The Journal of Education, Volume 19; Volume 29

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W. Stewart & Company, 1897 - Education
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Page 106 - A series of Translations from the Greek and Latin Classics, distinguished by literary excellence as well as by scholarly accuracy.
Page 287 - EASY LATIN PASSAGES FOR UNSEEN TRANSLATION. Seventh Edition. Fcap. 8vo. is. 6d. EXEMPLA LATINA. First Lessons in Latin Accidence. With Vocabulary. Crown 8vo. is. EASY LATIN EXERCISES ON THE SYNTAX OF THE SHORTER AND REVISED LATIN PRIMER With Vocabulary.
Page 213 - Natural Philosophy for General Readers and Young Persons ; a Course of Physics divested of Mathematical Formula and expressed in the language of daily life. Translated by E. ATKINSON, FCS Third Edition.
Page 12 - Designed for the Use of Schools, and of Candidates for the London Matriculation and other Examinations. With numerous Exercises, Examples, Examination Questions, and Solutions, etc., from 1870-1895.
Page 254 - Seele des Menschen, wie gleichst du dem Wasser! Schicksal des Menschen, wie gleichst du dem Wind!
Page 234 - Hamilton Gray has made herself acquainted with at least some of the more important ancient writers on the subject of which she treats, and also with the criticisms of...
Page 182 - Im flachen Bette Schleicht er das Wiesenthal hin, Und in dem glatten See Weiden ihr Antlitz Alle Gestirne. Wind ist der Welle Lieblicher Buhler; Wind mischt vom Grund aus Schäumende Wogen.
Page 89 - A CLASS-BOOK HISTORY OF ENGLAND. Designed for the Use of Students preparing for the University Local Examinations or for the London University Matriculation, and for the Higher Classes of Elementary Schools.
Page 287 - Edition) issued as above. 6s. net. HISTORY AND GEOGRAPHY EXAMINATION PAPERS. By CH SPENCE, MA, Clifton College. Second Edition. SCIENCE EXAMINATION PAPERS. By RE STEEL, MA, FCS, Chief Natural Science Master, Bradford Grammar School. Jn two vols. Part I. Chemistry ; Part II. Physics.
Page 26 - The schoolmasters who have felt the want of a fifth-form handbook of Roman history may congratulate themselves on persuading Mr. Wells to respond to it. His book is excellently planned and executed. Broken up Into short paragraphs, with headings to arrest the attention, his manual does equal justice to the personal and the constitutional aspects of the story.

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