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Stran 23 - XI. Seminary Libraries and University Extension. By HB ADAMS. 25 cents. XII. European .Schools of History and Politics. By AD WHITE. 25 cents. SIXTH SERIES.— The History of Co-operation in the United States.— $3.50.
Stran 13 - Editor. $3, paper ; $4, cloth. STUDIES IN LOGIC. By members of the Johns Hopkins University.
Stran 23 - II-III. Town Government in Rhode Island. By WE FOSTER. — The Narragansett Planters.
Stran 26 - The Lord called not Mr. Whitefield nor the Methodists to build colleges. I wished only for schools — Dr. Coke wanted a college. I feel distressed at the loss of the library.
Stran 17 - ... country. While undertaking to maintain a high critical and scientific standard, the new journal will endeavor to engage the interest and meet the wants of the entire class of serious and progressive modernlanguage teachers, of whatever grade. Since its establishment in January, 1886, the journal has been repeatedly enlarged, and has met with constantly increasing encouragement and success. The wide range of its articles, original, critical, literary and pedagogical, by a number of the foremost...
Stran 15 - To know himself, a man must know the capabilities and performances of the human spirit; and the value of the humanities, of Alterihumswissenscha.it, the science of antiquity, is, that it affords for this purpose an unsurpassed source of light and stimulus. Whoever seeks help for knowing himself from knowing the capabilities and performances of the human spirit...
Stran 29 - Nobody can doubt my zeal for the general instruction of the people. I never have proposed a sacrifice of the primary to the ultimate grade of instruction. Let us keep our eye steadily on the whole system.
Stran 17 - M., University of Virginia, Va.; SCHILLING, HUGO, Wittenberg College, Ohio; SHELDON, EDW. S., Harvard University, Mass.; SHEPHERD, HE, College of Charleston, SC; SCHMIDT, H., University of Deseret, Salt Lake City, Utah...