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The Vice-President, 66.
Canterbury Diocesan Board, 299.
Central Schools, Subjects of Instruction, 17, 226.
Certificate, when received, 310.
Church-Teacher, History of, &c., 13, 46, 80, 104,
Department of Science and Art, 305.
Deputation from National Society, 196..
Ciphering Books, 339.
Class List, see Committee of Council.
Coast-Line, how to describe, 149.
Collections, 2, 34, 37, 131, 162, 203, 227, 250, 274,
Committee of Council on Education
Class List of Infant-Teachers, 204.
Diocesan Inspection, see Inspection.
Educational Coalition, see Coalition.
For Pupil-teachers, 85.
Field, the late Mrs., 273.
Frome Decanal Clerical Society, 265.
Games, Book of, 238.
Gloucester and Bristol, 266, 289.
Hagley Working-men's Club, 51.
Half-time System and Prize-Scheme, 79.
Harvest-Meeting of Teachers, 275.
Impromptu at an Examination, 85.
Inspectors, Antipathy to, 20.
Judah and Israel, Events in the Kingdom of, 31,
Lessons for Criticism, 113.
Local Treasurers' Remittances, 130.
Manchester Scheme of Education, 55.
St. Mark's College, 98, 162.
Subjects of Examination, Fixed, 16, 98, 226.
Conference at Manchester on, 341.
Has the Attendance at diminished, 267.
How can they be best conducted, 31.
Management of, 92.
Notes of Lessons for, 29, 61, 93, 123, 154, 188,
221, 243, 268, 291, 315.
Position of Week-day Teacher in, 59.
THE Meetings of the Committee of the National Society have been attended during the last month by the Earl of Romney, the Bishop of Oxford, Lord Dynevor, Rev. Sir Henry Thompson, Bart., Sir Thomas Phillips, Ven. Archdeacon Sinclair, Rev. Canon Jennings, and T. D. Acland, Esq.
Subscription to Monthly Paper.
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Parochial Collections Fund.
The following collections are a portion of the sums already remitted to the Society, being in lieu of those heretofore made under the authority of the Royal Letter triennially granted in its favour. In the majority of dioceses the Bishops, in conformity with the recommendation of the Archbishop, have issued a Pastoral Letter, requesting the Clergy to preach a sermon and make a collection in behalf of the Society. In most cases the suggestion which emanated from the Committee of the Society has been added, that the proceeds should be divided between the Parent Society and the Diocesan Board of Education.
The returns are those received from the undermentioned counties at the Receiver's office up to the 19th of November. They comprise, in some instances, the whole amount collected; in others only the moiety, the other half having been forwarded to the Diocesan Board. Collections received since November 19th will appear in future Numbers.