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ELEMENTS OF ANALYTICAL ( EOMETRY.
By Arthur Sherburne Hardy, Ph.D. Pro-
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ALSO JUST PUBLISHED: HARPER'S INDUCTIVE GREEK METHOD.
By. Prof. Wm. R. HARPER, Ph. D., Yale University, and WX. E. WATERS, Ph. D., Cincinati ** HARPER'S INDUCTIVE LATIN METHOD.
By Pror. WM. R. HARPER, Ph. D., Yule l'niversity, and Isaac B. Burses, A. M., Latin 3** ***
Rogers High School, Newport, Rhode Island. For introduction, each, $1.00.
The method emplored in these books is that followed by Professor Harper with such signal ress in his classes at Chatauqua and elsew here. A sentence of ihe original text is first placed it fore the pupil. The pronunciation and exact translation of each word are furnished him. With the aid which the teacher gives him in advance, and with the material given in the book. thoroughly masters the words and plirases of this sentence nr section. His knowledge is tesielt requiring him to recite or write the Geek or Latin sentence as the case may be, with opisie translation before his eye. With this as the foundaton, and with adequate notes, the words to transposed and introduced in various relations, care being taken to prevent the memonzing 021.9 Greek or Latin text, without a clear idea of the force of ench. READING IN NATURAL HISTORY.
ANIMAL MEMOIRS. By SAMUEL LOCKWOOD, Ph. D. Part I.-MAMMALS. Cloth, 12 mo. 317 pages.
Part II.-BIRDS. Clet 12 mo. 397 pages.
For introduction, 60 cents each. “ Dr. Samuel Loxkwood has written in 'Animal Memoirs's really fascinating book. His stu** of the animals he has known are told with tenderness and humor; his descriptions of the charm ters, the idiosyncrasies of his friends, are full of sweet, attractive feeling, as well as scientific Accuracy. It is a book which will not only delight children, but will teach the most valoable icon. ons of loving kindness."'- New York Tribune.
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ELEMENTS OF COMPOSITION AND RHETORIC, with Copious Exercises in Criticism and Construction. By VIRGINIA TADDY, Teacher of Rhetoric in the Richmond High School, Richmond, i Cloth, 12 mo.; $1.35. THE attention of educators is called to this volume, which fills a need occuring in the experience of every teacher. It is so thoroughly graded as to render the student's
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The several chapters discussing the nature and formation of the various kinds of etence, the different methods of expressing a thought, the transformation of the eleits of a sentence, the accurate use of synonymous words, the value and beauty of gery, the qualities of simplicity, perspicuity, energy, harmony, and the special prop
ex of style, with practice on every point discussed-all combine to render this work mr of the most valuable text-books on the subject of Rhetoric.
TESTIMONIALS. Prom Thos. R Price, M. A., Ph. D., Professor Greek, Columbia College, N, Y.-In my opinion, Pages 2-75, making the scientific grammar the basis of practical composition, are the best treat
of the matter that I have seen in text-books. From W. F Fox, A. M.. Principal Richmond High School.--For our purposes, Waddy's Coinposistand Rhetoric is the best book on the subject that we know.
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Fron John P. McGuire, M. A., Principal of McGuire's School, Richmond, Va.--I have no hesita" in determining to use it in my own classes,
From Clarence B. Wallnce, M. A., Principal University School, Nashville, Tenn.-The book is comde and practical, treating in a thorough manner, subjects that are tou often omitted in similar
From the Southwestern Journal of Education, Nashville. Tonn.- This is a practical treatise on Com*v*tion and Rhetoric, and one of the best ever published.
Proin the Wisconsin Journal of Education.-The book contains admirable exercises in composi10. reproductions, paraphrases, developments, drill exercises of various sor s, ingenious, abuna't and practical; and the material for them is good literature, such as will form correct tastes 4. proper ideals.
From the Normal Inder, Harrisonburg, Va. This is an excellent work for the high schools. The tal subjects rereive attention. The treatment of dictation is complete. Most teachers find great
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Proin the Popular Educator, Boston, Mass.-It strikes us as a book of unusual excellence. Prom the Pacific EDUCATIONAL JOURNAL, Sun Francisco.-In plan and execution the book may * considered a success.
From the Southern Churchman.- For really scientific development of the art of writing, and for all en practical purposes of teaching it, this book strikes us as a distinct advance upon previous publistions of its class.
Prom the Central Presbyterian-The work is eminently worthy the attention of teachers, and may box studied to great advantage by all who wish to improve in the art of writing.
From the Missionary Weekly.-The writer shows ability, skill and good taste, and an enthusiastic appreciation of her task in the work before us.
From the Richmond Dispatch.--Its contents are such as to commend it to universal favor. ught to extend the fame of our High School all over the world.
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EDITION OF 1888.
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NOW Common School Series.--Nos. 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10. Shorter Course.—Nos. 1, 2, 3,
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THE SPENCERIAN COPY BOOKS in their various editions have long been recogmuzed as the National Standard. Keeping pace with the general improvement in methods of teaching, the publishers after several years of careful and painstaking preparation now have ready the edition of 1888, which they feel confident will be recognized at once as the highest type of work ever reached in this department. From the educational or the artistic standpoint, these books spe equally meritorious.
ALSO JUST PUBLISHED: HARPER'S INDUCTIVE GREEK METHOD.
By. Prof. Wm. R. HARPER, Ph. D., Yale University, and WM. E. WATERS, Ph. D., Cincinati, O. HARPER'S INDUCTIVE LATIN METHOD.
By Pros. WM. R. HARPER, Ph. D., Yale University, and Isaac B. BURGES, A. M., Latin Master
Rogers High School, Newport, Rhode Island. For introduction, each, $1.00. The method employed in these books is that followed by Professor Harper with such signal sucmuss in his classes at Chatauqua and elsewhere. A sentence of the original text is first placed before the pupil. The pronunciation and exact translation of each word are furnished him. With the aid which the teacher gives bim in advance, and with the material given in the book, he thoroughly masters the words and phrases of this sentence or section His kno edge is tested by requiring him to recile or write the Greek or Latin sentence, as the case may be, with only the translation before bisse. With this as the foundaton, and with adequate notes, the words are transposed and introduced in various relations, care being taken to prevent the memorizing of the Greek or Latin text, without a clear idea of the force of each. READING IN NATURAL HISTORY.
ANIMAL MEMOIRS. By SAMUEL LOCKWOOD, Ph. D. Part I.-MAMMALS. Cloth, 12 mó. 317 pages. Part II.—BIRDS. Clotb, 12 mo. 397 pages. For introduction, 60 cents each.
** Dr Samuel Lockwood has written in Animal Memoirs' a really fascinating book. His stories of the animals he has known are told with tenderness and humor; his descriptions of the characters, the idiosyncrasies of his friends, are full of sweet, attractive feeling, as well as scientific accuracy. It is a book which will not only delight children, but wiļl teach the most valuable lesons of loving kindness."— New York Tribune.
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