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Page 210 - Paper. 53 pages. 20 cts. Schiller's Der Taucher. With notes and vocabulary by Professor Van der Smissen of the University of Toronto.
Page 209 - One Year Course in German. A brief synopsis of elementary grammar, with exercises for translation. Cloth. 60 cts. Meissner's German Conversation. Not a phrase book nor a method book, but a scheme of rational conversation. Cloth. 75 cts Harris's German Composition. Elementary, progressive, and varied selections, with full notes and vocabulary.
Page 210 - Toronto. (Roman type.) 40 cts. Ali Baba and the Forty Thieves. With introduction by Professor Grandgent of Harvard University. No notes.
Page 209 - I. With vocabulary and questions in German on the text. Cloth. 162 pages. 60 cts.
Page 212 - England. 25 cts. Wildenbruch's Das edle Blut. Edited with notes by Professor FGG Schmidt, University of Oregon.
Page 211 - University. 30 cts. Freytag's Die Journalisten. With notes by Professor Toy of the University of North Carolina. 30 cts. Schiller's Das Lied von der Glocke. With notes and vocabulary by Professor Chamberlin of Denison University. 20 cts. Schiller's Jungfrau von Orleans. With introduction and notes by Professor Wells of the University of the South.
Page 209 - ... Short German Grammar. For those who want to begin reading as soon as possible and have had training in some other languages. Cloth. 60 cts. Babbitt's German at Sight.
Page 209 - German Reader. Easy and slowly progressive selections in prose and verse. With especial attention to cognates. Cloth.
Page 209 - With vocabulary. Follows the above or serves as independent reader. Cloth. 202 pages. 65 cts. Joynes's German Reader. Progressive, both in text and notes, has a complete vocabulary, also English Exercises based on the text. Cloth. 90 cts. DeutSCh'S Colloquial German Reader. Anecdotes, tables of phrases and idioms, and selections in prose and verse, with notes and vocabulary.