Walker Collection:
Textbooks Catalog, "P"

This file contains 66 entries. All entries are arranged by main entry, title, and date of publication.


Silas Sadler Packard and Henry Beadman Bryant

Packard, S. S., and H. B. Bryant.
THE NEW BRYANT AND STRATTON COMMON SCHOOL BOOK-KEEPING. EMBRACING SINGLE AND DOUBLE ENTRY, AND ADAPTED TO INDIVIDUAL AND CLASS INSTRUCTION IN SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES.
New York and Chicago: Ivison, Blakeman & Company, c1878.
208 pp.
Notes: 3 copies.
Includes forms.


David Page

Page, David.
RUDIMENTS OF GEOLOGY.
Edited by D. Meredith Reese.
No. 6. Dr. Reese's Improved Edition of Chambers's Educational Course.
Chamber's Educational Course.
Philadelphia: Sorin & Ball, 1846.
288 pp.
Notes: Title continues after author statement: For Use in Schools and for Private Instruction.
Illustrated.


Franklin Verzelius Newton Painter

Painter, F. V. N.
A HISTORY OF EDUCATION.
Revised, Enlarged, and Largely Rewritten.
International Education Series.
New York and London: D. Appleton and Company, 1915.
408 pp.
Notes:


Armando Palacio Valdés

Palacio Valdés, Armando.
JOSÉ.
Edited by Joseph W. Barlow; Illustrated by F. Marco.
New York: Prentice-Hall, Inc., 1932.
319 pp.
Notes: Edited with introduction, notes, exercises, and vocabulary.
Illustrated.
Includes portraits.


William Paley

Paley, William.
NATURAL THEOLOGY: OR, EVIDENCES OF THE EXISTENCE AND ATTRIBUTES OF THE DEITY COLLECTED FROM THE APPEARANCES OF NATURE.
Edited by John Ware.
New York: Sheldon & Company, 1854.
420 pp.
Notes: At head of title: Paley's Theology, with illustrations.
Title continues after author statement: Illustrated by the Plates, and by a Selection from the Notes of James Paxton.
With Additional Notes, Original and Selected, for This Edition and a Vocabulary of Scientific Terms.


Aaron Palmer

Palmer, Aaron.
A KEY TO THE ENDLESS, SELF-COMPUTING SCALE, SHOWING ITS APPLICATION TO THE DIFFERENT RULES OF ARITHMETIC, &C.
Boston: Smith & Palmer, 1844.
50 pp.
Notes: On cover: Key to Palmer's Computing Scale.


Horatio Richmond Palmer

Palmer, H. R.
PALMER'S CLASS METHOD OF TEACHING THE RUDIMENTS OF MUSIC.
Cincinnati, New York, and Chicago: The John Church Co., c1896.
326 pp.
Notes:


Joseph Howard Palmer

Palmer, Joseph H.
A TREATISE ON PRACTICAL BOOK-KEEPING AND BUSINESS TRANSACTIONS [;] EMBRACING THE SCIENCE OF ACCOUNTS AND THEIR EXTENSIVE APPLICATIONS. DESIGNED FOR COMMERCIAL CLASSES IN SCHOOLS, ACADEMIES, AND COLLEGES.
Fiftieth Edition, Revised.
New York: Sheldon and Company, 1872.
172 pp.
Notes: A schedule of stamp duties appended.
Advertisements following text.


Eugene Fred Parker and Arturo Torres Rioseco

Parker, Eugene F., and Arturo Torres Rioseco.
AN INTERMEDIATE SPANISH GRAMMAR AND COMPOSITION.
Boston, New York, Chicago, London, Atlanta, Dallas, Columbus, and San Francisco: Ginn and Company, c1928.
302 pp.
Notes:


Richard Green Parker

Parker, Richard Green.
A SCHOOL COMPENDIUM OF NATURAL AND EXPERIMENTAL PHILOSOPHY, EMBRACING THE ELEMENTARY PRINCIPLES OF MECHANICS, HYDROSTATICS, HYDRAULICS, PNEUMATICS, ACOUSTICS, PYRONOMICS, OPTICS, ELECTRICITY, GALVANISM, MAGNETISM, ELECTRO-MAGNETISM, MAGNETO-ELECTRICITY, AND ASTRONOMY. CONTAINING ALSO A DESCRIPTION OF THE STEAM AND LOCOMOTIVE ENGINES, AND OF THE ELECTRO-MAGNETIC TELEGRAPH.
New Edition, Corrected, Enlarged and Improved.
Parker's Natural and Experimental Philosophy.
New York: A. S. Barnes & Co.; Cincinnati: H. W. Derby, 1854.
470 pp.
Notes: Advertisements following text.


