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Textbooks Catalog, "C"

This file contains 70 entries. All entries are arranged by main entry, title, and date of publication.


Julius Caesar

[Caesar, Julius.]
CAESAR'S GALLIC WAR.
With introduction, notes, vocabulary and grammatical appendix by Arthur Tappan Walker.
Revised edition.
Chicago and New York: Scott, Foresman and Company, c1907.
408, 93 pp.
Notes: Illustrated.


Otis William Caldwell and William Lewis Eikenberry

Caldwell, Otis William, and William Lewis Eikenberry.
ELEMENTS OF GENERAL SCIENCE.
Revised edition.
Boston, New York, Chicago, London, Atlanta, Dallas, Columbus, and San Francisco: Ginn and Company. c1918.
404 pp.
Notes: Illustrated.
Includes charts, diagrams.


Loomis Joseph Campbell

Campbell, L. J.
A CONCISE SCHOOL HISTORY OF THE UNITED STATES BASED ON SEAVEY'S GOODRICH'S HISTORY.
Boston: Brewer and Tileston; New York: J. W. Schermerhorn & Co; Philadelphia: Eldredge and Brother, 1874.
218, 44 pp.
Notes: "Declaration of Independence," "Constitution of the United States," "Review Questions," "Index of Persons."
Title continues following author statement: With Maps and Other Illustrations.

[Campbell, Loomis J.]
A PRONOUNCING SPELLING-BOOK OF THE ENGLISH LANGUAGE, MAINLY OF THE PRINCIPLES OF COMPARISON AND CONTRAST.
Boston: William Ware and Company, c1878.
176 pp.
Notes: Other editions have been cataloged under copyright co-registrant Samuel T. Worcester.

Campbell, Loomis J.
THE NEW FRANKLIN PRIMER AND FIRST READER.
New York: Taintor Brothers & Co.; Boston: William Ware & Co., c1886.
112 pp.
Notes: Illustrated.


David Hobart Carnahan

Carnahan, David Hobart.
SHORT FRENCH REVIEW GRAMMAR AND COMPOSITION BOOK, WITH EVERYDAY IDIOM DRILL AND CONVERSATIONAL PRACTICE.
Heath's Modern Language Series.
Boston, New York, and Chicago: D. C. Heath & Co., c1920.
159 pp.
Notes: Includes [8] pp. of plates, Index.


Frank George Carpenter

Carpenter, Frank G.
SOUTH AMERICA.
Carpenters' Geographical Reader.
New York, Cincinnati, and Chicago: American Book Company, c1899.
352 pp.
Notes: Illustrated.
Includes maps.


Century 40 Page Spelling Blank

CENTURY 40 PAGE SPELLING BLANK. SPACE FOR 1600 WORDS AND CORRECTIONS.
Huntingdon, Pa.: J. C. Blair Co.
Unpaginated.
Notes: Front cover states No. 303.
Front cover shows handwritten information: William F. Sneddon; Morgon Crossing School; Eighth Grade; From Mr. Englehart to William F. Sneddon.


Shau Wing Chan

Chan, Shau Wing.
CHINESE READER FOR BEGINNERS[,] WITH EXERCISES IN WRITING AND SPEAKING.
Stanford University, California: Stanford University Press; London: Humphrey Milford; Oxford University Press, c1942.
348 pp.
Notes: Title also in Chinese language on title page.


Alonzo Bowen Chapin

Chapin, A. B.
AN ENGLISH SPELLING BOOK; CONTAINING RULES AND REASONS FOR ORTHOGRAPHY AND PRONUNCIATION; DERIVED FROM A COMPLETE ANALYSIS OF THE LANGUAGE.
New Haven: Durrie & Peck; Philadelphia: Smith & Peck, 1841.
170 pp.
Notes:


Henry Smith Chapman

Chapman, Henry Smith.
THE FOUNDING OF AMERICA.
Revised Edition.
Boston, New York, Chicago, Dallas, Atlanta, and San Francisco: Houghton Mifflin Company, c1936.
338 pp.
Notes: Illustrated.
Includes bibliographical references.


