Walker Collection:
Textbooks Catalog, "M"

This file contains 113 entries. All entries are arranged by main entry, title, and date of publication.


Hamilton Wright Mabie

Mabie, Hamilton Wright.
OUR COUNTRY IN PEACE AND IN WAR[:] A NEW HISTORY FOR FAMILY USE TOPICALLY ARRANGED [,] EVERY SUBJECT BEING TREATED SEPARATELY AND COMPLETELY[.] EMBRACING THE GROWTH, PROGRESS, CHARACTERISTICS AND ACHIEVEMENTS OF THE AMERICAN PEOPLE IN THE PURSUITS OF PEACE AND OF WAR.
Philadelphia, Pa.: American Book & Bible House, c1898.
605 pp.
Notes: Title continues after author statement: Embellished With Over 200 Fine Engravings Illustrating That Which is Best, Noblest, Most Interesting and Inspiring in the History of the Land We Live In.


Townsend MacCoun

MacCoun, Townsend.
AN HISTORICAL GEOGRAPHY OF THE UNITED STATES.
Revised edition.
New York, Boston, and Chicago: Silver, Burdett & Company, 1890.
46 pp.
Notes: Includes [44] pp. of maps preceding title page.


William Harrison Mace

Mace, William H.
METHOD IN HISTORY FOR TEACHERS AND STUDENTS.
Boston, New York, Chicago, and London: Ginn & Company, c1897.
311 pp.
Notes: Includes Index.

Mace, William H.
METHOD IN HISTORY FOR TEACHERS AND STUDENTS.
Boston, U. S. A.; London: Ginn & Company, 1902.
311 pp.
Notes: Advertisements following text.


James Cartwright Macy

Macy, James C.
YOUNG PEOPLE'S HISTORY OF MUSIC WITH BIOGRAPHIES OF FAMOUS MUSICIANS.
Boston: Oliver Ditson & Co.; New York: C. H. Ditson & Co.; Phila: J. E. Ditson & Co.; Chicago: Lyon & Healy, c1886.
135 pp.
Notes: Illustrated.
Includes music plates, portraits.


Jesse Macy

Macy, Jesse.
OUR GOVERNMENT[:] HOW IT GREW, WHAT IT DOES, AND HOW IT DOES IT.
Revised edition.
Boston, New York, Chicago, and London: Ginn & Company, 1890.
296 pp.
Notes:


Henry Bartlett Maglathin

Maglathlin, Henry B.
THE COMPLETE ARITHMETIC, ORAL AND WRITTEN.
Greenleaf's Mathematical Series.
Boston and New York: Leach, Shewell, and Sanborn, c1881.
368 pp.
Notes: Title continues after author statement: On the Basis of Works by Benjamin Greenleaf.
Illustrated.


John Pentland Mahaffy

Mahaffy, J. P.
CLASSICAL ANTIQUITIES. I. OLD GREEK LIFE.
Edited by J. R. Green.
History Primers.
New York: D. Appleton and Company, 1884.
101 pp.
Notes: Illustrated.
Includes portraits.


Henry Mandeville

Mandeville, Henry.
A COURSE OF READING FOR COMMON SCHOOLS AND THE LOWER CLASSES OF ACADEMIES, ON THE PLAN OF THE AUTHOR'S "ELEMENTS OF READING AND ORATORY."
New edition, revised and corrected.
New York: D. Appleton & Co.; Philadelphia: G. S. Appleton, 1850.
377 pp.
Notes: Advertisements following text.


Horace Mann and Pliny Earie Chase

Mann, Horace, and Pliny E. Chase.
ARITHMETIC, PRACTICALLY APPLIED, FOR ADVANCED PUPILS, AND FOR PRIVATE REFERENCE, DESIGNED AS A SEQUEL TO ANY OF THE ORDINARY TEXT-BOOKS ON THE SUBJECT.
Philadelphia: E. H. Butler & Co., 1850.
384 pp.
Notes: Includes "List of Authorities."


William W. Manning

Manning, William W.
ENGLISH GRAMMAR AND RHETORIC. PART I. INSTRUCTION PAPER.
Chicago, Illinois: American School of Correspondence, c1918.
72 pp.
Notes:

Manning, William W.
ENGLISH GRAMMAR AND RHETORIC. PART II. INSTRUCTION PAPER.
Chicago, Illinois: American School of Correspondence, c1918.
72 pp.
Notes:


Edward Deering Mansfield

Mansfield, Edward D.
THE POLITICAL GRAMMAR OF THE UNITED STATES; OR, A COMPLETE VIEW OF THE THEORY AND PRACTICE OF THE GENERAL AND STATE GOVERNMENTS, WITH THE RELATIONS BETWEEN THEM. DEDICATED AND ADAPTED TO THE YOUNG MEN OF THE UNITED STATES.
New-York: Harper & Brothers, 1834.
275 pp.
Notes:


Don Juan Manuel

Manuel, Don Juan.
EL CONDE LUCANOR.
Madrid, Spain: Editorial "Saturnino Calleja," 1920.
338 pp.
Notes: Includes "Bibliografia" pp. 17-18.


Jane Haldimand Marcet

[Marcet, Mrs.]
CONVERSATIONS ON NATURAL PHILOSOPHY, IN WHICH THE ELEMENTS OF THAT SCIENCE ARE FAMILIARLY EXPLAINED, AND ADAPTED TO THE COMPREHENSION OF YOUNG PUPILS. ILLUSTRATED WITH PLATES. BY THE AUTHOR OF CONVERSATION ON CHEMISTRY, AND CONVERSATIONS ON POLITICAL ECONOMY. IMPROVED BY APPROPRIATE QUESTIONS FOR THE EXAMINATION OF SCHOLARS; ALSO BY ILLUSTRATIVE NOTES, AND A DICTIONARY OF PHILOSOPHICAL TERMS.
Revised with additions by Rev. J. L. Blake.
Boston stereotype edition.
Boston: Lincoln, Edmands & Co., 1833.
252 pp.
Notes: Title page lacks author statement. Author taken from OCLC.
Illustrated.
Includes [23] leaves of plates.

[Marcet, Mrs.]
CONVERSATIONS ON NATURAL PHILOSOPHY. IN WHICH THE ELEMENTS OF THAT SCIENCE ARE FAMILIARLY EXPLAINED. ILLUSTRATED WITH PLATES. BY THE AUTHOR OF CONVERSATIONS ON CHEMISTRY, ETC. WITH CORRECTIONS, IMPROVEMENTS AND CONSIDERABLE ADDITIONS IN THE BODY OF THE WORK; APPROPRIATE QUESTIONS, AND A GLOSSARY.
Revised with addtions by Thomas P. Jones.
Philadelphia: J. B. Lippincott & Co., 1858.
220 pp.
Notes:


Bertha Maria Marenholtz-Bülow

Marenholtz-Bülow, Baroness.
THE CHILD, ITS NATURE AND RELATIONS; AN ELUCIDATION OF FROEBEL'S PRINCIPLES OF EDUCATION.
Translated by Kriege, Matilda H.
Third edition.
New York: E. Steiger & Co., 1872.
148 pp.
Notes: Illustrated.


