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ENGLISH READERS.
PRIMER, Part I., 32 pp., 2d.; in FIRST READER, 64 pages, 4d.

linen, 2fd. SECOND READER, 128 pages, 6d. » II., 32 pp., 2d. ; in THIRD READER, 160 pages, 9d.

linen, 27d. FOURTH READER, 272 pages, 18. 4d. Two Parts in One, strongly bound FIFTH READER, 368 pages, 18. 9d. in linen, 4d.

| SIXTH READER, 400 pages, 28. 6d.

OPINIONS OF THE PRESS. “This series may be recommended for the freshness and variety of its materials. The volumes are well got up, aud furnished with good illustrations ata moderate price."-- Athenæum.

“A singularly good and complete series. The passages for reading are well selected, and present a great variety. For Government Code purposes it is, in short, a complete encyclopædia." -Guardian.

“Nothing could be better than the Public School Series,' commencing from the simplest materials and proceeding gradually to the more complex.”— Westminster Review.

“We can heartily commend them to school boards and teachers as the eading books of the age." --National Education Gazette.

“The series is one of the best and most carefully compiled extant; indeed, there are few that approach it in excellence." -Scotsman.

“From the Primer' to the last Reading-Book there is so much novelty in selection, arrangement, and illustration, that we envy the coming generation of school children who will have such kindly guides into the upper regions of literature, science, and art.Glasgow Herald.

“An excellent series of graduated class-books. We cordially commend them to the notice of all interested or engaged in the work of school instiuction.”-Inquirer.

“The works are exceedingly well graduated, and made to suit the different capacities of their readers. The passages are selected with care and clear good taste, and adapted to give a high moral tone to the mind, as well as information of the most useful kind to the understanding."-Standard.

“We can heartily recommend them, as exhibiting taste, wisdom, and good sense.”- Echo.

“A practical teacher who has examined the series, assures us that it is beyond all question the very best yet issued.”—Norwich Mercury.

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GERMAN
By PROFESSOR GOLDSCHMIDT, Fettes College, Edinburgh.
FIRST GERMAN BOOK.

FIRST GERMAN READER, 18. SECOND GERMAN BOOK.

SECOND GERMAN READER, 1s. 3d.

Now Ready. THIRD GERMAN BOOK.

THIRD GERMAN READER. (In the Press.

[In the Presi.

DALDY, ISBISTER, & CO., 56, LUDGATE HILL, E.C.

COPY BOOKS. IN A SERIES OF 12, ON SUPERIOR PAPER, 31. EACH.

Cheaper Edition, price 2d. each.

CONTENTS. 1. Elements of the Simplest Letters and their Combina

tions. Medium Text. 2. Letters and Easy Combinations. Medium Text. 3. More Difficult Letters and Combinations. Medium

Text. 4. Short Words in Common Use. Medium Text. 5. Words of Two or Three Syllables in Common Use.

Small Text. 6. Capitals and Proper Names. Round Hand. 7. Narrative in Simple Words. Small Round. 8. Narrative. Small Round. 9. Narrative. Small Hand. 10. Narrative. Small Hand, without Lines. 11. Examples with Figures and Capitals. Small Hund. 12. Commercial and Arithmetical Examples. Small Hand.

DRAWING BOOKS.

FIRST GRADE-FREE-HAND. In Twelve Books, 4d. each.

SECOND GRADE-FREE-HAND. In preparation.

FIRST GRADE GEOMETRY. In Six Books, 4d. each.

DALDY, ISBISTER, & CO., 56, LUDGATE HILL, E.C.

EDUCATIONAL WORKS.

PUBLIC SCHOOL SERIES.

ENGLISH READERS.
PRIMER, Part I., 82 pp., 2d. ; in FIRST READER, 64 pages, 4d.

linen, 2fd. SECOND READER, 128 pages, 6d.
, II., 32 pp., 2d. ; in THIRD READER, 160 pages, 9d.

linen, 2fd. FOURTH READER, 272 pages, 18. 4d.
Two Parts in One, strongly bound FIFTH READER, 368 pages, 18. 9d.
in linen, 4d.

| SIXTH READER, 400 pages, 2s. 6d.

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OPINIONS OF THE PRESS.
“This series may be recommended for the freshness and variety of its
materials. The volumes are well got up, and furnished with good illustrations

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“A singularly good and complete series. The passages for reading are well selected, and piesent a great variety. For Government Code purposes it is, in short, a complete encyclopædia.” - Guardian.

“Nothing could be better than the Public School Series,' commencing from the simplest materials and proceeding gradually to the more complex.” — Westminster Review.

“We can heartily commend them to school boards and teachers leading books of the age." -National Education Gazette.

“The series is one of the best and most carefully compiled extant; indeed, there are few that approach it in excellence."-Scotsman.

“From the ‘Primer' to the last Reading Book there is so much novelty i selection, arrangement, and illustration, that we envy the coming generation of school-children who will have such kindly guides into the upper regions literature, science, and art." - Glasgow Herald.

“An excellent series of graduated class-books. We cordially commend them to the notice of all interested or engaged in the work of school instruction.”Inquirer.

“The works are exceedingly well graduated, and made to suit the different capacities of their readers. The passages are selected with care and clear Me good taste, and adapted to give a high moral tone to the mind, as well as information of the most useful kind to the understanding."-Standard.

“We can heartily recommend them, as exhibiting taste, wisdom, and good sense."--Echo.

“A practical teacher who has examined the series, assures us that it is beyond all question the very best yet issued.”- Norwich Mercury.

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FRENCH.
By HENRI VAN Laun, Translator of Taine's "History of English Literature.”
THE BEGINNER'S FIRST

| FIRST FRENCH READER. 18.
FRENCH BOOK. 9d.
THE SECOND FRENCH BOOK 1 | SECOND FRENCH READER. 18. 8d.
THETHIRD FRENCH BOOK. 15.6. / THIRD FRENCH READER. 18. 6d.

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FIRST GRADE-FREE-HAND. In Twelve Books, 4d. each.

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These First Grade Free-hand Drawing Books have been designed the by a practical Art-Teacher to prepare the Scholars in Public

Elementary Schools for the Examinations of the Science and rx x" Art Department. The Books hitherto used are not as a rule 232 u sufficiently simple for scholars in the lower classes, nor sufficient 2

in number to admit of more than a very imperfect attempt at LRORgraduation. These Books contain 192 carefully graduated copis, 323 and numerous aids are given in the earlier numbers, making s a

them specially suitable for beginners. These aids are intended
gradually to educate the eye in appreciating form, distance, and
relative position.

SECOND GRADE-FREE-HAND.

In preparation.

FIRST GRADE GEOMETRY. In Six Books, 4d. each.

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as much insisted on as correct geometry, and the lines of construction
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