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A Woman's Secret; or, How TO MAKE HOME HAPPY. Thirtieth
By the same Author, uniform in size and price.
A Chapter of Accidents; or, THE MOTHER'S ASSISTANT IN CASES OF
Pay to-day, Trust to-morrow; a Story illustrative of the Evils of the Tally System. Seventh Thousand.
Nursery Work; or, HANNAH BAKER'S FIRST PLACE. Fifth
The Cook and the Doctor; or, CHEAP RECIPES AND USEFUL
Home Difficulties; or, WHOSE FAULT IS IT? A Few Words on the
Family Prayers for Cottage Homes, with Passages from the
TAKING TALES FOR COTTAGE HOMES.
1. The Miller of Hillbrook: a Rural Tale.
2. Tom Trueman, A SAILOR IN A MERCHANTMAN.
3. Michael Hale and his Family in Canada.
4. John Armstrong, THE SOLDIER.
5. Joseph Rudge, THE AUSTRALIAN SHEPHERD,
6. Life Underground; OR, DICK THE COLLIERY BOY. 7. Life on the Coast; OR, THE LITTLE FISHER GIRL.
8. Adventures of Two Orphans in London.
9. Early Days on Board a Man-of-War.
10. Walter the Foundling: a Tale of Olden Times.
11. The Tenants of Sunnyside Farm.
12. Holmwood; OR, THE NEW Zealand SettLER.
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His name was Hero. By the Author of "The Four Seasons." Frontispiece by SIR W. CALCOTT, R.A. Super Royal 16mo, price ls. sewed.
By the same Author.
How I Became a Governess. Third Edition. Price 2s. cloth; 2s. 6d.,
Dicky-Birds: a True Story. Third Edition. Price 6d.
The Grateful Sparrow: a True Story. Fifth Edition, price 6d.
The Hare that Found his Way Home. From the French of P. J.
True Stories from Ancient History, chronologically arranged from the Creation of the World to the Death of Charlemagne. Twelfth Edition. 12mo, 5s, cloth.
True Stories from Modern History, from the Death of Charlemagne
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Mrs. Trimmer's Concise History of England, revised and brought down to the present Time. By Mrs. MILNER, With Portraits of the Sovereigns. 5s. cloth.
Rhymes of Royalty: the History of England in Verse, from the Norman Conquest to the reign of VICTORIA; with a summary of the leading events in each reign. Fcap. 8vo. 2s. cloth.
The First Book of Geography; specially adapted as a Text Book for Beginners. By HUGO REID. Fourth Edition, revised. 18mo, 1s. sewed.
"One of the most sensible little books on the subject of Geography we have met with."-Educational Times.
Gaultier's Familiar Geography. With a concise Treatise on the Artificial Sphere, and two coloured Maps, illustrative of the principal Geographical Terms, Sixteenth Edition. 16mo, 3s. cloth.
Butler's Outline Maps, and Key, or GEOGRAPHICAL AND BIOGRA-
Pictorial Geography. For the use of Children. Presenting at one view Illustrations of the various Geographical Terms, and thus imparting clear and definite ideas of their meaning. On a Large Sheet. Price 2s. 6d. in Tints; 5s. on Rollers, varnished. Tabular Views of the Geography and Sacred History of Palestine, AND OF THE TRAVELS OF ST. PAUL. Intended for Pupil Teachers, and others engaged in Class Teaching. By A. T. WHITE. Oblong 8vo, price Is, sewed.
A Compendious Grammar, AND PHILOLOGICAL HAND-BOOK OF THE ENGLISH LANGUAGE, for the use of Schools and Candidates for the Army and Civil Service Examinations. By JOHN GEORGE COLQUHOUN, Esq., Barrister-at-Law. Fcap. 8vo.
"A real and very useful accession to the list of English manuals.”— Educational Times.
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Grammar made Intelligible to Children. New and Revised
Edition. By GEORGE DARNELL. Price 1s, cloth.
