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The Book of the Aquarium
by Shirley Hibberd

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FOR HOMES OF TASTE,

AND RECREATIONS FOR TOWN FOLK IN THE STUDY AND
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Works by the Rev. F. 0. MORRIS, B.A.



I.

A HISTORY OF BRITISH BIRDS.

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II.

THE NESTS AND EGGS OF BRITISH BIRDS.

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III.

NATURAL HISTORY OF

BRITISH BUTTERFLIES.

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III.

BIBLE NATURAL HISTORY.

A Description of the Quadrupeds, Birds, Trees, Plants, Insects,
etc., mentioned in the Holy Scriptures.

Illustrated with 160 Coloured Engravings.

Imperial 16mo, cloth gilt, price 10s. 6d.


III.

A BOOK OF NATURAL HISTORY.

Illustrated with One Hundred and Sixty Coloured Plates
Animals and Birds.

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THE FARM AND GARDEN ESSAYS.

comprising

Arable Laud.
Annuals.
Fruit Trees.
Garden Frame.

Poultry.
Horse.
Cattle.
Greenhouse.

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THE GARDENERS’ RECEIPT BOOK

Containing Methods for Destroying all kinds of Vermin and Insects injurious to the Garden, with Preventives and Cures for the different Diseases of Plants, and Directions for the Preservation of Trees, Fruits, and Flowers.

By WILLIAM JONES.

12mo, cloth, price 2s. 6d.


FLAX:

CULTIVATION AND MANAGEMENT.

By J. H. DICKSON.

12mo, cloth, price 4s.


ORCHIDACEOUS PLANTS;

A Practical Treatise on the Cultivation of this interesting tribe.

By JOHN HENSHALL.

8vo, cloth, price 14s.


THE PINE APPLE;

Its Cultivation, and a detail of the Author’s method of Growing
the Vine and Cucumber in the same House.

By JOSEPH HAMILTON.

Second Edition, 12mo, price 5s.

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THE BROKEN SWORD;

Or, a SOLDIER’S HONOUR.

A TALE OF THE ALLIED ARMIES OF 1757.

By ADELAIDE O'KEEFFE.

Author of “ Patriarchal Times,” etc., etc

 We have here an historical romance, the incidents of which are supported by documents, the authenticity of which the Author in her preface satisfactorily establishes. The incidents are well worked up, and the moral is salutary.”—Englishwoman’s Magazine.

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THE

TRAGEDY OF GALILEO GALILEI.

By SAMUEL BROWN.

“ It is seldom that we meet with a first essay in dramatic composition, possessing such genuine claims on attention as the work before us.”—Athenæum.

Post 8vo, price 4s.


LYDIA;

A WOMAN’S BOOK.

By MRS. NEWTON CROSLAND,

(CAMILLA TOULMIN,)

Author of “ Memorable Women,” etc., etc.

“ A woman's book it is in its delicacy of sentiment, gracefulness of style, and quick appreciation of character.”—Literary Gazette.

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DRAWING FROM OBJECTS.

Lessons on Linear Drawing given at the Home and Colonial
Schools.

By HANNAH BOLTON.

with 240 illustrations.

8vo, cloth, price 7s.

A FIRST DRAWING BOOK.

A Walk through a House shown by Scenes in the Journey.

By HANNAH BOLTON.

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THE POETRY OF GEOGRAPHY.

A Journey Round the Globe, in which a Comprehensive View
of the Earth is taken, and Facts made familiar
to the minds of all.

By PETER LIVINGSTON.

With Map. 12mo, price 2s. 6d.


A HISTORY OF ROME,

FROM ITS EARLIEST PERIOD TO THE DEATH OF VESPASIAN.

Sanctioned by the Commissioners of National Education in
Ireland.

By W. C. MACDERMOTT, Esq., Barrister at Law.

12mo, price 2s, 6d.


RANDOM READINGS,

FOR THE RAIL, THE RIVER, AND THE ROAD,
THE FIELD, AND THE FIRESIDE.

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A RHYMING DICTIONARY

ROR YOUNG POETS.

WITH AN ESSAY ON ENGLISH VERSIFICATION.

12mo, price 1s. 6d.


LE PETIT RIMEUR.

Being French and English Words and Sentences in Rhyme.

