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Per ct.

77. 06

77.35 46. 081 c69.405

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68.10

Austria-Hungary :

Per ct. 1 Austria

1886–87 1, 407, 381 1, 340, 962 2, 748, 347 11.72 2 Hungary

1886-87

1, 872, 095

11.07 3 Belgium

1887-88 331, 424 272, 644

604, 068 10.11 4 France

1887 2, 789, 685 2,736, 680 a5, 520, 365 11.58 Germany : 5 Bavaria a.. 1884-85 412, 518 430, 110

842, 628 15, 55 6 Bremen (fren city)

1888–89
13, 353 11, 553

24, 906 14.10 7 Hamburg (free city)... 1887-88

31, 232 31, 130

61, 362 11.80 8 Lübeck 1888-89 4, 474 4, 106

8, 580 12. 68 Prussia

1886–87 2, 475, 068 2, 498, 116 4,973, 184 17. 56 10 Saxony.

1888-89
284, 033 294, 761

578, 794

18.20 11 Würtemberg

1888-89 155, 153 170, 067 325, 220 16.30 Great Britain: 12 England and Wales.,... 1888

4,714, 026

16. 46 3, 633, 094 13 Scotland

1888

641, 540 15. 94 496, 239 14 Ireland....

1888 c351, 283 | c359, 752 c711, 035 | c14.69 493, 883 15 Greece ...

1884-85

118, 480 5.38 16 | Italy.

1885-86 1, 049, 640 899, 398 | 1, 919, 038 6.84 17 Netherlands

1888
326, 169 300, 345

526, 514 11. 82 18 ! Norway:

1886-87

218, 408 5. 98 19 Portugal

1885

177, 372

3. 76 20 | Russia ...

1885
1,004, 480

278, 693 1,2-3, 173 1. 24
Finland

1888 d32, 254
d27, 245 d59, 4993

9. 61

{ el52, 3765 22 Spain ....

1885
E86, 850

665, 585 i 1, 552, 434 9.15 1,057, 277 23 | Sweden

1885

693, 680 14. 81 24 Switzezland..

1887 234, 161 233, 436

467, 597

15,81 25 | British India....

1885-86

2,811, 934

1.04 26 Bombay Presidency. 1887-88

409, 164 45, 809 454, 973 2. 76 27 Lower Burmah

1887-88

111, 656 2. 98 28 Japan......

1887
1, 966, 944

794, 929 | 2, 761, 873 7.17 11, 795, 589 29 Algeria ...

1887

f60, 5411

1.80 30 Cape of Good Hope

g10, 0133 1888

85, 080

24. 30 44, 947 31 Egypt... 1887-88

3,387

0.04 Canada: 32 British Columbia. 1887-88

6, 372 12. 88
Manitoba h....

3, 093
1886
9, 041 7, 885

16, 926 25. 66
New Brunswick

8, 128 1888

69, 063 20. 72 Newfoundlandi

31, 169 1887-88

9,017

4. 56 36 Nova Scotia...

4, 533 1888

105, 231 23.89 37 Ontario

46, 790
1888
259, 485 235, 838

435, 323
Prince Edward Island..

25. 75 38

245, 789
1883
12, 438
10, 040
22, 478

20.64 39 Quebec...

12, 248 1888-89 109, 437 110, 707

220, 144 | j16.20 40 Mexico...

161, 379 1888 393, 142 | 150, 835 513, 977 5. 20 41 Jamaica..

1887

62, 424 10.66 42 Trinidad ..

1888

15, 969 8.95 43 Costa Rica.

11,000
1885

7, 355
6,058
13, 413

6.83 44 Guatemala

1888
29, 358
15, 727
45, 085

3. 23 45 Nicaragua

1885-86

13, 600

4.95 46 Argentine Republic.. 1887-88

112, 478 96, 425

208, 903

5. 36 47 Brazil....

176, 259 1885 48 Colombia

1435, 997 3.37 1887-88

27, 092

73, 200 1.87 49 Chili..

