6 edition of A Latin grammar for schools and colleges found in the catalog.
|Statement||by Albert Harkness.|
|LC Classifications||PA2087 .H37 1892a|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 430 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||430|
|LC Control Number||40021223|
The schools were generally established with distinct reference to preparation for the more advanced studies of the college. If the pagan renaissance was more beautiful, the Christian renaissance was more moral. Cotton Mather wrote of him : "A Grammar-School he would always have, upon the Place, whatever it cost him ; and he importun'd all other Places to have the like. Then the burgomasters and schepens sent back a petition, in which, after some reference to " the great augmentation of the youth in the Province," it is represented that "the burghers and inhabitants are. This free school had not materialized as expected, and it was certainly its failure that was uppermost in Berkeley's mind when he said, inthat there were no free schools in Virginia.
This foundation consisted of six hundred acres of land, ten cows, and one breeding mare. They were men of a renaissance which had not yet spent its force. But the greatness of such a scheme did not fit the straitened circumstances of the little colony, and it was reluctantly given up. When a class begins to write exercises, the Tutor shall call them up, every evening before school is dismissed, and make them parse the English which they are about to translate. It is not known whether Mr.
But I think this fancy will bear examination. Harkness, Albert. The facts presented in this chapter will give some indication of the various ways in which beginnings were made in the establishment of grammar schools in several of the colonies during the seventeenth century. It was established in under an agreement entered into by numerous citizens. It is not clear that tuition fees were charged in the earlier days ; but in a recommendation was passed that such patrons of the school as were able to pay something should make contributions for the encouragement of the master.
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A special fund was provided for that purpose. Norris seems to have taught for more than thirty years in Salem. This plan was finally carried out, and the new settlement was established at Hadley. Thomas Bell, who had been a freeman of the town, but had returned to London after some years in the colony, died inleaving to a board of trustees nearly two hundred acres in Roxbury "to and for the maintenance of a schoolemaster and free schoole for the teaching and instructing of poore mens children at Roxbury.
The burgomasters reprimanded him for taking one beaver per quarter from the boys, instead of the six guilders they had authorized.
But I think this fancy will bear examination. God keep us from both I " Of the many commentaries on this report which have appeared, perhaps the most sane and suggestive is that offered by the editor of the William and Mary College Quarterly.
Crouch was closely associated with the Jesuits, and after his return to Europe was admitted to their order. He soon brought the attendance in the school up to twenty, two of that number coming from Virginia and two from Fort Orange Albany.
Renaissance humanists criticized Medieval Latin calling it "barbaric jargon". Curtius appeared before the burgomasters July 4, He was, however, soon brought before a magistrate on the charge of teaching with-out a certificate from the Bishop of London, after which he returned to England.
The property was improved by building a mill alongside of the brook ; and that mill ground out a grist of trouble for the committee and the town.
The new rector, for so he was called, got into a lawsuit, which turned on the question whether he was to pay five beavers or only two beavers and two blankets for a hog that he had bought.
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Latin uses relative clauses where you might sometimes find a participle or a simple appositive in English. He had few students, some of them Indians, and he was "very poor. Sometimes it makes no difference; other times, it changes the meaning.The Latin alphabet was borrowed in very early times from a Greek alphabet (though In this book i is used for both vowel and consonant i, u for vowel u, and v for consonant u: iūs, Allen and Greenough's New Latin Grammar for Schools and Colleges (this document) hide.
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Title A grammar of the Latin language for the use of schools and colleges, Contributor Names Andrews, E.
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