“ Nursery rhymes are never forgotten. An attempt is here made to convert them into the vehicle of a few French words and phrases, which may be taught in play long before the learner has begun to read.”—

16mo, cloth, with pictures, price 1s. 6d.


ATHENS AND ATTICA.

From, the German of Müller.

By JOHN INGRAM LOCKHART, F.R.S.A.

8vo, with Map, price 6s.

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THE BEE-KEEPEES’ MANUAL.

Practical Hints on the Management and Complete Preservation
of the Honey Bee.

By HENRY TAYLOR.

FOURTH EDITION. 12mo, CLOTH, WITH 100 ENGRAVINGS.

Price 4s.

“ All that is required for practical purposes will be found in this volume.”—Bell’s Messenger.


FLORIGRAPHIA BRITANNICA;

or,

ENGRAVINGS AND DESCRIPTIONS OF THE FLOWERING PLANTS
AND FERNS OF BRITAIN.

By RICHARD DEAKIN, M.D.

Four Vols., 8vo, cloth, price £5 4s. plain; or with the Plates
Coloured, £9 8s. 6d.


A TREATISE ON SHEEP.

The Best Means for their Improvement, Management, and
Treatment of Diseases.

By AMBROSE BLACKLOCK.

TENTH EDITION, ILLUSTRATED.

18mo, cloth, price 3s.


NEW GARDENERS’ DICTIONARY.

By R. W. PLANT,

Editor of the Florists’ Journal and Gardeners’ Record.

Arranged under Three Distinct Alphabets, affording concise
Information upon Flowers, Fruits, Vegetables,
Trees, and Shrubs.

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THE BEAUTIES OF THE ROSE.

Illustrated with faithfully drawn and coloured Portraits of the Choicest Roses, with descriptive Letter-press, forming a complete Guide for the Cultivation of this universal Garden Favourite.

By HENRY CURTIS.

Two vols., 4to, price 36s.


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THE DAHLIA;

Its History and Cultivation, with Descriptions of the Best
Show Flowers.

By ROBERT HOGG.

WITH NINE COLOURED PLATES.

Price 2s. 6d.


A TREATISE ON THE APPLE

By ROBERT HOGG.

8vo, Illustrated, price 10s. 6d.


WATER LILIES.

The Royal Water Lily of South America, and the Water Lilies
of our own Land; their History and Cultivation.

By GEORGE LAWSON, F.B.S.

WITH COLOURED PLATES.

12mo, price 2s. 6d.


PRINCIPLES OF CURRENCY & BANKING.

By RICHARD HORNER MILLS, A.M.

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THE GILBART PRIZE ESSAY

ON THE ADAPTATION OF RECENT DISCOVERIES AND INVENTIONS
IN SCIENCE AND ART,

TO THE PURPOSES OF PRACTICAL BANKING.

By GRANVILLE SHARP.

This Essay, which obtained the Prize of £100 offered by J. W. Gilbart, Esq., E.E.S., for the best Essay on the adaptation of recent Inventions, collected at the Great Exhibition of 1851, to the purposes of Practical Banking, is now published, with Illustrations, Samples, and Specimens, the Names and Addresses of Inventors, Patentees, Exhibitors, etc., etc.

8vo, half-bound morocco, price 18s.

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THE LAW OF BILLS OF EXCHANGE AND
PROMISSORY NOTES.

By STEWART TOURNAY, Solicitor.

“ A very useful book, concise, distinct, and well arransged.”—Economist.
“ A convenient hand-book for the counting house.”—Times.
“ Clearly written—lucidly explained.”—Bankers’ Magazine.
“ No house of business should be without it.”—London Mercantile Journal.

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THE LAW OF BANKERS’ CHEQUES,

LETTERS OF CREDIT AND DRAFTS.

By GEORGE JOHN SHAW, Solicitor.

12mo, boards, price 6s

THE DECMIAL SYSTEM,

As applied to the Coinage and Weights and Measures of Great
Britain.

By HENRY TAYLOR.

Fourth Edition, 12mo, price 1s. 6d.


CITY MEN AND CITY MANNERS.

The Physiology of London Business, with Sketches on ’Change,
and at the Coffee Houses.

12mo, cloth, price 3s. 6d.


THE MANAGEMENT OF A COUNTRY BANK.

Overdrawn Accounts — Discounts — Securities — Circulation — Deposits — Revenue of a Branch — Expenditure — Routine Duties, etc etc.

