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GUYOT'S PHYSICAL GEOGRAPHY.

The publishers of Guyot's unrivalled Series of Geographies are gratified to announce that this master-piece of the great author is now ready. Educators desiring a new Text-Book in this braneh are cordially invited to examine this work.

Felter's New Practical Arithmetic.

Prepared expressly for the Felter Series, By Prof. S. H. PEABODY, of Mass. Agricultural College. This book combines Mental and written Arithmetic, is concise and clear in its defnitions and rules, and contains an unusually large number of such practical problems as farmers, mechanics, and other business men have to solve.

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READERS.

Prepared by Prof. E.A. SHELDON, of Oswego Normal School, N.r.

Superbly illustrated. Adapted to both the Phonic and the Word method of teaching reading. Simple facts in natural science incidentally taught in natural, child language.

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