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Edwin A. Abbott

Abbott, Rev. Edwin A.
HOW TO PARSE. AN ATTEMPT TO APPLY THE PRINCIPLES OF SCHOLARSHIP TO ENGLISH GRAMMAR. WITH APPENDIXES ON ANALYSIS, SPELLING, AND PUNCTUATION.
Author's copyright edition.
Boston: Roberts Brothers, 1888.
334, 35 pp.
Notes: Appendix: On the Growth of the English Language.
Edition statement taken from title page verso.


Jacob Abbott

Abbot, Messrs.
THE MOUNT VERNON READER, A COURSE OF READING LESSONS SELECTED WITH REFERENCE TO THEIR MORAL INFLUENCE ON THE HEARTS AND LIVES OF THE YOUNG. DESIGNED FOR MIDDLE CLASSES.
New York: Collins and Brothers, 1848.
252 pp.
Notes:

Abbott, Jacob.
NARRATIVE OF THE GENERAL COURSE OF HISTORY FROM THE EARLIEST PERIODS TO THE ESTABLISHMENT OF THE AMERICAN CONSTITUTION. PREPARED WITH QUESTIONS FOR THE USE OF SCHOOLS, AND ILLUSTRATED WITH 150 MAPS AND ENGRAVINGS.
Harper's School History.
New York: Harper & Brothers, 1856.
450 pp.
Notes: 2 copies.
Author taken from OCLC record.


Bernard Adolph Abrams and William H. Weick

Abrams, Bernard A., and W. H. Weick.
FIBEL NACH DER REINEN SCHREIBLESE-METHODE VON BERNARD A. ABRAMS, UND ERSTES LESEBUCH VON W. H. WEICK.
Erstes und zweites Schuljahr.
Eclectic Series.
New York, Cincinnati, and Chicago: American Book Company, c1897.
112 pp.
Notes: At head of title: Eclectic German Primer.
2 parts in 1.
Pages 105-06 mutilated.


Cyrus Cornelius Adams

Adams, Cyrus C.
AN ELEMENTARY COMMERCIAL GEOGRAPHY.
New York: D. Appleton and Company, 1907.
353 pp.
Notes: Appendix: Statistical Tables.
Includes Index.
Advertisements following text.


Daniel Adams

Adams, Daniel.
ARITHMETIC, IN WHICH THE PRINCIPLES OF OPERATING BY NUMBERS ARE ANALYTICALLY EXPLAINED AND SYNTHETICALLY APPLIED. THUS COMBINING THE ADVANTAGES TO BE DERIVED BOTH FROM THE INDUCTIVE AND SYNTHETIC MODE OF INSTRUCTION: THE WHOLE MADE FAMILIAR BY A GREAT VARIETY OF USEFUL AND INTERESTING EXAMPLES, CALCULATED AT ONCE TO ENGAGE THE PUPIL IN THE STUDY, AND TO GIVE HIM A FULL KNOWLEDGE OF FIGURES IN THEIR APPLICATION TO ALL THE PRACTICAL PURPOSES OF LIFE. DESIGNED FOR THE USE OF SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES IN THE UNITED STATES.
Adam's New Arithmetic.
Keene, N. H.: Published by J. & J. W. Prentiss, 1827.
261 pp.
Notes: "Mode" appears as such in title.

Adams, Daniel.
THE MONITORIAL READER, DESIGNED FOR THE USE OF ACADEMIES AND SCHOOLS; AND AS A MONITOR TO YOUTH, HOLDING UP TO THEIR VIEW MODELS WHEREBY TO FORM THEIR OWN CHARACTERS.
Concord, N. H.: Published by Luther Roby, 1846.
288 pp.
Notes: Appendix: Vocabulary.

