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11 leaves 9 hence 9 9 leaves add the number Addition Table answer apple divided Arithmetic AVOIRDUPOIS birds blackboard bought boys bushel called cents each day cherries chickens Class Exercise Copy counters dimes divide by 9 dollars Drill Exercise DRY MEASURES earn eggs equal Fifth Exercise figures which mean fill Five flowers four Frank gallon girls give go from 12 half-dollar Henry hour hand inches James Jane John learn the following lesson let the pupils marks Mary measure minute hand Multiplication Table multiply nest Nine Numeral Frame nuts oral oranges ounces pail peck picture pile pint pound Primary Schools pupils count purpose question Recitation and Class recognize the sum remainder Seat Exercise Second Exercise seven slates stars steel-yards subtract teacher tell tens tree twenty weeks weigh whole apples word write the number yard
Page 154 - A prominent divine has said, that " every young person should carefully and conscientiously be taught those distinctive ideas which constitute the substance of our Constitution, and which determine the policy of our politics ; and to this end there...
Page 155 - It seems to me clear, concise, well-arranged, and in all respects admirably adapted for the purposes of a text-book in schools and colleges. It has been used by the classes in this University with entire satisfaction."— Rev.
Page 96 - There are 7 days in one week. How many days are there in 4 weeks ? 5.
Page 131 - Measure. 12 inches =1 foot. 3 feet =1 yard. 5| yards =1 rod. 320 rods =1 mile.
Page 155 - Some exceedingly interesting and important subjects are fully treated, which, in other books of a similar character, are either barely hinted at or are entirely omitted. 8th. These works are not mere compilations, but have the stamp of originality, differing in some essential points from all other works of their class. 9th. In beauty and clearness of style, which are qualities of no small importance in books for instruction, they witt rank as models.
Page 155 - The adaptation of each book to its particular purpose, the smaller work preparing the scholar to understand the full development of the subject In the larger one. 6th. In the larger work the science of Physiology is brought out as it now is, with its recent important discoveries. 7th. Some exceedingly interesting and important subjects are fully treated, which, iu other books of a similar character, are either barely hinted at or are entirely omitted.