Annual Report of the National Society for Promoting the Education of the Poor in the Principles of the Established Church Throughout England and Wales, Band 3

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J.G. & F. Rivington, 1815
 

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Seite 167 - ... the children of each school do constantly attend divine service in their parish church, or other place of public worship under the establishment, wherever the same is practicable, on the Lord's Day, unless such reason for their non-attendance be assigned as shall be satisfactory to the persons having the direction of that school...
Seite 181 - ... the National Society for promoting the Education of the Poor in the principles of the Established Church throughout England and Wales...
Seite 176 - ... divine service, according to the rites of the united church of England and Ireland as by law established...
Seite 167 - That the society itself being instituted principally for educating the poor in the doctrine and discipline of the Established Church, according to the excellent liturgy and catechism provided for that purpose, it is required that all the children received into these schools be, without exception, instructed in this liturgy and catechism; and that, in conformity with the directions in that liturgy, the children of each school do constantly attend divine service in their parish church, or other place...
Seite 175 - The books in reading, for which the children are prepared by previous instruction onlbesand trays, are— National Society central school, No. 1. or cards (taught card by card, first by previous spelling, then by words) — National Society central school, No.
Seite 173 - THE CENTRAL SCHOOL is divided into two rooms, well lighted and ventilated : one for 600 Boys, and the other for 400 Girls, allowing six square feet for each Child. The Building is perfectly plain, and fitted up in the simplest manner, the walls white-washed, and the floor level. Writing desks, having in front a single row of benches on which the Children sit to write in successive portions, are placed round each School against the wall, with the top ledge about three inches from it, so as to admit...
Seite 166 - Society will allow. That the foundation of this union between Diocesan and District Committees and Schools, with the parent Society, being understood to be a general conformity, on their part, with the principles on which the Society itself is constituted; Therefore, for the purpose of giving assurance of such conformity, the Plan of such Committees and Schools, shall be, in the first instance, transmitted to the Diocesan, or District Committee...
Seite 181 - I do hereby direct that the. receipt of the Treasurer of the said society for the time being, for the said legacy, shall be a sufficient discharge to my executor for the same.
Seite 81 - Christ: that we henceforth be no more children, tossed to and fro, and carried about by every wind of doctrine, by the sleight of men and cunning craftiness, whereby they lie in wait to deceive...
Seite 166 - That whereas the establishment of such committees and schools, is the principal mean by which the society purposes and hopes to carry into effect the great end and design for which it has been formed, the society is desirous of forwarding the progress of them by connecting them with itself, and by such assistance as the present means of the society will allow. " That the foundation of this union between diocesan and district committees and schools with the parent society, being understood to be a...

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