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INTRODUCTION TO THE STUDY OF GEO.
GRAPHY.-In one quarto volume, with maps and over one
hundred elegant illustrations. ELEMENTARY GEOGRAPHY FOR PRIMARY
CLASSES.--In one quarto volume, e egantly illustrated, and containing maps of the world, the Continents, the United States, the British Isles, and sectional maps of the United States. Designed
to precede the Intermediate Geography. INTERMEDIATE GEOGRAPHY. - In one quarto
volume, illustrated with 1.umerous engravings, and containing upwards of fifty Maps, of which twelve are full-page maps, engraved in the highest style of the art, colored politically and physically, embracing colored diagrams for the construction of maps of each Continent, and also colored diagrams, with full instructions
for drawing the maps of the separate States of the United States. COMMON-SCHOOL GEOGRAPHY.-In one royal
quarto volume, with numerous illustrations, containing twenty-three full-page and double-page maps, engraved in the highest style of the art, colored politically and physically, embracing also diagrams for
the construction of maps of each Continent. Since the publication of Guyot's Text-Books, in September, 1866, nearly 200,000 copies have been adopted by the leading schools of the country -a success which has no parallel in the history of text-books.
TO TEACHERS. Teachers desiring to examine these Text-Books can proeure them of he Publishers at the following reduced prices:
The Primary and Elementary Geographies (each) $0.75.
1.00. The Common-School Geography
1.50. Or the Four Books will be sent together for
3.50. F Pamphlets, containing testimonials from instructors who have practically tested Guyot's Ceographical Text-Books, will be sent to any ddress. CHARLES SORIBNER & CO., Publishers,
654 Broadway, New York,