Sunday School Teachers' Magazine, and Journal of Education

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Published for the Proprietors, 1813 - Sunday school teachers

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Contents

On the Propriety of forming Bible Associations in Sunday Schools
34
Review of Lancasters Address to the Friends and Superintendents?
45
Letter from the late Robert Raikes giving an Account of the Sun
51
William Punctual Superintendent opened
59
Letter to the Editor from Manchester
94
HINTS on the Establishment and Regulation of Sunday Schools
99
Annual Report of the Sunday School Union
106
THE Sunday School Teachers prayer for his Pupils
110
of a Letter from the Secretary of the Dursley and Uley
118
Account of the Bristol Sunday School Union
123
Bath
125
from the Report of the Sunderland Sunday School Union
131
Annual Meeting of the Sunday School Union
142
On the nature of Prayer in Sunday Schools
155
Account of the Books necessary to be kept
161
Annual Report of the Stockport Sunday School
171
An Adult Scholars Address
175
Meeting of the Portsea Sunday Schools
187
Hymn to be Sung by the Children of Newcourt Sunday School
189
A Poem on the Adult Schools
191
A Plan of Monitors adapted to Sunday Schools
247
On Sunday Schools in Private Houses
256
First Report of the Sheffield Sunday School Union
292
The pleasure of instructing the Young
301
of the House of Commons
359
On Sunday Schools in Country Villages
398
Extract from the Bath Gazette
406
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60
An Account of the Rise and Progress of the Sunday School Union 65
65
On the Attention of Teachers to the private Duties of Religion
70
Dismissed
78
A Sunday School Anecdote
83
An Address to Sunday School Teachers
89
Tunbridge Sunday School Union
90
The Duty of Ministers to Catechise their Young People and Sun99
99
Report of the Sion Chapel Sunday Schools
102
First Paragraph in the Gloucester Paper relative to Sunday Schools 114
114
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120
Minutes taken at the Quarterly Meetings of the Sunday School Union 129
129
Sunderland Sunday School Union
225
Sunday School at Plymouth Dock
231
ObituaryAccount of the Happy Death of Margaret Lincoln
237
Hymn for the Olney Sunday School by the Poet Cowper
243
The third report of the Hibernian Sunday School Society
245
An Address to the Committee of the Bristol Society for the instruc
251
taken of her daughter Mary and the instruction she
253
Letter to the Editor
257
for playing truant was publickly admonished for a second
271
Interesting Account of two Malefactors recently executed
274
The way to happiness a Hymn for Sunday School Teachers
276
AFTERNOON
277
An Account of the formation of the Birmingham Sunday School 299
299
Hymn for Sunday School Teachers 301
301
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Union
128
An account of the Stockport Sunday School continued
125
Proceedings of the annual Meeting of the Sunday School Union 159 178
159
inquiry as to the best Plan of constructing Buildings for Sunday
172
Annual Sermon to the Meinbers of the Sunday School Union brief
179
187
187
On Adult Schools
189
James Timewell substitute for William Punctual
193
Parallel between the characters of Julius Csar and Robert Raiks 196
196
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202
The situation of the uneducated Labourer
209
Translation of a Letter from France relative to Sunday Schools 236
236
Hymn for the commencement of Sunday School Union Meetings 244
244
Writing Monitors Instructions
247
An Address to Teachers at an Anniversary Meeting
256
Suggestions to Teachers on the Observance of the Sabbath
263
On the Nonattendance of Teachers
269
275
275
295
295
Hymn for the Newcourt Sunday School Children
304
305
305
312
312
319
319
Review of the Bristol and Nottingham Sunday School Hymn Books 326
326
Report of the Bath Sunday School Union
336
The Teachers Obligations to Jesus
357
The Judgment Day 417
368
A Hymn for Sunday School Children 418
418
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