Correspondence of the National Society with the Lords of the Treasury and with the Commitee of Council on Education

Correspondence of the National Society with the Lords of the Treasury and with the Commitee of Council on Education

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1839 edition. Excerpt: ...for such assistance as may enable the Committee to carry this resolution into effect. That such application be accompanied by a statement of the plan to be adopted, and the probable expense of the institution contemplated; and also of the temporary arrangements which the Society means to adopt until adequate funds and suitable buildings can be provided. _ Vith reference to the plan and probable expense, and assuming that the boys' and girls' school in the Sanctuary (with alterations) may suflice for exhibitin the method of instruction, and as a practising school for the adults whic are in training, That a large site will be required, and a building thereon, with suitable accommodation, for the residence of the superintendent, and one or more assistant-masters, with a committee-room, waiting-room and oflice, a lectureroom, class-rooms, and boarding and lodging apartments for fifty or sixty young men as pupils. That the annual expenses of such an institution cannot be calculated at much less than 3000l. a-year; from which, however, deductions will have to be made on account of the payments received from pupils in training. That the present temporary boarding-house for female pupils be continued, with the hope that means may hereafter be found for placi n that department on the same footing as the one about to be established for sc ool-masters. That Mr. Blore be requested to give an estimate of the expense of the buildings requisite for the purposes contemplated (supposing that a convenient site can be provided). That the superintendent engaged for a such a training institution be a. clerg man, and a graduate of one of the English universities; that he be constant y resident on the premises, with the entire control, under the...show more

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  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236987578
  • 9781236987570