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Union and Graded Schools-Plans, Elevations, &c., Apparatus for Physical Exercise. IX, 530; XI. 539 ;

X. 563-612; XII. 701. Union School, Ann Ar XII. 677; for illustration, XIV, 569.
bor, Mich., VIII. 91. Public Floating School, Blackboard and wall-surface, IX. 546, 563; X.
Baltimore, V. 201. Haven School Building, Chi- 739 ; XVI. 575.
cago, XIII. 610. Newberry Public School, Chi- Crayons, how made, XVI. 574.
cago. VI. 315. Putnam Free School, Newburyport, Dedicatory Exercises and Addresses, III, 193; IX.
Mass., XII. 616. Public Schools No. 20 and No. 633; XIII. 836; V. 618; XII, 655; XIII, 532;
33, New York City, VI. 524. School Houses in XVI. 453 ; I. 645, 647.
Philadelphia, XIII. 817. Graded School, Sincue, Drawing-room and Desks, X, 554; XIV. 795; XVI.
U.C., VIII. 679. Vnion Public School, Ypsilanti, 722.

Mich., IV, 181. Norwich Centrul Schoul, II. 699. Furniture for Schools, IX, 551 ; X, 754; XII. 687;
Grainmar Schools-Plans. Livcolo Grammar School, Defective Construction, IX, 492, 518; XI. 537;

Boston. VI, 518. Dwight Grammar School, Bos- Chase's Adjustable Desk, XIII. 656; Mott's Re-
ton, IV. 769. Fifteenth Ward (N. Y.) Public volving Seut, X, 563.
Grammar School for Girls, I. 409. Central High Library of Reference, I. 739; IX, 545.
School, Philadelphia, I. 92; XII. 831. Grammar, Location and Playground, IX, 492, 503, 507, 510,
Providence, XI, 508, 594. Prescott Grammar, 527, 542; X, 731.
XVI.711.

Privies and Facilities for Cleanliness, IX, 520, 539;
Normal Schools-Plans, Elevations, &c. Illinois State X, 728; XI. 607; XIII. 853.

Normal Scho I. IV. 774. New Jersey Stute Nor- Warming, IX, 546, 552; X, 705, 727; XI. 584, 598;
mal School. VII. 220. Minssachusetts Sinte Normal XII. 834; XVI, 579, 713.
School at Westfield, XII. 653. New York State Ventilation in American Dwellings, V. 35. In School
Normal School, XIII. 539. Philadelphia City Houses, IX, 563, 547, 568; X, 724 ; XIII, 612,
Normal Schools, XIV..737. Girls' High Normal 832, 858; XIV. 801; XV. 782; XVI. 716, 727.
School, Charleston, S. C., XIII. 620. Normal and Ornamentation, X. 731 ; Mrs. Sigourney on, 732;
Model Schools at Toronto. 0. C., XIV, 488. Os- Salem High School, XIV, 804; IX, 543.
wego Training School, XVI. 213. New Britain, X. Specifications, Terms of, X, 733 ; XII. 708.
51. Bridgewater Normal School, XVI. 466. Fra- Seats and Desks, Arrangement of, IX. 551; XI. 583;
mingham, XVI. 469. Salem, XVI. 470.

XIII. 656 ; Octagonal Plan, XVI. 728; Barnard's
Public Library, Boston, VII, 252. Cooper Scientific plan, with division, X, 760, 761.

Union, N. Y., I. 652. Dudley Observatory, Albany, Size of building, XVI. 716.
I. 594. Yule College in 1764, V, 722. American Stand, movable, for blackboard, XVI. 709.
Asylum for the Deaf and Dumb, Hartford, Ct., I. Furnaces, XVI. 579, 582 ; Hot-water apparatus,
440. New York Institution for the Deaf and Dumb, XVI. 713.
III. 346. New York Asylum for Imbeciles, Syra- Rules for Care of School-house, XIII, 851, 857; for
cuse. IV. 416. N. Y. State Geological Hall, IV, 781. use of Furuaces, XV, 803; setting furonce, XVI.
Harvard Hall, V, 530. Yale College, 1764, V, 722. 584.

