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INDEX

TO THE

NATIONAL SOCIETY'S MONTHLY PAPER.

Nos. CX. TO CXXI, INCLUSIVE

1856.

110895

Abstract, Half-Yearly; 2..
Adinonition and Suspension Tickets, 298.
Adıne classes. 29, 2805
Advertisement for Tenshers, 23.
Aim of Teachers' Studiesp see Church Teacher.
Air and Ventilation, 306
Annual Meeting of the Society, 165.
Antheme, 298.
Anehmetic, 225:
Arithmetical Lesson, L.,
Assistant Masters, Adyice as to Study, 77.
Attendance at Citurch, 246.
Attendance Card, 180.
Attendance,ʻRegalarity of, 210.
Average Attendance, how to calculate, 269.

Balloting List, 142.
Bangor Diocesan Board, 285.
Bangor Memorialto Committee of Council, 199.
Bath and Welts Board Report, 60.
Battersea College, 1, 56, 58.
Bedfordshire Board, 115.
Behaviour, 5.
Bell, Mr. William, 227, 260.
Blind, Education for the, 294.
Books on Music and Thirty-nine Articles, 52.
Books for a Pupil-Teacher, 77, 271.
Books for a Teacher in his Study, 15.
Books, sale of by Master, 271.
Boys' Caps, see Caps.
Brookfield, Rev. W. H., on the Catechism, 234.
Bridgend, Harvest Meeting of Teachers at, 314.
Building Grants, 58, 81, 142, 168, 194, 281, 309.
Building Grants, continuance of, 57.
Building Grants of the Committee of Council, 167.

Church-Teacher, History of a, 203, 229, 262, 288,

319.
Church Teacher in his Recreations, 101.
Church-Teacher in the Parish, 128.
Church-Teacher's Studies, 13, 47, 67, 135, 155, 176.
Circulation of the Paper, 309.
Classification of Pupils, 5.
Collectors, see Local.
Commercial Schools, 32.
Committee of Council-

Augmentation for portion of a Year, 257.
Class List-Certificates of Merit, 86.
Class List of Queen's Scholars, 34,
Class List of Registered Teachers, 117.
Correspondence-

Certificates in Workhouse-Schools, 63.
Circular to Principals of Training Schools,

174, 256.
Instructions respecting Examinations, 37.
Reply to Durham Memorial, 198.

Scholastic Book-keeping, 93.
Examination Papers, Females, 38.
Examination Papers for Queen's Scholars, 64,

118.
Examination Papers, Males, 7, 149, 200.
Examination, Subjects for, 6, 37.
Minute of 2d June 1856 respecting Queen's

Scholars, 175.
Notice respecting the Examination, 255.
Supply of the Minutes, 24.

Vice-President Bill and Act, 63, 256.
Common Things, 76, 132, 160, 207, 238, 271, 297.
Copy-Slips, 104.
Coutts, Miss Burdett, 168.
Crying Evil, 206, 237.
Cube-Root, 210, 239.
Culham, Educational Conference at, 222.
Depository, the Society's, 29.
Derby, Educational Conference at, 251.
Dinners, School-Cnildren's, 24, 51.
Diocesan Inspection, 32, 84, 167, 285.
Distressed Teachers, Fund for, 207, 232, 268, 294,

325. Drawing, Book of Instructions in, 104. Drawing, Examination Papers, 200. Dress of Sunday-school Girls, 247, 278, 305, 306,

333. Dukinfield Schools, 211. Durham - Memorial to Committee of Council, 62,

198.

Calculation, Simple Method of, 71.
Canterbury Board, 31.
Canterbury, the Archbishop's Letter to the Bishops,

194.
Capitation Grants, 167, 208, 209.
Caps, where to hang, 269, 296.
Carlis'e Society, 254.
Catechetical Series, 104.
Catechism, 16, 231, 236, 269.
Certificate, Diocesan, to Teachers, 114.
Chemistry, Works on, 298.
Chester Board, 171.
Church History, Work on, 186.
Church-Music, see Music, 226.

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Durham Society, 116.
Durham Training School, 116.
Duties of Churchinen with reference to Educa-

tion, 322.
Education Bill, the Lord President's, 98.
Employment, Extra by Certificated Teachers, 271.
Essay, Half-Time System, 147.
Etymological Geography, 104.
Evening Schools, 167, 271.
Examination, see Committee of Council.
Examination Papers, Remarks on the, 51.
Exhibitions for Teachers of a humble order, 82.
Exhibitions for Training, 33.

Old Scholars, Keeping up connection with, 75,

161, 275.
Organ, Instructions on the, 104, 271.
Organising, 3, 249.
Organising Secretaries, 58.
Oxford, Diocese of, 222.

Factory Act, extension of, 326.
Farming, Work on, 271.
Festival at Lichfield, 283.
Festival at Westminster Abbey, 109, 165.
Flint, Mr., 3.
Flowers, 305.
Pry, Rev. W., 1, 30, 310.

