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in 1849, and in each succeeding year of his apprenticeship, in the month of July,, my Lords propose, in July 1849, to examine him as for the end of the year, and if he passes to pay him 81. 6s. 8d. The next year would commence from the 1st of July 1849, at the rate of 121. 10s. per annum; and thus, in point of emolument, he would gain a higher stipend, for the months of August and July, than according to his original engagement, by which he would have been paid for those two months only after the rate of 101. per annum. Again, suppose that the school of another pupil-teacher, apprenticed at the same date, could not be visited until November. In this case my Lords would pay him in November, if he passed the requisite examination, for a service of fourteen months, instead of twelve months, viz.-111. 13s. 4d. instead of 101. In this case, the pupil-teacher would have had two additional months to prepare for his examination ; and, so far, if he made the best of his time, he would have a better chance of passing in the subjects entitling him to receive the emoluments of a later year.

The part of the district in which your school is situated will be visited in the months of

and The indentures are dated the first of I am therefore to propose that the requisite change in the dates be made so as to bring the indentures into harmony with the time at which Her Majesty's Inspector will be in that part of his district.

The pupil-teachers will receive, if this arrangement is agreed to, at the next examination a stipend, and the master (or mistress) a gratuity, proportional to the time of

months during which they will have served, instead of that for a year. This stipend will be calculated at the rate of the year of the apprenticeship in which they now stand. From the first of

the payments will proceed as if the indentures had originally been dated in that month.

I am to request that you will be good enough to inform me as soon as possible whether this course is agreed to by the managers of the school, and by those who originally signed the indentures.

I have the honor to be, &c.
(Signed)

R. R. W. LINGEN.

Extract from Circular Letter addressed to Authorities of Training

Schools under Inspection, announcing that Certificates of Merit will not be issued till Students have taken charge of Elementary Schools.

Committee of Council on Education,

Privy Council Office, Downing street, REVEREND SIR,

20 November 1849.

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I am directed to take this opportunity of informing you that the Committee of Council have had reason to fear that, in some instances, the certificates of merit granted to students in training schools, before their powers of conducting a school had been tested by actual probation, have not afterwards been confirmed by a corresponding efficiency on the part of those students in the discharge of the duties of their profession, when appointed to situations as masters. Their Lordships are, therefore, of opinion that it will be expedient to suspend the certificates of successful students in training schools till after they have taken charge of elementary schools, and have been reported on by Her Majesty's Inspectors. Their names will, however, be inserted on the class lists as usual, and grants made to the training schools on their behalf, in the same manner as if they had received certificates corresponding to their position in those lists. ENGLAND AND WALES.-NATIONAL AND CHURCH OF ENGLAND SCHOOLS. ards Erection or Improvement of School Buildings; from 1st of January 1848 to s, inclusive.

Their Lordships trust that, by this means, their certificates will not be brought into discredit by appearing to give an untrue estimate of the value of the holders' powers, and that, at the same time, young men will not be tempted by the early possession of them to leave the institution before the authorities, to whom it is intrusted, consider them to have completed the course necessary to render them fully equal to their duties.

I have the honor to be, &c.,
(Signed) HARRY CHESTER,

For the Acting Assistant Secretary.

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ENGLAND AND WALES.-NATIONAL AND CHURCH OF ENGLAND SCHOOLS.

DETAILED STATEMENT of GRANTS awarded by Committee of Council on Educa

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Aylsham

- N. | The erection of school for boys 3183

and girls. Baldhu, or Baldiu

-N. The erection of schools and 2500

teacher's house. Baltonsborough (Ch. of England) | The erection of school and mis- 718

tress' house. Barford, Great - N. The erection of school

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48 Sir W. St. John's charity for boys

Barnard Castle (Girls) - N. The improvement of school build

ing. Barnwell, Cambridge - N. The improvement of school build

ings. Batley in Dewsbury - N. The conversion of a building into

a school, with master's house. Battersea

-N. | The erection of two schools for 8000

girls and infants, and two resi

dences for the mistresses. Bedminster, St. Paul's

To build two class-rooms Belper

N. | The erection of schools for girls 10000

and boys, and two residences. Bengeo (Church of England) The erection of schools and mas- 1000

ter's house.

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-N.

Bengeworth
N. The erection of a house

1200 200 A charity for clothing and eda

cating boys. Bennington, Long - N. The erection of a class-room and

37 master's house. Bentley, Great, Colchester - N. The erection of a school aud mas- 1100 145

None ter's house. Bentley, Little - N. The erection of a school

80

None
Berrynarbor
The erection of schools (in ad-

168
dition to former ofler of 84.)
Bethnal Green, St. Jude,
The enlargement of school for 70

450
additional scholars, and dor
mitories provided for appren-
tices (for an addition to former

offer of £380).
Bethnal Green, St. Thomas N. The erection of schools, with mas- 107000 533 None

ter's house, and dormitories for

pupil teachers, Beverley, St. Mary and St. Nicho The erection of a school for boys | 4149 241 A moiety of Eden's charity from las

- N.
and a master's house.

£7 to £10 per annum Beverley Minster

N. The erection of school and mas- 4600 300 Graves's Trust employed in sup. ter's house.

porting the minister, a girls school, and the Beckside infant school. Eden's Charity £8 108.

to this school. Biddenden

-N. To rebuild school and a residence 1486 162 John Mayne, Esq., £20 36. 4d.

for master and mistress, Bierton

The erection of school and mas- 786 87 £30 per annum
ter's house.

-N.

Birchington, near Ramsgate N. The erection of a school and resi-1130

dence. Birdbrook

- N. The erection of a school for boys 550

and girls and a house for the
mistress.

132 Crispe's Charity for educating 12

boys and girls. 80 he charity farm, the gross rental

of which is £60 per annum, to be divided amongst 4 parishes, each parish receiving the whole

rent every fourth year. 524

None

Birkenhead, St. Ann's

- N. The erection of schools

800

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Birkenshaw, near Leeds - X. | The improvement of school build

ing. Birmingham, St. Bartholomew's, The erection of school

9436 (Infant). Birmingham, Farm-street, (parish The erection of infant's school 17000

of St. George) Birmingham Industrial and Rag. The erection of schools for boys 30000 ged.

and girls, and dormitories, with

master's house and workshops. Birmingham, St. Luke's(Inf.) N. The erection of infant school. Birmingham, St. Mark's (Inf.)N. The erection of a school.

5000

330

9000

None

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Bishop's Hull
Blaby

ing.

- N. Por improvement of school-build-
- N. The erection of a school and resi-

dence for the master and mistress.

1100

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