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large amount of collateral information. The Biographical Notes and Outlines at the end are intended to be expanded into Essays, and, though not directly bearing on the Lessons, give an increased interest to their study, and ought to be read in connection with them. The Exercises on the Formation of Words are intended to aid in composition as well as to supply useful Home Work. They might be largely extended from the Lessons.
II. GEOGRAPHY. Text-books have been prepared by Mr WILLIAM LAWSON, F.R.G.S., St Mark's College, Chelsea.
1. GEOGRAPHICAL PRIMER, embracing an Outline of the Chief Divisions of the World.
2. GEOGRAPHY OF ENGLAND AND WALES; with a Chapter on Railways.
3. GEOGRAPHY OF SCOTLAND AND IRELAND; with Notes on Railways.
4. GEOGRAPHY OF EUROPE.
5. ELEMENTS OF PHYSICAL GEOGRAPHY; with Examination Papers. This work has been written as a “Specific Subject,” with special reference to the New Code. The language and illustrations are simple, and suited to the capacity of pupils of from ten to fourteen years of age.
6. TEXT-BOOK OF PHYSICAL GEOGRAPHY. With Ex. amination Papers. A complete Manual for Students preparing for the South Kensington Examinations, and for Senior Classes. 380 pages, price 3s. 6d. Now ready.
7. GEOGRAPHY OF THE BRITISH EMPIRE: Physical, Political, and Commercial. 38.
III. ARITHMETIC. This subject has been undertaken by Mr ALEXANDER TROTTER, Teacher of Mathematics, etc., Edinburgh; Author of " Arithmetic for Advanced Classes,” etc. He has prepared a practical class-book, extending to Decimal Fractions inclusive, and ending with Tables and Exercises on the Metric System. There are also Questions for Examination. The work is published in Parts, sold separately.
Oliver and Boyd's New Code Class-Books.
, By JAMES COLVILLE, M.A., English Master, Glasgow Academy; formerly English Master, George Watson's College-Schools, Lauriston, Edin
burgh, one of the Educational Institutions of the Merchant Company. PRIMER: Being Spelling and Reading Lessons Introductory to
Standard I. (Illustrated.) 36 pages. 17d. FIRST STANDARD READING-BOOK; with Easy Lessons in
Script. (Illustrated.) 95 pages. 4d. in stiff wrapper, or 6d. cloth. SECOND STANDARD READING-BOOK; with Dictation Exer
cises, partly in Script. (Illustrated.) 108 pages. 4d., or 6d. cloth. THIRD STANDARD READING-BOOK; with Dictation Exer
cises, partly in Script. 144 pages, strongly bound. 8d. FOURTH STANDARD READING-BOOK; with Dictation Exer
cises. 216 pages, strongly bound. 1s. 3d. FIFTH STANDARD READING-BOOK; with Dictation Exer
cises. 300 pages, strongly bound. 18. 6d. SIXTH STANDARD READING-BOOK; with Biographical
Notes and Outlines for Exercises in Composition. 394 pages, strongly bound. 28. 6d.
ARITHMETIC, By ALEXANDER TROTTER, Teacher of Mathematics, etc., Edinburgh;
Author of “ Arithmetic for Advanced Classes," etc. PART I. The Simple Rules.
36 pages. 20.-- Answers, 3d. II. The Compound Rules.
36 pages. 20.-Answers, 3d. III: Practice to Decimals.
48 pages. 3d.—Answers, 3d. Or strongly bound in one Volume, price 10d.
3. STANDARD GEOGRAPHIES, By WILLIAM LAWSON, F.R.G.S., St Mark's College, Chelsea ; Author of
“Geography of the British Empire," etc. GEOGRAPHICAL PRIMER, embracing an Outline of the Chief
Divisions of the World. 36 pages. 2d. ENGLAND & WALES; with a Chapter on Railways. 36 pp. 20. SCOTLAND & IRELAND; with Notes on Railways. 36 pp. 21. GEOGRAPHY of EUROPE. 48 pp. 3d.
* The above may be had strongly bound together, price 1s. LAWSON'S ELEMENTS OF PHYSICAL GEOGRAPHY. With Examination Papers. 96 pages. 6d. in stiff wrapper, or 8d. cloth.
A Specimen Copy of one or more of the above will be sent to Principals of Schools, post free,by Oliver and Boyd, on receiving half the retail price in stamps. Edinburgh: OLIVEB AND Boyd. London : SIMPKIN, MARSHALL, AND CO