Christopher Columbus Marsh

Marsh, C. C.
THE ART OF SINGLE-ENTRY BOOK-KEEPING, IMPROVED BY THE INTRODUCTION OF THE PROOF OR BALANCE: DESIGNED FOR THE USE OF MERCHANTS, CLERKS, AND SCHOOLS; COMPRISING A SERIES OF MERCANTILE TRANSACTIONS, ARRANGED TO FORM A COMPLETE COURSE OF PRACTICAL INSTRUCTION; ADAPTED TO THE WHOLESALE AND RETAIL BUSINESS OF THE UNITED STATES.
Sixth edition, revised and corrected.
New York: J. C. Riker, 1850.
128 pp.
Notes:


Carl C. Marshall

Marshall, Carl C.
MARSHALL'S BUSINESS SPELLER AND TECHNICAL WORD BOOK[:] FOR BUSINESS AND SHORTHAND SCHOOLS.
Ninth edition.
Cedar Rapids, Iowa: Goodyear-Marshall Publishing Company, 1918.
160; 46 pp.
Notes: "Technical Word Lists."
Includes Index.

Marshall, Carl C.
MARSHALL'S BUSINESS SPELLER AND TECHNICAL WORD BOOK[:] FOR BUSINESS AND SHORTHAND SCHOOLS.
Fifteenth edition.
Cedar Rapids, Iowa: Goodyear-Marshall Publishing Company, 1932.
160; 46 pp.
Notes: "Technical Word Lists."
Includes Index.


Martial and Pliny the Younger

Martial, and Pliny the Younger.
MARTIAL AND PLINY[:] SELECTIONS FROM MARTIAL AND PLINY THE YOUNGER.
Edited with Introduction, Notes and Vocabulary by E. C. Kennedy.
Cambridge Elementary Classics.
Cambridge: The University Press, 1960.
144 pp.
Notes:


Edward A. Martin

Martin, Edward A.
THE STORY OF A PIECE OF COAL[:] WHAT IT IS, WHENCE IT COMES, AND WHITHER IT GOES.
New York: D. Appleton and Company, 1903.
168 pp.
Notes: Illustrated.


Charles Mason

Mason, Charles.
AN ELEMENTARY TREATISE ON THE STRUCTURE AND OPERATIONS OF THE NATIONAL AND STATE GOVERNMENTS OF THE UNITED STATES. DESIGNED FOR THE USE OF SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES AND FOR GENERAL READERS.
Second edition.
Boston: James Munroe and Company, 1843.
233 pp.
Notes: Illustrated.
Includes Index.


Luther Whiting Mason

Mason, L. W.
THE MASON'S HYMN AND TUNE BOOK FOR MIXED VOICES: A COLLECTION OF UNSECTARIAN HYMNS FOR USE IN HIGH AND NORMAL SCHOOLS.
Boston, U.S.A.: Ginn & Company, 1880.
126 pp.
Notes:

Mason, Luther Whiting.
THE NEW FIRST MUSIC READER[:] PREPARATORY TO SIGHT-SINGING BASED LARGELY UPON C. H. HOHMANN.
The National Music Course.
Boston: Ginn & Company, 1887.
120 pp.
Notes:

Mason, Luther Whiting.
PRIMARY OR FIRST MUSIC READER: A COURSE OF EXERCISES IN THE ELEMENTS OF VOCAL MUSIC AND SIGHT-SINGING, WITH CHOICE ROTE SONGS FOR THE USE OF THE YOUNGEST PUPILS.
Boston: Ginn, Heath, & Co., 1884.
90 pp.
Notes:

Mason, Luther Whiting.
PRIMARY OR FIRST MUSIC READER: A COURSE OF EXERCISES IN THE ELEMENTS OF VOCAL MUSIC AND SIGHT-SINGING, WITH CHOICE ROTE SONGS FOR THE USE OF THE YOUNGEST PUPILS.
Boston: Ginn, Heath, & Co., 1885.
90 pp.
Notes:

Mason, Luther Whiting.
SECOND MUSIC READER: A COURSE OF EXERCISES IN THE ELEMENTS OF VOCAL MUSIC AND SIGHT-SINGING, WITH CHOICE ROTE SONGS FOR THE USE OF SCHOOLS AND FAMILIES.
Boston: Ginn & Company, 1886.
96 pp.
Notes:

Mason, Luther Whiting.
THIRD MUSIC READER: A COURSE OF MUSICAL INSTRUCTION, WITH SONGS IN TWO AND THREE PARTS, BASED ON THE ELEMENTS OF HARMONY. FOR THE USE OF SCHOOLS AND FAMILIES.
Boston: Ginn and Heath, 1880.
96 pp.
Notes:


Massachusetts Commonwealth Department of Education

Massachusetts Commonwealth Department of Education.
HORACE MANN CENTENNIAL[:] 1837-1937.
Boston, Massachusetts: Walter A. Smith Company, c1937.
202 pp.
Notes:


Florence E. Matthews

Matthews, Florence E.
EXPERIENCING LITERATURE[:] A HANDBOOK FOR PRIMARY TEACHERS TO ACCOMPANY MY BOOKHOUSE.
Edited by Rebecca J. Coffin.
Chicago and Toronto: The Bookhouse for Children, c1931.
123 pp.
Notes: Title continues after edition statement: With Annotated List of Stories From Many Sources for Use in the Primary Grades by Eloise Ramsey.


William Henry Maxwell

Maxwell, William H.
FIRST BOOK IN ENGLISH.
Maxwell's English Series.
New York, Cincinnati, and Chicago: American Book Company, c1894.
176 pp.
Notes: On cover: Maxwell's English Course.
Illustrated.


Ira Mayhew

Mayhew, Ira.
THE ECLECTIC COMPLETE BOOK-KEEPING.
Cincinnati and New York: Van Antwerp, Bragg & Co., c1884.
156 pp.
Notes: Includes forms, Index.

Mayhew, Ira.
MAYHEW'S PRACTICAL BOOK-KEEPING [;] EMBRACING SINGLE AND DOUBLE ENTRY, COMMERCIAL CALCULATIONS, AND THE PHILOSOPHY AND MORALS OF BUSINESS.
Boston: Nichols and Hall, 1860.
228 pp.
Notes: 5 copies.
Includes forms.

