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ALGEBRA. Part I. By E. M. LANGLEY, M.A., Senior Mathematical Master, Modern School, Bedford, and S. R. N. BRADLY, M.A., Mathematical Master, Modern School, Bedford. F'cap 8vo. Is. 6d.
This volume is specially adapted to the requirements of the First Stage of the Directory of the Board of Education, South Kensington.
Professor JOHN PERRY, of the Royal College of Science, South Kensington, writes:-"I never do praise a book unless I believe it to be good. Your Algebra (regarded as a book for beginners) pleases me very much indeed. imagine an Algebra prepared for schools in general, and especially for use by teachers in general, which would come nearer to my notion of what an Algebra ought to be, than yours."
A FIRST COURSE OF PRACTICAL SCIENCE, with full
book is that he writes, as do too few instructors, for the absolutely ignorant pupil,
should be scattered broadcast."-The Lancet.
"The author evidently understands the difficulties which assail a young boy who is starting on a course of experimental Science."-Fourual of Education. A FIRST COURSE OF CHEMISTRY. By J. H. LEONARD, Author of "A First Course of Practical Science.'
Diagrams. F'cap 8vo.
An excellent little book for young students
admirable simplicity and good order
mental knowledge of the constitution of things."-Scotsman.
ELECTRIC WIRING. A Primer for the use of Wiremen and Students. By W. C. CLINTON, B.Sc. (Lond.), Demonstrator in the Pender Laboratory, University College, London. Illustrations and a selection of worked examples. F'cap 8vo. 1s. 6d. With 80 Written with particular reference to the requirements of the examinations of the City and Guilds of London Institute.
"It is written in simple and comprehensive language, free from technicalities, except such as are duly explained in the course of the text jointing being exceptionally good the section on this little work is replete with useful
information to those engaged in electrical wiring."-Electricity.
GEOMETRY. An Elementary Treatise on the Theory and Practice of Euclid. Having in view the New regulations of the Oxford and Cambridge Local, the London Matriculation, The Board of Education, and other Examiuations. By S. O. ANDREW, M.A., Head Master of Whitgift Grammar School, Croydon. F'cap 8vo. 25.
IN ACTIVE PREPARATION.
TELEGRAPHS AND TELEPHONES.
By Sir W. H.
PREECE, K.C.B., etc., sometime President of the Institute of
THE CALCULUS FOR ARTISANS. By Prof. O. HENRICI.
ALGEBRA. Part II. By E. M. LANGLEY and S. R. N. BRADLY.
COMMERCIAL FRENCH. In Two Parts. By W. MANSFIELD POOLE, M.A., Instructor in French to the Channel Squadron, formerly Assistant-Master at Merchant Taylors' School, AND MICHEL BECKER, Professor at the Ecole Alsacienne, Paris; Author of "L'Allemand Commercial," and "Lectures Pratiques d'Allemand Moderne." With a Map in each Volume. Crown 8vo. 2s. 6d. each.
a most careful piece of work. an excellent book... warmly recommend to all who have to teach Commercial French." -Educational Times.
"The good opinion formed by us on seeing Part I. is confirmed by the second instalment, really an admirable piece of work. We know of no better book to serve as an introduction to the more strictly technical study of Commercial French."-School World.
BRITAIN OVER THE SEA. A Reader for Schools. Compiled and edited by ELIZABETH LEE, Author of "A School History of English Literature," etc.; Editor of " Cowper's Task and Minor Poems," etc. With Four Maps of the British Empire at different periods. Crown 8vo. 2s. 6d.
MR. P. A. BARNETT (H.M. Inspector of Training Colleges).-"I congratulate you on the production of a very excellent piece of work. I hope the schools will use it; but it is almost too good for them."
COMMERCIAL KNOWLEDGE. A Manual of Business Methods and Transactions. By ALGERNON WARREN. Crown 8vo. 2s. 6d.
"The book should be used in every senior class both of our board and private schools, and as an introduction to business life it should prove of great value."
INTERMEDIATE FRENCH GRAMMAR AND OUTLINES OF SYNTAX, with Historical Notes. By G. H. CLARKE, M.A., of Hymers College, Hull, and L. R. TANQUEREY, B.ès. L. Crown 8vo. 35. 6d.
"... In short, we like it much, for it is full without confusion, correct without pedantry, and modern without vulgarity."-Guardian.
MADE EASY. Lectures on method, with Illustrations for Teachers and Pupils. By MABEL A. MARSH. Crown 8vo. 25.
This manual applies the heuristic method to arithmetic-teaching, and is especially recommended for use in Training Colleges and for all members of the teaching profession.
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COMMERCIAL GERMAN. In Two Parts. By GUSTAV HEIN, University of Berlin, and Lecturer in German (Honours) to the University of Aberdeen, and MICHEL BECKER, Professor of Modern Languages in the Ecole Alsacienne, Paris.
PART I. with a Map. Crown 8vo. 3s. 6d.
