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SALARIES TO WORK MISTRESSES,
branches of Needlework in INDUSTRIAL Sehools,
DITTO TO TEACHERS ORGANIZINO NATIONAL SCHOOLS,
including those awarded to Agriculturists connected
with WORKHOUSE SCHOOLS, TRAVELLING ALLOWANCES TO TEACHERS OF NATIONAL
SCHOOLS attending Examinations held by the Head and
DITTO TO TEACHERS seut to ORGANIZE NATIONAL SCHOOLS,
" The Private Contribution Fund,' INSPECTION:
Salaries, Four Head Inspectors,
and Agricultural Sub-Inspector,
Binding of National School Books, and for Slates, Pencils,
and other School Requisites, For Books, Maps, and Requisites purchased from Publishers
and others, Cost of Carriage, &c., REPAIRS AND Works connected with the various Departments
of the Establishment,
Salaries and Wages,
Clerks of Worke,
Stationery and Printing,
Rent, Taxes, and Insurance,
of Salaries of Teachers of National Schools,
and the NUMBER OF CHILDREN in attendance upon them, from the date of
No. and Date of Report.
No. of Schools in
Xo. of Children on
No. 1, 31st December, 1833,
1836, No. 4,
1837, No. 5,
1838, No. 6, 31st December, 1839,
1840, No. 8,
do. 1811, No. 9,
1842, No. 10, do.
1843, No. II, do.
1844, No. 12, do.
1845, No. 13, do.
1816, No. 14. do.
1817, No. 5, do.
1848, No. 16,
do. 1849, No. 17, do. 1850, No. 18, do.
1851, No. 19, do.
No. 2.--Table showing the Increase in the NATIONAL SCHOOls, and tlie
NUMBER OF CILDREN in attendance upon them, during the year 1852, as compared with the preceding year.
Expected attendance in the 75 Building cases, .
7,475 Actual attendance in the 4,875 Schools in operation,
544,604 Actual attendance in the 13 Suspended Schools,
nil. Total Number of Schools, 4,963 Total attendance, actual and expected, 852,079
Total Number of Schools taken into connexion during the year 1852, 264
112 Net increase during the year as above,
No. 3.--TABLE showing in what Provinces the 264 New Schools, I. Statistical
taken into connexion during the year 1852, are situated, and the Tables. nature of the Grants awarded to them.
No. 4.--TABLE showing the Number of National Schools in each
Province, whether in operation, in progress of Building, or Suspended, with their actual daily average, and expected attendances.
• There was, in addition to this number, an attendance of 4,294 with a daily average of 2,570 Children in Schools in which Salaries have been granted during the three months from the 30th September to the 31st December, 1852, making the total atten. dance on the rolls 544,604, and the total daily average 282,575.
No. 5.--Table showing the Number of Workhouse Schools in con
nexion with the Board, on the 31st December, 1852, and the Proe
No. 6.- TABLE showing the Number of Teachers trained during the
year 1852, for National Schools, and for Schools not National, distinguishing the Religious Denominations of each.
No. 7.-TABLE showing the Number of National Teachers trained in
1852, with the Number in each Class at the Commencement and Expiration of the Course of Training.