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Page 36 - The States of Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont, Massachusetts, Connecticut, Rhode Island, New York, Pennsylvania, Illinois, Indiana, Michigan, Wisconsin and Iowa...
Page 41 - ... hand, or at least to form letters with a pen, is likewise a qualification very desirable. In reference to this subject it is recommended that the words which constitute writing lessons or copies, preparatory to admission, should be such as have been previously made intelligible to the learner. In the case of each pupil entering the Institution, it is desirable to obtain written answers to the following questions.
Page 41 - Is there any ability to articulate, or read on the lips ? 7. Have any attempts been made to communicate instruction ? And is he acquainted with any trade or art, or with the mode of forming letters with a pen.
Page 14 - Lieutenant-Governor of the Province of Ontario. MAY IT PLEASE YOUR HONOUR: I...
Page 203 - MAY IT PLEASE YOUR HONOR : The Chancellor, Vice-Chancellor, and members of the Senate of the University of Toronto, have the honor to present their Report on the condition and progress of the University for the year 1884-5.
Page 81 - ... evidence as to continuity of race. The Report contains minute directions as to how the investigations are to be made. Exploration of Ancient Remains. — The Committee of Section H had passed the following resolution, to which they desired the attention of the Corresponding Societies to be drawn : — ' That in the opinion of this Section it is desirable that the attention of archaeologists and others be particularly called to the great importance of preserving with the utmost care all human...
Page 181 - SIR : — I have the honor of submitting to you the following report of the battle of Valverde, fought on yesterday, by a part of the brigade of- Gen.
Page 71 - Drawing cannot be over estimated. Employers of labor consider them as an evidence of industry, sobriety and general intelligence, and the holders are thus enabled to obtain more permanent and lucrative employment. III. — Annual Meeting, etc. The annual meeting should be held on the first Monday of May of each year, and the annual report and invoices of booksellers, etc., sent to this Department not later than the tenth day of May. The works of fiction must be entered on separate invoices, and all...
Page 199 - The Hamilton Association exchanges with the following societies and periodicals : — Publications of the Provincial Government. Geological and Natural History Survey of Canada, Ottawa. The Canadian Royal Society, Montreal. Entomological Society of Ontario, London. Brockville Society of Natural History. Canadian Institute, Toronto. Canadian Record of Science, Montreal. Historical and Scientific Society, Winnipeg, Manitoba. Nova Scotia Society Institute. New Brunswick Geological and Natural History...
Page 169 - Institute would have received under the provisions of the Revised Act, chapter thirty-five, relating to Mechanics' Institutes. In eight cities and towns, viz., Berlin, Brantford, Guelph, Simcoe, St. Catharines, St Thomas, Toronto and Waterloo, Mechanics' Institutes libraries have been transferred to Free Libraries.