A_. S. BjARTSTES & BURR,
51 AND 53 JOHN STREET, NEW YORK,
PUBLISHERS OE THE
NATIONAL SERIES OF STANDARD SCHOOL BOORS.
The National School Series is prepared by the best educators in the country, and designed with special
reference to the thorough Education of the Youth of our land. Great care has been taken to exclude sectional
or sectarian matter, so that the series is regarded as truly the National School Series. The favor which these
books have received from all parts of the United States warrants the Publishers in calling upon their friends to
examine each of the works comprising this series, (provided they have not already done so,) with a view of
making them their Standard Text-Books. The following is a part of the series:—
The National Series of Arithmetics and Mathematics. By Professor Charles Davies, LL.D., formerly
of the United States Military Academy, and now of Columbia College. (The standard of New York, Baltimore,
New Orleans, Buffalo, Rochester, Milwaukee, and other large cities.) The higher course of Mathematics are
used in most of the Colleges and Academies throughout the Union.
The National Series of Geographies. By James Monteith and Francis McNally.
Orleans, New York, Buffalo, Milwaukee, Newark, Brooklyn, and other cities.)
The National Series of School Histories. By Emma Willard and James Monteith. (Daniel Webster said
of Mrs. Willard’s History of the United States, “ I keep it near me as a valuable book of reference, accurate in
facts and dates.” It was also highly recommended by Henry Clay, and many other of our most illustrious
Statesmen and Educators.)
The National Series of School Readers and Spellers. By Richard G. Parker and James M. Watson.
Recommended, wherever they are known, as the most beautiful and the most praetical Readers and Spellers ever
The National Series of English Grammar, Hlustrated with Diagrams. By S. W. Clark. Clark’s method
of teaching this hitherto dry subjeet makes it one of the most interesting studies in the language.
(The standard of New
High School Literature. By Monmonier&McJilton,
Brookfield’s First Book in Composition. For Begin¬
ners. 40 c..
W. W. Smith’s Orthographical Books. 4 Nos.
Northend’s Little Orator, National Orator, and
Entertaining Dialogues’. Prices, 30c., 75c.,
Rame's Elements of Criticism, with Additions by
Boyd. $1 00.
Day’s Art of Rhetoric. 75c.
Boyd’s Elements of Logic. 75c.
Darby’s (of Alabama) Botany of the Southern States.
Brooks’ (of Baltimore) Greek and Latin Classics.
8 Volumes. ^
Wiley & Hubbard’s North Carolina Readers. 3 Nos.
Parker’s School Compendium of Natural Philosophy.
Porter’s Principles of Chemistry. $1 00.
Norton & Porter’s First Book of Science. $1 00.
Boyd’s English Poets. 5 Volumes.
And many other valuable works, among which might be mentioned
THE SCHOOL TEACHER’S LIBRARY, in Ten Tolumes.
Designed to aid the Teacher in his professional duties.
Brooks’ (of Baltimore) School Teacher’s Register. 50c.
Brooks’ “ Manual of Devotion for
McIntyre’s (of Baltimore High School) Astronomy
and Globes. 75c.
Page’s Elements of Geology. 75c.
Chambers’ Elements of Zoology. $1 00.
Smith & Martin’s System of Book-keeping ana
Blanks. 75c. each.
Bartlett’s (of West Point) College Course of Phi¬
Church’s (of West Point) Calculus and Analytical
Courtenay’s (of Virginia) Elements of Calculus.
$2 50 per copy.
Hackley’s (of Columbia College) Trigonometry. $2 00.
W. G. Peck’s (of Columbia College) Elements of
Mechanics. $1 50.
Hanna’s Bible History for Schools. $100.
Beers’ Complete System of Penmanship. 9 Nos. at
Dwight’s Modern Philology. $1 75.
Please send to A. S. Barnes & Burr, NewYork, for their Descriptive Catalogue of all their publications,
which shall be sent free of postage.