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educational " Durin Sociai g * a Progress protracted establishments in stay Italy in being Ital . _—Lia y , introduced dy I had Bowring unusual b writes y opportunities residents to a cotemporary . At of Leg visit horn : in — g ,
Florenceand GenoaI , inspected several schools ; in the two latter _resj cities ) ective they , munici were pal princi bodies , pally , and those I was set surprised on foot" and to find supp how orted much by , had the
been effected in the short space of two years . Tlie educational course is and not arithmetic so enlarged ( well as taug in ht this , ) with country the , but rudiments comprises of history reading , and writing geo- , graphy , and the , elements of drawing . Sing intellectuall ing seems to come all naturall fd y in to
the ferior Italian to the child boys ; in , g I irls saw ' schools excellent , which needlework , both y I usu plain y and oun fancy - , elegant embroidery being executed under the superintendence The schools of the
teachers of the munici , by the pality children are free , for to the the churches poorer and memb private ers of families the community . , but I tion sometimes fees . found Everywhere a separate I observed class in intelli the same gence of building , cleanliness the masters , who , and paid Private order remunera on bene the
are volence part usuall of the is y b pup y entirel no ils mean — y ap dependent s titud wanting e and upon ; zeal infant it on ; schools and that in and these industrial food and . establishment clothing are - s
land partiall ive y supp not lied onl . the In addition weiht of to their pecuniary names assistance but devote , the much highest of in their the time g to an object y they have g so much at heart , —tlie regeneration of the
people . " LITERARY , _SCIENTIFIC , A _1 _STD ARTISTIC .
the The death social of Mrs literature . Thomas of the Geldart poorer . Three classes of has her lost littl a- e worth stories y contributor published by in ,
Jarrold our own 's subscribers " Household . They Tracts are for " Cottage the Peop Homes le The , " are latter , " " in The constant Mother sale ' s sweet Trial among and and
" tant Triump touching of _Sforwich hs . , " Mrs and , . being Thomas " Daug the hters Geldart daug from hter , who Home of was the . " eminent formerl Historical y banker well Tales especiall known Simon of as y Martin an land inhabi and , of
the firm of Messrs . _G-urneys and Co . Her " Eng her Home Fort " y & Counties & ive , " of in " Scotland elegant and , " of attractiv " Ireland e , diction " " Glimpses some results of our of Islan her d
Peacemaker literary , power c , , " " c and Truth , g research , is Every . Am thing ong , " " the Love tales Life a Reality of she the wrote , late , not Samuel , a are Romance " Emilie , " & the c .
Mrs and . her Geldart Sunday was also Thoug the hts comp " as iler well of the as her " leasing contributions Gurney to many ;"
reli her g best ious " work periodicals is " Strength , are valued in , Weakness and welcomed , " de a ath memorial p in of many of a , household her son actress . . Perhaps
The dramatic world has to regret the a charming , Rose Cheri A coiiOssAi , which occurred statue of in Sir Pari John s earl Franklin y in the is month about . to "be erected at his
birthscul place ptor - —Sp of ilsb the < y , in Mend Lincolnshire elssohn statu . It e has which been was executed inaugurated by Mr . at C . the Bacon Crystal , the
Palace last year , from a sketch made by him under _ifche direction of Lady Franklin . eminent French ainters of this
is dead M . ABEii at the DEPujoii of , seventy one of the -six most He was born at Valenciennes p the century native ,
the town author of , Watteau of several age , and frescoes was at in a very the . churches " early age of the St . pup Sulp il ice of and David St , , . Rock He was , in
Paris A . _ustter , and also from of others M . de in Lamartine the Bourse to . the French mentions incinewspapers at dentall it until y that ei he ht . rises He at then two takes o ' clock a sli in g the ht repast morning previous to Ms desk to going , and out remains and g
superintending his agricultural operations . After the second dejeuner he again
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