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freely into college classes with men hundred to the attendance of that
Four of the colleges at Cambridge class of children alone.
The labors of this single agent
Women In College.
are open without restriction to the
relieved the tax-payers of this
Newnham and Girton students.
At a recent meeting of the trus From these, as well as from London city of more expense for pauperism
tees of Columbia College, in this University, Durham, and other for and crime springing from this class
city, a petition signed by 1,009 per eign institutions, there have come of our population than the entire
sons was presented, asking the .Lreports of unqualified fratiafactiop..;,
sties'^i cOliiiL JÏ ï T 7"~~ c .1~"7~ " ■ ~
__ « are department.
Statements of the same import
tend, with as little delay as possi received from American colleges, of
If the Board of Education will
ble, to such properly qualified
which one-half of the entire number rigorously enforce this law accord
women as may desire it, the bene admit women to all their privileges. ing to its letter and spirit, and pro
fits of education in the cojlege, by —Observer.
vide a school for tho delinquents
admitting them to lectures and ex
that are too incorrigible^/) put into
' thiff'pTeserrt ’sdTOuhr; andyet not bad
The petitioners made no demand
enough, to send to the House of
OF THE EFFECTS OF COM
for what was designated co-educa BEM ASKABLE EVIDENCE
Refuge, it is entirely feasible to re
tion. Several letters were read from
The statistics of every country, duce in this city this class of crimi-
eminent advocates of the education
nals, not thirty-six per cent., but
. o f w orn
i i r " E ng l and, show in g' w her e « d u c a tion-i a co mpulsory a n d, ninety per cent., and so quite close
what had been done for them at universal, demonstrate that juvenile up the recruiting dens for the band
Cambridge and other English uni crime may be nearly, if not quite, of young thieves and cut-throats
exterminated by a rigorous enforce
that now infest the city.
The manner of granting the priv ment of juvenile education.
For the relief of tax payers and
The training of a child from eight
ileges desired, is held of little im
portance with those who advocate to fourteen years generally determ for the reform of society, the truan
the more thorough education of ines whether or noU he is to be a cy department of the Board of Ed-
ucation, imperfectly administered
women. On this point, according criminal.
The Grand Duchy of Baden, by a as it is, is yet, according to its cost,
to President Barnard, “ the thing
enforcement of such a law by far the most valuable branch of
which they do actually propose to rigorous
"themselves is to Bt’cnreibrwomen for se von y’ears; neenrding" to *their the cntim..puLJj£_^llCftH<<yal..AXS.
opportunities lor an educational carefully-prepared statistics, reduc- tern of tlw city. - D exter A. H aw
culture as large and liberal as is cd crime in that Duchy fifty-one kins in New York Observer.
provided for the other sex. Since per cent, and pauperism tWenty-
the only institutions which afford tive per cent.
Our Board of Education has not
this culture have hitherto been mo
During February, 1883, there
nopolized by men, and since it is pretended to a rigorous enforcement weie 5 days during which rain and
not possible, cither morally or eco of the compulsory education law, snow fell and an aggregate of 1.81
nomically, to create similar institu- but they have given some enforce in. of water, 13 clear and 9 cloudy
tions fir women exclusively, we ment to it, employing twelve agents days.
make the reasonable demand that of truancy to look after the truants
Hie mean temperature- for the
women shall bd received* into the in over one hundred and fifty month was 33 14 . Highest daily
-«xkting institutions—that is, that thousand children. Their labors, mean temperature fur the month
co education will exist as a result imperfect as they have been, have 52°, on the 28th. Lowest daily
ant fact, though not as an object had a most remarkable effect in re mean 11°, on the 5th.
sought for its own sake.
ducing juvenile crime in this city.
Mean temperature for the month
Ageneial willingness is expres
For the five years immediately at 2 o’clock 1’. M. 40°. Highest
sed to be governed by circumstan preceding the enactment of the temperature for the month a9°, at
ces in adopting a plan for this colle ompulsory education, there were 2 o’clock P. M., on the 28th. Lowest
giate traimug of women. It is said 6,105 arrests of juvenile delinquents temperature 3°, at 7 o’clock A. M ,
that if there are any who object to in this city, being an average of on the 5th.
the arrangement under which, as at 1,221 per year.
Frosts occurred on the 1st, 2nd,
The total arrests of juvenile de 3rd, 4th, 5th, 6th, 7th, Sth, 9th,
University College, London, and at
the Boston, Cornell and Michigan linquents for the last fiv.e years, un 10th, 11th, 12th, 13th, 14lh, 15th,
universities, in this country, young der the enforcement of this law, 16th, 17th, 23rd, 24th ami 25th.
men and young women receive in I have been 4,341, or an average of One and a half inch snow on the
struction in the same class rooms, 868 per year and for the last year 13th; three inch snow on the l ltli.
. at the satrts hours, their\scruples only .7.17.. This, considering the A H disappeared by lhe 18tli, .........
may bo removed by following here, larger population of the city now
The prevailing winds for the
the plan of the Harvard “Annex” than then, is a decrease in-juvenile month were from the North during
and holding the exercises of the crime of thirty-six per cent:,'and is 16 days, South 8 days, S. W. 4
classes separately. The faculty of an annual saving to the city in fu days.
the college also, it is understood, ture criminal expenses of many ' During Feb , 1882, there were 13
rainy ami snowy dava, and 9.00 in.
are ready for either plan, although times the entire cost of enforcing of water, 3 clear and 12 cloudy
the second would impose upon them this law.
Mean temperature for the month
an unnecessary amount of labor. A
A single agent has, in the last
99°. Highest daily, 46°, on the
large correspondence has recently year, by direct arrest of the Italian
Lowest daily, 21°,
been carried'On by persons here in truant-», and by his moral influence
terested in the subject to ascertain in inducing others of them to go to
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