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Second Edition, corrected and improved, price 3s. 6d. ELECT SPECIMENS of ENGLISH POETRY, for the Use of Schools D and Private Reading. Comprising Poems-1. Historical and Geographical. 2. On the Love of Home and Country. 3. Of Work and Progress. 4. Relating to the Sea and the Sailor. 5. On the Love of Nature. 6. Of the Imagination and Fancy. 7. Religious and Moral.
*** The pieces are taken chiefly from the best modern poets ; every piece is prefaced by a note--gene. rally selected from the works of standard writers-explanatory of the subject of the poem, and followed by notes and questions, historical, grammatical, philological, and critical, calculated to stimulate the thought and guide the taste of the pupil.
"This work is worthy of Mr. Hughes's high reputation as which the poems in this volume have been selected and a scholar and public teacher."-LITERARY GAZETTE. edited. For schools and private families he has published
“This is a very valuable addition to the class of books a most useful work."-STANDARD OF FREEDOM. to which it belongs. But it will be a great mistake to “The selections of English poetry are well adapted for suppose that it is only a work for the young : it is a work the use of schools. The cause of sound education is matefor all. The first men and the first scholars of the realm rially served by such compilations as these.” may wile away most pleasantly and profitably many a
MORNING Post. leisure hour; while the literary apparatus interspersed "It is a selection made upon a principle, and by a really through the volume, and the Appendix, will be greatly able man."--GUARDIAN. helpful to even the well-informed in general history. It is “The editor of this compendious little work for schools a capital book."-BRITIS, BANNER.
has based it upon the intellectual system as regards educa. “The pieces in this little volume are selected with great tion, in contradistinction to the system of learning by rote. care and judgment from the best modern poets. It is, Most of the poems are of the first order, and well known decidedly, one of the most agreeable selections of extracts in the English tongue; and the book, therefore, cannot we have met with amongst the many which have been fail, as a whole, to be popular in schools and among the published for the use of schools from Scott down to its own class of readers for whom it is more especially intend date."-GLOBE.
OBSERVER. “We can say that we have not met with a better book " This is a very pretty school book, well selected, well for the use of pupils in schools, or for private reading.” compiled, and admirably fitted for general use. We can
MORNING ADVERTISER have no doubt, therefore, of its success." “This volume has several features. It contains pieces
GLASGOW COURIER. rather than passages ; for, although some of the selections " This is one of the most valuable educational books are not entire poems, they are complete subjects. The which has lately come under our notice. Its object is the selections are judiciously made, principally from modern cultivation of the imaginative as well as the intellectual writers."-SPECTATOR,
powers, to nourish the memory, to encourage the imagina"The selections are of a quality to foster and promote tion, and to discipline the judgment.” sound taste, and comprise a very large number---perhaps
NORTH WALES CHRONICLE. the majority of the shortest poems that have obtained a “ We have seen many poetical selections and extracts for permanent standing in our literature."
the use of schools, but few equal, and none superior, to
WEEKLY CHRONICLE. this."-EDINBURGH WITNESS. “There is a novelty of design in tbis book. It is very “The pieces are extracted from our best poets, and each well adapted for reading in schools."-CRITIC.
is introduced by a prose quotation, appropriately chosen “For schools and private reading the volume will be l from some standard writer. They will serve the double found most acceptable."-CHURCH AND STATE GAZETTE, parpose of either being committed to memory, or used as
“ Mr. Hughes deserves high praise for the care with reading lessons."-EDINBURGH ADVERTISER.
Just published, in 18mo. (pp. 198), price 15., Second Edition, carefully revised and corrected,
“This is another of those useful manuals for which the us a great deal of trouble. The present book is perfectly cause of education owes so much to Mr. Hughes. It is in- i adapted to elementary schools; it is simple and plain, tended to meet the difficulty of teaching geography intel- | without being childish."-ECONOMIST. lectually to the young-a difficulty which Mr. Hughes con “From its simplicity, comprehensiveness, and lucidity siders to reside less in the subject than in the manner of 1 of arrangement, this little book is admirably adapted to treating it ;-and contains the substance of lessons which the use of the young, and will be welcomed by all who are in actual experience have been found interesting to chil. engaged in their instruction, for the merits to which we dren."-ATHENRUM.
have alluded.”_WEEKLY NEWS. “ A compact and well-arranged exbibition of the ele- “This is a practical work, calculated to raise an interest mentary facts of geography, descriptive as well as physical. | in the subject of geography in very young scholars. It is The novelty of the book consists in its introduction, which written in simple language, and the author has evidently presents the principles of geography in an intelligible taken much pains to make the principles perfectly inform : the illustrations being taken from familiar things. telligible."-CAMBRIDGE CHRONICLE. This portion, properly used by the teacher, will possess the I « This little treatise, from the pen of an earnest worker pupil with distinct ideas of the use of geographical know. I in elementary education, is certain to be of the most ledge, imparting an interest to what would otherwise be valuable service in the instruction of the young. In the dry facts, or rather words." --SPECTATOR.
variety and arrangement of its facts, as well as in the wide " The present is one of Mr. Hughes's best works, good scope but simple treatment of the work, we discern a as they all are. It begins at the school-room, and con | striking instance of the new spirit and great talent which ducts the pupil from that, teaching him how to draw are now being brought to bear on the education of our maps, &c. over all the earth. Often do we wish that the youth. The author has the credit of having solved the excellent books we have now frequently to notice had been difficult problem of teaching geography intellectually." in existence in our younger days; they would have saved
EDINBURGH ADVERTISER. [continued on the next page.
