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Headmaster of the Yorkshire Institution for the Deaf and Dumb, Doncaster .
GRADUATED SCRIPTURE LESSONS.
In Three Gradations, each consisting of 132 Lessons.
Gradation II. The Lessons are longer than in Gradation I. The chill repeats the history with the addition of new facts. Geographical Notes ars appended to the lessons.
Gradation III. Copious extracts in the words of Scripture are given in each Lesson ; while each includes, with much additional knowledge, all that is contained in the lower Gradations. The Geographical Notices throughout this Gradation are descriptive of all the places mentioned in the Lessons
MANUALS OF THE BOOK OF BIBLE HISTORY.
FOR THE USE OF TEACHERS.
Containing the Reading Lessons, Explanations, Questions, Geographical Notes, and Preceptive Lessons.
Gradution I. cloth boards. 140 pp. 16mo. Is. 6d.
Gradation III. cloth boards. 280 pp. fc. 8vo. 39. These Manuals are devoted to such practical instructions as can be deduced from the examples, the warnings, the precepts, and the doctrines with which the Bible History abounds. Tablet Lessons, Gradation I., with frame, 4s. 6d. Catechetical Exercises in Bible History. Revised and Enlarged.
The Questions to be answered in the Words of Scripture.
Fifth Edition), Cloth boards, ls. 4d.; cloth covers ls. These Exercises may be used either as a step in adrance, after Gradation' III. of the Book of Bible History, or as an independent Manual by an adranced class of pupils. In either case the Bible must be used to supply the knowledge which shall enable the pupil to answer the questions. To entire portion referred to at the head of each Exercise must first be read. and the detailed references attached 10 each question, must be studied.
THE BIBLE CLASS BOOK. Containing 132 Subjects for Reading and Study. Chronologically arranged ; with 3,000 Explanatory Notes and 132 Sacred Poems. Price 3s. 6d., cloth.
*** The Notes convey information from the best authorities on worris. phrases, idioms, places, manners, customs, arts, antiquities, and natural fistory, and thus prevent the necessity of reference to voluminous and expensive works. The Poems are short, and by popular authors.
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