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A Monthly Magazine of Home-Training and Culture

Edited by Charlotte Mason.

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Index to Volume I, 1890/1891

(alphabetical index)

A-Volume I 1890/1891
Ability.............................................62
Age at which Science Should be Taught, The. By George Cadell................... 112
Architecture. By Edward C. Robins, F.S.A.............................17
Arithmetic, First Lessons in. By Mrs. R. H. Hart-Davis............................... 210
Armada, The Invincible. By Schiller. Translated by E. P. Arnold-Forster............... 435
Art for Children. By T. G. Rooper, H.M.I........................... 247

B-Volume I 1890/1891
Bent Iron Work, Venetian. By Mrs. L. C. d'A. Lipscomb....................... 754
"Be Good, or." By T. G. Rooper, H.M.I........................... 423
Biblical View of Heredity, The. By Compton Reade....................... 657
Blossoms, The Month of. By Dr. J. E. Taylor, F.L.S., F.G.S................... 263
Books.......................... 75, 157, 237, 310, 391, 471, 544, 631, 711, 797, 871, 950
Booth, Mrs. Catherine, on the Training of Children....................... 861
Brothers, The Influence of Elder. By Major Seton Churchill................... 497
By the Way.....................................78, 154, 229, 313, 394, 475, 547, 636, 714, 798, 877, 953

C-Volume I 1890/1891
Cadets, Our Naval. By E. P. Arnold-Forster........................... 768
Cadets, Our. By Captain Rowley Wynyard, R.A....................... 348
Chatter........................................... 773
Children and Arithmetic. By the Rev. R. H. Quick, M.A....................... 345
Child, A Dull-Why? By a Parent............................... 437
Child Fourteen Months Old, Memoir of a. By a Father and Mother................... 532
Child Stories in Herodotus................................... 577
Child, The Eternal................................... 914
Child of Two. Study of a.. Prize Essay.............................68
Childhood, My Mother's Memories of her. Contributed by Anna Mary Harrison..............5
Children's Nurses. By Louisa Twining........................... 808
Christmas Contributions (Ascheribrödel)........................... 785
'Colours, the Month of. By Dr. J. E. Taylor, F.L.S., F.G.S................... 695
Co-operation of Parents and Teachers. By Dr. .E. A. Abbot................... 823
Conversation as a Means of Education. By Oscar Browning................... 652
Curriculum, The Best. By the Rev. W. H. Keeling....................... 405

D-Volume I 1890/1891
Daughters, Our
(a) Nursing, Trained, as a Profession. By Mrs. Bedford Fenwick............... 104
(b) Nurses, Kindergarten By Felicite A. Debonnaire................... 301
(c) Schoolmistresses, Work for Gentlewomen as Elementary By Frances.Epps ....... 510
(d) Newnham and Girton,At. By F. L. Green....................... 664
Departure in Education, A New.................................69
Development, Infant. By Dr. James Ward.............................86
Dorothy Elmore's Achievement By the Editor........................... 833
Drifted Apart By Sarah Tytler............................... 413

E-Volume I 1890/1891
Editorial..................................................... 1, 81, 161, 241, 321, 401
Early Training, Some Thoughts About By Miss Clough, Head of Newnham College........... 182
Early Training in Religion By the Bishop of Carlisle....................... 481
Education, Rational By Oscar Browning.............................10
Educational Reformer, .An. By F. L. Green........................... 561
Egypt, A Peep at Ancient.. By .A. J. Goodison  M.R.A.I....................... 598
Emotion in a. Child, The Aesthetic. By Prof. Luigi:Ferri....................... 828
"Erin" The Name By Elsa d'Esterre Keeling........................... 768
Extracts from L'Education Progressive by Mme Necker de Saussure 1828, Contributed by Mrs. F.H. Anson.....31

F-Volume I 1890/1891
February, Out of Doors-in. By Dr, J. E. Taylor, F.L.S., F.G.S.....................47
First Music Lessons. By Mrs. Spencer Curwen........................... 607
Flood Tide. By Dr. J.E. Taylor, F.L.S., F.G.S........................... 453
French, Nursery. By Mrs. F. Epps ............................... 269
Froebel's Principles Applied to the First Years of Child-Life by Elinor A. Welldon.............26
Fruits, The-Month of. By Dr. J. E. Taylor, .F.L.S., F.G.S....................... 520

G-Volume I 1890/1891
Germany, Home and School in. By Mrs. A. Caumont....................... 899
Grandchild, To. Our First (poem)............................... 738
Groundsel, A Sprig of. By Dr. J. E. Taylor, F.L.S., F.G.S....................... 909
Guest, The Welcome By Mrs. A. Caumont........................... 489

H-Volume I 1890/1891
Heavens, The. By Mrs.. L. C. d'A. Lipscomb.............................25
Heredity, Biblical View Qf. By Compton Reade.........................57
Hoc Fecit Wykeham.....................................53
Holidays in Lakeland Fifty-nine Years Ago By Mrs.  M.H.---..................... 293, 357
Holiday, A Pedagogic. By. Oscar Browning........................... 171
Home Training and Teaching in Religion. By the Rev. E. C.  Wickham, D.D............... 801

I-Volume I 1890/1891
"Immortal Ode," Wordsworth's................................. 865, 944
Interleaved Prayer Book, From an............................... 739
India; Employment in.... By J. J. Heaton, I.C.S........................... 590
Infant Development. By Dr. James.Ward.............................85
Instruction of the.Young, The Religious. By the Rev. Wm. Danks................... 165
I Promessi Sposi....................................... 672
Is it possible? .By the Editor............................... 922
Ivan Ivanovitch. By M. Shaw (poem)............................... 200

L-Volume I 1890/1891
Lament of Niobe. By T. Caryl Battersby (poem)....................... 758
Lear and his Daughters. By Dorothea Beale........................... 641
Les Manieres Polies. By Mrs. A. Caumont........................... 202
Letter Writing in France. By Mrs. A. Caumont........................... 202
Literature, Should Children.have a Special. By Edward Salmon................... 327

M-Volume I 1890/1891
Meetings.of the P.N.E.U................................... 467
Month, The Windy. By Dr. J. E. Taylor, F.L.S., F.G.S....................... 122
Motherhood (Poem).....................................68
Motives, or Rewards and Punishments. By Dorothea Beale................... 330
Mulberry Leaf to Satin, From. By. F. E. . Kitton....................... 503
Music Lesson, The First. By Mrs. Spencer Curwen....................... 607
Music and Children By H R Haweis.................................22
Music Teacher, How Parents may help the. By Clement Templeton ............... 891

N-Volume I 1890/1891
Newnham and Girton, At. By F. L. Green........................... 664
Nurses, Kinder-garten. By Felicite A. Debonnaire....................... 301
Nursing, Trained, as a Profession. By Mrs. Bedford Fenwick................... 104
Nursery, Songs for the. By Frances .Epps ........................... 144
Notes and Queries................76, 151, 231, 317, 398, 478, 544, 635, 718, 875, 956

O-Volume I 1890/1891
Object Lessons. Mdme. Pape-Carpantier........................... 855
Observations and Experiments in Education. By Mrs. Southwood Hill ..................18I, 583

P-Volume I 1890/1891
Papyri,.A Glance at Egyptian. By A. J. Goodison, M.R.A.I................... 937
Parables, Three. By Hon. Lady Welby ........................... 852
Parents and Children. By the Editor ...........................  514, 571, 683
Pauvre Béhé!....................................... 934
Planets, Terrestrial aod Sunlike. By J. E, Gore, F.R.A.S....................... 285
Plutarch on the Training of Children. By F. H. Colson....................... 325
Points of View, From Two. By L.T. Meade....................... 189, 274, 379
Poppies, How the, came. Fairy Tale............................... 769
P.N.E.U. Notes..........................80, 160, 240, 320, 400, 467, 558, 638, 800,. 960
Prize Competitions................77, 156, 239, 319, 400, 466, 553, 688, 730, 800, 959

Q-Volume I 1890/1891
Queen of the Year By Dr. J.E. Taylor F.L.S., F.G.S........................ 372

R-Volume I 1890/1891
Reading Lesson, The First. By the Editor........................ 128
Reading Lesson, Another. By A. C. Beale........................... 459
Reading Aloud, A Short Treatise on. By Ernest Legouve..................... 526, 618, 689, 915
Recitation. By Arthur Burrell .................................92
Recreations, Rhyming By James Ashcroft Noble....................... 750
Religious Instruction of the Young. Rev. Wm. Danks, M.A......................65
Reverence for the Work of the Holy Spirit in Children and the Young. By the Ven. Archdeacon Blunt,.D.D....721
Reverence, or the Ideal in Education By T C Rooper, H M I.....................88
Roses, The Two. Mrs. F..Steinthal..................................255, 361

S-Volume I 1890/1891
School, An International. By the Hon. Margaret. Galletti....................... 896
Secretaries, Notes to (P.N.E.U.)................................. 80
Should Children have a Special Literatuie By Edward Salmon................... 337
Sky, The Evening By Mrs. L.C. dA Lipscomb .............................14, 134, 224, 307, 388, 463, 541, 628, 700, 781
Smiles and Tears. By Dr. J..E. Taylor, F.L.S., F.G.S........................ 186
Sons, Our
(a) Architecture By Ed C Robins F S A..........................17
(b) Cadets, Our; By Capt. Rowley Wynyard....................... 348
(c) Cadets, Our Naval. ByE. P. Arnold-Forster....................... 761
(d) India, Employment in.. By. J. J. Heaton....................... 590
(e) Journalism as a Profession By J. Dawson....................... 215
Star Maps By Mrs. L. C. d'A Lipscomb ................................. 1, 80, 160, 240, 320, 400, 540, 620, 700, 780

T-Volume I 1890/1891
Tale, Dr. Morgan's.....................................38
Teacher, A Queen's By George Radford.............................70
Theology in a Nursery by Elsa d'Esterre Keeling....................... 732
Training and Teaching in Religion. By Rev. E.C. Wickham................... 801
Training, Art, in the Nursery By Mrs F. Steinthal.........................33
Turn of the Tide By Dr. J.E. Taylor, F.L S, F.G.S....................... 602

U-Volume I 1890/1891
Union, Parents' Educational. By Dorothea Beale....................... 117

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Index to Vol 2, 1891/1892 (alphabetical index)

A-Vol 2, 1891/1892
Activity, The Love of. By Robert Dunning........................... 449
Afternoons, Three Wet..................................... 786, 787
All, The Christ of By the Hon. Lady Welby.............................91
Alter Ego. By Gnome......................................6
Arithmetic, Children's. By R. H. Quick.............................56
As Spark to Tow. By C. E. Larter............................... 622
Athletics as Part of a Liberal Education By Dr. Crespi.........................59
Authorship of the Book Genesis By John Newenhain Hoare, M.A., F.R. Hist. Soc........... 641

B-Vol 2, 1891/1892
Baby. By L. E. B.................................... 372
Basket-making. By Mrs. Pollard............................... 769
Bearing on Education of Nervous Mechanisms By Henry Malet, M.D............... 670
Bible Lessons. By the Editor.................................74
Bickerings, Family. By Leader Scott............................... 330
Books............................... 74, 151, 233, 318, 390, 472, 634, 712, 792, 874, 951
Books, Children's. By George Radford........................... 496
Boughs of the Branstock, By G. W. Collingwood....................... 459
Bücherbund Papers. By Elsa D'Esterre-Keeling......................... 46, 117, 212, 283, 362, 439,529,601, 698, 755, 821, 911
By-the-Way.......................... 78, 156, 238, 395, 475, 559, 639, 714, 877, 954

C-Vol 2, 1891/1892
Castaway, The ....................................... 906
Century, The Ideal of Education . of the Seventeenth By Frederick T. Snell ............... 429
Change of Air. By the Editor ............................... 177
Characteristics of Childhood By Robert Dunning .........................449, 619
Child Culture By Vera................................... 685
Childhood, Characteristics of. By Robert Dunning.........................449, 619
Child, The Nerve Mechanisms of the. By H. Laing-Gordon, MD................... 564
Child, Whose. By Mary L. G. Petrie, B.A............................ 693
Children's Books, By George Radford........................... 496
Children's Pets By Clara G Laiter............................... 459
Children's Prayers By the Bishop of Wakefield........................... 561
Children's Sundays By Mrs Chase............................... 941
Chip and a Coal, A By W.G. Collingwood........................... 841
Christ of All, The. By the Hon. Lady Welby.............................91
Chrono1ogy, The Teaching of. By Dorothea Beale.........................81
Church of the Hunted Stag, The.................................52
Classical Education, Thoughts on. By J. S. Mills......................... 435, 923
Clock-dial, The. By the Hon. Lady Welby........................... 881
Coal and a Chip, A. By W. G. Collingwood........................... 841
Commencement of German Drama, The, and its Development. By Elsa D'Esterre-Keeling....... 698
Companions, Sympathy with. By Robert Dunning....................... 619.....
Congress of Hygiene, Jottings from the. By Vera......................... 518, 595
Cure of a Mental Habit, The............................... 193

D-Vol 2, 1891/1892
Demand, The Imperative. By Eugene Bersier............................................. 481, 572, 723
Disappointed Mothers. By Alice Powell...........................  931
Drawing Lessons. By Florence Monkhouse ........................... 4 13

E-Vol 2, 1891/1892
Education, Classical, Thoughts on. By J. S. Mills......................... 435, 923
Educational Experiment, An. By the Editor........................... 854
Education, House of. By the Editor ............................... 316
Educational Ideal of the Seventeenth Century. By F. J. Snell................... 429
Education, Religious, The Bishop of London........................... 801
Education, The Threefold. By Leader Scott ....................... 832
Ego, Alter. By Gnome................................... 536
Erect, Standing. By J. M. Scott-Moncrieff........................... 816
Examinations and Marks. By J. S. Mills........................... 926
Examination System, The Effects of. By Mark Wilkes, jun.................... 452
Experiment, An Educational. By the Editor........................... 854
Extremes in Education, Two. By Lady Frederick Cavendish................... 179

