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ANIMAL PHYSIOLOGY :

To Reduce a Fraction to XII. On the Reproductive

The Eye

33, 65, 97

its Lowest Terms 160 Organs of Plants: the

The Ear

129, 161, 204

To Reduce an Improper

Flower and its Append.

The Organ of Smell

Fraction to a Whole

ages

216

The Organ of Taste

· 289, 321

or Mixed Number 160 XIII. Anatomical Exami-
The Organ of Touch. 353, 385 To Convert a Mixed Num.

nation of a Flower . 213

ber into an Improper
ILLUSTRATIONS :

XIV, Manner in which

Vertical Section of the Hu-

Fraction

160 Flowers are attached 216

man Eye in its Socket-

To Reduce Fractions to XV. Parts of an Individual

Equivalent Fractions

Diagram showing how

Flower

241

objects are imprinted on

having the same Deno- XVI. Different Forms which

the Retina

33

minator

170

the Calyx and Corolla

Addition of Fractions
Vertical Section of Eye of

170

241

may assume
Soaring Bird - Vertical

Subtraction of Fractions 170 XVII. On the Corolla : its
Section of Eye of Fish 65 Multiplication of Frac-

parts and modifications . 280
Vertical Section of Eye of

186 XVIII. On Fruits and their
Insect- Front of Head
Division of Fractions 186 Varieties

280
of Dragon-fly- Front of
Decimals

XIX. The Seed :

281

Head of Wasp—Side of

Definitions

187 XX. Further Classification

97

Caterpillar's Head .

To Express a Decimal as

305

of Vegetables.

The Human Ear-Section

a Vulgar Fraction 187 XXI. On the Natural Orders

showing the Hollow of

Addition of Decimals 198 of Flowering Plants-Ra-

the Cochlea - Malleus-

Subtraction of Decimals, 198 nunculaceu

347

Incus-Stapes

129 Multiplication of Deci. XXII. Papaveracer, or the

The African Elephant 161

mals.

222 Poppy Tribe

376

Division of Decimals

Bone containing Ear of Rab-

234 XXIII. Rosaceae, or the

bit-Earbone of Whale-

To Reduce a Circulating

Rose Tribe

377, 401

bone Whale - Internal

Decimal to a Vulgar

Fraction

Ear of Bird-Ear of Cod

DRAWING, LESSONS IN:

266

Square and Cube Root-

-Ear-stone of Cod-Long

Introduction—The Arrange-

Antenne of a Lobster

Definitions, etc.

ment of a Drawing.

291

7

205

Vertical Section of Human

Extraction of the Square

Arrangement and Method

Head-Framework of the

Root .

291

of Drawing Outline

Nose – Muscles of the

Abbreviated process of

Figures in Straight Lines

and Curves

Nose--Septum of the Nose

the Extraction of the

and its Nerves

225

Square Root

318

Elementary Perspective, etc. 71

Vertical Section of Head of

Extraction of the Cube

Instructions in Parallel Per-

Root

Porpoise - Vertical Sec-

318

spective.

103

tion of Rabbit's Head-

Ratio and Proportion 342

Instructions in Angular

Concrete

Under-side of Head of

135

Commercial

or

Perspective

Spotted Dogfish-Nasal

Arithmetic-

The Circle in Perspective-

Sac of Sturgeon

257

Measures of Time

366

How to draw Objects of

Human Tongue_Tongue of

Measures of Length

a Uniform Character

164

Chimpanzee - Circumval.

Measures of Surface 379

Method of Drawing various

late Papillæ--Fungiform

Measures of Solidity 380

kinds of Arckes-Arches

Measures of Weight

Papillæ-Filiform Papillse 289

199

in Perspective.

Tongue of a Cat-Filiform

Money-Coinage

Geometrical Curves, etc.-

Papillæ of a Leopard-

Angular Measuro

395

Objects in Outline

231

Tongue of a Fieldfare-

Miscellaneous Table 396

On regulating the Retiring

Tongue of an Ostrich-

Horizontal Distances and
Tongue of a Chameleon . 321 BOTANY, LESSONS IN:

Heights of Objects in

Section of Hairless Skin-

Introduction

23

Perspective

263

Section of Hairy Skin-

I. On the Principles which

On Shading- Broad Sha-

Tip of the Forefinger 353 serve for the Classifica-

dows, Cast Shadows, etc.,

Organs of Touch of Ver.

tion of Plants

23 on Flat Surfaces

295

tebrata, Mollusca, Arti.

