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244 The Greatest Navigable Stream of the Old
NATURAL SCIENCE. World. 226 The Brook......
. 247 Aunt Bethia's School.....
MATHEMATICS. The New England Schools 229 Solution of Problem
249 School-Rooms Should be Attractive... 230 Solution
231 Solution of the Question in Probabilities..... 260 Compromise
QUESTIONS FOR WRITTEN EXAMINATIONS. Things 233 Grammar .......
251 The Habit of Neatness.
PHILOLOGY. Physical Education .... 236 The Study of Words
- 252 “Queries and Replies," 238 Bad Grammar ........
253 Take Care of Little Things. 239 A Coinciderce
253 The True Thing ......
EDITORS' DÉPARTMENT. The Sewing Machine..... 240 The General Exercise....
253 To Clear the Eye of Dust.. 240 A Good Family School
255 School Goes Wrong,—Where's the Blame.... 240 The Sanitarium
265 The Lily of the Field... 242 A New Primary Geography.....
255 The Race of Life...
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The author has proceeded upon the hypothesis that the study of geography will be superficial and profitless unless attention is at first directed to subjects and objects either already or readily made familiar; that a commencement embracing home scenes, people, animals, plants, etc., furnishes the orly standard by which the child can judge of similar objects in other parts of his own, or in foreign countries. The work will be copiously illustrated by pictures, and picture-maps, executed in the finest style of the art; the forner will fully illustrate the text and take a prominent part in the presentation of the subject, the latter, printed in colors, will show the young pupil at a glance the geography of a country by such pictures upon the map of that country as will exhibit its great physical features, Zoology, Botany, Ethnology, and the occupation of its people.
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NATURAL SCIENCE. The Folly of Pride......
259 Extracts from an Address by Gov. Banks .... 97 The Rain.... Wound, or Wooned... 260 Intelligence of the Lark..
PHILOLOGY. The Blue Sky.....
263 A Few Thoughts on a Common Topic... Final Disposal of the Famous Dighton Rock. 264 The Venerable Bede....... Application....Childhood
264 QUESTIONS FOR WRITTEN EXAMINATIOxs. The Power of One Good Boy
265 Questions Submitted to the Candidates for A Grammatical Query....
266 Admission to the High School, Chicago.. 281 Prentice on his Brother Bob,”
MATHEMATICS. The Schoolmaster........
269 Extraction of the Square Root.... Another Laura Bridgman.... An Old Man.... 271 Contractions in Multiplication.... Procrastinations.... Be Truthful to Children.. 272
... 273 Success Makes Enemies:
287 The Habit of Self-Reliance..... 274 Thermo Therapeia
287 Dainty and Discontented
Boor TABLE. Lessons from the War....
276 The Rebellion Record......
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