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Elements of algebra, by A. Ingram and J. Trotter - Page 1
by Alexander Ingram - 1844
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Religion in Connexion with a National System of Instruction

William Maxwell Gunn - Religious education - 1840 - 496 pages
...this once done, their foundation is sound, and their progress sure. And let both parents and teachers bear in mind that these are the only means to acquire real knowledge. Many em. pines are abroad recommending various easy roads to languages and the other sciences. In mere superficial...
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Introductory Latin Delectus: with a copious vacabulary

George Ferguson (LL.D.) - 1843 - 168 pages
...this once done, their foundation is sound, and their progress sure. And let both parent« and teachers bear in mind that these are the only means to acquire...recommending various easy roads to languages and the other iciemee. In mere superficial accomplishments, w here failure is of small importance, their schemes...
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History of Great Britain and Ireland

Henry White - 1849 - 550 pages
...this once done, their foundation is sound, and their progress sure. And let both parents and teachers bear in mind that these are the only means to acquire real knowledge." The leading reviews and journals throughout the country have all characterized Dr M'Culloch's initiatory...
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British Textbook and School Apparatus Catalogs

South Kensington Museum - Publishers' catalogs - 1857 - 772 pages
...this once done, their foundation is sound, and their progress sure. And let both parents and teachers bear in mind that these are the only means to acquire real knowledge." The leading reviews and journals throughout the country have all characterized Dr M'CuUoch's initiatory...
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School Geography

James Clyde - 1864 - 484 pages
...this once done, their foundation is sound, and their progress sure. And let both parents and teachers bear in mind that these are the only means to acquire real knowledge," PUBLISHED BY OLIVER AND BOYD. HISTOBY OF ENGLISH LITEEATTJEE ; With an OUTLINE of the ORIGIN and GROWTH...
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Elementary geography

James Clyde - 1864 - 178 pages
...this once done, their foundation is sound, and their progress sure. And let both parents and teachers bear in mind that these are the only means to acquire real knowledge." The leading reviews and journals throughout the country have spoken of Dr M'Culloch's Class-books in...
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An abstract of general geography

John White - 1865 - 90 pages
...this once done, their foundation is sound, and their progress sure. And let both parents and teachers bear in mind that these are the only means to acquire real knowledge." The leading reviews and journals throughout the country have spoTfen .;/'/!,- IH'CMocKs Class-boolu...
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A system of modern geography, with the outlines of astronomy

John White - 1866 - 328 pages
...this once done, their foundation is sound, and their progress sure. And let both parents and teachers bear in mind that these are the only means to acquire real knowledge." BY JOHN WHITE, PEIS, LATB TEACHEH OF ENGLISH, GEOGRAPHY, AND HISTOBY, EDINBURGH. THE FIEST BOOK for...
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The progressive English grammar. [With] Key

Walter Scott Dalgleish - 1868 - 196 pages
...this once done, their foundation is sound, and their progress sure. And let both parents and teachers bear in mind that these are the only means to acquire real knowledge." Poetical Beading-Book, with Aids for Grammatical Analysis, Paraphrase, and Criticism ; and an Appendix...
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A system of geography, including also the elements of astronomy

Thomas Ewing (of Edinburgh.) - 1868 - 492 pages
...this once dontt, their foundation is sound, and their progress sure. And let both parents and teachers bear in mind that these are the only means to acquire real knowledge." Poetical Reading-Book, with Aids for Grammatical Analysis, Paraphrase, and Criticism ; and an Appendix...
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