; KEY, 55. late Demy of Magdalen Collere. Oxford. Seventh Edi. BUTLER'S GEOGRAPHICAL COPY-BOOKS, or
tion, revised and corrected. MAP-PROJECTIONS, Ancient and Modern. Oblong | COLENSO'S ELEMENTS OF ALGEBRA.
By the same Author, nearly rendy, 4to. Price 43. ench Set ; or 7s.6d, together.
designed for the Use of Schools, Part II., adapted to suit LESSONS IN CONTINUOUS "LATIN PROSE
the wants of more advanced Students; containing the WRITING London : LONGMAN, GREEN, LONGYAN, and ROBERTS.
higher parts of the subject, with an Appendix of more
London : LONGMAN, GREEN, LOXGMAX, and ROBERTS.
12mo, 6s.; KEY, 5s.
BRADLEY'S SCHOOL EDITIONS OF LATIN New Edition, price 48.; and Key, now ready, price 29. Cd.
AND EQUATION PAPERS from Parts I. and II. of
CLASSIC AUTHORS, IMPROVED BY WHITE. A PROGRESSIVE GREEK DELEC the Algebra; with the Answers ...... ......12mo, 2s.6d. A New Edition, in 12mo, price 3s. 6d, cloth, A TUS. for the use of Schools. Bythe Rey. H. Mi's.
CORNELIUS NEPOS, with English GRAVE WIKINS, M.A., Fellow of Merton College, Oxford./ COLENSO'S ELEMENTS OF ALGEBRA, IU Notes and Questions. By the Rev. C. BRADLEY,
adapted for the Use of National and Adult Schools: 1.A. New Edition, corrected and enlarged by the ad. The plan of this work, / worth's Accidence and Syn
containing numerous Easy Examples and Questions dition of Explanatory and Grainmatical Notes, by the suggested by the Rev. Dr. | tax, the scope and practical
under every Rule; with a selection of Miscellaneous | Rev. JOIN T. WHITE, M.A.. First Master of the Latul Temple, Ilead Master of bearing of which are thus
Exercises for Practice.........18nio, 1s. 60.; KEY, 2s. 6d. School, Christ's Hospital. Rugby School, and since ap- inculcated on the pupil's proved by many of the first mind as he proceeds. Idio
By the same Editor, New Editions, scholastic authorities, is to matic constructions only are COLENSO'S ELEMENTS OF ALGEBRA, BRADLEY'S EUTROPIUS, with English Notes, &e. illustrate every stage of explained in the notes; or.
adapted for the Use of Teachers and Students in the corrected, enlarged, and improved. 12mo, price 2. od. Bishop Wordsworth's Greek dinary words and phrases University ; being a large-paper Edition of the Algebra, I BRADLEY'S SELECTIONS from PHEDRUS. with Accidence, on the principle being given in a Lexicon
Parts I. aud II. as above, the complete work.
English Notes, &c., corrected and enlarged, 1200, that a delectus should be a appended, in which it has
8vo, 125, 6d.; KEY, 12m10, Ts. 6a. grammar teaching by ex. been aimed to present all the
price 2s. 6d. ample. Accordingly, in lieu additionalinformation which
BRADLEY'S OVID'S METAMORPHOSES, with Eng. of the exegetical notes, too the youthful student ofGreek
lish Notes, &c., revised and improved. 12mo, prier commonly construing and can require, so as to make / DLANE TRIGONOMETRY. Part I.. comprisingl 45. 60. parsing for the pupil, in this delectus complete in the Measurement of Lines and Angles, the Nuinerical London: LONGYAN, GREEN, LONGMAX, and ROBERTS similar works, constant re- itself.
| Values of the Trigonometrical Ratios ; with the Use of ference is made to Woris. I
Logarithing and the Exponential Theorem. Also, by the Rev. H. M. WILKINS, in 12mo, price 5s.
12mo, 35.60.; KEY, 3s. Gd
WORKS ON ENGLISH COMPOSITION, &c.
