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An Account of the Church Education Among the Poor in the Diocese of Bath and ...
Joseph Butterworth B. Clarke
No preview available - 2012
able additional advantages amount annual answers appears arithmetic Assistants attend Bath Bedminster belonging benefit better Board boys called cause child Church Church education Clergy Clergyman conducted conveyed Daily Schools Deanery desired Diocesan Diocese direct discipline District effect encouragement established examination excellent exist expence explanation facts feeling frequently Girls give given History hope important improvement individuals influence Inspector instruction interest keep kind knowledge Laity legally Masters and Mistresses mean meeting merely mind Monitors never object paid Parents Parishes parochial pence Poor Population portion possessing practical present principles questions reason receiving religious respectable result rooms rule Scholars School-rooms Scripture Secretary secured shillings solely spelling Sunday Schools taught Teachers teaching things understand Union virtually visited weekly writing
Page 42 - Thus saith the Lord, Stand ye in the ways, and see, and ask for the old paths, where is the good way, and walk therein, and ye shall find rest for your souls.
Page 101 - School, where the meeting shall take place. 8. — That after the examination, which shall commence at eleven, a lecture shall be delivered on some subject connected with education. 9. — That at one o'clock, the report, with a statement of Accounts, be read, new members elected, subscriptions received, and...
Page 102 - ... 14. — That an annual prize of five pounds, granted by the kindness of the Diocesan, be given to the Master of the best School. 15. — That an annual prize, not exceeding three pounds be given out of the funds of the Union to the Mistress of the best School.
Page 103 - Secretary signed by seven members : and that no alteration be made in these rules, except by a special general meeting called for that purpose ; notice of which shall be given a fortnight previously.
Page 101 - Deanery. 2 — That this Union consist of members of the Church of England. 3. — That all Masters and Mistresses of Schools within the Deanery, conducted on the principles of the Church of England, be eligible as Ordinary Members, on the recommendation of the Incumbents of their respective Parishes, on payment of an Annual Subscription of Two Shillings and Sixpence.
Page 102 - School. 16. — That a list of other prizes, placed each year at the disposal of this Union, be sent to every ordinary member before Christmas.