John Heywood's Educational Works. Arithmetic, Code. With Numerous Questions in Words. F'cap 8vo. Examples in the simple Rules. Sewed, One Penny; or with Answers, cloth, 6d. in the Compound Rules (Money. Sewed, One Penny ; or with Answers, cloth, 6d. PART III.- For Standard IV. Containing One Thousand Examples • in Weights and Measures and Vulgar Fractions. Sewed, 1}d.; or with Answers, cloth, 6d. PART IV.-For Standards V. and VI. Containing One Thousand Examples in Practice and the Higher Rules. Sewed, 1}d.; or with Answers, cloth, 6d. COMPLETE.-Boards, 6d.; cloth, 8d.; or witb Answers, cloth, ls, 8d. Horn's Arithmetical Exercises. (New Edition.) In Parts. Adapted to the New Code. With Numerous Questions in Words. F*cap 8vo. PART I.--For Standards I, and II., Containing Examples in the Simple Rules. Sewed, One Penny; or with Answers, cloth, 6d. PART II.- For Standard 111., containing Examples in the Com pound Rules (Money). Sewed, One Penny; or with Answers, cloth, 6d. PART III.-For Standard IV. Containing Examples in Weights and Measures. Sewed, One Penny; or with Answers, cloth, 6d. PART IV.-For Standard y. Containing Examples in Practice and Bills of Parcels, and an Exposition of the Metric System of Weights and Measures. Sewed, One Penny; or with Answers, cloth, 6d. PART V. -For Standard VI Containing Examples in the Higher Rules. Sewed, 2d; or with answers, cloth, 6d. COMPLETE.-Boards, 8d; cloth, 9d; or with answers, cloth, 1s. 8d. “Teachers in want of examples will do well to purchase these books. Scholars can have 1,000 examples in the different standards for a few pence; and the teacher can possess all the examples, with answers, in one volume.”—Educational Reporter. “Well compiled and carefully graduated.”- School Board Chronicle, July 18, 1872. John Heywood's Arithmetical Examination Papers. By J. S. HORN. In Six Standards. Adapted to the New Code. 12 pages. One Halfpenny each. Complete, 72 pages, sewed, 3d. Standards I., II., III., IV., V., & VI. Key to the Six Standards, sewed, 3d. John Heywood's Arithmetical Examination Cards. By J. S. HORN, In Six Standards, 6d. per packet of 25 Cards. Packets I., II, III., IV., V., VI. Key to the Six Standards, 3d. • These are sure to have an enormous sale, as they are specially calculated to reduce the failures in Government examinations to the lowest possible point.”—National Schoolmaster', July, 1872, “ Useful and handy as pocket remembrancers."--Bookseller, Aug., 1872. Arithmetical Exercises. 234 in Reduction, Proportion, Practice, Interest, and Vulgar and Decimal Fractions, and 48 in Compound Addition, By E. J. C. COLGAN. In Packet, with answers, 1s. “ These exercises in Arithmetic appear to be carefully graduated for different classes and capabilities of pupils, and are just the kind of textbook for those who have to undergo the ordeal of competitive examination." -- School Board Chronicle, Sept. 31, 1871. 8d. Arithmetic. for the New Code; and possessing, in addition to their special Packet VI. for Standard VI.--Proportion, Decimal Fractions, and the Higher Rules. “These čards will be found eminently useful for conducting examinations in Arithmetic, both in Elementary and Middle-class Schools.”National Schoolmaster, May, 1871. Heald's Examination Cards in Arithmetic on a New and Improved System, for Standards II., III., IV., V., and VI., in 5 packets of 25 Cards, including Answers. Each Card Contains Three Questions, chiefly in Words, each in a different rule, affording an interesting variety, and calculated to give a more thoroughly grounded know ledge of the Science of Arithmetic than any other system. per Packet. Templar's Graduated School Arithmetic, Part I. Simple rules (with questions containing halves and quarters), Reduction, Compound Rules, Practice, and Weights and Measures. The principal features of this Arithmetic are its careful arrangement and gradation and the sufficiency of Exercises to every rule. With Key, Cloth, ls, 6d. “It is a valuable work--one of the best helps at once to the teacher and the child that we have seen. The book is necessarily thicker than some Arithmetics, because of the abundant exercises showing how to overcome every form of difficulty.”-School Board Chronicle, August 17 1872. “The solutions are given at the end of the book, which is compiled an intelligent and easily-understood method.”—- Bookseller, Aug., 1872. Jones's Standard Arithmetic. F'cap 8vo. PART I.-For Standards I., II., and III. Questions on the Simplo and Compound Rules. Sewed, One Penny; cloth, 2}d. Sewed, One Penny; cloth, 24d. Proportion, Bills of Parcels, &c. Sewed, One Penny; cloth, 2 d. Fractions. Sewed, One Penny; cloth, 2]d. cloth, ls. * * |