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SCHOOL FURNITURE WORKS.
INFORMATION FORWARDED ON APPLICATION, BY MAIL, OR OTHERWISE
N. B. Every Article of School Furniture from this Establishment will be Warranted.
ALL COMMUNICATIONS MAY BE ADDRESSED TO
JOSEPH L. ROSS,
(Near the Revere House,) BOSTON, MASS.
Entered, according to act of Congress, in the year 1860 by JOSEPH L. Ross, in the Clerk's office of the District
Court of the District of Massachusetts.
STATE NORMAL SCHOOL,
BRISTOL, R. I.
The Terms of this Institution for the ensuing year will commence as follows:
First Term, on Tuesday, September 10, 1861.
The year is divided into four Terms, in order to give to teachers an opportunity of attending the Normal School during the vacations of the Public Schools of the State.
BOARD OF INSTRUCTION,
JOSHUA KENDALL, A, M., Principal.
MISS HANNAH W. GOODWIN,
ARRANGEMENT OF STUDIES.
The studies of the School are arranged, as far as possible, to meet the wants of actual teachers and those intending to become such. They embrace,
First. The " Common School Branches,” viz : SPELLING, READING, ARITIMETIC, ENGLISH GRAMMAR AND ANALYSIS, POLITICAL AND PHYSICAL GEOGRAPHY, HISTORY OF THE UNITED STATES, including both teaching and drill exercises in each. General Exercises and Object Lessons will be given each week; also Lessons in Vocal Music and in Drawing. Second, The “ Higher English and Mathematical Branches," and the “ Natural Sciences,” viz : ENGLISH LANGUAGE, GEOMETRY,
NATURAL PHILOSOPHY, GEOLOGY, &c.
PHYSIOLOGY, A Course of Familiar Conversational Lectures will be given, each term, on topics connected with the Teacher's Life and Duties.
Every subject of study and of lecture will be considered with reference to the best methods of teaching it.
JOSHUA KENDALL, Principal, BRISTOL, R. I., June 25, 1860.
Quarterly Report of the Supt. of Publis In- Lessons in Physical Geography...
312 struction of the City of Providence, for On the Study of Words....... the Quarter ending July, 186).
PuiLOLOGY. Mr. Parkhurst's Opinion....., Report of the Changes in Spelling......
313 Committee on Qualifications..... 292, A Poem by Roger Williams-1643...
314 The Rainy Autumn Eve..
NATURAL SCIENCE. The Habit of Accuracy... 294 A Peep into the Dock....
315 The Coining Contest 297 Song of the Skylark.....
316 The Study of English Classics.. 298 Oil of Tobacco a Poison.....
316 Editorial Correspondence.....
MATHEMATICS. Notation and Numeration... 303 Fractions
.... 317 England....... 304 Question
305 QUESTIONS FOR WRITTEN EXAMIXATIOXS. The Days that are Gonc.
308 Questions Used in the Examination of the Editors' DEPARTMENT.
First Grade, Grammar Schools, Chicago, Home Again...... 309 Illinois, June 18, 1861....
319 Teachers' Institutes... 310 Grammar..
320 Annual Meeting of the American Institute of Perquisites of the Hend Master of Eton Instruction 3101 School....
Providence Evening Press Establishment.
NO. 16 WEYBOSSET STREET, NEXT DOOR NORTH OF THE POST OFFICE, PROVIDENCE. COOKE & DANIELSON, proprietors of the above establishment, invite an increase of the favor already extended to them as the publishers of
1. THE PROVIDENCE EVENING PRESS, The largest daily newspaper in the State, and the only evening paper published in Rhode Island. It always has the latest telegraphic news, the same as contained in the Boston papers received in Providence several hours afterward. City and State intelligence will be found copiously set forth in its columns. Its general news and miscellaneous interesting matter in great abundance give it an additional passport to public favor. Its editorial conduct is strictly upon independent principles. Two editions of this handsomely printed journal are published daily.
The Evening Press is furnished to subscribers at the very low price of $6 per annum, payable in advance for any time desired. It is served in any part of the city at twelve cents per week, to such as prefer a weekly arrangement. Single copies, two cents each, may be procured at the office, at the news depots, and of the newsboys.
THE EVENING Press is a very valuable medium for advertisers, and both yearly and transient advertisers will be dealt with liberally.
2. THE RHODE ISLAND PRESS, Which is equalled in size by only one other weekly Rhode Island paper, contains a very large amount of reading matter, and is suphlied to subscribers at the cheap rate of $1.50 per year, payable in advance. Ten copies will be sent to one address for a year for $10. Single numbers, three cents. Only a limited number of advertisements will be received for this paper, the advertisers in which will find their interest promoted by an arrangement with respect to it.
3. THE RHODE ISLAND SCHOOLMASTER.
BOOK AND JOB
JOB PRINTING. The Proprietors of this establishment confidently invite the patronage of the public in connection with their Book and Job Printing Department. They are prepared to execute all kinds of letter press printing with NEATNESS, CHEAPNESS and PROMPTNESS. No pains will be spared to make it to the interest of their friends to transact business of this kind with them.
The Publishers are aware of the objection to the revision of school books, on account of the inconvenience arising from the use of different editions of them in the same class. This objection, however does not apply to a Geography as to other text-books, for a work on this subject, to be correct, must, from time to time, record the discoveries and changes which are constantly taking place. No difficulty will be found in using the present edition in connection with the former one: since, with few exceptions, the pages and paragraphs precisely correspond with each other.
These Geographies are aow used in nearly all the large cities in the United States.
Twenty-Six Towns in Rhode Island,
including PROVIDENCE, NEWPORT, BRISTOL, WARREN, &c., &c.
Will it not be for the advantage of
Teachers, School Committees, Scholars and Parents,
have them used uniformly throughout the State ?
In order to facilitate such an arrangement,
SPECIALLY FAVORABLE TERMS
will be given for their introduction into the schools of the remaining towns.
For copies for examination and terms for introduction, address
DEXTER S. STONE, 140 Westminster Street, Providence.