Selected list of educational books for secondary schools

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A History of English Literature By E J Mathew 4s 6d
46
ENGLISH LITERATURE
49
A Method of English for Secondary Schools By
52
The Parts of Speech and their Uses By H W House
58
Csedmon Cynewulf and those about them Chapter III Anglo
63
BOOK VLLATER ELIZABETHAN AND JACOBEAN
71
Elements of Rhetoric and English Composition
80
Word Building Transcription and Composition
87
think an unusually large number that are unfamiliar The parts
90
Civil Service Works By T Evan Jacob
95
IConbon
100
Scenes of Familiar Life in Colloquial French By
102
French Course First Year By A C Poire is
122
Macmillans Progressive French Course ByG E Fasnacht
130
Macmillans Course of French Composition By G
136
An Elementary French Grammar By G E Fasnacht is 6d
144
French Lessons for Middle Forms By G E Fasnacht 4s 6d
150
Selection of French Idioms Compiled by Mme
158
Coition
161
GERMAN
179
Macmillans Progressive German Course By G
197
Macmillans Progressive German Reader By G
205
Macmillans Primary Series of German Reading Books
218
THE FIFTEENTH CENTURY
224
Macmillans German Idioms By Myra Taker 3s 6d
244
LATIN
254
Macmillans Shorter Latin Course By Cook and Pantin
261
CONTENTS
262
Macmillans Latin Course By Cook and Pantin
272
First Steps to Latin Prose Composition By George
285
Macmillans Classical Series
299
The Eneid of Virgil Books VII XII 5s
307
Latin Phrase Book By C Meissner 4s 6d
313
Macmillans Classical Series
321
Macmillans Greek Coursecontinued
324
Introduction to Greek Prose Composition By
336
A School Greek Grammar By W W Goodwin 3s 6d
344
Elementary Practical Mathematics By Frank Castle
353
Arithmetic for Schools By Rev J B Lock 4s 6d
364
Arithmetic in Theory and Practice By J Brooksmith
380
Compound Quantities Weights and Measures Miscellaneous
381
A Course of Arithmetical Examples for Beginners
388
Algebra for Beginners By Hall and Knight 2S
394
Vulgar Fractions Miscellaneous Examples on Vulgar Frac
395
Elementary Algebra for Schools By Hall and Knight
402
Trigonometry of One Angle By Rev J B Lock 2s 6d
477
Elementary Trigonometry By Rev J B Lock 4s 6d
484
Mechanics for Beginners By W Gallatly 2s 6d
493
Elementary Physics and Chemistry By Gregory
500
Elementary Course of Practical Science By Hugh
508
Elementary Practical Physics By R A Gregory 2s 6d
514
ELEMENTARY SCIENCE
520
Heat Light and Sound By D E Jones 2s 6d
530
Chemistry for Organised Schools of Science By
538
Inorganic Chemistry for Beginners By Roscoe
544
Practical Inorganic Chemistry By G S Turpin 2s 6d
550
Botany for Beginners By Ernest Evans 2s 6d
557
Round the Year Short Nature Studies ByL C Miall 5s
563
Physiography for Beginners By A T Simmons 2s 6d
569
Elementary Lessons in Physical Geography By
577
GEOGRAPHY
584
Macmillans Geographical Series Edited by Sir Archi
592
COMMERCE
609
A TextBook of Bookkeeping By Frank Ireson 4s 6d
631
bonbon
641
Uanbfltt
645
Modern Business Methods The Home Trade
649
Macmillans New History Readers
662
E J MATHEW M A LL
664
History of England By Edith Thompson 2s 6d
668
French History for Schools By Katharine Stephen
675
History of Rome to the Battle of Actium By E
682
DRAWING
690
MACMILLANS
695
A Graduated Course of Drawing for Infants By C
696
A Perspective Course By J Humphrey Spanton 5s
702
PHYSICAL TRAINING
708
Thirty Years of Teaching By L C Miall 3s 6d
717
Thirty Years of Teaching
718
The Teaching of Elementary Mathematics By D
719
EDITED
724
TABLE OF CONTENTS
728
The Study of Children By Francis Warner 4s 6d net
731
Educational Aims and Values P H Hanus 4s 6d
738
A Primer of Psychology By E B Titchener 4s 6d
744
A Class Book of Old Testament History By Rev
753
A SHILLING BOOK
756
Introductory Sketch ix
775
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