Mayhew, Ira.
MAYHEW'S PRACTICAL BOOK-KEEPING [;] EMBRACING SINGLE AND DOUBLE ENTRY, COMMERCIAL CALCULATIONS, AND THE PHILOSOPHY AND MORALS OF BUSINESS.
Boston: Chase and Nichols, 1863.
228 pp.
Notes: Includes forms.

Mayhew, Ira.
MAYHEW'S PRACTICAL BOOK-KEEPING [;] EMBRACING SINGLE AND DOUBLE ENTRY, COMMERCIAL CALCULATIONS, AND THE PHILOSOPHY AND MORALS OF BUSINESS.
Boston: Samuel F. Nichols, 1866.
228 pp.
Notes: Includes forms.

Mayhew, Ira.
MAYHEW'S PRACTICAL BOOK-KEEPING [;] EMBRACING SINGLE AND DOUBLE ENTRY, COMMERCIAL CALCULATIONS, AND THE PHILOSOPHY AND MORALS OF BUSINESS.
Boston: Hall & Whiting; Philadelphia: E. H. Butler & Co., 1880.
228 pp.
Notes: Includes forms.

Mayhew, Ira.
POPULAR EDUCATION: FOR THE USE OF PARENTS AND TEACHERS, AND FOR YOUNG PERSONS OF BOTH SEXES. PREPARED AND PUBLISHED IN ACCORDANCE WITH A RESOLUTION OF THE SENATE AND HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES OF THE STATE OF MICHIGAN.
New York: Harper & Brothers, 1850.
467 pp.
Notes: Advertisements following text.

Mayhew, Ira.
A PRACTICAL SYSTEM OF BOOK-KEEPING BY SINGLE AND DOUBLE ENTRY.
New York: Daniel Burgess & Co.; Philadelphia: J. B. Lippincott & Co.; Cincinnati: Applegate & Co., 1856.
144 pp.
Notes:


Katherine Camp Mayhew and Anna Camp Edwards

Mayhew, Katherine Camp, and Anna Camp Edwards.
THE DEWEY SCHOOL[:] THE LABORATORY SCHOOL OF THE UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO 1896-1903.
New York: Atherton Press, 1966.
489 pp.
Notes: Reprint of 1936 edition with a new editor's forward.
Includes bibliographical footnotes.


James N. McEllitgott

McElligott, James N.
THE AMERICAN DEBATER: BEING A PLAIN EXPOSITION OF THE PRINCIPLES AND PRACTICE OF PUBLIC DEBATE.
Third edition.
New York: Ivison & Phinney; Chicago: S. C. Griggs & Co.; Cincinnati: Moore, Wilstach, Keys & Co.; Philadelphia: Sower, Barnes & Co.; Newburg: T. S. Quackenbush, 1859.
323 pp.
Notes:


Thomasine C. McGehee

McGehee, Thomasine C.
PEOPLE AND MUSIC[:] A TEXTBOOK IN MUSIC APPRECIATION.
Edited by James M. Glass.
Junior High School Series.
Boston, New York, Chicago, Atlanta, San Francisco, and Dallas: Allyn and Bacon, c1929.
372, 18 pp.
Notes: "Index."


Alexander Hamilton McGuffey

[McGuffey, Alexander H.]
MCGUFFEY'S NEW ECLECTIC SPELLING-BOOK: EMBRACING A PROGRESSIVE COURSE OF INSTRUCTION IN ENGLISH ORTHOGRAPHY AND ORTHOEPY; INCLUDING DICTATION EXERCISES.
Electrotype edition.
Eclectic Educational Series.
Cincinnati and New York: Van Antwerp, Bragg & Co., 1865.
144 pp.
Notes: Illustrated.


William Holmes McGuffey

[McGuffey, William Holmes.]
MCGUFFEY'S FOURTH ECLECTIC READER.
Revised edition.
Eclectic Educational Series.
Cincinnati and New York: Van Antwerp, Bragg & Co., c1879.
256 pp.
Notes: Illustrated.

[McGuffey, William Holmes.]
MCGUFFEY'S FOURTH ECLECTIC READER.
Revised edition.
Eclectic Educational Series.
New York, Cincinnati, and Chicago: American Book Company, c1896.
256 pp.
Notes: Illustrated.

McGuffey, William Holmes.
MCGUFFEY'S NEW ECLECTIC SPEAKER, CONTAINING ABOUT THREE HUNDRED EXERCISES FOR READING AND DECLAMATION.
Electrotype edition.
Eclectic Educational Series.
Cincinnati and New York: Van Antwerp, Bragg & Co., 1858.
504 pp.
Notes: 2 copies.
Advertisements precede text.

McGuffey, William Holmes.
MCGUFFEY'S NEW ECLECTIC SPELLING-BOOK: EMBRACING A PROGRESSIVE COURSE OF INSTRUCTION IN ENGLISH ORTHOGRAPHY AND ORTHOEPY; INCLUDING DICTATION EXERCISES.
Electrotype edition.
Eclectic Educational Series.
Cincinnati: Sargent, Wilson & Hinkle; Chicago: Cobb, Pritchard & Co.; New York: Clark & Maynard, 1865.
144 pp.
Notes:

McGuffey, Wm. H.
MCGUFFEY'S NEW FIFTH ECLECTIC READER: SELECTED AND ORIGINAL EXERCISES FOR SCHOOLS.
Electrotype edition.
Eclectic Educational Series.
Cincinnati: Sargent, Wilson & Hinkle; Chicago: Cobb, Pritchard & Co.; New York: Clark & Maynard, 1866.
338 pp.
Notes:

McGuffey, W. H.
MCGUFFEY'S NEW FOURTH ECLECTIC READER: INSTRUCTIVE LESSONS FOR THE YOUNG.
Eclectic Educational Series.
Cincinnati and New York: Wilson, Hinkle & Co., 1866.
242 pp.
Notes: Illustrated.

McGuffey, Wm. H.
MCGUFFEY'S NEW SIXTH ECLECTIC READER: EXERCISES IN RHETORICAL READING, WITH INTRODUCTORY RULES AND EXAMPLES.
Stereotype edition.
Eclectic Educational Series.
Cincinnati: Sargent, Wilson & Hinkle; New York: Clark & Maynard, 1857.
448 pp.
Notes: Advertisements precede and follow text.

McGuffey, William Holmes.
MCGUFFEY'S NEWLY REVISED ECLECTIC FOURTH READER: CONTAINING ELEGANT EXTRACTS IN PROSE AND POETRY, WITH RULES FOR READING, AND EXERCISES IN ARTICULATION, DEFINING, ETC.
Revised and improved. Revised electrotype edition.
Eclectic Educational Series.
Cincinnati: Sargent, Wilson & Hinkle; New York: Clark & Maynard, 1853.
332 pp.
Notes: Advertisements following text.

