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The Parents' Review

A Monthly Magazine of Home-Training and Culture

Edited by Charlotte Mason.

"Education is an atmosphere, a discipline, a life."
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P.N.E.U. Notes.

Edited by Miss Frances Blogg
Volume 10, 1899, pg. 683


Edited by Miss Frances Blogg, Sec., 28, Victoria Street, S.W.

To whom all Hon. Local Secs. are requested to send reports of all matters of interest connected with their branches, also 30 copies of any prospectuses or other papers they may print.

New Branches.

The Executive Committee has been approached with a view to starting Branches in the following places:--

Bradford.
Manchester.
Nottingham.
Croydon.--Names may be sent pro tem., P. Rands, Esq., Brighty, Bensham Manor Road.
Streatham.
Surbiton.
Dublin.
Cardiff.
Esher.
Huddersfield.
Bristol.
Brussels.--Names may be sent pro tem., Madame de Goeij, 35 Rue du Moulin.
Windsor.
Norwich.
Guildford.--Names may be sent pro tem., to Mrs. Clarke Kennedy, Ewhurst Rectory, near Guildford.
Brondesbury.
Winchester.
Cheltenham.

Readers of the Parents' Review living in these districts, or having friends there, are asked to communicate with Miss Blogg.

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Hyde Park and Bayswater.--Hon. Sec., Mrs. Franklin, 50, Porchester Terrace, Hyde Park (at home Thursday mornings). Oct. 18th, Mrs. Boole will lecture on the "Relation of Teacher to Pupil in Science," at 4.30. at 14, Nottingham Place (by kind permission of the Misses Webb). Miss H. Webb, M.B., in the chair. Tea and Coffee.--November 20th, Miss A. A. Evans (public lecturer on Art in Florence) will lecture on "St. Francis of Assisi: the Man and the Saint," with lantern illustrations, at five o'clock, at 2, Orme Court (by kind permission of Mrs. Herbert Cohen). Mrs. Howard Glover in the chair--December 12th, Mrs. Dowson, L.R.C.P. & S.I., will lecture on "Discipline," at 5 p.m., at 86, Westbourne Terrace (by kind permission of Mrs. Hare). Rev. C. Ridgway, M.A., in the chair.--Brush-drawing (Mr. Cooke, jun.), Sloyd and Swedish drill classes, as well as Hockey for children and adults, have been arranged by this branch. Full particulars on application to Hon. Sec.

St. John's Wood,--October, A. Schofield, M.D., "The Springs of Character." November 3rd, Miss Helen Webb, M.B. (Lond.) "Habit." December 8th, Miss Maynard "Various Planes of Life" January 22nd, E. While Wallis, Esq., "Methods of Impairing Eyesight in Childhood and After-life." February 16th, Rev. J. R. Taft, M.B., D.D., F.R.G.S., "Common Sense, Common Faults and Common Fancies in Modern Education." March 14th, Mdlle. Duriaux, "Language Teaching." April 5th, Miss Hall, "What we can Teach Children from a London Garden."