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INDEX TO VOL. IV.
Collectors of school districts, 14%; not giving bond, office
ceeding, 145; what property liable, &c. 145.
Colored children-schools for, 142.
Committees appointed by convention of County Saper.
Commissioners or town Superintendents-official order
as to apportioning public money on defective reports,
Common Schools, of Syracuse, 9 of Rochester, 16.
Common School ieachers-labor's of, 73.
Contracts with teachers, 138.
Corporal punishment-Col. Young's views on, 1; re-
port on, by Col Stone, 49; discussion in relation to
County Superintendents-report of, from Allegany, ?;
two may be appointed by supervisors, when, may
be removed, how; how paid; appeals to be made to;
certificates granted by; annulled by, 18; system,
why established, not expensive, admirable results of
their duty, 153, 155, 156; Col. Young's remarks on: 166;
List of, 173.
go, Wayne, Warren, Albany, Washington, Allegany,
109; Dutchess, 110.
County Treasurers, 126.
Davies, Charles, Prof.-invited to address Convention;
thanks for request of, for publication, 56.
Delaware County-report of, 97.
uable report of, on schools, 2; editorial notice of, s. schools, 15.
Tompkins county, remarks on flogging, 52.
Discipline - bad and good we'l contrasted; effect of
flogging; of constant threatening, 5; should not be
of force, 86.
Districts-inability to support schools, 5; small dis.
Caynga County, Superintendent's report of, 21; Che- loss arising from, 21; gradation of, urged, 67; dis.
Division of teachers' money into portions, 133.
Duties of Town Superintendents, 129, 130.
intendents, 18; department directions in relation to, ment, 51; remarks of, 50, 51; resolution on christian
Education-triumphs of, 68.
dent, admission of, intó schools, Col. Young's deci: England-condition of children of, 73.
Female teachers-employment of, increasing, 29 ; less
discussion of, 59.
Franklin County-report on schools of, 98.
Mode of providing fuel, 137; of paying teachers, 138;
trict clerk, 147.
Moral training-recommended in New Jersey, 13; how
126; of notice to trastees not giving their consent to on, in convention, 52; discussed, 62, 58; adopted, 64;
Music, vocal-its moral effects, 16; resolutions in re.
lation to, 60; report on; discussion of, 60.
Neatness essential--teachers' neglect of, 9; of school
Needle manufactory, 71.
New Jersey-extracts from report of trustees of its
23; teachers' institute in Tompkins County, account
of, 46, 47; resolutions on, Col. Young's remarks on,
61; training college for teachers, in England, 70; recom-
mended, 97; opened in Fulton, Tompkins, Cayoga,
Orleans and Washington, 110; remarks on 'in annual
perintendents; how to leach children to tease, 80. Official decisions-admission of non-resident children
Superintendents, 24; apportioning subjects among
giving bond, office vacated, 66; instructions of, to the
various school officers, from 195 10 159; to Town Su-
perintendents, enforcing strict observance of law, 160.
Order-unwisely enforced, 5; how should be, 9; how
school should be classified, 26; how should be urgan-
ized, 26; of school room, 103,
Orthography-resolutions on uniform standard of, 56;
committee appointed on, 56.
Parental interest-importance of, 13.
Patchin, Ira-brings in resolutions on physical educa-
tions on, discussed, 54; amended and adopted, 65;
Prof. Porter's remarks on, 65; neglected, 98; tempe
rance, Sewall's Pathology noticed, 176.
Potter, Alonzo, D. D.--remarks in convention on physi-
cal education, 54, 55.
Powers and duties of inhabitants when assembled in
Private schools-resolutions on, 58; evils of, 101; num.
ber in State, 162.
Proceedings in the formation or alteration of schoci dis-
triets, 127; in the formation of a joint district, 128; in
case of non-resident lands, 135.
Public opinion, 75.
Purchase, &c., of school house, 137.
many improper books in, 22; where to be kept; discus.
Randall, O. W-letter from, on nentness and order, 9.
Reconsideration of proceedings, 147.
Remarks on seminaries for teachers, 178.
Repeating after teacher-importance of, 11.
contain, 140; what must state in relation to library,
Rewards, punishments, &c. 181.
Rice, E. A.-report of, 21.
Rochester, H. E., County Superintendent of Monroe, 49;