McGuffey, Wm. H.
MCGUFFEY'S NEWLY REVISED ECLECTIC THIRD READER, CONTAINING SELECTIONS IN PROSE AND POETRY, WITH RULES FOR READING; AND EXERCISES IN ARTICULATION, DEFINING, ETC.
Revised and improved. Revised electrotype edition.
Eclectic Educational Series.
Cincinnati: Sargent, Wilson & Hinkle; New York: Clark & Maynard, 1853.
228 pp.
Notes: Advertisements precede text.
Illustrated.

McGuffey, Wm. H.
MCGUFFEY'S NEWLY REVISED ECLECTIC THIRD READER, CONTAINING SELECTIONS IN PROSE AND POETRY, WITH RULES FOR READING; AND EXERCISES IN ARTICULATION, DEFINING, ETC.
Revised and improved. Revised stereotype edition.
Eclectic Educational Series.
Cincinnati: Winthrop B. Smith & Co., 1853.
228 pp.
Notes: Advertisements precede text.

[McGuffey, William Holmes.]
MCGUFFEY'S SIXTH ECLECTIC READER.
Revised edition.
Eclectic Educational Series.
Cincinnati and New York: Van Antwerp, Bragg & Co., c1879.
464 pp.
Notes: Includes alphabetical list of authors.
Illustrated.
Includes 8 leaves of plates.


Frederic McKenney

McKenney, F.
A COMPLETE KEY TO THE TEACHERS' ASSISTANT, OR SYSTEM OF PRACTICAL ARITHMETIC; COMPILED BY STEPHEN PIKE; IN WHICH THE OPERATION OF ALL THE EXAMPLES NECESSARY FOR THE LEARNER ARE EXHIBITED AT LARGE, AND SOLUTIONS GIVEN TO ALL THE PROMISCUOUS QUESTIONS THROUGHOUT THE WORK.
Fourth edition, revised and adapted to the new stereotype edition of the Teachers' Assistant.
Philadelphia: McCarty & Davis, 1837.
252 pp.
Notes: Stereotyped by L. Johnson.


James Matthew McLaughlin and William Wallace Gilchrist

McLaughlin, James M., and W. W. Gilchrist.
SONG READER[:] A GRADED COURSE IN SCHOOL MUSIC IN ONE BOOK BASED ON THE NEW EDUCATIONAL MUSIC COURSE.
Boston, New York, Chicago, London, Atlanta, Dallas, Columbus, and San Francisco: Ginn and Company, c1910.
156 pp.
Notes:


Helen A. McMahon, Marie M. McMahon, and Anna M. McMahon

McMahon, Helen A., Marie M. McMahon, and Anna M. McMahon.
THE RHYME AND STORY PRIMER.
Boston, U. S. A.: D. C. Heath & Co., 1908.
116 pp.
Notes: Illustrated.


Frederic McKenney

McKenney, F.
A COMPLETE KEY TO THE TEACHERS' ASSISTANT, OR SYSTEM OF PRACTICAL ARITHMETIC; COMPILED BY STEPHEN PIKE; IN WHICH THE OPERATION OF ALL THE EXAMPLES NECESSARY FOR THE LEARNER ARE EXHIBITED AT LARGE, AND SOLUTIONS GIVEN TO ALL THE PROMISCUOUS QUESTIONS THROUGHOUT THE WORK.
Fourth edition, revised and adapted to the new stereotype edition of the Teachers' Assistant.
Philadelphia: McCarty & Davis, 1837.
252 pp.
Notes: Stereotyped by L. Johnson.


James Matthew McLaughlin and William Wallace Gilchrist

McLaughlin, James M., and W. W. Gilchrist.
SONG READER[:] A GRADED COURSE IN SCHOOL MUSIC IN ONE BOOK BASED ON THE NEW EDUCATIONAL MUSIC COURSE.
Boston, New York, Chicago, London, Atlanta, Dallas, Columbus, and San Francisco: Ginn and Company, c1910.
156 pp.
Notes:


Helen A.McMahon, Marie M. McMahon and Anna M. McMahon

McMahon, Helen A., Marie M. McMahon, and Anna M. McMahon.
THE RHYME AND STORY PRIMER.
Boston, U. S. A.: D. C. Heath & Co., 1908.
116 pp.
Notes: Illustrated.


John Bach McMaster

McMaster, John Bach.
A SCHOOL HISTORY OF THE UNITED STATES.
New York, Cincinnati, and Chicago: American Book Company, c1912.
490, 33 pp.
Notes: Includes appendix.


Charles Alexander McMurry

McMurry, Charles A.
SPECIAL METHOD IN PRIMARY READING AND ORAL WORK WITH STORIES.
New York: The Macmillan Company; London: Macmillan & Co., Ltd., 1903.
198 pp.
Notes: "List of Choice Reading Matter for the Grades": pp. 192-98.
Advertisements following text.


Frank Morton McMurry and Almon Ernest Parkins

McMurry, Frank M., and A. E. Parkins.
WORLD GEOGRAPHY[:] BOOK I. THE NEW WORLD.
Western edition.
New York: The Macmillan Company, 1927.
316 pp.
Notes: Includes Index.


Mary McSkimmon and Carol Della Chiesa

McSkimmon, Mary; Della Chiesa, Carol.
THIS INTERLOCKING WORLD[:] COMPILED FROM THE LITERATURES OF MANY LANDS.
Boston, New York, Chicago, Atlanta, San Francisco, and Dallas: Allyn and Bacon, c1929.
248 pp.
Notes: "Suggestions for Further Reading" pp. 242-48.


Arthur Raymond Mead

Mead, Arthur Raymond.
LEARNING AND TEACHING[:] PSYCHOLOGICAL FOUNDATIONS OF EDUCATIONAL TECHNIQUE.
Edited by William F. Russell.
Lippincott's Educational Guides.
Philadelphia, London, and Chicago: J. B. Lippincott Company, c1923.
277 pp.
Notes: Contains "References."
Includes diagrams.
Advertisements precede text.


Samuel Mecutchen

[Mecutchen, Samuel.]
THE NEW AMERICAN PRONOUNCING SPELLER.
Philadelphia: T. H. Butler & Co., 1872.
143 pp.
Notes:


Prosper Mérimée

Mérimée, Prosper.
COLOMBA.
New edition.
Heath's Modern Language Series.
Boston, New York, and Chicago: D. C. Heath & Co., c1916.
238 pp.
Notes: Illustrated.
Includes portraits.
Advertisements following text.


