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Page 78 - Abridgement of the History of the Bible, which may be well bound up at the Beginning of the Bible, or at the end.
Page 6 - We do therefore earnestly recommend it to you, by all Proper Ways to encourage and promote so excellent a Work, and to Countenance and Assist the Persons principally concerned in it as they shall always be sure of our Protection and Favour.
Page 61 - Durham, the workmen of an iron-work, who are about 400 or 500, allow one farthing and an half per shilling, per week, which together with their master's contribution, maintains their poor, and affords about £17 per annum for teaching their children to read, etc.
Page 5 - ... Teaching the poor Children there." " Payment by Results " is often said to have figured first in English educational administration in 1862, when Robert Lowe's Revised Code appeared; but the honour (or odium) of the invention of this device belongs to some nameless financier of 1711, or thereabouts. "Where there hath not been a competent Number of Children for a School, as also where they could not be conveniently spared at School-Hours, especially in Harvest-time, Agreements have been made with...