By THOMAS BULLION

Fcap. 8vo, cloth, price 5s.


HINTS ON ARITHMETIC.

ADDRESSED TO A YOUNG GOVERNESS.

By LADY VERNEY.

18mo, cloth, price 6d.

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HYMNS FOR SCHOOLS.

selected

By the Rev. RICHARD HARVEY, M.A.,

Rector of St. Mary's, Hornsey, and Chaplain in Ordinary to the Queen.

Third Edition, 18mo, price 6d.

THE DUTY OF KEEPING THE LORD’S DAY.

A SERMON

By the Rev. RICHARD HARVEY, M.A.

12mo, price 1s.


PROVERBS AND PRECEPTS

FROM THE BIBLE.

Square 16mo, antique, price 2s.


HYMNS FOE THE POOR OF THE FLOCK.

32mo, price 1s., or roan embossed, 1s. 6d.


PLAIN SERMONS.

PREACHED IN A YILLAGE CHURCH
By A COUNTRY CLERGYMAN.

Three Vols, 12mo, price 12s.

PLAIN LECTURES

on

THE GOSPEL ACCORDING TO ST. MATTHEW.

By the Hon. & Rev. C. G. PERCEVAL.

Author of “ Plain Sermons by a Country Clergyman.”

Four Vols., 12mo, price £1 2s.

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WORK:

THE LAW OF GOD, THE LOT OF MAN.

A SERMON

Preached at Highgate on the Opening of the National
and Industrial Schools.

By the Rev. H. W. BELLAIRS,

H.M. Inspector of Schools.

8vo, price 1s.


THE PROTESTANT CATECHISM.

By the Rev. DANIEL BAGOT, Dean of Dromore.

12mo, price 6d.


AN EXPOSITION OF

THE FIEST SEVENTEEN CHAPTERS OF
THE GOSPEL

ACCORDING TO ST. MATTHEW.

By the Rev. DANIEL BAGOT, B.D., Dean of Dromore.

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THE UNITY AND COMPLETENESS

of the

CHURCH CATECHISM.

By the Rev. NASH STEPHENSON, M.A.,

Incumbent of Shirley.

printed on three broad sheets.

Price 1s. 6d. the set.


THE

ADULT LEARNER’S FIRST BOOK.

An easy Introduction to the Reading of the Holy Scriptures.

BY A CLERGYMAN OF THE CHURCH OF ENGLAND.

12mo, price 8d.

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NEW HISTORY OF ENGLAND

FOR ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS.



18mo, cloth, One Shilling,

A HALF-YEARLY COURSE OF READING

LESSONS IN

ENGLISH HISTORY;

FORMING A CONCISE HISTORY OF ENGLAND,

For Elementary Schools of every Grade.

BY RICHARD BITHELL, C.T.,

Author of “ Spelling Taught by Transcribing and Dictation;” President
of the North Bucks and West Beds Teachers’ Asssociation.

The chief peculiarities of this Work are, its division into lessons of equal length, instead of the common mode of division into chapters, each Lesson treating of a distinct subject, and containing as much matter as can be read and remembered without undue labour on the part of teacher or pupil; and in the exclusion of those details of war and bloodshed, which too frequently occupy the attention of children on their first introduction to History. An attempt has also been made to treat every historical event in such a manner as to cherish sentiments of charity and forbearance towards all good men, by refraining from the unchristian practice of exciting odium against whole bodies and sects of men, on account of the vices and enormities of particular individuals.

Appended to the work are copious Genealogical, Chronological, and other tables, from which the teacher may collect facts and dates, wherewith to fill up the historical outline given in the body of the work, if, for the class of children under his tuition, they are found somewhat too meagre. With the exception of a few schools, however, who make History a very special subject, the author conceives that, in the present state of popular education, this little work will be found to contain about as much as can be really learnt in elementary schools, unless it be to the exclusion of other subjects equally, if not more, important.

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A WORD TO PARENTS, NURSES, AND
TEACHERS.

on the rearing and management of children.

By ESTHER COPLEY.

18mo, price 1s.


A HALF-YEARLY COURSE OF

LESSONS & EXERCISES IN SINGING

(Two per Week),

For Primary Schools of every Grade.

By R. BITHELL, C.T.

12mo, price 1s.


PRACTICAL GEOMETRY

FOR SCHOOLS AND WORKMEN.

