But there is no essential difference in mathematics taught in military college and mathematics taught in Queen's University or anywhere else. These schools and colleges are doing this part of the work of education and can be relied upon to do it. Then you have civil engineering, and to that the same statement applies. Then you have a professor of physics and chemistry. These branches are taught equally well in other institutions. You have a French teacher and an English teacher. For French, English, mathematics, physics, chemistry and civil engineering you have instructors and professors in the military college ; and all these branches are taught at least equally well in other institutions. I go further and say that they are taught better. You cannot put a French teacher into the military college to give what time he can to boys who enter at seventeen years of age and expect him to do much in teaching them French. He may keep up the French they have, he may even help those who are English to leam a
Subtopic: ROYAL MILITARY COLLEGE-SALARIES.