« PreviousContinue »
DEVELOPING THE PHYSICAL, INTELLECTUAL, AND
MORAL POWERS OF ALL CHILDREN,
ONE TO SEVEN YEARS OF AGE.
« Whoso shall receive one such little child in my name, receiveth me."
STATIONERS' HALL COURT.
HARVARD UNIVERSITY GRAUIMTE SCHOCE Eloma
HARVARD COLLEGE LIBRARY
1582, espécié 15.
it Rer. I et Peabodia
TO HER MOST EXCELLENT MAJESTY,
THE MOTHER OF HER PEOPLE,
BY HER MAJESTY'S GRACIOUS PERMISSION,
WITH PROFOUND HUMILITY,
AND THE WARMEST DESIRES FOR HER MAJESTY'S PRESENT
AND ETERNAL HAPPINESS;
BY HER MAJESTY'S
MOST LOYAL, GRATEFUL, AND DEVOTED
SUBJECT AND SERVANT,
In again presenting this volume to the world, and especially in doing so under the distinguished patronage of beloved Queen, I trust I feel thankful to God for the favor with which the Infant System has been received, and for all the aid I have enjoyed in my course of labour. Had the measures I originated for the development of the Infant mind and the improvement of the moral character been sanctioned at first, as many now think they should have been, their progress would, undoubtedly, have been far greater; but when I consider what has been accomplished under the Divine benediction, amid greater difficulties than ever beset the path of an individual similarly occupied, I know not how to express the gratitude of