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GLEIG’S SCHOOL SERIES.

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FIRST BOOK of HISTORY – ENGLAND. Being

the First Work of the Series. By the Rev. G. R. GLEIG, MA. Chaplaingeneral to the Forces, and Prebenday of St. Paul's, Editor. 18mo. 2s. 6.; or in Two Parts, price One Shilling each.

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The BRITISH COLONIES. 'Forming the Second Book of History. By the Rev. G. R, GLEIG, M.A. Chaplain-General to the Forces, and Prebendary of St. Paul's, Editor. 18mo. price One Shilling.

BRITISH INDIA. Forming the Third Book of History. By the Rev. G. R. GLEIG, M.A. Chaplain-General to the Forces, and Prebendary of St. Paul's, Editor. 18mo. price One Shilling.

SACRED HISTORY. Forming the Fourth Book of History. By the Rev.G.R. GLEIG, M.A. Chaplain General to the Forces, and Prebendary of St. Paul's, Editor. 18mo. 2s.6d.; or in 2 Parts, price ls. each.

5. EXPLANATORY ENGLISH GRAMMAR for BEGINNERS: with Practical Exercises on the Parts of Speech, and a graduated Course of Parsing Lessons. By W. M'LEOD, Head Master of the Military Asylum Model School, Chelsea. 18mo. price One Shilling.

6. HYDROSTATICS,HYDRAULICS,and PNEUMATICS. For the use of Beginners. By Tomas TATE, F.R.A.S. of Kneller Training College, Twickenham. With numerous Woodcuts. 18mo. price One Shilling.

GENERAL GEOGRAPHY. For the use of Beginners. By WILLIAM HUGHES, F.R.G.S. late Professor of Geography in the College for Civil Engineers, 18mo. price One Shilling.

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The First THREE BOOKS of EUCLID's ELEMENTS of GEOMETRY. With various Useful Theorems and Problems. By THOMAS TATE, F.R.A.S. of Kneller Training College, Twickenham. 18mo, Diagrams, price One Shilling.

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ASTRONOMY and the USE of the GLOBES simplibed for the Use of Beginners. By THOMAS TATE, F.R.A.S. of Kneller Training College, Twickenham. With numerous Woodcuts. 18mo. price One Shilling.

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« Of Mr. Gleig's ability to make any subject, interesting there can be no question, and he treats of Sacred History with the same vigorous sense and pictorial power with which he handles all his subjects. The style is at the same time suited to the seriousness and importance of the theme. The School Series, edited by Mr. Gleig, of which the Sacred History forms part, is one deserving to be widely known and used. We are glad that our Military schools have so intelligent and active an Inspector-General, who is able with his pen to provide such educational helps as may be desirable." LITERARY GAZETTE,

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