Denominational School Board : report from the Denominational School Board from 1st January to 31st December 1851

Corporate Author: Victoria. Denominational School Board
Other Authors: Pohlman, Robert Williams, 1811-1877
Published: Melbourne : John Ferres, Government Printing Office, 1852
Parliamentary Paper Number: Parliamentary paper (Victoria. Parliament) ; 1852-53
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Item Description: "Laid upon the Council table by the Colonial Secretary by command of His Excellency the Lieutenant Governor and ordered by the Council to be printed 7th July 1852"
"Robert Williams Pohlman, Chairman of the Denominational School Board"
Contents: Report -- A summary of the totals for each quarter in the year 1851 -- Summary shewing the totals in each denomination for the year 1851 -- Summary for the year 1851 denominational schools situated in Melbourne and Geelong -- Summary for the year 1851 denominational schools situated out of Melbourne and Geelong -- A summary shewing the totals of the town and country schools, with the number per cent. of each on the whole number -- Abstract of teachers' returns, for the year 1851, of denominational schools situated in Melbourne and Geelong -- Abstract of teachers' returns, for the year 1851. Denominational schools situated out of Melbourne and Geelong
Schools listed (Church of England): Ashby, Barrabool Hills, Belfast, Bourke St. (girls/infants), Brighton, Broadmeadows, Bulleen, Christchurch, Geelong (boys/girls/infants), Collingwood (boys/girls/infants), Kilmore, Newtown (Geelong), Pentridge, Point Henry, Portland, Richmond, Russell St. (boys), St. James (boys/girls/infants), St. John's (boys/girls), St. Kilda, Sth. Geelong, Stephen St. (boys/girls/infants) and Williamstown
Schools listed (Free Presbyterian): Boningyong
Schools listed (Independent): Collins St., East (boys/girls/infants) and Little Bourke St., West
Schools listed (Presbyterian): Bald Hill, Campbellfield, Collins St., East, Geelong, Kangaroo Ground, King St., Plenty and Portland
Schools listed (Roman Catholic): Ashby, Bacchus Marsh, Belfast, Boroondara, Brighton, Collingwood, Fyan's Ford, Geelong, Kilmore, Little Bourke St., West, Mount Moriac, Pentridge, Point Henry, Portland, Richmond, St. Francis (boys/girls), St. Patrick's (boys/girls), Warringall and Williamstown
Schools listed (Wesleyan): Brighton, Collingwood, Collins St., West, Geelong, Lonsdale St., East, Newtown (Geelong), Pentridge and Richmond
Other mentions: Ballan 8, Ballarat 7, Barrabool Hills 8, Belfast 7, Rev. Dr. Braim 7, Brighton 8, Broadmeadows 8, Buninyong 7,8, Burnbank 8, Mr Campbell (school inspector) [3], Census 5, Census of 1841 6, Mr Childers (school inspector) [3], Mr Childers' Half-yearly Report 5, Church and Schools Estates fund 6, Church of England 5,6,11,12,13, Colac 8, Colony [of Victoria] [3],4,5,6,7,8,9, Denominational School Board [3],4,5,6,7,8,9, Denominational School Office [3], Department [3], Free Presbyterian [church] 11,13, Geelong [3],4,12,13,14,15,16,17,18, General Return of Schools attached to this Report 4,5, The Glenelg 8, Government of NSW 6, Rev. Mr Hastie 7, Heidelberg 8, Independent [church] 11,12, Irish National Schools 6, Kilmore 8, Kyneton 8, [C. J. La Trobe] Lieutenant Governor [3],6, Legislative Council [3],5, Melbourne [3],4,5,6,12,13,14,15,16,17,18, National Board of Education (Sydney) [3], New South Wales [3], Point Henry 8, Portland 8, Presbyterian [church] 6,11,12,13, Report of Denominational School Board for 1850 [3],7, Report of Denominational School Board for 1851 6,9, Returns of Schools for 1851 4, Roman Catholic [church] 6,11,12,13, Separation [of NSW and Vic.] [3],6, Seymour 8, Sydney [3],6, Victoria [3],6, [Victorian] Government 4,5,6,8,9, The Wannon 8, Warrnambool 8, Wesleyan [church] 11,12,13 and Winchelsea 8
Physical Description: 18p. ; 33cm.