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"A School, an Academy, and a University."
New Serial Issue
School Board Chronicle.
in Monthly Parts, 6d., of the
THOROUGHLY REVISED EDITION
Cassell's Popular Educator.
Part 1 ready Nov. 25, 1884, price 6d.
WHEN the Right Hon. ROBERT Lowe (now Lord SHERBROOKE), a few years ago, addressed the working men of Halifax on the best methods of self-education, he did not hesitate to place THE POPULAR EDUCATOR as the first book in the first rank. He said :
"If you give a child instruction, you have given him the potentiality of "possessing any amount of knowledge he pleases. Another thing I will "mention for the benefit of those young men who are wishful to possess "that amount of knowledge-one or two excellent books, which, if they "would read, would place them in a position, and give them an intelligent "power of judging of the world and the things around them superior to that "of many honourable and other gentlemen with whom I am acquainted. "NOW, THE FIRST BOOK WHICH I WILL RECOMMEND "IS CASSELL'S 'EDUCATOR.' A man who has read, and "thoroughly knows the contents of this, is a man who will under"stand the greatest part of what is going on around him, which is "a great deal more than can be said of the best Greek or Latin 'scholar, or even the accomplished lawyer."
Although more than a million copies have been sold of CASSELL'S POPULAR EDUCATOR in the various editions which have been successively
called for, yet so continuous and urgent is the demand that the Publ have determined to re-issue in Monthly Parts the Revised Edition, has recently been thoroughly brought down to the latest date in its ve departments.
So rapid, too, and enormous has been the result of State pr education, that every year thousands of new readers and students their place in the work of the world furnished with a key to the tem knowledge. They know and feel keenly, with the new power in hands, that the time has come when they must rely on their own to raise themselves in the world, and hence the present demand for a Issue of THE POPULAR EDUCATOR, a work which beyond all other enable them to carry on without limit the process of self-education.
Testimony upon testimony has reached the Publishers from am the hundreds of thousands who have possessed themselves of the declaring that they could not refrain from expressing how much of success in life they owe to the POPULAR EDUCATOR. These testim have never ceased to flow in, scarcely a day passing without some correspondent expressing his gratitude for the work.
The Daily Telegraph in a recent issue said: "This, the latest tri of cheap excellence in literature, may fairly lay claim to the charact completeness in its practical elucidation of the whole range of eleme advanced, and technical education."
The Standard says: "There is probably no cyclopædia of educ in existence which is so complete in its way as CASSELL'S POP EDUCATOR."
"We have gone over the pages of this great work," said the L University Magazine, "with sentiments of real wonder. WE KNOW NONE LIKE IT."
With PART 1 is issued a Large Presentation Pl
Copies of this Prospectus will be forwarded in any number desire distribution on application to CASSELL & COMPANY, LIM Ludgate Hill, London.
Notice.-Messrs. CASSELL & COMPANY have had for some time pe active preparation, and will shortly issue in Monthly Parts, a which will form a Complete Encyclopædia of Technical and Manufacture, embracing everything that is needed for efficient instruction of all who aim at FORCING THEIR WAY TO
FRONT RANK OF SKILLED WORKMEN,