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Moffatt's Pupil Tea r's Course.-Candidates, 28. 6d. ; Year I., 25. 6.;

Year II., 3s. Years III, and IV., shortly.

Editors have been selected for writing these books who have special qualifi. cations for the task.

These books contain the whole course of instruction for Pupil Teachers. They are carefully and fully written. Examination Papers in each subject are set, and practical hints to Pupil Teachers are given.

We can give very high praise to this compilation. Books of this kind are not generally very well done, but the present work is excellently drawn up. Pupil Teachers will not need other books." --The National Schoolmaster. Moffatt's Reprint of Pupil Teachers' Questions set by the Education

Department in 1874, 1875, 1876, 1877, 1879, with Answers to Arithmetic and
Algebra. Price 1s. 6d. for each year.

These are a reprint of the official questions given by H.M. Inspectors at the Monthly Exuminations of Pupil Teachers.

" It is just the sort of took a teacher finds useful for preparing for examination. Save in one or two minor particulars, the questions are as applicable to Scotland as to England."--The Educational News. Moffatts Answers to Scholarship Questions, 1878 and 1879. Price 28.

each. These books contain full and complete Answers to all the Scholarship Questions, with particulars of Training Colleges, and instructions and hints

for Candidates. The Schoolmaster says—“To those looking forward für the scholarship examinations this will be & friend in need." Queen's Scholarship Questions, for 1870–1-2-3. Price 18. Queen’s Scholarship Questions, for 1874–5–6–7. Price 1s. Queen's Scholarship Questions, July, 1878. Price 6d. Queen's Scholarship Questions, July, 1879. Price 6d.

With Answers to Arithmetic, Algebra, and Mensuration. " No better exercise for those preparing for a Scholarship will be found than in answering these questions" Moffatt's Outlines of Grammar and Analysis. Price 9d. Moffatt's Outlines of Geography. Price 1s. Moffatt's Outlines of English History. Price ls.

These books will be found useful for Papil Teachers, Students in Training, and Candidates for the various public examinations. How to Teach Arithmetic. Illustrated in a series of Notes of Lessons.

2s. 6d. By T. J. Livesey, author of “Scholarship Answers.” This book

takes up seriatim very fully every rule of Arithmetic. The Schoolmaster says—“The work will be specially useful to Pupil Teachers and students in training." Moffatt's How to Teach Reading. Illustrated with Notes of Lessons.

1s. 6d. This book takes up very carefully every system of teaching reading,

and enters fully into the whole of the subject. “This is a very interesting book, and is evidently the production of a master-hand."-The Irish “We confidently say it is the best book on the subject we have met."--The Irish Educational

Teachers' Journal,


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Candidates' and Pupil Teachers' Year Books, with all the subjects

of Instruction, and Questions already given. Revised and enlarged Editions. Candidates' Book, 1s. ; Years i., ii. iii., 2s. each ; iv. and

v. 2s. 6. each.

Admirably adapted for their purpose ; the arrangement is excellent, and the Grammar, Geography, and History dealt with in an excellent manner."_"Irish Teacher's Journal.”

"This book (Candidates'), if thoroughly mastered would enable the candidnte to pass his examination for the office of Pupil Teacher.”—“National Schoolmaster.”

"The e six books are the embodiment of an idea well carried out. The plan is to place within the compass of a single volume all the work which a Pupil Teacher is required to prepare each year for his examination. Each snhject is well treated, and appended to each are sets of Examination Papers, by which the pupil may test his own progress, or the teacher may satisfy himself of the manner in which the young student is likely to pass an examination. Every Papil Teacher will find these works a most valuable help. We give the series our unhesitating word of praise, and feel assured that they will be welcomed by every teacher who has them. They will simplify the task of preparation, and, by furnishing a clear and compact outline of everything demanded on the Pupil Teacher's Broad Sheet, will materially assist in laying a solid foundation."_"Schoolmaster."

“ These are what they profess to be, and fill up a gap long felt by Teachers. The books are strongly bound, and printed in good clear type; and containing all the subjects in which the Papil Teachers are annually examined, do away with the necessity of any other Text Book whatever."-—"Nottingham Guardinu."

“I like the Pupil Teachers' Year Books very much, and am sure you deserve the thanks of the National School Teachers for compiling them.-Mr. SPYBEY, Macclesfield.