Adams, Daniel.
THE SCHOLAR'S ARITHMETIC; OR, FEDERAL ACCOUNTANT: CONTAINING, I. COMMON ARITHMETIC, THE RULES AND ILLUSTRATIONS. II. EXAMPLES AND ANSWERS WITH BLANK SPACES, SUFFICIENT FOR THEIR OPERATION BY THE SCHOLAR. III. TO EACH RULE A SUPPLEMENT, COMPREHENDING, 1. QUESTIONS ON THE NATURE OF THE RULE, ITS USE AND THE MANNER OF ITS OPERATIONS. 2. EXERCISES. IV. FEDERAL MONEY, WITH RULES FOR ALL THE VARIOUS OPERATIONS IN IT, TO REDUCE FEDERAL TO OLD LAWFUL, AND OLD LAWFUL TO FEDERAL MONEY. V. INTEREST CAST IN FEDERAL MONEY, WITH COMPOUND MULTIPLICATION, COMPOUND DIVISION, AND PRACTICE, WROUGHT IN OLD LAWFUL AND IN FEDERAL MONEY; THE SAME QUESTIONS BEING PUT IN SEPARATE COLUMNS ON THE SAME PAGE IN EACH KIND OF MONEY, THESE TWO MODES OF ACCOUNT BECOME CONTRASTED, AND THE GREAT ADVANTAGE GAINED BY RECKONING IN FEDERAL MONEY EASILY DISCERNED. VI. DEMONSTRATIONS BY ENGRAVINGS OF THE REASON AND NATURE OF THE VARIOUS STEPS IN THE EXTRACTION OF THE SQUARE AND CUBE ROOTS, NOT TO BE FOUND IN ANY OTHER TREATISE ON ARITHMETIC. VII. FORMS OF NOTES, DEEDS, BONDS AND OTHER INSTRUMENTS OF WRITING. THE WHOLE IN A FORM AND METHOD ALTOGETHER NEW, FOR THE EASE OF THE MASTER AND THE GREATER PROGRESS OF THE SCHOLAR.
Stereotype edition, revised and corrected, with additions.
Keene, N. H.: Printed by John Prentiss, 1823.
224 pp.
Notes: Appendix: Vulgar Fractions.
"VALUABLE SCHOOL BOOK" following text.

Adams, Daniel.
THE SCHOLAR'S ARITHMETIC; OR, FEDERAL ACCOUNTANT: CONTAINING, I. COMMON ARITHMETIC, THE RULES AND ILLUSTRATIONS. II. EXAMPLES AND ANSWERS WITH BLANK SPACES, SUFFICIENT FOR THEIR OPERATION BY THE SCHOLAR. III. TO EACH RULE A SUPPLEMENT, COMPREHENDING, 1. QUESTIONS ON THE NATURE OF THE RULE, ITS USE AND THE MANNER OF ITS OPERATIONS. 2. EXERCISES. IV. FEDERAL MONEY, WITH RULES FOR ALL THE VARIOUS OPERATIONS IN IT, TO REDUCE FEDERAL TO OLD LAWFUL, AND OLD LAWFUL TO FEDERAL MONEY. V. INTEREST CAST IN FEDERAL MONEY, WITH COMPOUND MULTIPLICATION, COMPOUND DIVISION, AND PRACTICE, WROUGHT IN OLD LAWFUL AND IN FEDERAL MONEY; THE SAME QUESTIONS BEING PUT IN SEPARATE COLUMNS ON THE SAME PAGE IN EACH KIND OF MONEY, THESE TWO MODES OF ACCOUNT BECOME CONTRASTED, AND THE GREAT ADVANTAGE GAINED BY RECKONING IN FEDERAL MONEY EASILY DISCERNED. VI. DEMONSTRATIONS BY ENGRAVINGS OF THE REASON AND NATURE OF THE VARIOUS STEPS IN THE EXTRACTION OF THE SQUARE AND CUBE ROOTS, NOT TO BE FOUND IN ANY OTHER TREATISE ON ARITHMETIC. VII. FORMS OF NOTES, DEEDS, BONDS AND OTHER INSTRUMENTS OF WRITING. THE WHOLE IN A FORM AND METHOD ALTOGETHER NEW, FOR THE EASE OF THE MASTER AND THE GREATER PROGRESS OF THE SCHOLAR.
Keene, N. H.: John Prentiss, 1828.
224 pp.
Notes:Appendix: Vulgar Fractions.
Advertisements preceding text.

