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EDUCATION.

Nonconformist Grammar School, Bishop's Stortford, Herts.

Head MASTER-REV. RICH. ALLIOTT, M.A., of Trinity College, Cambridge. THE object of this School is to afford the Sons of Nonconformists

the very best Classical and General Education on the lowest possible terms. For Prospectuses and particulars apply to the Rev. Head Master. Ministers' Sons admitted at reduced terms.

STAMFORD TERRACE ACADEMY, Ashton-under-Lyne.

Established 1829, by the late Mr. Sunderland. Prospectuses, etc., will be forwarded on application to DANIEL F. HOWORTH, Principal.

Northern Congregational School, Silcoates, Wakefield. HEAD MASTER: Rev. W. FIELD, M.A. (Lond. U.), in both

branches I. and III. ; and Williams Divinity Scholar. Seven other Masters, of whom two are Graduates. Pupils prepared for business life, or for Matriculation at any University. ONE HUNDRED AND SIXTEEN boys passed the Cambridge Local Examination from 1876 to 1882 inclusive, fifty-four being in honours, with thirty-six distinctions in special subjects. On each of the last two occasions exactly one-third of the entire school succeeded in satisfying the Examiners. So large a proportion, almost unprecedented anywhere, shows clearly that the mass of the boys and not merely one or two clever ones receive due attention. Chemical Laboratory, and detached Hospital. For Prospectuses apply to the Head Master, or to the Honorary Secretary, Rev. J. R. Wolstenholme, M.A., Wakefield.

LADY

East of England Nonconformist Girls' School.

Bishop's STORTFORD. PRINCIPAL : MISS LEWIN. The only High-class Proprietary School for Girls established by Nonconformists. Pupils successfully prepared for University Examinations. Professors attend for Mathematics, Science, Music, Drawing, Calisthenics. Resident Foreign Governess. Special attention paid to the health and comfort of the pupils. For prospectus and honour líst apply to the Lady Principal.

Independent College, Taunton. REV. F. WILKINS AVELING, M.A., B.Sc., Principal ;

assisted by several qualified masters. Pupils prepared for Cambridge Local Examinations, for entrance to any university, for their degree at London, and for Commercial life. Eight Scholarships. Splendid gymnasium, swimming bath, etc. Separate Junior School under care of Mrs. Milne. Private studies for the elder students. Board and education from 27 to 39 guineas a year. For particulars, apply to Principal, or Secretary, Mr. ALBERT Goodman, Taanton. The next term will commence January 18th.

Watford-Fairfield House. MISS SELL,

having succeeded to the School so long carried or by MRS. J. WATSON WALKER, continues to receive Young Ladies as Residen Pupils. A Christian Home. Modern Education. Masters, and a French Governess. Pupil prepared for the Public Examinations when required. Terms moderate. References to Parents of Pupils.

Theobalds School, Waltham Cross, London, N. THE REV. J. OSWALD JACKSON, Principal CONGREGATIONAL SCHOOL, LEWISHAM, FOF

THE EDUCATION OF THE SONS OF MINISTERS.—Rev. T. RUDD, B.A. Principal.—This School boards and educates 90 boys. It has accommodation for 100, whicl number it only awaits adequate funds to receive. Applications most numerous. Two Scholar ships. Funds urgently needed and earnestly solicited. Treasurer, Samuel Morley, Esq., M.F President, Rev. J. Viney, Highgate. Secretary, Rev. S. Fisher, Memorial Hall, Farringdo Street, E.C. Westwood Park House, Forest Hill, S.E.

Established 1866. THE REV H. J. CHANCELLOR receives a limited numbe

of Pupils to board and educate. Pupils are prepared for the College of Preceptors' an the Cambridge Local Examinations.' The Principal is assisted by eight Masters in variou branches of Study.

Special attention is given to the religious and moral training of the Pupils, as well as to the domestic comfort. Particulars on application.

Boarding and Day School for Girls. MOSSLEIGH, PARK ROAD, BURGESS HILL (NEAR BRIGHTON).

PRINCIPALS ; THE MISSES PARKHURST.

PUPILS prepared for the College of Preceptors and Cambridg

Local Examinations. References to the Rev. PIERCE JONES, Burgess Hill; also to Paren of Pupils.

Holt House School, Cheshunt, London, N.

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HEAD MASTER: MR. W. A. TODHUNTER, M.A., and Intermediate B.Sc.

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Ladies' College

FOREST HILL,
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Principals:
MRS. J. W. TODD

REV. J. W. TODD, D.D. This residence is adapted throughout to meet the requirements of a First-class Establishment and the entire arrangements are confidently commended to the notice of parents who may be in quest of Home Comfort, Mental Culture, and Christian Training for their Daughters. Besides the aid of efficient Resident Governesses (French and German), the following Professors attend:-Music: Pianoforte, Theory, and Thorough-Bass : John Blockley, Esq., and Herr Louis, Diehl. Part-singing and Vocal Music: Signor Garcia. Drawing-Freehand, Perspective, and Model : L. Miles, Esq. Painting-In Water Colours, Tempera, Oil, &c. : Miss Edgely, G.S.D. German: Dr. Roggartz. French : M. Charpentier, M.A. Latin and English : G. E. West, Esq., B.A. Biblical Literature: Rev. J. W. Todd, D.D., F.G.S. Lecturer on History, Ancient and Modern: Dr. Kemshead, Dulwich College. Physical Geography: Prof. Seeley, F.R.S., King's College. Arithmetic and Algebra : G. E. West, Esq., B.A. English Literature : Prof. Morley, LL.D., University College.

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Great Reduction in Price of the Busts of the

Rev. C. H. SPURGEON,

(COPYRIGHT.)

Reduced from the one in the Pastor's College Lecture Hall, sculptured by John Adams Acton, Esq., 1878. Pastor G. Dunnett having obtained the sole copyright of the above, and Published them in Parian Marble. It is 14 inches high, making an elegant figure for Vestries, Libraries, Halls, or Rooms.

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THIRTY THOUSAND THOUGHTS

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