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Page 148 - A COMPANION to EUCLID; being a Help to the Understanding and Remembering of the First Four Books ; with a set of Improved Figures, and an Original Demonstration of the Proposition called, in Euclid, the Twelfth Axiom.
Page 150 - THE design of this little work is, by means of easy rhymes, to attract the attention of young children, and to impress upon their memories various elementary facts and moral sentiments which they would not otherwise remember; for, " What will a child learn sooner than a song?
Page 128 - ... throws out its own roots ; at first, in small tender fibres, several yards from the ground ; these continually grow thicker, until, by a gradual descent, they reach...
Page 149 - THE principles of this beautiful and important science are explained in a clear and simple manner, so as to render the acquisition of them comparatively easy. The book is illustrated by numerous cuts of the different parts of plants, &c...
Page 148 - Sacred History, from the Creation of the World to the Destruction of Jerusalem. With Questions for Examination.
Page 149 - The author offers it not as an experiment now for the first time to be tried, but as the result of long experience ; and in the fullest confidence that, if the rules and details suggested are carefully attended to and patiently reduced to practice, the end proposed will be entirely accomplished.
Page 152 - Principles. 3s. •READINGS IN POETRY; a Selection from the Works of the best English Poets; with Specimens of the American Poets; Literary Notices of the Writers ; and explanatory Notes.
Page 153 - LIVRE DE CLASSE; with ENGLISH NOTES, by the late LT VENTOUILLAC, Professor of French Literature in King's College, London.
Page 151 - Is. 6d. •PERSIAN FABLES, for Young and Old. By the Rev. HG KEENE, MA Price Is., with Eighteen Engravings ; also, by the same Author, •PERSIAN STORIES ^illustrative of Eastern MANNERS and CUSTOMS. Price Is., with Engravings. •SISTER MARY'S TALES in NATURAL HISTORY. 2*.