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Page 131 - A text-book thoroughly adapted to elementary instruction in the public schools; giving special attention to the laws of hygiene (including the effects of alcohol and narcotics upon the human system), as ascertained from a careful study of anatomy and physiology ; containing also a full Glossary of Terms, complete Index, etc.
Page 132 - In addition to the series of Political Geographies published by the American Book Company, their list includes the following standard and popular text-books on Physical Geography : APPLETONS' PHYSICAL GEOGRAPHY. Large 4to $1.60 Prepared by a corps of scientific experts with richly-illustrated engravings, diagrams, and maps in color, and including a separate chapter on the geological history and the physical features of the United States. CORNELL'S PHYSICAL GEOGRAPHY. Large 4to...
Page 132 - By RUSSELL HINMAN. A new work in a new and convenient form. All irrelevant matter is omitted and the pages devoted exclusively to Physical Geography clearly treated in the light of recent investigations. The numerous charts, cuts, and diagrams are drawn with accuracy, fully illustrating the text. GUYOT'S PHYSICAL GEOGRAPHY. Large 410 $1.60 By ARNOLD GUYOT.
Page 65 - As the strength of the body lies chiefly in being able to endure hardships, so also does that of the mind. And the great principle and foundation of all virtue and worth is placed in this, that a man is able to deny himself his own desires, cross his own inclinations, and purely follow what reason directs as best, though the appetite lean the other way.
Page 64 - This consideration should methinks keep busy people (I will not say ignorant nurses and boddice-makers) from meddling in a matter they understand not; and they should be afraid to put nature out of her way, in fashioning the parts, when. they know not how the least and meanest is made. And yet I have seen so many instances of children receiving great harm from...
Page 132 - Revised, with new plates and newly-engraved maps. A standard work by one of the ablest of modern geographers. All parts of the subject are presented in their true relations and in their proper subordination. MONTEITH'S NEW PHYSICAL GEOGRAPHY. 4to $1.00 A new and comprehensive work, embracing the results of recent research in this field, including Physiography, Hydrography, Meteorology, Terrestial Magnetism, and Vulcanology. The topical arrangement of subjects adapts the work for use in grammar grades...
Page 64 - A SOUND mind in a sound body is a short but full description of a happy state in this world. He that has these two has little more to wish for; and he that wants either of them will be but little the better for anything else.
Page 131 - The only books extant which approach this subject with a proper view of the true object of teaching Physiology in schools, viz., that scholars may know how to take care of their own health. In...
Page 57 - Pictus" which I shall have occasion to mention again hereafter. Comenius was by no means one of those pedagogues who take up one or another single subject of instruction, or who place all good in a certain method of teaching. He was, in the very best sense of the word, universal; and notwithstanding this universality, he always strove after the most thorough foundation.
Page 131 - KELLOGG'S FIRST BOOK IN PHYSIOLOGY AND HYGIENE. By JH KELLOGG, MD, 170 pages, 40 cents The design of this book is to present in as simple a manner as possible such hygienic and physiological facis as are necessary to acquaint children with the laws of healthful living.