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Macmillan's Primary German Reading. Books. (See also French Authors, page 74.)
GRIMM-KINDER UND HAUSMÄRCHEN.
Edited, with Notes, and Vocabulary, by G. E. FASNACHT. New
HAUFF. DIE KARAVANE. Edited, with Notes and Vocabulary, by HERMAN HAGER, Ph.D. Lecturer in the Owens College, Manchester. New Edition, with Exercises, arranged by G. E. FASNACHT. 35.
SCHMIDT, CHR. VON.-H. VON EICHENFELS.
with Notes, Vocabulary, and Exercises, by G. E. Fasnacht.
Macmillan's Foreign School Classics.
Edited, [In the press.
FREYTAG (G.).—DOKTOR LUTHER.
STORR, M.A., Head Master of the Modern Side, Merchant Taylors' School.
GOETHE-GÖTZ VON BERLICHINGEN.
Edited by FRANCIS
Edited by H. A.
BULL, M.A., Assistant Master at Wellington College. 25. GOETHE-FAUST.
PART I., followed by an Appendix on PART Edited by JANE LEE, Lecturer in German Literature at Newnham College, Cambridge. 4s. 6d.
HEINE-SELECTIONS FROM THE REISEBILDER AND OTHER PROSE WORKS. Edited by C. COLBECK, M.A., Assistant-Master at Harrow, late Fellow of Trinity College, Cambridge, 2s. 6d.
LESSING.-MINNA VON BARNHELM. Edited by JAMES
SCHILLER-MARIA STUART. Edited by C. SHELDON, M.A.,
SCHILLER.-WALLENSTEIN. Part I. DAS LAGER. Edited by H. B. COTTERILL, M. A. 25.
UHLAND-SELECT BALLADS. Adapted as a First Easy Reading Book for Beginners. With Vocabulary. Edited by G. E. FASNACHT.
*Other Volumes to follow.
(See also French Authors, page 75.)
Pylodet.-NEW GUIDE TO GERMAN CONVERSATION; containing an Alphabetical List of nearly 800 Familiar Words; followed by Exercises; Vocabulary of Words in frequent use; Familiar Phrases and Dialogues; a Sketch of German Literature, Idiomatic Expressions, &c. By L. PYLODET. 18mo, cloth limp. 2s. 6d.
Whitney.-Works by W. D. WHITNEY, Professor of Sanskrit and Instructor in Modern Languages in Yale College.
A COMPENDIOUS GERMAN GRAMMAR. Crown 8vo. 4s. 6d. A GERMAN READER IN PROSE AND VERSE. With Notes and Vocabulary. Crown 8vo. 5s.
Whitney and Edgren.-A COMPENDIOUS GERMAN AND ENGLISH DICTIONARY, with Notation of Correspondences and Brief Etymologies. By Professor W. D. WHITNEY, assisted by A. H. EDGREN. Crown 8vo. THE GERMAN-ENGLISH PART, separately, 5s.
Vincent and Dickson.
HANDBOOK TO MODERN GREEK. By Sir EDGAR VINCENT, K.C.M.G. and T. G. DICKSON, M.A. Second Edition, revised and enlarged, with Appendix_on_the_relation of Modern and Classical Greek by Professor JEBB. Crown 8vo. 6s.
Dante. THE PURGATORY OF DANTE. Edited, with Translation and Notes, by A. J. BUTLER, M.A., late Fellow of Trinity College, Cambridge. Crown 8vo. 12s. 6d.
THE PARADISO OF DANTE. Edited, with Translation and Notes, by the same Author. Crown 8vo.
Calderon.-FOUR PLAYS OF CALDERON. Edited, with
Barker.-FIRST LESSONS IN THE PRINCIPLES OF COOKING. By LADY BARKER, New Edition. 18mo. IS. Berners.-FIRST LESSONS ON HEALTH. By J. BERNers. New Edition. 18mo. IS.
Fawcett.-TALES IN POLITICAL ECONOMY. By MILLICENT GARRETT FAWCETT. Globe 8vo. 35.
Frederick.-HINTS TO HOUSEWIVES ON SEVERAL POINTS, PARTICULARLY ON THE PREPARATION OF ECONOMICAL AND TASTEFUL DISHES. By Mrs. FREDERICK. Crown 8vo. 15.
"This unpretending and useful little volume distinctly supplies a desideratum The author steadily keeps in view the simple aim of making every-day meals at home, particularly the dinner, attractive,' without adding to the ordinary household expenses."-SATURDAY REVIEW.
CUTTING-OUT AND DRESSMAKING.
From the French of Mdlle. E. GRAND'HOMME.
