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MACMILLAN'S COPY-BOOKS Continued

By a simple device the copies, which are printed upon separate slips, are arranged with a movable attachment, by which they are adjusted so as to be directly before the eye of the pupil at all points of his progress. It enables him, also, to keep his own faults concealed, with perfect models constantly in view for imitation. Every experienced teacher knows the advantage of the slip copy, but its practical application has never before been successfully accomplished. This feature is secured exMARTIN THE POET'S HOUR: Poetry selected and

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clusively to Macmillan's Copy-books under Goodman's patent. MACMILLAN'S PROGRESSIVE FRENCH COURSE, By

G. EUGÉNE-FASNACHT, Senior Master of Modern Languages,
Harpur Foundation Modern School, Bedford.
1.–FIRST YEAR, containing Easy Lessons on the Regular Ac.
cidence. Extra fcap. 8vo.
II.-SECOND YEAR, containing Conversational Lessons on
Systematic Accidence and Elementary Syntax. With Philo.
logical Illustrations and Etymological Vocabulary.

Is. 6d.
III.-THIRD YEAR, containing a Systematic Syntax, and

Lessons in Composition. Extra fcap. 8vo.
MACMILLAN'S PROGRESSIVE FRENCH READERS-

By G. EUGÉNE-FASNACHT.
1.-First YEAR, containing Tables, Historical Extracts,
Letters, Dialogues, Fables, Ballads, Nursery Songs, &c.,
with Two Vocabularies : (1) in the order of subjects ; (2) in
alphabetical order. Extra fcap. 8vo.
IJ.-SECOND YEAR, containing Fiction in Prose and Verse,
Historical and Descriptive Extracts, Essays, Letters, Dialogues,
&c. Extra fcap. 8vo.

25. 6d. MACMILLAN'S PROGRESSIVO GDRMAN COURS2-By

G, EUGÉNE FASNACHT.
Part I.-FIRST YEAR. Easy Lessons and Rules on the Regular
Accidence. Extra fcap. 8vo.
Part II.-SECOND YEAR, Conversational Lessons in Sys.
tematic Accidence and Elementary Syntax. With Philological
Illustrations and Etymological Vocabulary. Extra fcap.
Svo. 25,

25, 6d.

25. 6d.

Is, 6d.

arranged for Children, By FRANCES MARTIN. Third
Edition. 18mo. 25. 6d.
SPRING-TIME WITH THE POETS: Poetry selected by
FRANCES MARTIN, Second Edition. 18mo. 35. 6d.

MASSON (GUSTAVE)- A COMPENDIOUS DICTIONARY

OF THE FRENCH LANGUAGE (French-English and English-French). Adapted from the Dictionaries of Professor ALFRED ELWALL. Followed by a List of the Principal Di. verging Derivations, and preceded by Chronological and Historical Tables. By GUSTAVE MASSON, Assistant Master and Librarian, Harrow School. Fourth Edition. Crown 8vo half-bound. 6s.

MOLIÈRE-LE MALADE IMAGINAIRE. Edited, with

Introduction and Notes, by FRANCIS TARVER, M.A., Assistant.
Master at Eton. Fcap. 8vo.

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MORRIS-Works by the Rev. R. MORRIS, LL.D.

HISTORICAL OUTLINES OF ENGLISH ACCIDENCE,
comprising Chapters on the History and Development of the
Language, and on Word-formation. New Edition. Extra
fcap. 8vo. 6s.
ELEMENTARY LESSONS IN HISTORICAL
ENGLISH GRAMMAR, containing Accidence and Word.
formation. New Edition. 18mo.

25. 6d.

PRIMER OF ENGLISH GRAMMAR. 18mo.

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NICOLIISTORY OF THE FRENCH LANGUAGE,

with especial reference to the French element in English. By HENRY Nicol, Member of the Philological Society.

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OLIPHANT-THE OLD AND MIDDLE ENGLISH. А

New Edition of “ THE SOURCES OF STANDARD
ENGLISH," revised and greatly enlarged. By T. L KING-
TON OLIPHANT. Extra fcap. 8vo. gs.

PALGRAVE-THE CHILDREN'S TREASURY OF

LYRICAL POETRY. Selected and Arranged with Notes by FRANCIS TURNER PALGRAVE. 18mo. 25. 6d. Also in Two parts. 18mo.

Is, each. PLUTARCH-Being a Selection from the Lives which Illustrate

Shakespeare. North's Translation. Edited, with Introductions, Notes, Index of Names, and Glossarial Index, by the Rev. W. W. SKEAT, M.A. Crown 8vo. 6s.

PYLODET-NEW GUIDE TO GERMAN CONVERSA.

TION: containing an Alphabetical List of nearly 800 Familiar
Words followed by Exercises, Vocabulary of Words in frequent
use ; Familiar Phrases and Dialogues ; Sketch of German
Literature, Idiomatic Expressions, &c. By L. PYLODET.
18mo. cloth limp. 25. 6d.
A SYNOPSIS OF GERMAN GRAMMAR. From the
above. 18mo. 6d.