C. A. Chardenal

Chardenal, C. A.
FRENCH EXERCISES FOR ADVANCED PUPILS, CONTAINING THE PRINCIPAL RULES OF FRENCH SYNTAX, NUMEROUS FRENCH AND ENGLISH EXERCISES ON RULES AND IDIOMS, AND A DICTIONARY OF NEARLY FOUR THOUSAND IDIOMATICAL VERBS AND SENTENCES, FAMILIAR PHRASES, AND PROVERBS.
New edition.
Cambridge: C. W. Sever, University Bookstore, 1873.
320 pp.
Notes:


Werrett Wallace Charters

Charters, W. W.
THE TEACHING OF IDEALS.
New York: The Macmillan Company, 1928.
372 pp.
Notes: "References for Class Reading" at end of each chapter.
Bibliography, pp. 359-65.
Includes Index.


Geoffrey Chaucer

[Chaucer, Geoffrey.]
CHAUCER[:] THE PROLOGUE, THE KNIGHTES TALE, THE NONNE PREESTES TALE FROM THE CANTERBURY TALES.
Edited by Rev. Richard Morris; With collations and additional notes by the Rev. Walter W. Skeat.
New edition.
Clarendon Press Series.
Oxford: The Clarendon Press, 1895.
262 pp.
Notes: Includes Index.


Edwin Checkley

Checkley, Edwin.
A NATURAL METHOD OF PHYSICAL TRAINING, MAKING MUSCLE AND REDUCING FLESH WITHOUT DIETING OR APPARATUS.
Fifth edition.
Brooklyn, N. Y.: William C. Bryant & Co., 1890.
152 pp.
Notes: Illustrated.


Child's Lesson-Book on the Old Testament

CHILD'S LESSON-BOOK ON THE OLD TESTAMENT. DESIGNED FOR SUNDAY SCHOOLS AND FAMILIES.
New York: Carlton & Porter, 1851.
196, 9 pp.
Notes:


George Goudie Chisholm and Charles Henry Leete

Chisholm, George G., and C. H. Leete.
LONGMANS' SCHOOL GEOGRAPHY.
Fifth edition, revised.
New York, London, and Bombay: Longmans, Green, and Co., 1897.
456, 3 pp.
Notes: Illustrated.


Albert Ensign Church

Church, Albert E.
PLATES TO "DESCRIPTIVE GEOMETRY."
New York: A. S. Barnes & Burr, 1865.
[22] pp.
Notes: Unpaginated. Figures are numbered 1-100.
Illustrated.


Marcus Tullius Cicero

[Cicero, Marcus Tullius.]
SELECT ORATIONS OF M. TULLIUS CICERO.
With English notes, for the use of schools and colleges by Rev. Peter Bullions.
Fourth edition.
New York: Pratt, Woodford, and Company, 1853.
314 pp.
Notes: On spine: Cicero's Orations.
Advertisements following text.


Rufus Claggett

Claggett, R.
THE AMERICAN EXPOSITOR, OR INTELLECTUAL DEFINER. DESIGNED FOR THE USE OF SCHOOLS.
Second edition.
Boston: Gould, Kendall and Lincoln, 1836.
198 pp.
Notes:


Solomon Henry Clark and Horace Spencer Fiske

Clark, S. H., and H. S. Fiske.
FOURTH READER.
Indiana State Series.
Indianapolis, Ind.: Indiana School Book Co., c1899.
272 pp.
Notes: Illustrated.


John Clarke

Clarke, John.
AN INTRODUCTION TO THE MAKING OF LATIN; COMPRISING, AFTER AN EASY, COMPENDIOUS METHOD, THE SUBSTANCE OF THE LATIN SYNTAX: WITH PROPER ENGLISH EXAMPLES, MOST OF THEM TRANSLATIONS FROM THE CLASSIC AUTHORS, IN ONE COLUMN, AND THE LATIN WORDS IN ANOTHER. TO WHICH IS SUBJOINED, IN THE SAME METHOD, A SUCCINCT ACCOUNT OF THE AFFAIRS OF ANCIENT GREECE AND ROME, INTENDED AT ONCE TO BRING BOYS ACQUAINTED WITH HISTORY AND THE IDIOM OF THE LATIN TONGUE: WITH RULES FOR THE GENDER OF NOUNS.
Carefully revised by James Hardie.
New York: Printed by John C. Totten, 1811.
256 pp.
Notes: On spine: Clarke's Introduction.