BY MR. G. F. GRAHAM. PROGRESSITE GREEK ANTHOLOGY, for Schools, COLENSO'S PLANE TRIGONOMETRY, Part|LNGLISH: or. the Art of Composition
May now be had, in fcap. 8vo, price 5s, cloth, "A good reading-book for elegiac and lyric poets, and young Greek scholars, con- the Alcestis of Euripides,
IL, comprising the Summation of Series, the Trigono. sisting of extracts from Ana- with an ample supply of metrical Solution of Equations, and a large Collection
xplained in a Series of Instructions and Exam creon, the Odyssey, the good notes."- Athena of Miscellaneous Problems ...... 12mo, 2s. 60.; KEY, 5s.
G. F. GRAHAM. New and Revised Edition. NOTES FOR LATIN LYRICS, in use in Harrow. / *** The KEYS to the Two Parts of the Trigonometry, GRAHAM'S HELPS TO ENGLISH GRAMMAR Westminster, and Rugby Schools. Third Edition, re
together, price Ss. 6d.
Improved Spelling and Reading Made Easy, 2s. 6i. vised and corrected, price 4s. 60.
GRAHAM'S ENGLISH SYNONYMES CLASSIFIED “Mr. Wilkins has made perly laid the chief stress on
AND EXPLAINED, with Practical Exercises, 6s. good use of the sugestions translation. The original
THE ELEMENTS of EUCLII parts usual GRAHAM'S ENGLISH STYLE; or, a Course of Instrucwith which the friends we Latin pretry of schoolboys I studied in the Universities), from the Text of Dr. juve made tre of his Notes must, in nine caves out of Simpson; with a large Collection of Geometrical Problems GRAHAM'S STUDIES from the ENGLISH POETS.
tion for the Attainment of a Good Style of Writins, 7 for Latin Lyrics have 3ten, be wretched stuff, with
for Solution). 18mo, 19. 60.; or, with a KEY to the Prosisted him. The new edi. out affording the exeellent! blems, os.Cd.
GRAHAM'S ENGLISH GRAMMAR PRACTICE. tion is as complete an intro. mental exercise which the
Nearly ready. duction to the practice of comparative analysis of two
COLENSO'S GEOMETRICAL PROBLEMS and London : LONGMAN, GREEN, LONGMAX, and ROBERTS. Latin lyrical verse as the languages implies." young scholar can desire. Guarilian. KEY....
....18mo, 3s. 6d. Mr. Wilkins has very pro
WILKINS'S EVERCISES IN LATIN PROSE, de- | COLENSO'S GEOMETRICAL PROBLEMS | Printed and Published by CHARLES FRANCIS Hodgsos. signed for the use of the Shell Forms of Public and other
separately, for the Use of Schools where other Editions 1, Gouglı Square, in the Parish of St. Bride in the Civ Schools, nearly ready.
of Euclidl" may be employed .......
noster Row: and W. Wesley, 2, Queen's Head Passage London: LONGYAN, GREEN, LONGMAX, & ROBERTS London: LoxgyaX, GREEN, LONGmax, and ROBERTS. Paternoster Row. APRIL 1, 1862,
18mois. I of London; and sold by W. Aylott and Son. S. Pateo o , IS.
PRESIDENT OF THE COUNCIL.
BOARD OF EXAMINERS.
MODERATOR FOR CLASSICS—Wm. Smith, Esq., LL.D., Classical Examiner in the University of London.
MODERATOR FOR MATIEMATICS—The Rev. C. Pritchard, M.A., F.R.S.; late Fellow of St. John's College, Cambridge.
Department of Science and Art.
( Dr. L. Loewe, M.R.A.S., late Principal of the Jews' Colto the Queen.
HEBREW AND ORIENTAL) lege, London. THEORY AND PRACTICE ) Rev. J. Selby Watson, M.A., F.C.P., M.R.S.L.
LANGUAGES ......... 7 Rev. R. Wilson, D.D., St. John's College, Cambridge. OF EDUCATION ......... Joseph Payne, Esq., F.C.P.
(K. Kalisch, Ph.D., Berlin. Dr. H.S. Turrell, F.C.P.
