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O'Duffy. John, l.d., 8,r.C8.i., Gardiners-row.
O'Dwyer, John G., t.c, Ennis.
O'Farrell, Edward P., surgeon. Lower Dominick-

street.
O'Farrell, George Plunkett, m.a., m.d., Tangier,

Boyle.
O'Farrell, N. Sweetman, m.b., surgeon, Dunmore

East, Waterford.
O'Farrell, John E., Clerk of^ the Crown, County

Longford.
O'Flaherty, Christopher P., barrister, Dublin.
O'Flaherty, James S., merchant, Enniscorth^.
O'Flaherty, Peter J., solicitor, Enniscorthy.
O'Flanagan, J. Roderick, barrister. Grange House,

Fermoy.
O'Flanagan, Sf^ephen, t.c. Limerick.
O'Flanagan, Thomas, merchant, Londonderry.
O'Flynn, Denis D., A.M., M.D., Glanmire, Cork.
O'Flynn, Philip, m.d.. Knight St Greg., Glencame

Lodge, Lismore.
O'Gorman, Joseph, T.c, Limerick.
O'Hagan, Felix, t.c, Newry.

O'Hagan, John S., solicitor, Harcourt-street, Dublin.
O'Hafloran, John, m.d., Kathmorc.
O'Halloran, Michael, menshant, Ennis.
O'Hanlon, John D., barrister, Henrietta-street,

Dublin.
O'Hanlon, Michael, m.d., Castlecomer.
O'Hare, Thomas, merchant, Warrenpoint, County

Down.
O'Hea, Henry, esq., barrister. Upper Mount-street,

Dublin.
O'Kane, Bernard, merchant, Bandalstown.
O'Keeffe, Edmond, merchant, Fermoy,
O'Kelly, John A., esq., Gurtray; Portumna.
O'Looney, Brian, professor of Irish, cu.i., m.b.i.a..

Grove Villa.
O'Meagher, J. Cassimer, solicitor, Mountjoy-square.
O'Meara, Andrew, T.C, merchant, Cashel.
O'Meara, M. Cartan, solicitor, Wellington-road,

Dublin.
O'Meara, Michael, Manager Hibernian Bank, Castle-
street.
O'Meehan, Thomas, T.C, Ennis.
O'Neil, Charles, T.c, merchant, Londonderry.



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O'Neil, John, architect, Glenfield-place, Belfast
O'Neill, Charles, merchant, Londonderry.
O'Neill, Francis, merchant^ Londonderry.
O'NeiJl, John, gentleman, Artane.
O'Neill, L. G., Bank of Ireland, Mitchektowm.
O'Neill, Terence, t.c, George'a-aquaare, Balbriggan.
O'Neill, W. J., esq., KilnuLCoe Lod^, Curracloe,

Wexford.
O'Beardon, John Fraser , esq., Bose Hall, Temple-

ogue.
O'Began, John, l.b.C.8.1., Carrick-on-Suir.
O'Benly, Patrick S., p.l.g., Gouna, County Cavan.
O'Beilly, Bichard, M.D., South Mall, Lismore.
O'Beilly, Terence, solicitor, North Great George's-

street, Dublin.
O'Beilly, William, m.b.c.s.. Clones,
O'Biordan, Daniel, barrister, Gardinera-row, Dublin.
O'Biordan, John, solicitor, Fermoy.
O'Biordan, John, merchant, Newcastle.
O'Biordan, John C, solicitor, KjUamey.
O'Byan, Anthony, L.B.C.8.I., Carrick-on-Suir.
O'Byan, Patrick, merchant, Cashel.
O'Shaughnessy, James, esq.* Wellington-road.
O'Shaughnessy, Michael, draper, Newcastle.
O'Shaughnessy, Patrick, PX.Q., Bruff, County

Limerick.
O'Shaughnessy, Patrick, merchant, Newcastle West
O'Shaughnessy, P. J., K.D., Charleville.
O'Shaughnessy, Thomas, merchant, Bruff.
O'Shaughnessy, William F.^ solicitor, ajb., t.C.d.,

