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Address to Teachers at an Anniversary Meeting..
Extracts from an Address published in 1790..
On the Non-attendance of Teachers..
Sanday School Facts and Anecdotes...
Rev. J. A. James's Address to Teachers......
The Adaptation of Monitorial Assistance to Sunday
Sunday School Intelligence.
Sunday School Union at New
York in America....
Sunday School Intelligence. Sabbath School Union for Scotland.. 293 Sunday Schools in the Scilly Isles......
280 Formation of the Berkshire Sunday School Union..... 281 Extract from the Third Half Yearly Report of the
282 South Lincolnshire Sunday School Union.... Second Annual Report of the Frome Sunday School
283 Union...... Stroud Sunday School Union........
280 Extract from the First Annual Report of the Ton
bridge Sunday School Union....,
295 Sunday School Society. Bath Adult School Society..
298 Gaelic Schools.......
Annual Report of the Sunday School Union for the year ending} 303
May Ist, 1816......
304 Ditto, Ceylon.
313 West London.
316 Central and North London.
318 Birmingham Sunday School Union
324 Sabbath School Union for Scotland.
324 Nottingham Sunday School Union..
830 Shropshire. Sunderland.
333 West Kent
335 South Lincolnshire and Isle of Ely......
E Itracts from the Report of the Sunday School Union
336 Bristol Adult School Society.
344 Hibernian Sunday School Society ...
319 Third Report of the Sheffield Sunday School Union, continued.......
350 Proceedings of the Annual Meeting of the Hi->
354 bernian Sunday School Union, continued..
Sunday School Facts and Anecdotes.......... 356 Estracts relative to Sunday Schools, from the Report of Evidence taken
before the Select Committee of the House of Commons, on the Educatjøn of the Lower Orders in the Metropolis. Evidence of Mr. Henry Althans.....
359 Mr. William Freeman Lloyd.,
363 Mr. Edward Wentworth..
371 Thomas Babington, Esq...
371 Mr. William Hargrave
377 Mr. William Nettlefold junior...
382 Rules for the Internal Management of Sunday Schools..
386 Review. James's Sunday School Teachers Guide......
394 Hymns for Sunday School Teachers
397 · Milk for Babes, 2d Part by Connilor...
397 Sunday School Intelligence. Third Annual Report of Bath Sun-}
398 day School Union....... Formation of Cambridgeshire Sunday School Union.... 401 Derby ditto....
401 Report of Sunday School Society
403 Letter to the Secretary of the Sunday School Union
, } 405 · New York Female Sabbath Schools...
406 Quarterly Meeting of the New-Yok Sunday School
410 Union Society..... Sabbath School Associations in Philadelphia
414 Extract from the First Annual Report of the Newark
415 Sunday School Institution....
SUNDAY SCHOOL REPOSITORY;
HINTS on the ESTABLISHMENT and REGULATION of
(Continued from page 61 )
The establishment of a Library, consisting of religious and moral books, to which the scholars may have access (agreeably
1. The Library being formed for the visitors, teachers, and scholars belonging The following rules have been observed in some Schools. to this institution, no other persons can be admitted to the privilege thereof, except
those who are donors of books.
2. Any scholars having been admitted six months, or rewarded for regular attendance, or good behaviour, and who have learnt――upon obtaining a recommendation from their teacher, shall be admitted to the privileges of the
3. If any scholars, admitted to the library, shall commit any fault deserving of such punishment, they shall be deprived of their privilege for a limited time, or entirely, as the Committee (or Librarian) shall judge most proper.
4. Any persons having been scholars in this School, and honorably discharged therefrom, shall be entitled to the privilege of the Library, so long as they shall manifest a conduct suitable to the instructions which they have received.
5. All persons having books out of this library, must return them in fourteen days, or bring them to be re-entered. If they neglect this, they shall be liable
to be deprived of their privilege.
6. The time of attendance for the purpose of changing and re-entering the
books, shall be from
As it is the particular desire of those who have established this library, that the parents and families of the children may be benefited thereby; the Committee expect that the children who have had the privilege of being taught to read in these Schools, and now of having books from the library, in order the chief good, will embrace every proper opportunity to read these books to that their parents and friends may be brought to a true knowledge of God as them; and the Committee recommend them to read the same with serious conguided into all truth, Spirit of Prayer to the Father of Lights, that they may be
sideration, and a