F-Vol 2, 1891/1892
Fable, German, Didactic Poetry and Satire. By Elsa D'Esterre-Keeling............... 827
Fathers Diary, Notes from a............................... 902
Family Bickerings. By Leader Scott ............................... 330
Fesole Club Papers, The. By G. W. Collingwood.......... 31, 133, 184, 302, 337, 491, 613, 679, 841, 891
First Lessons in Arithmetic , The. By R.H. Quick .........................56
First Lesson in Modelling, A. By Mrs. F. Steinthal....................... 290
First Reading Lessons. By the Editor............................... 463
Fir-tree's Story, The................................... 386
Firs, Sea. By Arthur Dumergue............................... 548
Flower Studies in the Fresco School. By W. G. Collingwood................... 184
"Forbid Them Not." By Mrs. Colles............................... 847
French Books, A Gossip on. By Mrs. Lane........................... 732
French, Nursery. By Frances Epps............................... 145

G-Vol 2, 1891/1892
George's Guild, St. By Julia Firth.................................. 91, 276
Genesis, Authorship of the Book. By John Newenham Hoare, M.A., F.R. Hist. Soc........... 641
German Drama, The Commencement of, and its Development By Elsa D'Esterre-Keeling....... 698
Germany's Epics, The Last of. By Elsa D'Esterre-Keeling................... 529
Germany's Meistersanger. By Elsa D'Esterre-Keeling....................... 438
Germany's Minnesanger. By Elsa D'Esterre-Keeling....................... 362
German Literature of the Early Crusading Period By Elsa D'Esterre-Keeling............... 117
Germans, The, What they were doing in Literature Up to the Beginning of the Crusades By Elsa D'Esterre-Keeling..46
Gossip French Books, A. By Mrs. Lane........................... 732
Greek, The Place of, in Modern Education By Oscar Browning......................1
Green-bank House. By W. G. Collinwood........................... 491
"Grit." By Mrs. Ward .....................................49

H-Vol 2, 1891/1892
"Happy Christmas to you, A." By the Editor........................... 771
Haydn's Holy Night. By Elsa D'Esterre-Keeling....................... 721
Heredity, its Influence on the Physical and Moral Training of Children. By A.H. Tubby, F.R.C.S. ... 293
History of German Prose, The. By Elsa D'Esterre-Keeling................... 755
Home Influences, A Plea for. By Mrs. Alfred Osler....................... 273
Home, Morals in the. By W. J. Greenstreet, M.A. .........................93
Hommerin' the Leather. By J. J. Wainwright........................... 422
Home, Tante in the. By the Editor............................... 542
House of Education, The. By the Editor........................... 316
"How," Parents and Children. By the Editor........................... 706

I-Vol 2, 1891/1892
Ida Princess. James Petrie................................... 860
Imperative Demand, The By Eugene Bersier....................... 481, 572, 723
Innocence....................................... 420
Inspirers, Parents as. By the Editor.................................. 39, 221

J-Vol 2, 1891/1892
Jottings from the International Congress of Hygiene. By Vera..................... 518, 595

K-Vol 2, 1891/1892
Kunstepos By Elsa D'Esterre-Keeling........................... 282

L-Vol 2, 1891/1892
Last of Germany's Epics, The. By Elsa D'Esierre-Keeling................... 529
League, The Ministering Children's. By the Countess of Meath ................... 249
League, The Woman's. By the Lady Laura Ridding ....................... 381
Leather, Hommerin' the. By J. J. Wainwright........................... 422
Lessons. By the Editor................................... 374
Lessons, Drawing. By Florence Monkhouse........................... 413
Lessons, First Reading. By the Editor........................... 463
Liberal Education, Athletics in Relation to a. By Dr. Crespi.....................59
Little Children's Sufferings. By Alice Bateman........................... 936
Love of Activity in Children, The. By Robert Dunning ................... 449
Lulu's Triumph. By Matilde Serao ........................... 740
Lyonesse By T.G.R. Rooper, M.A. ........................... 161

M-Vol 2, 1891/1892
Man with the Seven Hearts, The............................... 764
Marks and Examinations. By J. S. Mills ....................... 926
Mary, Mistress. By Mrs. J. Spencer Curwen..................... 790
Max Pauli. By Heinrich Hofmann...................12, 98, 196, 252, 349, 401, 505, 583, 657
Mechanisms, Nerve, The Child's By H. Laing Goidon, M.B................... 564
Mechanisms, Nervous, Their Bearing on Education. By Henry Malet, M.D.................. 607, 804
Meistersanger, Germany's. By Elsa D'Esterre-Keeling....................... 438..
"Mistress Mary" By Mrs J Spencer Curwen........................... 790
Minnesanger, Germany's By Elsa D'Esterre Keeling....................... 362
Modelling, First Lessons in. By Mrs. F. Steinthal....................... 290
Monkey's Riddle, The. By By Mrs. F. Steinthal....................... 782
Morals in the Home. By W. J. Greenstreet, M.A.........................93
Mothers, Disappointed. By Alice Powell........................... 931

N-Vol 2, 1891/1892
Nerve Storms. By Dr. John Mason............................... 125
Nerve Mechanisms, The Child's. By Henry Laing Gordon, M.B.................... 564
Nervous Mechanisms, Their Bearing on Education. By Henry Malet, M.D................. 670, 804
Notes and Queries.................. 75, 150, 237, 319, 398, 478, 558, 637, 719, 796, 876, 957
Notes from a Fathers Diary ............................... 902
Nursery French. By Frances Epps............................... 145
Nursery Needlework. By Frances Epps........................... 228

O-Vol 2, 1891/1892
Oats, Wild. By an Old Woman............................... 897
Oppression, The Pharaoh of the. By John Newenham Hoare, F.R. Hist. Soc................ 344
Othello and the Goose, The True Story of. By Julia Firth....................... 777..
Our Work................................. 397, 476, 636, 718, 879, 956

P-Vol 2, 1891/1892
Parents and Children. By the Editor..............38, 139, 221, 374, 463, 628, 706, 771, 854, 944
Parents as Inspirers. By the Editor........................... 38, 139, 221
Parents and Teachers, Relations Between. By the Rev J.E.C . Welldon............... 265..
Parents' Review School, The. By the Editor........................... 308
Pauli, Max. By Heinrich Hofmann...................12, 98, 196, 252, 349, 401, 505, 583, 657
Pets, Children's. By Clara E. Larter............................... 459
The Pharaoh of the Oppression. By John Newenham Hoare, F.R. Hist. Soc................ 344
Place of Greek in Modern Education, The. By Oscar Browning......................1
Plea for Home Influences, A. By Mrs. Alfred Qsler....................... 273
P.N.E.U. Notes...................... 80, 160, 240, 320, 400, 479, 559, 640, 720, 800, 880, 959
Poetry, On the Teaching of. By Mary A. Woods....................... 111
Prizes.......................... 79, 158, 239, 320, 394, 480, 560, 640, 720, 800, 876, 958

Q-Vol 2, 1891/1892
Queries, Notes and .................. 75, 150, 237, 319, 398, 478, 558, 637, 719, 796, 876, 957

R-Vol 2, 1891/1892
Reading Aloud, Treatise on. By Ernest Legouve.......................... 66, 455
Reading Lessons, First. By the Editor........................... 463
Relations Between Parents and Teachers, The. By the Rev. J.E.C. Welldon, M.A........... 265
Religious Education, The Bishop of London on........................... 801
Riddle, The Monkey's. By Mrs. Francis Steinthal....................... 782

S-Vol 2, 1891/1892
Schoolmaster, The Parent as. By the Editor........................... 628
School, The Parents' Review. By the Editor........................... 308
Sea-Firs By Arthur Dumergue............................... 548
Seven Hearts, The Man with the............................... 764
Seventeenth Century, Educationa1 Ideal of. By T.J. Snell................... 429
Sign of the Scales, the. By G.W. Collingwood........................... 679
Snails and Slugs. By R. F. Scharff Ph.D., B Sc........................... 321
Sol-fa, The.Story of.. By Mrs. J. Spencer Curwen....................... 241
Spark to Tow, As. By Clara E. Larter........................... 622
St. George's Guild. By Julia Frith................................. 191, 276
Standing Erect. By J. M. Scott-Moncrieff........................... 816
Stones, On. By Julia Frith................................... 469
Storms,. Nerve. By John Mason, M.D........................... 125
Story of Tonic Sol-fa, The. By Mrs. J. Spencer Curwen....................... 241
Study, In Our. By Julia Firth............................... 469
Sufferings, Little Children's by Alice Bateman........................... 936
Sundays, Children's. By Mrs. Chase............................... 941
Sympathy With Companions. By Robert Dunning....................... 619

T-Vol 2, 1891/1892
Tante in the Home By the Editor............................... 542
Teaching of Chronology, The. By Dorothea Beale.........................81
Teaching of Poetry, On the. By Mary G. Woods....................... 111
Team of Phaethon. By W.G. Collingwood........................... 613
Threefold Education, The. By Leader Scott........................... 832
Three Wet Afternoons..................................... 786, 787
Through the Window. By W.G. Collingwood........................... 303
Tonic Sol-fa, What is it? By Mrs. J Spencer Curwen....................... 550
Treatise on Reading Aloud. By Ernest Legouve.......................... 66, 455
Triumph, Lulu's By Matilde Serao............................... 740
True Story of Othello and the Goose, The. By Julia Firth ................... 777
Two Extremes in Education. By Lady Frederick Cavendish................... 179

V-Vol 2, 1891/1892
Volksepos. By Elsa D'Esterre Keeling........................... 212
Volkslied...By Elsa D'Esterre Keeling........................... 601

W-Vol 2, 1891/1892
What is Tonic Sol-fa? By Mrs. Spencer Curwen....................... 550
What the Germans were doing in Literature up to the Beginning of the Crusades By Elsa D Esterre Keeling..46
Whose Child? By Mary G.L. Petrie, B.A............................ 693
Wild Oats. By an Old Woman............................... 897
Window, Through the. By W.G. Collingwood........................... 303
Women's League, The. By the Lady Laura Ridding....................... 381
Wó die Citronen Blüh'n. By W.G. Collingwood.........................31
Wordsworth's Immortal Ode.................................70
Work, Our............................... 397, 476, 797, 879, 956

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Volume 3, 18921893 (alphabetical index)

A-Volume 3, 18921893
Accidents, Nurserv. By Mrs. Frances Steinthal........................... 423
Angels, Christmas. By Violet Picton-Warlow........................... 734
An Address on the Teaching of Poetry. By the Rev. H.C. Beeching................... 893
A Guide to Parents, Froebel. By A.P................................ 657
An Oration on Sex in Education. By Sir James Crichton-Browne, M.D., L.L.D.,F.R.S. ......... 254, 335
A Point of School Hygiene. By John Jackson, F.E.I.S..........................31
At Home, The Philosopher. By the Editor........................... 496

B-Volume 3, 18921893
"Backward" Child, The History of a. By Caroline Southwood Hill................... 600
Book Friends, "Our Children's." By their Sister....................... 331
Books which have been Recommended in the "Parents' Review," and Others which I have Found Really Useful.
By Irish Pilgrim................... 841
Books.............................71, 152, 309, 384, 468, 548, 635, 711, 797
Burning Coals, Hot................................... 167

C-Volume 3, 18921893
Care of Children's Senses. By Dr. Macnaughton Jones....................... 820
Chat with "Tante," Fragments of A. By, A. Johnston, M.D...................... 191, 756
Child Nature. By Mrs. Hart Davis............................... 470
Children's .Difficulties. By E.C............................... 359
Children's Pets. By Caroline Pridham........................... 762
Children's Senses, Care of. By Dr. Macnaughton Jones....................... 820
Christmas Angels. By Violet Picton-Warlow........................... 734
Church, In a. By R.L. Barth............................... 491.....
Club, Féso1e. By W.J. Collingwood ............................. 438, 666
Concentration of Purpose in Education. By George Radford................... 588
Concentration of Purpose. By Mrs. Thomas........................... 681
Consequences. By the Editor............................... 121
Culture, Mother. By A......................................93

D-Volume 3, 18921893
Dante. By R. H. Law, M.A................................ 721
Dante, Ruskin in Relation to. By Julia Firth........................... 881
Difficulties, Children's. By E. C............................... 359
Discipline. By the Rev. Canon Parker............................. 161, 241
Duty, Faith and. By the Editor........................... 745, 826, 914

E-Volume 3, 18921893
Early Memories. Translated from the German of "Deutsche Liebe." By Mrs. F. Steinthal ....... 567
Education By the Rev. M.R. Lutener.................................. 96, 176
Education, Concentration of Purpose in. By George Radford................... 588
Education of the Future, The. By the Editor........................... 670
"English as She is Taught" (through Latin). By One who has Written many Latin Exercises....... 204

F-Volume 3, 18921893
Faith and Duty. By the Editor........................... 745, 826, 914
Fesole Club. By W.J. Collingwood................................. 438, 666
Fire, Tried in the. By Alice Powell............................... 427
First Principles by Lady Frederick Cavendish........................... 801
Flower-Teaching. By Dorothea Beale........................... 267
Formation of Habit. By Helen Webb, M.B. London....................... 481
Fragments of a Chat with "Tante" By A. Johnston, M.D.......................... 191, 756
Froebel, A Guide to Patents By A.P................................ 657

G-Volume 3, 18921893
Games, Some Christmas................................... 794

