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9-INCH PLANO TERRESTRIAL GLOBE;
Handsonnely fitted up and varnished; is equally as useful, but far more convenient and portable than the common globe, and, with his MODERN GEOGRAPHY & TREATISE ON THE
Costs Three-fourths less than any other work of the kind ;even a Pirated and much inferior copy has been solu exlensivehy (till discovered by the Inventor), at 158, ur Une-halj mure than the Original work.
A School Copy, in Two Parts, Price 10s. 6d. A copy for the Library, Drawing-room Table, or the Merchant's Counting-louse ; Glove and Book iu one case, Price 10s.
I cannot, for a moment, hesitate to express my opinion, that the Plano Globe is a most ingenious and useful invention, and is calculated to promote the spread of a valuable branch of education.-Mr. John Sinith, Lecturer on Geography, Education, c., Liverpool.
The Plano Globe is an ingenious contrivance. The publication is a complete multum in parco of Geography and the use of the Globe; and the author's labour aud ingenuity are adınirable.-Spectator.
We are glad to learn this useful and ingenious work has had a large sale.-Sheffield Independent.
The distinguishing feature of this work is the Plano Globe, invenied to afford an opportunity to every student of working the various Problems, which are too often very imperfectly understuud at school; because the expense precluding the possibility of supplying each pupil with a Terrestrial Globe, they only see the problems worked by another.-Worcestershire Chronicle.
EDUCATION, AS IT IS, OUGHT TO BE, AND MIGHT BE ;
By the same Author. 12mo. Price Os.
It contains in its facts the results of a wide inquiry, and often exhibits much shrewdness and sense in its remarks.-Spectator.
This work is respectable for its object, and wonder. ful for the perseverance and industry which it displays. -Taiť s Magazine.
We venture to affirm this work has never been exceeded in originality of conception, and in the evidence which it shows of a degree of self-devotion to a Herculean task.Worcester Herald.
The author sets before us many practical proofs that education will reduce crime and pauperism.--Globe.
The author's facts and figures establish beyond con. troversy, the connection between ignorance and crime, and show that in proportion as education it ought to be” extends, industry, order, and happiness prevail.-- West Briton.
We notice this book for its very curious statistics of crime, illustrative of the influences of education. Its results are important, and highly creditable to the author's industry and zeal.-Examiner.
The author is just the man to originate and carry on a great work. He clearly establishes, first, " That education, even that want.of.systein thing called education, in our country, does very much tend to diminish crime;" and secondly, “ That whatever money we judiciously spend in EnucATING, we shall save from the amount we previously expended in PUNISHING MANKIND.-Nonconformist.
J. WRIGHT, ALDINE CHAMBERS, LONDON :
AND THOMAS STREET, BRISTOL.
H E A L T H
FOR YOUNG PEOPLE;
LONG AND HAPPY.'
By the Inventor of the “ Plano Globe ;'
DARTON & CLARK, HOL BORN.