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Page 3 - As to their studies, it would be well if they could be taught every thing that is useful, and everything that is ornamental; but art is long, and their time is short. It is therefore proposed that they learn those things that are likely to be most useful and most ornamental, regard being had to the several professions for which they are intended.
Page 3 - As to their STUDIES, it would be well if they could be taught every Thing that is useful, and every Thing that is ornamental: But Art is long, and their Time is short. It is therefore propos'd that they learn those Things that are likely to be most useful and most ornamental Regard being had to the several Professions for which they are intended.
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Page 1 - No. 2. Admission of Chinese students to American colleges. John Fryer. •No. 3. Daily meals of school children. Caroline L. Hunt. 10 cts. fNo. 4. The teaching staff of secondary schools in the United States; amount of education, length of experience, salaries.