H-Volume 3, 18921893
Habit, Formation of By Helen Webb, M.B. Lond....................... 481
Higher Religious Education. By the Rev. S.A. Donaldson, M.A. (Eton)..................1
Home School, The By the Editor............................... 279
Hot Burning Coals................................... 167
Hygiene as an Integral Part of a Normal Education. By A.T. Schofield, M.D., MRCS, &c (National Health Society) 396

I-Volume 3, 18921893
In a Church By R.L. Barth................................... 491
In Memoriam. By a Mother of England's Children.........................10

L-Volume 3, 18921893
L'Art:d'Etre Grand Père. Par Victor Hugo........................... 710

M-Volume 3, 18921893
Madame de .Staël and the. Philosophy of "L'Allemagne." By Joseph F. Charles.......... 24, 112, 576, 641
Memoriam, In. By a Mother of England's Children.........................10
Memories, Early. Translated from the German of "Deutsche Leibe."  By Mrs. F. Steinthal....... 567
Mother Culture. By A......................................93
Mothers and Sons. The Religious Difficulty. By T.G.R........................ 321
Mrs. Sedley's Tale. By the Editor............................... 182

N-Volume 3, 18921893
Natural Science Recreations. Beetles. By Rev. A. Thornley, M.A., F.E.S................ 834
Necessity for it, There is no. By Emily Miall........................... 362
Nobody Told Me. By Miss Seeley................................. 445, 511
Normal Education, Hygiene as an Integral Part of a. By A.T. Schofield, MD, MRCS, &c. (National Health Society) 396
Nursery Accidents. By Mrs. Frances Steinthal........................... 423

O-Volume 3, 18921893
Obedience, Unreasoning................................ 845
Object Teaching; or, Words and Things. By T.G.R........................... 13, 103
Over-Pressure in High Schools, The Question of. By A.H. ................... 741
Our Work...................... 76, 157, 237, 315, 393, 476, 559, 638, 719, 799, 874, 948
"Our Children's" Book Friends. By their Sister........................... 331
"Out of the Mouths of Babes and Sucklings." By One who has Written many Latin Exercises....... 247

P-Volume 3, 18921893
Papers, The Bücherbund. By Miss Elsa D'Esterre Keeling.....................59
Parents and Teachers. By Henry Perrin........................... 899
Philosophy of "L'Allemagne," Madame de Staël and the. By Joseph F. Charles.......... 24, 112, 576, 641
Poor Mrs. Jumeau! By the Editor............................... 580
P.N.E.U. Notes.....................80, 159, 239, 319, 395, 478, 560, 720, 800, 877, 951
P.N.E.U. Philosophy. By the Editor............................... 349
Principles, First. By Lady Frederick Cavendish........................ 801
"P. R." Letter Bag, The ...................... 75, 154, 233, 312, 389, 474, 555, 637, 714, 878

R-Volume 3, 18921893
Random Shots, and What we may Learn from Them. By One who has tried to "Teach the Young Idea how to Shoot"244
Recreations, Natural Science. Beetles. By Rev. A. Thornley, M.A., F.E.S............... 834
Religious Education, Higher. By the Rev. S.A. Donaldson, M.A. (Eton)..................1
Religious Education of Young People, The. By the Rev: Prebendary Eyton............... 561
Religious Training of Children at Home, The.............................81
Return of the Prophet and the Psalmist, The. By the Hon. Lady Welby............... 401
River, The Reed in the. By the Writer of "The Man with the Seven Hearts."............... 345
Ruskin in Relation to Dante. By Julia Firth........................... 881

S-Volume 3, 18921893
School Hygiene, A Point of. By John Jackson, F.E.I.S..........................31
Sex in Education, An Oration on. By Sir James Crichton-Browne, M.D., LL.D., F.R.S............. 254, 335
Some Christmas Games................................... 794
Sons, Mothers and. The Religious Difficulty. By T.G.R....................... 321
Study of the First Psalm, A. By T. G. Rooper........................... 887
Suggestions on the Teaching of Self-Rule. By Miss Miller................... 594

T-Volume 3, 18921893
Tale, Mrs. Seclley'.s. By the Editor............................... 182
Teaching, Flower. By Dorothea Beale........................... 267
Teaching .of Poetry, An Address on the. By the Rev. H.C. Beeching............... 893
Teaching of Self Ruler Suggestions on the. By Miss Miller................... 594
Teachers, Parents and.. By Henry Perrin........................... 899
Tennyson. By R.H. Law................................... 811
The Bucherbund Papers. By Miss Elsa D'Esterre Keeling.........................59
The Children's Hour :
Those Holy Fields. By the Rev. C. H. Chase - 37, 128, 208, 285, 365, 454, 522, 610, 687, 766, 850, 922
Seeds of Story from other Countries - ....43, 134, 216, 292, 373, 529, 619, 694, 779, 858, 929
Heinerle: the Peasant Artist. By Emil Frommel. .............. 50, 141, 223, 299, 378, 541, 626, 702, 786, 866, 938
The Story of Nijima. By Mrs. Gordon....................... 461
A Legend of the Christmas Rose. Adapted from the German by Rudolph Baumbach....... 773
The History of a "Backward" Child..By Caroline Southwood Hill................... 600
The Philosopher at Home. By the Editor........................... 496
The Question of Over-Pressure in High Schools. By A.H.................... 741
The Reed in the River. By the Writer of "The Man with the Seven Hearts."............... 345
There is no Necessity for It. By Emily Miall........................... 362
Told Me, Nobody. By Miss Seeley................................. 445, 511
Training of Children at Home, The Religious.............................81
Tried in the Fire. By Alice Powell ........................... 427

U-Volume 3, 18921893
Unreasoning Obedience................................... 845

W-Volume 3, 18921893
Words and ThingsObject Teaching. By T.G.R.......................... 13, 103

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Volume 4, 1893/1894 (alphabetical index)

A-Volume 4, 1893/1894
Animals as Playmates. By G.G.F................................ 850
Apperception, Practical Studies in. By T.G. Roooper, Esq., M.A., H.M.I............... 170
Aspects of Slojd, On some. By C. Russell........................... 321
Aunt Mai's Budget. By Mrs. Francis Steinthal ......... 220, 300, 377, 458, 537, 620, 697, 761, 861, 922
A Calendar......................................... 858, 932
A Class. A Poem................................... 161
A Few Flower Favourites. By Violet Picton-Warlow....................... 468
A Japanese Reformer, Tel Sono. From her Autobiography --................. 103, 176, 296, 362
A Mother's Letter................................... 641
A Paradise of Birds. By H.D. Gelhart........................... 118

B-Volume 4, 1893/1894
Bible Reading, Early. By Mrs. Hart Davie........................... 497
Bible Teaching, Old and New. By Mary L.G. Petrie, B.A.................... 241
Birds, A Paradise of. By H.D. Gelhart........................... 118
Books........................71, 151, 230, 309, 390, 472, 550, 631, 711, 871, 935
Botanical Waifs and Strays. By W.M. Hind........................... 415
Brushwork. By Mrs. H. Perrin............................... 453
Brush Drawing. By Mrs. H. Perrin............................... 344

C-Volume 4, 1893/1894
Calendar, A ......................................... 858, 932
Carpaccio. By Honor Brooke............................... 127
Characteristics of Childhood.By Robert Durning formerly Master of Method at the Home and Colonial Training College 52
Childhood, An Appeal. By Mrs. Brine........................... 612
Collecting Plants, the Pleasures of. By H.D. Geldart....................... 351

D-Volume 4, 1893/1894
Dante, Ruskin in Relation to. By Julia Firth..............................1
Day Schoo1s for Boys, School Hours and Holidays in. By Charles Sirnmons M.A............ 437
Day School, Home Training in Relation to the............................ 590
Defence in the Insect World. By Rev. A. Thornley MA, FES............... 596
Drawing in Infant Schools. By T. G. Rooper, Esq., H.M.I................ 728, 817, 904

E-Volume 4, 1893/1894
Early Bible Reading. By Mrs. Hart Davis........................... 497
Education. A Poem.....................................57
Euriphides, Notes on.................................... 338

F-Volume 4, 1893/1894
Family Life. By Mrs. Hart Davis............................... 801
Flemish Painting, Some Thoughts on. By Honor Brooke......................... 490, 576
Flower Favourites, A Few. By Violet Picton-Warlow....................... 468
Foreign Schools, Prizes in. By Mrs. A. Caumont....................... 481
Frobel. By T.G. Rooper, Esq., M.A., H.M.I............................ 270

G-Volume 4, 1893/1894
Genesis, I., II., Notes on. By H.A. Dallas........................... 617
Gilbert White's Selbourne. By the Editor........................... 421
Greetings. By the Editor................................ 747

H-Volume 4, 1893/1894
Henry Vaughan, the "Silurist"............................... 447
Historie de ma Vie. By George Sand............................... 656
History. By H.B................................ 721, 822, 890
Holiday Tasks. By J.S. Mills, M.A................................ 510
Holidays. By the Editor................................... 163
Holidays. By Mrs. Perrin................................... 522
Home Algebra and Geometry. By Mary Everest Boole....................... 854
Home Arithmetic. By Mary Everest Boole........................... 649
Home Training in Relation to the Day School............................ 590
How are the Principles of the P.N.E.U. to be Spread amongst those we Designate "The Poor." By Isabella Copeland 846
How to give Religious Instruction. By Miss Agnes Mason.....................41
How to Inculcate Kindness to Animals. By Mrs. Wood........................ 359
How to Learn a Language. By Rev. Henry W. Bell, M.A.................... 122

I-Volume 4, 1893/1894
Infant Schools, Drawing in. By T. G. Rooper, Esq., H.M.I................ 728, 817, 904
Influence, A Poem................................... 150
"In Memoriam." By Dorothea Beale, Principle of Cheltenam Ladies' College................25
In Our Study. By Julia Firth  (Stones).............................91
Insect Mimicry. By Rev. Alfred Thornley, M.A., F.E.S....................... 502
Insect World, Defence in the. By Rev. A. Thornley MA, FES................... 596
Isolated Ponds: A Botanical Study, By Edward F. Linton, M.A.................... 192

J-Volume 4, 1893/1894
Junior Archaeological Society, Notes on the Sussex Branch of the.................... 752

L-Volume 4, 1893/1894
Language, How to Learn a. By Rev. Henry W. Bell, M.A.................... 122

M-Volume 4, 1893/1894
Manners....................................... 250
Modern Botany, the Rise and Aims of. By Professor Patrick Geddes........... 738, 827, 897
Mothers as Sick Nurses. By Alice Powell........................... 692
Mother's Letter, A ................................... 641
Music: "What do Angels Sing of Thee?" A Christmas Carol................... 760

N-Volume 4, 1893/1894
Natural History Club, Our P.N.E.U................................ 920
Notes by the Way. By M.L. Hodgson, of the House of Education.....................68
Notes on Euriphides .................................... 338
Notes on Genesis, I., II. By H.A. Dallas........................... 617
Notes on the Sussex Branch of the Junior Archaeological Society .................... 752
Nursery Hygiene, On One Aspect of. My Miss Helen Webb................... 561

O-Volume 4, 1893/1894
Olaf; or, The Fairy Gifts. By Mrs. Colles.............................143, 205
Old and New Bible Teaching. By Mary L.G. Petrie, B.A.................... 241
On Encouragement of Art. By Professor Patrick Geddes....................... 585
On One Aspect of Nursery Hygiene. My Miss Helen Webb................... 561
One Some Aspects of Slojd. By C. Russell........................... 321
Our P.N.E.U. Natural History Club ................................ 920
Our Work...................... 79, 157, 236, 316, 397, 476, 558, 637, 716, 797, 874, 946

P-Volume 4, 1893/1894
Parental Responsibility. By Mrs. Armitage.............................36
Parents in Council. By the Editor............................... 287
Parents' National Education Union............................... 372
Petit Opera pour Les Enfants. Par Mrs. W.D. Hall....................... 293
Physical Education of Children, Some Practical Points in the. By John Mason, M.D............... 96, 199
Poem: A Class. ....................................... 161
Poem: To a Child Born in April. By K.E.W............................ 361
Poem: "The Sin of Ommission"............................... 630
Poem: "Music." By Herbert Baynes............................... 655
Poetry of Matthew Arnold, Some Characteristics of the. By R.H. Law............... 258
Practical Studies in Apperception. By T.G. Roooper, Esq., M.A., H.M.I............... 170
Prizes in Foreign Schools. By Mrs. A. Caumont....................... 481
P.N.E.U. Notes....................... 80, 160, 238, 318, 400, 478, 560, 639, 719, 799, 878, 949
"P.R." Letter Bag, The -- ..................75, 154, 232, 313, 393, 475, 554, 633, 714, 875, 939

R-Volume 4, 1893/1894
Religious Education, By J.S. Mills, M.A............................ 662
Religious Instruction, How to give. By Miss Agnes Mason.....................41
Ruskin in Relation to Dante. By Julia Firth..............................1

S-Volume 4, 1893/1894
"St. George of Merrie Englone"................................. 531, 604
"School and Home." A Breaking-up Song. By Dorothea Beale................... 734
School Hours and Holidays in Day Schoo1s for Boys. By Charles Sirnmons M.A............ 437
Secondary Education. By J.S. Mills............................... 186
Self-Consciousness in its Relation to Character. By F.U........................ 347
Sick Nurses, Mothers as. By Alice Powell........................... 692
Signs. By Mrs. Colles..................................... 334, 527
Some Books to Read in the Holidays. By Herbert D. Geldart..................... 744, 839
Some Characteristics of the Poetry of Matthew Arnold. By R.H. Law............... 258
Some Defects of Voice and Speech in Children. By Mrs. Emil Behnke................. 517, 581
Some Practical Points in the Physical Education of Children. By John Mason, M.D............... 96, 199
Some Thoughts on Flemish Painting. By Honor Brooke......................... 490, 576