Charleville.
O'Sulliyan, Daniel, esq., Shinnagh House, Bathmore,

Kerry.
O'SuUivan, Edmund, solicitor, Fermoy.
O'Sullivan, J. M., esq., Coome, Bathmore.
O'Sullivan, J. J., M.D., Killamey.
O'Sullivan, James, T.G., Bandon.
O'Sullivan, S., M.r., Camderi-place, Cork.
O'Sullivan, Thomas, solicitor, Queenstown.
O'Sullivan, Thomas, merchant, Queenstown.
Parker, l^obert, P.L.G., Middleton, CoriE.
PeUn, Joseph, esq., Ballindian, Athy.
Peiry, George, barrister, M.A., t.c.d., Butland-

square.
Phayre, Thomas B., physician and sui^eon, GiJway.
Phelan, Daniel^ merchant, Summerhill, Dublin.
Phelan, James, shopkeeper, Aughrim.
Phelan, John, esq., Butler House, Ballyraggett.
Phelan, Michael, Vice Chairman Board of Guardians,

Ballyraggett.
Phelan, Patrick, shopkeeper, Caehel.
Phelan, Thomas, T.c, Carrickmacross.
Phelan, William Peter, Munster Bank, Bathkeate.
Power, Henry, esq., Clogheen.
Power, fT. Byrne, physician, Kingstown.
Power, Joseph, surgeon and physician, Borrisoleigfa.
Power, Laurence J., merchant, Kilkenny.
Power, M. J., merchant. New Boss.
Price, J., esq., Haddington-road.
Purcell, Thomas, Alderman, Waterford.
Quill, Albert, barrister, MountHstreet, Crescent.
Quill, Thomas, Manager National Bank, Kingstown.
Quinlan, F. J. B., m.d., Fitzwilliam -place, Dublin.
Quinn, C., Manager National Bank, Castleisland.
Quinn, Edward Newry, merchant.
Quinn, Henry F., Kilragh, Bosegreen.
Quirke, C, T.C, merchmt, Tullamore.
Quirke, Edward, merchant, Montebello,.Blackrock.
Quirke, John, m.d., Tullamore.
Quirk, P., M.D., TuUamOTe.

Baflferty, John, tobacco manufacturer, Monaghan.
Bafferty, John, merchant, Monaghaii.
Bafferty, P., T.c, Monaghan.



Beardon, Daniel, M.D., Bruff, County Limerick.

Beardon, John, t.c, Cork.

Beddington, J. treasurer, Galway.

Bedington, Samuel P., solicitor, Butland-square.

Bedmond, Gabriel O'C., M.D., L.B.Cfl.i., Cappoquin*

Bedmond, Peter, T.c, merchant, Gorey.

Behill, Philip, merchant, Ballyhaise, County Cavan.

Beidy, Michael B., M.D., MaU, Tralee.

Beeves, Denis, p.l.g., Bevemount, Athy.

Beilly, Edward, merchant, Dunmurry.

ifteilly, Thomas, p.l.g., Beemore, Belturbet.

Beilly, W. J., Professor, Boyal College, Science.

Bice, Edmond S., solicitor, Tipperary.

Bice, Patrick, T.c , Drogheda.

Bice, Bichard, solicitor, Coroner, Fermoy. ,

Bice, Thomas, Sessional Crown Solicitor, Fermoy>
County Cork.

Biordan, D. C, M.D., Bruff, County Limerick.

Biordan, Edmond, gentleman, Clogheen.

Biordan, James, sohcitor, Oma^h.

Biordan, Patrick, T.c, LimericL

Bivers, Joseph Michael, esq., Carrick-on-Snir.

Hobinson, John Joseph, esq., Booterstown.

Bobinson, John L., M.B.I.A., Kingstown.

Robertson, Thomas, esq., Narraghmore, Athy.

Boche, Edward Joseph, merchant, King^x>wn.

Roche, Jerome W., solicitor, Tralee.

Boche, John, barrister, Dawson-slreet, Dublin.

Boche, John, m.d., Fermoy.

Boche, P. J., merchant, Woodville, New Boss.

Boche, Patrick, shopkeeper, Newcastle West.

