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NATIONAL SERIEB. The undersigned has assumed the heavy responsibility of continuing the pub lication of the AMERICAN JOURNAL OF EDUCATION on the saine comprehensive plan on which it was projected in 1855, viz., “to embody the matured views and varied experience of wise statesmen, educators and teachers in perfecting the organization, administration, instruction and discipline of schools of every grade, under widely varying circumstances of government, society and relig. ion;" and particularly to give in the National Series "an account of public schools and other institutions of learning, and educational movements generally, in the United States."
The first number of the National Series of the AMERICAN JOURNAL OF EDOCATION will be issued in September, 1867, and will be continued quarterly thereafter on the lowing Terms: For a single copy, on? year, (Nos. 1, 2, 3, 4, N. 8.,)
$4.00 For a single number,
To each subscriber of the AMERICAN JOURNAL OF EDUCATION will be sent the MONTHLY CIRCULAR of the Department of Education, which will contain not only such Circulars and information relating thereto as the Commissioner may have occasion to issue, but “notices in advance of the anniversary or special meetings of educational associations when authoritatively advised of the same; abstracts of the proceedings of educational meetings when officially communimated; discussion and action of constitutional conventions, legislatures, munici. pal bodies, boards of education, school committees, relating to schools and edu. cation; statistics, benefactions, and reliable items of educational movements in different States and countries."
D. N. CAMP, All communications relating to the Journal should be addressed to
A VERICAN JOURNAL OP EDUCATION, Hartford Conn
To Subscribers to the American Journal of Education for 1867:
The constant pressure of engagements connected with his withdrawal from the presidency of St. John's College, and with the organization of the Department of Education, together with a reluctance to announce the suspension or abandonment of the publication of a periodical whose whole aim and scope were in barmony with his present plan of operations as Commissioner of Education, and at the same time his conscious inability, in addition to his new . labors, without essential help both in the business and editorial work, to comply with the urgent requests of many old subscribers to continue the publication until the whole field of systems, institutions, and methods bad been thoroughly surveyed, as was originally contemplated, have, up to this time, prevented the undersigned both from issuing the numbers for March and June, and from mak. ing any explanation of the causes of the failure, or of his intentions for the future. He is now able to say that under the special management of Professor D. N. Camp, as proprietor and publisher, and the general direction of its former editor, assisted by a large number of prominent teachers and educators in different parts of the country, the publication of the Journal will be continued on such terms as will be announced by him.
HENRY BARNARD. WASHINGTON, June 8, 1867.
NATIONAL SERIES, 1867-8. The undersigned will commence in September, 1867, the publication of a new series of the AMERICAN JOURNAL OF EDUCATION, edited by Henry BARNARD, LL. D., Commissioner of Education, to be issued quarterly, the four numbers to comprise (with the Circulars of the Commissioner of Education, containing Educational Intelligence, the contents of which will be included in the Index) a volume of 800 pages, with four portraits from engravings on steel, and numerous illustrations of School Architecture. TERMS: For a single copy, one year, Nos. 1, 2, 3, and 4, National Series. $4 00 For a single number ...
1 25 27 All communications relating to the National Series of the Journal may be addressed to
THE AMERICAN JOURNAL OF EDUCATION, Hartford, Conn.,
Or to David N. CAMP, New Britain, Conn. [Before the close of the year, Prof. Camp felt compelled to withdraw from the management of the JOURNAL, and on the completion of the first volume of the National Series, the editor announced to the subscribers that the publication would be continued from year to year by embodying the official documents of the Commissioner of Education, and until he should announce some other arrangement. In the meantime, he should have the satisfaction of presenting to the subscribers for the year 1869, a copy of the American Year Book, which would contain the statistics of schools of different grades, and of charitable institutions of the different States, and a comprehensive survey of the area, population, government, religion, industries, and resources of the different countries in the World.)
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