Lyman Cobb

Cobb, Lyman.
COBB'S EXPOSITOR, OR SEQUEL TO THE SPELLING-BOOK, CONTAINING ABOUT TWELVE THOUSAND OF THE MOST COMMON WORDS OF THE LANGUAGE, IN WHICH EACH WORD IS ACCURATELY SPELLED, PRONOUNCED, DIVIDED, AND EXPLAINED, AND THE PRIMARY AND SECONDARY ACCENT NOTED; TO WHICH ARE PREFIXED CONCISE PRINCIPLES OF PRONUNCIATION, AND RULES FOR THE ACCENTUATION AND DIVISION OF WORDS. DESIGNED FOR THE USE OF SCHOOLS.
Chambersburgh, Pa.: Printed and Published by Hickok & Blood, 1836.
216 pp.
Notes:


Benjamin Hutchins Coe

[Coe, Benjamin Hutchins.]
HEADS, ANIMALS, AND FIGURES. ADAPTED TO PENCIL DRAWING. COMPLETE IN THREE NUMBERS OF TEN CARDS EACH.
Number 2.
Coe's New Drawing Cards.
New York: Wiley & Halsted, 1858.
Notes: Title taken from front of envelopes and OCLC record #16634242.
Each envelope contains 18 cards.
Illustrated.


Frederick Hull Cogswell

Cogswell, F. H.
COGSWELL'S COMPENDIUM OF PHONOGRAPHY. BEING A COMPLETE AND CONCISE EXPOSITION OF THE PRINCIPLES OF VERBATIM REPORTING AS PRACTICED BY THE BEST REPORTERS.
For self-instruction and for use in schools.
Twentieth edition, revised and enlarged.
New Haven, Conn.: F. H. Cogswell, c1890.
78 pp.
Notes:

Cogswell, F. H.
COGSWELL'S COMPENDIUM OF PHONOGRAPHY. BEING A COMPLETE AND CONCISE EXPOSITION OF THE PRINCIPLES OF VERBATIM REPORTING AS PRACTICED BY THE BEST REPORTERS.
For self-instruction and for use in schools.
Twenty-seventh edition, revised and enlarged.
New Haven, Conn.: F. H. Cogswell, c1890.
78 pp.
Notes:


Charles Colbeck

Colbeck, C.
THE PUBLIC SCHOOLS HISTORICAL ATLAS.
Ninth Impression.
Edited by C. Colbeck.
London, New York, Bombay, and Calcutta: Longmans, Green, and Co., 1910.
99, 22 pp.
Notes: Includes maps.


Dana Pond Colburn

Colburn, Dana P.
ARITHMETIC AND ITS APPLICATIONS; DESIGNED AS A TEXTBOOK FOR COMMON SCHOOLS, HIGH SCHOOLS, AND ACADEMIES.
Philadelphia: H. Cowperthwait & Co., 1856.
366 pp.
Notes: 2 copies

Colburn, Dana P.
INTEREST, DISCOUNT, EQUATION OF PAYMENTS, &C.; WITH NUMEROUS PROBLEMS FOR SOLUTION.
Philadelphia: Thomas, Cowperthwait & Co., 1853.
90 pp.
Notes: Advertisements following text.


Warren Colburn

Colburn, Warren.
ARITHMETIC UPON THE INDUCTIVE METHOD OF INSTRUCTION[;] BEING A SEQUEL TO INTELLECTUAL ARITHMETIC.
Boston: Hilliard, Gray & Co., 1839.
245 pp.
Notes: Advertisements following text.

Colburn, Warren.
FIRST LESSONS IN ARITHMETIC ON THE PLAN OF PESTALOZZI. WITH SOME IMPROVEMENTS.
Second edition.
Boston: Cummings and Hilliard, 1822.
195 pp.
Notes: Other title: AN ARITHMETIC ON THE PLAN OF PESTALOZZI. First published in 182.