George Merriam and Charles Merriam

[Merriam, George, and Charles Merriam.]
THE VILLAGE READER[:] DESIGNED FOR THE USE OF SCHOOLS BY THE COMPILERS OF THE EASY PRIMER, CHILD'S GUIDE, AND INTELLIGENT READER.
Stereotyped edition.
Springfield: G. & C. Merriam, 1844.
300 pp.
Notes: Edition statement taken from the title page verso.
Title page lacks author statement. Author taken from OCLC.


Atwood Bond Meservey

Meservey, A. B.
ELEMENTARY POLITICAL ECONOMY.
Boston: Thompson, Brown & Co., c1885.
143 pp.
Notes: Includes Index.

Meservey, A. B.
MESERVEY'S BOOK-KEEPING, SINGLE AND DOUBLE ENTRY.
Boston: Thompson, Brown, & Co., c1882.
222 pp.
Notes: Includes forms.

Meservey, A. B.
MESERVEY'S BOOK-KEEPING, SINGLE ENTRY. FOR GRAMMAR SCHOOLS.
Boston: Thompson, Brown, & Co., c1882.
110 pp.
Notes: Includes forms.


John Calvin Metcalf

Metcalf, John Calvin.
ENGLISH LITERATURE.
Atlanta, Richmond, and Dallas: B. F. Johnson Publishing Company, c1918.
464 pp.
Notes: "Some Useful Books" at end of each chapter.
Illustrated.
Includes Index.


Robert Comfort Metcalf and Thomas Metcalf

Metcalf, Robert C., and Thomas Metcalf.
ENGLISH GRAMMAR FOR COMMON SCHOOLS.
New York, Cincinnati, and Chicago: American Book Company, c1894.
288 pp.
Notes: Includes Index.


Hugh Miller

Miller, Hugh.
MY SCHOOLS AND SCHOOLMASTERS; OR, THE STORY OF MY EDUCATION.
Boston: Gould and Lincoln, 1854.
537 pp.
Notes: 2 copies.
At head of title: An Autobiography.
Includes [1] leaf of plates, portraits.


Lida Brooks Miller

Miller, Lida Brooks.
THE KINDERGARTEN OR HOME AND SCHOOL CULTURE[:] A CHOICE COLLECTION OF POEMS, STORIES, DRAWINGS AND SONGS TOGETHER WITH XX CHAPTERS ON THE KINDERGARTEN AND ITS RELATION TO THE HOME AND SCHOOL.
Juvenile Publishing Co., c1902.
Unpaginated.
Notes: Elegantly Illustrated.


Robert Andrews Millikan, Henry Gordon Gale, and Willard R. Pyle

Millikan, Robert Andrews, Henry Gordon Gale, and Willard R. Pyle.
PRACTICAL PHYSICS.
Boston, New York, Chicago, London, Atlanta, Dallas, Columbus, and San Francisco: Ginn and Company, c1922.
472 pp.
Notes: A Revision of the Authors' A FIRST COURSE IN PHYSICS done in collaboration with Willard R. Pyle.
Illustrated.


Abraham Mills

Mills, Abraham.
LECTURES ON RHETORIC AND BELLES LETTRES; CHIEFLY FROM THE LECTURES OF DR. BLAIR.
New edition.
New-York: Roe Lockwood, 1842.
360 pp.
Notes:


William James Milne

Milne, William J.
A KEY TO THE STANDARD ARITHMETIC AND THE MENTAL ARITHMETIC.
New York, Cincinnati, and Chicago: American Book Company, c1901.
198; 74 pp.
Notes: 2 sections.

Milne, William J.
STANDARD ARITHMETIC [;] EMBRACING A COMPLETE COURSE FOR SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES.
Missouri State Series.
New York, Cincinnati, and Chicago: American Book Company, c1895.
459 pp.
Notes: Illustrated.
Advertisements following text.

Milne, William J.
STANDARD ARITHMETIC [;] EMBRACING A COMPLETE COURSE FOR SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES.
New York, Cincinnati, and Chicago: American Book Company, c1911.
459 pp.
Notes: On cover: With Answers.
Illustrated.


Samuel Augustus Mitchell

[Mitchell, S. Augustus.]
AN ACCOMPANIMENT TO MITCHELL'S REFERENCE AND DISTANCE MAP OF THE UNITED STATES; CONTAINING AN INDEX OF ALL THE COUNTIES, DISTRICTS, TOWNSHIPS, TOWNS, &C., IN THE UNION; TOGETHER WITH AN INDEX OF THE RIVERS; BY WHICH ANY COUNTY, DISTRICT, TOWNSHIP &C., OR RIVER, MAY BE FOUND ON THE MAP, WITHOUT DIFFICULTY: ALSO, A GENERAL VIEW OF THE UNITED STATES, AND THE SEVERAL STATES AND TERRITORIES; WITH AN ACCOUNT OF THE ACTUAL AND PROSPECTIVE INTERNAL IMPROVEMENTS THROUGHOUT THE UNION.
Philadelphia: Mitchell and Hinman, 1834.
324 pp.
Notes: Title page lacks author statement. Author taken from OCLC.

Mitchell, S. Augustus.
MITCHELL'S ANCIENT GEOGRAPHY, DESIGNED FOR ACADEMIES, SCHOOLS, AND FAMILIES. A SYSTEM OF CLASSICAL AND SACRED GEOGRAPHY, EMBELLISHED WITH ENGRAVINGS OF REMARKABLE EVENTS, VIEWS OF ANCIENT CITIES, AND VARIOUS INTERESTING ANTIQUE REMAINS. TOGETHER WITH AN ANCIENT ATLAS, CONTAINING MAPS ILLUSTRATING THE WORK.
Philadelphia: Thomas, Cowperthwait & Co., 1845.
216 pp.
Notes: Illustrated.

Mitchell, S. Augustus.
MITCHELL'S ANCIENT GEOGRAPHY, DESIGNED FOR ACADEMIES, SCHOOLS, AND FAMILIES. A SYSTEM OF CLASSICAL AND SACRED GEOGRAPHY, EMBELLISHED WITH ENGRAVINGS OF REMARKABLE EVENTS, VIEWS OF ANCIENT CITIES, AND VARIOUS INTERESTING ANTIQUE REMAINS. TOGETHER WITH AN ANCIENT ATLAS, CONTAINING MAPS ILLUSTRATING THE WORK.
Philadelphia: E. H. Butler & Co., 1867.
216 pp.
Notes: Illustrated.

[Mitchell, S. Augustus.]
MITCHELL'S SCHOOL ATLAS: COMPRISING THE MAPS AND TABLES DESIGNED TO ACCOMPANY MITCHELL'S SCHOOL AND FAMILY GEOGRAPHY.
Revised edition.
Philadelphia: E. H. Butler & Co., 1863.
Unpaginated.
Notes: Maps dated 1852-58.
Includes 16 leaves of plates.

