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NATIONAL SERÍES.–No. IV.
READING AND DECLAMATION,
COPIOUS NOTES, GIVING THE PRONUNCIATION AND DEFINITIONS OF WORDS,
AND HISTORICAL ALLUSIONS.
BY RICHARD G. PARKER, A. M.
JA MADISON WATSON.
NEW YORK ..... *
CHICAGO: GEORGE SHERWOOD, 118 LAKE ST.ro
The Most Uniform and Progressive Series.
Parker and Watson's National School Primer...18mo, 64 pages.
National Elementary Speller ..18mo, half bd., 160"
National Pronouncing Speller. 12mo, " 188 " " National First Reader......... 18mo, " 118 "
National Second Reader...... " " 224 "
National Third Reader........12mo, ". 288 " " National Fourth Reader...... " muslin, 408"
National Fifth Reader........ 16 16 600 66
No other READERS yet offered to the public have met with such general favor, or been attended with such general and uniform increase in circulation.
Since the completion of the ENTIRE SERIES, they have been recommended in nearly all the Normal Schools - State and Countythroughout the Middle and Western States, and at this date they have attained a circulation second to but two other series in the United States—these two having been twenty years longer before the public. DEW. YORK, January, 1863. ... ... BARNES & BURR.
.. . Entered, according to Act of Congress, in the year 1857, by
:: ::: 4.8: BARNES & 00., Lo the Clerkis office or the District Court of the United States for the Southern
... District of Now York.