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Map of the British Empire, The Navy League 792. Map of the World, Bacon's Contour School, 339. Map Projections, A Concise Guide to (G. V. Gordon
and F. Evans), 792.
Maps (W. and A. K. Johnston), 342.
Bacon, Francis (1561-1626), (Dr. I. Levine), 624.
Butler, H. M.: A Memoir (J. R. M. Butler), 853.
Canning, The New Policy of, 1822-7 (H. Temperley), 561.
Cary, John (Sir H. G. Fordham), 722.
Castlereagh, The Foreign Policy of, 1815-22 (Prof. C. K. Webster), 247.
Chadwick, Sir Edwin (1800--90) (M. Marston), 434.
Chesterton, Gilbert Keith (P. Braybrooke), 57.
Disraeli and Gladstone (D. C. Somervell), 754. Galton, The Life, Letters, and Labours of Francis (Prof. K. Pearson), 57.
Gray, Letters of Thomas (J. Beresford), 790.
In the House of My Pilgrimage (L. M. Faithful), 58.
Lamb, Selected Letters of Charles (edited by G. T.
Lee, Robert E. (Major-General Sir F.Maurice), 624.
Napoleon: An Outline (C. R. Ballard), 250; The
Newman, Cardinal (B. Newman), 337.
Pitt, Life of William (J. H. Rise), 857.
Aeschylean Tragedy (Prof. H. W. Smyth), 249.
(Prof. A. M. Brooks), 434; Mythology (D. J. E.
Hannibal, Scenes from
the Life of (edited by
Latin Poetry, A Book of (chosen by E. V. Rieu), 624.
Ovid, Selections from (Dr. W. D. Lowe), 789. Petronius, The Cena Trimalchionis of (&c.) (edited by W. B. Sedgwick), 516.
Pliny's Letters, Anecdotes from (edited by Dr. W. D.
Rome, A Literary History of (Prof. J. W. Duff), 515.
Commerce for Beginners, The Elements of (M Clark), 566.
Economics, Everyone's (Dr. R. Jones), 517. Economics of Social Problems (H. A. Silverman), 856. Labour and Profits (B. Cable), 517.
Mercantile Law, Stevens' (H. Jacobs), 517. Political Economy, Palgrave's Dictionary of (edited by H. Higgs), 517.
Population (A. M. Carr-Saunders), 517.
Problems in Home Economics Teaching (L. F. Bowman), 856.
Unemployment (J. L. F. Vogel), 856.
Usury, A Discourse upon (1572) (T. Wilson), 517, 568.
A Pedagogue's Commonplace Book (E. Rowland),834. Adolescent, Open Channels for the (T. J. Leonhardt), 518.
Adult School Movement, The (G. C. Martin), 438. Auto-Education Guides. III (Dr. J. White), 720. Bedford School, A History of (late J. Sargeaunt), 438. Books named in lists, 60, 249, 337, 439, 518, 720. Child, Consider the (M. Eaton), 854.
Cinema in Education, The (Sir J. Marchant), 438. Education, An Essay Towards a Philosophy of (C. M. Mason), 337.
Education, Beginning the Child's (E. F. Lynch), 518. Education, Imperial Studies in (edited by E. C. Martin), 337.
Education, Social Problems and (E. R. Groves), 854.
Education, The Johns Hopkins University Studies in.
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Educational Advancement Abroad (F. J. C. Hearnshaw), 854.
Educational Year Book of the International Institute
of Teachers' College, Columbia University, 1924 (edited by Prof. I. L. Kandel), 720.
Juveniles, The Employment and Welfare of (O. B. King), 518.
Junior High School Curricula (Prof. H. C. Hines), 249. Junior High School Life (E. V. Thomas-Tindal and J. D. Myers), 249.
Language Training: Learning to Read (A. F.
Method, Foundations of (W. H. Kilpatrick), 854.
School, The Changing (Dr. P. B. Ballard), 518.
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A Paladin of Philanthropy (A. Dobson), 790.
English, Modern (Dr. J. H. Jagger), 721.
H. D. de Gourville), 563.
English, Use and Abuse of (R. Masson), 101.