XIX. EDUCATIONAL ENDOWMENTS AND BENEFACTORS.
Land Grants of the Federal Government for Educa- 606. John Harvard, V. 523. Edward Hopkins,
tional Purposes, to 1854, I. 212; XVII, 65.

IV. 668. John Hughes, IV. 520. William Law-
List of Benefactions to Harvard University, IX. 139. rence, II. 33. John Lowell, V. 427. Theodore
List of Deceased Benefactors of Yale College, X. 693. Lyman, X, 5. James McGill, VII. 188. S. J,
Boston Educational Charities, VIII, 528; IX. 606. North. VI. 104. George Peabody, I. 237 ; II. 642;
Individual Benefactors. Samuel Appleton, XII. 403. III. 226. T. H. Perkins, I. 55). Miss Caroline

J. J. and W. B. Astor. I. 638. Joshun Bates, VII. Plummer, XIII, 73. John and Samuel Phillips,
270. John Bromfield, V, 521. Nicholas Brown, VI. 66. Henry Todd, IV. 711. Stephen Van
III. 229. Peter Cooper, IV. 526. Thomas Dowse, Rensselaer, VI. 223. Matthew Vassar, XI. 53.
WI. 284; IX, 355. Mrs. Blandina Dudley, II. James Wadsworth. V. 389. David Watkinson. IV.
593.

Edmund Dwight, IV. 5. Peter Faneuil. IX. 837. Samuel Williston, II. 173. William Wood-
63. Paul Faroum, III. 397. John Green, XIII. ward, IV, 520. Elihu Yale, V. 715.

XX. MISCELLANEOUS.
The Gyroscope, or Mechanical Paradox, II. 238. Ex- Indexes. Vol. I, ix.-xix.; II. 749; III. 819; IV.

planation of the Gyroscope, by E. S. Snell, II. 701. 839; V, 851; VI. 317, 623; VII, 723 ; VIII. 681 ;
Treatise upon the Gyroscope, by Muj. J. G. Barnard, IX. 637; X. 703; XI. 613; XII. 731; XMI.
. 537 ; IV. 529 ; V. 299.

865; XIV. 817; XV. 829; XVI. 791.
Lowe's Printing Press, IX, 636.

General Index to Vols. I. to V., V. 857.
Stereoscope. Educational Uses of, LX, 632.

Classified Index to Vols. I. to XVI., XVII. 17-
Museum of Zoology, IX, 61.

40.

XXI. EDUCATIONAL BIOGRAPHY AND LIST OF PORTRAITS.

BIOGRAPHICAL SKETCHES.

Abbot, Benjamin, VI. 80.
Burtt. Andrew, XV, 679.

Dunnell, M. H., XVI. 783.
Abbott, Gorham D., XVI. 600. Burton, Warren, II. 333.

Duncan, Alexander. H. 311.
Agricola, Rudolph, IV, 717. Busch, V. 727.

Dwight, Edmund, IV. 5.
Adelung, J. C., XI. 451.
Butler, Caleb, II. 54.

Dwight, F., V. 803.
Alcott, W. A., IV, 629.
Butler, J. D., XVII.

Dwight, Theodore, XIV. 558.
Alcott, A. B., XVI, 130.
Butler, Cyrus, III. 310.

Dwight, Timothy, V. 567.
Allen, C. H., XIV, 396.
Buss, Johannes, V. 293.

Eaton, Theophilus, I. 298 ; V. 30.
Allen, F. A., XV, 681.
Caldwell, C., XVI. 109.

Ebrarut, U., XI. 160.
Allen, W., X. 365.

Calhoun, W. B., XV, 212. Edson, H. K., XVI. 750.
Alexander, de Villa Dei, IV. 726. Cæsarius, J., IV, 2 5.

Edwards, B. B., XIV. 381.
Andrews, I. W., XVI. 605. Carlton, Oliver, XV. 523.

