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HARVARD COLLEGE LIBRARY
WORKS BY DAVID SALMON.
LONGMANS' SCHOOL GRAMMAR. Part I., Parts
"This is a better book by far than any in common use in this country, with the possible exception of Professor Whitney's Essentials, and the latter is not so full. The present "grammar" begins with induction, but passes immediately to deduction, and both methods are employed throughout, each induction leading to new deductions. Hence it is thoroughly logical and scientific, though the author would probably claim to be a teacher and grammarian rather than a scientist. He has produced one of the best working grammars we have ever seen, and this applies to all its parts. It is excellently arranged and perfectly graded. Part IV., on History and Derivation, is as beautiful and interesting as it is valuable-but this might be said of the whole book.'-NEW YORK TEACHER.
LONGMANS' JUNIOR SCHOOL GRAMMAR. Fcp.
8vo. 128 pp.
Part I. Parts of Speech.
LONGMANS' JUNIOR SCHOOL COMPOSITION.
This Book contains :-Synthesis of Simple Sentences; Practice
Easy Narratives: (a) Stories to be reproduced.
(b) Skeletons of Stories to be reproduced.
New York: LONGMANS, GREEN, & CO.
LONGMANS' SCHOOL COMPOSITION. Crown 8vo. 80 cents.
SIR ROGER DE COVERLEY: Essays from the