T-Volume 4, 1893/1894
Taking Counsel.................................... 881
Tel Sono A Japanese Reformer. From her Autobiography --................. 103, 176, 296, 362
The Culture of Character. By the Editor.............................. 59, 136
The Fesole Club Papers. By W.G. Collingwood.......................... 45, 430
The Food and Clothing of Children beyond Infancy. By Helen M. Wilson, M.B.............. 833, 913
The Habits of Insects: Spiders. By Rev. A. Thornley, M.A., F.E.S.................... 279
The Heroic Impulse. By the Editor............................... 683
The Influence and Teaching of the Educated Mother. By Mrs. Alfred Booth.................81
The Last Commandment. By Mary I.G. Petrie, B.A....................... 571
The Parents' Association of America............................... 672
The Philosophy of Kant. By Madame De Stael (Translated by Mrs. Lane)............... 401
The Pleasures of Collecting Plants. By Herbert D. Geldart................... 351
The Pot of Green Feathers. By T.G. Rooper, Esq., M.A., H.M.I...................9, 110, 211
The Rise and Aims of Modern Botany. By Professor Patrick Geddes........... 738, 827, 897
Training Lessons to Mothers. By the Lady Isabel Margesson.....................17

V-Volume 4, 1893/1894
Voice and Speech in Children, Some Defects of. By Mrs. Emil Behnke................. 517, 581

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Volume 5, 1894/1895 (alphabetical index)

A-Volume 5, 1894/1895
About Nutrition. By Phusis ............................... 267
About Nerve Centers. By Phusis............................... 352
A Calendar. By Julia Firth --.................. 68, 134,213, 301, 380, 456, 533, 614, 691, 769
A Child's Leisure. By L. Ormistan Chant........................... 321
A Father's Place in Home Training. By a Father....................... 735
A Few Suggestions for the Management of Young Children. By Rev. R.H., Mrs. Hart Davis and Hastings Guilford, FRCS 578
Age, This Restless.....................................41
Altruism as a Factor in Education. By M.E.A........................... 281
A Lesson....................................... 275
An Inquiry into the Formation of Habit in Man. By Alfred T. Schofield, Esq., MD, MRSC, &c.......... 81, 178
Art, The, of Book-Reading. By Mrs. A. Caumont......................... 834, 908
Attention. By Mrs. Wolryche-Whitmore........................... 807
Aunt Mai's Budget. By Mrs. Francis Steinthal.......... 51, 138, 217, 304, 383, 459, 541, 618, 695, 774, 847, 929

B-Volume 5, 1894/1895
Backward Boys. By C.E. Egan, BA, Tutor........................... 201
Bag, P.R. Letter ....................... 73, 155, 232, 312, 395, 473, 554, 634, 708, 793, 867, 945
Beethoven. By Frank Barton, FRCS............................... 127
Belgian Education. By G.G.F..................................99
Boys, Girls and Character. By Mrs. A.H.D. Acland....................... 241
Boy's Schools. By P.N. Macmahon............................... 531
Books.......................... 71, 153, 228, 312, 393, 469, 550, 630, 712, 790, 869, 941
Breathing, The Art of, as applied to Physical Development. By A. L. Hoper Dixon, Surgeon-Captain, AMS 641
Budget, Aunt Mia's. By Mrs. Francis Steinthal.......... 51, 138, 217, 304, 383, 459, 541, 618, 695, 774, 847, 929
Books, Children's. By Mrs. Sophie Bryant, D. Sc..........................19
Book-Reading, The Art of. By Mrs. A. Caumont......................... 834, 908

C-Volume 5, 1894/1895
Calendar, A. By Julia Firth --.................. 68, 134,213, 301, 380, 456, 533, 614, 691, 769
Character, Boys, Girls and. By Mrs. A.H.D. Acland....................... 241
Child's Leisure, A. By L. Ormistan Chant........................... 321
Child Training, Children's Questions. By A.S. Acland....................... 241
Childhood, The Psychology of. By Seymour G. Tremenheere, H.M.I................ 409
Children, our, as Observers of Nature. By G.R. Wynne, D.D................... 801
Children, The Voices of Our. By Mrs. Emil Behnke....................... 897
Children, what, read. By M.P. Peters............................... 738
Children, Pages for the. By M. Simpson.............................. 45, 601
Children's Books. By Mrs. Sophie Bryant, D.Sc.........................19
Children's Life Histories. By H. Franklin........................... 510
Children, The Mental & Moral Training of. By Jas. Welton, MA................. 102, 164, 260, 343
Children, The Religious Training of. ........................... 205
Children, Who Shall Have Charge of. By Francis M. Smee................... 527
Clothes, Our Girls'. By Mrs. Pardon............................... 317
Culture, On Self. By J. Saxon Mills................................. 195, 270

D-Volume 5, 1894/1895
Darwin, Lessons From. By J.M. Haycraft......................... 277, 362, 513, 689
Daughters, My Grandmothers............................ 675, 586, 893
Daughters, The Revolt of the. By Mary S. Simon....................... 421

E-Volume 5, 1894/1895
Editorial......................................... 841, 923
Education, Belgian. By G.G.F..................................99
Education, Modern, from a Parent's point of view. By Isabel Baynes............... 336
Education, Altruism as a Factor in. By M.E.A........................... 281
Education, Secular, in the United States, 1889. By Ellen Stones................... 432

F-Volume 5, 1894/1895
Father's, A, place in Home-Training. By a Father....................... 735
Fesole Club Papers. By W.G. Collingwood--........24, 124, 210, 292, 375, 451, 522, 593, 671, 759, 829
Fiction, History and................................... 255
Flying Machines, Nature's. By Rev. A. Thornley, MA, FES................... 284
Formation of Habit in Man, An Inquiry into. By A.T. Scofield, Esq., M.D., M.R.C.S............... 81, 178

G-Volume 5, 1894/1895
Geography and Social Science, The Teaching of. By Paul de Rousier (translated by permission of the author)..608, 681
Girls Again. By E.M.................................... 297
Girls, Our. By Emil Miall..................................... 110, 173
Girls and Character, Boys. By Mrs. A.H.D. Acland....................... 241
Grandmother's Daughters, My............................ 586, 675, 893

H-Volume 5, 1894/1895
Happiness, The, of an only Child. By G.G.F........................... 495
"He was born with a temper." By Leader Scott........................... 561
History: History and Fiction............................... 255
History. By H.B.................................... 14
Habit in Man, An Inquiry into the formation of. By A.T. Schofield, Esq., M.D., M.R.C.S., etc.......... 81, 178
Home Life. By A.F.S.................................... 190
Holidays, Our Children's. By Mrs. Manning........................... 712
How Time may be Industriously wasted at School. By Emily Miall............... 570
Howe, Scale. By the Rev. Canon Rawnsley........................... 813

I-Volume 5, 1894/1895
Imagination, The Training of the. By A. Westlake Andrews, B.A., F.R. Hist.S........... 744
Implicit Obedience................................... 815

L-Volume 5, 1894/1895
Leisure, A Child's. By Orminston Chant........................... 321
Lessons from Darwin. By Janet M. Haycraft......................... 277, 362, 513, 689
Lesson, A........................................ 275
Letter-Bag, The P.R. ................... 73, 155, 232, 312, 395, 473, 554, 634, 708, 793, 867, 945
Life, Home By A.F.S.................................... 190
Life, Histories, Children's By H. Franklin........................... 510

M-Volume 5, 1894/1895
Management, On Nursery. By A.C. Cambell........................... 765
Management of Young Children, A few Suggestions for the By Rev. R.H., Mrs. Hart Davis and Hastings Guilford, FRCS578
Mental & Moral Training of Children, The. By Jas. Welton, MA................. 102, 164, 260, 343
Minimising of Suffering, The. By Mrs. Boole........................... 821
Modern Education from a Parent's point of view. . By Isabel Baynes............... 336
Modern Training of Girls, The. ............................... 366
Musician, The........................................ 652
Music, Visible. Facts and Speculation. By J. Ashcroft Noble................... 516
My Grandmother's Daughters............................ 675, 586, 893

N-Volume 5, 1894/1895
Naas. By J. Russel.....................................28
Nature's Flying Machines. By Rev. A. Thornley, MA., F.E.S.................... 284
Nerve Centres. By Phusis................................... 352
Needlework, The Teaching of . ................................. 444, 357
Notes on Secular Education in the United States, 1889. By Ellen Stones............... 432
Notes on French and English Secondary Schools. By J. Saxon Mills, M.A................ 499
Nurseries. By Mrs. Powell. ............................... 656
Nursery Management, On. By A. C. Campbell........................... 765
Nutrition, About. By Phusis............................... 352

O-Volume 5, 1894/1895
Obedience, Implicit. By Mrs. Robert Jardine........................... 815
On Nursery Management. By A.C. Campbell........................... 765
On Punishment. By J.A. Badley, M.A............................ 663
On Self Culture. By J. Saxon Mills................................. 195, 270
Our Children as Observers of Nature. By G.R. Wynne, D.D.................... 801
Our Girls. By Emily Miall..................................... 110, 173
Our Girls' Clothes. By Mrs. Pardon............................... 917
Our Children's Holidays. By Mrs. Manning........................... 721
Our Work....................77, 157, 236, 316, 396, 477, 556, 640, 715, 872, 947

P-Volume 5, 1894/1895
Pages for the Children. By M. Simpson.............................. 45, 601
Parents' National Educational Union............................... 329
P.N.E.U. Princples. By the Editor............................... 426
P.N.E.U. Notes...................... 79, 159, 238, 398, 318, 480, 559, 638, 717, 795, 874, 942
P.R. Letter Bag...................... 73, 155, 232, 312, 395, 473, 554, 634, 708, 793, 867, 945
Princess, The Wayward. By Mrs. Murray Hickson....................... 535
Punishment, On. By J.H. Badley, M.A............................ 663

R-Volume 5, 1894/1895
Ragged Schools of London, The. By William Main....................... 116
Religious Training of Children, The............................... 205
Restless Age, This.....................................41
Revolt of the Daughters, The. By Mary S. Simon....................... 421

S-Volume 5, 1894/1895
Scale Howe. By the Rev. Canon Rawnsley........................... 813
Schools, Boys'. By P.N. Macmahon............................... 531
School Punishments. By C.E. Egan, B.A., Tutor....................... 490
School to Home, The Relation of. By' Miss H. S. Powell....................... 881
Secondary Schools, Notes on French and English. By J. Saxon Mills, M.A. ........... 499
Self Culture, On. By J. Saxon Mills................................. 195, 270
Sensation. By.Mrs. M. Wolryche-Whitmore........................... 908
Secular Education, Notes in the United States. By Ellen Stones 1889............... 432
Suffering, the Minimising of. By Mrs. Boole........................... 821
Suggestions. By a Mother................................... 757

T-Volume 5, 1894/1895
Tact........................................... 913
Temper, He was Born with a. By Leader Scott........................... 561
The Art of Book-Reading. By Mrs. A. Caumont......................... 834, 908
The Art of Breathing as applied to Physical Development By A. L. Hoper Dixon, Surgeon-Captain, AMS 641
The Happiness of the Only Child By G.G.F........................... 495
The Minimising of Suffering. By Mrs. Boole........................... 821
The Mental & Moral Training of Children. By Jas. Welton, MA................. 102, 164, 260, 343
The Modern Training of Girls. ............................... 366
The Psychology of Childhood. By Seymour G. Tremenheere, H.M.I................ 409
The Musician........................................ 652
The Ragged Schools of London By William Main....................... 116
The Relation of School to Home. By Miss H.S. Powell....................... 881
The Religious Training of Children............................... 205
The Revolt of the Daughters. By Mary S. Simon....................... 421
The Teaching of Needlework. ................................. 444, 357
The Teaching of Geography and Social Science.. By Paul de Rousier (translated by permission of the author)..608, 681
The Training of the Imagination. By A. Westlake Andrews, B.A., F.R. Hist.S........... 744
Training, Child. Children's Questions By A.S. Acland....................... 241
The Training of Girls for Professional Life. By Edith A. Barnett.........................1, 92
The Wayward Princess. By Mrs. Murray Hickson....................... 535
The P.R. Letter Bag.................. 73, 155, 232, 312, 395, 473, 554, 634, 708, 793, 867, 945
The Voices of Our Children. By Mrs. Emil Behnke....................... 897
This Restless Age.....................................41

V-Volume 5, 1894/1895
Visible Music. Facts and Speculation. By J. Ashcroft Noble................... 516

W-Volume 5, 1894/1895
Who Shall Have Charge of Our Children? By Francis M. Smee................... 527
What Children Read By M.P. Peters............................... 738
Work, Our....................77, 157, 236, 316, 396, 477, 556, 640, 715, 872, 947

Y-Volume 5, 1894/1895
Young Children, A few Suggestions for the Management of. By Rev. R.H., Mrs. Hart Davis and Hastings Guilford, FRCS578

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Volume 6, 1895/1896 (alphabetical index)

A-Volume 6, 1895/1896
Able To Teach First Lessons. By Miss S.B.K. Warren....................... 685
Abstract of an Article on Children's Lies. By Miss Walker.....................89
Accidents. By Two Mothers............................... 209
Address by the Earl of Meath, President P.N.E.U........................ 401
Ailing Children, A Plea for. By L. Dougall........................... 816
Annual Meeting of the P.N.E.U., Report of the ........................... 473
Arithmetic, Notes of a Lesson. By Miss Dorothea Beale....................... 246
Arnold and Rugby Sixty Years Ago, Memories of................... 641, 754, 833
Art Needlework, Hygienic. By Mrs. Boole............................. 721, 922
Athens, A Historical Study. By H. Beveridge, Esq.......................... 509, 576
Aunt Mai's Budget.................. 58, 138, 216, 298, 379, 459, 537, 619, 696, 775, 856, 945
Animal Plants. By Sophia Armitt............................... 764

