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Farmer, Brace & Co's Publications.
Rev. P. Bullions' Grammars and Classics. 1. Practical Lessons in English Grammar and Composition. 2. The Principles of English Grammar, (for Common Schools.) 3. Introduction to Analytical and Practical English Grammar, 4. Analytical and Practical English Grammar for High Schools. 5. Exercises in Parsing and Analysis.
6. Spencer's Latin Lessons.
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Presented by HON. D. BETHUNE DUFFIELD,
ing wherein they agree and wherein they differ, and a profitable exercise is furnished in comparative or general grammar.
"We are using Dr. Bullions' Grammars, English, Latin, and Greek, and shall introduce all his works. We like them much." (Prof.) Rev. C. MARTIN HAMPDEN, Sydney College. "Send us 500 Bullions' Analytical English Grammar to introduce into the English Department of Antioch College. We use the Greek and Latin." A. S. DEAN.
A very large number of similar testimonials from all parts of the country are in the hands of the publishers.
The Analytical Grammar is used in Boston, and many of the principal cities of New England; as well as of all parts of the Union. It promises to become the standard Grammar of the country. The Latin and Greek series is in use in a vast number of schools and colleges throughout the continent.
Farmer, Brace & Co's Publications.
1. Schell's Introductory Lessons in Arithmetic.
2. Enos' Intellectual and Practical Arithmetic.
3. Dodd's Elementary and Practical Arithmetic. 4. Dodd's High School Arithmetic.
5. Dodd's Elementary Algebra.
6. Dodd's High School Algebra. 7. Dodd's Key to Algebra.
8. Dodd's Geometry and Mensuration.
9. Whitlock's Geometry and Surveying.
The steps taken in Schell's Arithmetic are as easy as possible, but at every step the child gets on. In Enos' work the mental exercises are so varied as to prepare the pupil for almost every contingency in after life. The books prepared by Prof. J. B. Dodd, of Transylvania University, not only give great satisfaction in the school-room, but they have a marked influence upon other text books No slight indication this of originality and well-directed genius. The following gentlemen express in brief the opinions of those who use these books:
"I wish to introduce Schell's little Arithmetic. It is just the thing for beganners." J. MARKHAM, Ohio. "Having used Enos' Arithmetic in my school, I believe it to be superior to all u other works of the kind." W. BAILEY, N. Y. "Having used Dodd's High School Arithmetic for more than a year, I am free to say that I have no wish to change it for any other. Its divisions and general arrangement peculiarly adapt it to my wants." J. W. P. JENKS, Principal Pierce Academy, Mass.
"I am delighted with Dodd's Algebra, and think it the best extant,"-A. LESTER. "I consider Dodd's Algebra the very best work I have ever seen. We are using it."
B. F. STERN.
Dr. J. L. Comstock's Series on the Sciences, viz.: Philosophy, Chemistry, Botany, Geology, Mineralogy, Physiology, and Natural History. Olney's Geographical Series and Outline Maps.
Griffin's Southern Readers, 1, 2, 3, 4.
Brocklesby's Meteorology and Views of the Microscopic World.
The Students' Series, including Primer, Spelling-Book, Readers 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, and Juvenile Speaker. By J. S. Denman.
Palmer's Book-keeping for Common Schools.
Greenleaf's Grammar simplified.
Gallaudet and Hooker's School and Family Dictionary.
Bentley's Pictorial Spelling-Book.
Goldsmith's Geograpical View of the World.
Robinson's History of England.
Prof. Worthington Hooker's Physiology for High Schools.