( Rev. W. T. Jones, M.A., F.C.P., Queens' Coll., Cambridge. Rev. G. A. Jacob, D.D., F.C.P., Worcester College, Oxford. T opy
C. P. Mason, Esq., B.A., Fellow or Univ.College, London.
Dr. C. H. Pinches, F.C.P., F.R.A.S.
(H. F. Bowker, Esq., Christ's Hospital.
( Rev. R. Wilson, D.D., F.C.P., St. John's Coll., Cambridge.. (J. Wingfield, Esq., B.A. Lond., Christ's Hospital.
\ Rev. W. T. Jones, M.A., F.C.P., Queens' Coll., Cambridye..
SCRIPTURE HISTORY ... Rev. P. Smith, B.A. Lond.
( Rev. W. F. Greenfield, M.A., Dulwich College.
Geology, Mineralogy,Phy- Professor Tennant, F.G.S., F.R.G.S., King's Coll., London, Rey, W.C. Izard, M.A., St. John's College, Cambridge.
siology, Zoology,& Botany (A. K. Isbister, Esq., M.A., University of Edinburgh. Rev. T. J. Potter, M.A., Trinity College, Cambridge.
( W. McLeod, Esq., F.R.G.S., Royal Mil. Asylum, Chelsea. Rev. J. H. Stevens, M.A., Magdalen College, Cambridge.
3 W. Hughes, Esq., F.R.G.S., King's College, London. (Rev. C. Pritchard, M.A., F.R.S., St. John's College, Camb.
( Dr. White, F.C.P. NATURAL PUILOSOPHY Jwi Reynolds. Ésa., M.A., Queens' College, Cambridge. AND ASTRONOMY ......
( Professor Miller, M.D., F.R.S., King's College, London, Rev. s. Newth, M.A., New College, London.
JW.Odling, Esq., M.B. Lond., F.R.S.
: :::: M.D. Lond., .di na ENGINEERING AND FOR- / W.J. Reynolds, Esq., M.A., Queens' College, Cambridge. | CHEMISTRY .....
J. P. Bidlake, Esq., B.A. Lond., F.C.P., F.C.S. TIFICATION ............... 7 T. Kimber, Esq., M.A. Lond., L.C.P.
(J. C. Buckmaster, Esq., South Kensington Museum. (L. Stièvenard, Esq., Lecturer, King's College, London. MORAL AND POLITICAL S Professor Hoppus, LL.D., F.R.S., Univ. College, London. Professor Marzials, Wellington College.
............ | T.S. Baynes, Esq., LL.B., Examiner in Univ. of London. PREXCII ............
F.J. Wattez, Esq., L.C.P., King's College, London,
Crow n Covepo ( Professor Leoni Levi, Inner Temple, Barrister-at-Law.
3 A. K. Isbister, M.A., Middle Temple J. D'Arnaud, Esq., L.C.P.
(J. Haddon, Esq., M.A., King's College, London. F. Braudicourt, Esq., B.A.
( H.A. Bowler, Esq., Art Inspector, S. Kensington Museum. ( C. Schaible, Esq., Ph.D., M.D., L.C.P., Examiner in the
J.L. Kenworthy, Esq.,L.C.P., F.R.A.S.,R.Mil. Asyl. Chelsea.. University of London.
H. Hagreen. Esq., Dep. of Art, South Kensington Museum.. Professor Wintzer, King's College, London.
J. C. Ogle, Esq., West Brompton. ( Falck Lebahn, Esq., Ph.D.
T. C. Dibden, Esq., Banstead. ( Professor Masson, M.A., University College, London.
(E. F. Rimbault, Esq., LL.D., F.S.A. ENGLISH LANGUAGE AND C.P. Mason, Esq., B.A. Lond.
J. Hullal, Esq.
(H. T. Leftwich, Esq., M.R.A.M.
