Sunday School Teachers' Magazine, and Journal of Education

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Published for the Proprietors, 1813

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This is a collection of volumes from 1814 to 1863

Contents

Extract from the Bath Gazette
30
On the Advantages of Sunday School Unions with Rules for con
31
Quarterly Report of the West Kent Sunday School Union
38
Keview of Lancasters Address to the Friends and Superintendents
45
Obituary of Mr Charles Norman late Superintendent of the Westminster Sunday School the
47
Letter from the late Robert Raikes giving an Account of the Sun
51
Hints on the Establishment and Regulation of Sunday Schools
53
Extract of a Letter from Ireland
57
THE Sunday School Teachers prayer for his Pupils
61
n Account of the Rise and Progress of the Sunday School Union
65
Edward Last teacher of the boys 3d class came at 10 oclock
69
Minutes taken at the Quarterly Meeting of the Sunday School
70
An Account of the Stockport Sunday School
89
Annual Report of the Sunday School Union for 1814
98
The Duty of Ministers to Catechise their Young People and Sun
99
Letter to the Editor from Manchester
118
On the Origin of Sunday Schools
121
Essex
135
rule
139
Annual Meeting of the Sunday School Union
142
On the nature of Prayer in Sunday Schools
155
On Scriptural Questions
161
Minutes taken at the Quarterly Meetings of the Sunday School
171
Adult Schools in America
189
A Poem on the Adult Schools
191
Plan of Monitors adapted to Sunday Schools
193
Schools
207
Sunday School Anecdotes
297
Hymn for the Olney Sunday School by the Poet Cowper 243
301
offence
394
Proceedings of the Annual Meeting of the Teachers and Friends
395
Minutes taken at the Quarterly Meetings of the Sunday School Univn
407
AFTERNOON
James Timewell substitute for William Punctual
13
The swearing Father reformed by his Child a Sunday Scholar 75
75
A Sanday School Anecdote 82
82
Sketch of a Plan by which a Sunday School may support itscif
256
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128
Minutes taken at the Quarterly Meetings of the Sunday School Union 129
129
131
131
Ditto Bath Ditto
136
An account of the Stockport Sunday School continued
125
Proceedings of the annual Meeting of the Sunday School Union 159 178
159
Annual Sermon to the Meinbers of the Sunday School Union brief
179
The Teachers Prayer 186
186
A Short Account of the Life and Death of Ellen Tildsley
189
Brought forward 193
193
Parallel between the characters of Julius Csar and Robert Raikės 196
196
On Prayer Meetings among Sunday School Children
202
The situation of the uneducated Labourer
209
The way to happiness a Hymn for Sunday School Teachers 241
241
Letter to the Editor 257
257
Sunday School Intelligence
276
On the peculiar temptations of Sunday School Teachers 277
277
Catholic School for the instruction of poor Irish Children 2 2
293
Woolwich Sunday School Union 300
300
Hymn for the Newcourt Sunday School Children 304
304
Address delivered at the Quarterly Meeting of the Bristol Sunday 305 School Union
312
Anecdote of a Sunday Sebool Boy 319
319
336
336
The Teachers Obligations to Jesus
357
The Judgment Day 417
368
Letter to the Editor
412
Letter from the Secretary of the West Kent Sunday School Union 418
418
Seventeenth Report of the Edinburgh Gratis Sabbath School Society 425
425
Account of the Aberdeen Saibath Evening Schools
436
On Sabbath Evening Schools
446
458
458
er 453
480
Hymu for Sunday School Teachers 424
505
Absent 32
698

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