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books confined to Grammars.--The talented Caroline Lee Heintz, whose labors in the field of literature have rendered her name a household word in every village, North as well as South, published a Reader second to none ever issued from the press; yet, even in her own State, Sander's, McGuffey's, Sargent's, Town's, and Parker & Watson's, have superseded it. The Arithmetics and Algebra of Col. Smith, of the Virginia Military institute, are allowed to remain on the booksellers' shelves, while Greenleaf, Davies, Colburn, Emerson, Day, Green, Heath, or Ray, is found in almost every school in the South and Southwest. Any carelessly compiled History, well pushed by the active agent of a Northern house, forces Taylor's edition of Pinnock from the Southern University and College, while Johnson's Chemistry and Philosophy give way to Parker and Comstock. We could lengthen this list, but the few examples we have given (and we speak by the card) are sufficient to show that the labors of Southern