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The Mining Journal, says : “Mr. Gilbert has so materially extended the work that it may be regarded as a new treatise; and the events are so impartially recorded, that the record may be read with pleasure by all, no matter what their religious opinions. It would be difficult to conceive a treatise into which more facts have been compressed with greater clearness.” The Builder says :
“ It is altogether a very able condensation of the History of England, -a worthy and judicious successor to the Outlines.”
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The Sixth thousand of Outlines of Descriptive G E O G R AP 1 Y.
By Professor Wallace, M.A., & James Gilbert. With a superior Map of the World in Hemispheres; Map of the
British Isles; Plans of the Rivers, Mountains, &c. In reference to the statistical information given in the present book, it may be as well to observe, that all, especially educational works, an exceedingly erroneous and conflicting; we have endeavoured carefully to consult the best and latest English and Foreign authorities on the subject, and the results are given after the most mature consideration; they will be found to vary very materially from all other works on geography; still we believe, as time rolls on, they will prove to be the most accurate effort to arrive at the truth which has hitherto been made. In the Appendix is given the populations of each of the Counties of the United Kingdom, as well as the Chief Towns and Parishes of each County, with their populations, for 1861.
“Crammed full of clearly-arranged facts and information."Spectator.
“ Contains a vast amount of information concentrated into a very small space. It is, in fact, a sort of miniature M'Culloch—at least as correct, and incalculably cheaper.”—The Economist.
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Mr. Walford's sketch of Grecian History is exceedingly well done." -The Builder.
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BY JOHN BOX, AND JAMES GILBERT.
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English History & Biography:
By JAMES GILBERT. These Questions' are not 'parrot like,' but suggestive examinations. Frequently th ze will be found an addition to the Question' in the form of an elaboration of the facts contained in the Outlines'; sometimes these additions break up new ground' of facts or opinions. The tendency of the whole is to KNIT TOGETHER the Outlines,' (and their enlarged edition under the title of English History,') with the Questions, so that the ideas and memory of the student may be perfected on the subject.
Price 1s. sewed, or 1s. 6d. cloth boards, the 22nd Thousand, of
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The Manners, Customs, Arts, &c., of the different periods. HENRY INCE, M.A., & JAMES GILBERT.
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GENERAL KNOWLEDGE; HENRY INCE, MA., & JAMES GILBERT.
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