II. On the Scientific Classi-

Regulation by Perspective

culata, Coelenterata, and

fication of Vegetables 55

fShadows cast by the Sun 327

Protozoa

III. On the Organs of Ve.

On Shading Rounded Sur-

353

56

getables.

faces

359

ARCHITECTURE, LESSONS IN:

IV. Structure of the Stem

On drawing Foliage, the

Introduction

319

81

of Vegetables.

Trunks and Branches of

Buildings in Unhewn Stone 369

V. Concerning Leaves and

Trees, etc.

391

ARITHMETIC, LESSONS IN: their Uses

82 ILLUSTRATIONS :

Introduction

13 VI. Leaves Considered as Figs. 1-15. Arrangement of

Notation and Numeration 13 to their Functions. 127 Straight Lines and Curves 8

Roman Method of Notation 22 VII. On the Form and Mo-

Figs. 16–24. Examples in

Addition

22 difications of Leaves 128

Subtraetion

Straight-linedand Curved

46 VIII. On the Nervation or

Figures.

Multiplication

54 Venation of Leaves; and Figs. 25–27. illustrations

Division

69 the Forms of Leaves 151 of Parallel and Angular

Abridged Methods of Multi-

IX. Organs which look like

Perspective

72

plication and Division 95, 110 Leaves, but which are Figs. 28–34. Examples in
Greatest Common Measure 126 not Leaves

184

Parallel Perspective
Least Common Multiple 134 X. Metamorphoses or

104, 105
Fractions-

Changes to which Leaves Fig. 35. Position of Draw-

Definitions

159

are subject

184 ing Board and Copy 136

To Multiply or Divide a XI. Representatives for Figs. 36-41. Examples in

Fraction by a whole

Leaves in Cryptogamic

Angular Perspective, etc. 136,

Number

Plants

215

137

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Figs. 45–50. Objects of

Uniform Character-The

Circle in Perspective 165

Figs.51-57. Various Forms

of Arches - Arches in

Perspective

200, 201

Figs. 58-63. Geometrical

Curves, Egg and Pear 232

Fig. 64. Flower-pot, Trowel,

and Knife

233

Figs. 65-70. Diagrams, etc.,

for regulating Retir-

ing Horizontal Distances

and Heights of Objects

in Perspective

264, 265

Figs. 71-75. Examples of

Shading-Flat Surfaces , 296,

297

Figs. 76-81. Regulation of

Cast Shadows. 328, 329

Figs. 82-86. Examples of

Shading-Rounded Sur.

faces

360

Fig. 87. Geranium Leaf

from Cast
Figs. 88–97. Examples of
Foliage.

392, 393
Fig. 98. Trunk and Branches

of a Tree without Leaves 392
Fig. 99. Trunk and Branches

of a Tree with Leaves 393

ENGLISH, LESSONS IN:

Introduction

5

Simple Propositions

34

Simple Propositions - Tho
Parts of Speech

74

Parsing and Composition 107

Saxon Element of the Eng.

lish Language

138

Letters and Letter-writing. 171
Derivation-Prefixes: A to
Anti

194
Prefixes : Apo to Dun. 227
Derivation-Prefixes : E to
Hept

267
Derivation-Prefixes: Hyper
to Meta.

299

Prefixes : Meter to Octo 326

Prefixes : Olig to Pre . 362

Prefixes : Preter to Sex . 397

ESSAYS ON LIFE AND DUTY:

Introductory

. 117

Justice

199

Truth

Temperance

398

FRENCH, LESSONS IN:

I. French Pronunciation-

I. The French Alphabet. 2

II. French Accents 19

III. Nameand Sound of the

Vowels, 42, 58,77,86,106,114

IV. Name and Sound of the

Consonants, 114,131,147, 174
V. Compound Vowels, 182,206
VI. Diphthongs , 206, 214
VII. Nasal Vowel Sounds

214, 235, 250
VIII. Liquids

270
IX. Rules for Pronouncing

and Reading French 275

II., III. The Article .

IV. The Article used Par-

titively.

19

V. The Negatives, etc. 24
VI. Idiomatic Uses of Avoir 24
VII. Pronouns and Pro.
noun Adjectives

30

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