Bessie Blackstone Coleman, Willis Lemon Uhl and James Fleming Hosic

Coleman, Bessie Blackstone, Willis L. Uhl, and James Fleming Hosic.
THE PATHWAY TO READING.
Decorative headings by Shirley Kite.
Eighth Reader.
New York, Newark, Boston, Chicago, and San Francisco: Silver, Burdett and Company, c1928.
432 pp.
Notes: Illustrated.

Coleman, Bessie Blackstone, Willis L. Uhl, and James Fleming Hosic.
THE PATHWAY TO READING.
Illustrated by Eleanor Howard and Eunice Stephenson.
Fourth Reader.
New York, Newark, Boston, Chicago, and San Francisco: Silver, Burdett and Company, c1932.
346 pp.
Notes: Illustrated.

Coleman, Bessie Blackstone, Willis L. Uhl, and James Fleming Hosic.
THE PATHWAY TO READING.
Illustrated by Eunice and John Stephenson.
Third Reader.
New York, Newark, Boston, Chicago, and San Francisco: Silver, Burdett and Company, c1925.
248 pp.
Notes: Illustrated.


Thomas T. Collard

Collard, Thomas T.
THE BEGINNER'S READER, EMPLOYING NATURAL METHODS.
Part I.
Collard's Beginner's Reader.
New York: Charles E. Merrill Co., c1888.
96 pp.
Notes: Title page lacks information. Series taken from book cover.


Alexander G. Collot

Collot, A. G.
CHEFS-D'ŒUVRE DRAMATIQUES DE LA LANGUE FRANCAISE, MIS EN ORDRE PROGRESSIF. ET ANNOTES, POUR EN FACILITER L'INTELLIGENCE.
New-York: D. Appleton & Company, 1866.
521 pp.
Notes: La soirée. L'exigeant. L'éducation à la mode, par Berquin. Le page, par Berquin. La mansarde des artistes, par E. Scribe. Le charlatanisme, par E. Scribe. La somnambule, par E. Scribe. L'intérieur d'un bureau, par E. Scribe. Le mariage d'argent, par E. Scribe. La métromanie, par Piron. Le misanthrope, par Molière. Mérope, par Voltaire. Athelie, par Racine. Cinna, ou La clémence d'Auguste, par Corneille.
Includes advertisements following text.


Braulio Dueño Colón and Manuel Fernández Juncos

Colón, Braulio Dueño, and Manuel Fernández Juncos.
CANCIONES ESCOLARES.
Serie II.
Nueva York, Boston, and Chicago: Silver, Burdett y Compañia, c1904.
pp.
Notes: Principally for 1-2 voices with piano accompaniment.
Illustrated.


Colonial Hornbook

[COLONIAL HORNBOOK: A BATTLEDORE, TO INSTRUCT AND AMUSE.].
Boston, Mass.: The Horn Book, Inc.
Unpaginated.
Notes: A replica of an early hornbook.
Title taken from flyer and OCLC #12010012.
Wooden item printed by Otto H. Miller at Thomas Todd's Printing Shop on Beacon Hill.
Paper item printed by C. Croshaw, Pavement, York.


George N. Comer

Comer, George N.
BOOK-KEEPING RATIONALIZED: ADAPTED TO ALL KINDS OF BUSINESS--PERSONAL AND PARTNERSHIP, COMMISSION AND CORPORATE. TOGETHER WITH ENTIRELY NEW AND RAPID METHODS OF COMPUTING INTEREST, EXCHANGE, AVERAGING ACCOUNTS, ETC. A COPIOUS APPENDIX, AND A FAC-SIMILE OF THE WRITTEN PAGES OF THE DAY, CASH, AND LEDGER, WITH FORMS OF SET OF EXCHANGE, PROMISSORY NOTES, DRAFTS, ETC.
Boston: Comer and Company, 1861.
168 pp.
Notes:


Benjamin N. Comings

Comings, B. N.
CLASS-BOOK OF PHYSIOLOGY; FOR THE USE OF SCHOOLS AND FAMILIES. COMPRISING THE STRUCTURE AND FUNCTIONS OF THE ORGANS OF MAN, ILLUSTRATED BY COMPARATIVE REFERENCE TO THOSE OF INFERIOR ANIMALS.
Second edition.
Memphis, Tenn.: Cleaves & Vaden, 1860.
324 pp.
Notes: Includes advertisements following appendix.
Illustrated.


