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Sketch of the life of Robert Raikes Esq., and of the history of sunday schools

W. F. Lloyd

Sketch of the life of Robert Raikes Esq., and of the history of sunday schools

by W. F. Lloyd

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Published by Hunt & Eaton in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Raikes, Robert, -- 1735-1811.,
  • Sunday schools -- History.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby W.F. Lloyd.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination125 p. ;
    Number of Pages125
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL20296572M

    For the Sunday-School Jubilee, the Birthday of Robert Raikes, the Founder of Sunday Schools, Septth, I. Let songs of praise arise; Teachers, your tribute bring; Let hallelujahs fill the skies, Earth with hosannas ring. Once, by the river-side, A little fountain rose; Now, like the Severn's sea-ward tide, Round the broad world it flows. After accumulating materials from books, papers and correspondents, the plan which seemed to me most natural was to give, in the first chapter, an outline of the efforts to establish Sunday Schools prior to Mr. Raikes' time; in the second, sketch the life of Mr. Raikes previous to his publishing the first notice of his Schools; in the third. Sunday School Beginning Robert Raikes. The Sunday school movement, as we know it today, began in July at the suggestion of William King in Dursley Tabernacle, Gloucestershire. The grave of William King () is in the Dursley Tabernacle today, and on it is a claim by the 19th-century dissenters that William King had the original vision of Sunday Schools and suggested it to. sketch of the life op robert raikes, esq,, history of sunday sce~qls. fxox trz london edition. new york: phillips & hunt. cincinnati: hitchcock & walden.

    Sunday schools were first set up in the 18th century in England to provide education to working children. William King started a Sunday school in in Dursley, Gloucestershire, and suggested that Robert Raikes start a similar one in Gloucester. Raikes was editor of the Gloucester Journal. He wrote an article in his journal, and as a result. Robert Raikes - The Man Who Founded the Sunday School published by J Henry Harris and published by Classics. In , the story of Sunday School began when Robert Raikes walked down the steps from his second storey printing office to the street below. - Explore dayk's board "RAIKES", followed by people on Pinterest. See more ideas about How to make handbags, Potrait painting and Sell vinyl records pins.   In a letter to a friend, he explained that his vision was to "create a new race out of what others called waste." By the time Robert Raikes died, over four hundred thousand children were enrolled in Sunday Schools. The story you are about to read was first told to a Sunday 5/5(1).

    W. F. Lloyd has written: 'John Robins, the sailor' 'Sketch of the life of Robert Raikes Esq., and of the history of sunday schools' -- subject(s): History, Sunday schools Asked in Authors, Poets.   Impressed by the Sunday school work of Robert Raikes which tallied with ideas he had earlier tried to implement, a Baptist deacon named William Fox called for an association to assist and promote Sunday schools. On September 7, , Fox headed up a meeting at 4 PM at Paul’s Head Tavern in l prominent philanthropists took part. American Baptist Publication Society: Robert Raikes: his Sunday schools and his friends; including historical sketches of the Sunday school cause in Europe and America. (Philadelphia, American Baptist publication society, [?]) (page images at HathiTrust). ] Memoir of Robert Raikes. Sunday-schools in other parts of the city, and now a whole parish has taken up the object: so that I flatter myself ili time the good effects will appear so conspicious as to become generally adopted. The num-ber of children at present thus engaged on the Sabbath, are between two and three.


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Robert waited three years to see if his Sunday schools were a success. Then he printed a story about the new Sunday schools. Soon, about 4, new Sunday schools were started in towns all over England. Robert even used his printing press to publish reading books, spelling books, Bible study books, and copies of the Scriptures for the Sunday File Size: KB.

Robert Raikes, British journalist, philanthropist, and pioneer of the Sunday-school movement. His philanthropic work began with a concern with prison reform. The son of a printer and newspaper publisher (the Gloucester Journal), Raikes succeeded to his father’s business in   Inthe story of Sunday School began when Robert Raikes walked down the steps from his second story printing office to the street below.

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He was educated at The Crypt School ality: British. Synopsis Inthe story of Sunday School began when Robert Raikes walked down the steps from his second story printing office to the street below. There, he encountered a wash woman that complained that the swearing of the children on the Sabbath Day made it sound more like hell than heaven.5/5(1).

ROBERT RAIKES'S "OWN" SUNDAY SCHOOL MEMORIAL TOWER TABLET FACSIMILE OF LETTER WRITTEN BY MR. RAIKES IN (Bound up in the Volume.} INTRODUCTION. 1HAVE been asked to say a few words by way of Preface to these and work new Robert of Raikes, Some schools.

reminiscences of following pages work his and so kind, so good, is regarded. Raikes, Robert the noted English philanthropist who founded the modlern Sunday-school (q.v.), was a native of Gloucester, England, where he was born Sept.

14, His ancestors were people of good rank, and some of them are distilnglished as clergy and politicians. His father was a printer and an editor. This medal, found in a field at Aughton, was struck to mark the th anniversary of the foundings of the sunday school movement by Robert Raikes in Raikes was a Gloucester newspaper.

Then he printed a story about the new Sunday schools. Soon, about 4, new Sunday schools were started in towns all over England. Robert even used his printing press to publish reading books, spelling books, Bible study books, and copies of the Scriptures for the Sunday schools.

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