Class-book of geography

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Page 11 - Summary and Order of Merit for each Month, for each Quarter, and for the Year. For Schools in general, and constructed to furnish information required by Government. 2d. SCHOOL REGISTER OF ATTENDANCE, ABSENCE, AND FEES: adapted to the Provisions of the New Codes for England and Scotland.
Page 13 - Traveller's COMPANION. Containing an Introduction to French Pronunciation ; a -Copious Vocabulary ; a very complete Series of Dialogues on Topics of Every-day Life ; Dialogues on the Principal Continental Tours, and on the Objects of Interest in Paris; with Models of Epistolary Correspondence.
Page 4 - The names of places are accented, and accompanied with short descriptions, and occasionally with the mention of some remarkable event. To the several countries are appended notices of their physical geography, productions, government, and religion ; concluding with an outline of sacred geography, problems on the use of the globes, and directions for the construction of maps.
Page 15 - THE acknowledged merit of these school-books, and the high reputation of the seminary from which they emanate, almost supersede the necessity of any recommendation. The "Latin " and " Greek Rudiments " form an introduction to these languages at once simple, perspicuous, and comprehensive. The "Latin Rudiments...
Page 7 - Watts' Catechism of Scripture History, and of the Condition of the Jews from the Close of the Old Testament to the Time of Christ. With INTRODUCTION by WK TWEEDIE, DD 2s.
Page 14 - Lennie's Principles of English Grammar. Comprising the Substance of all the most approved English Grammars, briefly defined, and neatly arranged ; with Copious Exercises in Parsing and Syntax. New Edition ; with the author's latest improvements, and an Appendix in which Analysis of Sentences is fully treated.
Page 3 - We have been struck with the ability and value of this work, which is a great advance upon previous Geographic Manuals. . . . Almost for the first time, we have here met with a School Geography that is quite a readable book, — one that, being intended for advanced pupils, is well adapted to make them study the subject with a. degree of interest they have never yet felt in it. ... Students preparing for the recently instituted University and Civil Service examinations will find this their best guide.
Page 6 - Dr White is remarkably happy in combining convenient brevity with sufficiency of information, clearness of exposition, and interest of detail. He shows great judgment in apportioning to each subject its due amount of consideration.
Page 14 - KEY, Is. This work follows the natural mode in which a child learns to speak its own language, by repeating the same words and phrases in a great variety of forms until the pupil becomes familiar with their use. Caron's First French Reading-book: Being Easy and Interesting Lessons, progressively arranged. With a copious Vocabulary of the Words and Idioms in the text. Is.

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