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41, 231, 342 1890 No imperial office.

1 $0.22 23, 895, 413 1890 | Ritter v. Madeysky, minister of 2

public instruction. $1,037, 683 $1,338, 896 $5, 296, 779 $2. 48 45 17, 335, 929 1890 Count A. Csáky, niinister of wor. 3

ship and instruction. 3, 961, 383 6. 42 .65 6,069, 321 1890 M.J. de Burlet, minister of the in.

terior and of instruction, a 3, 154, 375 1888 G. Jivkov, minister of public in.

struction. 2, 185, 335 1830 A. H. F.C. Goog, minister of eccle. 6

siastical attairs and public in

struction. 032, 421,000 7.57 81 38,095, 156, 1891 M. Léon Bourgeois, minister of 7

public instruction and tine arts. 49, 428, 470 1890 No imperial oflice. Each of the 26 8

States has its own school system. 2. 66 1, 603, 506 1890 Dr. v. Köller, minister of the inte. 9

rior.
332, 457 7.13

1.22
271, 963 1890 Dir. Teichmüller, superintendent. 10

general.
* 869, 812 2. 71 52 | 1, 657, 867 1890 Dr. H. Nokk, minister of justice, 11

worship, and instruction. 5,869, 573 5.14 1.05 5,591, 982 1890 Dr. L. v. Müller, minister of wor. 12

ship and instruction. 257. 131 8.30 1. 43 180, 413, 1890 Dr. A. Gauli, senator, chief of 13

school council. * 294, 690 4. 27 .73 403, 773 1890 | C.v. Schmidt-Ghiseldeck, president | 11

of consistory. 974, 273 10.80 1. 57 622,530 1890 Dr. J. O. Stammann, senator, chief 15

of school council. 1,940, 826 10.06 1. 95 992, 883 1890 Dr. H. Knorr v. Rosenroth, presi. 16

dent of lepartment of schools. *08,640 2.91

128, 495 1890 G. Steneberg, president of consis. 17

tory. 100, 249 8. 88 1.31 76. 485 1890 Dr. W. H. Brehmer, senator, chief of : 18

school council. 578, 342 1890 J. v. Amsberg, minister of justice, 19

worship, and instruction.

97,978 1890 Dr. Piper, president of consistory. 20 496. 123 8. 20 1. 40 354, 968 1890' Mutzenbecher, president of Prot. 21

estant school council. 37, OCO, 067 7.32 1.27 29, 957, 367 189) Dr. Bosse, minister of worship, in. 22

struction, and medical atlairs. * 68, 497 2.91

119,811 1890 Dr. v. Vollert, chief of section of 23

church and school affairs.
72. 005

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1. 15 62, 754, 1890 I. Gerold, inspector general of 24
schools.

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170, 864 1890 C. L.Vogel, president of consistory. 25
208,721 0.27 1.01

206, 513 1890 E. Anacker, ministerial counsclor. 1 26 246, 712 6.23 1. 10 223, 832' 1890 F. Heim. minister of worship and 27

instruction. 388, 89?

6. 60

1. 20 326, 091 1900 Dr. v. Boxberg, counselor of state. 28 3, 320, 331 1,030, 338 4,357, 069 6.59 1. 24 3,502, 681 90 P.v. Seydlewitz, minister of worship, 29

and instruction, * 29, 610 4. 37

39, 163 1890 Langertelut, counselor of state. | 30 71,581 4. 91 83 85, 863 1890 Hanthal, couuselor of state.

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* From State only. a Incumbent at date of the report. 6 Public schools only.

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1885
886, 850
665, 584 1,552, 434' 8. 14'1,057, 277 68.10

25, 271 48 Sweden....... 1891

692, 360 14.41

13, 797 49 Switzerland

1891
281, 032 268, 035 549, 067 18.7

87 7,559 3, 490 11,019 British India: 50 Bengal.. 51 Bombay Pres. 1891-92 477, 031 41, 253 518, 284 2 413, 427 79.76

idency. 52 Burniah (up. 1891-92

e 57, 034 2 per). 53 Burwah (low. 1891-92 67. 529 14, 200 81, 729 1.75

er). 54 Mysore 1891-92

75, 670 1.12 55 Japan

1891.2, 174, 273 917, 270 3,091, 543 7.39, 2, 334, 103 75. 49,65, 460) 4, 148 69, 608 56 Cape of Good 1892

s 83, 254 5.45 Nope. a The numbers of pupils in some German States in this year's review are smaller than in the list presented last year, because not until this year could all duplication of names be eliminated (elementary and continuation schools). For the first time in the history of this Bureau have returns from all German States been received.

0 No exact records of this are kept in central school offices of German States. The average daily attendance in elementary schools is said to be not less than 90 per cent of the enrollment. cIncludes private schools not aided by Gorernment. dIn ambulatory schools in 1886. e Also 10,277 pupils in private schools. Colony and Territories all ages and all races; white, 22,090; also in private schools, 37,920.

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55, 794
5.34 .98 57, 281 1890 V. Saldern, counselor of state.