Adams, Daniel.
THE SCHOLAR'S ARITHMETIC; OR, FEDERAL ACCOUNTANT: CONTAINING, I. COMMON ARITHMETIC, THE RULES AND ILLUSTRATIONS. II. EXAMPLES AND ANSWERS WITH BLANK SPACES, SUFFICIENT FOR THEIR OPERATION BY THE SCHOLAR. III. TO EACH RULE A SUPPLEMENT, COMPREHENDING, 1. QUESTIONS ON THE NATURE OF THE RULE, ITS USE AND THE MANNER OF ITS OPERATIONS. 2. EXERCISES. IV. FEDERAL MONEY, WITH RULES FOR ALL THE VARIOUS OPERATIONS IN IT, TO REDUCE FEDERAL TO OLD LAWFUL, AND OLD LAWFUL TO FEDERAL MONEY. V. INTEREST CAST IN FEDERAL MONEY, WITH COMPOUND MULTIPLICATION, COMPOUND DIVISION, AND PRACTICE, WROUGHT IN OLD LAWFUL AND IN FEDERAL MONEY; THE SAME QUESTIONS BEING PUT IN SEPARATE COLUMNS ON THE SAME PAGE IN EACH KIND OF MONEY, THESE TWO MODES OF ACCOUNT BECOME CONTRASTED, AND THE GREAT ADVANTAGE GAINED BY RECKONING IN FEDERAL MONEY EASILY DISCERNED. VI. DEMONSTRATIONS BY ENGRAVINGS OF THE REASON AND NATURE OF THE VARIOUS STEPS IN THE EXTRACTION OF THE SQUARE AND CUBE ROOTS, NOT TO BE FOUND IN ANY OTHER TREATISE ON ARITHMETIC. VII. FORMS OF NOTES, DEEDS, BONDS AND OTHER INSTRUMENTS OF WRITING. THE WHOLE IN A FORM AND METHOD ALTOGETHER NEW, FOR THE EASE OF THE MASTER AND THE GREATER PROGRESS OF THE SCHOLAR.
Stereotype edition, revised and corrected, with additions.
Keene, N. H.: Printed by John Prentiss, 1830.
224 pp.
Notes: Appendix: Vulgar Fractions.


Frederic A. Adams

Adams, Frederic A.
ARITHMETIC, IN TWO PARTS. PART FIRST, ADVANCED LESSONS IN MENTAL ARITHMETIC. PART SECOND, RULES AND EXAMPLES FOR PRACTICE IN WRITTEN ARITHMETIC. FOR COMMON AND HIGH SCHOOLS.
Lowell: D. Bixby & Co.; Boston: B. B. Mussey & Co.; W. J. Reynolds & Co.; New York: D. Appleton & Co.; Philadelphia: Thomas, Cowperthwait & Co.; Baltimore: Cushing & Brother; Richmond: Nash & Woodhouse; Charleston: McCarter & Allen; Mobile: J. Dobler; New Orleans: J. B. Steele; St. Louis: S. B. Meech; Louisville: Morton & Griswold; Cincinnati: Derby, Bradley & Co.; Detroit: C. Morse; Chicago: A. H. & C. Burley; Providence: C. Burnet, Jr.; Portland: Hyde, Lord & Duren, 1848.
224 pp.
Notes: Includes appendix.
Advertisements following text.


George Burton Adams

Adams, George Burton.
MEDIAEVAL CIVILIZATION.
History Primers.
New York: D. Appleton and Company, 1883.
142 pp.
Notes: Advertisements following text.


William T. Adams

Adams, William T.
A SPELLING-BOOK FOR ADVANCED CLASSES.
Revised and enlarged.
Boston: William Ware and Company, 1880.
96 pp.
Notes:


Johann Franz Ahn

Ahn, Franz.
AHN'S FIRST GERMAN BOOK, BEING THE FIRST DIVISION OF AHN'S RUDIMENTS OF THE GERMAN LANGUAGE.
Edited by P. Henn.
Steiger's German Series.
New York: E. Steiger, 1879.
64 pp.
Notes: Advertisements following text.