Edwards, Richard, XVI. 169.
Acquaviva, Claudius, XIV, 462. Carter, James, V. 337.

Elyott, Sir Thomas, XVI. 483.
Andrews, L., XVI, 604.
Curter, J. G., V. 407.

Emerson, G. B., V, 417.
Appleton, Samuel, XII, 403. Cecil, Sir W., IV, 161.

Erasmus, IV. 729.
Aristotle, XIV. 131.

Cheever, Ezekiel. I. 297; XII. 530. Ernesti, I. A., V. 750.
Arey, Oliver, XV. 484.
Cheke, Sir John, IV. 168.

Everett, Edward, VII. 325.
Arnold, Thomas K., IV, 545. Chrysoloras, Emanuel, VII. 440. Faneuil, P., XI. 603.
Astley, J., IV. 165.

Clajus, Johannes, XI. 412. Farum, Paul, III. 397.
Ascham, Roger, III, 23.

Claxton, Timothy, VIII. 253. Farnham, G. L., XV. 483.
Aventinus, XI, 163.
Clerc, Laurent, III. 349.

Faville, O., XVI. 750.
Bailey, Ebenezer, XII. 429. Coburn, C. R., XV, 679.

Fellenberg, E., III. 591.
Baker, W. M., XVI. 166.
Coclenius, C., IV. 2 5.

Felton, C. C., X. 265.
Baker, W. S., X, 592.
Coffin, J. H., XVI. 784.

Fenelon, XIII.477.
Baldwin, Theron, XV. 261. Colburn, Dana P., XI. 289. Fisk, Wilbur, VI, 297.
Barnard, F. A. P., V, 753.

Colburn, Warren, II, 294. Fliedner, T., I. ; III, 487.
Barnard, Henry, I. 659,

Colet, John. VIII. 291; XVI. 405. Ford, Jonathan, XIV, 395.
Barnard, John, I. 307.
Comenius, V. 25.

Froebel, F., IV, 792
Barnes, D. H., XIV. 513.

Cosmo de Medici, VII. 445. Fowle, X, 597.
Bnsol, Marquise de, III. 510. Conover, A. M., XIV, 393. Franklin, B., I. 45; VIII. 251.
Basedow, T. B., V. 487.
Cowley, A., XII. (51.

Fuller, Thomas, III, 155.
Basedow, Emile, V. 491.
Courteilles, M. de, III. 704.

Fox, X. 363.
Bateman, Newton, XVI, 165. Corston, William, X. 363. Fry, Elizabeth, III, 508.
Bates, J., VII, 270.
Corte, P. A.. IV. 491.

Frangk, Fabian, XI, 163.
Bates, S. P., XV, 682.

Cowdrey, M. F., XVI. 589. Franke, V., 441.
Beck, T. Romeyn, I. 654.
Craig, A. J., XIV, 394.

Frisch, J. L., XI. 439.
Beecher, Miss C. E, XV. 250. Cruto. V.

Gall, James. IV.
Benton, A. R., XVI, 775.
Cross, M. K., XVI. 751.

Gallaudet, T. H., I. 417.
Bell, Andrew, X. 467.
Cruikshank, J., XV. 485.

Gottsched, J. C., XI. 448.
Bild, V. 66.
Crozet, Claude, XIII. 31.

Galloway, S., XVI, 601.
Bingham, Culeb, V. 325.
Curtis, Joseph, I. 655.

Geneintz, Christian, XI. 426.
Bishop, Nathan, XVI.

Curtis, T. W. T., XV. 607. George of Trebizond, VII, 440.
Blewett, B. T. XVI. 431.
Dante, VII, 418.

Gesner, J. M., V. 741.
Bodiker, J., XI, 437.
Davies, Charles, XV. 479.

Gerard, IV. 622.
Boccaccio, VII. 422.

Davis, Wm. Van L., XV, 675. Goodnow, I. T., XVI. 386.
Boyd, E. J., XV, 645.
Day, J., XVI. 126.

Goodrich, S. G. XIII, 134.
Braidwood, J. III. 348.
Denman, XV, 395.