Boche, Peirse M., Manager MunsterBank, TaUbw*

Boche, Thomas K., solicitor, Boeheile, Donnjbrook^

Boche, William, solicitor, Hareourt-street, Crowi^
Solicitor, Limerick.

Bochford, Henry, t.c, merchant^ Great Brunswkk-
street.

Bochford, Michael, p.l.g., Kilcook, County KiMsre*

Rodger, P. T., merchant, Bosslyn Villa, Deny.

Rogers, John, merchant, Ballyshannon.

Bogers, Patrick, merchant, Drogbeda.

Boss, James, contractor, Clifton Yille, Belfast.

Bossiter, Tobias, merchant, Enniscorthy.

Boughan, Michael, merdiani, Kibush.

Bo wan, George Hamilton, , ex-High Sheriff, El-
kenny.

Bowan, J. P., M.D., Kilkee.

Bushe, Denis Carolin, a.b., t.cd., solicitor^ Mo-
naghan.

Bushe, Matbew G., T.c, l.b.cslb., Monaghan.

Bussell, Bobert, gentleman, Portaferry.

Bussell, William, solicitor, Downpatrick.

Byan, A. L., solicitor, Waterloo-road.

Byan, Charles E., m.d., Tinly, Coonty Tippepary.

Byan, John, m.d., Francis-street, Dublin.

Byan, John, merchant, Cashel,

Byan, John E., Lower Baggot-fltreet, merchant.

Byan, Laurence, Alderman, Waterford.

Byan, Patrick, Minnow Brock, Terenure,

Byan, Philip, gentleman, Cafi^el.

Byan, Bichard, m.d., Bsulieborough, Cayan.

Byan, Thomas V., solicitor, Stephen's Green^
Dublin.

Byan, V., merchant, Baggot-street, Dublin.

Byan, William, P.L.6., Kilfinane, County Limerick.

Byan, William J., solicitor, Waterk^roSld.

Byan, William, solicitor, llpperary.

Byan, William, merchant, Dunmryan.

Sampson, Donat, esq., Moynoe, County Clare.

Sampson, F. C, M.D., Moynoe House, ScariSl

Scallan, Francis, J., esq., Mountjoy-eguare, DuUin.

Scallan, J. L., solicitor, Bachelor's-walk, Dublin.

Scally, Michael, esq., Bathgar.



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Scanlon, Jolm, T.C., Dungarvan.

Scratton, Thomas, B. A., Oxon, esq., Stephen's Green.

Scnlly, John, banister, Mountjoy-square, Dublin.

Scully, Joseph C, esq., Blac(krock.

Scully, Rodolph, solicitor, PitzGibbon-sireet, Dublin.

Scurry, David, esq., Waterford.

Seayer, James, t.C, Balbriggan.

Seaver, John P., esq., Salem Lodge, Drumcondra,
Dublin.

Segrave, Thomas A., Manager Hibernian Bank,
TuUamore.

Setople, Joseph, h.C. and T.C, Galway.

Shank, D., builder, Ennis.

Shannon, Michael, shopkeeper, Ennis.

Shannon, Peter, m.d,, f.b.c.s.i., Stephen's Green.

Sharkey, Bernard, t.c., Balbriggan.

Shaw, John, T.C, Ennis.

Shee, John, p.l.G., Carrick-on-Suir.

Sheedy, Michael, m.d., Kilmallock.

Sheedy, Thomas, p.l.g., Kilkee.

Sheehan, Denis, esq., Munster Bank, Mitchels-
town.

Sheehan, Patrick Richard, Manager National Bank,
Athlone.

Sheehy, James, draper, Newcastle West.

Sheehy, William, grocer, Newcastle West.

Sheilds, Patrick, esq., Allmore, County Tyrone.

Sheppard, Henry, esq., Booterstown-avenue.

Sheridan, Edward James, Manager Hibernian Bank,
Athy.

Sheridan, T. B., barrister. Upper Fitzwilliam-street,
Dublin.

Sheridan, Thomas, T.C, Castleblayney, Monaghan.

Sherwin, William, esq., Naul House, Naul.

Shevlin, Owen, T.c, Carrickmacross.