Ahn, F.
AHN'S PRACTICAL AND EASY METHOD OF LEARNING THE FRENCH LANGUAGE.
Edited by P. Henn.
First Course.
Steiger's French Series.
New York: E. Steiger, 1874.
113 pp.
Notes: Advertisements following text.

Ahn, Dr. F.
PRAKTISCHER LEHRGANG ZUR SCHNELLEN UND LEICHTEN ERLERNUNG DER ENGLISCHEN SPRACHE.
Erster Cursus.
St. Louis, Mo.: Verlag von B. Herder, 1887.
113 pp.
Notes:


D. Pedro Antonio de Alarcón,

Alarcón, D. Pedro A. de.
EL SOMBRERO DE TRES PICOS HISTORIA VERDADERA DE UN SUCEDIDO QUE ANDA EN ROMANCES ESCRITA AHORA TAL Y COMO PASÓ.
Edited with introduction, notes, and vocabulary by Benjamin P. Bourland.
New York: Henry Holt and Company, c1930.
250 pp.
Notes:


Edward Albert

Albert, Edward.
A HISTORY OF ENGLISH LITERATURE; A PRACTICAL TEXTBOOK.
New York: Thomas Y. Crowell Company, 1924.
632 pp.
Notes:


Joseph Alden

Alden, Rev. Joseph.
ALDEN'S CITIZENS MANUAL. A TEXT-BOOK ON GOVERNMENT, FOR COMMON SCHOOLS.
New York: Sheldon and Company, 1867.
134 pp.
Notes: Advertisements following text.


Fred Davis Aldrich and Irving Lysander Foster

Aldrich, Fred Davis, and Irving Lysander Foster.
A FRENCH READER; ARRANGED FOR BEGINNERS IN PREPARATORY SCHOOLS AND COLLEGES.
Boston, New York, Chicago, London, Atlanta, Dallas, Columbus, and San Francisco: Ginn and Company, c1903.
304 pp.
Notes:


Georgia Alexander

Alexander, Georgia.
CHILD CLASSICS: THE FIRST READER.
With pictures by Sarah Stillwell Weber.
Indianapolis: The Bobbs-Merrill Company, c1909.
120 pp.
Notes:

Alexander, Georgia.
CHILD CLASSICS: THE FIRST READER.
With pictures by Sarah Stillwell Weber.
Indianapolis: The Bobbs-Merrill Company, 1921.
120 pp.
Notes:

Alexander, Georgia.
CHILD CLASSICS: THE THIRD READER.
With pictures by Alice Barber Stephens, Sarah K. Smith and Fanny Y. Cory.
Indianapolis: The Bobbs-Merrill Company, c1918.
258 pp.
Notes:

Alexander, Georgia.
A SPELLING BOOK.
New York: Longmans, Green, and Co., c1906.
152 pp.
Notes:


Georgia Alexander and Grace Alexander

Alexander, Georgia, and Grace Alexander.
CHILD CLASSICS: THE FOURTH READER.
With pictures by Walter Crane, Howard Chandler Christy, Friedrich August Kaulbach, John Cecil Clay, Reginald Birch, Hugh Thomson, Arthur Rackham, E.M. Ashe and Lucy Fitch Perkins.
Indianapolis: The Bobbs-Merrill Company, c1909.
288 pp.
Notes:

Alexander, Georgia, and Grace Alexander.
CHILD CLASSICS: THE SIXTH READER.
Indianapolis: The Bobbs-Merrill Company, c1917.
365 pp.
Notes:


Charles H. Allen, John Swett, and Josiah Royce

Allen, Chas. H., John Swett, and Josiah Royce.
FIRST READER.
Indiana State Series.
Indianapolis, Ind.: Indiana School Book Co., c1894.
96 pp.
Notes:

Allen, Chas. H., John Swett, and Josiah Royce.
FOURTH READER.
Indiana State Series.
Indianapolis, Ind.: Indiana School Book Co., c1889.
272 pp.
Notes:

