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PRINTED BY GEORGE E. EYRE AND WILLIAM SPOTTISWOODE,
PRINTERS TO THE QUEEN'S MOST EXCELLENT MAJESTY.
FOR HER MAJESTY'S STATIONERY OFFICE.

SCIENCE AND ART DEPARTMENT

OF THE COMMITTEE OF COUNCIL ON EDUCATION.

SOUTH KENSINGTON.

ESTABLISHED in connexion with the Board of Trade in March 1853 as a development of the Department of Practical Art, which in 1852 had been created for the re-organisation of Schools of Design. Placed under the direction of the Committee of Council on Education in 1856.

Lists of Presidents and Vice-Presidents.
Board of Trade.

1852. Rt. Hon. H. Labouchere, M.P., President.
Rt. Hon. J. W. Henley, M.P.
1853. Rt. Hon. Edward Cardwell, M.P.
1855. Rt. Hon. Lord Stanley of Alderley.

Committee of Council on Education.

1856. Rt. Hon. Earl Granville, K.G., Lord President.

Rt. Hon.W.E. Cowper,M.P., Vice-President. 1858. Most. Hon. Marquess of Salisbury, K.G. Rt. Hon. Sir C. B. Adderley, K.C.M.G., M.P.

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1859. Rt. Hon. Earl Granville, K.G.

Rt. Hon. Robert Lowe, M.P.

1864. Rt. Hon. H. A. Bruce, M.P., Vice-President.

1866. His Grace the Duke of Buckingham and Chandos.

Rt. Hon. H. T. Lowry Corry, M.P.

1867. His Grace the Duke of Marlborough, K.G. Rt. Hon. Lord Robert Montagu, M.P.

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1868. Most. Hon. the Marquess of Ripon, K.G. Rt. Hon. W. E. Forster, M.P.

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1873. Rt. Hon. Lord Aberdare.

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Rt. Hon. W. E. Forster, M.P., V.P.

Lord President.

His Grace the Duke of Richmond, K.G.

Vice-President of the Committee of Council on Education.
The Right Hon. the Viscount Sandon, M.P.

OFFICE HOURS, TEN TO FOUR.

GENERAL ADMINISTRATION.

Secretary.-Sir Francis R.Sandford, C.B.
Assistant Secretary.-Norman MacLeod.
Chief Clerk.-G. Francis Duncombe.

First-class Clerks.-A. J. R. Trendell; Alan S.
Cole; F. R. Fowke; A. S. Bury.

Second-class Clerks.-J. B. Rundell; H. W.
Williams; E. Belshaw; G. G. Millard; A. F.
E. Torrens; O. J. Dullea.

Postal Clerk.-W. Burtt.

Clerk of Accounts.-Vacant.

Book-keeper.-T. A. Bowler.

Assistant Book-keeper.-E. Harris.

GENERAL STORES.

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Subjects.

X.-Inorganic Chemistry.-E. Frankland,
D.C.L., Ph.D., F.R.S.

XI.-Organic Chemistry.-E. Frankland,
D.C.L., Ph.D., F.R.S.
XII.-Geology.-A. C. Ramsay, LL.D.,F.R.S.
XIII.-Mineralogy.-W. W. Smyth, M.A.,
F.R.S.

XIV.-Animal Physiology.-T. H. Huxley,
LL.D., F.R.S.

XV.-Elementary Botany.-W. T. T. Dyer,
M.A., B.Sc.

XVI.-General Biology.-T. H. Huxley,
XVII.S LL.D., F.R.S.; W. T. T. Dyer, M.A.,

B.Sc.

XVIII.-Mining.-W. W. Smyth, M.A., F.R.S.
XIX.-Metallurgy.-J. Percy, M.D., F.R.S.
XX.-Navigation.-J. Woolley, LL.D.
XXI.-Nautical Astronomy.-J. Woolley,
LL.D.

XXII.-Steam.-T. M. Goodeve, M.A.
XXIII.-Physical Geography.-D. T. Ansted,
M.A., F.R.S.

ART DIVISION.
Director-E. J. Poynter, A.R.A.
Official Inspector.-H. A. Bowler.
Occasional Inspectors.-S. A. Hart, R.A.; F. B.
Barwell; W. B. Scott.

Official Examiner.-T. Chesman, B.A., LL.B.
Assistant Professional Examiner.-J. A. D.
Campbell.

