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This file contains 67 entries. All entries are arranged by main entry, title, and date of publication.


Salma Hale

[Hale, Salma.]
HISTORY OF THE UNITED STATES, FROM THEIR FIRST SETTLEMENT AS COLONIES, TO THE CLOSE OF THE WAR WITH GREAT BRITAIN IN 1815. TO WHICH IS ADDED QUESTIONS, ADAPTED TO THE USE OF SCHOOLS.
Cincinnati: Morgan and Sanxay, 1833.
298, 24 pp.
Notes: "Questions to Hale's History of the United States."
At head of title: Hale's Premium History.

[Hale, Salma.]
HISTORY OF THE UNITED STATES, FROM THEIR FIRST SETTLEMENT AS COLONIES, TO THE CLOSE OF THE WAR WITH GREAT BRITAIN IN 1815. TO WHICH IS ADDED QUESTIONS, ADAPTED TO THE USE OF SCHOOLS.
Keene, N. H.: J. and J.W. Prentiss, 1830.
Stereotyped by George B. Lothian, New York.
298, 24 pp.
Notes: "Questions to Hale's History of the United States."
At head of title: Premium History.
Includes appendix.


Henry Sinclair Hall and Samuel Ratcliffe Knight

Hall, H. S., and S. R. Knight.
ALGEBRA FOR BEGINNERS.
Revised and adapted to American schools by Frank L. Sevenoak.
New York and London: Macmillan & Co., c1895.
188 pp.
Notes:


S. R. Hall and A. R. Baker

Hall, S. R., and A. R. Baker.
SCHOOL HISTORY OF UNITED STATES; CONTAINING CHRONOLOGICAL NOTICES, AND AN OUTLINE OF TOPICS FOR A MORE EXTENDED COURSE OF STUDY; TOGETHER WITH COPIOUS NOTES.
Boston: William Peirce, 1836.
290 pp.
Notes:


Thomas F. Hall

Hall, Thomas F.
THE STATISTICAL GEOGRAPHY; OR, A GEOGRAPHY, EMBRACING THE ENTIRE STATISTICS OF THE SCIENCE, NEWLY ARRANGED AND CLASSIFIED, SO AS GREATLY TO FACILITATE THE PROGRESS OF THE LEARNER. IT ALSO GIVES THE CORRECT PRONUNCIATION OF GEOGRAPHICAL NAMES, ACCORDING TO THE LATEST AND BEST AUTHORITIES.
Dayton, O.: T. F. Hall & D. Rinehart, 1849.
112 pp.
Notes: Illustrated.


James Edward Halligan

Halligan, James Edward.
FUNDAMENTALS OF AGRICULTURE.
Boston, New York, and Chicago: D. C. Heath and Company, 1912.
492 pp.
Notes: "References for Collateral Reading" at the end of each chapter.
Illustrated.


Benjamin Hallowell

Hallowell, Benjamin.
A KEY TO THE THIRD AMERICAN EDITION OF BONNYCASTLE'S MENSURATION. ADAPTED ALSO TO THE FORMER EDITIONS, CONTAINING SOLUTIONS TO ALL THE QUESTIONS LEFT UNSOLVED IN THAT WORK.
Philadelphia: Kimber and Sharpless, 1824.
90 pp.
Notes: Illustrated.


Lyman Brooks Hanaford and Jesse W. Payson

Hanaford, L. B., and J. W. Payson.
BOOK-KEEPING, BY SINGLE AND DOUBLE ENTRY. FOR SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. ADAPTED TO PAYSON, DUNTON & SCRIBNER'S COMBINED SYSTEM OF PENMANSHIP.
Boston: Crosby, Nichols and Company, 1858.
112 pp.
Notes: Textbook--there is a workbook with the same title.
Includes "Boston Mercantile Academy."
Includes forms.

Hanaford, L. B., and J. W. Payson.
BOOK-KEEPING, BY SINGLE AND DOUBLE ENTRY. FOR SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. ADAPTED TO PAYSON, DUNTON & SCRIBNER'S COMBINED SYSTEM OF PENMANSHIP.
Boston: Crosby and Nichols, 1858.
Notes: Workbook--there is a textbook with the same title.
At head of title: Cash and Journal.


