We are glad to be able to speak very highly
of the Journal of Education as a monthly organ of the teaching profession, which also appeals to many outside that. profession. The opinions expressed in it are decided, yet couched in moderate language ; the "Cores. apondence " columns show us a variety of questions ably discussed ; and the reviews of books are written with great care. We note as especially worthy of commendatim in the August number, a lively article, just a trifle too long, on Madame Daoier, under the title of A Seventeenth•Conniry Blae•Stocking," and a notice of Mr. Mayor's "Chapters on English Metre."