Professional Examiners.-Sir F.Grant,P.R.A.;
Sir M. Digby Wyatt; J. C. Horsley, R.A.;
F. Leighton, R.A.; F. R. Pickersgill, R.A.;
C. W. Cope, R.A.; H. Weekes, R.A.; R. Red-
grave, R.A.; J. Marshall, F.R.S.,F.R.C.S.
Occasional Examiners.-G. M. Atkinson; G.
R. Redgrave.

Inspectors of Local Schools of Science and Art.
-R. G. Wylde; J. F. Iselin, M.A.; E. P.
Bartlett; Arthur Lennox.

Organising Master of Science and Art Classes.
-J. C. Buckmaster, F.C.S.

NATIONAL ART TRAINING SCHOOL.
Principal.-E. J. Poynter, A.R.A.
Head Master.-J. Sparkes.
Registrar.-R. W. Herman.

Mechanical and Architectural Drawing.-
H. B. Hagreen.

Geometry and Perspective.-E. S. Burchett. Painting, Freehand Drawing of Ornament,&c., the Figure and Anatomy, and Ornamental Design.-R. W. Herman; R. Collinson; C. P. Slocombe.

Modelling.-F. M. Miller.

Lady Superintendent of Female Students.-Miss Trulock.

Female Teachers.-Mrs. S. E. Casabianca; Miss Channon.

Lecturer on Anatomy for 1875-6.-E. Bellamy, F.R.C.S., Eng.

Teacher of Etching Class.-A. Legros.

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Decorative Artist.-R. Townroe.

Instructor in Decorative Art.-F. W. Moody. Editor of Catalogues and Referee for Libraries.

-J. H. Pollen, M.A., late Fellow of Merton College, Oxford.

Museum Keeper (Art Collections).-G. Wallis. Museum Keeper (National Art Library).-R.

H. Soden Smith, M.A., Trinity College, Dublin, F.S.A.

Museum Keeper (Educational Library and Collections).-A. C. King, F.S.A.

Assistant Museum Keepers.-W. Matchwick, F.L.S.; H. Sandham; R. Laskey; C. B. Worsnop; R. F. Sketchley, B.A., Exeter College, Oxford; H. E. Acton; J. W. Appell, Ph.D.; T. Clack; J. Barrett, B.A.; C. H. Derby, B.A. Museum Clerks.-M. Webb; H. M. Cundall; L. Finding.

Provisional Assistants.--H. Vernon; A. Masson; W. E. Streatfeild; F. Coles; W. G. Johnson; G. H. Wallis.

Superintendent for Examples and Publications.-J. Cundall.

BETHNAL GREEN BRANCH OF THE SOUTH KENSINGTON MUSEUM. (Opened on June 24, 1872.)

GEOLOGICAL SURVEY. Director-General.-A. C. Ramsay,LL.D., F.R.S. Director for England and Wales.-H. W. Bristow, F.R.S.

Director for Ireland.-E. Hull, M.A., F.R.S. Director for Scotland.--A. Geikie, F.R.S. Naturalist.-T. H. Huxley, LL.D., F.R.S. Paleontologist.-R. Etheridge, F.R.S.

ROYAL SCHOOL OF MINES AND MU-
SEUM OF PRACTICAL GEOLOGY.

Director.--
Keeper of Mining Records.--Robert Hunt,
F.R.S.

Assistants.--Richard Meade; James B. Jordan.

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Natural History.-T. H. Huxley, LL.D., F.R.S.
Physics.-F. Guthrie, B.A., Ph.D.

Applied Mechanics.-T. M. Goodeve, M.A.
Metallurgy.-J. Percy, M.D., F.R.S.
Geology.-A. C. Ramsay. LL.D., F.R.S.

Mining and Mineralogy.-W. W. Smyth, M.A.,
F.R.S.

Mechanical Drawing.-Rev. J. H. Edgar, M.A. Museum open every week-day but Friday, and on Saturdays and Mondays till 10 p.m., except from the 10th of August to the 10th of September.

EDINBURGH MUSEUM OF SCIENCE AND
ART.

Director.-Prof. T. C. Archer, F.R.S.E.
Keeper of Natural History Collections.-R.
H. Traquair, M.D.

Curator.-Alexander Galletly.

Assistant in Natural History Museum-J. Gibson.