QUEEN'S COLLEGE LONDON. THE CALENDER, 1879-80;

1880-81. Fcap. 8vo. Each is. 6d. READING BOOKS-Adapted to the English and Scotch Codes.

Bound in Cloth.
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II.

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III.

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IV.

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V.

V. 18mo. (380 pp.) IS.
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VI. Crown 8vo. (430 pp.) 25.

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Book VI. is fitted for higher Classes, and as an Introduction to English Literature.

‘They are far above any others that have appeared both in form and substance. ...

The editor of the present series has rightly seen that reading books must 'aim chiefly at giving to the pupils the power of accurate, and, if possible, apt and skilsul expression; at cultivating in them a good literary taste, and at arousing a desire of further reading, This is done by taking care to select the extracts from true English classics, going up in Standard VI. course to Chaucer, Hooker, and Bacon, as well as Wordsworth, Macaulay, and Froude. This is quite on the right track, and indicates justly the ideal which we ought to set before us." GUARDIAN,

SHAKESPEARE-A SHAKESPEARE MANUAL By F. G.

FleAY, M.A., late Head Master of Skipton Grammar School.
Second Edition. Extra fcap. 8vo. 45. 6d.
AN ATTEMPT TO DETERMINE THE CHRONO.
LOGICAL ORDER OF SHAKESPEARE'S PLAYS. By
the Rev. H. PAINE STOK ES, B.A. Extra fcap. 8vo. 45. 6d.
THE TEMPEST. With Glossarial and Explanatory Notes.

By the Rev. J. M. JEPHSON. New Edition. 18mo. SONNENSCHEIN and MEIKLEJOHN - THE ENGLISH

METHOD OF TEACHING TO READ. By A. Son.
NENSCHEIN and J. M. D. MEIKLEJOHN, M.A. Fcap. 8vo.

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COMPRISING :

THE NURSERY BOOK, containing all the Two-Letter

Words in the Language. id. (Also in Large Type on

Sheets for School Walls. 55.)
THE FIRST COURSE, consisting of Short Vowels with

Single Consonants. 60.
THE SECOND COURSE, with Combinations and Bridges.

consisting of Short Vowels with Double Consonants. 60. THE THIRD AND FOURTH COURSES, consisting of

Long Vowels, and all the Double Vowels in the Language.

6d. "These are admirable books, because they are constructed on a prin. ciple, and that the simplest principle on which it is possible to learn to read

English.' -SPECTATOR. TAYLOR-WORDS AND PLACES; or, Etymological Illus.

trations of History, Ethnology, and Geography. By the Rev. Isaac Taylor, M.A. Third and cheaper Edition, revised

and compressed. With Maps. Globe 8vo. 6s. TAYLOR-A PRIMER OF PIANOFORTE PLAYING. By

FRANKLIN TAYLOR. Edited by George GROVE. 18mo. Is. TEGETMEIER - HOUSEHOLD MANAGEMENT AND

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COOKERY. With an Appendix of Recipes used by the Teachers of the National School of Cookery. By W. B. TEGETMEIER. Compiled at the request of the School Board for London. 18mo.

"Admirably adapted to the use for which it is designed."-ATHRNRUM. "A seasonable and thorou hly practical manual. . It can be consulted readily and the information it contains is given in the simplest language

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THORNTON-FIRST LESSONS IN BOOK-KEEPING. By J. THORNTON. Crown 8vo.

25. 60. The object of this volume is to make the theory of Book-keeping suf. ficiently plain for even children to understand it.

THRING-Works by EDWARD THRING, M. A., Head Master of

Uppingham.

THE ELEMENTS OF GRAMMAR TAUGHT IN
ENGLISH. With Questions. Fourth Edition. 18mo.

25.

TRENCH (ARCHBISHOP)--Works by R. C. TRENCH, D.D.,

Archbishop of Dublin.

HOUSEHOLD BOOK OF ENGLISII POETRY. Selected and Arranged, with Notes. Third Edition. Extra fcap. Svo.

55. 6d.

ON THE STUDY OF WORDS. Seventeenth Edition,
revised. Fcap. 8vo. 55.
ENGLISH, PAST AND PRESENT. Eleventh Edition,
revised and improved. Fcap. 8vo. 55.
A SELECT GLOSSARY OF ENGLISH WORDS, used
formerly in Senses Different from their Present, Fifth
Edition, revised and enlarged. Fcap. 8vo. Ss.

By

VAUGHAN (C. M.)-WORDS FROM THE POETS.

C. M. VAUGHAN. New Edition, 18mo, cloth. IS.

VICTORIA UNIVERSITY CALENDAR, with the Calendar

of the Owens College, 1880–1981. Crown 8vo. 34.

VINCENT and DICKSON-HANDBOOK TO MODERN

GREEK. By EDGAR VINCENT, Coldstream Guards, and
T. G. DICKSON, M.A. With Preface by Professor J. S.
BLACKIE. Extra fcap. 8vo. 55.

“This is a grammar and conversation book in one, and avoids with great success the tediousness too common in grammars and the silliness too common in conversation books. .... It will not be Messrs. Vincent and Dickson's fault if their work does not contribute materially to the study of Greek by Englishmen as a living language."—PALL MALL GAZETTE.

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