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THE CHAUTAUQUA LITERARY AND SCIEN

TIFIC CIRCLE.

Founded in 1878.

This volume is a part of the course of home reading the essential features of which are:

1. A Definite Course covering four years, and including History, Literature, Art, Science, etc. (A reader may enroll for only one year.)

2. Specified Volumes approved by the counselors. Many of the books are specially prepared for the purpose.

3. Allotment of Time. The reading is apportioned by the week and month.

4. A Monthly Magazine, THE CHAUTAUQUAN, with additional readings, notes, and general literature.

5. A Membership Book, containing suggestions for reading, review outlines, and other aid.

6. Individual readers, no matter how isolated, may have all the privileges.

7. Local Circles may be formed by three or more members for mutual aid and encouragement.

8. The time required is from forty minutes to an hour a day for nine months.

9. Certificates are granted at the end of four years to all who complete the course.

10. Advanced courses, for continued reading in special lines-History, Literature, etc.

11. Pedagogical course for secular teachers.

12. Young Peoples' Reading Course to stimulate the reading of good literature by the young.

For all information concerning the C. L. S. C. address John H. Vincent, Drawer 194, Buffalo, N. Y.

THE REQUIRED LITERATURE FOR 1893-4.

ROME AND THE MAKING OF MODERN EUROPE.
James R. Joy

ROMAN AND MEDIEVAL ART (illustrated). W. H.
Goodyear

$1.00

1.00

OUTLINES OF ECONOMICS. Richard T. Ély CLASSIC LATIN COURSE IN ENGLISH. W. C. Wilkinson

1.00

1.00

SONG AND LEGEND FROM THE MIDDLE AGES.
Edited by W. D. McClintock

.50

VOLUME OF RELIGIOUS READING

.50

THE CHAUTAUQUAN (12 numbers, illustrated)

2.00

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