Court Gazette, September 20, 1845

Court Gazette

September 20, 1845

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Issue date: Saturday, September 20, 1845

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Location: London, Middlesex

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Years available: 1838 - 1846

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Court Gazette (Newspaper) - September 20, 1845, London, Middlesex is THE OURT jj MS io AND FAS HI ON ABLE WITH WHICH IS THB NKW COUJtr oACftTMj s Journal ts published every Saturday Morning at Six and may be Booksellers and Newsmen in Town and price ON THE STATE OF EDUCATION IN Snch a striking and serious change has taken place in the character general education in this that it presents one of those subjects for consideration which demand prompt and special Thus opening bur we call the attention of our readers to our subsequent remarks the f i i i i i deterioration ffo education of the superior and the improvement of that of the have been progressing forborne years render ing it whether at thti the juve isi falUng shall not stop to inquire into the perhaps may surprise which few will and none be W to The next reference which we make is to and proprietary the present cehiury seenifc latter institutions in tbw The rage for them has been and j i i i r E In the national schools in swered by the childrtett infinitely jmfei r I and bishopa have lent their names to their in humble are pot is the case now Schools endtri ati I of our suburban after all his their heads lOjp think we ngy are endyg ati m atnoWobUinedbythe in general country asit existed before the present days of iw wonderfal diffn With v respect to the first of these we may m if f that in universities the chaoicte of scholar ship is changed and the proof of this maybe suppliedby to asinple eVCTV iccjikauitance wit wni speak fifoniii attentiobi in of the of jcati w teeainii IraiOKWlMIa JKif wn eixammltioii t TJ31 jcawpi jSll JS let us drilledi short deleetus j hf cme who has been 1 M1 ii srfl the taste for Latinhy in ancient times was of a yet the composition was gramntati cofly and the work was executed with Let us now is the graduate of either of our nnirenities who would not almost shudder at such suppose that we aw recpmmending this gystem to lie Wecansee nocause now as the f or the former practice have aU paiwd But we spealc merely the of when they are off at the for such a on this point we one may be fouiid qiialifirfrHhe thing is moat and presents a perfect contrast tol the La tinityofcwailcestorswho could twist this1 w Ut1 liadrJ ij j him beating the other W t f itVthe snliiject w ftfflnmng that upon the who are us but entirely depends a thing really practically useful has compeUed us to i 7fCJ 1 knd with prdiion of and everv our v and every owr v iii own experience in derived f from ji rery extenaiTe and intimate acquaintance with university We mutt now inake a sudden and no lees startling the It the eata f men and justifies us in that not tnrnM out of can without great consideration and its for the national We JjaFe thestate of the with to trained in these fear of that if f i i t fit it it P ktto Jfa Mr Sill required r jj V and 1 faxrtsmthesaencc and arts arid mjuraf t I III Pt W 1 draw the materialf for erery J H L V of the poor IpiWnt system of ;