Shortal, Michael, solicitor, Kilkenny.

Sigfoson, George, m.d., Clare-street, Dublin.

Sinnott, James, solicitor, Dublin.

Sinnott, John, Alderman, Wexford.

Sisk, John O'Neill, M.D., Fermoy.

Slattery, Denis F., solicitor, Dungarvan.

Slatt^ry, John W., barrister. Lower Leeson-street.

Slevin, F., Manager Hibernian Bank, Mohill.

Smith, F., merchant, Dalkey.

Smith, Jphn J., Hibernian Bank, Abbeyleix.

Smith, Patrick Anna, solicitor, A.B., T.C.D., Dame-
street, Dublin.

Smith, Thomas T., haercbant, Henry-street, Dublin.

Smith, William, barrister, Richmond-place, Dublin.

Smithwick, E., esq., Kilcleen House, Kilkenny.

Smullen, John, men^ant, Denzille-street, Dublin.

Smyly, Thomas, L.M., t.c.d., Victoria-place, Athlon^.

Smyth, James, solicitor, Laurence Gate, Drogheda.

Smyth, Joseph, M.D.,ex-Senior Scholar, t. CD., Naas.

Spillacy, A., m.d., esq., Corofin.

Stack, Patrick, solicitor, Txalee.

Stapleton, Edward Thomas, solicitor, Upper Mount-
street.

Stapleton, M. H., m.b., t.c, m.b.i.a., Mountjoy-
place, Dublin.

Stephens, John, merchant, Ballyshannon.

Stephens, Kichard, merchant, Bureh Quay. ^

Stephenson, E. A., L.M., T.CD., CTareville, Tramore,
Waterford.

Stewart, James, Prof, c.u.i., Galrdiners-place.

Stokes, John, m.d., Cahir, County Tipperary.

Strange, Thomas, F., solicitor, Waterford.



Sugrue, Charles John, barrister. Belvedere-place.

SuUivan, James-, landed proprietor, Tullamore.

Sullivan, John, t.c, merchant, Ashgrove Lodge,
Kingstown. "

Sullivan, Patrick, esq., T.c, Cork.

Sullivan, Koger, Manager Munster Bank, Rathkeale.

Sutton, Nathaniel, esq., Queenstown^

Sweeny, Joseph, shopkeeper, Ballyshannon.

Sweeny, Michael, esq., Highfield- terrace, Bathgar.

Sweeny, Robert, t.c, merchant, Ballyshannon,
Donegal.

Sweetman, Edmund, esq., Longtown, Clare.

Sweetman, John, esq., Merrion-square East.

Sweetman, John, esq., Dumbarragh, Kells.

Synan, Daniel, t.c, merchant. Limerick.

Taaffe, Joseph C, esq.. Upper Temple-street.

Taaffe, William, p.l.g., Ardee.

Talbot, Henry, esq.. Prince Edward-terrace, Black-
rock.

Teeling, Charles H., barrister. Upper Gardiner-
street.

Terry, Michael, p.l.g., Ballynahague.

Thompson, John, merchant, Raheny, County Dublin.

Thompson, Thomas D., merchant, Clare Hall,
County Dublin.

Thompson, William, merchant, Alan Hall, Raheny,
County Dublin.

Thornton, John, solicitor, Westmoreland-street.

Thunder, James, esq., Parsonstown Manor, Batters-
town, Meath.

Thunder, Lattin, esq., Kingston Lodge, Navan.

Tuthill, Hugh, merchant, Ballyshannon.

Vaughan, Edward, solicitor, Booterstown-avenue.

Vere, Aubrey de, esq., Curragh Chase, County
Limerick.

Vesey, Philip, esq., Drumcole, Belturbet.

Wade, Denis, esq., Munster Bank, Mitchelstown.

Wall, Thomas G., barrister. Nelson-street, Dublin.

Walsh, E., T.c, proprietor of "The Wexford
People," Wexford.

Walsh, James, Deputy Vice Chairman Cashel
Union, Killenaule.

Walsh, John, merchant, Dungarvan.

Walsh, Martin John, merchant, Kilkenny.