Richard Green Parker and James Madison Watson

Parker, Richard G., and J. Madison Watson.
THE NATIONAL PRONOUNCING SPELLER: EMBRACING A STRICTLY GRADED CLASSIFICATION OF THE PRIMITIVE, AND THE MORE IMPORTANT DERIVATIVE WORDS OF THE ENGLISH LANGUAGE, FOR ORAL SPELLING; NUMEROUS EXERCISES FOR WRITING FROM DICTATION; THE PRINCIPLES OF ORTHOEPY AND ORTHOGRAPHY; RULES FOR SPELLING; PREFIXES, AFFIXES, &C., &C.
National Series.
New York and Chicago: A. S. Barnes & Company, 1869.
188 pp.
Notes: Illustrated.
Advertisements following text.


Angelo Patri

Patri, Angelo.
THE PROBLEMS OF CHILDHOOD.
Edited by Clinton E. Carpenter; With an introduction by William McAndrew.
New York and London: D. Appleton and Company, c1926.
309 pp.
Notes: Includes bibliographical references, Index.


Calvin Patterson

Patterson, Calvin.
ADVANCED GRAMMAR AND ELEMENTS OF RHETORIC.
Patterson's Language Series.
New York and Chicago: Sheldon & Company, c1887.
399 pp.
Notes: On cover and spine: Patterson's Advanced Grammar and Elements of Rhetoric.

Patterson, Calvin.
THE AMERICAN WORD BOOK[:] GRADED LESSONS IN SPELLING, DEFINING, PUNCTUATION, AND DICTATION.
New York, Cincinnati, and Chicago: American Book Company, c1897.
192 pp.
Notes:

[Patterson, Calvin.]
PATTERSON'S COMMON SCHOOL SPELLER; CONTAINING A CHOICE SELECTION OF WORDS FOR PRACTICAL EXERCISES IN SPELLING, DEFINING, PRONUNCIATION, DICTATION, AND DISTINGUISHING SYNONYMS, ARRANGED TO FACILITATE WRITTEN EXERCISES IN SPELLING, AND ACCOMPANIED BY AN EXERCISE BOOK.
New York and Chicago: Sheldon and Company, c1882.
160 pp.
Notes: On cover: Patterson's Common School Speller.
Advertisements following text.


Frank Owen Payne

Payne, Frank Owen.
GEOGRAPHICAL NATURE STUDIES FOR PRIMARY WORK IN HOME GEOGRAPHY.
New York, Cincinnati, and Chicago: American Book Company, c1898.
144 pp.
Notes: Illustrated.


Andrew Preston Peabody

Peabody, Andrew P.
A MANUAL OF MORAL PHILOSOPHY. DESIGNED FOR COLLEGES AND HIGH SCHOOLS.
New York and Chicago: A. S. Barnes and Company, 1873.
225 pp.
Notes: Includes Index.
Advertisements following text.


Selim H. Peabody

Peabody, Selim H.
ELEMENTS OF ASTRONOMY: WRITTEN FOR THE MATHEMATICAL COURSE OF JOSEPH RAY, M.D.
New Edition.
Eclectic Educational Series.
New-York, Cincinnati, and Chicago: American Book Company, c1884.
353 pp.
Notes: Illustrated.
Includes maps, Index.