“It is an excellent idea and well worked out."-H. THOMAS, Ventnor.

“An excellent series that will greatly assist the principal teachers in preparing papil teachers for their annual exaininations.”—J. R. MELLERS, Wakefield.

“ The need for a number of Text Books by pupil teachers is certainly done away with, as the matter you have so very judiciously selected is so full and minnte, without being burdensome. Your scheme answers all, and more than I anticipated, and I feel that the amount of pains, labour, and expense you have bestowed ought to be appreciated by the profession generally.”W. SMITH, Weymouth.

“It is a good idea to compress into a single volume the whole of the requirements for a single year in a Pupil Teacher's Course. He has here his year's work before him; he sees exactly how much and how little he has to do."-" Irish Teacher's Journal."

Your Pupil Teachers' Year Books are everything that is required, and we are highly pleased with them." -Mr. BOURNE, Hythe. Keys to Candidates' Pupil Teachers' Year Books, containing

examples worked in Arithmetic, &c., 1s. each year. Our Own," illustrated, a monthly magazine for boys and girls, illustrated with beautiful designs from

the best engravers, for Schools, at ls. per dozen ; other subscribers, ls. 6d. a year, post

free, in advance. Notes of Lessons for Infant Schools, in simple language, 29. 60.

In these Notes snch subjects are chosen as are suited to INFANTS, and the langnago and modo of treatment have special reference to these.




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3. d. Candidate's Year Book

1 0 Key to ditto

10 Candidate's Questions and Answers

06 Candidate's Questions only

0 2 Complete Geography, 6d.; Complete (rammar, 6d.; Complete History 06

Pupil Teacher's Year Book, I (with all the subjects of instruction)

2 0 Key to ditto (worked examples in Arithmetic) ...

10 Notes of Lessons

2 6 for Izfant Schools

2 6 Graduated Exercises in Arithmetic

(for all years)

2 6 Major's Complete Arithmetic


10 Mental Arithmetic...


10 Music Manual Pupil Teacher's Geography of British Isles

10 Pupil Teacher's Government Questions and Auswers, I. Pupil Teacher's Questions only Scripture Manuals for Pupil Teachers, for all years, Old Test. 2 - 2 complete


5 0 Pupil Teacher's Notes of Lessons--0!1 Test.

Prayer Book, 2/-in 1 vol.

(for all years)


26 Little Housewife (Domestic Economy)

1 0 Crown Drawing Books, complete in six books, (Elementary Freeland) 1 0

Pupil Teacher's Year Book, II. (with all the subjects of instruction)

20 Key to ditto

10 Poetry for Repetition

for u?1 years)

06 Pupil Teacher's Geography of Europe

10 Pupil Teacher's Questions and Answers, II. Pupil Teacher's Questions only, II,

THIRD YEAR. Papil Teacher's Year Book, Ill.

20 Key to ditto

10 Pupil Teacher's Geography of Colonies

10 Pupil Teacher's Questions and Answers, III.

0 6 Pupil Teacher's Questions only, III. ..

02 FOUR TH Y E A R. Pupil Teacher's Year Book, IV.

26 Key to ditto

1 0 Pupil Teacher's Geography of Asia and Africa

O Pupil Teacher's Questions and Answers, IV.

06 Pupil Teacher's Questions only, IV. Middle-class Reader, V., 1/6 ; (for Elocution) VI.

FIFTH Y E A R. Pupil Teacber's Year Book, V.

2 6 Pupil Teacher's Geography of America and Oceans

1 Pupil Teacher's Questions and Answers, V.

06 Pupil Teacher's Questions only, V.

02 Guide and Text Book to Scholarship and Certificate Examinations

5 0 Latin, 1/- ; French, 61. ; P. Geography, 6d. ; Algebra Government Science Questions and Answers, Elementary and "Advanced (all subjects)

06 The Papil Teacher, a monthly magazine,

Annnal subscription 2 6 Any of above post free for published price in stamps from H. MAJOR, B.A. B.Sc.,

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Major's Notes of Lessons for Infants, with illustrative stories
Original Songs and Tunes, Old and New Notation, eacu

Major's Midland Reader, I. (simple, cheerful) ...