Walsh, Richard W., C.E., South Frederick-street.

Walsh, Val. H., esq., Kilduff, King's County.

tValsh, Edward, Kilmurray, Crossmolura.

Walsh, Edward C, esq.. Twain Lodge, Belmullett

Walsh, Peter, T.c, merchant, Dungarvan.

Ward, J. J., merchant. Upper Gloucester-street.

Waters, George Francis, barrister. Temple-street,
Dublin.

Weldon, John, solicitor, North Great George's-
street, Dublin.

Whelan, Daniel, T.c, p.l.g., Barron House, Athy.

White, Mathew J., solicitor, A.B., t.cd., Dublin.

White, William Dudley, m.d., Rutland-square,
Dublin.

Whitty, Nicholas, merchant, Wexford.

Williams, Edward D., esq., Chesnut Lodge, Booters-
town. County Dublin.

Williams, John, t.c, Dungarvan.

Williams, John E., esq., Booterstown.

Williams, J. Orr, t.c, DuMarvan.

Woodlock, Joseph, esq., St. Brendon's, Booters-
town.

Woodlock, Thomas, stockbroker, Mayfield, Bray.



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UNIVERSITY EDUCATION (IRELAND).



RETURN to an Order of the Honourable The House of Commons,
dated 17 Julj 1879;— for,



COPY "of the Resolution adopted by the (^Satholic Union of Ireland on
the I2th day of June 1879, upon the subject of University Education
in Ireland, lately forwarded to the Prime Minister.'*



At a Meeting of the Council of the Catholic Union of Ireland, held on the 12th
day of June 1879, the following Resolution was unanimously adopted : —

The Council of the Catholic Union of Ireland having carefully considered the
provisions of the University Education Bill, introduced by the O'Conor Don,
believe that it will bring the benefits of university education within reach of all
classes of Her Majesty's subjects in Ireland, without distinction of creed.

They see in it a measure of which Catholics can avail themselves without
sacrificing their religious convictions; and having ascertained the influential
support accorded to the lay declaration in its favour, now in course of signature,
they consider that the Bill may be safely accepted.

The Council take this opportunity of tendering the thanks of the Union to
Her Majesty's Government for having passed the Intermediate Education Act
of last Session, which promises to confer many benefits on the youth of Ireland,
and they respectfully urge on Ministers to give their powerful aid to the passing
of the present Bill, and thus complete the educational plan shadowed forth by
the Lord Chancellor when introducing the Intermediate Education Bill.

The Council feel convinced that this measure will be accepted as a boon by
this country, and will materially conduce to its prosperity and contentment.

(signed) Granard,

President, Catholic Union of Ireland.



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EDUCATION.



Minute of the Scotch Education Department fixing the Standards
of Education to be required under the 73rd section of the
Education (Scotland) Act, 1872, and the 5th section of the
Education (Scotland) Act, 1878.

Vte^enmi to totft fdowt^ of 9^vmmmt tp eommatHf of lUn m^itfitv*



At the Council Chamber, Whitehall, the 16th day of December 1878.

By the Lords of Her Majesty's Most Honourable Privy Council on Education

in Scotland.
Bead:—

The 73rd section of the Education (Scotland) Act, 1872,* and the 6th
section of the Education (Scotland) Act, 1878.t

Besoived that —

1, A certificate of ability to read and write, and of a knowledge of
elementary arithmetic, shall not be granted in favour of any child by one of
Her Majesty's Inspectors under section 73 of the Education Act of 1872
unless such child has passed the Eifth Standard' prescribed by Article 28 of
the Scotch Code of 1878, viz. :—

Reading^ with expression, a short passage of prose, or of poetry, with
explanation, grammar, and elementary analysis of simple sentences.

Writing from memory the substance of a short story or narrative
rekd out twice by the inspector, spelling, grammar, and hand-
writing to be considered.

Arithmetic. — Practice, biOs of parcels, and simple proportion.

2. The Standard of education to be required for the partial exemption of
children above ten years of age from the obligation to attend school shall
be the Third Standard prescribed by Article 28 of the same Code, viz. : —

Beading of plain narrative.