B-Volume 6, 1895/1896
Baby, A Musical....................................... 760
Bad Bringing Up. By T.G. Rooper................................. 161, 253
Bible to Our Children, How to Teach. By the Rev. Henry Seeley.....................5, 99, 174, 241
Birds, The Migration of. By R.G. Wardlaw Ramsay, F.Z.S., M.B.O.U................ 321
Buds, Seed time with the. By Mary L. Armitt........................... 913
Books.............................. 69, 155, 236, 312, 393, 551, 635, 710, 790, 870
Bookshelf, An Old. By J.H. Watt............................... 607
Browning, On the Elementary Study of. By May Bateman................... 660

C-Volume 6, 1895/1896
Calendars, A Naturalist's. March and April. By Alfred Thornley, M.A., F.E.S.......... 1
Chats with Nurse...................... 37, 118, 209, 290, 367, 452, 532, 612, 690
Children, A Plea for Ailing. By L. Dougall........................... 816
Children Past and Present. By L.T. Meade........................... 881
Children's Lies, Abstract of an Article on. By Miss Walker.....................89
Children's Teeth, The Care of. By W. Penfold........................... 423
Christians, The Intellectual Position of. By E. M. Caillard..................... 809, 896
Cleanliness and Water. By Two Mothers........................... 118
Clothes, Our Girls'. By Mrs. Purdon.................................45
Clothes Question Two Hundred Years Ago, The Great. By Mrs. Alfred Marks........... 595
Clothing. By Two Mothers.................................. 612, 690
Common Sense. By Mrs. M. Wolryche-Whitmore....................... 354
Cost of Cheap Success, The. By Mrs. Boole........................... 481
Criticism that Teachers Desire. By Miss Edith Aitken....................... 184
Cultivation of the Intellect, By Miss C. L. Maynard......................... 487, 585

D-Volume 6, 1895/1896
Diary, A Mother's. Contributed by Miss Beale........................... 842
Discipline. By the Editor................................... 283

E-Volume 6, 1895/1896
Editorial.................................. 50, 131, 201, 283, 768, 850
Education, Greek. By Howard Swan............................... 632
Education, Milton's Letter on. By J. Saxon Mills, M.A........................ 517
Education, Miss Edgeworth as a Writer on. By Mary E. Porter................... 600
Education on Life, The Stamp of. By Adeline, Duchess of Bedford................... 561
Education, Physical. By Mary Crossthwaite........................... 125
Education, The Value of Hardness .in. By Mrs. Creighton ................... 801
Eternal Child, The. By the Editor............................... 768
Ethics of Punishment, The. By Mrs. Henry Baynes....................... 370

F-Volume 6, 1895/1896
Female Education Two Hundred Years Ago. By Mrs. A. Marks ................... 443
First Lessons, Able to Teach. By Miss S. B. K. Warren....................... 685
Food to be given in the Nursery By Two Mothers......................... 452, 532
Fresh Air. By Two Mothers.................................37

G-Volume 6, 1895/1896
Geography and History, Imagination as Cultivated by the Teaching of............... 110
GeometryNotes of an Address. By Dorothea Beale....................... 419
Girl-Children. A Plea for Some Other People's........................... 888
Greek Education. By Howard Swan............................... 632

H-Volume 6, 1895/1896
Habit, Nutrition and. By Mrs. M. Wolryche-Whitmore....................... 104
Hardness in Education, The Value of. By Mrs. Creighton....................... 801
History, A New Method of Teaching. By Miss Beatrice Taylor................... 741
History A Rough Plan for the Teaching of. By Mrs. J. Porter-Porter..................... 823, 930
History, Imagination as Cultivated by the Teaching of Geography and............... 110
How to Teach the Bible to our Children. By the Rev. Henry Seeley.....................5, 99, 174, 241
Hygienic Art Needlework. By Mrs. Boole............................. 721, 922

I-Volume 6, 1895/1896
Imagination. By Mrs. M. Wolryche-Whitmore........................... 437
Imagination as Cultivated by the Teaching of Geography and History............... 110
Imagination, Suggestions for Lessons, Aiming at the Development of Thought and........... 360
Immortality in Literature, Specified in Carlyle, George Eliot and Robert Browning. By Lily H. Montagu 746
Intellect, The Cultivation of the. By Miss C.L. Maynard......................... 487, 585
In a Vision of the Night................................... 260
Intellectual Position of Christians, The. By E.M. Caillard......................... 809, 896
Interest of Life in Childhood and Youth. By the Rev C.A. Whittuck............. 331, 433, 499, 565

J-Volume 6, 1895/1896
Jeunes Filles, Revue pour les. By Miss W. L. Rooper....................... 678

K-Volume 6, 1895/1896
Kindergarten System. The By Miss Gunsberg........................... 668

L-Volume 6, 1895/1896
Lies, Abstract of an Article on Children's. By Miss Walker.....................89
Literature, Immortality, in. By Lily H. Montagu....................... 746

M-Volume 6, 1895/1896
Manners in the Seventeenth Century, Good By Mrs. Alfred Marks................... 526
Memories of Arnold and Rugby Sixty Years Ago Memory. By Mrs. M. Wolryche-Whitmore....... 267
Migration of Birds, The. By R.G. Wardlaw Ramsay, F.Z.S., M.B.O.U................ 321
Milton's Letter on Education. By .J. Saxon Mills, M.A........................ 517
Mother's Diary, A. Contributed by Miss Beale........................... 842
Musical Baby, A....................................... 760

N-Volume 6, 1895/1896
Naturalist's Calendar, A. By Alfred Thornley, M.A., F.E.S.......................1
Nature, The Secrets of. By Mary L. Armitt........................... 416
Night, In a Vision of the.................................... 104
Notes of a Lesson on Arithmetic. By Miss Beale....................... 246
Nurse, Chats with...................... 37, 118, 209, 290, 367, 452, 532, 612, 690
Nutrition and Habit. By Mrs. M. Wolryche-Whitmore....................... 104

O-Volume 6, 1895/1896
Old Bookshelf, An. By J. H. Watt................................ 607
Our Girls' Clothes. By Mrs. Purdon .................................45
Our Work...................... 74, 153, 234, 310, 396, 475, 555, 636, 714, 795, 874, 956

P-Volume 6, 1895/1896
P. N. E. U. An Address by the Earl of Meath, President....................... 401
P.N.E.U. Notes...................... 77, 159, 231, 318, 398, 479, 560, 638, 717, 797, 876, 958
P.N.E.U., Report of the Annual Meeting of the........................... 473
Parental Responsibility, Viewed from the Physical Aspect. By E. Downes, MD.............. 81, 275
P.R. Letter Bag, The...................... 72, 151, 239, 315, 477, 556, 636, 716, 795, 875
Parents' Part in the Religious Training of Boys, The. By Rev. F. B. Wescott............... 405
Perception. By Mrs. M. Wolryche-Whitmore.............................20
Physical Education. By Mary Crossthwaite........................... 125
Plants, Autumn. By Sophia Armitt............................... 764
P1ea for Some Other People's Girl-Children, A....................... 888
Port Royal, The Little Schools of. By J. Saxon Mills, M.A.................... 338
Punishment, The Ethics of. By Mrs. Henry Baynes....................... 370
Purity have the First Word, Should Not........................... 349

R-Volume 6, 1895/1896
Religious Training of Boys, The Parents' Part in the. By Rev. F. B. Wescott............... 405
Responsibility, Some of the Higher Views of Parental. By E. Downes, M.D................... 81, 275
Rest, Unrest and....................................... 498
Revue pour les Jeunes Filles. By Miss W. L. Rooper....................... 678
Rugby Sixty Years Ago, Memories of Arnold and................... 641, 754, 833

S-Volume 6, 1895/1896
Schools of Port Royal, The Little. By J. Saxon Mills, M.A.................... 338
Secrets of Nature, The. By Mary L. Arrnitt ........................... 416
Seed-time with the Birds. By Mary L. Armitt........................... 913
Seventeenth Century, Good Manners in the. By Mrs. A. Marks................... 526
Should not Purity have the First Word?........................... 349
Signs of the Times. By Mrs. H. Baynes........................... 649
Some Suggestions for our "Squandered Girlhood."..By M. H. James............... 729
Stamp of Education on Life, The. By Adeline, Duchess of Bedford ............... 561
Success, The Cost of Cheap. By Mrs. Boole........................... 481
Suggestions for Lessons aiming at the Development of Thought and Imagination. By Miss M. B. Porter... 360
Symptoms of Illness. By Two Mothers............................. 290, 367

T-Volume 6, 1895/1896
Tact........................................... 180
Teaching and Education. By Miss Simon........................... 903
Teeth, The Care of Children's. By W. Penfold........................... 423
Tintoret. By Miss Honor Brooke.................................26
Two Hundred Years Ago, Female Education........................... 443
Two Hundred Years Ago, The Great Clothes Question....................... 595

U-Volume 6, 1895/1896
Unrest and Rest....................................... 498

V-Volume 6, 1895/1896
Vision of the Night, In a................................... 260

W-Volume 6, 1895/1896
What is Truth? By the Editor............................... 131
Whence and Whither. By the Editor ................................. 850, 938
When I Was a Little Girl. By G.G.F................................... 10, 196
Will, The By Mrs. M. Wolryche-Whitmore........................... 168

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Volume 7, 1896 (alphabetical index)

A-Volume 7, 1896
Annal, The Beech-Tree's. By Mary L. Armitt............................. 651, 724
Arithmetic, First Stage in. By Rev. R.H. Quick............................8, 186
Armenia. By Rev. Canon Rawnsley............................... 681
Arnold and Rugby Sixty Years Ago, Memories of. By a Member of the School, 1835-37 .......... 31, 127
Arnold, Matthew, his influence on Education. By Mrs. Stanton................... 660
Arts and Education, Fine. By Francis Bate........................... 561
Aunt Mai's Budget. By Mrs. Francis Steinthal.............60, 142, 218, 303, 370, 462, 545

B-Volume 7, 1896
Beech-Tree's, AnnalWinter Pensioners. By M.L. Armitt................... 651
Beech-Tree's, AnnalSpring and Summer Lodgers. By M.L. Armitt............... 724
Books................................71, 151, 311, 390, 526, 685, 750
Books on Educational Subjects, A short list of, with critical notes on each. By James Welton, M.A.... 262
Budget, Aunt Mai's. By Mrs. Francis Steinthal.............60, 142, 218, 303, 370, 462, 545

C-Volume 7, 1896
Castles, On Old English. By C. Fortescue Yonge....................... 527
Character of the Modern Press. By J. Saxon Mills, M.A........................ 282
Childhood, Infancy and Adolescence, Food in. By F. Godfrey, M.B................... 97, 170
Children Past and Present. By L.T. Meade.............................24
Children, Repressed Initiative in. G.R. Wilson, M.D........................... 81, 209
Children, The Faults of. By Hastings Gilford, F.R.C.S........................ 603
Christians, Intellectual Position of. By E.M. Caillard.............. 18, 121, 203, 276, 348, 443, 538, 572
Christmas Plays for the Children, A Review........................ 742
Cycling for Women, Hints on; with remarks on its Hygienic value.  By G. Ainslie Johnston, M.D., F.R.C.S.I 513

D-Volume 7, 1896
Departure, A New................................... 749
Development of the Religious Instinct in a Child. By Eleanor A. Welldon.................90
Diary, A Mother's. Contributed by Miss Beale.............................45

E-Volume 7, 1896
Education, Gaiety in; or, A Study in Augustine and Calvin. By T.G. Rooper.................. 39, 136
Education, National: an Historical Sketch. By Henry Hallgate................... 248
Education, Some Medical Aspects of. By Dr. Percy Lewis..................... 667, 704
Education, The Fine Arts. By Francis Bate........................... 561
Educational Subjects, A Short List of Books on. By James Welton, M.A................ 262
Emotions, Sensations, Feelings and. By the Editor......................... 286, 614
Exam, The: An Appeal. By Neil Wynn Williams....................... 629

F-Volume 7, 1896
Faults of Children. By Hastings Gilford, F.R.C.S........................ 603
Feelings, Sensations, and Emotions. By the Editor......................... 286, 614
Fine Arts, The, and Education. By Francis Bate....................... 561
First Stages in Arithmetic. By Rev. R.H. Quick............................8, 186
Flute-Player, The. By Caryl Battersby........................... 697
Food in Infancy, Childhood, and Adolescence. By F. Godfrey, M.B................... 97, 170

G-Volume 7, 1896
Gaiety in Education; or, A Study in Augustine and Calvin. By T.G. Rooper.................. 39, 136
Geography, Some Methods of Teaching. By F.R. Burrows..................... 340, 414
Girls, What to with our. By Miss Soulsby........................... 179
Goads. By Canon Scott Holland............................... 161
Granted, Taking Things for. By Mary Everest Boole....................... 699
Great Recognition, The.....................................52
Greatest Common Measure. By Mrs. Boole........................... 495

H-Volume 7, 1896
Hints by the way...................................... 361, 581
Hints on Cycling for Women, with remarks on its Hygienic Value.  By G. Ainslie Johnston, M.D., F.R.C.S.I 513
Home Life and the Higher Education of Women. By Mrs. Creighton................. 401, 500
Hygiene, Nursery. By George B. Batten, M.D............................ 592

I-Volume 7, 1896
Infancy, Childhood, and Adolescence, Food in. By F. Godfrey, M.B................... 97, 170
Initiative in Children, Repressed. By G.R. Wilson, M.B........................... 81, 209
Intellectual Position of Christians. By E.M. Caillard.............. 18, 121, 203, 276, 348, 443, 538, 572
Irritability in Plants. By Sophia Armitt........................... 521

