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Methods of Instruction; Or, that part of the Philosophy of Education which treats of the Nature of the several branches of Knowledge and the methods of teaching them according to that Nature. By JAMES PYLE WICKERSHAM, A. M., Principal Pennsylvania State Normal School at Millersville. 12mo. $1.75.
Ritter's Comparative Geography. Lectures on Comparative Geography. By CARL RITTER, late Professor of Geography in the University of Berlin. Translated for the use of Seminaries and Colleges by Rev. WILLIAM L.. GAGE. One vol. 12mo. $1.50.
STATE NORMAL SCHOOL,
MILLERSVILLE, PA. April 27th, 1865. I have read Ritter's “Comparative Geography," as translated by William L. Gage, with very great satisfaction. It is a comprehensive, compact, and clear statement of the great principles of Geographical Science. Gevgraphy, as presented in our ordinary treatises, is not at all a science, bli merely a collection of facts and fragments; in this book, however, all details find their proper place in a philosophical system. No teacher of Geography should be without the book.
J. P. WICKERSHAM.
School Economy: A Treatise on the Preparation, Organization, Employment, Government, and Authorities of Schools. By JAMES PYLE WICKERMAN, A. M., Principal of the Pennsylvania State Normal School at Millersville. 12mo. $1.50.
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A Guide to Experiments in Philosophy. FRICK'S PHYSICAL TECHNICS; or, Practical Instructions for making experiments in Physics and the construction of Physical Apparatus with the most limited means. By Dr. I. FRICK, Director of the High School at Freiburg, and Professor of Physics in the Lyceum. Translated by PROF. JOHN D. EASTER, D. D. 1 vol. 8 vo. Amply Illustrated. $3.
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