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Academy amount annual apparatus applicants appropriation Arithmetic attending school average average daily attendance become better building called cause cent common schools condition continued course Department district duties employed examination exercises expense fact females five four Free School Fund give given grade Grammar held higher hundred improvement increase Institute interest labor lands lectures less libraries males means nearly Normal number of children officers paid parents past persons portion practical prepared present Prof provision Public Instruction pupils qualified rate-bill reading received regard respect respectfully rural districts scholars School Commissioner school districts school houses secure session submit success Superintendent of Public taught teachers teaching term tion towns trustees Union V. M. Rice wages weeks whole number York
Stran 19 - said Literature Fund shall be applied to the support of academies, and the sum of twentyfive thousand dollars of the revenues of the United States Deposit Fund shall each year he appropriated to and made a part of the capital of the said Common School Fund.
Stran 182 - Stand! the ground's your own my braves! Will ye give it up to slaves? Will ye look for greener graves? Hope ye mercy still?
Stran 29 - Counties. Onondaga: Ontario: Orange: Orleans: Oswego: Otsego: Putnam: Queens: Rensselaer: Richmond: Rockland: St. Lawrence Saratoga: Schenectady: Schoharie: Schuyler: Seneca: Steuben: Suffolk: Sullivan: Tioga: Tompkins:
Stran 19 - The capital of the Common School Fund, the capital of the ■Literature Fund, and the capital of the United States Deposit Fund, shall
Stran 19 - respectively preserved inviolate. The revenue of the said Common School Fund shall be applied to the support of common schools; the revenue of
Stran 29 - STATE OF NEW YORK. Counties. Albany: Allegany: Broome: Cattaraugus Cayuga: Chautauqua: Chemung: Chenango: Clinton: Columbia: Cortland: Delaware: Dutchess: Dists. Names. 1.
Stran 41 - How beautiful who scatters wide and free, The gold-bright seeds of loved and loving truth ! By whose perpetual hand each day supplied, Leaps to new life the bounding heart of youth.
Stran 96 - 14. All, except the advanced class, should read their spelling lessons in the class, before spelling ; and in spelling, each syllable should be separately pronounced ; once spelling on a word is better than twice,—the first effort is a test of knowledge, the second is mere guesswork, and a waste of time.