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By Her Majesty's Assistant Inspector of Schools, the

Rev. W. P. WARBURTON.

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Albury, Mixed
Aston Clinton, Boys
Baldwin's Gardens, Boys and Girls
Baldwin's Place, St. John's, Boys
Barford, Great, Boys and Girls
Beachampton, Boy's
Bethnal Green, St. Bartholomew's,

Boys, Girls, and Infants
Bethnal Green, St. Matthew's, Boys
St. Peter's, Boys and

Girls St. Thomas', Boys Bierton, Mixed Brickhill, Little, Mixed Brill, Boys and Girls Camden Town, Boys, Girls, and InChalfont, St. Peter's, Boys and Girls Chelsea, Christ's Church, Boys and

Girls Chelsea, Park Chapel, Boys and

Girls
Chelsea, St. Luke's, Boys
Cheshamn, Boys, Girls, and Infants
Chipping Barnet, Infants
Claydon, Middle, Boys
Curtain' Road, St. James', Boys,

Girls, and Infants
Eaton Bray, Boys and Girls
Eversholt, Mixed and Infants
Gordon Square, All Saints', Boys
Haggerstone, St. Mary's, Boys

Girls

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Holborn, St. Andrew's, Boys
Hoxton, St. John's, Boys, Girls, and

Infants
Islington, All Saints', Infants .

St. Stephen's, Boys
Kempston, Boys, Girls, and Infants
Kentish Town, Girls and Infants
Linslade, Boys and Girls
Luton, Boys
Rickmansworth, Boys and Girls
Saffron Hill, St. Peter's, Girls
Saint George-in-the-East, Boys and

Girls Shenley, Boys and Girls Soho, St. Anne's, Boys Stepney, St. Philip's, Boys, Girls,

and Infants Tothill Fields, St. Mary's, Boys and

Girls Tring, Boys and Girls Turvey, Mixed and Infants Waddesden, Boys Ware, Boys, Girls, and infants Welwyn Westininster, St. Margaret's and

St. John's, Free, Boys and Girls Westminster, St. Stephen's, Boys,

Girls, and Infants
Whitechapel, St. Mark's, Boys

Girls
Society's, Boys

Girls
Willshampstead, mixed

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By Her Majesty's Assistant Inspector of Schools, the

Rev. J. G. C. FUSSELL, M.A.

Aston Clinton, Mixed, 17.

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Bethnal Green, St, Simon's, Boys, 4.

Girls, 4.

Infants, 4. Brill, Boys, 55.

Girls, 55.
Bromley, near Bow, Boys, 14.

Girls, 14.

Infants, 14.
Brompton, Boys, 1.
Drayton Beauchamp, Mixed, 18.
St. George-in-the-East,-
Christ's Church, Upper, Boys, 9.

Girls, 9.

Infants, 9. Lower, Boys, 10.

Girls, 10.

Infants, 10. Hatton Garden, Girls, 7.

Hertford, Cowper Testimonial, Boys, S.

Girls, s. Ludgershall, Boys, 16.

Girls, 16.
Luton, Boys, 13.

Infants, 13.
Stepney, All Saints', Boys, 6.

Girls. 6.

Infants, 6.
Red"Coat, 2.
St. Peter's, Boys, 3.

Girls, 3.

Infants, 3.
St. Thomas', Boys, 5.

Girls, 5.

Infants, 5. Walton Church, Mixed, 12.

Infants, 12. Whitechapel, St. Mark's, Boys, 11.

Girls, 11.

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MIDDLESEX, BEDFORD, BUCKINGHAM, AND

HERTFORD.

Tabulated Reports, in detail, for 1851-2, on Schools inspected by Her

Majesty's Inspector of Schools, Rev. F. C. Cook.

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TABULATED RREPots, in detail, for 1851-2, on Schools inspected by Her Majesty's Inspector of Schools, Rev. F. C. Cook.

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1851. 4 Nov. 156 115 121 175 1. There are groups of parallel desks, but not sufficient. 2. Large supply; a grant has been made. 3. The

school is conducted in seven classes by master, assistant, and monitors, three of whom are candidates for apprenticeship. 4. Good. 5. Good in the first and second classes ; may be improved in the middle division. 6. He is a painstaking and not unsuccessful teacher. 7. I have great hopes that this school will be efficiently

conducted with the assistance of pupil-teachers. The religious instruction is very good. 72 74

69 1. There are two groups of parallel desks, but the arrangement may be improved; the forms are convenient

with backs. 2. A grant has been made, and there is a good supply. 3. At present the arrangements are
on the monitorial system. 4. Very good, considering that the present mistress has not been long in the
school. 5. Indicate care and thought. 6. I think highly of her abilities, knowledge, and character. 7. This
school has suffered much from frequent changes and unsuccessful experiments. Under the present mistress

there is every reason to hope that it will be etficiently conducted.
5 Nov. 108 31 31 110 1. There is one group of parallel desks; two more groups are wanted. 2. Good supply. 3. The school is con-

ducted in five classes by mistress, assistant, and three pupil-teachers. 4. Good; the girls are remarkably
neat and well-behaved. 5. Not at all satisfactory; the progress in elementary subjects by no mcans corre.
sponding to the age of the girls, and time in school. 6. She is a respectable and conscientious person, but
scarcely able to carry on an efficient system of instruction. 7. The school is certainly improved since last
year, but some alteration in the organization will be requisite, and may probably be adopted. The present
mistress would make an excellent matron; her moral influence is excellent, and she possesses and deserves