John Comly

Comly, John.
COMLY'S READER, AND BOOK OF KNOWLEDGE; WITH EXERCISES OF SPELLING AND DEFINING, INTENDED FOR THE USE OF SCHOOLS, AND FOR PRIVATE INSTRUCTION.
Philadelphia: Thomas L. Bonsal, 1849.
212 pp.
Notes:

Comly, John.
ENGLISH GRAMMAR, MADE EASY TO THE TEACHER AND PUPIL: ORIGINALLY COMPILED FOR THE USE OF WEST-TOWN BOARDING SCHOOL, PENNSYLVANIA.
Fifteenth edition, corrected and much improved.
Philadelphia: Kimber & Sharpless, c1826.
216 pp.
Notes:

Comly, John.
ENGLISH GRAMMAR, MADE EASY TO THE TEACHER AND PUPIL: PRINCIPALLY COMPILED FOR THE USE OF WEST-TOWN BOARDING SCHOOL, PENNSYLVANIA.
Second edition, corrected and enlarged.
Philadelphia: Kimber, Conrad, & Co., 1805.
205 pp.
Notes:


Gabriel Compayré

Compayré, Gabriel.
PSYCHOLOGY APPLIED TO EDUCATION.
Translated by William H. Payne.
Heath's Pedagogical Library--3.
Boston, U. S. A.: D. C. Heath & Co., 1905.
216 pp.
Notes: Includes bibliographical references.


Complete Arithmetic

COMPLETE ARITHMETIC[:] COMBINING ORAL AND WRITTEN EXERCISES.
Indiana Educational Series.
Indianapolis, Ind.: Indiana School Book Co., c1894.
360 pp.
Notes: Illustrated.


Complete Letter Writer

THE COMPLETE LETTER WRITER; CONTAINING A GREAT VARIETY OF LETTERS ON THE FOLLOWING SUBJECTS: RELATIONSHIP, BUSINESS, LOVE, COURTSHIP AND MARRIAGE, FRIENDSHIP, AND MISCELLANEOUS LETTERS, LAW FORMS, &C., &C. SELECTED FROM JUDICIOUS AND EMINENT WRITERS.
New-York: Leavitt & Company, 1851.
144 pp.
Notes:


John Lee Comstock

Comstock, J. L.
A SYSTEM OF NATURAL PHILOSOPHY; IN WHICH THE PRINCIPLES OF MECHANICS, HYDROSTATICS, HYDRAULICS, PNEUMATICS, ACOUSTICS, OPTICS, ASTRONOMY, ELECTRICITY, MAGNETISM, STEAM ENGINE, ELECTRO-MAGNETISM, ELECTROTYPE, PHOTOGRAPHY, AND DAGUERREOTYPE, ARE FAMILIARLY EXPLAINED, AND ILLUSTRATED BY MORE THAN TWO HUNDRED AND FIFTY ENGRAVINGS; TO WHICH ARE ADDED, QUESTIONS FOR THE EXAMINATION OF THE PUPILS. DESIGNED FOR THE USE OF SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES.
Ninety-third edition.
New-York: Pratt, Woodford and Co., 1847.
360 pp.
Notes: Illustrated.
Includes Index.

Comstock, J. L.
A SYSTEM OF NATURAL PHILOSOPHY; IN WHICH THE PRINCIPLES OF MECHANICS, HYDROSTATICS, HYDRAULICS, PNEUMATICS, ACOUSTICS, OPTICS, ASTRONOMY, ELECTRICITY, AND MAGNETISM, ARE FAMILIARLY EXPLAINED, AND ILLUSTRATED BY MORE THAN TWO HUNDRED ENGRAVINGS; TO WHICH ARE ADDED, QUESTIONS FOR THE EXAMINATION OF THE PUPILS. DESIGNED FOR THE USE OF SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES.
Twentieth edition.
Hartford: Robinson & Pratt, 1835.
295 pp.
Notes: On spine: Comstock's Philosophy.
"Questions for Students" printed below line at foot of text page.


