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Page 116 - MYERS'S General History. — Introduction price, $1.50. With full maps, illustrations, tables, and summaries. The best text-book in universal history for beginners that we are acquainted with.
Page 120 - Colleye: 1 especially like its introduction of matter relating to the life of the people, in a way that seems to make the narrative less dry, rather than more so, as so often happens. Jas. F. Colby, Prof, of Law and Political Science, Dartmouth College : Its title is a true description of its contents. Its author shows sense of proportion, and wisely gives prominence to economic facts and the development of constitutional principles. (Oct.
Page 125 - A Guide to the Study of the History and the Constitution of the United States. — By WW RUPERT, Superintendent of Schools, Pottstown, Pa.
Page 123 - Prin. of Normal School, Worcester, Mass. : I have ordered a supply for class use. It seems to me the most noteworthy book that has appeared in this field for years. I recommend it right and left without reserve. Thomas M.
Page 120 - I have not examined anything that seems to me equal to it for a class in English History. John Fiske, Prof, of History, Washington University: It seems to me excellent. Francis A. Cooke, Teacher of History, Penn Charter School, Philadelphia, Pa. : My verdict on Montgomery's History is unqualified approval. I have not seen a textbook upon English History so well adapted to school use. CB Gilbert, Prin. of High School, St. Paul, Minn. : In many respects I consider it the best text-book on English History...
Page 113 - In matter and manner it is a capital book, and I wish it God speed. Lotze's Philosophical Outlines. Dictated Portions of the Latest Lectures (at Gottingen and Berlin) of Hermann Lotze. Translated and edited by GEORGE T. LADD, Professor of Philosophy in Yale University. 12mo. Cloth.
Page 114 - Allowance for an old book in exchange, 25 cents. fTlHIS is a revision and expansion of the corresponding part of the author's Outlines of Ancient History. It embraces the history of the Egyptians, Assyrio-Babylonians, Hebrews, Phoenicians, Lydians, Medes and Persians, and Greeks. The chapters relating to the Eastern nations have been written in the light of the most recent revelations of the monuments of Egypt and Babylonia. The influence of Oriental civilization upon the later development of the...
Page 114 - IT Beckwith, Prof, of Greek, Trinity College, Hartford, Conn.: The book seems to me remarkable in its comprehensiveness, and likewise in the clearness and life with which it presents the leading facts in each great movement. I think it far more interesting and useful than any other epitome of the kind which I have seen.
Page 113 - Allowance, 40 cents. rpHE publishers believe that this book will be found to be remarkably comprehensive, and at the same time compact and clear. It gives a complete outline of the science, concisely presented, and in precise and plain terms. It has proved of special value to teachers, as is evidenced by its recent adoption for several Reading Circles. John Bascom, Pres.
Page 125 - Cloth. 130 pages. For Introduction, 70 cents. THE first part of this work contains a carefully arranged list of topics on United States history. Many of these are subdivided for the purpose of directing the student along a profitable line of investigation. Many books which throw light upon and add interest to the topics are named in immediate connection with them. The address of the publishing house and the price of the book are given in every case. Students are thus introduced to good, wholesome...