A Digest of the Common School System of the State of New York: Together with the Forms, Instructions, and Decisions of the Superintendent, an Abstract of the Various Local Provisions Applicable to the Several Cities &c., and a Sketch of the Origin, Progre
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The importance of an uniform and enlightened administration of a system embracing so great a variety of interests and forming so material an ingredient in the intellectual, moral, and social civiliza tion of the community, has not been one of the least among the considerations which have led to the publication of this work: and if through its means any facilities shall have been aﬂ'orded for the accomplishment of this desirable result, the time andpains spent in its preparation will not have been regretted. That it is the from imperfections and errors it would be presumptuous to assert; but in commending it to those for who o use' it is specially designed, and to the friends of popular educa tion generally, the compiler can accompany it with the assurance that no efi'orts on his part have been spared to render it worthy of their attention and regard.
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