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ARITHMETIC, ALGEBRA, AND
PRICE 3s. Od.
MOFFATT AND PAIGE,
28, WARWICK LANE, PATERNOSTER ROW.*
Butler & Tanner, The Selwood Printing Works, Frome, and London.
Moffatt's School Maps. Adopted by the London School Board.
Each 58 in. by 50 in., mounted, canvas, rollers, and varnished. Price 14s. each. The Maps are specially designed for Class Teaching. The Map of the Colonies consists (1) of an Index Map to all the British Possessions, and (2) Maps of each Colony on a ciently large for Class Teaching.
The Schoolmaster says: "For school purposes there could be no better. Boldly printed, clearly coloured. They deserve a place on the walls of every schoolroom. We can say in a single word-excellent."
"The British Colonies is a necessity in every school that takes the Geography of the Colonies.
The School Guardian says: "Distinguished by many features of great merit. Shows great discrimination. Good school maps.'
One of H.M. Inspectors states: Certainly the best for school purposes that have been produced.'
The Educational News says: "The peculiarity of these maps is the strikingly bold and distinct appearance they present hung up against the wall. There is no attempt to overload them with names, while no important feature is omitted."
The School Board Chronicle says: "These are clear, open maps. For teaching they are very useful."
The Irish Teachers' Journal says: "What strikes us most in these excellent maps is their boldness. There is no overcrowding, a fault of most maps.' Moffatt's Chart of Geographical Terms. Canvas, rollers, and varnished, 14s.
Moffatt's Picture of Geographical Terms. This is the pictorial portion of Moffatt's "Chart of Geographical Terms." Mounted canvas, rollers, and varnished, 7s. 6d.
The Teacher says: "Moffatt's Chart of Geographical Terms is the alpha and omega, the beginning and the end, the abstract and brief chronicle of Second Standard Geography. It is divided into six different parts. The most important is a map of Europe, with not the distinctive, but only the general names of its various parts. Thus, the right little, tight little piece of earth we live on is not marked 'Great Britain,' but simply 'Island.' This is an excellent plan, for by it the definitions are just as well illustrated as by 'fancy' drawings. The lower half of the chart is a pictorial illustration of the various definitions, and by comparing it with the part already described, children will clearly see the difference between a map and a picture. Diagrams are also given in explanation of the various terms used in mathematical geography."
Moffatt's Test Map of England.
Moffatt's Test Map of Europe.
Moffatt's Test Map of British Colonies.
Price 10s. each. 58 in. × 50 in., mounted, canvas, rollers, and varnished.
These Maps will be found useful for examining classes in geography; the physical and political features are given in bold outline, and the names are printed in such a way that only the examiner can read them.
"Large and beautiful maps. Looked at closely they are seen to differ from other Test Maps in having the names so that only the examiner can see them. This is a novel feature, and most people will consider it an excellent one."-The Teacher. Moffatt's District Map of Middlesex, Surrey, Kent,
Sussex, Buckinghamshire, Hertfordshire, and Essex. Canvas, rollers, and varnished. Size 58 in. x 50 in. Price 14s. This Map is intended for a County Map. It is on a scale sufficiently large to show the geographical features of each County very plainly. The Animals of the World, arranged according to their geographical distribution. Size 60 in. × 54 in., mounted, canvas, rollers, and varnished. Price 16s.
*This will be found most useful for illustrating all lessons and erences to Natural History.
Fatt & Paige, 28, Warwick Lane, Paternoster Kow, Lonaon,