Green, John, XIII. 606.
Bridgman, Laurn, IV. 383
Denzel, B. G., VII. 315.

Grant, Miss, X. 656.
Braiperd, J., XVI. 331.
Delillee, J., III. 158.

Gubert, John, XI. 42.
Borgi, Jean, I. 583.
Dewey, Chester, XV, 477.

Greene, S. S., XIV, 600.
Bromfield, John, V. 521.
Dewitt, G. A., V, 17.

Grimm, J., XI. 454.
Brooks, Charles, I. 581.
Diesterweg, VII. 312.

Gregory, J. M., XV,
Brougham, Lord, VI. 467.
Dick, James, I. 392.

Goswin, IV. 715.
Brown, J. Horace, XV, 764. Dinter. VII. 153.

Griscom, John, VIII. 325.
Brown, Nicholas, III, 291. Donatus, XVII.

Guarino, VII. 436.
Buckingham, J. T., XIII, 129. Dowse, Thomas, III. 284; IX. 355. Guilford, Nathan, VIII. 289.
Buckley, J. W., XIV, 28. Dringenberg, Louis, V. 65

Guizot, XI. 254.
Burrowes, T. H., VI, 107, 555. Dudley, Mrs. E., II. 598.

Hagar, D. B., XV. 217.

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Hadden, IV. 164

Lawrence, Amos, XVII.
Hall, S. R., V, 373.

Lawrence, William, II. 33.
Hall, W., XV, 127.

May, Samuel J., XVI. 141.
Halm, V. 625.

McDonough, John, II. 736.
Hamann, J. G., VI. 247.

McGill, James, VII. 188.
Hancock, J., XVI. 602.

McJilton, J. N., XVII.
Harnisch, Wilhelm, VII, 317. McKeen, Joseph, I. 655.
Hart, J. S., V, 91.

McMynn, XIV. 391.
Harvard, Jobo, V. 523,

Mann, Horace, V. 611.
Harvey, T. H., XVI, 608.

Marks, D., V, 64.
Hauberle, V, 509.

Marvin, J. G., XVI. 626.
Haüy, V., III. 477.

Muson, Lowell. IV, 141.
Hawley, G. XI. 94.

Mayhew, Ira, XV. 641.
Hazeltiue, L, XV, 481.

Medici, Lorenzo di, VII. 445.
Hecker, V. 695.

Melancthon, Philip, IV, 741.
Hedges, Nathan, XVI, 737. Micyllus, IV. 464.
Hegius, Alexander, IV, 723. Mildmay, Sir W., IV, 164.
Heukle, XVI.

Mirandola, Picus di, VII. 449.
Herder, VI. 195.

Milton, John, XIV. 159.
Higginson, John, XIII, 724. Morhof, XI. 436.
Hillhouse, James, VI. 325. Morse, Augustus, XV, 608.
Holbrook, J., VIII, 229; XIV, 558. Mowry, William A., XIV. 592.
Hopkins, Mark, XI. 219

Nagali, VII. 300.
Hovey, C. E., VIII, 95.

Neander, V. 399.
Howe, S. G., XI, 389.

Niederer, VII. 289.
Hoole, C., XII. 647.

North, Edward, XV. 486.
Hopkins, E, IV. 668.

North, S. J., VI. 104.
Bos, G. W., XVI. 775.

Northend, C., XV, 220.
Hubbard, F., XV.

Oberlin, XVII
Hubbard, R., V. 316.

Oelinger, XI. 406.
Huntington, XV. 606.

Olivier, V, 508.
Hurty, J., XVI. 776.

Olmsted, Denison, V. 367.
Ickelsamer, XI, 402.

Orbilius, III. 157.
Ives, M. B., V, 311.

Orcutt, XV. 630.
John of Ravenna. VII. 435. Overberg, XIII. 365.
Johnson, Samuel, VII, 461. Page, D. P., V. 811.
Johnson, Walter R., V. 781. Parish, A., XV. 523.
Jones, R. D., XV. 481.

