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Sunday School Intelligence. Sabbatb School Union fof Scotland.. STS
Sunday Schools in the Scilly Isles 280
Formation of the Berkshire Sunday School Union 881
Extract from the Third Half Yearly Report of the? ^
South Lincolnshire Sunday School Union J
Second Annual Report of the Frome Sunday School > j
Stroud Sunday School Union 288
Extract from the First Annual Report of the Ton- > 2gg
bridge Sunday School Union'
Extract from Third Report of Sheffield Sunday School )
Proceeding at the Annual Meeting of the Hibernian l ggj
Sunday School Society >
Bath Adult School Society 898
Gaelic School 300
Annual Report of the Sunday School Union for the year ending ) gfl3
May 1st, 1816 >
Extract of a Letter from Philadelphia 301
Ditto, Ceylon 305
Extracts from the Report of the Southwark Auxiliary > ^iq
Sunday School Union >
East London 313
West London 316
Central and North London 318
Birmingham Sunday School Union 321
Bnbbath School Union for Scotland 384
Nottingham Sunday School Union 325
West Kent 334
South Lincolnshire and Isle of Ely
Third Report of the Sheffield Sunday School*
Union, continued \
Proceedings of the Annual Meeting of the Hi-? ^j.
Mr. Edward Went worth 3T1
Review. James's Sunday School Teachers Guide 304
■ Hymns lor Sunday School Teachers 39T
Milk for Babes, gd Part by Connilor 39T
Kttej School Intelligence. Third Annual Report of Bath Sun-> 39J
day School Union'
L. tt< r to the Secretary of the Sunday School Union, )
Hymn for the Children of Newcourt Sunday School
Hymn for the Teachers of the Dursley Sunday School Union
A Poem on the Adult Schools
A Hymn for Sunday School Children
The Sunday School Teacher's Encouragement
Hymn for Sunday School Children
Hymn for the Olney Sunday School, by the Poet Cowper
Hymn for the New-court Sunday School
Hymn for Sunday School Teachers.,
Hymn sung by the Teachers of the Orange Street Sunda)
School, Portsea, at their Annual Meeting
Hymn for Sunday School Teachers
The Teacher's Obligations to Jesus
Self Examination. For Teachers
The Judgment Day
A Hymn for Sunday School Children
SUNDAY SCHOOL REPOSITORY;
No. XL] July, 1815. [Vol. II.
Hints on the Establishment and Regulation of Sunday Schools.
(Continued from page 61 )
The establishment of a Library, consisting of religious and ■"oral books, to which the scholars may have access (agreeably lo rules which may be made for its regulation^) will be found
." Tke fpUotriag rules have been ohterved in some Schools.
'• TV Library bring formed for the visitors, teachers, and scholars belonging to this institution, no other persons can be admitted to the privilege thereof, except the* who are dooors of books.
t. A«t scholars having been admitted six months, or rewarded for regular
j/tradaocf, or good behaviour, and who have learnt upon obtaining a
r-cMunradation from their teacher, shall be admitted to the privileges of the ■say,
& if aav scholars, admitted to the library, snail commit any fault deserving m sari paoUhmrut, they shall be- deprived of their privilege for a limited time, or entirely, aj the Committee (or Librarian) shall judge most proper.
4- Aay persons having been scholars in this School, and honorably discharged n»"irfrom, shall be entitled to the privilege of tb« Library, so long as they shall ■aaifrna conduct suitable to the instruction* which tbey have received.
5. All persons having books out of this library, must return them in fourteen •ays, or bring them to "be re-entered. If they neglect this, they shall be liable 'o be deprived of their privilege.
t. The time of attendance for the purpose of changing and re-entering the •••ks, shall be from .to every ■
••• As it hi tor particular desire of those who have established this library, ■hat the parents and families of the children may be benefited thereby; the laamittec expect that the children who have had the privilege of being taught •» lead ia these Schools and now of having books from the library, in order •hit thrir parents and friends may be brought to a true knowledge of God as •»» chief good, will embrace every proper opportunity to read these books to *e"i aaa the Committee recommend them to read the same with serious consecration, and a Spirit of Prayer to the Father of Lights, that they may be raided into all truth.
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