Mitchell, S. Augustus.
A SYSTEM OF MODERN GEOGRAPHY, COMPRISING A DESCRIPTION OF THE PRESENT STATE OF THE WORLD, AND ITS FIVE GREAT DIVISIONS, AMERICA, EUROPE, ASIA, AFRICA, AND OCEANICA, WITH THEIR SEVERAL EMPIRES, KINGDOMS, STATES, TERRITORIES, ETC. EMBELLISHED BY NUMEROUS ENGRAVINGS. ADAPTED TO THE CAPACITY OF YOUTH. ACCOMPANIED BY AN ATLAS CONTAINING THIRTY-TWO MAPS, DRAWN AND ENGRAVED EXPRESSLY FOR THE WORK.
New revised edition.
Mitchell's School Geography.
Philadelphia: E. H. Butler & Co., 1860.
336 pp.
Notes: This copy lacks atlas.
Illustrated.
Appendix following text.


Lewis Baxter Monroe

Monroe, Lewis B.
MANUAL OF PHYSICAL AND VOCAL TRAINING, FOR THE USE OF SCHOOLS AND FOR PRIVATE INSTRUCTION.
Illustrated by Hammatt Billings.
Philadelphia: Cowperthwait & Co., 1869.
102 pp.
Notes: Illustrated.


James Monteith

Monteith, James.
COMPREHENSIVE GEOGRAPHY; LOCAL, PHYSICAL, DESCRIPTIVE, HISTORICAL, MATHEMATICAL, COMPARATIVE, TOPICAL AND ANCIENT; WITH MAP-DRAWING AND RELIEF MAPS.
New England edition.
The Independent Course.
New York, Chicago, and New Orleans: A. S. Barnes & Company, 1872.
104; 30 pp.
Notes: "Special Geography of New England."

Monteith, James.
MANUAL OF GEOGRAPHY, COMBINED WITH HISTORY AND ASTRONOMY; DESIGNED FOR INTERMEDIATE CLASSES IN PUBLIC AND PRIVATE SCHOOLS.
Revised edition.
National Geographical Series.
New York: A. S. Barnes & Co., 1875.
124 pp.
Notes: Illustrated.

Monteith, James.
POPULAR SCIENCE READER; CONTAINING LESSONS AND SELECTIONS IN NATURAL PHILOSOPHY, BOTANY, AND NATURAL HISTORY; WITH BLACKBOARD DRAWING AND WRITTEN EXERCISES.
New York and Chicago: A. S. Barnes & Company, c1881.
360 pp.
Notes: At head of title: For Intermediate Classes.
Illustrated.


Maria Montessori

Montessori, Maria.
SPONTANEOUS ACTIVITY IN EDUCATION.
Translated from the Italian by Florence Simmonds.
New York: Frederick A. Stokes Company, c1917.
355 pp.
Notes: At head of title: The Advanced Montessori Method.


Charles L. Moore, M. W. Moore, A. Lam. Moore, and W. E. Moore

Moore, Chas. L., M. W. Moore, A. Lam. Moore, and W. E. Moore.
MUSICAL GEMS[:] A GRADED COURSE IN MUSIC FOR RURAL AND VILLAGE SCHOOLS.
Chicago and New York: A. Flanagan Company, c1901.
128 pp.
Notes: Includes Index.


Ernest Carroll Moore

Moore, Ernest Carroll.
WHAT IS EDUCATION?
Boston, New York, Chicago, London, Atlanta, Dallas, Columbus, and San Francisco: Ginn and Company, c1915.
357 pp.
Notes:


John Hamliton Moore

Moore, J. Hamilton.
THE YOUNG GENTLEMAN AND LADY'S MONITOR, AND ENGLISH TEACHER'S ASSISTANT; BEING A COLLECTION OF SELECT PIECES FROM OUR BEST MODERN WRITERS: CALCULATED TO ERADICATE VULGAR PREJUDICES AND RUSTICITY OF MANNERS; IMPROVE THE UNDERSTANDING; RECTIFY THE WILL; PURIFY THE PASSIONS; DIRECT THE MINDS OF YOUTH TO THE PURSUIT OF PROPER OBJECTS; AND TO FACILITATE THEIR READING, WRITING, AND SPEAKING THE ENGLISH LANGUAGE, WITH ELEGANCE AND PROPRIETY. PARTICULARLY ADAPTED FOR THE USE OF OUR EMINENT SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES, AS WELL AS PRIVATE PERSONS, WHO HAVE NOT AN OPPORTUNITY OF PERUSING THE WORKS OF THOSE CELEBRATED AUTHORS, FROM WHENCE THIS COLLECTION IS MADE. DIVIDED INTO SMALL PORTIONS FOR THE EASE OF READING IN CLASSES. TO WHICH IS ADDED, THE ELEMENTS OF GESTURE.
Ninth edition.
Hudson: Printed by Ashbel Stoddard, 1795.
383 pp.
Notes: Illustrated.


William Carey Morey

Morey, William C.
OUTLINES OF ROMAN HISTORY[:] TO THE REVIVAL OF THE EMPIRE OF CHARLEMAGNE.
New York, Cincinnati, and Chicago: American Book Company, c1901.
366 pp.
Notes: Front cover displays S.P.Q.R. inside golden eagle emblem.
Bibliography pp. 345-53.
Illustrated.
Includes map, Index.


Charles Morris

Morris, Charles.
PRIMARY HISTORY OF THE UNITED STATES[:] THE STORY OF OUR COUNTRY FOR YOUNG FOLKS.
Philadelphia and London: J. B. Lippincott Company, c1916.
259, 6 pp.
Notes: Includes appendix.


John Morrow

Morrow, John.
LANGUAGE FOR LITTLE PEOPLE.
New York, Cincinnati, and Chicago: American Book Company, c1912.
80 pp.
Notes: Illustrated.


Jedidiah Morse

Morse, Jedidiah.
THE AMERICAN UNIVERSAL GEOGRAPHY; OR, A VIEW OF THE PRESENT STATE OF ALL THE KINGDOMS, STATES, AND COLONIES IN THE KNOWN WORLD.
Seventh edition.
Vol. 1.
Charlestown: G. Clarke; Boston: Lincoln & Edmands, S. T. Armstrong, West, Richardson & Lord; New York: S. Wood & Sons, Collins & Hannay, and J. Eastburn, & Co.; Albany: Websters and Skinners; Utica: Seward & Williams; Philadelphia: M. Carey & Son, and W. W. Woodward; Baltimore: Cushing & Jewett, and F. Lucas; Savannah: S. C. & J. Schenck, 1819.
898 pp.
Notes: In Two Volumes.
Title continues after author statement: The Whole Comprehending a Complete System of Modern Geography, Accompanied by a General Atlas of the World, Containing Sixty-Three Maps; by Arrowsmith and Lewis.

