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Hew Geographical Treaders.
To meet the Requirements of Circular 228.
By J. R. BLAKISTON, M.A.,
TRIN. COLL. CAMB.; AUTHOR OF
With numerous Maps and Illustrations.
BOOK I., FOR STANDARD I. 100 pages, 40 Lessons,
a Map, and 31 Illustrations. Fcap. 8vo, limp cloth, 8d. ; full
bound, cloth boards, iod. BOOK II., FOR STANDARD II. 119 pages, 40 Lessons,
a Map of England, and 38 Illustrations. Fcap. 8vo, full
bound, cloth boards, is. BOOK III., FOR STANDARD III. 168 pages, 63 Lessons,
13 Maps, and 18 Illustrations. Fcap. 8vo, full bound, cloth
boards, Is. 3d. BOOK IV., FOR STANDARD IV. 160 pages, 61 Lessons,
7 Maps, and 16 Illustrations. Fcap. 8vo, full bound, cloth
boards, is. 3d. BOOK V., FOR STANDARD V. 184 pages, 60 Lessons,
16 Maps, and 22 Illustrations. Fcap. 8vo, full bound, cloth
boards, Is. 4d. BOOK VI., FOR STANDARD VI. 208 pages, 64 Lessons,
17 Maps, and 13 Illustrations. Fcap. 8vo, full bound, cloth boards, Is. 6d.
These Books contain a sufficient number of Lessons and of pages to satisfy all the Requirements of the Educational Code and of the recent Circular.
Send for Specimen GRIFFITH, FARRAN, OK WEST CORNER OF ST. PAUL'S
FOR THE STANDARDS.
POETRY FOR THE YOUNG, the most complete collection of high-class Poetry in the English Language, has met with so favourable a reception that its Publishers have determined to bring it out in a form and at a price which will place it within the reach of EVERY CHILD IN EVERY
With this end in view, SEPARATE BOOKS have been prepared for the SEPARATE STANDARDS, the choicest Poems in the collection having been selected for the purpose, and the utmost pains having been taken to make the print, paper, and binding as perfect as possible.
The Prices and sizes of the Books are as follows :-
4d. In order to economize space, the texts only of the Poems have been given ; but the Teacher who possesses the complete work (either in one volume or in the four parts) will find everything explained that can possibly need explanation.
16 pp. 32 pp. 32 pp. 48 pp. 48 pp.
POETRY FOR THE YOUNG.
A GRADUATED COLLECTION IN FOUR PARTS. Part I. 9d. Part III.
IV. Part I. is recommended for the lower Standards ; Part II. for the higher; Part III. as a Reading-book (under the New Code) for Standards V., VI., and VII. ; and Parts III. and IV. (which can be procured in one volume) as Class-books of Poetry for Candidates and Pupil 'Teachers.
"We cannot too highly recommend the care, the discrimination, and the sound taste that have presided over the selection of this volume of “Poetry for the Young:"-Standard.
'It is the first successful effort to produce a really well graduated book of poetry for the young.'-Schoolmistress.
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