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BINGHAM'S SERIES OF APPROVED TEXT-BOOKS.
This Series Comprises : BINGHAM'S ENGLISH GRAMMAR. BINGHAM'S LATIN GRAMMAR. BINGHAM'S LATIN EXERCISES. BINGHAM'S LATIN READER.
BINGHAM'S CÆSAR. BINGHAM'S LATIN PROSE COMPOSITION. (In press.) The points of excellence, rendered specially prominent by the actual test of the school-room, and embodied in the recommendations of many of the first educators of the country, may be briofly noted.
BINGHAM'S ENGLISH GRAMMAR. “ The subject is discussed in the most philosophical manner.”—“The conformity of the rules to the Latin Grammar is a step in the right direction."
BINGHAM'S LATIN GRAMMAR. “Comprehensiveness of details."-"Copious exercises in immediate connection with every theoretical principle."-"Correctness, clearness and conciseness of its rules of gender."-"The careful marking of the quantity of the vowels.”—“ Perfectly simple, progressive and rigorously exact.”—“Its admirable method of treating the gender of the third declension.”—“Methodical, clear and direct.”—“It is a most admirably arranged Drill-book.”—“Bufficiently advanced for the college student.”—“Sufficiently elementary for the beginner.”
BINGHAM'S LATIN READER. “ The only Latin reader in which the quantity of the vowels is marked."_“It is just what the young Latin pupil needs previous to commencing Cæsar.”
BINGHAM'S CÆSAR. “One of the neatest, cleanest and most attractive classical works published.”“Worthy of the Graminar.”—“Handsomely printed, substantially and neatly bound.”
By SANBORN TENNEY, A.M.
A New Edition of this Work, with over 250 Engravings. What is said of it by experienced teachers :—“I regard Tenney's Geology as a MODEL school-book ;"_" Presents the leading facts of the science in a clear and natural nander, and contains all that is required in an ordinary course of instruction."
PROF. COPPÉE'S SERIES OF APPROVED TEXT-BOOKS.
By HENRY COPPÉE, LL.D., President Lehigh University.
COPPÉE'S ELEMENTS OF LOGIC.
COPPÉE'S ACADEMIC SPEAKER.
Prof. Coppée's status in educational matters is ample guarantee of the worth of his books; they are being rapidly adopted by the various Normal Schools and higher Seminaries throughout the country.