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Page 293 - Manual so much freshness and originality. In no respect is tliis character more apparent than in the plan of arrangement, by which the author commences his description of the physical geography of each tract by a sketch of its true basis or geological structure.
Page 291 - WHITE. The Eighteen Christian Centuries. By the Rev. JAMES WHITE, Author of 'The History of France.
Page 294 - This work has been constructed for the purpose of placing in the hands of the public a useful and thoroughly accurate ATLAS of Maps of Modern Geography, in a convenient form, and at a moderate price. It is based on the ' ROYAL ATLAS,' by the same Author ; and, in so far as the scale permits, it comprises many of the excellences which its prototype is acknowledged to possess. The aim has been to make the book strictly what its name implies, a HANDY ATLAS — a valuable substitute for the
Page 293 - English Journal of Education.— Of all the Manuals on Geography that have come under our notice, we place the one whose title is given above in the first rank. For fulness of information, for knowledge of method in arrangement, for the manner in which the details are handled, we know of no work that can, in these respects, compete with Mr Mackay's Manual. A. KEITH JOHNSTON, LL.D., FRSE, FRGS, HM, Geographer for Scotland, Author of the
Page 292 - Thousand, revised to the present time. Crown 8vo, pp. 300, 3s. The Intermediate Geography. Intended as an Intermediate Book between the Author's ' Outlines of Geography,' and
Page 292 - This volume— the result of many years' unremitting application — is specially adapted for the use of Teachers, Advanced Classes, Candidates for the Civil Service, and proficients in geography generally. Fifty-Fifth Thousand. Elements of Modern Geography. By the SAME. Revised to the present time. Crown 8vo, pp. 300. 3s. The 'Elements' form a careful condensation of the 'Manual...