| Terence - 1857 - 642 páginas
...sufficient proof that teachers and pupils alike approve of the nse of interesting Btoriee, with a pimple **plot in place of the dry combination of letters and...making no impression on the mind, of which elementary** readingbooks generally consist. The Publishers have therefore thought it advisable to extend the application... | |
| Demosthenes - 1859 - 572 páginas
...attained i* я sufficient proof that teachers and pupils alike approve of the use of interesting storiop, **with a simple plot in place of the dry combination...which elementary reading books generally consist.** Tho Publishers have therefore thought it advisable to extend the application of this principle to books... | |
| Richard Potter - 1859 - 101 páginas
...Yoimg Readers," has attained is a sufficient proof that teachers .ind pupils alike approve of the use **of interesting stories, with a simple plot in place...making no impression on the mind, of which elementary** reading-books generally consist. The publishers have therefore thought it advisable to extend the application... | |
| Stephen Fenwick - 1861
...Young Readers ' have attained is a sufficient proof that teachers and pupils alike approve of the use **of interesting stories, with a simple plot in place...Publishers have therefore thought it advisable to** ertend the application of this principle to books adapted for more advanced readers. Now Ready. Post... | |
| John Grote - 1865
...Young Readers," has attained is a sufficient proof that teachers and pupils alike approve of the use **of interesting stories, with a simple plot in place...making no impression on the mind, of which elementary** reading.books generally consist. The publishers havetherefore thought it advisable to extend the application... | |
| George Long - 1866
...Yonnpt Readers' have attained is a sufficient proof that teachers and pupils alike approve of the use **of interesting stories, with a simple plot in place...making no impression on the mind, of which elementary** readingbooks generally consist. The Publishers have therefore thought it advisable to extend the application... | |
| Juvenal - 1867 - 466 páginas
...Yonng Readers ' have attained is a sufficient proof that teachers and pupils alike approve of the u№ **of interesting stories, with a simple plot in place of the dry combination of letters and** gyllablea, making no impression on the mindv of which elementary reading, books generally coniiet.... | |
| Juvenal - 1867 - 466 páginas
...that teachers nnd pupils alike approve of the nee of interesting stories, with asimple plot in placeof **the dry combination of letters and syllables, making no impression on the** niiud, of which elementary reading-books generally consist. The publishers have therefore thought it... | |
| Demosthenes - 1868
...Young Renders ' have attained is a sufficient proof "that teachers and pupils alike approve of the use **of interesting stories, with a simple plot in place...elementary reading. books generally consist. The Publishers** hare therefore thought It advisable to eitend the application of this principle to books adapted for... | |
| Wilhelm Wagner - 1869 - 489 páginas
...Young Readers ' have attained is a sufficient proof that teachers and pupils alike approve of the use **of interesting stories, with a simple plot in place...making no impression on the mind, of which elementary** readingbooks generally consist. The Publishers have therefore thought it advisable to extend the application... | |
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