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PLACES IN THE DIOCESE

NOW SUPPLIED WITH SCHOOLMASTERS AND SCHOOLMISTRESSES FROM THE OXFORD TRAINING SCHOOL.

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APPENDIX I.

BETTON'S CHARITY.

Apportioned to each Diocese for the Maintenance of Church Schools, given in sums of not less than 51. or more than 207. to each School. 1301. have been allotted to this Diocese, and distributed in 1848 to 21 Schools. Application for this Fund may be made to S. A. Beck, Esq., Ironmonger's Hall, Fenchurch street, London.

Preference is given to Schools recently established, and struggling with the difficulties of a new undertaking.

APPENDIX II.

REGULATIONS TO BE OBSERVED BY APPLICANTS FOR GRANTS, Passed Nov. 6, 1849.

I. That all applications for Grants should have the concurrence of the Local Boards, or of the Rural Dean, where no Local Board exists.

II. That applications be lodged with the Secretary by the November Meeting in each year, and the Grant decided upon at the February Meeting in the following year, and at no others, unless for special reasons approved by the President of the Board.

III. That plans and specifications (or tracings of plans) be sent before the February Meeting.

IV. That a Grant be deemed void, if not claimed within two years from the date of its being voted.

V. That the payment of Grants be ordered at the next Quarterly Meeting after receipt of Certificate of completion, and the Treasurer be requested to pay at the Meeting.

VI. That Schools receiving assistance from this Board shall be deemed in union with the Board, and receive Inspection accordingly.

A Form of Certificate of completion of Buildings may be had of the Secretary.

APPENDIX III.

ACTS FOR CONVEYANCE OF SCHOOL SITES.

It may be useful to the Clergy to know, that the most recent Acts for this purpose are 6 and 7 Gul. c. 70. 4 and 5 Vict. c. 38. The latter gives the largest powers for the purpose, and enables an Incumbent to hold a Site in Trust, in perpetuity. A simple form of conveyance under the latter Act may be had of the Secretary.

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Boarders, 271. per ann. without any of the usual School-extras. Master, Mr. Bennett, with three Assistants, and Teachers of Languages, Music, and Drawing.

Number of Boarders, 100.

BICESTER, UNDER THE LOCAL BOARD.
Number of Pupils, 30. The majority are Day-boys.
Master, Mr. Painter.

HIGH WYCOMBE, UNDER LOCAL BOARD.
Head Master, Mr. Lúce, B.A.

16 Pupils. Boarders, £25. Day-Boys, £5.

SCHOOLS IN UNION WITH THE BOARD.

OXFORD.

Mr. Andrews's, New Inn Hall Street. Pupils, 46. Boarders; 22 guineas per annum. Day-boys, 6 guineas per annum. Latin and Greek, Mathematics, French, and Drawing, 2 guineas each.

Misses Howe and Beaufoy, St. Giles's Street. 43 Pupils. Boarders £26 5s. per ann. Day Pupils, £1 11s. 6d. per qr. Mrs. C. Cook, 15s. a quarter; under nine years, 10s. 6d. 16 Pupils. Mrs. Thorp, Holywell, 12s. a quarter; 10s. extra for writing, &c. 20 Pupils.

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EAST ILSLEY.

Mr. Fuller. 43 Pupils.

WANTAGE.

Mrs. Aldworth's and Miss James's.

Board, 20l. above 8 years. Instruction, 5l. Advanced ditto, 107.

APPENDIX V.

EXHIBITIONS

To be opened to competition on March 21, 1850.

I. Founded by P. Pusey, Esq. open to the Archdeaconry of
Berks, value £10 a year.

II. The Board

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III. The Board.

Candidates must be aged 15 years; and must bring baptismal Certificates and Testimonials from a Clergyman beneficed within the Diocese. The Examination begins at 1, at Mert. Coll. Hall.

APPENDIX VI.

DIOCESAN TRAINING SCHOOLS.

Training School for Masters.
Principal, REV. JOHN THORP.

The Diocesan Training School for Masters is situate at Summertown, near Oxford, and is under the management of a Committee.

ARCHDEACON OF OXFORD
REV. DR. BULL

Committee.

PRESIDENT OF ST. JOHN'S COLL.

REV. DR. JELF

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The object of this Institution is to train Masters, who shall be fit to undertake either Parochial or Commercial Schools in different parts of the diocese.

The following Regulations have been adopted as General Rules.

Pupils must be at least 15 years of age; and will remain in training from one to three years, according to their age, character, and attainments.

Candidates will be required to read, spell, and write well and correctly; to be well versed in the four first Rules of Arithmetic, to possess a general knowledge of the Old and New Testaments, and to know perfectly the Church Catechism.

They must also bring a Certificate of their Baptism, as well as a Testimonial from the Clergyman of their Parish to the following effect:

"I

Incumbent (or Curate) of

do hereby certify, that I have known

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and believe him to be qualified by character,

abilities, and attainments to become a Candidate for admission

into the Diocesan Training School."

The course of instruction will embrace the following studies:

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Instruction in the Latin language will also be given to the more advanced pupils. The education and lodging are provided gratuitously. The charge for boarding is 201. per annum, (to be paid quarterly in advance ;) and where even this moderate sum is beyond the means of a promising boy, the Committee will have it in their power to award Exhibitions to the half (or more) of the expenses; such Exhibitions to be dependent upon good conduct. As each pupil is judged qualified to leave the School, it will be the endeavour of the Board to provide him a suitable

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