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3. 90 .602, 036, 522 1890 Dr. v. Sarwey, minister of worship | 34

and instruction. a39, 919, 145 7.92 1.35 29, 403, 346 1892 Committee of council on education: 35

Lord president for England and Scotland, Right Hon. Earl of Kimberley vice-president for Eng. land; Right Hon. A. H. Dyke Acland vice-president for Scotland; Right Hon. Sir G. 0. Tre

veiyan. a6,038, 754 8.86 1.50 4,025, 647 1891

36 5, 294, 329 6. 48 1. 12 4, 704, 750 1891 Commissioners of national educa. 37

tion in Ireland. 6 653, 274 6. 46 29 2, 187, 208 1889 M. Kalliphronos, minister of eccle. 38

siastical affairs and public in.

struction. c12, 872, 460 5. 67 .42 30, 347, 291 1891 F. Martin, minister of public in. 39

struction. 3, 538, 150 5, 208, 084 7.88 1. 124, 621, 744 1891 Dr. J.P. Tak van Poortoliet, min. 40

ister of the interior. 1, 399, 707 4. 79 .69 2,001, 000 1891 M. K. Norby, minister of eccle 41

siastical affairs and public in

struction. 1, 190, 465 6.08 .23 4,708, 178 1881 F. F. Pinto Costello Branco, minis 42

ter of the interior. 5,500,000 1892 Tasche Jonescu, minister of pub | 43

lic instruction and ecclesiastical

affairs. 115, 226,542 1889 M. Delianov, minister of public in.

struction. 308, 919 6.16 13 2, 338, 404 1889 Dr. L. Lindelöf, director in charge 45

of schools. 447, 845 6. 47 .27 2,162, 759 1891 Dr. L. Dokitch, minister of public 46

instruction and ecclesiastical

affairs. 3,614, 156 1, 295, 325 4,909, 481 3. 16 .28 17, 550, 246 1887 S. Moret, minister of “Fomento 47

(agriculture, commerce, etc.). 3. 600,000 5.21 .75 4, 802, 751 1891 Dr. G. F. Gilljam, minister of eccle. 48

siastical affairs. 4, 821, 324 8. 78 1. 65 2,933, 612 1888 No federal office; each Canton has 49 its own school system.

50 954, 598 1.84 .031 d 26,834,305 1891 K. M. Chatfield, director of public 51

instruction. 137, 120 2. 40 .04 2, 946, 933 1891 John Vansomeren Pope, director

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.07 4,658, 627 1891 S of public instruction. 283, 772 3.75 .05 4,943, 604 1891 H. J. Bhabha, secretary education 54

department 5, 271, 739 1,374, 392 7,646, 131 2. 47 18 40, 453, 461 1891 Monyé Ki, minister of state for edu. 55

cation.
1,527, 224 1891 Thomas Muir, superintendent gen. 56

eral of education,
* From State only.
a For day and night schools.
b In 1892.
c Includes expenditure for normal schools.
d Population covered by the official report.

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b Winter term. c Includes 37,466 in Roman Catholic separate schools. d Public schools only.

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6,817, 265 1882 Mohammed Zeki Pasha, minister of 57

public works and instruction. $160, 628 $15.83 $1. 64 97, 613 1891 Hon. James Baker, minister of edu. 58

cation. 321, 263 1891 Hon. J. R. Inch, chief superintendo 59

ent of education. 634, 7.27 1. 40 450, 396 1891 Hon. A. H. Mackay, superintendent 60

of education. a3, 626, 597 a8. 08 1.712, 114, 321 1891 Hon. George W. Ross, minister of 61

education. 142, 468 6. 42 1. 30 109, 078 1391 Hon. D. J. Macleod, chief superin 02

tendent of education.
2, 508, 922 9.35 1.68 1,488, 535, 1891 Hon. Gideon Quimet superintendent 63

of public instruction.
Hon.James J. Wickham, superin.

tendent of Roman Catholic

schools. 197, 934 1891 Hon. George S. Milligan, superin. 61

tendent of Methodist schools. William Pilot, superintendent of

Church of England schools. 2,779, 130 5.10 .24 11, 395, 712 1891 J. Garcia Peña, minister of justice 65

and public instruction. C, 857 4.63 45 15, 123 1891 George Simpson, clerk to the board 66

of education. 192, 397 2.29

639, 491 1891 Hon. Thomas Capper, inspector of 67

schools. 111, 292 6. 09 .55 200.028 1891 R. Gervase Bushe, inspector of 68

schools. 553, 333 17.85 .35 1, 538, 133

69 237,012 14.99 97 213, 203 1892 M. E. Jimenez, minister of foreign 70

affairs, ecclesiastical affairs, public instruction, charities, and

justice. 1, 460, 017 1890 L. M. Cabral, minister of public in. 71

struction. 282, 815 1889 J. Bravo, minister of foreign affairs 72

and public instruction. 384, 000 13.05 . 49 777, 895 1891 Dr. Esteban Costro, minister of 73

public instruction and charities. 10,051, 236 43. 99 2. 45 4,086, 492 1887 Dr. E. Costa, minister of justice,

ecclesiastical affairs, and public

instruction.
2, 300,000 1888! L. Paz, minister of the interior.

75 14, 002, 335 1888 Dr. Fernando Lobo, minister of 76

justice and interior. 1, 305, 018 13. 67 2. 48 3, 267, 411 1891 F. Pinto, minister of justice and 77

instruction. 668, 725 9. 13 3, 878, 600 1881 L. Zerda, minister of public instruc- 78

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tion. 176, 325 3. 33 . 13 1, 271, 861 R. Espinosa, minister of justice and 79

public instruction. 329, 645 1887 0. Peña, minister of justice, eccle. 80

siastical affairs, and public in.

struction. 303, 581 5.70 11 2, 700, 945 1876 M. T. Silva, ininister of justice and 81

ecclesiastical attairs. 658, 276 14.31 . 12 676, 955 1889 A. Capurro, minister of agricul. 82 1

tural industry, instruction, and

public works. 363, 050 36.29 .15 2, 323, 527 1891 S. Gandolphy, minister of public 83

instruction.

84 a Public schools only.

348, 566

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