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[c1857] Chesterfield's art of letter-writing simplified: being a guide to friendly, affectionate, polite and business correspondence : containing a large collection of the most valuable information relative to the art of letter-writing, with clear and complete instructions how to begin and end correspondence, rules for punctuation and spelling, &c. : to which is appended the complete rules of etiquette and the usages of society : containing the most approved rules for correct deportment in fashionable life, together with hints to gentlemen and ladies on irregular and vulgar habits, also, the etiquette of love and courtship, marriage etiquette, &c
Goodrich, Samuel G. (Samuel Griswold), 1793-1860 / [1832, c1831] The child's book of American geography: designed as an easy and entertaining work for the use of beginners : with sixty engravings, and eighteen maps
Frost, John, 1800-1859 / [1850, c1836] The Class book of nature: comprising lessons on the universe, the three kingdoms of nature, and the form and structure of the human body : with questions and numerous engravings
[1816] Classical English letter-writer, or, Epistolary selections: designed to improve young persons in the art of letter-writing and in the principles of virtue and piety : with introductory rules and observations on epistolary composition, and biographical notices of the writers from whom the letters are selected
Cobb, Lyman, 1800-1864 / [c1830] Cobb's juvenile reader no. 1: containing interesting, moral, and instructive reading lessons, composed of easy words of one and two syllables : designed for the use of small children in families and school
Cobb, Lyman, 1800-1864 / [1831] Cobb's juvenile reader no. 2: containing interesting, moral, and instructive reading lessons, composed of words of one, two, and three syllables : designed for the use of small children, and, in connexion with No. I, to accompany the spelling book in families and schools
Cobb, Lyman, 1800-1864 / [1831] Cobb's juvenile reader no. 3: containing interesting, historical, moral, and instructive reading lessons, composed of words of a greater number of syllables than the lessons in Nos. I and II, and a greater variety of composition, both in prose and poetry, selected from the writings of the best American and English authors : to which are prefixed observations on the principles of good reading : designed for the use of larger children in families and schools
Cobb, Lyman, 1800-1864 / [c1825] Cobb's spelling book: being a just standard for pronouncing the English language, containing the rudiments of the English, language arranged in catechetical order, an organization of the alphabet, an easy scheme of spelling and pronunciation, intermixed with easy reading lessons : to which are added, some useful tables, with the names of cities, counties, towns, rivers, lakes, &c. in the United States, and a list of the proper names contained in the New Testament, and pronounced according to the best authorities : designed to teach the orthography and orthoepy of J. Walker
Bingham, Caleb, 1757-1817 / [1832, c1810] The Columbian orator: containing a variety of original and selected pieces, together with rules, calculated to improve youth and others in the ornamental and useful art of eloquence
Davies, Charles, 1798-1876 / [1833] The common school arithmetic: prepared for the use of academies and common schools in the United States
Cornell, S. S. (Sophia S.) / [1855, c1854] Cornell's primary geography: forming part first of a systematic series of school geographies
Cyr, Ellen M., d. 1920 / [1899] Cyr's fifth reader
Cyr, Ellen M., d. 1920 / [c1899] Cyr's fourth reader