Allen, Chas. H., John Swett, and Josiah Royce.
SECOND READER.
Indiana State Series.
Indianapolis, Ind.: Indiana School Book Co., c1889.
160 pp.
Notes:

Allen, Chas. H., John Swett, and Josiah Royce.
THIRD READER.
Indiana State Series.
Indianapolis, Ind.: Indiana School Book Co., c1894.
240 pp.
Notes:


Lewis Benajah Allyn

Allyn, Lewis B.
ELEMENTARY APPLIED CHEMISTRY.
Boston, New York, Chicago, and London: Ginn and Company, c1912.
129 pp.
Notes:


Serafín Álvarez Quintero and JoaquÍn Álvarez Quintero

Álvarez Quintero, Serafín, and Joaquín Álvarez Quintero.
DOÑA CLARINES Y MAÑANA DE SOL POR SERAFÍN Y JOAQUÍN ÁLVAREZ QUINTERO. EDITED WITH INTRODUCTION, NOTES AND VOCABULARY BY S. GRISWOLD MORLEY.
Heath's Modern Language Series.
Boston, New York, and Chicago: D.C. Heath & Co., c1915.
136 pp.
Notes:


William Lewis Ames and Carl Wischmeyer

Ames, William L., and Carl Wischmeyer.
DESCRIPTIVE GEOMETRY.
Fifth edition.
New York and London: McGraw-Hill Book Company, Inc., 1918.
182 pp.
Notes:


John Jacob Anderson

Anderson, John J.
A GRAMMAR SCHOOL HISTORY OF THE UNITED STATES: TO WHICH ARE ADDED THE CONSTITUTION OF THE UNITED STATES WITH QUESTIONS AND EXPLANATIONS, THE DECLARATION OF INDEPENDENCE, AND WASHINGTON'S FAREWELL ADDRESS.
Anderson's Historical Series.
New York: Clark & Maynard, Publishers, 1875.
212, 84 pp.
Notes: Includes appendix.

Anderson, John J.
AN INTRODUCTORY SCHOOL HISTORY OF THE UNITED STATES, ARRANGED ON THE CATECHETICAL PLAN; TO WHICH ARE ADDED, THE DECLARATION OF INDEPENDENCE, AND THE CONSTITUTION OF THE UNITED STATES WITH QUESTIONS AND EXPLANATIONS.
Anderson's Historical Series.
New York: Clark & Maynard, c1868.
158, 38 pp.
Notes: Includes appendix.

Anderson, John J.
NEW GRAMMAR SCHOOL HISTORY OF THE UNITED STATES, TO WHICH ARE ADDED THE DECLARATION OF INDEPENDENCE AND THE CONSTITUTION OF THE UNITED STATES, WITH NOTES, QUESTIONS, AND EXPLANATIONS.
Anderson's Historical Series.
New York: Clark & Maynard, 1888.
346, 40 pp.
Notes: Includes appendix.

Anderson, John J.
A POPULAR SCHOOL HISTORY OF THE UNITED STATES, IN WHICH ARE INSERTED AS PART OF THE NARRATIVE SELECTIONS FROM THE WRITINGS OF EMINENT AMERICAN HISTORIANS, AND OTHER AMERICAN WRITERS OF NOTE. TO WHICH ARE ADDED THE DECLARATION OF INDEPENDENCE, AND THE CONSTITUTION OF THE UNITED STATES, WITH COPIOUS NOTES.
Anderson's Historical Series.
New York: Clark & Maynard, 1880.
324, 29 pp.
Notes: Includes appendix.


