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BARRINGTON'S PHYSICAL GEOGRAPHY, Edited by CHARLES BURDETT BUTLER'S ANALOGY OF RELIGION. By JOSEPH BUTLER, LL.D. With an Introductory Essay by Rev. ALBERT BARNES. 1 vol. 12mo.
The Same Work, with Questions for the Examination of Students. By Rev. JOSEPH
MCKEE, A.M. Academy and School edition
COUSIN'S PSYCHOLOGY. One volume large Duodecimo, 540 pages, fourth edition,
enlarged; translated and edited by C. S. HENRY, D.D.
GRAY'S CHEMISTRY: or, Elements of Chemistry. Containing the Principles of
the Science, both Experiinental and Theoretical. By ALONZO GRAY, A.M. 40th edi-
tion, newly revised and greatly enlarged
HITCHCOCK'S GEOLOGY; Elements of Geology. By EDWARD HITCHCOCK, D.D.
LL.D., President of Amherst College, and Professor of Natural Theology and Geol-
ogy. A new edition, revised, enlarged and adapted to the present advanced state
of the Science. 420 pages -
HALLOCK'S GRAMMAR; A Grammar of the English Language. By E. J.
HICKOK'S EMPIRICAL PSYCHOLOGY; or, Science of the Mind in Consciousness. 1 vol.
HICKOK'S SYSTEM OF MORAL SCIENCE. 1 vol.
KIDDLE'S ASTRONOMY; being a Manual of Astronomy and the use of the Globes.
By HENRY KIDDLE, New York. 10th edition
MCELLIGOTT'S ANALYTICAL MANUAL; a Manual, Analytical and Synthetical,
of Orthography and Definitions. By JAMES N. MCELLIGOTT, LL.D.
MCELLIGOTT'S YOUNG ANALYZER; being an Easy Outline of the Course of In-
struction in the English Language presented in the Analytical Manual
NEWMAN'S RHETORIC; being a Practical System of Rhetoric; or the principles and
rules of style inferred from examples of writing. To which is added a Historical
Dissertation on English Style. By SAMUEL P. NEWMAN, late Professor of Rhetoric
in Bowdoin College
NEWTON'S PRINCIPIA. The Mathematical Principles of Natural Philosophy. By
SIR ISAAC NEWTON. Translated by ANDREW MOTTE. To which is added NEWTON'S
SYSTEM OF THE WORLD. First American Edition. With a Life of the Author, by
N. W. CHITTENDEN, A.M., &c. Portrait
PORTER'S RHETORICAL READER; Consisting of Instructions for Regulating the
Voice, with a Rhetorical Notation, illustrating Inflection, Emphasis and Modula-
tion; and a course of Rhetorical Exercises. Designed for the use of Academies and
High Schools. By EBENEZER PORTER, D.D., late President of the Theological Semi-
nary, Andover. New and enlarged edition
PORTER'S RHETORICAL READER. Enlarged by the addition of 200 pages of the
choicest exercises in Reading and Elocution. By JAMES N. MCELLIGOTT, LL.D.
SMITH'S NATURAL PHILOSOPHY. Illustrated by numerous Examples and ap-
propriate Diagrams. By HAMILTON L. SMITH, A.M. -
SPENCER'S ENGLISH GRAMMAR; combining the Analytical and Synthetical Prin-
ciples. Illustrated by Exercises for Grammatical Analysis; with numerous Exam-
ples of False Syntax. By GEORGE SPENCER, A.M.
SANDERS' NEW SERIES OF READERS. BY CHARLES W. SANDERS, A.M. These books are, in matter, engravings and typography, entirely new. Simple in style, without being puerile-highly moral in tone, without being dull or cynical-carefully graduated to the known wants of the Schools
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the condition of a mere machine-and withal, unsurpassed in mechanical execu-
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this department of education.
SANDERS' NEW SPELLER, DEFINER AND ANALYZER; containing a com-
plete and thorough course of instruction in Orthography and Orthopy, on the prin-
ciples of Dr. Webster; in which, also, words of all classes, simple, derivative and
compound, are so arranged, compared, contrasted, defined and analyzed, as
best to bring out and inculcate their true MEANING and APPLICATION; forming alto-
gether a full and progressive course of lessons, precisely adapted to the known
wants of pupils of al. grades, and answering the double purpose of Spelling Book
and Dictionary in Schools. Just published
SANDERS' PICTORIAL PRIMER. Bound. (Green Covers)
SANDERS' NEW FIRST READER; containing easy progressive lessons in Reading and Spelling
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SANDERS' NEW THIRD READER; containing Exercises in Articulation and Inflection, Definitions, &c.
SANDERS' NEW FOURTH READER; embracing a comprehensive System of Instruction in the Principles of Elocution, with a choice collection of Reading Lessons in Prose and Poetry
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SANDER'S HIGH SCHOOL READER
SANDERS' YOUNG LADIES' READER; A choice Course of Exercises in Reading,
both in Prose and Poetry; carefully adapted to the wants of the female mind, and
so arranged as to become, in the hands of the teacher, a most effective Manual of
SANDERS' ELOCUTIONARY CHART; designed an as accompaniment to Sanders'
Series of Reading Books, for the use of Primary Schools, Academies, Institutes,
Seminaries, Colleges, &c. By C. W. SANDERS, A.M.. and Prof. E. W. MERRILL, A.M.
This Chart is intended to give a knowledge of the Elementary Sounds of the
English Language; to apply those Elements in Reading; to remedy defects in Ar-
ticulation, Modulation, Inflection, &c.; also, to give force, smoothness and com-
pass to the voice. It is colored and varnished, and mounted on rollers, being in
size six feet by four feet and a half.
THOMSON'S SERIES OF ARITHMETICS.
INTRODUCTORY TO DAY AND THOMSON'S SERIES OF MATHEMATICS.
THOMSON'S ARITHMETICAL TABLES, 18mo. Half bound
THOMSON'S MENTAL ARITHMETIC, New edition, enlarged
THOMSON'S ARITHMETICAL ANALYSIS; or, Higher Mental Arithmetic
THOMSON'S RUDIMENTS OF ARITHMETIC; or, Slate and Black Board
THOMSON'S PRACTICAL ARITHMETIC; uniting the Inductive with the Syn
thetic modes of Instruction
This revised, improved and enlarged edition contains all the subjects requisite to a thorough business and professional education.
THOMSON'S KEY TO PRACTICAL ARITHMETIC. For teachers only, embracing answers, methods of solution, &c.
THOMSON'S HIGHER ARITHMETIC; combining the Analytical and Synthetic
THOMSON & DAY'S TRIGONOMETRY; being a Treatise on Plane Trigonometry, and the Mensuration of Hights and Distances. To which is prefixed a summary view of the Nature and Use of Logarithms. Adapted to the method of instruction in Schools and Academies. By JEREMIAH DAY, D.D., LL.D., of Yale College THOMSON & DAY'S SURVEYING, Elements of Surveying. Adapted both to the wants of the learner and the Practical Surveyor. (In Press.)