PublishcJ Itj Iluntington $ Satagc, New York. 1845. Tlus sa ncw work, and possesses rnre merit. Tlio mcihod of teaching the fccicuee pu'reuod m tbc work is tho truc one, and onc whicli cannot iail deeply to interest ehiidren in their 6tutlics. Tlio cuis aro well cxccutcd, and represent tlic object iniendcd in a clenr and dÃ6linct manner. The qucsÃ¼ons are do construcied ns to cause Ãhcchild to reflecton, and remember the various eubjects of his etudy. Tho pronouncing Dictionary at tho end, and UiSyetachcd map, are valuablc appendages. Jk style in which the work 'w ot up is not cxcfflld by that of any similar work yet publishcd in the colyitry. GEO. P. WILLIAMS, Prof. of Mathcmatice Ac. ANDREW TEN BROOK, Prof. of Mctaphytics. D. D. WHEEDON, ProC of Rhctoric and History. The nbovo work may be had in any quanlitiee, of D. C. Whttwood, of Dextor.