This manual is uniform with the first part of Commercial French by Poole and Becker, and is specially adapted for the use of students in commercial classes and continuation schools.
PART II. In the Press.
Professor CHARLES GLAUSER, and W. MANSFIELD POOLE,
"Both as a handbook and as a work of reference, the work seems well calculated to supply the needs of advanced students, and to be of extreme utility to persons already engaged in the practice of commercial pursuits."-Guardian.
CHRONIQUE DU RÈGNE DE CHARLES IX. By PROSPER MÉRIMÉE. Prepared and Edited for the use of Schools by Professor ERNEST WEEKLEY, M.A., University College, Nottingham. With Historical and brief Grammatical Notes, and a Critical Essay. Crown 8vo.
This volume which will be followed by a School edition of Le Gendre de M. Poirier, by the same editor, and by other French and German texts, is prepared according to the most approved methods of modern language-teaching, and may confidently be recommended to the attention of masters and mistresses
GRAMMAIRE FRANÇAISE. A FRENCH GRAMMAR, WITH EXERCISES. For the use of the Middle Classes in Schools. By W. MANSFIELD POOLE, M.A., Instructor in French to the Channel Squadron, formerly Assistant Master at Merchant Taylor's School, and, MICHEL BECKER, Professor of Modern Languages in the Ecole Alsacienne at Paris. Crown 8vo. 2s. 6d.
THE SOIL. AN INTRODUCTION TO THE SCIENTIFIC STUDY OF THE GROWTH OF CROPS. By A. D. HALL, M.A. (Oxon.), Director of the Rothamsted Station (Lawes Agricultural Trust), formerly Principal of the South-Eastern Agricultural College. Crown 8vo. 35. 6d.
COMPOSITION AND ESSAY WRITING. By L. COPE CORNFORD. [In the Press.
ELEMENTS OF POLITICAL ECONOMY. BONAR, M.A., LL.D., Author of "Malthus and his Work," "Philosophy and Political Economy," &c.
[In the Press.
[In the Press.
THEORIES OF TAXATION. By G. ARMITAGE SMITH, M.A., Principal of the Birkbeck Institute.
LL.D.. Principal of the City of London College.
OTHER VOLUMES TO FOLLOW.
These Maps have been recognised as the best and most convenient in existence for the use of scholars and students at the universities and upper classes of schools.
The old method of engraving and hatching the mountain ranges has been exchanged for that of colouring the contours with flat brown and green tints, which is now recognised as the best and most intelligible way of denoting the configuration of the land. A separate Index is included with each Map.
are admirable, and will prove of great assistance to students of ancient history. We have before warmly praised the colour-system of the maps and we need only say of this one (Graecia) that it will help those that use it to realize the relations and circumstances of the Ancient Greek States far better than any other map with which we are acquainted."-Educational Times.
The preparation of this Map has been undertaken by Mr. J. G. C. Anderson, Christ Church, Oxford.
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THE STUDY OF MAN: AN INTRODUCTION TO ETHNOLOGY. BY PROFESSOR A. C. HADDON, D.Sc., M.A., M.R.I.A. Illustrated. THE GROUNDWORK OF SCIENCE. By ST. GEORGE MIVART, M.D., PH.D., F.R.S.
EARTH SCULPTURE. BY PROFESSOR GEIKIE, LL.D., F.R.S.
RIVER DEVELOPMENT. As Illustrated by the Rivers of North America. By PROFESSOR I. C. RUSSELL. Illustrated. VOLCANOES. BY PROFESSOR BONNEY, D.Sc., F.R.S. Illustrated. BACTERIA. ESPECIALLY AS THEY ARE RELATED TO THE ECONOMY OF NATURE, TO INDUSTRIAL PROCESSES, AND TO THE PUBLIC HEALTH. By GEORGE NEWMAN, M.D., F.R.S.E., D.P.H., Demonstrator of Bacteriology in King's College, London. With over go other Illustrations.
Corrected (2nd) Edition, and with an added Chapter on Tropical Diseases, an Account of Malarial Infection by Mosquitoes, and other Subjects.
A BOOK OF WHALES.
BEDDARD, M.A., F.R.S.
By the Editor of the Series, F. E.
THE COMPARATIVE PHYSIOLOGY of the BRAIN AND COMPARATIVE PSYCHOLOGY. By PROFESSOR JACQUES LOEB, M.D., Professor of Physiology in the University of Chicago.
THE STARS: A STUDY OF THE UNIVERSE. By PROFESSOR NEWCOMB. Illustrated.
EXPERIMENTS ON ANIMALS. By STEPHEN PAGET, F.R.C.S.
IN COURSE OF PRODUction.
HEREDITY. By J. ARTHUR THOMSON, M.A., F.R.S.E. Illustrated. Author of "The Study of Animal Life," and co-Author of
The Evolution of Sex." With numerous Diagrams and Illustrations.