L-Volume 7, 1896
Lessons before School. By R. Somervell, M.A.......................... 105, 295
Letter Bag, P.R........................... 76, 155, 235, 316, 395, 477, 557, 628, 688, 755

M-Volume 7, 1896
Maternal Self Sacrifice: True and False. By Julia Wedgewood........................1, 114
Matthew Arnold; his influence on Education. By Mrs. Stanton................... 660
Medical Aspects of Education. By Dr. Percy Lewis........................... 667, 704
Meditation for Parents. By Rev, Canon Liddell....................... 637
Memories of Arnold and Rugby Sixty Years Ago. By a Member of the School, 1835-37 .......... 31, 127
Methods of Teaching Geography, Some. By Rev. F.R. Burrows..................... 340, 414
Modern Press, Character of the. By J. Saxon Mills, M.A........................ 282
Money. By Dorothea Beale............................... 321
Mother's Diary, A. Contributed by Miss Beale.............................46

N-Volume 7, 1896
National Education: An Historical Sketch. By Henry Hallgate.................... 248
Natural History, Study of , as an Educational Discipline. By J. Arthur Thomson............. 332, 434
Nature, A Pencil Sketch from. By a Mother........................... 737
New Departure, A.................................... 749
Nursery Hygiene. By George B. Batten, M.D............................ 592

O-Volume 7, 1896
Obedience. By H. Beveridge................................. 241, 426
Old English Castles. By C. Fortescue Yonge........................... 527
Our Work...........................75, 154, 233, 314, 393, 474, 536, 688, 754

P-Volume 7, 1896
Parents' National Educational Union Society's Library....................... 228
Patriotism, Worth Cultivation, Is? By C.F. Greene....................... 356
Pencil Sketch from Nature, A. By a Mother........................... 737
Plants, Irritability in. By Sophia Armitt........................... 521
Playthings, Some Remarks on. By Mrs. Norman Hill....................... 732
P.N.E.U. Notes........................77, 158, 237, 318, 398, 478, 560, 693, 759
Press, Modern, Character of the. By J. Saxon Mills, M.A.................... 282
P.R. Letter Bag, ........................... 76, 155, 235, 316, 395, 477, 557, 628, 688, 755

R-Volume 7, 1896
Recognition, The Great .....................................52
Religious, The, Teaching of Children. By Rev. H.J. Wotherspoon................... 481
Repressed Initiative in Children. By G.R. Wilson, M.B........................... 81, 209
Rugby, Memories of Arnold and, Sixty Years Ago. By a Member of the School, 1835-37 .......... 31, 127

S-Volume 7, 1896
School, Lessons before. By R. Sommervell, M.A.......................... 105, 295
Self Sacrifice, Maternal: True and False. By Julia Wedgewood........................1, 114
Sensations, Feelings, and Emotions. By the Editor......................... 286, 614
Some Methods of Teaching Geography. By Rev. F.R. Burrows..................... 340, 414
Some of Our Walks. By M.L. Hodgson........................... 622
Some Remarks on Playthings. By Mrs. Norman Hill....................... 732
Some Thoughts on the Origin of Romanesque Architecture. By H. Brooke............... 451
Study, The, of Natural History as an Educational Discipline. By J. Arthur Thomson............. 332, 434

T-Volume 7, 1896
Taking Things for Granted. By Mary Everest Boole....................... 696
Teaching Geography, Some Methods of. By Rev. F.R. Burrows..................... 340, 414
Teaching of Children, The Religious. By Rev. H.J. Wotherspoon................... 481
The Flute-Player. By Caryl Battersby........................... 697
"To You and To Your Children." Thoughts for Young Mothers.  By Mrs. Ashley Carus-Wilson (Mary L.G. Petrie, B.A.) 195
Thoughts on the Origin of Romanesque Architecture, Some. By H. Brooke............... 451

W-Volume 7, 1896
What to do with our Girls. By Miss Soulsby........................... 179
Women, Home Life and Higher Education of. By Mrs. Creighton..................... 401, 500

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Volume 8, 1897 (alphabetical index)

A-Volume 8, 1897
A Father's Influence By A.M. Goodhart.170
A Lesson in Geography By S.F. Stead..34, 92
A November Nosegay.778
Alpine Garden from an Educational Point of View, The By H.B..642
An Essay on the Teaching of Reading By F.B. Lott.350
A Rational Lesson By S. de Brath..119, 176, 298
Arithmetic, Mental By A. Pridham..112
Art Training and Manual Work, The Value of By Mrs. Steinthal..414
Athletics in Boys' Schools By D. Pidcock M.D..631
At School on Hampstead Heath By Mrs. Grindrod..341, 553
Authority, Docility and By the Editor..185, 323
Authority, On the Value of, in Moral Education By C.D. Olive.205
Address by Rev. Canon Holland..521

B-Volume 8, 1897
Backward Children By E, Downes, M.D.137, 255
Books..57, 126, 193, 264, 331, 399, 469, 538, 606, 674, 736, 798
Boys' Schools, Athletics in By D. Pidcock M.D..631
Bud's, Winter By S, Armitt.162

C-Volume 8, 1897
Candour in Children By A. Ransom..97
Central Office and Organisation of Branches, Use and Work of By Miss Blogg.516
Children, Backward By E, Downes, M.D.137, 255
Childhood, Sensations and Impressions of. By E. Hughes-Gibb..217
Children's Point of View, The. By Agatha Goodhart..317
Childhood, The Tragedy of. By H.L. Harvey.293
Child, The Physician and the Teacher, The. By J.J. Findlay..681
Choice of Schools for Girls, On the. By H.J. Turner.234
Christian Evidence, Place of Experience in. by E.M. Caillard..545
City Companions, On. By C.F. Yonge..39
Claims of the Literary Side in Education, The By Miss O'Conner.146
Clough, Recollections of Miss. By the Editor..51
College of Post, The. By A.E. Martin..247
Conference, P.N.E.U., Some Reflections on the..409
Conference, P.N.E.U414 -469

D-Volume 8, 1897
Doctrine of Moral Discernment, The..287
Docility and Authority By the Editor..185, 323

E-Volume 8, 1897
Early Childhood, Sensations and Impressions of. By E. Hughes-Gibb..217
Education, The Position of Play in a System of Rational. By J. Strachan, M.D.1, 105, 382
Education, On True. By W.J. Tyson, M.D..17
Education, Mental Overstrain in. By G.E. Shuttleworth.365
Enthusiasm. By Mrs. Boldero.613
Examples of Fractions, Nursery. By Mrs. Boole.76
Experience in Christian Evidence, Place of. By E.M. Caillard..545

F-Volume 8, 1897
Father's Influence, A. By A.M. Goodhart.170
Fractions, Nursery Examples of. By Mrs. Boole.76
French Language in Education, On the Place of the History of the.  By M. Sage.698
French Parent at Home, The. By J.H.E. Vines.668
Friedrich Wieck's Method of Teaching Music to Children. By Mrs. C.A. Webster, L.R.A.M..788

G-Volume 8, 1897
Galls and Birds, Winter Studies. By M.L. Armitt..10
Geography, A Lesson in. By S.F. Stead..34, 92

H-Volume 8, 1897
Hampstead Heath, At School on. By Mrs. Grindrod..341, 553
Health Conditions in School-Life. By J. Strachan, M.D..587, 662
Hints to Young Piano-Teachers..26
Hips and Haws. By Mrs. Dorman.723
History of the French Language in Education, On the Place of the.  By M. Sage.698
Home, The Atmosphere of. By M.F. Jerrold..772
Home Education, Isaac Taylor's. By K.L. Hart-Davis
Home Influence, The Sphere of, in School Life. By Rev. W.C. Comptom...226, 307
House of Education, The. By Mrs. Dallas Yorke, etc..504

I-Volume 8, 1897
Impressions of Early Childhood, Sensations and. By E. Hughes-Gibb..217

K-Volume 8, 1897
Know Thy Opportunity. By Rev. F.S. Colman, M.A..69

L-Volume 8, 1897
Lakeland, Warblers Two. By M.L. Armitt..242, 282
Lesson in Geography, A. By S.F. Stead..34, 92
Letter Bag, P.R. ..60, 129, 197, 266, 335, 404, 472, 542, 610, 677, 742, 805
Literary Side of Education, The Claims of the. By Miss O'Conner..146
Literature for the Young, On the Choice of. By R. McNeill..561, 624

M-Volume 8, 1897
Marge in April Time, On the. By M.L. Armitt..569
Mastery Inactivity. By the Editor..728, 792
Mental Arithmetic. By A. Pridham.112
Mental Overstrain in Education. By G.E. Shuttleworth.365
Mer-Mother's Song..604
Military Discipline in Education, Obedience: or the Place of . By T.G. Rooper, H.M.I...273, 524
Moral Discernment, The Doctrine of..287
Mother's Educational Course, The. By Mrs. Anson..463

N-Volume 8, 1897
Nativity, The. By G.K. Chesterton...749
Natural History Club, The. By Mrs. Perrin, etc.452
Nature Lore.534
Nest, Making By M.L. Armitt..657
Notes, P.N.E.U. .62, 132, 199, 267, 337, 406, 474, 543, 612, 679, 744, 811
November Nosegay, A .778
Nursery Examples of Fractions. By Mrs. Boole.76
Nurture and Admonition of the Lord. By Rev. G.E. Frewer.695

O-Volume 8, 1897
Obedience. III. By H. Beverage.83
Obedience: or the Place of Military Discipline in Education. By T.G. Rooper, H.M.I..273, 524
Object Lessons for the Nursery. By E.R. Lush..583
On City Companions. By C.F. Yonge..39
On the Choice of Schools for Girls By H.J. Turner.234
On the Choice of Literature for the Young. By R. McNeill..561, 624
On the Marge in April Time. By M.L. Armitt..569
On True Education. By W.J. Tyson, M.D.17
On the Value of, in Moral Education Authority. By C.D. Olive.205
Opportunity, Know Thy. By Rev. F.S. Colman, M.A..69
Our Work.59, 128, 194, 265, 332, 402, 469, 538, 605, 674, 736, 798

P-Volume 8, 1897
Parents' Review School. By Mrs. Franklin...512
Parent and Teacher: Home and School. By L.J. Chudleigh.574, 651
Physician and the Teacher, The Child, the By J.J. Findlay.681
Piano Teachers, Hints to Young..26
Plants, Water By S. Armitt..375
P.N.E.U. Conference, The.414-469, 477-524
P.N.E.U. and the Poorer Classes, The. By T.G. Rooper, Esq., M.A..487
P.N.E.U. Notes.62, 132, 199, 267, 337, 406, 474, 543, 612, 679, 744, 811
P.N.E.U. Teaching in the Branches: Mental and Physical, Moral and Religious By the Editor...388, 432, 442, 477
Position of Play in a System of Rational Education, The. By J. Strachan.1, 105, 382
Prophet, The Parent as By Rev. A.J.W. Crosse...751
P.R. Letter Bag..60, 129, 197, 266, 335, 404, 472, 542, 610, 677, 742, 805
Psychic Peculiarities of Childhood, The. By Hastings Gilford, M.D..703
Public School Failures By A. Devine..716

Q-Volume 8, 1897
Queen's Long Reign, The.396

R-Volume 8, 1897
Rational Education, The Position of Play in a System of. By J. Strachan.1, 105, 382
Rational Lesson, A. By S. De Brath.119, 176, 298
Reading, An Essay on the Teaching of By F.B. Lott.350
Reading and Recitation By T.G. Rooper.359, 593, 712, 783
Recollections of Miss Clough By the Editor..51
Reflections on the P.N.E.U. Conference, Some.409

S-Volume 8, 1897
Science in the Education of Children, The Place of. By George J. Burch, M.A. Oxon...761
School on Hampstead Heath, At By Mrs. Grindrod..341, 553
Sensations and Impressions of Early Childhood By E. Hughes-Gibb..217
Silchester By the Editor.599
Some Aspects of Physical Training Emphasized by the P.N.E.U. By the Editor.388
Sphere of Home Influence in School Life, The By Rev. W.C. Comptom226, 307
Stressed Life  By Miss Helen Webb, M.B.419

T-Volume 8, 1897
Teaching Music to Children, Friedrich Wieck's Method of. By Mrs. C.A. Webster, L.R.A.M..788
The Atmosphere of Home By M.F. Jerrold...772
The Nativity By G.K. Chesterton...749
The Parent as Prophet By Rev. A.J.W. Crosse...751
The Place of Science in the Education of Children By George J. Burch, M.A. Oxon...761
True Education, On By W.J. Tyson, M.D.17
Two Lakeland Warblers. By M.L. Armitt..242, 282

W-Volume 8, 1897
Warblers, Two Lakeland. By M.L. Armitt..242, 282
Water Plants By S. Armitt..375
Winter Buds By S. Armitt..162
Winter Studies: Galls and Birds By M.L. Armitt..10

Y-Volume 8, 1897
Young Piano Teachers, Hints to.. 26

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Volume 9, 1898 (alphabetical index)

A-Volume 9, 1898
Aims of Secondary Education. By Professor Kirkpatrick..69
A Mother's Influence. By A.M. Goodhart.178
Artistic Sense, The Cultivation of the. By F.S. Hallowes.357
Art in Education. By Cosmo Monkhouse.545
Aside, Standing. By A.M. Harris..784
Attention, The Psychology of. By M. Carta Sturge.341, 653, 774

B-Volume 9, 1898
Birds of Lakeland. By M.L. Armitt.111
Books..56, 124, 192, 263, 331, 403, 469, 536, 674, 738, 799
Boy Jesus, The. By Rev. H.S. Swithinbank.77
Boys, Naughty. By J. Marshall, M.D., L.L.D..282, 349
Browning and Italian Art. By Rev. C.V. Gorton..643, 700