Morse, Jedidiah.
GEOGRAPHY MADE EASY: BEING AN ABRIDGMENT OF THE AMERICAN UNIVERSAL GEOGRAPHY.
Tenth edition, corrected by the author.
Boston: Printed by J. T. Buckingham for Thomas & Andrews, 1806.
432 pp.
Notes: Title continues after author statement: To Which is Added, an Improved Chronological Table of Remarkable Events, From the Creation to the Present Time.
Illustrated with a map of the world, a map of North America.

Morse, Jedidiah.
GEOGRAPHY MADE EASY: BEING AN ABRIDGMENT OF THE AMERICAN UNIVERSAL GEOGRAPHY. TO WHICH ARE PREFIXED ELEMENTS OF GEOGRAPHY. FOR THE USE OF SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES IN THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA.
Fourteenth edition, and second of this new abridgment.
Boston: Thomas & Andrews, 1811.
362 pp.
Notes: Illustrated with a map of the world, a map of North America.


Jedidiah Morse and Sidney Edwards Morse

Morse, Jedidiah, and Sidney Edwards Morse.
A NEW SYSTEM OF GEOGRAPHY, ANCIENT AND MODERN, FOR THE USE OF SCHOOLS, ACCOMPANIED WITH AN ATLAS, ADAPTED TO THE WORK.
Twenty-Fifth edition.
Boston: Richardson and Lord, 1826.
342 pp.
Notes: This copy lacks atlas.


Marguerite W. Morton

Morton, Marguerite W.
IDEAL DRILLS[:] A COLLECTION OF ENTIRELY NEW AND ORIGINAL DRILLS, MARCHES, AND MOTION SONGS.
Philadelphia: The Penn Publishing Company, 1920.
180 pp.
Notes: Includes music.
Advertisments following text.


C. Y. Moyer

Moyer, C. Y.
THE BUSINESS MANUAL; A COMPLETE GUIDE IN ALL MERCANTILE AND LEGAL TRANSACTIONS AND REFERENCE BOOK FOR EVERY DAY USE.
With an introduction by P. R. Spencer.
Seventh edition, revised.
Cleveland, O.: The N. G. Hamilton Pub. Co., 1893.
336 pp.
Notes: Illustrated.


James Eugene Munson

Munson, James E.
THE COMPLETE PHONOGRAPHER, AND REPORTER'S GUIDE: AN INDUCTIVE EXPOSITION OF PHONOGRAPHY, WITH ITS APPLICATION TO ALL BRANCHES OF REPORTING, AND AFFORDING THE FULLEST INSTRUCTION TO THOSE WHO HAVE NOT THE ASSISTANCE OF AN ORAL TEACHER; ALSO INTENDED AS A SCHOOL-BOOK.
Revised edition.
New York: Harper & Brothers, 1884.
241 pp.
Notes:

Munson, James E.
THE COMPLETE PHONOGRAPHER, AND REPORTER'S GUIDE: AN INDUCTIVE EXPOSITION OF PHONOGRAPHY, WITH ITS APPLICATION TO ALL BRANCHES OF REPORTING, AND AFFORDING THE FULLEST INSTRUCTION TO THOSE WHO HAVE NOT THE ASSISTANCE OF AN ORAL TEACHER; ALSO INTENDED AS A SCHOOL-BOOK.
Revised edition.
New York: Harper & Brothers, 1891.
241 pp.
Notes:


Lindley Murray

[Murray, Lindley.]
AN ABRIDGMENT OF MURRAY'S ENGLISH GRAMMAR. CONTAINING ALSO PUNCTUATION, THE NOTES UNDER RULES IN SYNTAX, AND LESSONS IN PARSING: TO THE LATTER OF WHICH ARE PREFIXED, SPECIMENS ILLUSTRATIVE OF THAT EXERCISE, AND FALSE SYNTAX TO BE CORRECTED. ALL APPROPRIATELY ARRANGED. TO ALL WHICH IS ADAPTED, A NEW SYSTEM OF QUESTIONS.
Abridged by Samuel Putnam.
Putnam's Murray. Improved stereotype edition; From the Second Portsmouth edition, enlarged and improved.
Boston: Hilliard, Gray, Little and Wilkins, 1828.
108 pp.
Notes:

Murray, Lindley.
ENGLISH EXERCISES, ADAPTED TO MURRAY'S ENGLISH GRAMMAR: CONSISTING OF EXERCISES IN PARSING;--INSTANCES OF FALSE ORTHOGRAPHY; VIOLATIONS OF THE RULES OF SYNTAX:--DEFECTS IN PUNCTUATION; AND VIOLATIONS OF THE RULES RESPECTING PERSPICUOUS AND ACCURATE WRITING. DESIGNED FOR THE BENEFIT OF PRIVATE LEARNERS, AS WELL AS FOR THE USE OF SCHOOLS.
From the Sixteenth English edition, with additions and improvements.
New-York: Printed and Sold by Collins and Co., 1812.
192 pp.
Notes:

Murray, Lindley.
ENGLISH GRAMMAR, ADAPTED TO THE DIFFERENT CLASSES OF LEARNERS. WITH AN APPENDIX, CONTAINING RULES AND OBSERVATIONS FOR ASSISTING THE MORE ADVANCED STUDENTS TO WRITE WITH PERSPICUITY AND ACCURACY.
Edited by B. & J. Collins, from the Last English edition.
Collins's stereotype edition.
New-York: Printed and Sold by Collins and Co., 1817.
312 pp.
Notes: Advertisements following text.

Murray, Lindley.
ENGLISH GRAMMAR, ADAPTED TO THE DIFFERENT CLASSES OF LEARNERS. WITH AN APPENDIX, CONTAINING RULES AND OBSERVATIONS FOR ASSISTING THE MORE ADVANCED STUDENTS TO WRITE WITH PERSPICUITY AND ACCURACY.
From the Last English edition.
Exeter, (N. H.): Printed and Published by John J. Williams, 1822.
339 pp.
Notes: On cover: Murray's Grammar.

Murray, Lindley.
AN ENGLISH GRAMMAR: COMPREHENDING THE PRINCIPLES AND RULES OF THE LANGUAGE, ILLUSTRATED BY APPROPRIATE EXERCISES, AND A KEY TO THE EXERCISES.
The Sixth American, from the last English edition [;] corrected and much enlarged.
New York: Collins & Co.; Collins & Hannay; Samuel Wood & Sons; G. & C. & H. Carvill; White, Gallaher & White; Philadelphia: John Grigg, 1829.
376; 298 pp.
Notes: 2 volumes in 1.
Advertisements following text of volume 2.

