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ENGLISH READING, GRAMMAR, ETC.

In the initiatory department of instruction a valuable series of works has been prepared by Dr M'CULLOCH, formerly Head Master of the Circus Place School, Edinburgh, now Minister of the West Church, Greenock.

DR MÓCULLOCH'S SERIES OF CLASS-BOOKS.

These Books are intended for the use of Schools where the general mental culture of the pupil, as well as his proficiency in the art of reading, is studiously and systematically aimed at.

They form, collectively, a progressional Series, so constructed and graduated as to conduct the pupil, by regular stages, from the elementary sounds of the language to its highest and most complex forms of speech; and each separate Book is also progressively arranged, the lessons which are more easily read and understood always taking the lead, and preparing the way for those of greater difficulty.

The subject matter of the Books is purposely miscellaneous. Yet it is always of a character to excite the interest and enlarge the knowledge of the reader. And with the design of more effectually promoting his mental growth and nurture, the various topics are introduced in an order conformable to that in which the chief faculties of the juvenile mind are usually developed.

That the moral feelings of the pupil may not be without their proper stimulus and nutriment, the lessons are pervaded throughout by the religious and Christian element.

NEW AND GREATLY IMPROVED EDITIONS. Dr M Culloch's First Reading-Book. 11d.

Do. Large Type Edition, in two parts, price 2d. each.

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Pieces in Prose and Verse, with Exercises. 103. Now printed in

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SCIENCE and LITERATURE, compiled from popular Writers. 3s. Dr M‘Culloch's Manual of English Grammar, Philo

sophical and Practical; with Exercises ; adapted to the Analytical mode of Tuition. 13. 6d.

Oliver & Boyd's New Code Class-Books.

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Standard I. (Illustrated.) 36 pages. 11d. FIRST STANDARD READING-BOOK; with Easy Lessons in

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ARITHMETIC,
By Alex. TROTTER, Teacher of Mathematics, etc., Edinburgh;

Author of " Arithmetic for Advanced Classes," etc.
Part I., embracing Standards 1 and 2. 36 pages. 20.- Answers, 3d.

„ Il., embracing Standards 3 and 4. 36 pages. 20.-Answers, 3d. ... III., embracing Standards 5 and 6.

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The Principles of English Grammar; with a Series of

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