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New York and Chicago,
October 1, 1873.
E beg to call the attention of teachers and educationists to the New Graded Readers as books
suitable to the requirements of schools. They will be found, we think, in every way worthy of examination and comparison, in so far as adapta
tion, gradation, excellence, beauty of manufacture, and cheapness are concerned. The series is now completa and, though scarcely out of our Bindery, has been already largely introduced. They are pronounced, by all who have examined them, far ahead in all desirable respects of any Readers yet published.
Correspondence is solicited with reference to the introduction of these Readers, and can be addressed to us, or to our agents, as may be most convenient. A SET OF THE COMPLETE SERIES— FIVE BOOKS — WILL BE MAILED ON RECEIPT OF $1.50, IF DESIRED FOR EXAMINATION, WITH A VIEW TO INTRODUCTION.
The Educational Reporter, an educational journal full of useful and interesting information, will be se". t without charge as often as published, — three times a a rear, application.
IVISON, BLAKEMAN, TAYLOR, & CO.,
138 & 140 GRAND STREET, NEW YORK ;
133 & 135 STATE STREET, CHICAGO.
HARVARD UNIVERSITY GRADUATE SCHOOL OF EDUCATION
MONROE C GUTMAN LIBRARY
DŁPAR MINI OF
AUG 2 2 1956