The College of Preceptors was incorporated in 1849, by Royal Charter, "for the purpose of promoting sound learning and of advancing the interests of Education, more especially among the middle classes.” The principal means employed to secure these objects are: Ist. The periodical examination of teachers and of pupils. 2nd. The union of teachers of every class in a corporate body, so that they may have a recognized position on a par with that enjoyed by the other learned professions. 3rd. The making of provision for the families of deceased, aged, and poor members. 4th. The providing of a medium of communication between Principals of Schools and Assistants of good character and attainments. 5th. The periodical bringing together of teachers for the discussion of subjects in which the scholastic profession is interested.
The annual subscription is One Guinea. There is no entrance fee. A single payment of Ten Guineas confers the privi lege of Life Membership.
All persons engaged in education are admissible as Members of the Corporation ; and persons desirous of joining it, or of promoting its objects, may, on application to ue secretary, obtain all necessary information, together with copies of the Bye-Laws, ud of the Regulations respecting the Examinations of Candidate for the College Diplomas and of the Pupils of Schools in Union with the College.
The Charter empowers the College to hold Examinations and to grant Diplomas and Certificates of Proficiency to such persons of both sexes as have passed tho Examinations satisfactorily.
The Examinations of Pupils are held twice in each year, beginning on the third Monday in May, and on the third Monday in November. The First Class Certificates of the College are recognized by the General Medical Council as guarantees of good general education, and by the Royal College of Surgeons of England as exempting their possessors from the preliminary literary examination recently instituted by that body, the conducting of which has been entrusted to the Board of Examiners of the College of Preceptors. The Pharmaceutical Society also recognizes in a similar way all the College Certificates the holders of which have passed the Examination in Latin.
The Examinations for the College Diplomas also take place twice a-year, in the Midsummer and in the Christmas Vacations. These examinations are arranged with special reference to the requirements and circumstances of School-Assistants: and one of their distinctive features is, that the theory and practice of education is included in them as a leading and indispensable subject.
Monthly Meetings of the Members are held for the reading and discussion of Papers on educational subjects,
JOHN ROBSON, B.A., Secretary,
Just published, in 12mo, price 2s. 6d. cloth, THE REV. W. ROSS'S WORKS ON TEACHING, &c.
Lately published, in fop. 8vo, price 38, 6d. cloth,
THE TEACHER'S MANUAL OF
1 METHOD; or the General Principles of Teaching C.F. Hodgson, 1, Gough Square, Fleet Street, Paraphrasing, Higher Order of Parsing, Punctuation,
Composition or Style, and Figurative Language; with and School-keeping: with illustrative Examples
uy para I numerous Exercises for Pupils. By J. LOWRES, Author | the Rev. W. Ross, B.A. New Edition, thoroughly their Subscriptions, are respectfully requested of A System of English Parring, &c.
revised and improved.
Works by the same Author.
PAPERS ON TEACHING, fep. 8vo, 3s. 6d.
ELEMENTARY ETYMOLOGICAL MANUAL, 18mo,
| THOMAS READ, late of the Royal Naval Schools, to the Study of History." The Chair will be taken at Greenwich.
SCHOOL HISTORIES BY THE AUTHOR OF
"AMY HERBERT." 7 o'clock. Members have the privilege of introducing
London: LONGMAN, GREEN, LONGMAN, and ROBERTS.
and their friends,
A FIRST HISTORY OF GREECE. JOHN ROBSON, B.A., Secretary,
- from the Siege of Troy, B.c.1184, to the Destruction NEW EDITION OF BISHOP THOMSON'S
of Corinth, B.C. 146. New Edition, fcp. 8vo. 38. 6d.
[ Ꮮ Ꭺ Ꮇs OF TB 0UGHT. MOLLEGE OF PRECEPTORS. A New Edition, in f«p. 8vo, price 5s. 6d. cloth,
THE CHILD'S FIRST HISTORY OF ROME, from
1 the Foundation of Rome, B.C. 753, to the Fall of U PUPILS' EXAMINATION, MIDSTYMER, 1869.- AN OUTLINE OF THE NECESSARY This Examination will commence on MONDAY, May 13th,
Jerusalem under Titus, A.D. 70. Eighth Edition, fcp. 8vo.
