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NO HOME SHOULD BE WITHOUT ONE!
ENGLISH AND AMERICAN SCENERY,
Palaces, Views of Central Park, New York City.
WASHOE, NEVADA AND WASHINGTON TERRITORIES 17 New Views of the Pacific Coast will be constantly added. For Sale by
LAWRENCE & HOUSEWORTH,
317 and 319 Montgomery Street, Oct.
Opposite the Eureka Theatre, San Francisco.
BOOKS THAT STAND THE TEST OF THE CLASS-ROOM.
The matter and illustrations in this Series are entirely new, and unsurpassed by any other similar series published, in variety and adaptation. Pictorial Primer. Beautifully illustrated. , Union Reader, Number One, 96 pp. Primary Speller.
Union Reader, Number Two, 208 pp. New Speller, Definer, and Analyzer. Union Reader, Number Three, 264 pp. Primary Hand Cards. Six in a set. Union Reader, Number Four, 108 pp. Primary School Charts. Large, for the Union Reader, Number Five, 600 pp.
School-room, 8 Nos. on 4 cards. Union Speaker, 264 pp.
ROBINSON'S COMPLETE MATHEMATICAL SERIES. With the improvements and additions recently made, is the most complete Series
of the kind, by one author, published in this country. Progressive Table Book.
New Elementary Algebra. Progressive Primary Arithmetic. University Algebra. (Old Edition.) Progressive Intellectual Arithmetic. New University Algebra Rudiments of Written Arithmetic. New Geometry and Trigonometry. Progressive Practical Arithmetic. New Analytical Geometry and Conic Progressive Higher Arithmetic.
Sections. Arithmetical Examples.
New Surveying and Navigation. Keys to the Arithmetics, Algebras, Geometries, and Surveying, are published for the use of Teachers. SPENCERIAN SYSTEM OF PENMANSHIP,
NEW STANDARD EDITION OF Copy Books, Charts, and Key to Practical Penmanship.
BRYANT & STRATTON'S BOOK-KEEPING SERIES, COMMON SCHOOL BOOK-KEEPING. 200 pages. A clear and attractive class
book for beginners.
KERL’S GRAMMARS, Consisting of KERL'S ELEMENTARY GRAMMAR, simple and practical, both in matter and methods; and KERL'S COMPREHENSIVE GRAMMAR, a complete and comprehensive work. These books bave been adopted, and are now in use in the Public Schools of New York, Boston, Baltimore, Washington City, Jersey City, Bridgeport, (Conn.) Lexington, (Ky.) St. Louis, (Mo.) and many other Schools and bigber Institutions for Education, and are rapidly gaining circulation.
Attention is also invited to Gray's Botanies, Hitchcock's Scientific Text-Books, Wil. son's Histories, Colton's Geographies, Fasquelle's French, Woodbury's German Series, Bradbury's Music Books, etc. Liberal terms given on books furnished for first introduction. Send for Catalogue. IVISON, PHINNEY, BLAKEMAN & CO.
48 AND 50 WALKER STREET, NEW YORK, For sale by Booksellers generally in San Francisco.
On the 15th of October, 1864, Miss M. Atkins resumes, after a year's absence, the control of this Institution, and hopes, with renewed health, energy and care, on her part, and with the assistance of her old corps of well-known and thoroughly qualificd teachers, to make the school worthy of the patronage of a discriminating public.
This Institution has never been sold, or its ownership transferred; but it was rented for one year, with the special understanding that its character and identity should be preserved. The period of rent has expired; and on Miss Atkins' return to the school, it becomes established on a more permanent basis than ever before.
The Discipline, Regulation and Course of Study of the school are such as have been published, annually, in its Catalogues; or, materially, such as are found in the best regulated Seminaries for Young Ladies.
EXPENSES. Tuition, Board, Lights, Washing, Family Care,.
WEEKS. Academic Course,....
Music-with use of Piano, for Practice,..
Payment, In all cases, Quarterly, in Advance.
BOARD OF INSIRUCTION. Miss M. ATKINS,
Principal Miss J. A. RAPPLEYÉ,
Miss LIZZIE FISK,
Vocal Music, Piano and Guitar Mrs. MARY EMMA PIODA.
Vocal Music and Piano Miss R. WOODBRIDGE.
. Assistant Teacher Piano
Prof. P. PIODA......French, Spanish, German, Italian and Latin
DRAWING AND PAINTING.
