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TEXT BOOK FOR CLASSES,
THE PRINCIPLES OF THE SCIENCE
UND RENDERED SIMPLE BY MODES OF ILLUSTRATION, DEVISED AFTER
CAREFUL OBSERVATION AND
UD RENDERED ENTERTAINING TO THE PUPIL, BY A GREAT VARIETY OF
AMUSING PROBLEMS, INVOLVING THE PRINCIPLES ILLUSTRATED :
THE WHOLE CONSTITUTING THE MOST
COMPLETE SYSTEM OF PRACTICAL ARITHMETIC,
NOW BEFORE THE PUBLIC.
BY FREDERICK A. P. BARNARD, A. B. MATIIEMATICAL INSTRUCTOR IN THE HARTFORD GRAMMAR SCHOOL.
PUBLISHED BY PACKARD & BUTLER.
MARYARD COLLEGE CISRARY
JANUARY 25, 1924
DISTRICT OF CONNECTICUT, ss. L. S.
BE IT REMEMBERED, That on the thirteenth day of July in the fifty,
fifth year of the Independence of the United States of America, Packard & Butler of the said District, have deposited in this office the title of a Book, the right whereof they claim as Proprietors in the words following, to wit:
“A treatise on Arithmetic, designed particularly as a text book for classes, in " which the principles of the science are inductively developed, and rendered "simple by modes of illustration, devised after careful observation, and actual "experiment in the school rem; combining written arithmetic, with copious “mental exercises, and containmg a variety of useful practical abbreviations in "calculation, not found in any similar work : adapted to the Federal currency, and "rendered entertaining to the pupil, by a great variety of amusing problems, "involving the principles illustrated; the whole constituting the most complete “system of practical arithmetic, now before the public. By FREDERICK Å. P. “BARNARD, A. B., Mathematical Instructor in the Hartford Grammar School.:'
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CHAŘLES A. INGERSOLL, Clerk of the District of Connecticut. A true copy of record, examined and sealed by me,
CHARLES A. INGERSOLL, Clerk of the District of Connecticut,
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