Hand-Book for Home Improvement

HAND-BOOK FOR HOME IMPROVEMENT, COMPRISING HOW TO WRITE [,] HOW TO TALK [,] HOW TO BEHAVE [,] HOW TO DO BUSINESS [;] COMPLETE IN ONE VOLUME.
New York: S. R. Wells & Co., 1877.
156;156;149;156 pp.
Notes: On spine: Books for Home Improvement.
4 volumes in 1.
Includes bibliographical references.
Advertisements following text of volume 4.


John Wesley Hanson, Jr. and Lillian Woodward Gunckel

Hanson, John Wesley, Jr. and Lillian Woodward Gunckel.
THE IDEAL ORATOR AND MANUAL OF ELOCUTION CONTAINING A PRACTICAL TREATISE ON THE DELSARTE SYSTEM OF PHYSICAL CULTURE AND EXPRESSION, INCLUDING VALUABLE INSTRUCTIONS AND RULES FOR THE CULTIVATION OF THE VOICE AND THE USE OF GESTURES. TOGETHER WITH CHOICE SELECTIONS FOR READINGS AND RECITATIONS NOW USED IN THE LEADING SCHOOLS OF ORATORY.
Edited by John Wesley Hanson, Jr. and Lillian Woodward Gunckel.
Chicago, Ill.: N. Juul & Co.,1895.
522 pp.
Notes: Authors statement given as "Edited by" on title page.
Illustrated by original engravings.


S. C. Hanson

Hanson, S. C.
MERRY SONGS FOR THE SCHOOL ROOM, SUMMER NORMAL SCHOOL, JUVENILE AND OTHER CLASSES IN VOCAL MUSIC, SOCIAL CIRCLE ETC., INCLUDING THE NOVEL KEY OR, THE ELEMENTS OF VOCAL MUSIC. PRESENTED IN A NEW, CLEAR AND ATTRACTIVE MANNER, SERVING BOTH AS A TEXT BOOK FOR THE TEACHER AND AN INSTRUCTOR TO THE PUPIL.
Chicago: A. Flanagan, c1889.
117 pp.
Notes:


Samuel Bannister Harding

Harding, Samuel Bannister
THE STORY OF THE MIDDLE AGES[:] AN ELEMENTARY HISTORY FOR SIXTH AND SEVENTH GRADES.
New edition, revised and enlarged.
The Lake History Stories.
Chicago and New York: Scott, Foresman and Company, c1912.
260 pp.
Notes:


Harper's Introductory Geography

HARPER'S INTRODUCTORY GEOGRAPHY. WITH MAPS AND ILLUSTRATIONS PREPARED EXPRESSLY FOR THIS WORK BY EMINENT AMERICAN ARTISTS.
New York: Harper & Brothers, 1877.
112 pp.
Notes:


James Albert Harrison

Harrison, James Albert.
SPAIN IN PROFILE: A SUMMER AMONG THE OLIVES AND ALOES.
Boston: Houghton, Osgood and Company, c1879.
439 pp.
Notes:


Albert Bushnell Hart

Hart, Albert Bushnell.
ESSENTIALS IN AMERICAN HISTORY (FROM THE DISCOVERY TO THE PRESENT DAY).
Essentials in History.
New York, Cincinnati, and Chicago: American Book Company, c1905.
583 pp.
Notes: "References" at the end of each Chapter.
Appendix A: Brief list of books.
Appendix B: General bibliography.
Illustrated.
Includes portraits, maps.

Hart, Albert Bushnell.
FORMATION OF THE UNION 1750-1829.
Sixth edition, revised.
Epochs of American History.
New York and London: Longmans, Green, and Co., 1895.
278 pp.
Notes: Title continues following author statement: With Five Maps.


Thomas Wadleigh Harvey

Harvey, T. W.
THE GRADED-SCHOOL FOURTH READER.
Eclectic Educational Series.
Cincinnati and New York: Van Antwerp, Bragg & Co., c1875.
240 pp.
Notes: Illustrated.

