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Inductive Method of Instruction. BY WARREN COLBURN.
FIRST LESSONS. Intellectual Arithmetic, upon the
"Colburn's First Lessons, the only faultless school book that we have, has made a great change in the mode of teaching Arithmetic, and is destined to make a still greater. It should be made the basis of instruction in this department."- From the School and Schoolmaster.
"Warren Colburn's First Lessons has had many imitators, but no equals."— From the Massachusetts Common School Journal for April, 1852.
"I have always considered Colburn's First Lessons in Arithmetic the most valuable school book that has made its appearance in this country. Constant use of it for more than twelve years has entirely confirmed my opinion. - George B. Emerson.
"I have no hesitation in saying that this book is not only the best in this country, but, so far as my information extends, the best in the world."-Thomas Sherwin, Esq., of the Boston High School.
Elements of History, Ancient and Modern. By J. E. WORCESTER, LL.D. A new edition, brought down to the Present Time, and printed from entirely new stereotype plates. 438 pp.
Worcester's History has for many years occupied a high place among text books. The new edition, being printed from entirely new stereotype plates, is a great improvement upon former editions. Applicants for admission into the Freshman class at Harvard College are examined in this book.
The Philosophy of Natural History. By WM. SMELLIE. With an Introduction and Addition by Dr. John Ware, of Cambridge, Mass. 12no, 360 pp.
Smellie's Philosophy is a valuable book for High Schools and Academies, and is used extensively in every part of the country.
NORTHEND'S BOOK KEEPING. The Common School Book Keeping; being a simple and practical system, by Single Entry. Designed for the use of Public Schools, and adapted to the wants of Mechanics, Farmers, and Retail Merchants, containing various forms of Notes, Receipts, Orders, Bills, and other useful matter; in two books, a Day-book and Ledger. By Charles Northend, author of "National Writing Book," "National Speaker," etc.
In preparing this system the author has endeavored to make a plain, practical, and economical work, suited to the wants of common schools and retail merchants in every department of business.
CUSHING'S MANUAL. Rules of Proceeding and Debate in Deliberative Assemblies. By LUTHER S. CUSHING, for twelve years Clerk of Massachusetts House of Representatives.
BENTLEY'S PICTORIAL PRIMER. For beginners. One of the most beautiful school books published.
Copies of all the above books will be sent to school committees, for examination, on application.
MY UNCLE TOBY'S LIBRARY,
BY FRANCIS FORRESTER, Esq.,
Consists of TWELVE VOLUMES, elegantly bound, and Illustrated with upv rds of
1. Arthur Ellerslie, or The Brave Boy.
8. Fretful Lillia, or The Girl who was com-
9. Minnie's Pic-nic, or a Day in the Woods.
12. Arthur's Triumph, or Goodness Rewarded.
7. The Runaway, or Punishment of Pride. The books are so written that, while each number is a complete story in itself, there is, nevertheless, a connection between the whole series.
In addition to their own publications, B. T. & C. are supplied with a large stock of School Books, Music Books, and Stationery, which they offer to purchasers at lowest prices.