English Essays (edited by E. D'Oyley), 563.
of. Part I (L. Marsh and J. N. Goodman), 721. English in America, Euphon (M. E. De Witt), 563. English in England, The Teaching of (report), 260. English in Secondary Schools for Girls, The Teaching of (G. H. Bracken), 256.
Engilsh Literature, A Short History (E. Albert), 790. English Practice, A Higher Course of (R. B. Morgan aud R. B. Latimer), 790.
English Prose and How to Write It (R. Blatchford), 790.
English Studies, The Year's Work in. Vol. IV
Essays, Goldsmith's (selected by A. H. Sleight), 790.
French History, Heroes of (L. Creighton), 623.
Gulliver's Travels. I and II (J. Swift), 564.
Il Novellino: The Hundred Old Tales (E. Storer),
Impressions and Comments (H. Ellis), 101.
Literary Study, The Art of (H. B. Charlton), 435.
My Tower in Desmond (S. R. Lysaght), 790.
Old English Grammar (Prof. J. Wright and E. M.
Our Sussex Parish (T. Geering), 435.
Précis Book, A First (C. N. Pocock), 436.
Précis Writing, Selected Passages for (T. E. J. Bradshaw and G. G. Phillips), 256. Précis-Writing on Historical, Social, Literary, and
other Subjects, A Compendium of (F. E. Robe-
Prose. The Principles of English (G. L. Tarpley), 721.
and II (A. W. Castle), 256.
Readers, The Sunshine First and Second Infant Primers, 564.
Romanticism, A History of Modern English. Vol. I
(Dr. H. G. de Maar), 172.
Sea, The Lure of the (selected by F. H. Lee), 790. Sentences and Thinking (Profs. N. Foerster and J. M. Steadman), 338.
Sesame and Lilies (J. Ruskin), 623.
Shakespeare, A Preface to (G. H. Cowling), 435, 515.
Talks with Shepherds (W. Johnson), 790.
The Irrational Knot (B. Shaw), 172.
The Little World (S. Benson), 790.
The Mouse Story (translated from the Danish of
The Noblest Frailty (M. Sadleir), 435.
The Recollections of Geoffry Hamlyn (H. Kingsley,
"The Stones of Venice," (J. Ruskin), 721.
The Tree of Knowledge (Dr. E. E. Bradford), 102. The Victors (P. Deane), 563.
The Water Babies (C. Kingsley), 565.
The Wind in the Willows (K. Grahame), 564.
Westward Ho! (C. Kingsley), 564.
European Literature in the Nineteenth Century (B. Croce), 56.
Exploration, Adventures of. Books I-III (Sir J. S. Kettie and S. C. Gilmour), 632.
Far East, The: China and Japan (W. J. Glover),
From Pole to Pole (Prof. L. W. Lyde and E. M. Butterworth), 632.
Geographies, Dent's Historical and Economic (Dr. H. Piggott and R. J. Finch), 439. Geography, A Progressive. (C. B. Thurston), 517, 632.
Geography. Book II (R. E. Parry), 792.
Geography Commercial (A. L. Curr), 517; (A. & C.
Geography, Local (C. G. Beasley), 339.
Geography, Nelson's Intermediate. Vol. II (J. H. Birrell), 439.
Geography, Readable Physical (J. A. O. Muirhead), 339.
Geography: The Scientific Study of Human Settlement. Book I (R. E. Parry), 439.
Geography and History, The Relations of (the late H. B. George), 339.
Geography and History Meet, Where (W. L. Bunting), 439.
Geography and Travel, Stanford's Compendium of
Geography Exercise Books, Kingsway Series, 857. Geography Makers, Real Stories of the (J. T. Faris), 517.
Geography of Commerce, The (W. P. Rutter), 792. Geography of Common Things, (H. C. Barnard), 517. Geography of England and Wales (Historical) (E. H. Carrier), 792.
Geography of Europe, An Economic (D. H. Smith), 566.
Geography of the World, A School (Prof. L. W.
Geography Practice, Nelson's. Parts I and V
Nelson's Geography Practice (Dr. J. Gunn), 857.
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Oxford and District, Guide to, 439.
Paris, Old-Time (Dr. G. F. Edwards), 566.
Peoples and Places. Book IV (G. Guest), 339.
Post-War Britain (A. Siegfried), 64.
