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JJobgate not only offer a complete set of grammars and readers in French and German , but provide a set of classics in both , languagesincluding RacineCorneille , and Moliere , and
Schiller , Goethe , and Leasing . Messrs . Crosby , Lockwood , < fc Co ., working in the same field have a valuable set of books in . their series by Dr . De Fivas , whose grammar has reached
its forty , -seventh edition , and has been revised on the basis of the latest emendations of the pictionary of the Acade ' mie Francaise .
For elementary schools , and for the English classes in all schools , the * Royal Readers' of Messrs . T . Nelson & Sons will be found to possess many attractions for the pupil , as their
matter is varied and the illustrations with which they abound are of a high order . The same publishers have a new series of Geographical Readersentitled * The World at Home , ' with
an accompanying set of home-lesson books and map books , , which are worthy of high praise . _ Messrs - . Griffith , Farran , & Co . offer several sets of books of the same class , bearing -. , — the
names of well-known educational writers , including the * New Historical Readers' of Mr . Oscar Browning , the ' New Geographical Readers' of Mr . J . R . Blakiston , and the ' Standard
the Authors editor Readers of 4 Poetry '—the for las the t Young named . ' being As a a further somewhat aid novel to the and teacher interesting of English experiment they pro — vide by
a series of * Card Exercises' and ' Dictation Exercises ; ' and even for infant school they l / UXJJ publish ^ UUHUll . a series UWAXVO of V ^ X . c Recitations O . VVVXllUVlUiXO . < ' Messrs UXCSOXOa . Isbister J . i 3 iUOl £ iA UU & Co V ^ VT . . have lldlTO a CU long IVllg list AAUV
' Copy Books' and * Readers' adapted for schools of all classes , primary or secondary Messrs . Simpkin , Marshall , & Co . keep up their issue of the widely used works of
Dr . William Davis , including his History , Parsing , Spelling , Dictation , and Arithmetic Manuals , all noted for their careful preparation to meet the wants and suit the capacity
of young pupils . Messrs . Blackie & Sot * cover the whole ground of school literature , their scientific works , the Vere Foster Writing and Drawing Books , and Ogilvie ' s
Dietionaries , being among the more noteworthy features in their comprehensive list . Mr . David Nutt is strong in books in the Continental languages , andin addition to his long and varied *
catalogue of works , suited to all ages , in French and German , , he publishes many valuaule manuals in Italian , Spanish , and Portuguese . Messrs . Sampson Low , Marston , Searle , &
Rivixgton give the school-authors of the United States the benefit of an introduction to the English public ; and their list of Transatlantic productions includes works by Dr . Dana , Mr .
Gould Brown , Dr . Loomis , and many other well-known men . Among the other educational issues of the firm are Spiers' well-known French and English Dictionary , which has been
entirely remodelled and has reached its 29 th edition , and the French works of M . F . Julien . Messrs . Asher & Co . offer a valuable aid to those who are preparing for commercial pursuits
in their * Model Books of Foreign and Commercial Correspondence , ' and they issue an important Bet of popular volumes in GermanFrenchItaliant and Spanish , under the title of
' International M , JL Reading" Books , ' each work , forming , a practical , method JL , of * learning the language . Messrs . Charles Griffik & Co . provide for several special branches of education in
their engineering manuals , and works on Dyeing and other technical matters , while in general school literature the works of Mr . Cruttwell and Dr . Craik and their editions of Virgil
( Bryce ) and Horace ( Currie ) will never be excelled . Geographical works form a strong feature in Messrs . Longmans' listtheir 4 Public Schools
Historical Atlas / edited by Mr . Colbeck , and their ' Public Schools , Atlas of Modern and Ancient Geography , ' edited by Canon Butler , the late principal of Liverpool College , being
of val atlases uable books . s Messrs lobes t 9 . and W ik . < fc A . K hical . iri Johnston ¦ handbooks i mt + % provide r . Messrs i for wr every . Letts possible Son & want Co ¦»* - . in Limited the way •^ r
^ ue a very — , y map «™^» useful » w m ^ rs * , m g f *^ ™™ ^^ 4 Chart ^^^ , m «> w «« of ^*^ geograp r *\ the ^ " ^ ^^ f ^ Princi ^ " m * r «*<»» ^^ m pal * m n « a > Forms ^^*^«^ rs ^ ^^ •^¦ of *»** r ^ m the * m * v ^ Earth ^ ^^ *•* * <«^ »*^ ' s ^»^ Surface » ^^ •^ m ^~ . *~^ , m - ^ , ' *^ — and - , « ^ their - ^^ w , v ^— Popular ^^^ mm ^ ^ ^ m ^ r v m , y Atlas of the World ' and their * County Atlas of England and Wales ' are among the other
features of their list . Among educational sp 6 cialit 6 s are the medical works of Messrs . J . & A . Churchill aeful ; the Bartolozzi prints of Messrs . Field & Tuer ; and the ' Reading Slope / a
/ eat Types mechanical ' of the arrangement Midland Educational to bring the Company book . within the range of the eye , and * School
Messrs . Cassell < fe Co . ' s recent Educational Publications include an entirely new set of " torefull ° py-books graduated —entitled and * The Modern I ^ CW . 1 . d School to form V Copy / LAJlf . and CA - Books JLV 4 . develop ' ( comp round lete in clear 12 books serviceable ) , which hand are
; jj ^ ^ ting — y j . for We UIV « . I ^ C can « UWI . strong € * JM . M . KA . prepare j ^ l y V recommend Wl so OV as CHO UV this JL series to wri «* UJ ting ^ « a * LVUUU masters ) , V . » AV » M » CasselPs * , K > V ^» . T JIVVWMAV 'Historical ** € *** % - * - -. ^^ fae Schools , ' by Oxford graduates in Historical Honours , include three books—vk ? ,,
pjj fl ^ | p i gland s fron > > ^ Eng all lis these h History are illustrat / * Simple ed throughout Outlines of . English * Energy History and / Motion and < The , a Class Text-book History of
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