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BY THE SAME AUTHOR.
Second Edition, greatly enlarged, price 3s. 6d. 1. OUTLINES of PHYSICAL GEOGRAPHY, descriptive of the Inorganic Matter of the Globe and the Distribution of Organised Beings; designed for the Use of Schools. By EDWARD HUGHES, F.R.G.S., Assoc, Inst. C.E., Head Master of the Royal Naval Lower School, Greenwich Hospital. With Eight Maps by W. Hughes, F.R.G S.
Part I., price is. II. A MANUAL of EXPLANATORY ARITHMETIC, including numerous carefully constructed Examples, for the Use of Elementary and other Schools, and Private Pupils.
Price 1s. 60. III. ARITHMETICAL EXERCISES, with Answers; being a Companion to the Explanatory Arithmetic. Designed for the Use of Teachers.
Just published, price 25. 60. IV. An INTRODUCTORY ATLAS of MODERN GEOGRAPHY, for the Use of Schools and Families.-Comprising 12 Maps engraved on steel by W. HUGHES, F.R.G.S., and printed in colours by Hanhart, exhibiting the physical features and political divisions of the most important countries of the globe. With an introductory chapter containing suggestive hints upon the method of learning geography.
List of Maps,-1. The World in Hemispheres. 2. Europe. 3. Asia, 4. Africa. 5. America. 6. Australia and Polynesia. 7. The British Islands. 8. England and Wales. 9. Scotland. 10. Ireland. 11. Canaan, as divided among the tribes, illustrating the Old Testament. 12. Palestine in the time of Our Lord, illustrating the New Testament,
Price 1s. 6d. V. An ATLAS of PHYSICAL GEOGRAPHY. By W. HUGHES, F.R.G.S. Comprising Maps of the World. ). Showing the Distribution of Land and Water. 2. Illustrating the Principal Features of the Land, 3. Illustrating the Divisions and Movements of the Waters of the Globe. 4. Illustrating the Geographical Distribution of some of the Principal Phenomena of Meteorology :-Rain Map. 5. Showing the Geographical Distribution and Limits of Cultivation of some of the Principal Plants useful to Mankind. 6. Showing the Geographical Distribution and Range of some of the Prin. cipal Members of the Animal Kingdom :-Distribution of Man. 7. Illustrating the Productive Industry of Various Countries, and exhibiting the Principal Localities of Commerce and Navigation. 8. Physical Map of the British Islands.
In the Press. VI. The PHYSICAL, POLITICAL, INDUSTRIAL, and COMMERCIAL GEOGRAPHY of the BRITISH ISLANDS and the COLONIAL EMPIRE of GREAT BRITAIN. With Illustrative Maps.
LONDON : Longman, Brown, Green, and Longmans. EDINBURGH: A. and C.
Black. DUBLIN: Hodges and Smith.