04 New Code Reader, I. (with Arithmetic)

6 Standard Arithmetic, 1d. ; Ditto Problem Arithmetic, ld.; Keys ... (1 Test Cards in Arithmetic, 6d.; Key

0 1 Scripture Reader, I., cloth (mostlý monosyllabic)

( 6 Home Lessous, I., 3d. ; cloth, 4d. Daily Spellings, I.

0 2 STANDARD II. Major's Midland Reader, II.

06 New Code Reader, II. (with Grammar, Geography, and Arithmetic) ( 8 Standard Arithmetic, Id. ; Ditto Problem Arithmetic, ld.; Keys... 0 1 Grammar, Id. ; Geography

0 1 Test Card's in Arithmetic, 63.; Keys, id. Do. in Geog., 63.; Grammar i 6 Scripture Reader, II. (Old and New Testament)

08 Home Lessons, iI., 31. ; cloth, 4d. Daily Spellings, II.

0 2 STANDARD III. Major's Midland Reader. III.

08 New Code Reader, III. (with Grammar, Geography, and Arithmetic) 0 10 Standard Arithmetic, ld. ; Ditto Problem Arithmetic, Id.; Keys... 01 Grammar, ld.; Geography

0 1 Test Cards in Arithmetic, 6a.; Key, id. 'Ditto in Grammar, 6d."; Geography

( 6 Scripture Reader, IU., 8a.

Major's Geography of Briti-h Isles 1 Home Lessons, III., 3d.; cloth, 4d. Daily Spellings, III.

2 STANDARD IV. Major's Midland Reader, IV.

0 10 New Code Reader, 1V. (with Grammar, Geog.. History, & Arithmetic) Standard Arithmetic, id. ; Problem Arithmetic, 2d ; Keys, ld. and 0 2 Grammar, ld. ; Geography, ld. ; History, 2d. (complete, each) 06 Test Cards in Arithmetic, 6d. ; Key, ld. Ditto in Grammar, 6d.; Geography, 61. ; History

6 Poetry for Repetition—12 selections, with parsing, paraphrase, &c., each 0 1 Geography of Europe, 1s.; Colovies, 1s. ; Asia & Africa 1s.; America 1 0 Home Lessons, IV., 3d. ; cloth, 4d. Daily Spellings, IV.

0 2 STANDARD V. Major's Midland Reader, V.

1 New Code Reader, V. (with Grammar, Geog., History & Arithmetic) 1 6 Standard Arithmetics, ld.; Probiein Arithmetics, 20.; Kevs, ld, and o Grammar, 1d.; Geography, 1d.; History, 20. (complete, each) 6 Test Cards in Arithmetic 6d.; Keys, 1d. Ditto in Grammar, 6d.; Geography, 6d. ; History

() 6 Poetry for Repetition–12 selections, with parsing, paraphrase, &c., each,0 1 Home Lessons, V., 3d.; cloth, 4d Daily Spellings, v.

02 STANDARD VI, Major's Midland Reader, VI.

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Grammar, 1d. ; Geography, 1d. ; History, 2d. (complete, (arch) ( 6
Test Cards in Arithmetic, 6d.; Keys, ld. Ditto in Grammar, 6l.;

Geography, 6d.; History
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The Crown Readers present the following distinctive features :

1. They are printed from new type, the Primer and Standard I. being particularly bold and distinct, to suit the eyes of very young children.

2. The series is ILLUSTRATED, but not so excessively as to limit unnecessarily the amount of space for the Reading Lessons.

3. ORIGINALITY is a main feature of the series, as recently Readers have been plentifully brought out is were reprints of writers whose copyright bas lapsed.

4. The powers of OBSERVATION of the children are sought to be trained in the Crown Readers, which contain a large amount of knowledge of common objects and natural phenomena, leading up to the study of scientific subjects.

5. The matter is carefully graduated to suit the varying capacities of the Standards.

6. The Readers are also Spelling Books, the dificult words being placed at the head of every lesson, and also at the eud of the book in the advanced books of the series.

7. A middle course has been steered between the inadeqnato and the excessive sizes of different sets; and while 'ample variety is furnished, there is no more offered than cach Standard can fairly get up during the year.

8. Sets of questions are appended to each of the Lessons, where this is desirable, for the cultivation of intelligence in the children, anů to test and train their attention.

9. Copious Dictation Exercises are given in Standard I.
10. The binding of the series throughout is strong and durable.


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