Writing. — (a.) Pive lines from the same book, dictated slowly by a
few words at a time. (J.) Fair small hand, with capital letters
and figures, to be shown in copybooks.

Arithmetic. — Notation and numeration tip to 1,000,000. Four simple
rules. Money and time tables.

• Section 73, Education (Scotland) Act, 1872. — A certificate of ability to read and write, and of
a knowledge of elementary arithmetic, granted in favour of any child by one of Her Majesty's In-
spectors, [£all exempt the parent and all employers of such child from any prosecution or other
proceeding under this Act for neglecting to provide for the education of such child.

t Section 5, Education (Scotland) Act, 1878. — ^A person shall not, after the conmiencement of this
Act, take into his employment (except as herein-after in this Act mentioned) any child—

(1.) Who is under the age of ten years ; or

(2.) Who, being of the age of ten years, and not more than fourteen years, has not obtained a
certificate of ability to read and write, and of a knowledge of elementary arithmetic in
terms of section seventy-three of the principal Act, unless such child being of the age of
ten years or upwards is employed and is attending school in accordance with the provisions
of any Act of Parliament regulating the education of children employed in labour, or of
any minute of the Scotch Education Department fixing the standard of education to be
required for the partial exemption of children from the obligation to attend school.



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Printers to the Queen's most Excellent Majesty.

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BLIND AND DEAF-MUTE CHILDREN (SCOTLAND).



AETURN to an Address of the Honourable The House of Commons,
dated 24 July 1879 'r-for^



" RETURN of the Number of Blind and of Dbaf-Mute Childre;^^ and
Young Persons (under the Age of Twenty-one Years) in each Parish
in Scotland receiving Poor Law Relief; specifying how many of each of
the above Two Classes are receiving Education adapted to their respective
Unfortunate Conditions, and naming the Asylums, Institutions, or Schools
(stating whether Public or Private) in which they are being Taught."



Crown Office, Edinburgh,! JAS. AULDJO JAMIESON,

27 September 1879. J Crown Agent.



{Mr. Leith.)



Ordered, ly The House of Commons, to he Printed,
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BBTURN RELATING TO BLIND AND DEAF-MUTE CHILDREN, &C. (SCOTLAND).



RETURN of the Number of Blind and of Deaf-Mute Children and Young Persons (under the Age
of Twenty-one Years) in each Parish in Scotland receiving Poor Law Relief; specifying how many of each
of the Two Classes are receiving Education adapted to their respective Conditions^ and naming the AsylomSy
Institutions, or Schools (whether Public or Private) in which they are being Taught.



parish.


Number of
Blind Children

and
Yoang Persons,

under the

age of 21 Years,

hi Receipt

of Parochial

Relief.


Namber of

such

Blind ChUdren

and

Young Persom

receiving

' Edncatioo

Condition.


Name of Asylum^

Institution, or School in

wh5.ch such

Children and BUad Persons

are being Taught.


Numb^ of

Deaf-Mute

Children and

Young Persons,

under the

age of 81 Years,

in Receipt

of Parochial

ReUe£


Number of

such

Deaf-Mute

Children and

Young Person!

receiTing

Education

adapted to theii

Condition.


Name of Asylum,

Institution, or School in

which such

Deaf Mutes are being Taa^it


ABERDEEN t

Aberdeen - . -

Kemnay - - -
Longside - - -

Machar, Old - -

Peterhead -

Rathen
Rhynie

Slains - - - -


1

1
1

1

1
1


1

1
1

1

I

1


Blind Asylum, Aberdeen

(Public).
- ditto - ditto.

Royal Blind Asylum,
Edinburgh (Public).

Blind Asylum, Aberdeen
(Public).

Blind Asylum, Aberdeen

(Public).
In priTate dwelling, but

presently attending no

school.


1

1
2


1

I
2


Deaf and Dumb Institu-
tion, Aberdeen (Public).

Deaf and Dumb Instits-
tion, Aberdeen (Public).
- ditto - ditto.


Total - - -


6


6


4


4




ARGYLL :

Glassary -

Kilarrow -
Kilbrandon -
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1

1



1
1


1

1
1


Deaf and Dumb Insttta-
tion, Glasgow (Public).
In poorhouse.

