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John Heywood's Educational Works.

Copy-vooks and Writing. John Heywood's Historical Copy-Books. A Series of Copy-Books,

containing Exercises on the History of England. Post 4to. Price

6d. each.. 1. Julius Cæsar to the Battle of 4. James I. and Charles I. Hastings

5. Commonwealth and Charles II 2. Norman Conquest to Richd. III. 6. James II. 8. Edward VI. to the Compilation 7. William and Mary, and Anne

of the Book of Common Prayer John Heywood's Model Examination Cards. By W. T. GREENUP,

A.C.P., F.R.G.8. Comprising 12 Quarto Cards containing various Exercises and Questions designed to accustom pupils to their work at the annual inspection. Arranged in Standards. In three

Packets, Is. John Heywood's Fly-Leaf Model Writing-Books. By E. J. HARDING.

Preventing Children Copying their own Writing, and containing a Com. parison Sheet, by means of which the Progress of the pupil may

be easily estimated. F'cap 4to. 2d. each 1. Initiatory Exercises, | 4. Words and Figures 9. Figures. Multipli

Easiest Letters, 5. Capitals and Words cation and Divi.

and Combinations 6. Sentences & Figures, sion Tables. 2. More Difficult Let- Round and Double 10. Forms of Letters, ters and Short Small.

&c. Words.

7. Sentences and 11. Angular
3. Most Difficult Let- Figures, Small 12. Commercial

ters and Short 8. Text, Round, Small
Words.

and Figures Mr. John Heywood, of Manchester, has really produced a novelty in Copy Books. The difficulty that has always been experienced by the teacher is to prevent the pupil from copying his own writing. By the old method, he would probably imitate the writing model in the first and second line, but soon he would become too indolent to lift his eyes to the top of the page, and content himself with reproducing the letters or words immediately preceding those upon which he is ngaged in writing. The old 'slips' of our young days partly accomplished this, as they could be removed down the page so as to cover the line just execu ed by the writer himself. But Mr. Heywood's scheme is much more desirable-it meets the difficulty with great success. It is an ingenious process. By means of the fly-leaves, one of which covers the left-hand age, and the other the right, the pupil has always his model in a line parallel with that in which he himself has to write, and so finds it much easier imitate the copper-plate model than simply to follow his own writi Bookseller, May, 1869.

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John Heywood's Educational Works.

Copy-books and Fritiug. John Heywood's Historical Copy-Books. A Series of Copy-Books,

containing Exercises on the History of England. Post 4to. Price

Bd. each.. 1. Julius Cæsar to the Battle of 4. James I. and Charles I. Hastings

5. Commonwealth and Charles II 2. Norman Conquest to Richd. III. 6. James II. 8. Edward VI. to the Compilation 7. William and Mary, and Anne

of the Book of Common Prayer John Heywood's Model Examination Cards. By W. T. GREENUP,

A.C.P., F.R.G.8. Comprising 12 Quarto Cards containing various Exercises and Questions designed to accustom pupils to their work at the annual inspection. Arranged in Standards. In three

Packets, ls. John Heywood's Fly-Leaf Model Writing-Books. By E. J. HARDING.

Preventing Children Copying their own Writing, and containing a Com. parison Sheet, by means of which the Progress of the pupil may

be easily estimated. F'cap 4to. 2d. each 1. Initiatory Exer iscs, 4. Words and Figures 9, Figures. Multipli

Easiest Letters, 5. Capitals and Words cation and Divi.

and Combinations 6. Sent aces & Figures, sion Tables. 2. More Difficult Let- Round and Double 10. Forms of Letters, ters and Short Small.

&c. Words.

7. Sentences and 11. Angular 3. Most Difficult Let

Figures, Small 12. Commercial
ters and Short 8. Text, Round, Small
Words.

and Figures “Mr. John Heywood, of Manchester, has really produced a novelty in Copy Books. The difficulty that has always been experienced by the teacher is to prevent the pupil from copying his own writing. By the old method, he would probably imitate the writing model in the first and second line, but s on he would become too indolent to lift his eyes to the top of the page, and content himself with reproducing the letters or words immediately preceding those upon which he is --ngaged in writing. The old 'slips' of our young days partly accomplished this, as they could boʻremoved down the page so as to cover the line just execu ed by the writer himself. But Mr. Heywood's scheme is much more desirable-it meets the difficulty with great success. It is an ingenious process. By means of the fly-leaves, one of which covers the left-hand | age, and the other the right, the pupil has always his model in a line parallel with that in which he himself has to write, and so finds it much easier to imitate the copper-plate model than simply to follow his own writing." Bookseller, May, 1869.

We have no doubt niany of our readers are familiar with these copy. books. Their aim is to enable schoolmasters to enforce Mulhauser's dictum. We think the idea a good one."-Papers for the Schoolmaster. John Heywood's Copy Slips. 3d. each. 1. Large Hand 4. Small Hand

7. Commercial Hand 2. Text Hand

5. Angular Small Hand 8. Ornamental Alpha3. Round Hand 6. Ladies'Angular Hand

bet John Heywood's Young Gentlemen's Letter Copy-Book. Post 4to,

24 pp. 6d. Answer to an Adver- To & Friend

Daughter to Mother tisement Invitation

Addresses Bon to Parents

Brother to Sister Ackuowledging a Father to son Sister to Brother

Present Order for Goods

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