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GOODENOUGH HOUSE ACADEMY,
LITTLE EALING, MIDDLESEX.
As frequent enquiries have been made about the Plan of this School, since the Pupils recited a Greek and French Tragedy, the Principal has detailed, below, the Course of Studies pursued by the Pupils, as the most convenient method of answering such applications.
GOODENOUGH HOUSE ACADEMY is an Establishment for a select number of Young Gentlemen, which has been conducted for several years by WILLIAM MọSELEY, L L.D. assisted by three resident under-masters--Classical and Mathematical - French and GermanWriting, Arithmetical, &c.
The School is divided into Six Forms, and when a Pupil is received, he is appointed to that Form which his acquirements qualify him to join.
The Studies of the Six Forms are arranged as follows, and the present advancement of the Pupils may be understood from this arrangement. First Form.-Latin-Eton Grammar, Valpy's Delectus, Exempla Mi.
nora ; Geography, Writing, Arithmetic. Second Form.-Latin-Eton Grammar, Exempla Minora, Cornelius
Nepos ; Greek-Eton Grammar; Geography, Writing, Arithmetic.
• The following is a copy of the bills printed for the use of the Company.
Part 1.-Greek Tragedy of (Edipus, at Colonus, abridged by W. Moseley, LL.Þ. to be Recited in the original language. G. Antigone and Ismene, B. and B. Theseus, W. Creon, L. Polyaices, S. Coloniate, D. Messenger. Chorus, Magistrates of Colonus (the Chorusses were sung in Greek to a Greek melody, supplied by Dr. Crotch). Speakers of tbe Chorus, P. and M. Stropbe, B. C. M. W. C. A. M. &c. Antistrophe, M. A. B. F. &c. Scene before Colonus.
Part II. --Miscellanies. The Winter Piece, B. Alexander et Latro, translated into Latin, by the Third Form. Corporal Trim's Eloquence, B. Edward and Warwick, translated into German Blank Verse, by L. W. and B. Beggar's Petition, translated into French Verse, by L. A. Alexander Selkirk, F. Scena di Regalo, from Metastatio, L. and W. Brutus and Cassius, translated into Latin, by G, B. and G. Ode a la Paix, from Rousseau, M. Mabomet and Zopirus, translated into English Blank Verse, by B. W. and B. Died Von Der Gloke, translated into German, from Schiller, by L. The Ode on Cecilia's Day, G.. .
Part III.-Sylla. Tragedie en cinc actes par Mon. Jouy. Sylla, L. Faustus Sylla, B. Claudius, G. Catilina, W. Roscius, B. Metellus, S. Lænas, C. Teucer, P. Valerie, B. Scene, Palais de Sylla. . .
The following is an abstract from the account of these performances in the Morning Post." The Greek tragedy being the cbief novelty excited much interest, especially as the Chorusses were sung to Greek melodies. A Tutor of one of the Colleges, and several members of the University of Cambridge, were among tb. audience, which consisted of 150 persons of rank and fashion." &c. &c.
Electa, Exempla Minora, Nonsense Verses; Greek-Eton Grammar, Valpy's Delectus, Greek Exercise Made Easy,* Construction of Maps, Writing, Arithmetic. Fourth FORM.-Latin-Bradley's Prosody, Eclogues, Æneid, and Geor
gics of Virgil, Exempla Moralia, Hexameter and Pentameter Verses; Greek-Eton Grammar, with notes, Xenophon's Anabasis, Greek Exercises Made Easy, Geography, Construction of Maps, Arithmetic,
Algebra, Euclid, Writing, English Composition. Fifth FORM.---Latin-Salust, Horace's Satires, Odes, and Art of Pos
try, Valpy's Elegantiæ Latinæ, Hexameter, Sapphic, &c. Verses; Greek - Acts of the Apostles, Homer's Iliad, Huntingford's Exercises, Algebra, Euclid, Globes, Geography, Constructions of Maps, Writing,
Arithmetic, English Compositions, &c. Sixth Form.-Latin-Livy, Cicero, &c., Valpy's Elegantiæ Latinæ ;
Greek-Demosthenes, Sophocles, Euripides, and Sandford's Greek Exercises, Algebra, Euclid, Composition, Trigonometry, &c. Eloquence, &c.
Al the Forms read the Sacred Scriptures, History, Homer, and Milton daily: receive instructions in English Grammar, Orthographr, &c. The fourth, fifth, and sixth Forms draw Maps of the four quarta of the world, England, &c. without copies.
The French language is studied by every Pupil under a native rest dent teacher, who is directed by the Principal to teach his Pupils mot only to read and write, but to speak the language correctly. Lessons are given to every Papil in the German language, whose friends with them to learn it. There are five at present learning German, without interrupting their Classical Studies.
With a view to train Pupils for Society and Business, successful mex are adopted to teach them to think, compose, and deliver their opinions
The Principal, every Friday evening, delivers a Lecture on Astronomy, Pneumatics, or Electricity, aided by appropriate instrument machines, telescopes, phantasmagora apparatus, &c.; and reads original Lectures adapted to the capacities of Boys on the Evidences of Chris tianity, Chemistry, Belles Lettres, Ancient History, Logic, &c. The senior Boys have the use of the Library of the Principal, consisting of 1000 books. The Pupils take all their meals with the Principal, without restraint of appetite.
The Pupils have separate beds, and every accommodation for dressing, &c. in their chambers. There are two commodious school-rooms A play-ground of four acres, surrounded with a high wall and para fence. The Pupils attend the parish church.
The Vacations begin on the i7th of June and the 17th of December and finish on the 24th of July and the 24th of January.
Pupils who remain during the Vacation pay in proportion to the annu terms. Clothes linen, &c. and every necessary provided if required.
Terms, including every expense, sixty guineas a year for Pupils under 14, and eighty for those above that age. Six Library Pupils at op hundred guineas. No extra charges for Books, &c. No deduction for absence between the Quarters.
Previously to quitting the School, and independent of the Quar ter begun, either a notice of three months is required, or the paymen of three months board, &c.
References to be obtained at the School.
Bills to be paid half-yearly, at Messrs. Cockburn, and Co. Bankers Whitehall, or at Little Ealing.
* This Work has been used in the School for several months, and will be sbor published. A Dictionary of the Quantity of Every Syllable in the Latin Lads, with authorities from the Poets, composed by the Principal has been just puose by Mr. Cadell, Strand; and W. Blackwood, Edinburgh.