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Journal of Education.
HENRY BARNARD, LL. D.
ENTIRE SERIES.-VOLUME XXVII.
OFFICE OF AMERICAN JOURNAL OF EDUCATION.
THE AMERICAN JOURNAL OF EDUCATION-from 1856 to 1873-comprises 24 Volumes
(20,000 octavo pages), with 800 wood-cuts of structures for educational purposes
and 125 portraits of eminent educators and teachers. Price, $120 in cloth; $132 in
half goat; Single Volume in cloth $5.00, in half goat $5.50.
Current Volume in four numbers (International Series), $4.00; Single number, $1.25.
The International Series of the AMERICAN JOURNAL OF EDUCATION will consist of
three volumes of at least 800 pages each-and will be devoted to the completion (as
far as practicable) of subjects presented in the previous Series, and a Historical
Survey of National Systems, Institutions, and Methods of Instruction in the light
which the former volumes of the Journal may contribute, and the material brought
together by the International Exposition of 1876 at Philadelphia is expected to furnish.
Each number will contain 200 pages, and the three volumes will be illustrated y
three Portraits from steel plates, and one hundred wood-cuts.
BARNARD'S AMERICAN JOURNAL OF EDUCATION,
I. CLASSIFIED INDEX TO VOLUMES I. TO XVI.,
2. Individual Views and Special Systems, 19 13. Female Education,
3. Studies and Methods: Government, - 27
4. Teachers: Normal Schools; Institutes,
5. Elementary System of Instruction,
6. Academies, and High Schools,
7. University and Collegiate Education,
8. Special Science, Arts, &c.,
9. Military and Naval Education,
15. Supplementary Education; Libraries, 33
16. Ed. Societies, Teachers' Associations, 35
L MATERIAL FOR HISTORY OF AMERICAN SCHOOLS,
II. EDUCATIONAL POLICY OF THE CATHOLIC CHURCH,
II. EPISCOPAL SEMINARIES-COUNCIL OF TRENT,
III. SCHOOL ARCHITECTURE,
1. PLANS FOR RURAL AND PRIMARY SCHOOLS,
IV. EDUCATIONAL REFORMERS IN HIGH PLACES,
1. FREDERICK THE GREAT-First Article,
HIS OWN TEACHERS AND TRAINING,
VI. REMINISCENCES OF SCHOOL LIFE,
DE QUINCY-CAPEL LOFFT-LAMB-COLERIDGE,
II. SWISS SCHOOLS-AN ENGLISH STUDENT AT HOFWYL,
CONTENTS OF NUMBER THREE.
I. ENGLISH HOME LIFE AND EDUCATION,
EVERLYN FAMILY-MRS. ELIZABETH SADLER WALKER,
III. DANIEL DEFOE-EDUCATIONAL PROJECTS, 1700,
PLAN OF UNIVERSITY FOR LONDON IN 1723,
ACADEMY OF MUSIC-CHEAP SUNDAY CONCERTS,
ACADEMIES-PHILOLOGICAL, MILITARY, FEMALE,
RULES FOR THE CONDUCT OF HUMAN LIFE,
IV. CATHOLIC INSTITUTIONS OF INSTRUCTION & MERCY,
ST. VINCENT DE PAUL-EDUCATION AND LIFEWORK.
SISTERS OF CHARITY-SECULAR ORGANIZATION,
I. PAYNE-SCIENCE OF EDUCATION,
III. DONALDSON-SCIENCE OF EDUCATION-ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS, 481
IV. CALDERWOOD-TEACHING, ITS ENDS AND MEANS,
V. JOLLY-UNIVERSITY PROFESSORSHIPS OF EDUCATION,
VI. TODHUNTER-CONFLICT OF STUDIES,
VII. QUICK-LANGUAGE TEACHING-JACOTOT,
1. ENGLISH ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS,
I. HISTORY OF POPULAR EDUCATION 1833-1870. BY DR. RIGG,
II. SCOTCH PAROCHIAL AND ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS,
III. REPORT OF EDUCATION DEPARTMENT FOR 1876,
III. SUPPLEMENTARY SCHOOLS-FRANCE, -
IV. REFORMATORY AND INDUSTRIAL SCHOOLS,
V. EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTIONS OF THE CATHOLIC CHURCH, 689
I. RELIGIOUS ORDERS AND CONGREGATIONS OF WOMEN,
II. CEREMONIES OF RECEPTION AND PROFESSION,
VI. EARLY TRAINING OF SCHOLARS AND ARTISTS,
L. TRINITY COLLEGE-UNIVERSITY OF DUBLIN,
II. MR. GLADSTONE'S PLAN OF REORGANIZATION AND EXTENSION, 761