LAWS OF THOUGHT: A Treatise on Pure 28. 60. at 10 A.M. The Examination of the London Candidates
and Applied Loric. By the Right Rev. WILLIAM
London: LONGMAN, GREEN, LONGMAN, and ROBERTS.
Fifth Edition, revised and improved.
The Fourth Edition, in 18mo, price 2s. Cd. cloth,
1 prising 150 short Pieces and Extracts selected by OLLEGE OF PRECEPTORS.-Er- Just published, in fep. 8vo, price 4s. 6d. cloth,
permission from the best works of
and other eminent English Poets, arranged in the order JOHN ROBSON, B.A., Secretary. London: LONGMAX, GREEN, LONGMAN, and ROBERTS.
in which they are to be learnt. Edited by the Rev.
HENRY TWELLS, M.A., Head Master of the Godolphin
Foundation School, Hammersmith.
London: LONGMAN, GREEN, LONGMAN, and ROBERTS
THE REV. DR. COLLIS'S CLASSICAL
Outlines of allrou, with Erercises; being a Practical nearly £200. Several others are promisedt, Sunday niroduction to the Study of the Rewrew Tongue.
Just published in 12mo, price 3s. 6d. cloth,
Casar. By the Rev. J. D. COLLIS, D.D., Head Master of
Classical School-Books by the same Author.
PROFESSOR THOMSON'S ALGEBRA. PONTES CLASSICI, No. II, Greek ............12mo, 3s. 6d.
A NEW LATIN-ENGLISH DICTION- AN ELEMENTARY TREATISE ON PRAXIS LATINA, Part I. for Beginners............ 28. 6d.
PRAXIS GRÆCA, PART II. Syntax........................6s.
PRAXIS GRÆCA, PART III. Accentuation, &c.........3s. inconvenient thickness has been prevented by its being and students as incomp.ioscience," - Atlas.
PRAXIS IAMBICA, Greek Tragic Verse Book ..... 48. Ed. printed on a peculiar paper made expressly for the work, rably the best elementary
TIROCINIUM GALLICUM, or French Grammar 3s. 6d. London : LONGMAN, GREEN, LONGMAN, and ROBERTS. London: LoXGMAN, GREEN, LOXGMAX, and ROBERTS. London: LONGMAN, GREEN, LONGMAN, and ROBERTS.
Just publish ChOOL BOOK CLASSICAL
C. BAKER'S GRADUATED SCHOOL BOOKS.
CIRCLE OF KNOWLEDGE READING BOOKS.
... ... 0 6 The Circle of Knowledge. Gradation III. ..
... 5 0
33. per Cent; the entire Discount formerly allowed to the Committee of Council on
MANUALS FOR TEACHERS AND PUPIL TEACHERS.
... ... ... .. 3 0
BIBLE HISTORY, READING BOOKS.
*.* These Reading Books and the Tablet Lessons are reducec in price 33) per Cent.
MANUALS FOR TEACHERS AND PUPIL TEACHLES.
" Nr Bible Class Book, with Maps, Woodcuts, Notes and Poem. ... ...
*** These Vanuals are reduced in price 25 per cent.
In 12 Numbers, price 1s. each,
I Pencilled Copies and Easy Examples. For the Use of Schools and Families,
CONTENTS:-No. 1. Straight Lines and Combinations of Straight Lines ;-N02
The Series embraces a complete course of Elementary Drawing, consisting of ap propriate and carefully graduated Copies, advancing from the simple stroke to the most diflicult outline, printed in pencil-coloured ink, to be first drawn over, then imitated. The Exercises have been so simplified, as to render the art of Draw in 33 pasy of attainment as that of Writing. As soon as children are al write, they are also able to draw. And for the purpose of early training, in or
training in order that their ideas of Form may become correct, and the eye and hand acquire the
rethe habit of working in unison without effort, it is confidently believed that no Serig Drawins Books exists which can compare with the present. The results or in the numerous Schools and Families where the books have been employed, Milly justify this assertion.
London: AYLort and Sox, s, Paternoster Row.