Primitive Labour (L. H. D. Buxton), 339.
Scottish Homeland, The (R. M. Munro), 64.
Silchester, The Book of (J. Thomson), 336.
South Africa (W. J. Glover), 64.
The Keener Sight: Talks and Exercises on Deduc-
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American History, Factors in (A. F. Pollard), 726. Armour and Weapons in the Middle Ages (C. H. Ashdown), 857.
Are Age, The (J. D. Kendrick), 857.
Bibliography of Naval History (G. Callender), 218. Britain, Everyday Life in Roman (M. and C. H. B. Quennell), 340.
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British History, Black's Picture Stories of (Uncle Robert), 519.
Czechoslovakia (edited by Prof. J. Gruber), 519. Diplomatic Relations of Great Britain and U.S.A. (R. B. Moway), 857.
England, Prejudice and Promise in Fifteenth Century (C. L. Kingsford), 567.
England under the Early Tudors (1485-1529) (C. H. Williams), 567.
English-Speaking Nations, The (G. W. Morris and L. S. Wood), 250.
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History in Picture and Story, World. Book I. Prehistoric Times (J. Higginbottom), 519. History Notes, English (W. J. R. Gibbs), 857. History of Civilization, A Brief (J. S. Hoyland), 340. History of English Life and Labour, A Short (E. Hope), 340.
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Arithmetic, Primer (F. M. Marzials and N. K. Barber), 856.
Arithmetic, Puzzle Papers in (F. C. Boon), 793.
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La Büche (A. France), 724.
La Cena de Baltasar (Calderon), 174. La Fayette, Mme de La Princesse de Clèves (edited by Prof. H. Ashton), 724.
La Gitanilla : from Cervantes' "Novelas Ejemplares" (R. M. Macandrew), 174.
La Petite Ville (par L. B. Picard), 626.
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Ballads (selected by F. Sidgwick), 564.
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Dramas, Chief Pre-Shakespearean (J. Q. Adams), 623.
Part of the Pilgrim's Progress (arranged by
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Greenleaf Theatre Elements (C. Smedley), 338.
Milton. Paradise Regained (L. C. Martin), 722.
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Plays in Rhyme for Little Ones (M. L. Darvell and
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Poems Graded for Use in Schools, A Book of. Part II (Dr. J. H. Jagger), 102.
Poems of 1924, The Best (selected by T. Moult), 435. Poetry, 620.
Poetry, The Bond of (J. J. Stable), 62.
Poetry, William Morris and his (B. I. Evans), 564. Poetry Book, An Eton (edited by C. Alington and
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Pope. The Iliad of Homer (F. H. Colson), 790. Rythm? What is (Prof. E. A. Sonnenschein), 730. Shakespeare, The Companion (edited by Prof. J. A. Green and Kenneth Bell), 624.
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Songs of Innocence and Experience (W. Blake), 623. Spenser, Edmund: An Essay on Renaissance Poetry (Prof. W. L. Renwick), 563.
Stage-Book, The Bankside (H. W. Whanslaw), 102. Tennyson (edited by A. Noyes), 722.
The Glen is Mine and the Lifting (J. Brandane), 791. The Golden Treasury of Modern Lyrics (L. Binyon), 62.
The Little White Gate (F. Hoatson), 722.
The Mirror of Venus (F. A. Wright), 721.
The Parish Priest and a Scotch Fish-wife's Story (R. Mundy), 338.
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Theatre Arts Monthly, 89.
Tragedy of King Richard III, The (with Introduction, &c., by A. D. Inues), 563.
Under the Cedar (E. S. Earl), 102.
Verse, A Somerset Anthology of Modern, 1924 (edited by S. F. Wright), 564.
Verse, Narrative (E. Albert), 436.
Verse, Oxford Book of Scandinavian (E. Gosse, &c.), 856.
Verse-Writing for Beginners (J. Curlewis), 436.
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Children, Three Problem, 794.
Collected Papers (Dr. S. Freud), 622.
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Will-Temperament and its Testing, The (Prof. J. E. Downey), 730.
Bible, The Local Colour of the. Vol. III. (Dr. C. W Budden and Rev. E. Hastings), 730.
Bible Anthology, A (edited by H. A. Treble and G. H. Vallins), 522.