C-Volume 9, 1898
Character, Habit and. By W. Boulting, L.R.C.P..613
Characteristic Forms of the Lake District Flora. By S. Armitt.780
Childhood, The Pleasures of. By H. Laing Gordon, M.D.160
Child of To-day, The. By G. Gwynne.11, 88
Children's Hymns. Communicated by Mrs. Parez.185
Civic and Moral Training in Schools. By Rev. Dr. Abbott.29, 94
Classical Education. By C.D. Olive, M.A.152, 247
Co-education in Schools.325
Co-education of the Sexes. By C. Garrod..482
Conversazione, Annual.477
Cornelia Mater Gracchorum. A Poem. By Rev. J. Hudson, M.A.797

D-Volume 9, 1898
Definite Religious Teaching. By Rev. F.S. Colman.694
Direction of the Will, The. By the Editor.495

E-Volume 9, 1898
Education, Aims in Secondary By Professor Kirkpatrick..69
Education of Children from Three to Seven Years of Age, The. By M. Louch..706
Education, On a Classical By C.D. Olive, M.A..152, 247
Education, On Physical By R. Timberg, G.D..38, 103
Education, Plato's Ideal of. By W. De Burgh.749
Education, Punishment in. By Rev. E.J. Cunningham.1
Education, The True Basis of a Rational By Rev. H.H. Moore, M.A.229, 315, 365
Elementary Science Teaching. By M.E. Boole.597, 637
Eyesight in Children. By G.B. Batten, M.D.253, 308
Experience as a Teacher. By Professor Young..144

G-Volume 9, 1898
Galls, On. By A.C. Rooper.529
Gall Structures, On. By A.C. Rooper718
Geology, Reasons for Studying. By Rev. H.H. Moore.583
Girl's Schools, Physical Training in..119

H-Volume 9, 1898
Habit and Character. By W. Boulting, L.R.C.P.613
Hands, On Labour of the. By N. Wynn Williams.21
History, The Teaching of. By H.A. Nesbitt, M.A.240, 302
Holman Hunt, Painter and Prophet. By Rev. C.V. Gordon, M.A.216
Hymns, Children's. Communicated by Mrs. Parez.185

I-Volume 9, 1898
Influence, A Mother's By A.M. Goodhart.178
Intelligent Music Teaching. By Mrs. Spencer Curwen...116
Is it Worth While.522
Italian Art, Browning and. By Rev. C.V. Gorton...643, 700

J-Volume 9, 1898
Jesus, The Boy. By Rev. H.S. Swithinbank.77

L-Volume 9, 1898
Labour of the Hands, On. By N. Wynn Williams.21
Lake District Flora, Characteristic Forms of the. By S. Armitt.780
Lakeland, Birds of. By M.L. Armitt.111
Language Teaching, The Principles involved in By Mdlle Duriax...426
Letter Bag, The P.R.61, 129, 198, 266, 334, 405,473, 539, 605, 676, 742, 808
Lizard Down, On the. By Mrs. Dorman.257

M-Volume 9, 1898
Manual Training. By Miss Macmillan.429
Mind-Building. By John Adams.273
Moral Training in Schools, Civic and. By Rev. Dr. Abbott.29. 94
Mother's Influence, A. By A.M. Goodhart.178
Music Teaching. By Mrs. Spencer Curwen...439
Music Teaching, Intelligent. By Mrs. Spencer Curwen116

N-Volume 9, 1898
Natural Science, Psychological Order of Teaching with Special Reference to. By D. Beale.137
Nature Work at the House of Education. By H. Geldart.487
Naughty Boys. By J. Marshall, M.D., L.L.D..282, 349
Notes, P.N.E.U..62, 132, 199, 268, 337, 405,474, 543, 610, 673, 745, 811

O-Volume 9, 1898
Object of Life, The. By M. J. Marshall.387
Object Lessons in The Nursery. II. Soap and Water. III. Some Formidable Plants. By E.R. Lush.396, 792
On a Classical Education By C.D. Olive, M.A.152
On Fathers By One of Them. By Rev. H.S. Swithinbank.759
On Gall Structures. By A.C. Rooper...718
On Galls. By A.C. Rooper.529
On Labour of the Hands. By N. Wynn Williams.21
On Literary Introductions, with Especial Reference to Wordsworth.  BY E.E. Speight.171
On Observation By H. Laing Gordon, M.D..681
On Physical Education. By R. Timberg, G.D...38, 103
On the Lizard Down. By Mrs. Dorman.257
On the Moral and Intellectual Management of Infancy and Childhood. By E. Garraway.726
On the Physical Benefits of Sympathy. By Foley Fortesque.556
Organisation and Work of the Union. By F. Blogg.509
Our Work..55, 124, 191, 262, 330, 400, 467, 536, 605, 674, 738, 799

P-Volume 9, 1898
Pestalozzi. By L.E. Roberts.276
Phonetics. By Rev. C.H. Parez.293
Physical Education, On. By R. Timberg, G.D...38, 103
Physical Training in Girl's Schools ..119
Physiological Basis of Educational Theory, The. By S. deBrath...570, 660
Plato's Ideal of Education. By W. deBurgh...749
Pleasures of Bird Hunting. By E. Wanklyn.722
Pleasures of Childhood, The. By H. Laing Gordon, M.D...160
P.N.E.U. Conference.409-467, 477-524
P.N.E.U. Psychology in Relation to Current Thought. By the Editor.409, 446
P.R. Letter Bag...61, 129, 198, 266, 334, 405, 473, 539, 605, 676, 742, 808
Principles involved in Language Teaching, The. By Mdlle Duriax...426
Psychology of Attention, The. By M. Carta Sturge.341, 653, 774
Psychological Order of Teaching with Special Reference to Natural Science. By D. Beale.137
Punishment in Education. By Rev. E.J. Cunningham.1

R-Volume 9, 1898
Rational Education, The True Basis of a By Rev. H.H. Moore, M.A.229, 315, 365
Reasons for Studying Geology. By Rev. H.H. Moore.583
Reckoning. By P.G. O'Connell.765
Religious Teaching, Definite. By Rev. F.S. Colman.694
Result of the Year's Work in the P.N.E.U., etc. By Mrs. Franklin.462

S-Volume 9, 1898
Sandpiper, The. By M.L. Armitt.592
Science Should be Taught to Young Children, Why and How By T.G. Rooper, M.A., H.M.I..205
Science Teaching, Elementary. By M.E. Boole.597, 637
Seguin. By T.G. Rooper, M.A., H.M.I..625
Secondary Education, Aims of. By Professor Kirkpatrick..69
Sermon. BY Canon Eyton.516
Simplicity By the Editor.46
Standing Aside. By A.M. Harris..784
Starting of a P.N.E.U. Branch, The. 513
Sunday Scenes in a Swedish Home. By Mrs. Woods Baker.533
Sympathy, On the Physical Benefits of. By Foley Fortescue...556

T-Volume 9, 1898
The Boy Jesus. By Rev. H.S. Swithinbank.77
The Child of To-day. By G. Gwynne.11, 88
The Cultivation of the Artistic Sense. By F.S. Hallowes.357
The Mirror of God's Own Gentleman. By Rev. H.S. Swithinbank.524
The Object of Life. By M.J. Marshall.387
The Physiological Basis of Educational Theory. By S. deBrath...570, 660
The Pleasures of Childhood. By H. Laing Gordon, M.D...160
The P.R. Letter Bag...61, 129, 198, 266, 334, 405, 473, 539, 605, 676, 742, 808
The Psychology of Attention. By M. Carta Sturge.341, 653, 774
The History Teaching of. By H.A. Nesbitt, M.A.240, 302
The Sandpiper. By M.L. Armitt.592
The Tree of Knowledge and the Tree of Life. By T.G. Rooper, M.A., H.M.I..502
The True Basis of a Rational Education. By Rev. H.H. Moore, M.A.229, 315, 365
Training in Schools, Civic and Moral. By Rev. Dr. Abbott.29, 94
Training of Our Daughters, The Utilitarian. By Mrs. F. Steinthal.432

W-Volume 9, 1898
Weimar: An Appreciation. By E.A. Punnett.563
Why and How Science Should be Taught to Young Children. By T.G. Rooper, M.A., H.M.I..205
Wordsworth, On Literary Introductions, with Especial Reference to. BY E.E. Speight.171
Work, Our ..55, 124, 191, 262, 330, 400, 467, 536, 605, 674, 738, 799

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Volume 10, 1899 (alphabetical index)

A-Volume 10, 1899
Aims of the P.N.E.U., The History and..411
Algebra through Geometry By P.G. O'Connell, M.A..721
An Idealist of To-day..228
An Object Lesson for Teachers. By Mrs. Dowson, L.R.C.P. & S., I147
Ancient Greece, Education in. By Victor H. Allemandy..794
A Trio of Rembrant's Pictures...183
A Walk Through A Fir-Wood in Midwinter By Miss C.A. Rooper.120
Ayrshire Nature-Lore and Handicrafts Classes. By M.A. Clapperton...173

B-Volume 10, 1899
Books...56, 128, 194, 261, 329, 404, 612, 680, 742, 811
Browning on the Incarnation: An Address to Those Who Teach. By Rev. C.V. Gorton...301, 374

C-Volume 10, 1899
Children's League, Ministering. By the Countess of Meath.791
Children's Teeth. By Newton Petit, L.D.S., R.C.S. London...82
Children in the Observation of Nature, The Training of. By Mrs. Fisher (Miss Arabella Buckley)...455
Citizens, The Training of. By Miss Montagu..521
Conversazione...477
Conference, P.N.E.U.409-475, 477-547
Correlation of Lessons, The. By V.H. Allemandy..50

E-Volume 10, 1899
Educational Disappointments...360
Education, History as a Branch of Children's. By G. Armitage Smith, Esq.105, 282
Education in Ancient Greece. By Victor H. Allemandy..794
Education, On Military Training as a Factor in. By A.W. Gundry, M.A.137, 219
Education, The Philosophy of. By A.T. Schofield, M.D...1
Education, The Physiology of. By J. Strachan, M.D37, 159
Education, The Stamp Traffic as a Factor in. By M.E. Boole...214
English History, Purpose and Method in the Teaching of. By the Rev. Canon Sing...753
Equilibrium, Mental. By M. Cruikshank, M.D...785
Euclid as an Amusement. By P.G. O'Connell...243
Euclid for Examinations. By P.G. O'Connell...44

F-Volume 10, 1899
Ferry of Dreams: A Poem, The. By Caryl Battersby...49
From Seven to Seventeen...564

G-Volume 10, 1899
Geology and Scenery, The Connection between. By Rev. H.H. Moore, M.A...233, 307, 578
God's Gifts. On the Training of the Soul. By Lady Laura Ridding.33
Greek and Latin?", "Why Learn. By R.L. Leighton, M.A. 104

H-Volume 10, 1899
Health Notes. Edited by H. Laing Gordon, M.D.53, 124, 190, 258, 324, 400, 608, 677, 739, 807
History as a Branch of Children's Education. By G. Armitage Smith, Esq.105, 282
History and Aims of the P.N.E.U., The ..411
History, The Interdependence of Literature and. By H.A. Nesbitt, M.A...9

I-Volume 10, 1899
Idealist of To-day, An...228
Interdependence of Literature and History, The. By H.A. Nesbitt, M.A...9

L-Volume 10, 1899
Letter Bag, The "P.R." 59, 132, 195, 265, 332, 405, 615, 746, 813
Literature and History, The Interdependence of. By H.A. Nesbitt, M.A...9

M-Volume 10, 1899
Mental Equilibrium. By M. Cruikshank, M.D...785
Military Training as a Factor in Education, On. By A.W. Gundry, M.A.137, 219
Ministering, Children's League. By the Countess of Meath.791

N-Volume 10, 1899
Natural Priesthood By Mrs. M.E. Boole...705
Nature-Lore and Handicrafts Classes, Ayrshire. By M.A. Clapperton...173
Nervous Children and Their Training. By G.H. Savage, M.D., F.R.C.P273, 341
Notes, Health. Edited by H. Laing Gordon, M.D.53, 124, 190, 258, 324, 400, 608, 677, 739, 807
Notes, P.N.E.U..59, 133, 199, 267, 336, 407,547, 615, 683, 749, 815

O-Volume 10, 1899
Object Lesson for Teachers, An. By Mrs. Dowson, L.R.C.P. & S., I...147
Observation of Nature, The Training of Children in the. By Mrs. Fisher (Miss Arabella Buckley)...455
On Military Training as a Factor in Education. By A.W. Gundry, M.A.137, 219
On Spencer's "Education" By T.G. Rooper, Esq., M.A..617
On the Religious Training of the Young. By Rev. W.C. Compton, M.A...685
On the Teaching of Holy Scripture. By Rev. J.G. Simpson. 176
On the Training of the Soul. God's Gifts. By Lady Laura Ridding.33
Our Work...56, 127, 193, 261, 327, 403, 475, 547, 611, 680, 742, 810

P-Volume 10, 1899
Parental Peculiarities and Parental Possibilities. By H. Laing Gordon, Esq., M.D.463
Parent in the Educational System, The. By The Rev. H. Russell-Wakefield...502
Parents, The Patience of. By P.G. O'Connell...781
Personality. By Mrs. Dowson, L.R.C.P. & S., I...514
Philosophy of Education, The. By A.T. Schofield, M.D...1
Physiology of Education, The. By J. Strachan, M.D...37, 159
P.N.E.U. Conference .409-475, 477-547
P.N.E.U. Notes..59, 133, 199, 267, 336, 407,547, 615, 683, 749, 815
P.N.E.U. Principles, as Illustrated By Teaching. By Miss R.A. Pennethorne. 549
Preparation of the Unconscious Mind for Science, The. By Mrs. Boole...435
Preservation of Health and the Healing of Disease, The Methods of Nature in Relation the. By J. Wallace Anderson, M.D.760
"P.R." Letter Bag, The. 59, 132, 195, 265, 332, 405, 615, 746, 813
Purpose and Method in the Teaching of English History. By the Rev. Canon Sing...753
Punishment. By P.G. O'Connell..296

