The Understanding Reader: Or, Knowledge Before Oratory

The Understanding Reader: Or, Knowledge Before Oratory

Being A New Selection of Lessons, Suited to the Understandings and Capacities of Youth, and Designed for Their Improvement, I. In Reading. II. In the Definition of Words. III. In Spelling, Particularly Compound and Derivative Words. : In A Method Wholly Different From Anything of the Kind Ever Before Published

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Publisher: [Cambridgeport, Mass.] : Published by Thos. & Wm. Parker, proprietors of the copy-right, and sold by them at their bookstore, in Cambridge Port; sold also by the principal booksellers in Boston; by I. Thomas, Jr. in Worcester; by Thomas & Whipple, in Newburyport; by Thomas & Tappin [i.e., Thomas & Tappan] in Portsmouth; by Wm. Fessenden, in Brattleborough; by J. Prentis [i.e., Prentiss], in Keene;--sold also in various other places., 1807
Edition: Fourth edition. Two lines from Franklin Published according to act of Congress
Characteristics: viii, [1], 10-232 p. : ill. ; 17 cm


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