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/. COMMON SCHOOL COURSE.

Davies' Primary Arithmetic-—The fundamental principles displayed in

Object Lessons. Davies' Intellectual Arithmetic-—deferring all operations to the unit 1 as

the only tangible basis for logical development. Da vies' Elements of "Written Arithmetic-—A practical introduction to

the whole subject. Theory subordinated to Practice. Davies' Practical Arithmetic-*—The most successful combination of Theory

and Practice, clear, exact, brief, and comprehensive.

//. ACADEMIC COURSE.

Davies' University Arithmetic-*—Treating the subject exhaustively as

a science, in a logical series of connected propositions. Davies9 Elementary Algebra-*—A connecting link, conducting the pupil

easily from arithmetical processes to abstract analysis. Davies' University Algebra-*—For institutions desiring a more complete

but not the fullest course in pure Algebra. Davies9 Practical BEathematics-—The science practically applied to the

useful arts, as Drawing, Architecture, Surveying, Mechanics, etc. Davies' Elementary Geometry-—The important principles in simple form,

but with all the exactness of vigorous reasoning. Davies' Elements of Surveying-—Re-written in 1870. The simplest and

most practical presentation for youths of 12 to 16.

///. COLLEGIATE COURSE.

Davies9 Bourdon's Algebra-*—Embracing Sturm's Theorem, and a most exhaustive and scholarly course.

Davies' University Algebra-*—A shorter course than Bourdon, for Institutions have less time to give the subject.

Davies' Saegendre's Geometry .^-Acknowledged the only satisfactory treatise of its grade. 300,000 copies have been sold.

Davies' Analytical Geometry and Calculus-—The shorter treatises, combined in one volume, are more available for American courses of study.

Davies' Analytical Geometry- { The original compendiums, for those de

Davies' Diff- & Snt- Calculus- ' siring to give full time to each branch.

Davies' Descriptive Geometry-—With application to Spherical Trigonometry, Spherical Projections, and Warped Surfaces.

Davies' Shades, Shadows, and Perspective-—A succinct exposition of the mathematical principles involved.

Davies' Science of 3KIatbomatics-—For teachers, embracing

I. GtbammAr Of Abithit m. Logic And Utility Op Mathematics,

XL Outlines Of MATHBiiAi^d, iv. Ma*CuumAtical Dictionary.

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