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SCIENCE PRIMERS FOR ELEMENTARY
Under the joint Editorship of Professors HUXLEY, Roscoe, and
“These Primers are extremely simple and attractive, and thoroughly answer their purpose of just leading the young beginner up to the threshold of the long avenues in the Palace of Nature which these titles suggest.
“They are wonderfully clear and lucid in their instruction, simple in
style, and admirable in plan.'—EDUCATIONAL TIMES, CHEMISTRY By H. E. Roscoe, F.R.S., Professor of
Chemistry in Owens College, Manchester. With numerous
“A very model of perspicacity and accuracy."-CHEMIST AND DRUG
PHYSICS-By BALFOUR STEWART, F.R.S., Professor of Natural
Philosophy in Owens College, Manchester. With numerous
PHYSICAL GEOGRAPHY-By ARCHIBALD GEIKIE, F.R.S.,
Murchison Professor of Geology and Mineralogy at Edinburgh. With numerous Illustrations. New Edition, with Questions. 18mo. IS.
“Everyone of his lessons is marked by simplicity, clearness, and correctness,"-ATHENÆUM,
GEOLOGY — By Professor GEIKIE, F.R.S. With numerous
Illustrations. New Edition. 18mo, cloth. IS.
“ It is hardly possible for the dullest child to misunderstand the meaning of a classification of stones after Professor Geikie's explanation.”-SCHOUL
BOARD CHRONICLE, PHYSIOLOGY-By MỊCHAEL FOSTER, M.D., F.R.S. With
numerous Illustrations, New Edition. 18mo. IS.
“The book seems to us to leave nothing to be desired as an elementary text-book."-ĄCADEMY.
SCIENCE PRIMERS Continued
numerous Illustrations. New Edition. 18mo. IS.
“This is altogether one of the most likely attempts we have ever seen to bring astronomy down to the capacity of the young child."-SCHOOL
BOARD CHRONICLE, BOTANY-By Sir J. D. HOOKER, K.C.S.I., C B., President
of the Royal Society. With numerous Illustrations. New Edition. 18mo. IS.
“To teachers the Primer will be of inestimable value, and not only because of the simplicity of the language and the clearness with which the subject matter is treated, but also on account of its coming from the highest authority, and so furnishing positive information as to the most suitable
mehods of teaching the science of botany."—NATURE. LOGIC—By Professor STANLEY JEVONS, F.R.S. New Edition,
“It appears to us admirably adapted to serve both as an introduction to scientific reasoning, and as a guide to sound judgment and reasoning
in the ordinary affairs of life."--ACADEMY, POLITICAL ECONOMY-By Professor STANLEY JEVONS,
F.R.S. 18mo. IS.
“Unquestionably in every respect an admirable primer."-SCHOOL BOARD CHRONICLB.
In preparation :-
ASTRONOMY, by the Astronomer Rogal.
POPULAR ASTRONOMY. With Illustrations. By Sir G. B. Airy, K.C.B., Astronomer Royal. New Edition. 18mo. 45. 6d.
ELEMENTARY LESSONS IN ASTRONOMY. With
"Full, clear, sound, and worthy of attention, not only as a popular exposition, but as a scientific 'Index.'"-ATHENÆUM.
ELEMENTARY CLASS-BOOKS Continued
QUESTIONS ON LOCKYER'S ELEMENTARY LES-
LESSONS IN ELEMENTARY PHYSIOLOGY. With
Unquestionably the clearest and most complete elementary treatise
LESSONS IN ELEMENTARY CHEMISTRY, IN-
As a standard general text-book it deserves to take a leading place."-
"We unhesitatingly pronounce it the best of all our elementary treatises on Chemistry,”-MEDICAL Times.
A SERIES OF CHEMICAL PROBLEMS, prepared with Special Reference to the above, by T. E. Thorpe, Ph.D., Professor of Chemistry in the Yorkshire College of Science, Leeds. Adapted for the preparation of Students for the Government, Science, and Society of Arts Examinations. With a Preface by Professor Roscoe. Fifth Edition, with, Key, 18mo. 25.
ELEMENTARY CLASS-BOOKS Continued
POLITICAL ECONOMY FOR BEGINNERS. By
Clear, compact, and comprehensive.”—Daily News.
ELEMENTARY LESSONS IN LOGIC; Deductive and
"Nothing can be better for a school-book."--GUARDIAN.
LESSONS IN ELEMENTARY PHYSICS. By BALFOUR
“The beau-ideal of a scientific text-book, clear, accurate, and thorough." EDUCATIONAL Times,
THE OWENS COLLEGE JUNIOR COURSE OF
LESSONS IN ELEMENTARY ANATOMY. By St.
“It may be questioned whether any other work on anatomy contains in like compass so proportionately great a mass of information."-LANCET.
“The work is excellent, and should be in the hands of every student of human anatomy.”-MEDICAL TIMES,
ELEMENTARY CLASS-BOOKS Continued-
AN ELEMENTARY TREATISE. By A. B. W.
AN ELEMENTARY TREATISE. By JOHN PERRY,
“The young engineer and those seeking for a comprehensive knowledge of the use, power, and economy of steam, could not have a more useful work, as it is very intelligible, well arranged, and practical throughout." IRONMONGER.
ELEMENTARY LESSONS IN PHYSICAL GEO.
CLASS-BOOK OF GEOGRAPHY. By C. B. Clarke, M.A.,
SOUND-AN ELEMENTARY TREATISE. By W.H. STONE,
M.D., F.R.S. With Illustrations. 18mo. [In the Press.
NATURAL PHILOSOPHY FOR BEGINNERS. By
Others in Preparation.