Benjamin Y. Conklin

Conklin, Benj. Y.
A COMPLETE GRADED COURSE IN ENGLISH GRAMMAR AND COMPOSITION.
New York, Cincinnati, and Chicago: American Book Company, c1888.
296 pp.
Notes:


H. Caldwell Cook

Cook, H. Caldwell.
THE PLAY WAY[:] AN ESSAY IN EDUCATIONAL METHOD.
New York: Frederick A. Stokes Company, 1917.
367 pp.
Notes:


Increase Cooke

Cooke, Increase.
THE AMERICAN ORATOR; OR, ELEGANT EXTRACTS IN PROSE POETRY; COMPREHENDING A DIVERSITY OF ORATORICAL SPECIMENS, OR THE ELOQUENCE OF POPULAR ASSEMBLIES, OF THE BAR, OF THE PULPIT, &C. PRINCIPALLY INTENDED FOR THE USE OF SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. TO WHICH ARE PREFIXED, A DISSERTATION ON ORATORICAL DELIVERY, AND THE OUTLINES OF GESTURE.
Second edition.
Hartford: Oliver D. Cooke, 1814.
408 pp.
Notes:


Le Roy C. Cooley

Cooley, Le Roy C.
NATURAL PHILOSOPHY FOR COMMON AND HIGH SCHOOLS.
Cooley's Physical Science Series.
New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, c1871.
196 pp.
Notes:


S. S. Cornell

Cornell, S. S.
CORNELL'S HIGH SCHOOL GEOGRAPHY: FORMING PART THIRD OF A SYSTEMATIC SERIES OF SCHOOL GEOGRAPHIES, COMPRISING A DESCRIPTION OF THE WORLD; ARRANGED WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO THE WANTS AND CAPACITIES OF PUPILS IN THE SENIOR CLASSES OF PUBLIC AND PRIVATE SCHOOLS. EMBELLISHED BY NUMEROUS ENGRAVINGS, AND ACCOMPANIED BY A LARGE AND COMPLETE ATLAS, DRAWN AND ENGRAVED EXPRESSLY FOR THIS WORK.
New York: D. Appleton & Co., 1859.
405 pp.
Notes: Includes advertisements following text.


Hubert Ray Cornish and Thomas Houghton Hughes

Cornish, Hubert R., and Thomas Houghton Hughes.
HISTORY OF THE UNITED STATES FOR SCHOOLS.
New York and Philadelphia: Hinds, Hayden & Eldredge, Inc., 1936.
626 pp.
Notes: This copy lacks title page. Information taken from OCLC ##12035213.
"Suggested Additional Readings" at end of each chapter.
Illustrated.
Includes maps, diagrams.


Oliver Perry Cornman and Oscar Gerson

Cornman, Oliver P., and Oscar Gerson.
A BRIEF TOPICAL SURVEY OF UNITED STATES HISTORY.
Boston, U. S. A.: D. C. Heath & Co., 1909.
186, 54 pp.
Notes: Illustrated.
Includes maps.


Bonnie Cotteral and Donnie Cotterall

Cotterall, Bonnie, and Donnie Cotterall.
TUMBLING, PYRAMID BUILDING AND STUNTS FOR GIRLS AND WOMEN.
New York: A. S. Barnes and Company, 1926.
143 pp.
Notes: Illustrated.


Course in Isaac Pitman Shorthand

COURSE IN ISAAC PITMAN SHORTHAND.
New Era Edition.
New York, Toronto, and London: Isaac Pitman & Sons, 1924.
192 pp.
Notes:


William R. Creery

Creery, William R.
CATECHISM OF THE HISTORY OF THE UNITED STATES; WITH QUESTIONS ON THE CONSTITUTION OF THE UNITED STATES AND THE CONSTITUTION OF MARYLAND, ALSO A LIST OF PRESIDENTS, VICE PRESIDENTS AND CABINET OFFICERS, FROM THE FORMATION OF THE GOVERNMENT TO THE YEAR 1869, INCLUSIVE.
Baltimore: The Baltimore Publishing Co., c1869.
217, 15 pp.
Notes: Includes appendix.