Ethan Allen Andrews

Andrews, Prof. E. A.
THE FIRST PART OF JACOB'S AND DÖRING'S LATIN READER: ADAPTED TO ANDREWS AND STODDARD'S LATIN GRAMMAR.
Thirteenth edition.
New Series of Latin School Books.
Boston: Crocker and Brewster, 1848.
266 pp.
Notes:


Stephen Pearl Andrews and Augustus French Boyle

Andrews, S. P., and Augustus F. Boyle.
THE COMPLETE PHONOGRAPHIC CLASS-BOOK, CONTAINING A STRICTLY INDUCTIVE EXPOSITION OF PITMAN'S PHONOGRAPHY, ADAPTED AS A SYSTEM OF PHONETIC SHORT HAND, TO THE ENGLISH LANGUAGE, ESPECIALLY INTENDED AS A SCHOOL BOOK, AND TO AFFORD THE FULLEST INSTRUCTION TO THOSE WHO HAVE NOT THE ASSISTANCE OF THE LIVING TEACHER.
Boston: Phonographic Institution, 1845.
132 pp.
Notes:

Andrews, S. P., and Augustus F. Boyle.
THE COMPLETE PHONOGRAPHIC CLASS-BOOK, CONTAINING A STRICTLY INDUCTIVE EXPOSITION OF PITMAN'S PHONOGRAPHY, ADAPTED AS A SYSTEM OF PHONETIC SHORT HAND, TO THE ENGLISH LANGUAGE, ESPECIALLY INTENDED AS A SCHOOL BOOK, AND TO AFFORD THE FULLEST INSTRUCTION TO THOSE WHO HAVE NOT THE ASSISTANCE OF THE LIVING TEACHER.
Sixth edition.
Boston: Gould, Kendall & Lincoln, 1847.
131 pp.
Notes:

Andrews, S. P., and Augustus F. Boyle.
THE COMPLETE PHONOGRAPHIC CLASS-BOOK, CONTAINING A STRICTLY INDUCTIVE EXPOSITION OF PITMAN'S PHONOGRAPHY, ADAPTED AS A SYSTEM OF PHONETIC SHORT HAND, TO THE ENGLISH LANGUAGE, ESPECIALLY INTENDED AS A SCHOOL BOOK, AND TO AFFORD THE FULLEST INSTRUCTION TO THOSE WHO HAVE NOT THE ASSISTANCE OF THE LIVING TEACHER.
Sixteenth edition.
New York: Andrews & Boyle, 1849.
131 pp.
Notes: Advertisements following text.

Andrews, S. P., and Augustus F. Boyle.
THE PHONOGRAPHIC READER: A COMPLETE COURSE OF INDUCTIVE READING LESSONS IN PHONOGRAPHY.
Sixteenth edition.
New York: John F. Trow, 1852.
56 pp.
Notes: Cover shows date of publication as 1850; title page states date of publication as 1852.


Oliver Angell

Angell, Oliver.
THE SELECT READER, OR UNION NO. 6. DESIGNED FOR THE HIGHER CLASSES IN ACADEMIES AND SCHOOLS BEING THE SIXTH OF A SERIES OF COMMON-SCHOOL CLASSICS.
Revised stereotype edition.
Philadelphia: Marshall, Williams & Butler, 1840.
504 pp.
Notes:


Edward Cooke Armstrong

Armstrong, Edward C.
SYNTAX OF THE FRENCH VERB.
Third edition.
New York: Henry Holt and Company, c1931.
129 pp.
Notes:


Sarah Louise Arnold and Charles Benajah Gilbert

Arnold, Sarah Louise, and Charles B. Gilbert.
STEPPING STONES TO LITERATURE.
Third Reader.
New York, Boston, and Chicago: Silver, Burdett and Company, c1902.
224 pp.
Notes:


Thomas Kerchever Arnold

Arnold, Thomas Kerchever.
A PRACTICAL INTRODUCTION TO LATIN PROSE COMPOSITION.
Thirtieth American edition.
New York: D. Appleton and Company, 1872.
356 pp.
Notes:


Julia de Asensi

Asensi, Julia de.
VICTORIA Y OTROS CUENTOS.
Edited with notes and vocabulary by Edgar S. Ingraham.
Heath's Modern Language Series.
Boston, New York, and Chicago: D.C. Heath & Co., c1905.
166 pp.
Notes:


Robert Ray Aurner

Aurner, Robert Ray.
EFFECTIVE BUSINESS CORRESPONDENCE.
Abridged.
Cincinnati, New York, Chicago, and San Francisco: South-Western Publishing Company, c1933.
369 pp.
Notes: Illustrated.
Includes bibliographies.

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