Jex-Blake.-THE CARE OF INFANTS. A Manual for Mothers and Nurses. By SOPHIA JEX-BLAKE, M.D., Member of the Irish College of Physicians; Lecturer on Hygiene at the London School of Medicine for Women. 18mo. IS. Tegetmeier.-—HOUSEHOLD
MANAGEMENT AND COOKERY. With an Appendix of Recipes used by the Teachers of the National School of Cookery. By W. B. TEGETMEIER. Compiled at the request of the School Board for London. 18mo. IS. Thornton.-FIRST LESSONS IN BOOK-KEEPING. By J. THORNTON. New Edition. Crown 8vo. 2s. 6d.
The object of this volume is to make the theory of Bock-keeping sufficiently plain for even children to understand it.
A KEY TO THE ABOVE FOR THE USE OF TEACHERS AND PRIVATE STUDENTS. Containing all the Exercises worked out, with brief Notes. By J. THORNTON. Oblong 4to. IOS. 6d.
HE SCHOOL COOKERY-BOOK. Compiled and Edited by C. E. GUTHRIE WRIGHT, Hon Sec. to the Edinburgh School of Cookery. Wright.-THE MIDDLE CLASS COOKERY BOOK. By [In preparation.
Miss ROMLEY Wright.
ART AND KINDRED SUBJECTS. Anderson.-LINEAR
PERSPECTIVE, AND MODEL DRAWING. A School and Art Class Manual, with Questions and Exercises for Examination, and Examples of Examination Papers. By LAURENCE Anderson. With Illustrations. Royal
Collier.-A PRIMER OF ART. With Illustrations. By JOHN
Cook. THE NATIONAL GALLERY: A POPULAR HAND-
*** Also an Edition on large paper, limited to 250 copies.
Delamotte.-A BEGINNER'S DRAWING BOOK. By
Taylor.-A PRIMER OF PIANOFORTE PLAYING. By FRANKLIN TAYLOR. Edited by Sir GEORGE GROVE. 18mo. IS.
WORKS ON TEACHING.
Arnold.-REPORTS ON ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS. 1852-
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Carter.-EYESIGHT IN SCHOOLS. A Paper read before the Association of Medical Officers of Schools on April 15th, 1885. By R. BRUDENELL CARTER, F. R. C. S., Ophthalmic Surgeon to St. George's Hospital. Crown 8vo. Sewed.
Fearon.-SCHOOL INSPECTION. By D. R. FEARON, M.A., Assistant Commissioner of Endowed Schools. New Edition. Crown 8vo. 2s. 6d.
Geikie.-THE TEACHING OF GEOGRAPHY. A Practical Handbook for the use of Teachers. By ARCHIBALD GEIKIE, F. R.S., Director-General of the Geological Survey of the United Kingdom, &c. (Being the Introductory Volume to Macmillan's Geographical Series.) Crown 8vo. Gladstone.-OBJECT TEACHING. A Lecture delivered at the Pupil-Teacher Centre, William Street Board School, Hammersmith. By J. H. GLADSTONE, Ph.D., F.R.S., Member of the London School Board. With an Appendix. 8vo. 3d.
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MARK. By Dr. HERTEL, Municipal Medical Officer, Copen-
For other Works by these Authors, see THEOLOGICAL
Abbott (Rev. E. A.)-BIBLE LESSONS.
By the Rev.
E. A. ABBOTT, D.D., Head Master of the City of London
Wise, suggestive, and really profound initiation into religious thought." GUARDIAN.
Abbott-Rushbrooke.—THE COMMON TRADITION OF THE SYNOPTIC GOSPELS, in the Text of the Revised Version. By EDWIN A. ABBOTT, D.D., formerly Fellow of St. John's College, Cambridge, and W. G. RUSHBROOKE, M.L., formerly Fellow of St. John's College, Cambridge. Cr. 8vo. 35. 6d. The Acts of the Apostles. Being the Greek Text as revised by Profes ors WESTCOTT and HORT. With Explanatory Notes for the Use of Schools, by T. E. PAGE, M. A., late Fellow of St. John's College, Cambridge; Assistant Master at the Charterhouse. Fcap. 8vo. 4s. 6d.
Arnold. Works by MATTHEW ARNOLD, D.C.L., formerly Professor of Poetry in the University of Oxford, and Fellow of Oriel. A BIBLE READING FOR SCHOOLS.-THE GREAT PROPHECY OF ISRAEL'S RESTORATION (Isaiah, Chapters xl.-lxvi.). Arranged and Edited for Young Learners. Edition. 18mo, cloth. IS.
ISAIAH XL.-LXVI. With the Shorter Prophecies allied to it.