FREDERICK A. BUTMAN.
LIPPINCOTT'S GEOGRAPHICAL SERIES.
The COMPREHENSIVE GEOGRAPHY is entirely new in subject-matter manner, and illustration.
It is eminently historical. The gradual advance of geographical knowledge in, past ages* is made to assist in the development of the subject now.
It contains Physico-Descriptive, as well as Mathematical and Political Geography, hence
It contains two books, and is fifty per cent. cheaper than any other work of its class.
It contains relief maps, showing clearly the general structure of the lands—a feature of no other work.
Surrounding the relief maps are cuts representing the animals and plants peculiar to or characteristic of the countries.
The sectional maps of the United States are drawn upon a uniform scale.
Under this head are reductions of the globe of Behaim, constructed while Columbus was on his first voyage to America; and the Western Hemisphere of John Schonu, in 1520. Fac-similes of the original globes, lithographed, in four brilliant colors, on heavy print paper, 2x3 feet, are published in English, at $2.00 for the set of three. Persons of antiquarian taste will be delighted with these reproductions. Agents will be supplied with them on very favorable terms.
Sue's French Method.
French, grounded on Nature's Teachings; adapted to the System of
$1 50 Exercises on the French Syntax; or Practice of the New Prac
tical and Intellectual Method for Learning French, wherein learners have to make direct application of French Rules, and rectify the deviations made from the French Syntax. 12mo.....
75 The Vicar of Wakefield. By Oliver Goldsmith, M.B. Arranged
as a Guide for the Construction of French Sentences, completing the
System of the Practical and Intellectual Method for learning French.. 1 50 A Key for the use of Teachers and Learners, who, after
completing the regular course, may further wish to prosecute their study of the French tongue. 12mo....
75 The whole forming a complete oral and synthetical course. By Jean B. Sue, A.M., formerly Pupil of the Royal School of Sorèze.
J. B. LIPPINCOTT & CO., Publishers,
SURPASS ALL OTHERS BEFORE THE PUBLIC 1st. In philosophic arrangement. 2d. In the gradual progression of their steps. 3d. In presenting one thing at a time. 4th. In the adaptation of each part to its intended grade of scholarship. 5th. In the admirable mode they prescribe for memorizing the contents of a map. 6th. In their explanations and directions for describing the natural divisions of
the earth. 7th. In their judicious selection of facts. 8th. In the appropriate and instructive character of their illustrations. 9th. In consistency between maps and text. 10th. In the introduction into the maps of such places only as are mentioned in
the book. 11th. In the clear representation of every fact, and the analytical precision with
which each branch of the subject is kept distinct. 12th. In being at once practical, systematic, and complete; philosophical in ar
rangement, and progressive in development of the subject. Cornell's Geographies are officially recommended for the use of the Public Schools of the States of Vermont, Ohio, Indiana, New Hampshire, Wisconsin, and a part of the series is adopted in the State Series of California. They are in use in Public Schools of New York, Brooklyn, San Francisco, Sacramento, and numerous cities east and west.
No other School-Books ever published in this country, have received such universal and unqualified commendation and approval, as has been awarded to the Cornell Series by the Press, by State, County, and Town School Officers ; by Presidents and Professors of Colleges, Principals of Academies, and Teachers of Public and Private Schools throughout the whole country.
Hall of the Board of Education, New York, Clerk's Office, Aug. 23, 1856. GENTLEMEN :- In answer to your inquiry in regard to the use of Cornell's Series of Geographies in the Public Schools of New York, I will state that since their publication, about four-fifths of the whole number of Geographies used in the schools under the jurisdiction of the Board of Education (25,000 copies a year) have been of Cornell's Series. This must be quite gratifying to both author and publishers, as the Teachers are left free to choose such as they deem best adapted to the purposes of instruction.
ALBERT GILBERT, CLERK.
Office of Commissioners of Public Schools, BALTIMORE, April 23, 1862. At a meeting of the Board of Commissioners of Public Schools, held Tuesday March 18th, 1862, the Committee on Books reported in favor of introducing Cornell's Series of Geographies into the Schools, in place of Warren's, and the Board adopted the recommendation of the Committee without dissent.
GEO. N. EATON, PRESIDENT. W. D. McJILTON, SECRETARY.
CORNELL'S GEOGRAPHIES ARE FOR SALE BY ALL BOOKSELLERS.
D. APPLETON & CO., Publishers,
443 Broadway, New York.