By HORACE GRANT,

Author of “ Arithmetic for Young Children,” “ Exercises for the
Senses,” etc.

12mo, cloth, with Illustrations, price 1s. 6d.


GILBERT’S GEOGRAPHY

FOR FAMILIES AND SCHOOLS.

In addition to the usual Maps will be found Representations of the Mountains and Waterfalls — principal Rivers — Lakes — Solar System — the World as known at the Deluge and in the time of our Saviour — Projections of Maps, etc., etc. Also an Alphabetical Index of the Latitudes and Longitudes of 2,100 places.

12mo, coloured maps, price 3s. 6d.


A CATECHISM

ON THE MAP OF THE HOLY LAND,

In connection with the principal Events in the Old Testament,
and in the Life of our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ.

Second Edition, 18mo, price 4d.

other works by the same author,

The Festivals and Fasts. 18mo, 6d.
Lessons on St. Paul’s Travels. 18mo, 4d.
The Life of Abraham. 18mo, 4d.
Holy Baptism. 18mo, 3d.
Plain Instructions for Children in Day Schools. 2d.

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THE TEACHER’S MANUAL.

FOR INFANT SCHOOLS AND PREPARATORY CLASSES.

By THOMAS URRY YOUNG.

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SPELLING TAUGHT
BY TRANSCRIBING AND DICTATION.

In a series of Exercises especially adapted for home work, in connection with the instruction given in National, British, and other Elementary Schools.

By RICHARD BITHELL.

18mo, price 4d.


GROOMBRIDGE’S SHILLING ATLAS.

TO ILLUSTRATE ALL GEOGRAPHIES.

With Eight Maps, etc.

Foolscap, price 1s.


THE CHILD’S MODERN ATLAS,

With Descriptive Letter-press.

Foolscap 4to, price 5s.


OUTLINE MAPS.

FOR JUNIOR CLASSES IN SCHOOLS.

Foolscap 4to, price 1s. 6d.


WHY MUST WE EDUCATE THE WHOLE
PEOPLE?

AND WHAT PREVENTS OUR DOING IT?

By the Rev. BARHAM ZINCKE.

8vo, price 1s.


SCHOOL TABLETS.

By W. B. TEGETMEIER.

Adapted for use in the largest Classes, or for reference when
suspended on the walls of the School Room.

1. Specific Gravities. 2. Temperatures.

3. Diagram of Thermometer.

Printed on large sheets, price 1s. the set.

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NEW WORK BY SHIRLEY HIBBERD.

Illustrated with numerous Engravings, elegantly bound,
price 3s. 6d.,

THE BOOK OF THE AQUARIUM

AND WATER CABINET;

Or Practical Instructions on the Formation, Stocking, and Management in
all Seasons, of Collections of Fresh-water and Marine Life.

BY SHIRLEY HIBBERD,

Author of “ Rustic Adornments for Homes of Taste,” etc., etc.

CONTENTS,

THE FRESH-WATER TANK.

Chapter I.—What is an Aquarium? The Name and Object—Philosophy of the Aquarium.
Chapter II.—Proper Kinds of Vessels Rectangular Tanks—Construction of Tanks—Wariagton’s Stope-back Tank—Bell Glasses and Vases—Stands for Vases.
Chapter III.—Fitting-up—Rockwork. The Bottom—Mould—Planting—The Water—Aspect.
Chapter IV.—Plants for the Aquarium. How to stock a Tank quickly—Selection of Plants—Water Soldier—Startwort—Vallisneria—Anacharis—Myriophyllum—Potamogeton—Nuphar Lutea—Pipewort—Utricularia—Isopelis—Subularia—Ranunculus—Hydrocaris—Alisma—Lemna, etc.
Chapter V.—Fishes for the Aquarium. Cyprinus Carpio, Gibelio, Carassius, Auratus, Brama, Leucisus, Rutilus, Alburnus, Phoxinus, Gobio, Tinea, Barbus, Barbatula, Cephalus—Percidæ;—Gasterosteus.
Chapter VI.—Reptiles, Mollusks, and Insects.
Chapter VII.—Selection of Stock.
Chapter VIII.—General Management. Feeding—Confervæ—Use of Mollusks—Objections to Mollusks—Use of Confervoid Growths—Periodical Cleansing—Exhaustion of Oxygen—Temperature—Dead Specimens—Disease of Fishes.

THE MARINE TANK.