Samuel Worcester Crittenden

Crittenden, S. W.
AN INDUCTIVE AND PRACTICAL TREATISE ON BOOK-KEEPING BY SINGLE AND DOUBLE ENTRY, CONTAINING NINE SETS OF BOOKS, FOR IMPARTING A GENERAL KNOWLEDGE OF THE SCIENCE, WITH NUMEROUS AND VARIED ENTRIES, AND ILLUSTRATING SINGLE AND PARTNERSHIP BUSINESS, BOTH PROSPEROUS AND ADVERSE: ALSO, A VOCABULARY OF COMMERCIAL TERMS; A TABLE OF FOREIGN COINS AND MONEYS OF ACCOUNT, ETC.
School edition.
Philadelphia: E. C. & J. Briddle, 1850.
152 pp.
Notes: On cover: Crittenden's Book-Keeping.


Col. R. Cromer

Cromer, Col. R.
CROMER'S LIGHTNING CALCULATOR, AND ACCOUNTANT'S ASSISTANT.
Cromer, Col. R., 1896.
144 pp.
Notes:


Alpheus Crosby

Crosby, Alpheus.
A GRAMMAR OF THE GREEK LANGUAGE.
Eleventh edition.
Boston: Phillips Sampson and Company, 1852.
464 pp.
Notes:


Ethan Allen Cross

Cross, E. A.
THE LITTLE GRAMMAR.
Boston: Little, Brown, and Company, 1929.
148 pp.
Notes: Illustrated.
Includes Index.


Jacob Abbot Cummings

Cummings, J. A.
THE PRONOUNCING SPELLING BOOK, ADAPTED TO WALKER'S CRITICAL PRONOUNCING DICTIONARY, IN WHICH THE PRECISE SOUND OF EVERY SYLLABLE IS ACCURATELY CONVEYED, IN A MANNER PERFECTLY INTELLIGIBLE TO EVERY CAPACITY, BY PLACING OVER SUCH LETTERS AS LOSE THEIR SOUNDS, THOSE LETTERS, WHOSE SOUNDS THEY RECEIVE.
Revised and Improved from the Fourth edition.
Hallowell, Me.: Glazier & Co., 1827.
168 pp.
Notes:


John Curwen

Curwen, John.
THE TEACHER'S MANUAL OF THE TONIC SOL-FA METHOD. DEALING WITH THE ART OF TEACHING AND THE TEACHING OF MUSIC.
Eighth edition.
London: J. Curwen & Sons.
392 pp.
Notes: Reference is made throughout to "Standard Course," rewritten edition (1900).
Illustrated.
Includes music.

Curwen, John.
THE TEACHER'S MANUAL OF THE TONIC SOL-FA METHOD. DEALING WITH THE ART OF TEACHING AND THE TEACHING OF MUSIC.
Sixth edition.
London: J. Curwen & Sons.
392 pp.
Notes: Reference is made throughout to "Standard Course," rewritten edition (1900).
Illustrated.
Includes music.


Luther Stearns Cushing

Cushing, Luther S.
RULES OF PROCEEDING AND DEBATE IN DELIBERATIVE ASSEMBLIES.
Revised by Edmund L. Cushing.
Revised edition.
Boston: Thompson, Brown, & Company, c1877.
192 pp.
Notes: At head of title: Manual of Parliamentary Practice.
Includes Index.


Caroline F. Cutler

Cutler, Caroline F.
PRIMARY MANUAL TRAINING. METHODS IN FORM STUDY, CLAY, PAPER AND COLOR WORK.
Boston and Chicago: Educational Publishing Company, 1892.
130 pp.
Notes: Illustrated.


Calvin Cutter

Cutter, Calvin.
FIRST BOOK ON ANATOMY, PHYSIOLOGY, AND HYGIENE, FOR GRAMMAR SCHOOLS AND FAMILIES. WITH EIGHTY-THREE ENGRAVINGS.
Revised stereotype edition.
New York: Clark, Austin and Smith; Cincinnati: W. B. Smith & Co; St. Louis, Mo.: Keith & Woods, 1858.
191 pp.
Notes: Illustrated.
Includes Index.


Ellen M. Cyr

Cyr, Ellen M.
THE CHILDREN'S THIRD READER.
Boston, New York, Chicago, and London: Ginn & Company, c1896.
280 pp.
Notes: Illustrated.

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