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Strongly bound in cloth, price 1s. each.

THE

OXFORD AND CAMBRIDGE

ENGLISH HISTORY MANUALS. .

waith Outlines of the Literature of each

Period.

1. From the earliest Records to Death of John, B.C. 55

-A.D. 1216. 2. Rise of Parliamentary Privileges-Wars of the Roses

1216-1485. 3. Days of the Tudors and the Reformation, 1483--1603 4. Stuart Period, 1603-1689. 5. William, Prince of Orange, to Death of George II.

- 1689-1760. 6. Hanoverian Period, 1760—1880.

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The above have been prepared expressly for the requirements of the Local Examinations, and at the end of each volume will be found the Questions given by the Oxford and Cambridge Examiners during the last ten years.

LONDON :

ALLMAN & SON, 67, NEW OXFORD STREET.

(No. 6.)

Just published, strongly bound in cloth, price 18. 6d.

THE SCHOLAR'S MANUAL OF GEOGRAPHY.

waith Coloured Maps and Ellustrations.

PUBLISHED ALSO IN PARTS, AS FOLLOWS:
Part I. Introductory, for Standard II., with 20 Illus-

trations, price 2d.
Part. II. England, for Standard III., with 6 Maps,

price 3d.
Part III. Scotland, Ireland, the Colonies, for

Standard IV., with 12 Maps, price 3d.
Part IV. Europe, for Standard V., with 6 Maps,

price 3d.
Part V. Asia, Africa, America, for Standard VI.,

with 3 Maps, price 30. Part VI. (with Two Maps), On the Oceans, Geogra

phical Discovery, &c., is published only with the Complete Manual.

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This Manual is confidently put before the Scholastic public as in many respects unique. While carefully fitted for the work of the Standards of the Code, it by no means contains a bare minimum of information; but, by a judicious fulness or compression, according to importance of matter, and the use in general of complete sentences, it is well suited for Pupil Teachers, who will find in it valuable hints on teaching. By very clear, and, in some cases, novel arrangement, by the constant use of association and comparison, by differences of type, and the avoidance as far as possible of mere lists of names, tho mcmory has been assisted and the mind directed to infer and judge. Care has been taken to have a well illustrated Introduction, simple in style, to furnish lucid accounts of physical features, and maps not overcrowded that may serve as models for pupils, to awaken curiosity by a comprehensive History of Discovery, and to embody the latest discoveries and changes.

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