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ENGLISH and AMERICAN LITERATURE,
Forming the Second Volume of "Literature Primers,"
J. R. GREEN, M. A.,
ENGLISH LITERATURE. By STOPFORD BROOKE, M. A AMERICAN LITERATURE. By J. H. PAITON, M. A.
In one volume. Flexible cloth, 45 cents.
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APPLETONS' SCIENCE TEXT-BOOKS.
In response to the growing interest in the study of the Natural Sciences, and a demand for improved text-books representing the more accurate phases of scientific knowledge, and the present active and widening field of investigation, arrangements have been made for the publication of a series of text-books to cover the whole field of science-study in High-Schools, Academies, and all schools of similar grade.
The following are now ready. Others in preparation. THE ELEMENTS OF CHEMISTRY. By Professor F. W.
CLARKE, Chemist of the United States Geological Survey. 12mo.
369 pages. THE ESSENTIALS OF ANATOMY, PHYSIOLOGY, AND
HYGIENE. By Roger S. Tracy, M. D., Sanitary Inspector of
the New York Board of Health. 12mo. 299 pages. ELEMENTARY ZOOLOGY. By C. F. HOLDER, Fellow of the New
York Academy of Science, Corresponding Member Linnæan Society, etc.; and J. B. HOLDER, M. D., Curator of Zoology of American Museum of Natural History, Central Park, New York. 12mo. 885
pages. A COMPEND OF GEOLOGY. By JOSEPH LE CONTE, Professor
of Geology and Natural History in the University of California ;
author of " Elements of Geology,” etc. 12mo. 399 pages. APPLIED GEOLOGY. A Treatise on the Industrial Relations of
Geological Structure. By SAMUEL G. WILLIAMS, Professor of Gen
eral and Economic Geology in Cornell University. 12mo. 386 pages. DESCRIPTIVE BOTANY. A Practical Guide to the Classification
of Plants, with a Popular Flora By ELIZA A. YOUMANS. 12mo.
PHYSIOLOGICAL BOTANY. By ROBERT BENTLEY, F. L. S.,
Professor of Botany in King's College, London. Adapted to
Botany,” by ELIZA A. YOUMANS. 12mo. 292 pages.
LAURENCE Largulin, Ph. D., Assistant Professor of Political
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, Introduction price, 75 cents. III. Numbers Symbolized.
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School at West Chester, Pa.
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APPLETONS PHYSICAL GEOGRAPHY.
Prepared on a new and original plan. Richly illustrated with engravings, diagrams, and maps in color, and including a separate chapter on the geological history and the physical features of the United States. By JOHN D. QUACKENBOS, A. M., M. D.,
Adjunct Professor of the English Language and Literature,
Columbia College, New York, Literary Editor. JOHN S. NEWBERRY, M.D., LL.D.,
Professor of Geology and Palæontology, Columbia College. CHARLES H. HITCHCOCK, Ph.D.,
Professor of Geology and Mineralogy, Dartmouth College. W. LE CONTE STEVENS, Ph.D.,
Professor of Physics, Packer Collegiate Institute. HENRY GANNETT, E, M.,
Chief Geographer of the United States Geological Survey. WILLIAM H. DALL,
Of the United States National Museum. C. HART MERRIAM, M.D.,
Ornithologist of the Department of Agriculture. NATHANIEL L. BRITTON, E, M., Ph.D.,
Lecturer in Botany, Columbia College. GEORGE F. KUNZ,
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ASTRONOMY BY OBSERVATION.
By ELIZA A. BOWEN.
An elementary text-book for High-Schools and Academies, based on the most practical and interesting method of studying the subject—that of observation. To assist the pupil in his work, careful directions are given when, how, and where to find the heavenly bodies ; also for observing, in entertaining and instructive ways, the characteristics and phenomena of the constellations. Their motions are described in familiar language, in the order in which they can be seen by an observer. The large quarto pages admit maps and views on a scale that will give a clear conception of the vast expanse of the celestial regions.
ELEMENTS OF ASTRONOMY.
Accompanied with numerous Illustrations, a Colored Repre
sentation of the Solar, Stellar, and Nebular Spectra, and Arago's Celestial Charts of the Northern and Southern Hemisphere. American edition, revised and enlarged, and specially adapted to the wants of American schools.
12mo. 312 pages. The author's aim throughout the book has been to give a connected view of the whole subject rather than to discuss any particular parts of it, and to supply facts and ideas founded thereon, to serve as a basis for subsequent study.
The fine STAR-MAPS OF ARAGO, showing the boundaries of the constellations and the principal stars they contain, are appended to the volume.
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