CONTENTS. xiii CHAPTER IV.
Preliminary, 235 ; Merits in education, viz.:-generally praised, 238 ; variety of subjects, 242 ; a little science at school, 243 ; simple things well taught, 243 ; liberty and leisure, 244 ; home teaching and encouragement, 244 ; Merits and demerits balanced, 245 ; Demerits in education, viz.:-narrow education, 246 ; want of system and bad teaching, 251 ; unclassed, 252; Summary, 253; Interpretation of educational needs, 255; Conclusion, 258.
List of questions sent to scientific men, 261.