Murray, Lindley.
THE ENGLISH READER [;] OR PIECES IN PROSE AND POETRY, FROM THE BEST WRITERS; DESIGNED TO ASSIST YOUNG PERSONS TO READ WITH PROPRIETY AND EFFECT, IMPROVE THEIR LANGUAGE AND SENTIMENTS, AND TO INCULCATE THE MOST IMPORTANT PRINCIPLES OF PIETY AND VIRTUE. WITH A FEW PRELIMINARY OBSERVATIONS ON THE PRINCIPLES OF GOOD READING.
Lindley Murray's English Readers.
Philadelphia: Leary & Getz, 1854.
209 pp.
Notes: Third of three books in special container.
Murray, Lindley.
THE ENGLISH READER; OR PIECES IN PROSE AND POETRY [,] SELECTED FROM THE BEST WRITERS [;] DESIGNED TO ASSIST YOUNG PERSONS TO READ WITH PROPRIETY AND EFFECT; TO IMPROVE THEIR LANGUAGE AND SENTIMENTS, AND TO INCULCATE SOME OF THE MOST IMPORTANT PRINCIPLES OF PIETY AND VIRTUE. WITH A FEW PRELIMINARY OBSERVATIONS. ON THE PRINCIPLES OF GOOD READING.
Lindley Murray's English Readers.
Philadelphia: Jos. McDowell, 1849.
252 pp.
Notes: First of three books in special container.
Murray, Lindley.
LECTEUR FRANÇOIS: OU, RECUEIL DE PIÈCES, EN PROSE ET EN VERS, TIRÉES DES MEILLEURS ÉCRIVAINS. POUR SERVIR À PERFECTIONNER LES JEUNES GENS DANS LA LECTURE; À ÉTENDRE LEUR CONNOISSANCE DE LA LANGUE FRANÇOISE; ET À LEUR INCULQUER DE PRINCIPES DE VERTU ET DE PIÉTÉ.
Philadelphie: T. & W. Bradford; B. B. Hopkins & Co.; Bennet & Walton; Kimber & Conrad; Johnson & Warner; M. Carey; New York: Collins & Co., 1812.
369 pp.
Notes:

Murray, Lindley.
MURRAY'S ENGLISH READER: OR, PIECES IN PROSE AND POETRY, SELECTED FROM THE BEST WRITERS. DESIGNED TO ASSIST YOUNG PERSONS TO READ WITH PROPRIETY AND EFFECT; TO IMPROVE THEIR LANGUAGE AND SENTIMENTS; AND TO INCULCATE SOME OF THE MOST IMPORTANT PRINCIPLES OF PIETY AND VIRTUE. WITH A FEW PRELIMINARY OBSERVATIONS ON THE PRINCIPLES OF GOOD READING. IMPROVED BY THE ADDITION OF A CONCORDANT AND SYNONYMISING VOCABULARY, CONSISTING OF ABOUT FIFTEEN HUNDRED OF THE MOST IMPORTANT WORDS CONTAINED IN THIS WORK. THE WORDS ARE ARRANGED IN COLUMNS AND PLACED OVER THE SECTIONS RESPECTIVELY, FROM WHICH THEY ARE SELECTED; AND ARE DIVIDED, DEFINED, AND PRONOUNCED ACCORDING TO THE PRINCIPLES OF JOHN WALKER. THE WORDS IN THE VOCABULARY AND THEIR CORRESPONDENT WORDS IN THE SECTIONS, ARE NUMBERED WITH FIGURE OF REFERENCE. WALKER'S PRONOUNCING KEY, WHICH GOVERNS THE VOCABULARY, IS PREFIXED TO THIS WORK.
Edited by Jeremiah Goodrich.
Providence: Hutchins & Cory, 1827.
304 pp.
Notes:

Murray, Lindley.
SEQUEL TO THE ENGLISH READER: OR, ELEGANT SELECTIONS IN PROSE AND POETRY. DESIGNED TO IMPROVE THE HIGHEST CLASS OF LEARNERS IN READING, TO ESTABLISH A TASTE FOR JUST AND ACCURATE COMPOSITION; AND TO PROMOTE THE INTERESTS OF PIETY AND VIRTUE.
Edited by J. and B. Collins.
Stereotyped from the Fourth English edition.
Woodstock, (Vermont): Printed by D. Watson, 1821.
299 pp.
Notes:

Murray, Lindley.
SEQUEL TO THE ENGLISH READER: OR, ELEGANT SELECTIONS IN PROSE AND POETRY. DESIGNED TO IMPROVE THE HIGHEST CLASS OF LEARNERS IN READING; TO ESTABLISH A TASTE FOR JUST AND ACCURATE COMPOSITION; AND TO PROMOTE THE INTERESTS OF PIETY AND VIRTUE.
Edited by L. Johnson.
Stereotyped edition.
Murray's English Readers.
Philadelphia: Printed and Published by S. Probasco, 1831.
244 pp.
Notes: "Appendix: containing biographical sketches of the authors mentioned in the 'Introduction to the English Reader,' 'The English Reader' itself, and the 'Sequel to the Reader.'"
This is the second of three books in a special container.


Music Manual for Rural Schools with the Victrola

MUSIC MANUAL FOR RURAL SCHOOLS WITH THE VICTROLA[:] INFORMATION AND SUGGESTIONS FOR THE USE OF MUSIC IN THE RURAL SCHOOL, TOGETHER WITH A FULL COURSE OF TWENTY LESSONS FOR EACH OF THREE YEARS' WORK, AND SIXTY MORNING EXERCISES.
New revised edition.
Camden, New Jersey, U. S. A.: Educational Department, Victor Talking Machine Company, c1924.
175 pp.
Notes: On title page verso: Formerly entitled "The Victrola in Rural Schools.".


William Leslie Musick

Musick, W. L.
THE UNIVERSAL DICTATION COURSE OF GREGG'S SHORTHAND[:] MADE UP OF BUSINESS LETTERS FROM TWENTY-SIX DIFFERENT BUSINESSES, TOGETHER WITH LEGAL PAPERS, DEPOSITIONS, AND TESTIMONY FROM CIVIL AND CRIMINAL CASES.
243d Thousand.
St. Louis, Mo.: W. L. Musick Publishing Co., 1899.
201, 46 pp.
Notes: Title continues after edition statement: A Method of Instruction Especially Prepared for Shorthand Schools, Academiés, Colleges and Private Study. The Method and Arrangement Have Been Used in School Ten Years by the Author Before Publication.

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