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iv.]   EDUCATION.   247

(5) " Limitation of subjects practically to classics."

(6) " Absence of any scientific training ; too much confined to classics."

(7) " Omission of mathematics, German, and drawing."

(8) " Latin and Greek were more insisted on than modern languages."

(9) " In an otherwise well-balanced education, 3 years, aet. 12-15, at a private school were spent on Latin and Greek grammar-a blank waste of time."

(10) " School work directed to the cultivation of literary tastes only, and therefore not adapted to a variety of intellects."

(11) "Elements of natural science omitted ; nothing taught of the nature of the world around us."

(12) "Not taught mathematics, nor any natural science, to which I could have taken

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