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FOR ELEMENTARY SCIENCE STUDY.

HOW WE LIVE; OR, THE HUMAN BODY AND HOW TO TAKE CARE OF

IT. An Elementary Course in Anatomy, Physiology, and Hygiene. By JAMES JOHONNOT, EUGENE BOUTON, Ph. D., and HENRY D. DIDAMA, M. D.

A text-book thoroughly adapted to elementary instruction in the public schools, giving special attention to the laws of Hygiene (including the effects of alcohol), with a special chapter on Alcohol and Narcotics by Dr. Didama.

Introduction price, 40 cents.

FIRST BOOK OF CHEMISTRY.

By MARY SHAW-BREWSTER. A course of simple experiments for beginners, giving great prominence to practical work by the pupil. The experiments are of the most elementary character, and the simplest apparatuş is employed.

Introduction price, 66 cents.

FIRST BOOK OF BOTANY. Designed to Cultivate the Ohserving Powers of Children. By ELIZA

A. YOUMANS. Revised edition. 12mo. 158 pages.

In this book the true objective method is applied to elementary science-teaching. Plants themselves are the objects of study, and the knowledge thus gained becomes at once accurate and of practical value as a preparation for study in other departments of science.

Introduction price, 64 cents.

FIRST BOOK OF ZOOLOGY. By EDWARD S. MORSE, Ph.D., formerly Professor of Comparative

Anatomy and Zoðlogy in Bowdoin College. 12mo. 190 pages.

Professor Morse has adapted this First Book of Zoology to the pnpils of the United States. The examples presented for study are such as are common and familiar to every school-boy-as spails, insects, spiders, worms, mollusks, etc.

Introduction price, 87 cents.

Sample copies will be mailed, post-paid, to teachers or school-officers, for examination, at the introduction price. Send for full descriptive circulars, catalogue, Educational Notes," etc.

D. APPLETON & CO., Publishers,

NEW YORK, BOSTON, CHICAGO, ATLANTA, SAN FRANCISCO.

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PROFESSOR OF LOGIC IN THE UNIVERSITY OF ABERDEEN.

New revised

LOGIC, DEDUCTIVE AND INDUCTIVE.

edition. 12mo. Cloth, $2.00.

MENTAL SCIENCE: A Compendium of Psychology

and History of Philosophy. 12mo. Cloth, $1.50.

12mo

MORAL SCIENCE: A Compendium of Ethics.

Cloth, $1.50.

MIND AND BODY. The Theories of their Relations.

(Forming a volume of “The International Scientific Series.") 12mo. Cloth, $1.50.

New

THE SE SES AND THE INTELLECT.

edition, 8vo. Cloth, $5.00.

THE EMOTIONS AND THE WILL. Third edition.

8vo. Cloth, $5.00.

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EDUCATION AS A SCIENCE. (Forming a volume of

“The International Scientific Series.") 12mo. Cloth, $1.75.

ENGLISH COMPOSITION AND RHETORIC.

12mo. $1.50.

ENGLISH COMPOSITION AND

AND RHETORIC. Enlarged edition. Part I. Intellectual Elements of Style. 12mo.

ON TEACHING ENGLISH, with Detailed Examples

and an Inquiry into the Definition of Poetry. 12mo.

D. APPLETON & CO., Publishers,

NEW YORK, BOSTON, CHICAGO, ATLANTA, SAN FRANCISCO.

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OUR PLACE IN SPACE!

ASTRONOMY BY OBSERVATION

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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 clear conception of the vast expanse of the celestial regions.

LOCKYER'S

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 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.

D. APPLETON & CO., Publishers,

NEW YORK, BOSTON, CHICAGO, ATLANTA, SAN FRANCISCO

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