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Thank you for helping us to preserve our collection! OUR WORLD; or, First Lessons in Geography. Revised edition, with new Maps, by MARY L HALL

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TABLES OF LOGARITHMIC and TRIGONOMETRIC
FUNCTIONS TO THREE AND FOUR PLACES OF DECIMALS. By JAMES

Cloth,
MILLS PEIRCE, University Professor of Mathematics at IIarvard University

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THE ATLANTIC PRIMARY ARITHMETIC. By G. L.

DEMAREST

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THE NATIONAL MUSIC COURSE. In Four Books. For

Public Schools. By JULIUS EICHBERG, J. B. SHARLAND, L. W. Mason, II E. HOLT,

Supervisors of Music in Public Schools of Boston, Mass. PRIMARY OR FIRST MUSIC READER

A course of exercises in the elements of Vocal MUSIC AND SIGAT-SINGING, with choice rote songs for the use of youngest pupils. INTERMEDIATE MUSIC READER

Including the Second and Third Music Readers A course of instruction in the
elements of Vocal Music and Sight-Singing, with choice rote songs, in two and three

parts, based on the elements of harmony.
GRAMMAR SCHOOL MUSIC READER
HIGH SCHOOL MUSIC READER
SECOND MUSIC READER
THIRD MUSIC READER

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In Press

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THE NATIONAL MUSIC CHARTS. By LUTHER Whit

ING MASON. An invaluable aid to Teachers of Common Schools, in imparting a prac-
tical knowledge of Music, and teaching Children to sing at sight. In Four Series,

Forty Charts each Price, $ 10.00 each Series.
FIRST SERIES, or PRIMARY CHARTS
SECOND SERIES, or INTERMEDIATE CHARTS
TIIIRD SERIES
FOURTH SERIES, or GRAMMAR SCHOOL CHARTS, by L. W. Mason and J. B. SAARLAND.

10.00 10.00 10.00 10 00

THE NATIONAL MUSIC TEACHER. A Practical Guide

for teaching Vocal Music to Young Children, by L. W. MASON

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GREEK.

GOODWIN'S GREEK GRAMMAR. By WILLIAM W. Good-
WIN,

Ph. D., Eliot Professor of Greek Literature in Harvard University. Half morocco 1.25 1.56 The object of this Grammar is to state general principles clearly and distinctly, with special regard to those who are preparing for college. In the sections on the Moods are stated, for the first time in an elementary form, the principles which are elaborated in detail in the author's " Syntax of the Greek Moods and Tenses."

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GREEK MOODS AND TENSES. The Fourth Edition.

pp. 264

WILLIAM W. GOODWIN, Eliot Professor of Greek Literature in Harvard University. 1 vol. 12mo. Cloth.

1.75 This work was first published in 1860, and it appeared in a new form - much enlarged and in great part re-written - in 1865. In the present edition the whole has been again revised ; some sections and notes have been re-written, and a few notes have been added. The object of the work is to give a plain statement of the principles which govern the construction of the Greek Moods and Tenses, – the most important and the most difficult part of Greek Syntax.

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