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o > fenc of UintariafHS ^ i by the cdoperation of tlj ^ ministers who are members , o # 1 n ^ meet ing ! It is , ex-^ ectedr ttat , this project will speedily b ^ carried into effect . W . J .
tiaiT Ministry among that class of Dissenteis usu&l ^ y ^ nQm i '^ t ^ ^^^ bytenan . . But , tbqugh ¦ ., ltykf ^ ity' $ J& niaryy . it is | ipt ilije spi % (| kje Ci * ; |> $ jt the plan of s ^ d ie ^ $ a ^ r ^ ft ^ f ? arranged as / to he ^ u \^^ nnex ^ % tp fjap
liberal ed | i | Qa ^^ : ^ f < . wjc ^ o ^^ . i n ^; errer a \ > wo 9 . - ace " a t j >« £ se p f pity ) W&f ^ iexc ^ pt upoii , ier > ps \ . J . ^«( gpfci 5 ^ 1 e ; r , , ^> nios ' t of them , ft'ofri availing il } £ i » r selyes of the Jbeuefii of o $ r paJaHc n alional institution 9 . A-ml the triij ^ - tees think it liigbly : desiiable that t |^ 5 pabLic should be in possession o / tlxaj
plan , in order that parents Tnay be enabled to judge how far it . is calculated to afford youn ^ med of foi * ti | pe an ^ education suiied to ttie jstaitip ^ which they will be expected to bold in societv ; to prepare thus « -, vvjio ,. acp
designed for other learned professions * to enter on the studies r € § peqtivjB | y proper for them y or toquf ^ ify spc 4 i _ 3 ^ are desjgued for compievciajlye to , support , with greater respecta&ility ^ i ^ e character of the British iaei , clianl | The course of instrucijpa tor iUp Christian ' ministry compi'e ^ e ^ njjs ,- \ Vhfp years , l > ut it is so arraugeci tbat ^ with
very slight excepticms , th ^ who ^ course , during the first rtrje eCJ £ a $ i $ ^ jjB equally applicable to students deeujued for the other professions , or for civil ana active hie ., ; v ^ - ^ rU In the first year tHe $ tudenja 5 ajr ^ instructed in the Greet £ alin
ana 1 U 9 UUHCU m me vxi ^ icjn ^ , * frt * tr * -4 *^\ n classics , Ancient History , apd ^ QiiiVpojsitlon , in the 0 rst si ^^ op ^ ^ E F !^^ the Elements of A ) gevgfl ?^ H 4 />^ Pig&P Trigonometry , au 4 MeAs ^ ratio / i y a ^ d ,, if intended for the Qftristiaii nuai ^ tr ^
in Hebrew . . / v . a ^ ri " , ; . ^^ i ^ j ? Ib the second year Vhey jp t 55 >^ j ^ 3 [' tfB the Greeli and Latin class , ics ^ and rWd a course of Modern Hi ^ ioi'y *! , Tjbejf are also instructed in tb < e Geonajpt ^ y ^ f Solids , Conic Sections * the-Tiocitta&frf the Sphere , the biaber parts m ,
Algebra , and in Natural and Experimental Philosophy , In this year thejr ajpp also introduced to an ^ xteusive cowrie of reading on the T ^ liilosop ^ jr , ^ f Mind , and on Logic /^ Ue 4 iy ( ui | y §» tu ,-de nts read Low tli ^ s Pre ^ ect icgs ? - att ^ l ^ a considerable portion of ^ p ^^^ the Hebrew Biblc ^ . ¦
I n the thiri jear ^ tioy arp | urjt ) ier ins ^ ruc te f l in the GreV ^ ^ n < l ^ Ifat ^ a Classics , in Belief ; X jt | rg ^ J | ri ^^ pj ^ subjects connected ^ U ^ -UJi | e ^ h ^| of
250 Intelligence . —Report of Manchester College , York .
The Repott of Manchester College , York , * / z ^ the Tvberity-seventh Annual Meet" t ^ , August 27 » 1813 . ¦ The trustees of Manchester College , ^ ave g reat satisfaction in presenting to its numerous friends a favourable
report both of the state of the funds , and 9 | f the proficiency and good conduct ^ f the studen ts . By a reference to the succeeding . account , it will be seen that there is a growing interest in faffoiw * of the institution ; and the manner in which the students acquitted
4 hec » selvts at the late annual examination , and the testimony borne by the tutors to their tlillicence and regularity , -during the preceding session , justify the hope that Ibis interest is not undeserved * - : At that examination , which was heU \ on Wednesday June 30 , and
fhur $ < tay > July 1 > the nrst prite was adjudged to Mr . W . Jevons ^ of I averpool ; the s cood to M ^ . Benjamin Mardon , of Exeter ; and the third , to Olr . S . Robinson , of Manchester ; the jyrize for elocution was awarded to Mr George K ^ enrick . The number of
students during the last session was twenty-live , fifteen of whom were djvinity students ; of these Mr . BTaxiley has settled as Minister at Hindley , in Lancashire ^ Mr . Hutton , at Nottingbam , as colleague with the Rev . J . TayJer * Mr . H Turner , at Bradford , Jn Yorkshire , anil Mr . G . Kenrick , at
Chesterfield . The number of students i ^ or the Ministry , during the next session , will be twelve * two of whom are upoa their own foundation—Messrs . Lewis , Brettcll , Asbton , Holla * id , and llincks , in the last year of t ^ eir course ; IVtessrs . Wallace , 3 evpns , and BikewelI , in the fourth year ; Messrs . IVtardon and Peene , in the Af ^ VUh ff f . **? « Lf * - " ¦ % rm- ^ r ii mjmmm- % * m jm , - ^ - » ^^ »» v ^ < % m Ml % . mM ^ s
f-hirA ; Mr . Canuon in the second ; and Mi ' . Haslana , of Manchester , in the Jirst . ¦ f i " lie Jay sjtudeuts will probably jte fewer than in the last . session * The g ^ reat uti < l primary object of Hie institution , to which all its fuiftds are strictly devoted , is the education of youth fo ^ ' tb ^ exercise of the Chi is-
Monthly Repository (1806-1838) and Unitarian Chronicle (1832-1833), April 2, 1814, page 250, in the Nineteenth-Century Serials Edition (2008; 2018) ncse.ac.uk/periodicals/mruc/issues/vm2-ncseproduct2439/page/50/