the confidence of the managers.
6 Nov. 100 82 75 107 1. There is a good classroom fitted up with parallel desks. 3. Emcient; a mistress, assistant, three pupil-

teachers, and a regular monitor; the girls are arrauged in open classes on the National system. 4. Discipline
good; some improvement might be made; there is more talking than necessary. 5. Methods very satis-
factory. The progress in elementary subjects is unusually good; the middle classes show marks of careful
and successful teaching, and the elder girls roceive a complete and very practical education. 6. A good,

intelligent, and diligent teacher.
7 Nov. 106 8003 105 1. There is a good classroom with parallel desks; the schoolroom is arranged in square open classes. 2. Good

supply. 3. Abundant teaching-power; a certificated master and three pupil-teachers conduct the instruction in four divisions. 4. Improved since last year, but the boys are by no means neat and clean ; this ought to be rectified. 5. Indicate considerable energy and talent, but want of accuracy. 6. An able and con. scientious man. 7. If the discipline were improved, elementary subjects taught with greater accuracy, and the persons of the boys neater and more cleanly, this would be (what it ought to be under so able a teacher) one of the best schools in my district.

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4. Saint George in the East,Christ'sChurch, Boys 11 Nov. 120

IN 120 1. Good; four groups of parallel desks. 2. Moderater large grant was made in 1844, but it in nearly exhanstod. 3. The school is conducted in six

classes by master and four pupil-tonchors, the teaching power
is onlciont, and appears to be fairly distributed... Very good. 6. The progress in elementary subjects is
is improved, and, in most respects, deserves favourable notico.
generally satisfactory: arithmetic is not well

taught. 6. A respectable and efficiont teacher. 7. The school
Girls
104 52 148 103 1. The desks are good and sufficient, but the arrangement may be improved. 2. The supply of books should

be increased. 3. The school is conducted by mistress and two pupil-teachers. 4. Good. 6. The progress in
elementary subjects is very satisfactory. 6. Mrs. Reid keeps the school in good order, and is likely to teach
efficiently. 7. This school was very unfortunately circumstanced during some years; there has been

frequent change of teachers; at present it is in a promising condition.
3. Paddington, St.
Mary's, Girls 12 Nov. 119 97 83 112 1. There is a group of parallel desks; the arrangements are peculiar, and not very convenient, but are approved

by the managers, and can scarcely be altered. 2. Good supply. 3. The school is conducted in two rooms
with folding-doors, by mistress, three pupil-teachers, and occasional monitors. 4. Apparently very good.
5. The progress in elementary subjects is satisfactory; girls, nine years old, who have been in school two
years, write well from dictation, read the third Irish book with ease, and have some general information.

The elder girls are well educated. 6. She is a very intelligent well-informed person.
6. Gordon Square All
Saints', Girls 13 Nov. 87 40 55 100 1. There is a classroom with parallel desks. 2. Fair supply. 3. There are sufficient teachers, a mistress and

four apprentices. 4. Very good. 5. The progress in reading, and most elementary subjects, is satisfactory; arithmetic is very imperfect, and the spelling might be improved. 6. She has done her duty faithfully and efficiently during many ycars. 7. The attendance at present is much lower than usual, owing to the pre

valence of small-pox and measles in the neighbourhood.
7. Bayswater, Boys 17 Nov. 133 152 112 130 1. There is one group of parallel desks, five deep, not a convenient arrangement, but worked well by the

master. 2. Good supply. 3. At present the school is conducted by a master and four pupil-teachers, but
three of these will be candidates for Queeu's scholarships. There are, unfortunately, at present, no boy's
in the school old enough and sufficiently qualified to replace them. 4. Excellent. 5. Good. 6. He is a
careful, diligent, and eflicicnt teacher. 7. The late master neglected his duty to the school ; at present it

is rapidly improving in every respect.
8. Marlow, Boys 18 Nov. 113 18 76 128 The boys school is in a rudimental state; the room is remarkably handsome, well-lighted, and commodious.
Girls

26 66 The present master is certificated, and two candidates are now under training for apprenticeship. The

mistress of the girls school was absent at the time of my visit, but her place is efficiently supplied by a young person from Westminster. There is every reason to hope that these schools will be completely organized and so conducted as to become models for the adjoining district; they have been erected, and

partly endowed, by the family of the late T. Wethered, Esq., as a memorial. 9. Taplow, Mixed 19 Nov. 59 5 77 59 The schoolroom is not well lighted; the arrangement of desks and forms is on the old system, and may be

much improved; the master appears to have done his duty with steadiness and considerable success. I have

recommended him to attend the next examination for a certificate. 10. Paddington, St. Mary's, Boys 20 Nov. 152 92 55 175 1. Same as last year. 2. Abundant supply. 3. The school is conducted in six classes, by master and five pupil.

teachers; occasionally a monitor is employed in the sixth class. 4. Good. 5. Elementary subjects are well taught; reading improved since last year. 6. At present the school is under a temporary raster. Mr. Frost, the former master, discharged his duties most faithfully and efficiently.

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