AND) 23, HOLLFS STREET, CAVENDISH SIZLARE.
in the highest degree such moral endowments. Not only do we perceive, remember and re
It regards the child as an individual, and produce, but we compare also the impressions Page
seeks to promote his individual happiness ; it made by objects whether present or absent, Evening Meeting at the College of Preceptors :-Rev.
regards him as a member of society; it seeks distinguishing them one from another, by their W.C. Izard's Paper on Moral Training in Schools 27 Public Education on the Continent: Russia ............ .. 29 to qualify him for the highest enjoyments vimension, form, colour, or other qualities ; The Revised Code .........
.. 30 society can offer; it regards him also as a re- hence we are said to possess the faculty of Meeting at York in Promotion of a Scholastic Registra
31/ sponsible being, and would prepare him for comparison. tion Act ........ Edncational and Literary Summary of the Month 32 God. Its object is to form his character--that Another intellectual faculty is that of lan. Monthly Record of Science and Art ......
mark or impress by which he is known; to guage--that gift of God which, with others, Foreign and Colonial Notes University Intelligence ..
| teach him his duty, and the reasons for it. distinguishes us from the lower animals Open Scholarships in Cambridge University ...
It will assist us materially in our analysis of the faculty of expressing thought by sound, College of Preceptors :--Meeting of Council, &c...... Correspondence:- Notans ;-Inquirer............
36 the faculties of our moral being, if we examine as wlien we hold communion one with another; Scholastic Registration
36 for a few moments the chief endowments of our or by means of symbols, when we commit our Cambridge Exhibitions ......
37 physical and intellectual nature. The question ideas to writing. Thus it is that our ideas, Reviews, Notices, &c. Mr. Gladstone on Education and Competitive Exami. " before us, you will observe, is this: By what or the results of our experience, are not con
40 methods can we best promote the moral train- fined within ourselves, but are communicated to Mathematics...... List of Educational Books .....
45 ing of our boys? To answer this, we must others; and the life of man, in a certain sense, Answers to Correspondents....
have a clear idea of what those moral faculties is bounded, not by his own individual existare.
ence, but embraces the whole of the future The Educational Times.
By physical education I understand the em- period of the existence of his species. ployment of those means by which the body! Then there is imitation : we imitate the
is brought to the utmost degree of perfection sounds we hear, we copy the forms we see. COLLEGE OF PRECEPTORS.
in all its functions, by which growth, health, Thus follow the faculties of observation, assoand strength may be promoted. Habits of ciation, abstraction, classification, generaliza
cleanliness, temporance, and exercise are the tion, and lastly that of reason, or judgmentEVENING MEETING,
means to be employed. Walking, running, by this last we distinguish truth from falsehood; APRIL 16T1, 1862.
| leaping, riding, skating, swimming, cricket, I compare facts with facts, events with events, Dr. White having been voted into the chair, foot-ball, gymnastics, are conducive to this and from their relations and bearings deduce the Rev. W. Chantler Izard, M.A., Ilead end. The perfect form of the Greeks and conclusions. Reason, in a well regulated Master of the Stepney Grammar School, pro Persians resulted from the amount of attention mind, holds the mastery over all the other ceeded to read his paper on
which this school of education received from faculties; it gives strength and precision to
them. Pure air, wholesome food, the due regu. them all, harmonizes their operation, and MORAL TRAINING IN SCHOOLS. llation of the appetites, are also necessary. " checks the unhealthy action of any one of
The importance of the subject which has Let me now ask your attention for a few them. been selected for consideration this evening, is moments to the intellectual faculties, and to! This faculty is in the highest degree susso great that it is impossible to overrate it. It the laws of their operation ; it is of extreme ceptible of cultivation ; and a proportional is no ordinary occupation in which, as educa-l importance we should know something of the amount of attention will be bestowed upon it tors, we are engaged. The raw material out philosophy of the subject. The human mind by the careful instructor. of which the fabric of future society is to be is entrusted to us for education ; we ought to! It lies beyond the scope of the present paper constructed is entrusted to us. The character have some philosophical perception of what to show by what means, or to what degree, of the generation which succeeds us will take mind really is. À man entrusted with the each of these faculties may be cultivated. I its impression from us. The seeds we now direction of a machine should know something have entered upon this analysis of the intelsow in the soil of the minds and hearts of of the principles of its construction and its | lectual powers only as introductory to that of children will spring up and bear fruit long mode of action.