Harvey, Thos W.
A PRACTICAL GRAMMAR OF THE ENGLISH LANGUAGE, FOR THE USE OF SCHOOLS OF EVERY GRADE.
Harvey's English Grammar.
Cincinnati and New York: Van Antwerp, Bragg & Co., c1868.
264 pp.
Notes: 2 Copies.
Other title: HARVEY'S ENGLISH GRAMMAR: A PRACTICAL GRAMMAR OF THE ENGLISH LANGUAGE FOR THE USE OF SCHOOLS OF EVERY GRADE.
On spine: English Grammar.

Harvey, Thos. W.
AN ELEMENTARY GRAMMAR OF THE ENGLISH LANGUAGE, FOR THE USE OF SCHOOLS.
Harvey's Elementary Grammar.
Cincinnati and New York: Van Antwerp, Bragg & Co., 1869.
160 pp.
Notes: Illustrated.


Julius Wells Hatch

Hatch, J. W.
ARITHMETIC ON THE GERMAN PLAN OF CANCELLATION.
Syracuse: S. F. Smith, (Journal Office,) Printer, 1844.
60 pp.
Notes: Errata leaf mounted on pastedown at end.
Illustrated.


Julian Hawthorne and Leonard Lemmon

Hawthorne, Julian, and Leonard Lemmon.
AMERICAN LITERATURE[:] A TEXTBOOK FOR THE USE OF SCHOOLS AND COLLEGES.
Boston, U.S.A.: D.C. Heath & Co., 1893.
323 pp.
Notes: Preface -- To Teachers -- Introduction -- Colonial Literature -- Benjamin Franklin -- The Revolutionary Period -- Pioneer Period -- Some Statesmen and Historians -- Poets of the First Half-Century -- Religious and Social Reformers -- Nathaniel Hawthorne -- From Hawthorne to Bret Harte -- The Innovatory -- Writers of to-day.
"A list of books that will be useful to the student of American Literature" pp. 319-20.
Illustrated.
Includes portraits, Index.
Advertisements following text.


Edward Hazen

Hazen, E.
THE SPELLER AND DEFINER OR, CLASS-BOOK, NO.2. DESIGNED TO ANSWER THE PURPOSES OF A SPELLING BOOK, AND TO SUPERSEDE THE NECESSITY OF THE USE OF A DICTIONARY AS A CLASS-BOOK.
One hundred and seventy-ninth revised edition.
New York: Cornish, Lamport & Co., 1829.
215 pp.
Notes:


Marshman William Hazen

Hazen, M. W.
HAZEN'S COMPLETE SPELLING-BOOK FOR ALL GRADES OF PUBLIC AND PRIVATE SCHOOLS. CONTAINING THREE PARTS. ADAPTED TO PRIMARY, INTERMEDIATE, GRAMMAR, AND HIGH SCHOOLS.
Boston, New York, and Chicago: Ginn & Company, 1891.
90 pp.
Notes:


Health Reader

HEALTH READER. NO.2. WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO THE EFFECTS OF ALCOHOL, TOBACCO, ETC., UPON THE HUMAN SYSTEM.
Progressive School Series.
Halifax, Nova Scotia: T. C. Allen & Company, 1893.
172 pp.
Notes:


Sarah Dow Heard and Morrill Whitney King

Heard, Sarah Dow, and M. W. King.
STORIES OF AMERICAN LEADERS.
Illustrated by Edwin J. Prittie.
Chicago, Philadelphia, Toronto, Atlanta, San Francisco, and Dallas: The John C. Winston Company, c1934.
362 pp.
Notes: Illustrated.


