PAGE Application ofrewards 63 Praise and commendation 67 Cooperation of servants 69 Authority of parents 73 Habits ofchildren 75 Theory of politeness-lsocrates and Chesnerfield 7. Dancing-uknecdote of Sophocles 81 Influence ofcompany 85 The acquiring of virtue 33 Beauty of Athenian education 9Q Progressoftfice g3 Dutch fleets in the ltIedrvay-Old Noll .., . 96 Force of Example 97 Learning on compulsion 101 Evil ofhiring nurses 105 Reasoning with children 110 Whipping, reasons pro and can 113 Ancient and modern languages 116 Montaignds ideas of a tutor .. 119 Wealth-Locke's and Aristot1e’s notion 121 Learning less gainful than trencher-making 123 Lilius Gyraldus-hlontaignwlloscoe I24 Courage, learning, wit, &c. 126 Helvétiufs idea of bon tan 128 Knowledge of the world—Anecclote of Aurungzebe 130 Management of youth-Isocrates-Terence 133 Art of reading mankind-Poloniuss advice to Laértes 137 Fashionable learning of the schools 139 Mediocrity in learning-Anecdote of Agricola 141 Government of youth—Familia.rity 144 Reverwence of parents 149 Management of temper I50 Respect for wealth 153 Institutions and manners of the Athenians 155 Curiosity of children-Anecdote 158 Recreation 159 Liberality-Anecdote of Ptolemy Lagus .. 163 Crying ofchildren 165 Courage and fortitude l7l Early fright-often the cause of cowardice 174 Natives of the Philippine isles-Fire an animal 176 Imitation ofSpar-tan discipline 178 Inhuman punishment of cruelty 181 Habit of shedding blood-Anecdote Arguing with the pistol 183 Contempt of the wealthy for the poor 189 Curiosity of children 186 Habitof sauntering 191 “Talesofthe Ranrazfhan" 195