Parents Children, how to deal with, 209, 307.
Parish-Schools 150 years ago, 266, 292, 324.
Parochial Collections, 311.
Parsing Milton, 74.
Parts of Speech, 131.
Pastoral Letters, 142, 311.
Payments affected by Irregular Attendance, 271.
Pension and Relief Fund, see Distressed Teachers.
Peterborough Training School, 144.
Petition for Queen's Letter, 111.
Petition for Queen's Letter, Reply to, 113.
Petition, the Society's, to Parliament, 110.
Private Prayers for Children, 239, 270, 271.
Prize-Essay, 124.
Prize-Glees, 274.
Prize-Scheme, 145.
Prizes for Common Things, 168, 195.
Punctuality in Teachers, 248.
Pupil-teachers, Course of Iustruction for, 270.
Pupil-teachers, Explanation to Parents, 263.
Pupil-teachers, Instruction of in Writing, 295.
Pupil teachers, Punctuality in, 239.
Pupil-teachers, Qualifications of Candidates for,

239.
Pupil-teachers, Tracts for, 104.

Games and Sports, 73.
Gardener's Dictionary, the Cottage, 162.
Geography, 225.
Goulburn, Rt. Hon. Henry, 141.
Grace before and after Meat, 71.
Grants, 81.
Guernsey Teachers, Flint's Address to, 3.

Half-Time System, Essay on, 147, 167, 206, 209.
Harvest Meeting of Teachers, 250, 314.
Hereford Board, 143.
Historical Lesson, 181.
Historical Recreations, 186.
Holidays, 271.
Holy Home-School-Song, 238.
Home-Lessons, 104, 160, 208.
How, Rev. William Walsham, 226, 258, 287.

Income-tax, 52.
Industrial Knowledge, 225.
Influence of the Teacher's Work, &c. 227, 260, 316.
Inquiry, Church-School, 217.
Inspection, 167.
Jewish History, 333.

Queen's Letter, 109, 142.
Queen's Letter, Collections in lieu of, 115, 311.
Queen, Our most religious, 336.
Queen's Scholars, Church-History, 298.
Queen's Scholarships, Qualification for, 185.
Questioning in Simple Language, 17.
Reading, 4, 224.
Register for Capitation Grant, 77.
Registration on failing for a Certificate, 239.
Relief of Teachers, see Distressed.
Religious Teaching, 3, 225.
Remittances from Treasurers, 194.
Report, the Society's Annual, 217.
Resolutions, Lord John Russell's, 97.
Rewards and Punishments, 296.
Rewards for Attendance, 210.
Reward Tickets in Sunday-schools, 335.
Ripon Board, 172.
Ripon-the late E. J. Teale, Esq., 63.
Routine for Sunday School, 308.
Ruddington Free School, 147.

Keeping up connection with Old Scholars, 75, 331. Knowledge, how to impart, 225.

Labour in Union-Schools, 226.
Lichtield Cathedral, 283,
Lichfield Diocesan Board, 218.
Lithograph from a Photograph, 24.
Llandaff and Monmouth Board, 220, 314.
Local Collectors, 31, 49, 59, 69, 82, 114, 159, 237.
Local Treasurers, 194, 282.
London Diocesan Board, 196.
Lyttelton, Right Hon. Lord, 165.

Management, see School-Management.
Manuals, School, List of, 298.
Maps, Varnish for, 211.
Memorials, 62, 199, 252, 326.
Milton, Parsing, 74.
Mixed Schools, 136.
Monitors' Grants, 33.
Moral Training, 226.
Multiplication-Table to Music, 104, 136.
Music in the Streets, 16.
Music, Teaching in Schools, 226, 258, 287.

School-Management, how to answer Questions

on, 272, 298.
Schoolmasters' Associations-

Aylesbury, 26, 54, 139, 212, 273.
Banbury, 107.
Barnsley, 25, 106, 139, 163, 189, 327.
Bath, 54, 212, 300.
Birkenhead and Wirrall, 162, 189, 242, 300.
Birmingham, 241.
Bridgnorth, 28.
Bristol, 301.
Carlisle, 55, 106.
Carnarvonshire, West, 328.
Cheshire, 163, 273.
Cheshire, North, 163, 300.
Chew Decanal, 213.
Cirencester, 242.
Devon and Exeter, 301, 327.
Dorking, 241, 328.
Ely, Isle of, 163.
Forest of Dean, 300.
Frant Deanery, 328.
Glandford Brigg, 189, 212, 327.
Gloucester and Bristol, 27, 330.
Grantham, 213, 328.

Needlework, Inspection of, 135.
Night-Schools, see Evening Schools.
Northamptonshire Society, 221.
Norwich Diocesan Society, 83.
Notes of a Lesson on Snow, 18.
Notes of a Lesson on the Caterpillar, 71.
Notes of a Lesson on the Reign of William Rufus,

134.