Heath Readers

HEATH READERS.
Fourth Reader.
Boston, New York, Chicago, and London: D. C. Heath & Co., c1903.
320 pp.
Notes:

THE HEATH READERS.
Sixth Reader.
Boston, New York, Chicago, and London: D. C. Heath & Co., c1904.
352 pp.
Notes:


Levi Hedge

Hedge, Levi.
ELEMENTS OF LOGICK; OR A SUMMARY OF THE GENERAL PRINCIPLES AND DIFFERENT MODES OF REASONING.
Second edition.
Boston: Cummings and Hilliard, 1818.
202 pp.
Notes:

Hedge, Levi.
ELEMENTS OF LOGICK; OR A SUMMARY OF THE GENERAL PRINCIPLES AND DIFFERENT MODES OF REASONING.
Stereotype edition.
Boston: Hilliard, Gray, Little, and Wilkins, 1831.
178 pp.
Notes:


Nathaniel P. Henderson

Henderson, N. P.
HENDERSON'S TEST WORDS IN ENGLISH ORTHOGRAPHY, WITH FULL DEFINITIONS; ALSO, A LIST OF MODERN GEOGRAPHICAL NAMES, WITH THEIR PRONUNCIATION, FOR THE USE OF GRAMMAR SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES.
New York: Clark & Maynard, 1885.
105 pp.
Notes:


Welland Hendrick

Hendrick, Welland.
A BRIEF HISTORY OF THE EMPIRE STATE, FOR SCHOOLS AND FAMILIES.
Third edition, with revisions.
Syracuse, N. Y.: C. W. Bardeen, 1892.
206 pp.
Notes: Illustrated.
Includes maps, portraits, Index.


Benjamin Alexander Heydrick

Heydrick, Benjamin A.
TYPES OF THE SHORT STORY[:] SELECTED STORIES WITH READING LISTS.
Edited by Benjamin A. Heydrick.
The Lake English Classics.
Chicago and New York: Scott, Foresman & Company, c1913.
305 pp.
Notes: Includes bibliography, pp. 11-4.


Thomas Wentworth Higginson

Higginson, Thomas Wentworth.
YOUNG FOLKS' HISTORY OF THE UNITED STATES.
Boston: Lee and Shepard; New York: Charles T. Dillingham, 1885.
396, 33 pp.
Notes: "Questions."
"Books for Consultation", pp. 343-48.
Illustrated.
Includes [2] leaves of plates, maps, Index.
Advertisements following question section.


Thomas Edie Hill

Hill, Thos. E.
HILL'S MANUAL OF SOCIAL & BUSINESS FORMS: A GUIDE TO CORRECT WRITING; SHOWING HOW TO EXPRESS WRITTEN THOUGHT PLAINLY, RAPIDLY, ELEGANTLY AND CORRECTLY IN SOCIAL AND BUSINESS LIFE.
Eighth edition.
Chicago: Moses Warren & Co.; New York and San Francisco: Wm. H. Shepard; New Orleans: Chas. H. Freeman; Boston: A. W. Stolp; Cleveland: A. C. Rowe; St. Louis: T.M. Faddis, 1875.
305 pp.
Notes: Edition statement taken from title page verso.
Contains selections from the poets.
Illustrated.
Includes portraits.
Advertisements following text.


George Stillman Hillard

Hillard, G. S.
A FIRST CLASS READER; CONSISTING OF EXTRACTS, IN PROSE AND VERSE, WITH BIOGRAPHICAL AND CRITICAL NOTICES OF THE AUTHORS. FOR THE USE OF ADVANCED CLASSES IN PUBLIC AND PRIVATE SCHOOLS.
Boston: Hickling, Swan, and Brown; New York: Leavitt & Allen; Philadelphia: H. Cowperthwait & Co., J. R. Lippincott & Co.; Baltimore: Cushings & Bailey, J. W. Bond & Co.; Washington: R. Farnham; Charleston: McCarter & Co.; New Orleans: Thomas L. White, William Fleming; Mobile: S. H Goetzel & Co., Strickland & Co.; Cincinnati: Moore, Wilstach, Keys, & Co.; St. Louis: E. K. Woodward; Chicago: Keen & Lee; Buffalo: Wanzer, McKim, & Co., 1856.
504 pp.
Notes:

Hillard, G. S.
THE FOURTH READER: FOR THE USE OF SCHOOLS. WITH AN INTRODUCTORY TREATISE ON READING AND THE TRAINING OF THE VOCAL ORGANS.
New Series.
Boston: Brewer and Tileston; Philadelphia: Eldredge & Bro.; Portland, ME.: Bailey & Noyes, 1866.
240 pp.
Notes: Title continues following author statement: With Original Illustrations.

