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Seite 18 - Scotsman. COBBETT (William): ENGLISH GRAMMAR, in a Series of Letters, intended for the use of Schools and Young Persons in general. With an additional chapter on Pronunciation, by the Author's Son, TAMES PAUL COBBETT.
Seite 11 - TABLES: Computed to Four Places of Decimals for every Minute of Angle up to 100 of Distance. For the Use of Surveyors and Engineers. BY RICHARD LLOYD GURDEN, Authorised Surveyor for the Governments of New South Wales and Victoria. *,* Published with the Concurrence oj the Surveyors- General for New South Wales and Victoria. "Those who have experience in exact SURVEY-WORK will best know how to appreciate the enormous amount...
Seite 24 - Cobbett was, perhaps, the ablest Political writer England ever produced, and his < influence as a Liberal thinker is felt to this day. . . . It is a real treat to read his strong racy language.
Seite 14 - It is impossible by means of inanimate material agency to derive mechanical effect from any portion of matter by cooling it below the temperature of the coldest of the surrounding objects.
Seite 12 - A work by a practical and experienced author. After an explicit chapter on the Anatomy of the Human Body, directions are given concerning bandaging, dressing of sores, wounds, &c., assistance to wounded on field of action, stretchers, mule litters, ambulance, transport, &c. All Dr. Moffitt's instructions are assisted by well executed illustrations.
Seite 15 - Far surpasses in merit every existing work of the kind. As a Manual for the hands of the professional Civil Engineer it is sufficient and unrivalled, and even when we say this, we fall short of that high appreciation of Dr. Rankine's labours which we should like to express.
Seite 5 - In this volume, each denomination, through some leading member, has expressed its own opinions. There is no book in the language on the same plan. All other works on the subject, being written by one individual, are necessarily one-sided, incomplete, and unauthentic.
Seite 1 - These Anecdotes relate to no trifling subjects : and they have been selected, not for amusement, but for instruction. By those engaged in the tuition of the young, they will be found highly useful. BIBLE HISTORY (A Manual of). By the Rev. J. WYCLIFFE GEDGE, Diocesan Inspector of Schools for Winchester, Small 8vo. Cloth neat, 7d. " This small but very comprehensive Manual is much more than a mere summary of Bible History.
Seite 23 - TABLES at 3, 4, 4$ and 5 per Cent. ; Tables of Exchange or Commission, Profit and Loss, Discount, Clothiers', Malt, Spirit, and various other useful Tables. To which is prefixed the Mercantile Ready Reckoner, containing Reckoning Tables from one thirtysecond part of a penny to one pound. Greatly enlarged.