Partridge, A., XIII, 49, 683.
Kelly, Robert, I. 655: X. 313. Penbody, George, I. 328; XVII.
Kempis, Thomas à. IV. 626. Peabody, S. H., XIV. 395.
Kingsbury, John, V.9.

Pease, Calvin, XV, 631.
Kneeland, John, XV. 526. Peckham, J., XVI. 743.
Krachenberger, V. 79.

Peers, B. O.. XVI. 147.
Krüsi, Hermann, V. 161.

Peet, H.P., III. 365.
Kyrle, John, the "Man of Ross,' Peirce, C., IV. 275.
II, 654

Pelton, J.C., XVI. 626.
Ladd, J. J., XIV. 592.

Perkins, T. H., I. 551.
Lancaster, Joseph, X, 355. Pestalozzi, III. 401.
Lange, Rodolph, IV. 726.

Phelps, W. F., V. 627.
Lawrence. Abbot, I. 205.

Petrarch, VII. 424.
Leo X, VII. 454.

Philbrick, J. D., XIV. 32.
Lewis, Samuel, V. 727.

Philelphus, VII, 441.
Lindaley, Philip. VII. 9.

Phillips, John, VI. 75.
Locke, John, VI. 209.

Phillips, S., VI. 66.
Long, W., XVI. 497.

Pickard, J. L., XIV, 392.
Lord, A. D., XVI. 607.

Picket, Aaron, XIV, 393.
Lowell, John, V. 427.

Picket, Albert. XVII.
Lagola, Ignatius. XIV. 455. Picus, J, VII. 449.
Lycurgus, XIV. 611.

Pierce, J. D., XV, 640.
Lyman Theodore, X, 5.

Plamann, VII. 309.
Lyon, Mary, X, 649.

Platter, Thomas, V, 79.

Plummer, Caroline, XIII. 73.
Poggius, VII, 442.
Politian, VII, 445.
Pomeroy, E. C., XV, 486.
Potter, Alonzo, XVI. 599.
Powell, W. H., XVI. 167.
Pradt, J. B., XIV, 394.
Putnam, D., XV. 646.
Radwin, Florentius, IV, 623.
Ramsauer, J., VII. 301.
Randall, s. s., XIII. 227.
Ratich, V. 229.
Ray, J., XVI. 603.
Raumer, IV. 149.
Redfield, W. C., IV. 833.
Reuchlin, V. 67.
Rice, V. M., XV. 391.
Richards, Z., XIV. 23.
Richard, C. S., XVI. 764.
Richardson, M., XV. 605.
Rickoff, A. J., XIV. 24.
Ripley, E. L., XV, 645.
Robbins, T., III. 279.
Rousseau, V. 459.
Russell, W., III, 139.
Rytwise, J., XVI. 682.
Sarns, XVI. 602.
Sanborn, E. D., XVI. 762.
Sandinus, VII.
Sapidus, V. 66.
Sarmiento, XVI. 593.
Sargano, VII, 435.
Sawyer, II. E., XVI. 763.
Scheurl, C., XI. 161.
Schmidt, VII. 297.
Seymour, D., X. 321.
Sheldon, E. A., XV, 484.
Sheldon, W. E., XV. 525.
Sherwin. T., VIII. 461.
Shottelius, XI. 429.
Sill, D. M. B , XV, 645.
Slade, W., XV, 250.
Simler, V. 66.
Smith, Sir Thomas, IV, 165.
Spicer, A. C., XIV. 392.
Standish, J. V. N., XVI. 165.
Stearns, XV. 524.
Sticler, XI. 435.
Stoddard, J. V., XV. 480.
Stone, A. P., XV. 219.
Stowe, C. E., V, 586.
Strong, E. F., XV, 607.
Sturm, IV, 167.
Swett, J., XVI. 790.
Tappan, H. P., XIII. 451.
Taylor, J. O., XV, 248.
Thayer, G. F.. IV, 613,
Tenney, J., XVI. 76).
Thayes, Sylvanus, XVII.
Thomasius, J., V. 742.
Thompson, J. B., XV,

487.