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Guildford, 240, 241.
Hawkesbury, 79.
Horncastle, 211.
Lancashire, North, 26.
Leeds, 28.
Leicester and Rutland,f107, 164, 243, 330.
Medine, West, 301.
Metropolitan, 55, 78, 107, 139, 189, 212, 273,

299, 327.
Monmouthshire, 190, 301.
Newark, 330.
Northern District, 108, 242, 327.
Nottinghamshire, 27, 106, 190, 273, 328.
Oswestry, 139, 243, 328.
Reigate, 240, 241.
Salisbury, 273.
Shoreham and South Malling, 188.
Staffordshire, North, 26.
Surrey, 241, 300.
Warwick and Leamington, 188.
Wentworth, 301.
Wilts, North, 300.
Worcestershire, 108.

Yorkshire, 138.
Schoolmasters' Mutual Assurance Society, 53,

187. School and Workshop, 314. School-Song, 16, 24, 51, 77, 131, 238, 269, 270, 297,

326. Secretaries, Meeting of, 166. Self-supporting Schools, 133. Shoe-Club, 75. Snow, Notes of a Lesson on, 18. Songs for Children in an Infant-School, 77. Southwell, Harvest Meeting at, 250. Spelling, 224. Staffordshire, South, and North Worcestershire,

328.
St. Mark's College, 82, 143, 195.
Street-Music, 16, 50.
Sunday-school Correspondence, Monthly Paper

open to, 191.
Sunday-school-Course of Lessons, 305.
Sunday-school Movement, 252.
Sunday-school Teachers, Hints to, 278.
Sunday-school Teachers' Meetings, 245.

Sunday-schools, Essay on, 124.
Sunday-schools, Hints on the Management of,

303.
Sunday schools, imparting Instruction in, 246.
Sunday-schools, Management of, 191.
Sunday-schools, Routine for, 308.
Sunday-schools, The Crisis, and its Requirements,

331.
Sunday-schools, On giving Tickets, 335.
Sunday-school, How to employ Time of a, 336.
Sunday-schools, the Object of, 279.
Suspension Tickets, 298.
Teacher, see Church-Teacher.
Teachers, Want of Punctuality in, 248.
Teachers' Work, Influence of, 227.
Teachers' Aid Fund to the National Society, 23,

49, 70, 159.
Teale, the late E. J. Esq., 63.
Testimonials, 296.
Time-Tables, 5, 6.
Training Colleges, List of, 38.
Training Colleges, sanitary condition of, 23.
Training Colleges, Support to, 167.
Treasurers, see Local.
Triennial Letter, 218, 283.
Tuning Pianos and Organs, 52.

Union Schools, 224.

Vacations, see Holidays.
Varnish for Maps, 211.
Ventilation, 70.
Vice-Presidents of the Society, 141, 165.

Welsh Education Fund, 30.
Westminster Abbey, Festival at, 165.
Westminster Institution, 1, 81, 140, 310.
Whitelands Training Institution, 30, 168, 195, 311.
Winchester Board, 252.
Worcester Board, 114.
Workshop and School, 314.
Writing, 224, 295, 326.

York Diocesan Board, 283. York Training School, 172.

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The Meetings of the Committee of this Society have been attended during the last month by the Earl of Romney; the Bishop of St. Asaph; the Rev. Sir Henry Thompson, Bart.; the Dean of St. Paul's; Sir Thomas Phillips; Archdeacons Sinclair and Harrison; and Rev. John Jennings.

The Welsh Education Committee has been attended by Lord Dynevor, Saunders Davies, Esq., C. Alexander Wood, Esq., and others, Members of the Committee of the National Society, included in the above list.

Westminster Institution.

Smith SQUARE. An Examination of Candidates for admission into training will be held on the 7th, 8th, and 9th of January 1856. Applications and Testimonials are to be forwarded to the Matron, Mrs. Barber, 15 Smith Square, Westminster.

Battersea Training College, The Examination, which commenced on the 10th and terminated on the 20th of December, was superintended by her Majesty's Inspectors, the Rev. F. Temple, and Joshua Ruddock, Esq.

There were 94 resident students, candidates for Certificates and Annual Grants; and 77 pupil-teachers, candidates for Queen's Scholarships. Twelve of the latter were examined at other colleges.

36 masters in charge of schools were also candidates for Certificates, and five were candidates for Grants of Apparatus. 54 resident students are now leaving the Institution to take charge of schools.

The Rev. W. Fry, of Leicester, offered eight prizes for the best examination papers on the English Language and School-Management, four to be given to the Senior Students, and four to the Juniors. The following were the successful candidates :

I. ENGLISH LANGUAGE.

Seniors. 1st prize, J. Smith, formerly pupil-teacher in St. James's National School, Bradford. 2d W. Rogers,

St. John's National School, Nottingham.

Juniors. 1st prize, J. Reecock, formerly pupil-teacher in Portman School, Marylebone. 2d prize, J. Gledhill,

St. James's National School, Bradford. II. SCHOOL-MANAGEMENT.

Seniors. 1st prize, W. A. Greenstreet, formerly pupil-teacher in the Gravesend National School. 2d T. G. Lewis,

Carmarthen Nat. School.

Juniors. 1st prize, J. Cubbin, formerly pupil-teacher in the N.S., Port St. Mary, Isle of Man. 2d A. R. Swaine,

Stott Hill Nat. School, Bradford. YOL X.

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