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Página 369 - Reference to the Instructions recently issued by the Science and Art Department. 3oth Thousand, revised. Crown 8vo, 1s. 6d. Facts and Dates ; or, the Leading Events in Sacred and Profane History, and the Principal Facts in the various Physical Sciences. The Memory being aided throughout by a Simple and Natural Method. For Schools and Private Reference.
Página 364 - Outlines' — in many respects an epitome of the ' Elements' — are carefully prepared to meet the wants of beginners. The arrangement is the same as in the Author's larger works. Minute details are avoided, the broad outlines are graphically presented, the accentuation marked, and the most recent changes in political geography exhibited. Fourth Edition, Revised. THE INTERMEDIATE GEOGRAPHY. Intended as an Intermediate Book between the Author's ' Outlines of Geography
Página 367 - The Geological Examinator. A Progressive Series of Questions, adapted to the Introductory and Advanced TextBooks of Geology. Prepared to assist Teachers in framing their Examinations, and Students in testing their own Progress and Proficiency. By the SAME.
Página 365 - We must admire the ability and persevering research with which he has succeeded in imparting to his * Manual ' so much freshness and originality. In no respect is this character more apparent than in the plan of arrangement, by which the author commences his description of the physical geography of each tract by a sketch of its true basis or geological structure.
Página 265 - ... before incidence. Hence the reflected rays, on being produced back, will meet at a point as far behind the reflector as the point of the object is in front of it.
Página 368 - ... which combines sound theory with judicious practice. Proceeding step by step, it advances from the formation of the shortest sentences to the composition of complete essays, the pupil being everywhere furnished with all needful assistance in the way of models and hints. Nobody can work through such a book as this without thoroughly understanding the structure of sentences, and acquiring facility in arranging and expressing his thoughts appropriately. It ought to be extensively used.".
Página 365 - Elements of Modern Geography/ In fulness and accuracy of details, in the scientific grouping of facts, combined with clearness and simplicity of statement, it stands alone, and leaves almost nothing to be desired in the way of improvement. Eminently fitted, by reason of this exceptional variety and thoroughness, to meet all the requirements of higher education, it is never without a living interest, which adapts it to the intelligence of ordinary pupils. It is not the least of its merits that its...
Página 367 - THE GEOLOGICAL EXAMINATOR. A Progressive Series of Questions, adapted to the Introductory and Advanced Text-Books of Geology. Prepared to assist Teachers in framing their Examinations, and Students in testing their own Progress and Proficiency. By the Same.