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Page 20 - is the harmonious development of the moral faculties in earnest Christian character, as exemplified by the two great commandments of love to God and love to man. And then its object is to give to the intellectual faculties an education, solid, extensive, well-balanced, and complete.
Page 45 - is the harmonious development of the moral faculties in earnest Christian character, as exemplified by the two great commandments of love to God and love to man. And then its object is to give to the intellectual faculties an education solid, extensive, well-balanced, and complete.
Page 30 - is far more essential in the training of blind than of seeing children. Special care is given to the moral, mental, and physical training of the children, and, as a foundation for all their future work, orderly habits, good manners, and upright conduct are inculcated. Besides Kinder-Garten work, the instruction includes Reading, Writing, Arithmetic,
Page 40 - the training of blind than of seeing children. Special care is given to the moral, mental, and physical training of the children, and, as a foundation for all their future work, orderly habits, good manners, and upright conduct are inculcated. Besides Kinder-Garten work, the instruction includes Reading, Writing, Arithmetic,
Page 40 - profit by the great musical advantages presented in the varied programmes of high class music performed in the Crystal Palace. In the rehearsals and concerts, the students have opportunities for becoming familiar with the standard works of all the great masters, and of hearing performances by distinguished artists from all parts of the world. The
Page 29 - become productive members of society ; therefore I ask you to pass the following resolution :— * Resolved :—That the time has arrived when the blind should have a well-graded, practical, comprehensive course of instruction. That the training of the blind should not be conducted on a charitable basis, but form a part of the national system of education.
Page 67 - The College is open to the young of either sex and of any rank, but only those will be received as pupils who show sufficient ability to render it probable that by instruction they can be rendered capable of self-support.
Page 2 - ST. GERMANS. The Right Hon. and Right Rev. The LORD BISHOP OF LONDON. The Right Hon. The LORD MAYOR

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