1887

81, 362 3. 21 50 Uruguay

1887

30, 572

4.83 51 Venezuela

1886

99, 466 4.68

65. 01

52. 82

48. 54 48.02 11. 76 50.27 44.46 49.62 54. 18 73. 30

68.88

81.37

46, 108

a Not including infant schools (écoles maternelles).
b For public eleinentary only, the enrollment in

these being 4,444,56%.
c Attendance for results period see p. 1440.
d Volksschulen.
e Ambulatory schools.
s Public.

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3. 26 39 | 18 1,065, 821 6.00 .22 19 2, 105, 329 1.64 .02 20

0711, 683 d12.00 .3221 4,909, 481 3.16

28 22 3, 016, 183 4. 39 .65 23 3, 371, 314 7. 20 1.13 24 8, 304, 000

3.00

.03 25 790, 159

1.73

.04 26 121, 713 1.09 03 27 6,927, 777 2. 50 .17 28 536, 771 13. 72

29 953, 834

11. 212.72 30 102, 883

30.36 .01 31

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3, 614, 156 1, 293, 325

61 55 52

6, 128

2, 890

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5.88 1.21 34 21, 232

9.35 0.10 35 617, 879

5. 87 | 1.40 36 3, 283, 392 6.63 1.70 37

131, 169 5.83 1.20 38 ki, 472, 439

39 2,779, 130 5. 10 . 26 40 133, 289

2.13

.23 41 100, 693 6.30 .56 42

43 316, 129 7.01 .22 44

45 5, 169, 655 24. 74 1.32 46

47 668, 725 9.13 .17 48

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CHAPTER XXXIV.

OBITUARY LIST OF NOTABLE EDUCATORS.

Number of deaths, American and foreign, by ages.

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AINSWORTH, Joseph F., in Dedham, Mass., October 20, 1882, aged sixty-nine years;

one of the oldest, best, and most respected of schoolbook publishers in the United States. To his wise foresight the public is indebted for the introduction and success of the Paysou-Dunton writing books, Bartholomew's drawing books, Professor

Crosby's Greek text-books, etc. ALLEN, Nathan, M. D., LL. D., in Lowell, Mass., January 1, 1889, aged seventy-seven

years; began academic studies at seventeen years, matriculating at Amherst Col. lege, 1832; was graduated in the class of 1836; received his medical degree in the Pennsylvania Medical School in 1841; was recently honored with the title LL. D. His published works are “The Opium Trade,” 1853; “Important Medical Problems,”

1874, etc. He was one of the oldest practitioners in Lowell. BARNARD, Frederick Augustus Porter, D. D., LL. D., in New York, N. Y., May, 1889, aged seventy-nine years; president of Columbia College; for many years a most prominent literary man; graduated from Yale College in 1628; was teacher of deafmutes at Hartford and New York; was professor of mathematics and natural history in the University of Alabama, 18:37–38, and of chemistry, 1838-54; then professor ot astronomy in University of Mississippi, 1854 to 1861, becoming president the last two years; 1864 was made president of Columbia College; was president of the society for the advancement of science, and at different times an officer in the

distinctively scholastic associations of Europe and America. BARTLETT, Sidney, LL. D., in Boston, - 1888. He celebrated his ninetieth birth

day the previous week and at the time was actively engaged in practice of law. BOYCE, Rev. J. P., D. D., LL. D., at Pau, France, December 26, 1888, aged sixty

years; president of Southern Baptist Theological Seininary, of Louisville, Ky.; founder of the seminary; president of the Southern Baptist Convention ; a trustee of the “Slater fund," and held many important private and public trusts. His principal published works are: “A Brief Catechism on Bible Doctrines,” “The Doctrine and Uses of the Sanctuary," "The Suffering Christ,” and his largest and greatest work, “Abstracts of Systematic Theology,'' used as a text-book in the

" seminary. BRAISLIN, Priscilla (Mrs. Timothy Merrick), Holyoke, Mass., December 15, 1888; was

born near Burlington, N. J., 1838; for several years taught school in that city was chosen tutor of mathematics and chemistry in Vassar College, 1865; was placed at the head of the mathematical department, which position she held until the

spring of last year, resigning to become the wife of Mr. Merrick. BREWER, Mrs. Gardiner, in Boston, Mass., December 14, 1888, aged eighty-five years; widely known for her numerous gifts to schools and charities.

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