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SALLUSTI CATILINA ET JUGURTHA, with explanatory notes, lexicon, etc. By George Stuart, A.M. Philadelphia: Eldredge & Brother. Boston: J. L. Hammett. This adds another volume to the Chase and Stuart Classical Series. The text is based upon a careful comparison of Gerlach and Jordanus, the most approved German editors of Sallust. The grammatical references and notes are numerous, and furnish all the assistance the scholar needs. The lexicon contains the words and names of the text, and the forms of less obvious derivation. It is enough to say that this volume is issued in the same form and prepared with the same care as its predecessors.
THE WAR BETWEEN THE STATES, its Causes, Character, Conduct, and Results. By Hon. Alexander H. Stephens. Boston: National Publishing Company. The second and concluding volume of this important work by the Vice-President of the late Southern Confederacy, is now issued. The first volume detailed the causes which led to the secession of the South ; the second narrates the story of the War, and gives some insight into the interior workings of the Confederacy. Mr. Stephens possessed every facility for the work he has performed, and his story will be eagerly read. The work is sold by subscription only, and agents are wanted in every county.
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WORCESTER, Mass., June 15, 1869. Eaton's Common School Arithmetic has been used in the schools of this city with good success for several years. For a ciear statement of important principles, in connection with a sufficient number of fair test questions, and for the absence of all mere lumber, I do not know that it has a superior in the field which it covers, From A. P. Stone, Esq., Principal of High School.
PORTLAND, ME., July 6, 1989. I have examined Eaton's Arithmetic with considerable care, and am very favorably impressed with its merits. Its definitions, rules, and enunciations of principles are remarkably clear and comprehensive; and the explanations and examples are admirably adapted to illustrate the principles of the science, and to give the pupil an understanding knowledge of the subject. The work seems to me eminently philosophical and practical, and well worthy of use in the school-room. From H E. Sawyer, Esq., Principal of High School, and Superintendent of Schools.
MIDDLETOWN, Conn., Jan. 20, 1869. Eaton's Arithmetics have been used in the public schools in this city for nearly four years, and have given satisfaction generally to the teachers. The Primary and the Intellectual are well adapted to their purpose. The rules in the Common School are concise, the explanations clear, and the examples goud. It is probably one of the best books of its class and kind. From Prof. Wm. B. Graves, Instructor in Phillips Academy.
ANDOVER, Mass., Nov. 19, 1869. I have used Eaton's Algebra one term. It is entirely satisfactory in the class-room, My Impression is, that it is superior to any other elementary algebra
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