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Annual Meeting ANNUAL REPORT answers APPENDIX F Areopagitica Art Department asked Association ASTOR auxiliary balance Boston Botany Canada cent Chairman circulation committee competitive corre course Eliot Encourage Studies England English Literature English society entered essays exer expenses fact feel French Literature Geology German Literature gifts Heads of Departments History Department Home Study intellectual joined June learn the processes lending library LENOX LENOX AND TILDEN Marlborough street Massachusetts Mathematics memory notes ment methods Mineralogy Miss months names papers persevered persons photographs pleasure Postage present printed PUBLIC LIBRARY pupils questions received Sanitary Science says SECRETARY'S REPORT selection sent Shakespeare Society to Encourage specimens staff STUDENTS REJOINED Studies at Home subjects teachers teaching term text-books TILDEN TILDEN FOUNDATIONS tion titles volumes Western whole number winter woman women write written York YORK PUBLIC LIBRARY Zoology
Page 86 - The purpose of this society," announced a pamphlet published in 1876, is to induce young ladies to form the habit of devoting some part of every day to study of a systematic and thorough kind.
Page 133 - Since that time more than two hundred and fifty thousand members have been enrolled. The Circle aims to promote habits of reading and study in history, literature, science, and art. in connection with the routine of daily life. The course seeks to give '*the college outlook
Page xlix - English secretar}was of very little assistance in the development of the American plan. The English society offered no correspondence, but simply sketched out courses of reading, and plans for botanical and art work, to be carried on without assistance for a year, after which the students were expected to go to London for a competitive examination with prizes. In the autumn of 1873, the ' Society to encourage studies at home ' was established by a committee of ten persons, six of whom carried on...