Annual Report and Documents of the New York Institution for the Instruction of the Deaf and Dumb
Vol. 26- includes the report on the schools for the deaf and dumb in central and western Europe by Rev. George E. Day.
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55 ページ - Watch and pray, that ye enter not into temptation: the spirit indeed is willing, but the flesh is weak. He went away again the second time, and prayed, saying, O my Father, if this cup may not pass away from me, except I drink it, thy will be done.
241 ページ - Knowledge before — a discovery that there are more things in heaven and earth than are dreamed of in our philosophy.
161 ページ - USE." This was explained under age six. At ages seven and eight, half the children give definitions of this kind. At nine they all do. 3. NAME THE DAY OF THE WEEK, THE MONTH, THE DAY OF THE MONTH AND THE YEAR.
40 ページ - ... the Board reserve to themselves or their officers a discretionary power to reject the application. The above terms are to be understood as embracing the entire annual expense to which each pupil is subjected. Stationery and necessary school books are furnished by the Institution. No extra charge is made in case of sickness, for medical attendance, medicines or other necessary provisions.
66 ページ - God had forbidden Adam and Eve to eat of the tree of knowledge of good and evil, but they might freely eat of every other tree. But some time afterwards Satan came to the earth.
39 ページ - Should objections exist to the admission of any individual, the Board reserve to themselves or their officers a discretionary power to reject the application. The above terms are to be understood as embracing the entire annual expense, to which each pupil is subjected.
131 ページ - The Spanish lord was born deaf; so deaf that if a gun were shot off close by his ear he could not hear it, and consequently he was dumb ; for not being able to hear the sound of words, he could never imitate nor understand them.
186 ページ - ... others, its inferiority cannot be denied. Those advantages it has derived from the knowledge of the forms and method of spoken language, obtained through its written, image. It follows, from, what has been said, that speech alone is properly entitled to the name of language, because it alone can class and methodize ideas, and clothe them in forms which help to discriminate their various shades, and which memory easily retains...
40 ページ - ... possession of such knowledge in any degree materially facilitates their subsequent advancement. To be able to write an easy hand, or at least, to form letters with a pen, is likewise a qualification very desirable. In reference to this subject, it is recommended that the words which constitute writing lessons, or copies, preparatory to admission, should be such as have been previously made intelligible to the learner. In the case of each pupil entering the institution, it is desirable to obtain...