Chapter I.—The Vessel. Points in which the Marine differs from the River Tank—Stained Glass.
Chapter II.—Fitting-up Rockwork. The Bottom—Rocks, Arches, and Caves—The Water—Artificial Sea Water—Marine Salts—Management of Artificial Water—Caution to the Uninitiated—Filtering.
Chapter III.—Collecting Specimens.
Chapter IV.—The Plants.
Chapter V.—The Animals. Fishes—Mollusks—Annelides—Zoophytes—Actinia Mesembryanthemum—Anguicoma, Bellis, Gemmacea, Crassicornis, Parasitica, Dianthus, etc.
Chapter VI.—What is Anemone?
Chapter VII.—General Management. Grouping of Objects—Sulphuretted Hydrogen—Preservation of the Water—Aeration—Filter—Decay of Plants—Death of Anemones—Removal of Objects—Density of the Water—Green Stain—Feeding—The Syphon—Purchase of Specimens.

THE WATER CABINET.

Chapter I.—Construction of Cabinets. Distinctions between the Cabinet and the Aquarium—Construction of a Cabinet—Glasses.
Chapter II.—Collecting and Arranging Specimens. Implements for Collecting Nets, Jars, and Phials—Pond Fishing.
Chapter III.—The Stock.
Chapter IV.—Larva. The Dragon Fly— The Gnat—The Case Fly.

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SECOND BOOK OF LESSONS. 18mo, cloth.
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SEQUEL TO SECOND BOOK. No. 2, 18mo, cloth.
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FOURTH BOOK OF LESSONS. 12mo, cloth.
SUPPLEMENT TO THE FOURTH BOOK. 12mo, cloth.
FIFTH BOOK OF LESSONS. 12mo, cloth.
READING BOOK FOR FEMALE SCHOOLS. 12mo, cloth.
BIOGRAPHICAL SKETCHES OF BRITISH POETS. 12mo, cloth.
SELECTIONS FROM THE BRITISH POETS, Vol. 1. 12mo, cloth.
DITTO DITTO Vol. 2. 12mo, cloth.
INTRODUCTION TO THE ART OF READING. 12mo, cloth.
EPITOME OF GEOGRAPHY. 12mo, cloth.
COMPENDIUM OF GEOGRAPHY. 18mo, cloth.
ENGLISH GRAMMAR. 18mo, cloth.
KEY TO DITTO. 18mo, wrapper.
FIRST BOOK OF ARITHMETIC. 18mo, cloth.
KEY TO DITTO. 18mo, cloth.
ARITHMETIC IN THEORY AND PRACTICE, 12mo, cloth.
KEY TO DITTO. 12mo, cloth.
ELEMENTS OF BOOKKEEPING. 12mo, cloth.
KEY TO DITTO. 12mo, cloth.
ELEMENTS OF GEOMETRY. 12mo, cloth.
MENSURATION, GAUGING, LAND SURVEYING, etc. 12mo, cloth.
APPENDIX TO DITTO. 12mo, cloth.
SCRIPTURE LESSONS, OLD TESTAMENT. No. 1, 12mo, cloth.
DITTO DITTO No. 2, 12mo, cloth.
SCRIPTURE LESSONS, NEW TESTAMENT. No. 1, 12mo, cloth.
DITTO DITTO No. 2, 12mo, cloth,
SACRED POETRY. 18mo, wrapper.
LESSONS ON THE TRUTH OF CHRISTIANITY. 18mo, boards.
AGRICULTURAL CLASS BOOK. 12mo, cloth.
FARM ACCOUNT BOOK, 4to, half-bound.
TREATISE ON NEEDLEWORK. Small 4to, half-bound.
TABLET LESSONS, ARITHMETIC. Sixty Sheets.
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TABLET LESSONS, SPELLING & READING, 33 Sheets.
DITTO DITTO Mounted on 17 Pasteboards.
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Asia 5 8 „ 4 4
Africa 4 4 „ 5 8
America 4 4 ,, 5 8
England 4 4 „ 5 8
Scotland 5 4 „ 5 8

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Australia 5 8 „ 4 4
Pacific Ocean 5 8 „ 4 4
United States 5 8 „ 4 4
Ancient World 4 4 „ 5 8
Palestine 7 4 „ 8 0
British Isles 4 4 „ 5 8

Geological Map of the British Isles 4 4 „ 5 8

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