Mr. Hughes's Educational Works - continued.
Second Edition, greatly enlarged, price 3s. 6d. OUTLINES of PHYSICAL GEOGRAPHY, designed for the
Use of Schools. “A little book, comprising a very large quantity of work well in school use. Simple and comprehensive in information, arranged to advantage, and imparted with arrangement, written in a style neither difficult nor easy, precision. A more decided advance upon the ordinary / full of information, at once fascinating and useful, encharacter of even excellent elementary works, has not re- livered here and there with judicious and beautiful refleccently occurred to us. This advance is indicated, not only tions that speak to the heart, we are persuaded that it by the really scientific nature of the instruction given by will become a great favourite among school-boys, whose Mr. Hughes, but by the equally scientific mode in which it good fortune we almost envy, in possessing books so much is afforded. The instructor is not learning bit by bit, like a superior to those used in our school-days." pupil; but, having acquired a mastery of the complete sub
EDUCATIONAL TIMES. ject-at least, for every ordinary purpose-is enabled to I Decidedly the best book for schools on the subject of display it in its proportions as well as in its minuteness. ! Physical Geography, is, in our opinion, that by Mr. Edward The book is, in little (but not on that account in indistinct- Hughes. The interesting and useful information which it ness), a concentration of a score of the invaluable volumes contains, the just and well-expressed sentiments with which upon Physical Geography which have of late years been it is interspersed, and the judicious arrangement of the enriching our better libraries, but to which the average i whole subject, entitle his Outlines of Physical Geography class of readers can with difficulty attain. The neatly drawn to far more extensive patronage than that of the scholastic and carefully coloured Maps, by Mr. William Hughes, are profession. As a teacher of Geography, Mr. Hughes is exceedingly meritorious. It would be injustice to speak of acknowledged to be most successful; and his Outlines, in this work as a mere school-book, modest as are its preten. the hands of any judicious instructor, will, we apprehend, sions. It is a capital little handbook."
contribute greatly to the attainment of similar success.
MORNING CHRONICLE. The Maps compiled by Mr. William Hughes are what the “ We do not hesitate to pronounce at once this book to reputation of that eminent geographer would argue, and be the most useful school geography we have. We cannot form a valuable feature of the book." possibly over-estimate the importance of Physical Geo
ENGLISH JOURNAL OF EDUCATION. graphy as an elementary science, and feel sure that for such "Mr. Hughes's little book is a carefully compiled, well works as the present all the old school geographies will ere arranged, and comprehensive introduction to the science long be discarded. The book is a careful one, written of which it treats. Its statements are made in clear and fairly up to the present state of science, which on this simple language, and the neat and distinct little maps that subject is daily making such giant strides, that each year illustrate it are valuable assistants to the acc:rate and ought to furnish a new edition of a school book on such a complete comprehension of its contents. By the aid of subject."- ATLAS.
this little handbook, children of a larger growth,' whose *This is a work we can cordially recommend. It draws knowledge has not kept pace with the advances of the from us the best praise in our power to bestow; namely, time, may profitably and readily acquire a vast deal of inthat it answers the design of the author. It cannot fail to l teresting and useful information.”-Scotsman.
Just published, price 2s. 6d. AN INTRODUCTORY ATLAS of MODERN GEOGRAPHY, for i the Use of Schools and Families. Comprising 12 Maps, engraved on Steel by W. Hughes, F.R.G.S., and printed in Colours by Hanhart ; exhibiting the Physical Features and Political Divisions of the most important Countries of the Globe. With an Introductory Chapter, containing Suggestive Hints upon the Method of Learning Geography.
List of Maps. 1. The World in Hemispheres. 2. Europe. 3. Asia. I land. 10. Ireland. 11. Canaan as divided among the 4. Africa. 5. America. 6. Australia and Polynesia. | Tribes, illustrating the Old Testament. 12. Palestine in 7. The British Islands. 8. England and Wales. 9. Scot. | the time of Our Lord, illustrating the New Testament.
Price ls. 6d. AN ATLAS of PHYSICAL GEOGRAPHY. By W. HUGHES, F.R.G.S.
Comprising Maps of the World. 1. Shewing the Distribution of Land and Water. 2. Illus- | kind. 6. Shewing the Geographical Distribution and trating the Principal Features of the Land. 3. Illustrating Range of some of the Principal Members of the Animal the Divisions and Movements of the Waters of the Globe. Kingdom :-Distribution of Man. 7. Illustrating the Pro4. Illustrating the Geographical Distribution of some of ductive Industry of various Countries, and exhibiting the the Principal Phænomena of Meteorology: - Rain Map. , principal Localities of Commerce and Navigation, 8. Phy5. Shewing the Geographical Distribution and Limits of sical Map of the British Islands. Cultivation of some of the Principal Plants useful to Man. 1
Price ls. plain ; Is. 6d. coloured, AN AT LAS for ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS; containing 12 Maps.
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