Ancient History Told to Children

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S.R. Urbino, 1870 - History, Ancient - 112 pages
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Page 118 - Among many works designed for pupils studying the German language, I consider " Otto's German Conversation Grammar" superior to any other. I use it in my classes, and take great pleasure in recommending it as the best work which has yet been published for the use of schools. A. WERTHEIM, Professor of Modern Languages, Louisville, Ky. BOSTON, March,
Page 119 - April 16. Mr. URBINO. . DEAR SIR, — I have used Otto's French Grammar for several years in all my schools, and find it much superior to all those which I have as yet seen, for the simplicity and clearness with which the rules are explained. I am happy to say, also, that your series of French Comedies
Page 117 - PEAR SIR, — It gives me great pleasure to inform you that I have introduced your edition of "Otto's German Grammar" in my classes in this University, and that I regard it as the very best German grammar, for school purposes, that has thus far come to iny notice. Your German editions of the "Immensee," " Vergissmeinnicht," and " Irrlichter," are great favorites among my pupils;
Page 119 - School MY DEAR SIR, — I am now using Otto's French Grammar, revised by Prof. Bocher ; and, so far as we have advanced, I am better pleased with it than with any other work of the kind which I have previously used. Yours truly, GEORGE N. BIGELOW. STATE NORMAL SCHOOL,
Page 121 - Mr. SR URBINO, Boston. I take pleasure in recommending " Otto-Bocher French Conversation Grammar." It combines the practical with the theoretic, and is so arranged as to make the acquisition of the French language easy and pleasant to the student. Its adoption in my classes
Page 119 - 8. R. URBINO, Esq. DEAR SIR, — I used Otto's Grammar in two classes at Edgartown High School, — one class quite advanced. The testimonial of Mr. Hunt and others expresses my sentiments, and you may use my name if you choose. Yours truly, AH WENZEL,
Page 122 - which we have been trying with a class in our "shorter course of study," has been adopted for all our French classes, in place of Fasquelle's book. We can heartily indorse the testimonial from the teachers in the Boston High School. . Yours truly,
Page 118 - Otto's French and German Grammar" at our College and the Collegiate School, and can confidently recommend it to all similar institutions. OCTOBER, 1864. H. STIEFELHAGEN, Professor Modern Languages at King's College, Windsor, Nova Scotia. i have examined many works designed for pupils studying the French Language, and among them consider " Otto's French Conversation Grammar,
Page 120 - reach of teachers and scholars. I have used several of them in my classes, and can heartily recommend them to instructors of pupils of every grade. I am, sir, very respectfully, Your obedient servant, WILLIAM D. WHITNEY, ProJ. of Sanscrit and Instructor in Modern
Page 121 - Method, and Fasquelle's, it is not to say much. But I think it is better than most Grammars introduced into this country, though coming to us with far less claims and pretensions than them all. BOSTON, March 28. JB

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