Hillard, G. S.
THE INTERMEDIATE READER: FOR THE USE OF SCHOOLS. WITH AN INTRODUCTORY TREATISE ON READING AND THE TRAINING OF THE VOCAL ORGANS.
New Series.
Boston: Brewer and Tileston; Philadelphia: Eldredge & Bro.; Portland, ME.: Bailey & Noyes, 1866.
246 pp.
Notes: Title continues following author statement: With Original Illustrations.

Hillard, George S.
THE FRANKLIN ADVANCED FOURTH OR INTERMEDIATE READER[.] FOR THE USE OF PUBLIC AND PRIVATE SCHOOLS.
New York: Taintor Brothers, Merrill, & Co.; Boston: William Ware and Company, 1874.
240 pp.
Notes: Title continues following author statement: With New and Original Illustrations.


Wilhelmine von Hillern

Hillern, Wilhelmine von.
HÖHER ALS DIE KIRCHE.
Edited with notes by S. Willard Clary.
Heath's Modern Language Series.
Boston, U. S. A.: D. C. Heath & Co., 1902.
105 pp.
Notes:


Historical Dialogues for Young Persons

HISTORICAL DIALOGUES FOR YOUNG PERSONS.
London: Printed for J. Johnson; J. Mawman, 1806.
294 pp.
Notes:


Edward Hitchcock and Charles Henry Hitchcock

Hitchcock, Edward, and Charles H. Hitchcock.
ELEMENTARY GEOLOGY.
New edition, remodeled, mostly rewritten, with several new chapters, and brought up to the present state of the science.
New York: Ivison, Phinney, Blakeman & Co.; Chicago: S. C. Griggs & Co., 1868.
416 pp.
Notes: Title continues following edition statement: For Use in Schools, Families, and by Individuals.
Illustrated.


Josiah Gilbert Holland [Timothy Titcomb]

Titcomb, Timothy.
TITCOMB'S LETTERS TO YOUNG PEOPLE[;] SINGLE AND MARRIED BY TIMOTHY TITCOMB, ESQUIRE.
Fiftieth edition.
New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1881.
223 pp.
Notes:


George Frederick Holmes

Holmes, Geo. F.
THE ELEMENTARY SPELLING-BOOK. FOR SCHOOLS AND FAMILIES.
University Series.
New York: University Publishing Company, 1866.
156 pp.
Notes:


Homer

[Homer.]
THE FIRST THREE BOOKS OF HOMER'S ILIAD[:] WITH INTRODUCTION, COMMENTARY, AND VOCABULARY.
Edited by Thomas D. Seymour.
Boston, U. S. A.: Ginn & Company, 1894.
309 pp.
Notes:

[Homer.]
THE FIRST THREE BOOKS OF HOMER'S ILIAD[:] WITH INTRODUCTION, COMMENTARY, AND VOCABULARY.
Edited by Thomas D. Seymour.
Revised edition.
Boston, U. S. A.: Ginn & Company, c1903.
292 pp.
Notes:


Worthington Hooker

Hooker, Worthington.
THE CHILD'S BOOK OF NATURE. THREE PARTS IN ONE. PART I. PLANTS. PART II. ANIMALS. PART III. AIR, WATER, HEAT, LIGHT, &C.
New York: Harper & Brothers, 1867.
120, 170, 179 pp.
Notes: Title continues following author statement: Illustrated by Numerous Engravings.

Hooker, Worthington.
NATURAL HISTORY. FOR THE USE OF SCHOOLS AND FAMILIES.
New York: Harper & Brothers, 1884.
382 pp.
Notes: Title continues following author statement: Illustrated by Nearly 300 Engravings.

Hooker, Worthington.
SCIENCE FOR THE SCHOOL AND FAMILY. PART III. MINERALOGY AND GEOLOGY.
New York: Harper & Brothers, 1871.
360 pp.
Notes: Title continues following author statement: Illustrated by Nearly Two Hundred Engravings.