Thompson, Z., I. 654.
Tillinghast, N., I. 655.
Tobler, J. G, V, 205.
Todd, Henry, IV. 711.
Trotzendorf, V. 107.
Valentine, T. W., XV. 482.
Valla, VII. 443
Van Rensselaer, VI. 223.
Vassar, M., XI. 53.
Vebrli, III. 329.
Vetrier, XVI. 665.
Vitellius, XVI. 669.
Vittorino, VII. 436.
Von Turk, V, 155

Wadsworth, J., V. 389.
Warton, J., XVI. 511.
Wayland, F., XIII, 771.
Watkinson, D., IV. 837.
Welch, A. S., XV. 642.
Weld, T, XV, 234.
Wells, F. D., XVI.
Wells, W. H., VIII, 529.
Werner, G., IV. 799.
Wessel, IV, 714.
Weston, E. P., XVI. 784.
White, E. E., XVI. 606.
Wickersham, J. P. XVI. 282.
Wichern, II. 5.

Willard, Mrs. Emma, VI. 125.
Wimpheling, V. 65.
Wines, E. C., IX. 9.
Wolf, F. A., VI. 260.
Woodbridge, W. C., V. 51.
Woodbridge, W., XVI 136.
Woodman, J. S., XVI. 761.
Woolworth, S. B., XV. 498.
Wotton, Sir Henry, XV. 123.
Wright, L., II. 176.
Wykeham, William of, XVI. 497.
Yale, Elihu, V. 715.
Zeller, VII. 305
Zerbolt, Gerard, IV, 625.

PORTRAITS.

Abbott, Gorham D., XVI. 600.
Alcott, W. A., IV, 629.
Allen, F. A., XV, 6-2.
Andrews, I. W., XVI. 605.
Appleton, Samuel, XII. 1.
Arnold, Thomas, IV, 545.
Bailey, Ebenezer. XII, 401.
Baker, W. S., XIV. 401.
Baldwin, Theron, XV, 269.
Barnard, F. A. P., V. 753.
Barnard, Henry. I. 1.
Bateman, N., XVI. 166.
Bates, S. P., XV. 1.
Bishop, N., XVII.
Blewett, B. G., XVI. 432.
Brooks, Charles, I. 587.
Brown, Nicholas. III, 291.
Bulkley, J. W., XIV, 28.
Burrowes, T. A., VI. 107.
Camp, D. N., XV, 605.
Carter, J. G., V, 107.
Coburn, C. R., XV. 679.
Colburn, D. P., XI. 289.
Colburn, Warren, II. 294.
Davies, Charles, XV. 479.
Dowse, Thomas, IX, 355.
Dwight, Edmund. IV, 1.
Dwight, Francis, V. 803.
Edwards, Richard. XVI, 167.
Emerson, G. B. V. 417.
Everett, E, VII. 325.
Farnum, Paul, III, 397.
Faville, O., XVI, 759.
Felton, C.C., X, 265.
Fisk, Wilbur, VI. 297.
Fowle, W. B., X, 597.
Gallaudet, T. H, I, 417.
Galloway, S., XVI. 601.
Garfield, James A. XVII. 1.
Goodnow, I. T.. XVI, 387.
Green, John, XIII. 606.
Greene, S. S., XIV. 609.
Gregory, J. M., XV. 643.