the moral affectious, to which I now ask attenafter we have passed away. As it is in the Without going far into any analysis, the tion. physical world, so also is it in the moral; no chief intellectual faculties may be ranged under 1. Coexistent with the earliest stage of intelmotion or dynamical action is lost in the one, perception, memory, comparison, conception, I lectual development in children, certain appe
ovement or moral dynamical action imagination, and reason or judgment. Ttites, passions, and motives to action present is lost in the other. The results of our actions. The first of these faculties is perception, by themselves. Different analyses of these endowand teaching will be felt through future which the mind becomes conscious of the ex. I ments have been made; but the most pbiloages; nor is it possible to integrate that istence of external objects. These produce sophical seems to be that which would divide formula which shall express the remote bear-| upon us impressions, which we call sensations; I them into the passive and the active-those ings of any error or neglect in the duties and they affect us, through one or other of our through which we are affected by pleasure or entrusted to us. The importance of the sub-six senses (for though the received number has | pain, and those which supply motives to conject is measured only by the responsibilities been but five, yet the resistance we experience duct. Among the former are pride, vanity, under which we lie, not to parents alone, but to to muscular action is now generally recognized | fear, hate, falsehood. By each of these in children, to society at large, to future genera-l as a sixth.) Those sensations may be either turn, or by all of them simultaneously, we tions, and to God.
of pleasure or of pain; but by their means we may be affected. They produce pain, misery, Man is a physical being, inasmuch as he become conscious of what is without us, and I disquietude; by these we are pl ced in a conpossesses a body in which he dwells, and by thus we are said to “perceive.”
| dition of suffering, not of action, as Dean which he maintains contact with the outer Perception is the first of our intellectual | Trench has so well remarked in his study of world ; but he is also a spiritual being, endowed faculties which becomes developed; the first by words. We sometimes think of a passionate with high intellectual gifts and moral faculties. which knowledge is attained ; and the first, man as a man of energy and exercising & Education, therefore, in its most comprehensive therefore, to which, in elenientary education, I strong will. The word "passion," he says, sense, must have reference to each and all of attention should be directed.
declares to us plainly the contrary; it means, these endowments. Nor can that be considered! We remember past impressions and percen. I properly, suffering; and a passionate man is as education, which would train any one or tions; hence we are said to possess the faculiy not doing something, but suffering something more of these without including the third. lof memory, without which we should be wholly to be done to him. The man who gives way
This evening I propose only to consider the ignorant of the past, and equally unconscious to anger, or to any other evil temper, suffers last of the three departments of education, of much that is passing around us. Memory from the effect of that temper. and, as the result of our discussion, to deter is to all of us a kind of humble confidential Other affections again are productive of pleamine the best methods by which the moral servant; a sort of keeper of the stores, who is sure only; as veneration, wonder, a sense of education of boys can be effected.
expected to keep whatever is committed to his the beautifui and the sublime, love, joy, peace, First, let us define what we understand by charge, and to bring forward at a moment hope, truth, simplicity, purity. moral training. Training, I take it, is the whatever is required.
The extent to which we are affected by art of drawing out, successively or collectively, Then comes conception, which is that faculty these is matter of experience. The pleasure of fashioning, developing, strengthening the by which, at the exercise of our will, we recali derived from the contemplation of the sublime various gifts or endowments—whether physical, past impressions and scenes; by which we place and beautiful is often intense. We gaze on intellectual, or moral - which God has beihem, in all their detail, as it were, actuaily and admire olijccts because they afford us stowed ; and moral training is that series of before the mind, and make them the objects of pleasure. The bright sun, lighting up the acts, or modes of acting, which shall develope contemplation.
sky and earth; the green tields and flowers,