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ELEMENTARY READING BOOKS.
FIRST 'STANDARD' READER;
TALES AND RHYMES.
J. S. LAURIE,
EDITOR OF "THE GRADUATED SERIES OF READING-LESSON BOOKS," ETO.
LONGMAN, GREEN, LONGMAN AND ROBERTS.
Narrative in monosyllables.
WRITING. ...... Form on black-board or slate," from dictation, letters, capital and small, manuscript.
ARITHMETIC... Form on black-board or slate, from dictation, figures up to 20; name at sight figures up to
add and subtract figures up to 10, orally,
from examples on black-board.
ANN AND HER DOG FAN.
One day, Ann went to see her aunt; but she left her dog, Fan, at home.
As soon as Fan found his little mistress was gone, he set off to find her.
Then he came to the house where Ann was. And Ann said, "Fan, you rogue, I did not mean you should know where I was to-day."
But Fan wagg'd his tail and bark'd, as much as to say, "No, no, Miss Ann; but you must be more clever next time."