Argyll and Bute District
Aiylum (Public),

Deaf and Dumb Institu-
tion, Glasgow (Public).


ToTiJ. - - -


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-


4


3


AYR:

Ardroasan - - -

Dairy- - - -

KirkoBwald

Steir . - . -


1


1

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Royal Blind Asylum,
Edinburgh (Public).


1
1
1
1


1
1
1

1


Smyllum Orphanage, La>
nark (Private).

Deaf and Dumb Insiito-
tion, Glasgow (Public).

Deaf and Dumb Institu-
tion, Edinbuigh(Public).

Deaf and Dumb Institu-
tion, Glasgow (Public).


Total - - -


1


1


4


4


BANFF;
Banff - - - -

St. Fergns* -


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1


1


Queen's Park Deaf and
Dumb Institution,
Glasgow (PubUc).


BERWICK :

Mordington


1


1


Boyal Blind Asylum,
Edinburgh (PubUc).










BUTE:

Rothesay - - -


-


-


-


1


1


Deaf and Dumb Institu-
tion, Glasgow (Public).



* A pauper boy, James Forbes, chargeable to this parish, is a mute, but not deaf ; he was reoeiyed from Dundee as an inmate of the Buchta
Combination Poorhouse, on the 17th April last ; his mental faculties appear to be defectlye, and until it has been ascertained whether he ia
capable of recdving education, it is not possible to decide on what shoula be done with him. The Goyemor of the Poorhouse is watchix^ Imr
with a yiew to this point.



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RETURN RELATING TO BUND AND DRAF-MDTE CHILDREN, &C. (SCOTLAND).



RmT0KN of the Number of Blind and of iJeafMute Children and Young


PeraoDS, &c. — continued. ,


PARISH.


Number of
BUnd Children

and
Young Penonsy

under the

age of 81 Years,

inReeeipt

of Parochial

Reliet


Number of

such

BHnd Children

and

Young Persons

receiying

Education

adapted to their

Condition.


NameofA^lum,

Institutioo, or School in

which sodi

Children and Blind Persons

are being Taught


Number of

Deaf-Mute

Children and

Young Persons,

4ge of 21 Years,

inReeeipt

of Parochial

Relief.


Number of

such

Deaf-Mute

Children and

Young Persons

receiving

Education

adapted to their

Condition.


Name of Asylum,

Institution, or School in

which such

Deaf Mates are being Tibght


CAITHNESS:
Bower- . -

Wick - - . .


-


-


-


1


I
2


Deaf and Dumb Institu-
tion, Edinburgh (Public).
. ditto - ditto.


Total - - -


-


-


3


3




CLACKMANNAN:
Alloa - - - .

Clackmannan

Tillicoultry -


1
I


1
1


Royal Blind Asylum,
Edinburgh (Public).

Royal Blind Asylum,
Edinburgh (Public).


1


1


Deaf and I>umb Institu-
tion, Edinburgh (Public).


Total - - -


2


2


1


1




DUMBARTON :
Cardroas

Cumbernauld

Dumbarton -

Kirkintilloch


1


1


Blind Asylum, Gla^ow
(Public).


1
1


1
1


Deaf and Dumb lnstitu«
tion, Glasgow (Public).

Not of age ; now to be sent
for training. The Board,
at their last meeting, re-
solved to send him, with
as little delay as possi-
ble, to an institution to
be educated.

Deaf and Dumb Institu-
tion, Glasgow (Public).


Total - - -


1


1


3


2


DUMFRIES :

Dumfries - - -


2


2


fl. Royal Blind Asylum,
1 Edinburgh (Public) -
1 1. Smyllum Orphanage,
L Lanark (Private) -


1-


' —




EDINBURGH :

Leith, South

Liberton - - -

St. Cuthberts and Canon-
gate Combination.


2

1
1


2

1


Edinburgh School for

Blind Children(Public).

Royal Blind Asylum,

Edinburgh (Public).

Twenty years of age. In

poorhouse.


1
2


I
2


Deaf and Dumb Institu-



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