R-Volume 10, 1899
Radical Questions, Some. By Mrs. Dowson, L.R.C.P. & S.,I...69
Recollections of a Veteran Teacher. By F. Arnold Forster...698
Reform Schools in Germany. By C.C.T. Parez...23, 110
Religious Training of Our Children: Some of the Difficulties it Presents. By Mrs. P.H. Bagenal...351
Religious Training of the Young, On the. By Rev. W.C. Compton, M.A...685
Rembrant's Pictures, A Trio of 183
Reproduction of Seed Plants, Seedless. By S. Armitt...98

S-Volume 10, 1899
Savonarola. By H. Spearman...585, 645
Schools in Germany, Reform. By C.C.T. Parez...23, 110
Science and Religion. By Mrs. Dowson, L.R.C.P., & S., I...572, 627
Seasons, The. Edited by Miss Armitt...247, 314, 388, 598, 667, 729, 797
Seedless Reproduction of Seed Plants. By S. Armitt...98
Self-Control. By H. Laing Gordon, M.D...633
Snowdrop, The. By E.H. Ussher...187
Some Impressions of the P.N.E.U. Conference. By C.C. Cotterill, Esq .544
Some Radical Questions. By Mrs. Dowson, L.R.C.P. & S.,I...69
Song and Species. By Mary L. Armitt.167
Spencer's "Education," On By T.G. Rooper, Esq., M.A..617
Spirit of Reverence, The Inculcation of the. By Miss Carta Sturge.493
Stamp Traffic as a Factor in Education, The. By M.E. Boole...214

T-Volume 10, 1899
Teaching of English History, Purpose and Method in the. By the Rev. Canon Sing...753
Teeth, Children's. By Newton Petit, L.D.S., R.C.S. London...82
The Connection Between Geology and Scenery. By Rev. H.H. Moore, M.A.233, 307, 578
The Correlation of Lessons. By V.H. Allemandy..50
The Educational Use of Dynamics. By P.G. O'Connell...658
The Ferry of Dreams: A Poem. By Caryl Battersby...49
The History and Aims of the P.N.E.U. ..411
The Inculcation of the Spirit of Reverence. By Miss Carta Sturge.493
The Interdependence of Literature and History. By H.A. Nesbitt, M.A...9
The Preservation of Health and the Healing of Disease, The Methods of Nature in Relation. By J. Wallace Anderson, M.D.760
The Patience of Parents. By P.G. O'Connell...781
The Philosophy of Education. By A.T. Schofield, M.D...1
The Physiology of Education. By J. Strachan, M.D...37, 159
The Practical Attitude of the Leisured and Educated Classes Towards the Nursery. By Mrs. E. Sieveking652, 716
The Preparation of the Unconscious Mind for Science. By Mrs. Boole...435
The "P.R." Letter Bag. 59, 132, 195, 265, 332, 405, 615, 746, 813
The Religious Training of Our Children: Some of the Difficulties it Presents. By Mrs. P.H. Bagenal...351
The Seasons. Edited by Miss Armitt...247, 314, 388, 598, 667, 729, 797
The Snowdrop. By E.H. Ussher...187
The Stamp Traffic as a Factor in Education. By M.E. Boole...214
The Teaching of Holy Scripture, On. By Rev. J.G. Simpson.  176
The Training of Children in the Observation of Nature. By Mrs. Fisher (Miss Arabella Buckley)...455
The Training of Citizens. By Miss Montagu..521
The Training of Women with regard to Specialization in Men. By Douglas M. Gane...772
Training as a Factor in Education, On Military. By A.W. Gundry, M.A.137, 219
Training, Nervous Children and Their. By G.H. Savage, M.D., F.R.C.P...273, 341
Training of the Young, On the Religious. By Rev. W.C. Compton, M.A...685
Truths that Men Forget: I., The End is the Beginning. By Mrs. Dowson, L.R.C.P. & S., I...291
Truths that Men Forget: II., Freedom Lies in Obedience. By Mrs. Dowson, L.R.C.P. & S., I...291

W-Volume 10, 1899
Walk Through A Fir-Wood in Midwinter, A. By Miss C.A. Rooper.120
When I Was A Tiny Child. By Mrs. F. Reynolds. 153
"Why Learn Greek and Latin?". By R.L. Leighton, M.A. 104
Women with regard to Specialization in Men, The Training of. By Douglas M. Gane...772
Our Work...56, 127, 193, 261, 327, 403, 475, 547, 611, 680, 742, 810

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Volume 11, 1900 (alphabetical index)

A-Volume 11, 1900
Abnormal Conditions of Mind in Young People By Dr Helen Boyle.682
A Century of Education By C.L. Maynard...78
A Christmas Idyll By Michael Fairless.798
Aesthetic Culture of the Child Mind, The Early. By I. Langridge.673
A Minor Gallery By S. Armitt...354
An Address to Parents on the Education of Their Children. By the Right Rev. the Lord Bishop of S. Andrews.729
Art and Enjoyment By K. Sidford.701
A Theory of Education By Rev H Belcher, L.L.D...755
Authority By Mrs. Dowson, L.R.C.P. and S.,I.423

B-Volume 11, 1900
Bible Teaching, The Positive Elements of Non-sectarian. By the Very Rev. and Hon. W.H. Freemantle, D.D.561
Books.59, 128, 194, 265, 331, 402, 788, 852
Books, Children's By Christabel Coleridge...284
Browning's Poetic Method, A Study of. By W. Blake Odgers, M.A., L.L.D., Q.C.661

C-Volume 11, 1900
Cervantes Saavedra, Miguel de. By T.G. Rooper, Esq., H.M.I..820
Children's Books By Christabel Coleridge284
"Childe Roland to the Dark Tower Came": A Study of Browning's Poetic Method.  By W. Blake Odgers, M.A., L.L.D., Q.C.661
Child-study, Difficulties and Dangers of. By Miss Woods...803
Christmas Books, Cuttings from some.856
Christmas Idyll, A By Michael Fairless.798
Citizenship, Instruction in History and By Professor S.S. Laurie.1, 69
Committee of Home Education in Moscow By Madame Reppman.496
Conference P.N.E.U..409-506, 507-592
Conversazione.480-506
Cookery for Children By F T Firth.479
Cuttings from some Christmas Books .856

D-Volume 11, 1900
Difficulties and Dangers of Child-study. By Miss Woods...803
Discipline and Organization of the Mind, The. By Mrs. Dowson...83, 137

E-Volume 11, 1900
Education, A Century of By C.L. Maynard...78
Education, A Theory of By Rev. H. Belcher, L.L.D.755
Educational Methods of the Last 100 years, Some Thoughts on the. By Mrs. H. Barnes...28
Education, Individualism in. By T.G. Rooper, H.M.I..228
Education of a Royal Princess," "The34, 109, 175, 247, 384
Education of Their Children, Address to Parents on the. By the Right Rev. the Lord Bishop of S. Andrews.729
Education, Ruskin on. By Mrs. Firth.520
Education, Some Present Day Problems in. By Professor Earl Barnes.486
Education, The Object of a Girl's. By Mrs. A. Butler...593
Environment: At Home and School. By H Laing Gordon, M.D.289

F-Volume 11, 1900
Forgetfulness, Memory and. By C.D. Olive, M.A...149, 239

G-Volume 11, 1900
Gallery, A Minor. By S. Armitt...354
Gardening, The Educational Aspect of. By Miss E. Ford...534
Geography, The Teaching of Elementary By A.W. Gundry M.A...168
Girl's Education, The Object of a. By Mrs. A. Butler...593
Girls, Our By H.P. Theedam...690

H-Volume 11, 1900
Health in the Nursery. By F. Godfrey, M.B.19, 93
Health Notes. By H. Laing Gordon, M.D.54, 124, 190, 260, 328, 399, 649, 718, 785, 849
History and Citizenship, Instruction in. By Professor S.S. Laurie.1, 69
History, The Concurrent Teaching of English and French. By A. Devine...622
How to Show Children Our National Gallery. By A.R. Evans...216
Hygeine of the Nursery. By R.W. Wilson, M.D.364

I-Volume 11, 1900
Individualism in Education By T.G. Rooper, H.M.I..228
Influence in Society as Friend and Acquaintance The Consecration of. By Mrs. R. Jardine.357
Impressions of the Conference...590
Influence of Parents, The. By the Right Hon. James Bryce...507
In Praise of Good Women: Potpourri from the Tributes of Men. By D. M. Gane.763
Instruction in History and Citizenship. By Professor S.S. Laurie.1, 69

L-Volume 11, 1900
Letter Bag, The "P.R.".62, 131, 196, 268, 335, 406, 656, 723, 791, 860
Life of Thring, The. By V.H. Allemandy...160
Literature, The Teaching of. By D. Stephenson, M.A.102

M-Volume 11, 1900
Memory and Forgetfulness by C.D. Olive, M.A...149, 239
Miguel de Cervantes Saavedra. By T.G. Rooper, Esq., H.M.I..820
Mind in Young People, Abnormal Conditions of By Dr Helen Boyle.682
Mind of a Child and the Teaching of Religion, The. by Rev J Kelman MA
Mind, The Discipline and Organization of the. By Mrs. Dowson83, 137

N-Volume 11, 1900
How to Show Children Our National Gallery. By A.R. Evans...216
Natureform Shoes By Mrs Scott...9
Nature Study By Mrs Brightwen.578
Notes, Health. By H. Laing Gordon, M.D.54, 124, 190, 260, 328, 399, 649, 718, 785, 849
Notes, P.N.E.U..63, 134, 199, 269, 337, 407, 726, 793, 861
Nurses, Talks to. By Miss Helen Webb, M.B.437
Nursery, Health in the. By F. Godfrey, M.B.19, 93
Nursery, Hygeine of the. By R.W. Wilson, M.D.364

O-Volume 11, 1900
Our Girls By H.P. Theedam.690
Our New Day: How and Why we kept it. By G. Gwyn, Ontario, Canada...47
Our Work .57, 127, 193, 263, 331, 402, 506, 592, 652, 721, 788, 852

P-Volume 11, 1900
P.N.E.U. Conference..409-506, 507-592
P.N.E.U. Notes.63, 134, 199, 269, 337, 407, 726, 793, 861
"P.R." Letter Bag, The .62, 131, 196, 268, 335, 406, 656, 723, 791, 860
Problems in Education, Some Present Day. By Professor Earl Barnes.486

Q-Volume 11, 1900
Quick, The Life of,. By V.H. Allemandy...42

R-Volume 11, 1900
Religion, Science and. By Mrs. Dowson, L.R.C.P. and S.,I.13
Religious Beliefs of a Scientist: or the purpose of Creation and Evolution. By G.B. Batten, M.D.743
Ruskin on Education. By Mrs. Firth.520

S-Volume 11, 1900
School Books and How they Make for Education. By the Editor.448
Science and Religion Part III. By Mrs. Dowson, L.R.C.P. and S.,I.13
Seasons, The. Edited By Miss Armitt.48, 117, 182, 252, 320, 390, 641, 709, 776, 840
Sermon. By Rev. F.S. Colman...585
Sex in Education, The Treatment of. By J.H. Badley...737, 833
Shoes Natureform. By Mrs. Scott.9
Simplicity, The Virtues of. By Mrs. Clement Parsons...543
Sisters. By Mrs. R. Devonshire...814
Snow, The Feast of the. By Gilbert Chesterton...797
Socrates By M.V. Maxwell, L.L.B.205, 310
Some Present Day Problems in Education. By Professor Earl Barnes.486
Some Thoughts on the Educational Methods of the Last Hundred Years By Mrs. H. Barnes...28

T-Volume 11, 1900
Talks to Nurses. By Miss Helen Webb, M.B.437
The Concurrent Teaching of English and French History By A. Devine...622
The Consecration of Influence in Society, as Friend and Acquaintance By Mrs. R. Jardine.357
The Discipline and Organization of the Mind By Mrs. Dowson...83, 137
The Early Aesthetic Culture of the Child Mind By I. Langridge.673
The Educational Aspect of Gardening By Miss E. Ford...534
"The Education of a Royal Princess"...34, 109, 175, 247, 384
The Feast of the Snow. By Gilbert Chesterton...797
The Influence of Parents By the Right Hon. James Bryce...507
The Life of Thring By V H Allemandy...160
The Life of Quick By V H Allemandy...42
The Mind of a Child and the Teaching of Religion By Rev J Kelman MA
The Object of a Girl's Education By Mrs. A. Butler...593
The Old Grace and the New Intellect By Mrs. F. Steinthal.410
The Open Road By F. Blogg.772
The Positive Elements of Non-sectarian Bible Teaching By the Very Rev. and Hon. W.H. Freemantle, D.D.561
The Seasons Edited By Miss Armitt.48, 117, 182, 252, 320, 390, 641, 709, 776, 840
The Story of Tinkle-Tinkle.638
The Teaching of Elementary Geography By A.W. Gundry M.A...168
The Teaching of Literature. By D. Stephenson, M.A...102
The Training of Nurses: A Suggestion. By H. Laing Gordon, M.D.465
The Treatment of Sex in Education. By J.H. Bradley...737, 833
The Virtue of Truth. By Rev. Professor Radford Thomson, M.A...378, 616
The Virtues of Simplicity. By Mrs. Clement Parsons...543


V-Volume 11, 1900
Victor Hugo by K R Hammond...601

W-Volume 11, 1900
Work, Our....57, 127, 193, 263, 331, 402, 506, 592, 652, 721, 788, 852