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11. Of the 264 schools specified in the preceding Number and table, 251 are under the management of 205 separate minations of the individuals,

many of them having more than one school Patrons or Maunder their care. The following is the number of nagers of the Patrons of each religious denomination:-Church of taken into con England—clerical, 8, lay, 17; Presbyterian-clerical, nexion in 1852. 16, lay, 3; Roman Catholic-clerical, 141, lay, 20. Total Protestants of all persuasions, clerical and lay, 44; total Roman Catholic, clerical and lay, 161. Of the remaining 13 cases 11 were joint applications from 18 persons of different religious denominations, and 2 were Model Schools, of which we are the patrons.

12. It will be seen from the foregoing tables, that we Amount of have made grants to build and furnish 75 schools, 22 of grants to nemus

schools in 1852. which are grants for the year 1852. Many of these schools have been for some time in progress of building, and will be soon completed : others have been only recently commenced : and towards the erection of the remainder no steps have yet been taken. The outstanding grants, made in various years, to these 75 schools, amount to £5,249 198. 2d. In addition to the 22 new building cases, we awarded grants of sal:vies and books to 242 new schools, making, in 1852, a total of 264

new cases.

13. There were 30 new schools opened during the Number of ycar, towards the erection of which we had made grants. into operation These are included in the 4,875 schools in operation, on in 1852, towards the 31st December, 1852, and their names will be found the erection of

'. inserted in a special list in the Appendix.

missioners had

made grants. III.–14. At the termination of the year 1852, we had Total number of on our list, vested either in Trustees, or in our Board, vested schools. 1,079 school-houses, containing 1,589 rooms, accommodating distinct schools. The number of non-vested schools was 3,335, amongst which, as in the case of vested schools, there are many in which male and female schools are held under the same roof, though in separate rooms.

15. During the year 1852, we made grants towards Repairs of the repairs of schools vested in our Board, amounting vested in the to £813 98. 3d.

Board.

IV.-16. The number of applications for grants to new Applications for schools in the year 1852, was 405. To 264 of these grants to new

schools. we promised the requisite assistance, either for building, or for salaries and books. The remaining 141

* There are, in addition, 39 schools to be vested in the Board, the leaves of which are in course of execution.

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VOL. I.

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REPORT,
Copy of a Letter from the Chief Secretary for Ireland, to bis Grace the Duke

of Leinster, on the formation of a Board of Commissioners for Edu-
eation in Ireland,

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Document explanatory of some of the conditions contained in the above
Letter,

xxxvi Original Draft of Letter of the Right Hou. E. G. Stanley, Chief Secretary to

his Excellency the Lord Lieutenant, addressed to his Grace the Duke of
Leinster,

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FINANCIAL STATEJENT :
Account of the Receipts and Disbursements of the Commissioners or

National Education, for the year ended 31st December,
1852,

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STATISTICAL TABLES:
No. 1. Tabie showing the progressive Increase in the National

Schools, and the Number of Children in attendance upon
them, from the date of the First Report of the Commis-
sioners of National Education in Ireland, to the 31st
December, 1852,

lii No. 2. Table showing the Increase in the National Schools, and the

Number of Children in attendance upon them, during the
year 1852, as compared with the preceding year,

lii No. 3. Table showing in what Provinces the 264 New Schools, taken

into connexion during the year 1852, are situated, and the
nature of the Grants awarded to them,

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STATISTICAL TABLES--Continued.
No. 4. Table showing the Number of National Schools in each Pro-

vince, whether in Operation, in progress of Building, or
Suspended, with their actual daily average, and expected

Attendances,
No. 5. Table showing the Number of Workhouse Schools in con-

nexion with the Board, on the 31st December, 1852, and
the Provinces in which they are situated, included iu Table

4, of Schools in Operation,
No. 6, Table showing the Number of Teachers Trained during the

year 18.52, for National Schools, and for Schools not National,

distinguishing the Religious denominations of each,
No. 7. Tuble 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,
No. 8. Tables showing the Amount and Nature of Giants paid and

Grants urarded to National Schools during the year 1852,
Noves or THE COMMISSIONERS :
List of the Commissioners of National Education, on the 31st

December, 1852,

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APPENDIX.

APPENDIX A.

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1. Rules and Regulations of the Commissioners of Nat-onal Education, and

Directions for making Application for Aid towards Building School

houses, or for the support of Schools,
11. Forms of Lease and Asvigument:
No, I. Form A of Leise to Commissioners of National Education,

in their Corporate capacity,
No. ?. Form B of Lease to the ('ommissioners of National Education,

in their Corporate capacity,
No. 3. Formn of Assignment or Couverance of National School Pre-

mises by Trustees, to the ('ommissioners of National Edu

cation, in their Corporate capacity:
III. Book and Free Stock Lists:
No. 1, List of Books Published and Sold br the Commissioners of

National Education in Ireland,
No 9 Not Published, but sanctioned br the Commissioners of Na.

tional Education in Ireland,
Il, Official Forms:
Ne 1. Form of District Inspector's Report upon Application for Aid

sowanis building a School-house,
. 2 Form of District Inspector's Report upon Application for Aid

towanis parment of Teacher's Salary, and for supply of
Books &

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No. 3. Form of District Inspector's Report upon Application for an

Additional Salary to the Teacher, and for supply of Books, &c.

for an Evening School,
No. 4. Form of Agricultural Inspector's Report upon Application for

Salary to the Teacher of a National School, as an Agri

culturist,
No. 5. Queries to be answered on Application for Aid towards the

Salary of a 'Teacher or Teachers of a Vested National School,
No. 6. Queries to be answered on Application for Aid towards the

Salary of an Assistant Teacher,
No. 7. Queries to be answerel on Application for Aid towards the

Salary of a Workmistress).
No. 8. Queries to be answered on Application for an Additional Sa-

lary to Teacher, and for supply of Books, &c., for an Even

ing School,
No. 9. Queries to be answereil on Application to the Commissioners

of Education for Aid towards Payment of Salary for Indus

trial Teacher,
No. 10. Instructions for making Applications for Salary anıl Books, .
No. 11. Instructions for making Application for Aid towards Building

National School-houses,
V. Twelve Practical Rules for the Teachers of National Schools,
VI. (jeneral Rules and Regulations as to the Appointment, Examination,

and Classification of Teachers and Monitors, &c., &c.,
VII. Notice to Managers of National Schools relative to the payment of

Teachers' Salaries,

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1, Copy of Return forwarded in October, 1852, to His Excelleney the Earl

of Eglinton and Wintou, the Lord Lieutenant of Ireland—showing, from
Returns furnished by the Managers, the Number of Children on the Rolls
of each National School for the Six Mouths ending the 31st March, 1852,
distinguishing their Religious Denominations; also, in addition, the
Name and Religious Denomination of the Correspondent or Patron, and

whether School is Vested or Non-sested,
II. Returns from the District Inspectors, relative to the Religious Denomina-

tions of the Pupils attending the National Schools,
No. 1. Return from Inspector of District 1, which comprises a portion

of the County Donegal,
No 2. Return from Inspector of District 2, which comprises portions

of the Counties of Donegal and Londonderry,
No. 3. Return from Inspector of District 3, which comprises portions

of the Counties of Antrim and Londonderry,
No. 4. Return from Inspector of District 4, which comprises a portion

of the County Antrim,
No. 3. Return from Inspector of District 5, which comprises a portion

of the County Antrim,

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