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NEW CODE READERS.
ADAPTED TO THE NEW EDUCATIONAL CODE OF 1871.
STANDARDS V. & VI.
EDUCATIONAL DEPARTMENT, 141, DEANSGATE.
J. C. TACEY, City ROAD.
3987 f. 95?
THE Editor has endeavoured in the FIFTH READER to include such lessons as boys and girls in the fifth and sixth standards may fairly be expected to real with intelligence and propriety. It consists of historical chapters and lessons on useful knowledge; not, on the ono hand, of such a trivial nature as to afford a mere momentary interest, nor, on the other hand, so abstruse and foreign as to make their perusal a compulsory and unwelcome task. Poetical pieces, from standard authors, are interspersed throughout the volume; when poems in blank verse have been inserted, they have been broken up into paragraphs, so as to make the reading of them easier. It is of comparatively little use, however, requiring these to be read without explanation, and on that account only a limited number have been inserted.