Six essays on the best mode of establishing and conducting industrial schools;
adapted to the wants and circumstances of an agricutural population, written for a prize of one hundred pounds,
offered by his excellency, the Earl of Eldin, Governor of Jamaica in November, 1843 [by L.H. Evelyn and others]
|Related Names:||Vendryes, Henry. , Renshaw, C. Stewart. , Cork, Josias. , Buchanan, John. , Evelyn, Lyndon Howard.|
London, Cowie, Jolland, 1845.
Study and teaching.
One essay is anonymous the others are by L.H. Evelyn, J. Buchanan, J. Cork, C.S. Renshaw and H. Vendryes.
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