Griscom, Job, VIII. 325.
Hagar, D. B., XV. 517.
Hall, S. R., XV, 5.
Hart, J. S., V. 91.
Haüy, V., III. 477.
Hazeltine, L , XV, 481.
Henkle, William D., XVI. 432.
Hillhouse, James, VI. 325.
Holbrook, Josiah. VIII. 1.
Hopkins, Mark, XI. 219.
Hovey, C. E., XIII. 94.
Howe, S. G., XI, 321.
Johnson, W. R., V. 781.
Kelley, Robert, X. 313.
Kingsbury, John, V. 9.
Lawrence, Abbott, I. 137.
Lawrence, William, II, 1.
Lewis, Samuel, V. 727.
Lindsley, Philip, VII, 9.
Lord, A. D., XVI. 007.
Lyman. Theodore, X. 1.
Lyon, Mary, X, 609.
McCarty, H. D. XVI. 388.
McGill, James, VII. 188.
McJilton, J. N., XVII.
McMynn, J. G., XIV, 391.
Mann, Horace, V. 611.
Mason, Lowell, IV, 141.
Mayhew, Ira, XV. 641.
North, E., XVII.
North, S. J., VI. 104.
Northend, Charles, XVI. 510.
Olmsted, Denison. V. 367.
Orcutt, Hiram, XV. 630.
Page, D. P., V. 811.
Parish, A., XV. 523.
Partridge, Alden, XIII. 657.
Penbody, George, II. 642.
Peckham, Isaiah, XVI. 743.
Peet, H. P., III. 366.
Peirce, Cyrus, IV. 275.
Perkins, T. H., I. 55).
Pestalozzi, IV. 65.

Phelps, Mrs. A. Lincolo, XVII.
Phelps, W. F., V. 827.
Philbrick, J. D., XIV, 32.
Phillips, Samuel. VI. 66.
Pickard, J. L., XIV, 129.
Potter, Alonzo, XVI, 1.
Randall, S.S, XIII. 227.
Ray, I., XVI. 603.
Richards, Z., XIV, 23.
Rickoff, A. J., XIV, 24.
Russell, William. III. 139.
Ryerson, E., XVII.
Sarmiento, D. F., XVI. 593.
Sawyer, H. E., XVI. 763.
Scammon, Jos. T., XVII.
Senrs, B., XVII.
Sheldon, E. A., XV. 484.
Sheldon, W. E., XV. 5:25.
Sherwin, Thomas, VIII. 461.
Silliman, Benjamin, XVII.
Standish, J. V. N. XVI. 165.
Stoddard, J. F., XV, 675.
Stone, A. P., XV, 519.
Stowe, C. E, V. 586.
Swett, John, XVI. 790.
Tappan, H. P., XIII. 449.
Thayer, Sylvanus. XVII,
Thayer, G. F., IV. 613.
Tillinghast, N., II. 568.
Van Rensselaer, Stephen, VI. 223.
Vassar, Matthew, XI. 1.
Wadsworth, James, V. 389.
Watkinson, David, XVII.
Wayland, Francis, XIII, L
Wells, D. F., XVI. 749.
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II. EDUCATION:- A NATIONAL INTEREST.

HISTORICAL DEVELOPMENT.

In the ordinance of the Congress of the Confederation in 1785, respecting “the disposing of lands in the Western territory," "section sixteen of every township” was reserved for the maintenance of public schools.

The ordinance of 1787, " for the government of the Territory northwest of the river Ohio," confirmed the ordinance of 1785, and declared "that religion, morality and knowledge being necessary to good government and the happiness of mankind, schools and the means of education shall be forever encouraged.”

The Constitution of the United States, after setting forth in the Preamble in words of sublime import the national objects for which the people of the United States had ordained this fundamental law, expressly grants to Congress the power “to dispose” of the public lands and other property—"to exercise exclusive jurisdiction” over the district to be ceded as the seat of government—and “to lay and collect taxes, &c., to provide for the common defense and general welfare."

In the Convention of 1787, which framed the Constitution, Mr. Charles Pinckney, of South Carolina, on the 29th of May and the 18th of August, and subsequently Mr. Madison, of Virginia, submitted propositions "to provide for the establishment of a National University at the seat of government,” “for the advancement of useful knowledge," "and the promotion of agriculture, commerce, trades and manufactures." On the 14th of September, both of these delegates moved to insert in the list of powers vested in Congress, “to establish a university in which no preference or distinction should be allowed' on account of religion.” This motion was opposed by Gouverneur Morris, of New York, and was Jost, as reported by Mr. Madison, expressly on the ground that the power to establish such a university was included in the grant of exclusive legislation over the district in which the government should be located. And as we learn from other sources, and from

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