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" ... in subordination to the rest of the narrative, the growth of Law and of the Constitution. History of England for Junior Classes; with Questions for Examination. Edited by HENRY WHITE, BA, Trinity College, Cambridge, MA and Ph. Dr. Heidelberg. Is. "
Practical Arithmetic, for Senior Classes - Page 6
by Henry G. C. Smith - 1882
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Histoire de la France, racontée à la jeunesse

Jules Raymond Lamé Fleury - France - 1880 - 342 pages
...by HENRY WHITE, BA, Trinity College, Cambridge, MA and Ph. Dr. Heidelberg. Is. 6d. Athcnœvm. — " A cheap and excellent history of England, admirably...invested his narrative with an interest too often »antins in larger historical works. History of Great Britain and Ireland ; with an Account of the...
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Rudiments of modern geography

Alexander Reid - Geography - 1851 - 134 pages
...by Dr WHITE. Fcap 8vo, 190 pages, Is. 6d. bound. Pint published in January I851. ATIIKN.I'.UM. — " A cheap and excellent history of England, admirably adapted for the use of junior classes. Within the compass of about 180 12mo pages, the editor has managed to give all the leading facts of...
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Outlines of universal history

Henry White - 1853 - 282 pages
...bound. " A cheap and excellent history of England, admirably adapted for the useofjuniorclasses. . . . It is surprising how successfully the editor has not...interest too often wanting in larger historical works. The information conveyed is thoroughly sound; and the utility of the book is much increased by the...
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British Textbook and School Apparatus Catalogs

South Kensington Museum - Publishers' catalogs - 1857 - 772 pages
...due emphasis on those turning point» which mark our progress both at home and abroad. The Tarions changes that have taken place in our constitution are briefly but clearly described. It ii surprising how successfully the editor1 has not merely avoided the obscurity which generally accompanies...
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First French reading-book, by J. Caron

Jules Caron - 1861 - 108 pages
...each Chapter. Edited by HENRY WHITE, 15. A. Trinity College, Cambridge, JVl.A. and Ph. Dr. Heidelberg. "A cheap and excellent History of England, admirably adapted for the use t)f junior classes. Within the compass of about 1HO IS,no pages the editor has managed to give all...
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A compendium of modern geography

Alexander Stewart - 1864 - 684 pages
...turning points which mark our progress both at home and abroad. The various changes that have taken placy in our constitution are briefly but clearly described. It is surprising how successfully the editor has imt merely avoided the obscurity which generally accompanies brevity, luit invested his narrative with...
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Key to Italian Grammar

E. Lemmi - Italian language - 1865 - 116 pages
...each Chapter. Edited by Dr WHITE. Fcap. 8vo, 190 pages, Is. 6d. bound. 13th Edition. Athen(viim.~" A cheap and excellent history of England, admirably adapted for the use of junior classes. Within the compass of about a hundred and eighty duodecimo pages, the editor has managed to give all...
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Key to Melrose's Arithmetic

Alexander Trotter (of the Scottish inst.) - 1866 - 254 pages
...each Chapter. Edited by Dr WHITE. Fcap 8vo, 190 pages, Is. fid. bound. 14th Edition. Athenamm. — "A cheap and excellent history of England, admirably adapted for the use of junior classes. Within the compass of about a hundred and eighty duodecimo pages, the editor has managed to give all...
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History of Great Britain and Ireland

Henry White - Great Britain - 1868 - 554 pages
...point* which mark onr progress both at home and abroad. The various changes that hare taken place in onr constitution are briefly but clearly described. It...the obscurity which generally accompanies brevity, bat invested his narrative with an interest too often wanting in larger historical works. The information...
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The progressive English grammar. [With] Key

Walter Scott Dalgleish - 1868 - 196 pages
...by HENRT WHITE, BA, Trinity College, Cambridge, MA and Ph. Dr. Heidelberg. Is. 6d. .iKf.uin. — " A cheap and excellent history of England, admirably adapted for the use of junior Classen. Within the compass of about a hundred and eighty duodecimo pages, the editor has managed to...
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