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CHAMBERS'S EDUCATIONAL COURSE.

ENGLISH.

CHAMBERS'S NARRATIVE SERIES OF STANDARD READING BOOKS. Embracing Reading, Writing, and Arithmetic.

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ADVANCED READING BOOKS.

Readings in English Prose, and in English Poetry.
Readings in English Literature..

Class-Book of Science and Literature.

Scientific Reader, forming Part I. of the Class-Book..

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CHAMBERS'S CHEAP REPRINTS OF ENGLISH CLASSICS, WITH NOTES, &c.

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Goldsmith's Traveller, Deserted
Village, and Hermit...
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Gray's Odes and Elegy..

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Defoe's Robinson Crusoo.

Dryden's Virgil's Eneid-Book II....0

Marmion-Cantos I. and II.

III...O 3 Spenser's Faerie Queene-Book I.,
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Cantos VII.-XII...

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9 Thomson's Seasons-Spring......

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Shakespeare for Schools, in separate Plays, 1s. each; paper cover, 8d.

First Book of Reading.....
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MANUALS for 'Specific Subjects of Instruction'-Code 1872.

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DRAWING.

First Drawing-Book.

Also in Two Parts..

Second Drawing-Book..

Drawing Lesson Books.

In 18 Books

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GEOGRAPHY, MAPS, AND ATLASES.

Physical Geography.
Geographical Primer.

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Text-Book of England..........0 9
Text-Book of Scripture Lands..0 10
Sixpenny Atlas.

Sixteen small Coloured Maps.

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Separately, folio, each, 2d.; quarto...0 1

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Edinburgh:

Printed by W. and R. Chambers.

PREFACE.

THE following pages have been transcribed from notes made by the author from time to time in teaching Mensuration in his own classes, and are intended for those pupils only who have previously acquired some knowledge of Geometry and Algebra. Indeed it is not until a pupil has acquired this knowledge that he can. take up the subject with any degree of intelligence, or derive any educational advantage from its study.

The subject, however, is so important, and its results are of so much practical utility, that it is not unusual to supplement the ordinary course of arithmetic by the addition of rules and exercises on Mensuration. These rules the arithmetical pupil may follow, and the exercises he may work; but beyond taxing his memory and exercising his fingers, they can be of little or no advantage to him. On the other hand, when he enters upon the study of Mensuration with a knowledge of Geometry and Algebra, he can frame and investigate rules for himself, and thus render the subject an efficient mears

of mental discipline. Besides, the results of Mensuration, so important in themselves, afford the student a ready means of illustrating and interpreting geometrical processes and algebraical formulæ.

The author has to express his obligations to Mr J. J. A. BLACK, his able assistant, who has carefully wrought out the exercises proposed, and added his results in the form of answers at the end of the book.

ROYAL HIGH SCHOOL, EDINBURGH, March 1873.

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