Letters to a clergyman, on the best means of employing funds for the religious and moral education of the lower orders

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Page 16 - I am inclined to believe that we do not have catechumens taught to say "to do my duty in that state of life into which it has pleased God to call me" until we have the beginning of movements of individuals away from their birth positions in society.
Page 91 - Let nothing be done through strife or vain-glory, but in lowliness of mind let each esteem other better than themselves.
Page 30 - Then saith he unto his disciples, ' The harvest truly is plenteous, but ' the labourers are few ; pray ye therefore the ' Lord of the harvest, that he will send forth
Page 112 - Le Traducteur ; Selections, Historical, Dramatic, and MISCELLANEOUS, from the best FRENCH WRITERS, on a plan calculated to render reading and translation peculiarly serviceable in acquiring the French Language; accompanied by Explanatory Notes, a Selection of Idioms, etc.
Page 101 - New Greek Delectus ; being Sentences for Translation from Greek into English, and English into Greek ; arranged in a systematic Progression.
Page 105 - The Principles and Practice of Obstetric Medicine ; in a Series of Systematic Dissertations on Midwifery, and on the Diseases of Women and Children.
Page 118 - THE STUDENT'S JOURNAL. Arranged, Printed, and Ruled for receiving an Account of every Day's Employment for the space of One Year. With an Index and Appendix.
Page 98 - Portfolio. 3s. 6d. The copies are sufficiently large and bold to be drawn from by forty or fifty children at the same time. SINGING.
Page 116 - PRINCIPLES OF GEOMETRY, familiarly Illustrated, and applied to a variety of useful purposes. Designed for the Instruction of Young Persons.
Page 111 - LOCKE'S System Of Classical Instruction, restoring the Method of Teaching formerly practised in all Public Schools. The Series consists of the following Interlinear Translations with the Original Text, in which the quantity of the doubtful Vowels is denoted ; critical and explanatory Notes, &c. %* By means of these Works, that excellent system of Tuition is effectually restored which was established by Dean Colet, Erasmus, and Lily, at the foundation of St.

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