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HENRY BARNARD, LL.D.,
U. S. COMMISSIONER OF EDUCATION.
• ENTIRE SERIES.—VOLUME XVII.
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NEW YORK: J. H. BCHERMERHORN ft CO., 430 BROOME ST.
The underEjzned baa assumed the heavy responsibility of continuing the publication of tbe America* Jourxal or Edccatios on the same oomprehensiTO plan on which it was projected in 1855, Tit, "to embody the matured views and varied experience of wi«e statesmen, educators and teachers in perfecting Ihe organization, administration, instruction and discipline of schools of every grade, under widely varying circumstances of government, society and religion;" and particularly to give in tbe National Series "an account of public schools and other institutions of learning, and educational movements generally, ia the United States."
The first number of the National Series of tbe Americas Jocrxal or Edc
Catiox will be issued in September, 1867, and will be continued quarterly
thereafter on the following
Tiumj: For a single copy, one year, (Xos. 1, 2, 3, 4, X. S.,) . . $4.00 Yot a single number, 1.25
To each subscriber of tbe American Journal or Education will be sent the AfosnrLT Circular of the Department of Education, which will contain not only such Circulars and information relating thereto as the Commissioner may have occasion to issue, but "notices in advance of the anniversary or special meetings of educational associations when authoritatively advised of the same; abstracts of the proceedings of educational meetings when officially communicated; discussion and action of constitutional conventions, legislatures, municipal bodies, boards of education, school committees, relating to schools and education; statistics, benefactions, and reliable items of educational movements in different States and countries."
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X3f All communications relating to the Journal should be addressed to American Journal or Education, Hartford, Com.