Assistant in Industrial Museum.-J. Paton. Clerk.-W. Clark.

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ROYAL DUBLIN SOCIETY.

President.- His Excellency the Lord Lientenant.

Secretaries.-G. W. Maunsell, A.M.; Lawrence Waldron, D.L.

Registrar and Assistant Secretary.-W. E, Steele, M.D.

Treasurer, &c.-H. C. White.

Director of Natural History Museum.-A. Carte, M.D.

Keeper of Minerals.-Dr. J. Emerson Reynolds. Librarian.-E. R. P. Collis.

Temporary Assistant.-H. W. D. Dunlop. Director of Botanic Gardens, Glasnevin.-D. Moore, Ph.D.

ZOOLOGICAL GARDENS, DUBLIN. Secretaries.-Professor M'Dowel, M.D.; Rev.S. Haughton, M.D., F.R.S.

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EDUCATIONAL DIVISION.

THE object of this Division of the Museum is to aid all classes of the Public, and especially those engaged in teaching, by bringing together all that is new and worthy of attention in apparatus relating to Education, both in its primary and secondary branches, whether of home or foreign production.

In order to economise as much as possible the time of those seeking information, and to facilitate the means of reference, a system of classification and arrangement of the contents has been adopted, to bring together, as far as practicable, objects of a similar nature, and enable those studying any particular subject to compare one example with another.

The rapid formation of the Educational Museum has been greatly aided by the liberal and ready assistance given by the producers of Educational Works and Apparatus; a large proportion of the Collection being the voluntary contributions of Authors and Publishers.

Each object is distinctly labelled with its name and uses, the retail price, the name of the donor or exhibitor, and the publisher's address where it may be obtained.

The Museum is open free on Mondays, Tuesdays, and Saturdays. The Students' days are Wednesdays, Thursdays, and Fridays, when the public are admitted on the payment of sixpence each person. The hours on Mondays, Tuesdays, and Saturdays are from 10 a.m. till 10 p.m., on Wednesdays, Thursdays, and Fridays. from 10 a.m. till 4, 5, or 6 p.m., according to the season.

Tickets of admission to the Museum, including the Art Library and Educational Reading-room, are issued at the following rates;-weekly, 6d.; monthly, 1s. 6d. ; quarterly, 3s.; half-yearly, 6s.; yearly, 10s. Yearly tickets are also issued to any school at 17., which will admit all the pupils of such school on all Students' days. Tickets to be obtained at the Catalogue Sale Stall of the Museum.

It is requested that Students consulting the Collection will take every care of the publications passing through their hands. Persons seeking further information should apply to the Keeper of the Educational Division of the Museum.

By order of the Committee of Council on Education.
South Kensington Museum, London, S.W.

18th July 1857,

REGULATIONS FOR THE GUIDANCE OF CONTRIBUTORS

TO THE EDUCATIONAL MUSEUM.

1. Contributions forwarded for exhibition will be classified and arranged by the Officers of the Museum, but Exhibitors will bear any depreciation in the value of their contributions that may arise either by accident or from their use by visitors.

2. Exhibitors are requested to furnish a written description of their contributions, giving the names, uses, &c.; from these descriptions labels will be prepared and attached to the specimens.

3. It is desirable that the usual retail price should be distinctly marked on all articles sent for Exhibition.

4. As it is the wish of the Committee on Education, and the evident interest of Exhibitors, that the Museum should at all times represent the then existing state of Educational appliances, every facility will be given for the introduction of new Inventions, Books, Diagrams, &c. relative to Education.

5. Books and other Educational appliances out of date, or the utility of which may have been superseded, or Articles that may have become. injured, may be removed or replaced at the option of the Exhibitor.

6. To prevent confusion, and the possibility of Articles being removed by persons not properly authorized by the Exhibitor, due notice in writing of the intention to remove articles must be given, and no Book or object is to be removed until it has been exhibited at least twelve months.

7. In order to protect the property of Exhibitors, no article will be allowed to be removed without a written authority from the Director of the South Kensington Museum.

8. The Books and other objects in the Museum will be open to Students, and to the Public, for inspection and study, under such regulations as are usually found convenient in a Public Library.

9. A catalogue will from time to time be published, to keep pace, as much as possible, with the additions to the Museum, and the withdrawals from it.

10. All contributions forwarded to the Museum to be addressed to the Director, South Kensington Museum.

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