Rushmore G. Horton

Horton, R. G.
A YOUTH'S HISTORY OF THE GREAT CIVIL WAR IN THE UNITED STATES, FROM 1861 TO 1865.
Seventy-Fifth Thousand.
New York: Van Evrie, Horton & Co., 1868.
384 pp.
Notes: Title continues following author statement: With Illustrations.
Written by a sympathizer with the southern cause.
Includes 11 portraits.
Advertisements following text.


Edwin James Houston

Houston, Edwin J.
THE ELEMENTS OF CHEMISTRY. FOR THE USE OF SCHOOLS, ACADEMIES, AND COLLEGES.
Houston's Chemistry.
Philadelphia: Eldredge & Brother, 1883.
444 pp.
Notes: Title page lacks information. Series taken from book cover.
Illustrated.
Advertisements following text.

Houston, Edwin J.
THE ELEMENTS OF PHYSICAL GEOGRAPHY, FOR THE USE OF SCHOOLS, ACADEMIES, AND COLLEGES.
Revised edition.
Houston's New Physical Geography.
Philadelphia: Eldredge & Brother, 1897.
180 pp.
Notes: Title page lacks information. Series taken from book cover.
Illustrated.
Includes maps, Index.


T. E. Howard

Howard, T. E.
EXCELSIOR; OR, ESSAYS ON POLITENESS, EDUCATION AND THE MEANS OF ATTAINING SUCCESS IN LIFE. PART I. FOR YOUNG GENTLEMEN. BY T. E. HOWARD[;] PART II. FOR YOUNG LADIES. BY A LADY, (R. V. R.).
Baltimore: Kelly, Piet & Company, 1873.
318 pp.
Notes:


William Dean Howells

Howells, William Dean.
THE RISE OF SILAS LAPHAM.
The Riverside Literature Series.
Boston, New York, and Chicago: Houghton Mifflin Company, c1912.
515 pp.
Notes: Title continues following author statement: With an Introduction.


Johann Hübner

[Hübner, Johann.]
AN INTRODUCTION TO GEOGRAPHY, BY WAY OF QUESTIONS AND ANSWER. PARTICULARLY DESIGN'D FOR THE USE OF SCHOOLS: GIVING A GENERAL DESCRIPTION OF ALL REMARKABLE COUNTRIES IN THE WORLD; OF THEIR SITUATION, EXTENT, DIVISION, CITIES, RIVERS, SOIL, COMMODITIES, RARITIES, ARCHBISHOPRICKS, BISHIPRICKS, UNIVERSITIES, MANNERS, GOVERNMENT, RELIGION, &C. TO WHICH IS PREFIX'D, AN EXPLANATION OF THE SPHERE, OR OF ALL THE TERMS ANY WAYS NECESSARY FOR THE RIGHT UNDERSTANDING OF THE TERRAQUEOUS GLOBE. WITH THE ADDITION OF A SHORT DICTIONARY OF THE MOST COMMON NAMES OF ANCIENT GEOGRAPHY. TOGETHER WITH AN INDEX OF THE PRINCIPAL PLACES, RIVERS, &C. MENTION'D IN THIS BOOK. TRANSLATED AND IMPROV'D FROM THE LAST EDITION OF MR. HUBNER'S GEOGRAPHY, WRITTEN ORIGINALLY IN GERMAN.
London: Printed for T. Cox, 1738.
283 pp.
Notes: Includes Index.


Roy Osgood Hughes

Hughes, R. O.
COMMUNITY CIVICS.
New edition.
Boston, New York, and Chicago: Allyn and Bacon, c1921.
505 pp.
Notes: On cover: 1921 Edition.
Bibliography: pp. 493-95.
Title page lacks information. Edition statement taken from book cover.
Illustrated.
Includes Index.

Hughes, R. O.
PROBLEMS OF AMERICAN DEMOCRACY.
Boston, New York, Chicago, Atlanta, and San Francisco: Allyn and Bacon, c1922.
616, 30 pp.
Notes: Appendix.
Bibliography: pp. 21-3 (3d group).
Illustrated.
Includes Index.