Parsing Simplified: an Introduction and Companion to all Grammars; consisting of Short and Easy Rules, with Parsing Lessons to each. By THOMAS DARNELL. Third Edition. Price 1s.
"Sound in principle, singularly felicitous in example and illustration; and the boy that will not learn to parse on Mr. Darnell's plan, is not likely to do so on any other."-Morning Post.
The Child's Grammar. Mrs. Lovechild.
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A Word to the Wise, or HINTS ON THE CURRENT IMPROPRIETIES OF EXPRESSION IN WRITING AND
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GWYNNE. Thirteenth Thousand.
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"All who wish to mind their p's and q's should consult this little volume." Gentleman's Magazine.
Harry Hawkins's H-Book; showing how he learned to aspirate his H's. Frontispiece by H. WEIR. Third Edition. Super royal 16mo, price 6d.
"No family or schoolroom within, or indeed beyond, the sound of Bow bells, should be without this merry manual."-Art Journal. The Prince of Wales's Primer. With 340 Illustrations by J. GILBERT. New Edition, price 6d.; Illuminated Cover and Title, 1s.
ARITHMETIC AND ALGEBRA.
Arithmetic made Intelligible to Children. By GEORGE DARNELL. Price 1s. 6d, cloth.
One Thousand Arithmetical Tests, or THE EXAMINER'S Assistant. Specially adapted, by a novel arrangemement of the subject, for Examination Purposes, but also suited for general use in Schools. By T. S. CAYZER, Head Master of Queen Elizabeth's Hospital, Bristol. Sixth Edition, with a complete set of Examples and Models of Work. Price 1s. 6d.
Answers to the above, 1s. 6d. cloth.
One Thousand Algebraical Tests; on the same plan. Second Edition. 8vo, price 2s. 6d. cloth.
Answers to the Algebraical Tests, price 2s. 6d. cloth. Theory and Practice of the Metric System of Weights and Measures. By Professor LEONE LEVI, F.S.A., F.S.S. Third Edition. Sewed 1s.; or on cloth boards, 1s. 6d.
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The educational Code of 1871 prescribes that in all Schools the Children in Standards V. & VI. should know the principles of the Metric System.
The Essentials of Geometry, Plane, and Solid, as taught in Germany and France. For Students preparing for examination, Cadets in Naval and Military Schools, Technical Classes, &c. By J. R. MORELL, formerly one of Her Majesty's Inspectors of Schools. With numerous Diagrams. Price 2s., cloth.
ELEMENTARY FRENCH WORKS.
Le Babillard: an Amusing Introduction to the French Language. By a FRENCH LADY. Eighth Edition. 16 Plates. 2s. cloth.
Les Jeunes Narrateurs, on PETITS CONTES MORAUX. With a Key to the difficult Words and Phrases. Third Edition. 18mo, 2s. cloth.
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The Pictorial French Grammar. For the use of Children. With 80 Illustrations. Second Thousand. Royal 16mo, price 1s. sewed; 1s. 6d. cloth.
Rowbotham's New and Easy Method of Learning the French Genders. New Edition. 6d.
Bellenger's French Word and Phrase Book; containing a select Vocabulary and Dialogues, for the use of Beginners. New Edition. Price 1s.
Der Schwätzer, or THE PRATTLER, An Amusing Introduction to the German Language. Sixteen Illustrations. Price 2s. cloth.
A Short and Certain Road to Reading. By GEORGE DARNELL. Price 6d. cloth.
The Modern British Plutarch, or LIVES OF MEN DISTINGUISHED IN THE RECENT HISTORY OF OUR COUNTRY FOR THEIR TALENTS, VIRTUES, AND ACHIEVEMENTS. By W. C. TAYLOR, LL.D. 12mo. Second Thousand. 4s. 6d.; or 5s. gilt edges.
Little by Little: a Series of Graduated Lessons in the Art of Reading Music. By the Author of "Conversations on Harmony." Second Edition. Oblong 8vo, price 3s. 6d. cloth.
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