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God, Conscience, and the Bible (Dr. P. Smyth), 254.
Greek Religion, A History of (M. P. Nilsson), 787.
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Collective Work, 728.
First Aid (compiled by Sir J. Cantlie), 570.
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UNIVERSITY OF ST. ANDREWS to the "Development of the Person
ality of a Child," by Dr. William Brown.
During the five years 1920-1924
2,313 University Correspondence College
the Ordinary London Matriculation
to London Matriculation, containing
No. 14, BURLINGTON HOUSE, CAMBRIDGE
THE EDUCATION GUILD OF
GREAT BRITAIN AND IRELAND
(Late The Teachers' Guild.)
President (1924): The Right Hon. H. A. L. Fisher, M.P. Objects. To promote Co-operation and facilitate Interchange of Opinion among all persons interested in the study and practice of Education.
The Guild offers to all members the use of a Social Club where
APPLICANTS FOR ADMISSION SHOULD APPLY TO
educational papers may be seen and meals obtained. Bedroom The Society for the Oversea Settlement of British Women
accommodation is also available for limited periods. Lectures
Subscription to the Guild, I IS. per annum (minimum); or a
THE GENERAL SECRETARY,
9 Brunswick Square, W.C. 1.
Information and advice gratis to all classes of women, as to openings in Canada, Australia, New Zealand, and Africa. Escort and all arrangements made for the journey, reception, and introduction. Qualified women teachers wanted for the Dominions.
The Imperial Colonist, monthly, 24d. post free. Apply toGeneral Secretary, 3 & 4 Clement's Inn, Strand, W.C. 2 Telephone: Regent 5220.
HALLS OF RESIDENCE, Hostels,
UNIVERSITY of ST. ANDREWS
FOR WOMEN STUDENTS
Warden: Miss M. E. DOBSON, M.A., B.Sc., B.D. University Hall, which was opened in 1896 by the University of St. Andrews, accommodates 70 students. In addition there is an overflow house in which 16 additional students may reside.
All degrees granted by the University are open to women. The academical year extends over three terms of approximately nine and a half weeks each and the Residence Fees vary from £22-£28 per term.
Matriculation and Class Fees vary according to the Faculty chosen.
For further information, apply to the WARDEN, University Hall, St. Andrews, Fife.
RESIDENCE (under exceptionally healthy conditions) for Women Students of the UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OF WALES.
FEES, 50 to 62 guineas per session of about 32 weeks, according to accommodation. Students pursue Degree Courses in Arts or Science. A complete Course of Secondary Training (Recognized) for University Graduates in preparation for Teachers' Diplomas, Preparation for Diplomas in Geography, Music, and Agriculture.
Early application should be made to the SENIOR WARDEN, Miss C. P. TREMAIN, B.A.
ABERDARE HALL, CARDIFF.
Residence for Women Students of the University College of South. Wales and Monmouthshire.
Principal: Miss KATE HURLBATT, Somerville College, Oxford. Fees, £75, £70, and £65 per annum. College tuition fees, Arts, £15, and Science, (20 per annum. Scholarships of £25 awarded on the result of Entrance Scholarship Examination of University College, Cardiff, held annually in the Spring. Students prepared for the B.A., B.Sc., and Degrees of the University of Wales. Departments for Elementary and Secondary Training are attached to the College. Students with recognized academic qualifications can enter in October for one year Secondary Training Course. In the Medical School the composition fee varies from £20 to £35 per annum. Apply to the PRINCIPAL.
This Hall is principally for Students in the Faculties of Arts, Science, and Law.
PAYING Guests received in old
world farmhouse, beautiful country, foothills of Dartmoor. Unlimited farm and garden produce. Separate tables. Terms from 2 guineas inclusive.BETTISON, Justleigh, Devon.
All degrees, &c., granted by the University COMFORTABLE Board-Residence
are open to Women.
For particulars as to fees, &c., apply to the WARDEN, Masson Hall, George Square, Edinburgh.
IDEAL Guest House.-Hot water,
lavatory basins, electric light, penny-in-slot gas fire in each bedroom. Pure, varied, generous diet, four good reception rooms, central, garden, near sea. Write for tariff.-Mr. and Mrs. MASSINGHAM, 17 Norfolk Terrace.