Beth Hughson and Oda Gostick

Hughson, Beth, and Oda Gostick.
IN FOREIGN LANDS[:] AN EXPLANATORY LANGUAGE COURSE AND CULTURAL INTRODUCTION TO ROME, ITALY, FRANCE, SPAIN, GERMANY.
Heath's Modern Language Series.
Boston, New York, Chicago, London, Atlanta, San Francisco, and Dallas: D. C. Heath and Company, c1934.
362 pp.
Notes: Title continues following author statement: Illustrated.
Includes bibliographies, music, maps.


Joseph Hervey Hull

Hull, J. H.
ENGLISH GRAMMAR BY LECTURES: COMPREHENDING THE PRINCIPLES AND RULES OF SYNTACTICAL PARSING, ON A NEW AND HIGHLY APPROVED SYSTEM; INTENDED AS A TEXT BOOK FOR STUDENTS; CONTAINING EXERCISES IN SYNTAX, RULES FOR PARSING BY TRANSPOSITION, CRITICAL NOTES, AND A LECTURE ON RHETORIC.
Seventh edition.
Maysville, Kentucky: Printed for the Author by R. M. Corwine, 1833.
144 pp.
Notes:

Hull, Joseph.
A GUIDE TO THE ENGLISH LANGUAGE: CONTAINING THE POWERS OF THE ENGLISH ALPHABET; AN EXTENSIVE VOCABULARY, WITH THE SIGNIFICATION OF EACH WORD; A NUMEROUS LIST OF DERIVATIVE WORDS, WITH THE PART OF SPEECH ANNEXED TO EACH, &C. IN TWO PARTS.
Revised impression.
Utica: Printed and Published by William Williams, 1820.
168, 3 pp.
Notes: "Lindley Murray's The English Reader."


Jasper Newton Hunt

Hunt, J. N.
THE PROGRESSIVE COURSE IN SPELLING IN TWO PARTS.
New York, Cincinnati, and Chicago: American Book Company, c1904.
176 pp.
Notes: 2 copies.
On Cover: Progressive Course in Spelling Complete.


Woods Hutchinson

Hutchinson, Woods.
COMMUNITY HYGIENE.
Revised edition; eleventh impression.
The Woods Hutchinson Health Series.
Boston, New York, and Chicago: Houghton Mifflin Company, c1920.
314 pp.
Notes: Edition statement taken from title page verso.
Illustrated.


Joseph C. Hutchison

Hutchison, Joseph C.
A TREATISE ON PHYSIOLOGY AND HYGIENE FOR EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTIONS AND GENERAL READERS. FULLY ILLUSTRATED.
Revised edition.
New York: Clark & Maynard, 1887.
319 pp.
Notes:


Charles Hutton

Hutton, Charles.
A COURSE OF MATHEMATICS. IN TWO VOLUMES. FOR THE USE OF ACADEMIES, AS WELL AS PRIVATE TUITION.
Edited by Robert Adrain.
From the fifth and sixth editions, revised and corrected.
Vol. I.
Hutton's Mathematics.
New York: Samuel Campbell, Evert Duyckinck, T & J Swords, Peter A Mesier, R. McDermut & D. D. Arden, Whiting & Watson, Thomas A. Ronalds, John Tiebout, Samuel Wood, Samuel A. Burtus, and George Long, 1816.
582 pp.
Notes: Series statement taken from spine.
Illustrated.


Thomas Henry Huxley

Huxley, Thomas H.
MAN'S PLACE IN NATURE AND OTHER ANTHROPOLOGICAL ESSAYS.
Authorized edition.
Akron, Ohio: The Werner Company, n.d.
329 pp.
Notes: At head of title: International Science Library.
Edition statement taken from title page verso.
OCLC #24194387 suggests 1899 might be possible publication date.


Thomas Henry Huxley and William Jay Youmans

Huxley, Thos. H., and Wm. Jay Youmans.
THE ELEMENTS OF PHYSIOLOGY AND HYGIENE; TEXT-BOOK FOR EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTIONS.
Revised edition, with many new illustrations.
New York: D. Appleton and Company, 1880.
485 pp.
Notes: Advertisements following text.


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