Thomas Peacock

Peacock, Rev. Thomas.
THE PRACTICAL MEASURER: CONTAINING THE USES OF LOGARITHMS, GUNTER'S SCALE, THE CARPENTER'S RULE, AND THE SLIDING RULE: THE BEST AND MOST APPROVED MODES OF DRAWING GEOMETRICAL FIGURES: THE DOCTRINE OF PLANE TRIGONOMETRY, AND ITS APPLICATION TO HEIGHTS AND DISTANCES: THE MENSURATION OF SUPERFICIES, SOLIDS, AND ARTIFICERS' WORK: AND THE METHODS OF SURVEYING, PLANNING, AND DIVIDING LAND. THE WHOLE ILLUSTRATED WITH A GREAT VARIETY OF EXAMPLES AND FIGURES, ADAPTED TO THE CAPACITIES OF YOUNG SCHOLARS, AND SUITED TO REAL BUSINESS.
Second Edition.
London: Printed for C. Cradock and W. Joy; York: Printed for Wilson and Son, 1810.
268 pp.
Notes: On cover of box: The Practical Measurer T. Peacock 1810.
Includes [8] folded leaves of plates.
Illustrated.


Cale Pelton

Pelton, C.
KEY TO PELTON'S NEW AND IMPROVED SERIES OF OUTLINE MAPS, CONTAINING ALL THE IMPORTANT GEOGRAPHICAL NAMES IN THE KNOWN WORLD, COMPRISING ITS CONTINENTS, ISLANDS, PENINSULAS, ISTHMUSES, CAPES, MOUNTAINS, ETC., TOGETHER WITH ITS OCEANS, SEAS, GULFS, BAYS, STRAITS, CHANNELS, SOUNDS, LAKES, AND RIVERS, ARRANGED IN VERSE FOR MUSICAL RECITATIONS; TO WHICH IS ADDED A BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF THE PRESENT STATE OF THE WORLD, CONFINED TO THE MOST INTERESTING AND CHARACTERISTIC MATTER.
Philadelphia: Sower & Barnes; Boston: Lemuel N. Ide, 1851.
192 pp.
Notes:


Robert F. Pennell

Pennell, R. F.
ROME, FROM THE EARLIEST TIMES DOWN TO 476 A. D.
Boston: John Allyn, 1878.
206 pp.
Notes: Advertisements following text.


James H. Penniman

Penniman, James H.
A GRADED LIST OF COMMON WORDS DIFFICULT TO SPELL.
Boston, U. S. A.: D. C. Heath & Co., 1899.
88 pp.
Notes:


Pennsylvania. Laws, Statutes, Etc.

[Pennsylvania. Laws, Statutes, Etc.]
THE COMMON SCHOOL LAWS OF PENNSYLVANIA, AND DECISIONS OF THE SUPERINTENDENT, WITH EXPLANATIONS, FORMS, ETC.
Revised and Arranged by J. P. Wickersham.
Harrisburg: B. Singerly, 1870.
276 pp.
Notes:


Hannah Avis Perdue and Florence E. La Victoire

Perdue, H. Avis, and Florence E. La Victoire.
LIGHTS TO LITERATURE[:] BOOK ONE, A FIRST READER.
Book One.
Chicago and New York: Rand, McNally & Company, c1898.
127 pp.
Notes: Illustrated.
Advertisements following text.


Henry Southwick Perkins

Perkins, H. S.
THE SONG ECHO: A COLLECTION OF COPYRIGHT SONGS, DUETS, TRIOS, AND SACRED PIECES, SUITABLE FOR PUBLIC SCHOOLS, JUVENILE CLASSES, SEMINARIES, AND THE HOME CIRCLE. INCLUDING AN EASY, CONCISE, AND SYSTEMATIC COURSE OF ELEMENTARY INSTRUCTION, WITH ATTRACTIVE EXERCISES.
Twelfth Edition.
Boston: Oliver Ditson & Co; New York: Charles H. Ditson & Co; Chicago: Lyon & Healy; San Francisco: McCurrie, Weber, & Co.; Cincinnati: Dobmeyer & Newhall; Philadelphia: J. E. Ditson & Co., 1871.
268 pp.
Notes: Some pieces with piano accompaniment.
"Elementary Instruction" (rudiments of music): pp. 5-35.
"Exercises, Rounds, &c.": pp. 36-8.
"Cantata for Children: Parting, or The Crown of Reward": pp. 257-64.
Includes Index.
Includes advertisement preceding and following text.


William Oscar Perkins

Perkins, W. O.
THE GOLDEN ROBIN, FOR THE USE OF JUVENILE CLASSES, PUBLIC SCHOOLS & SEMINARIES. PART I. MUSICAL NOTATION. PART II. ROUNDS AND EXERCISES ADAPTED TO PHYSICAL ACTION. PART III. A LARGE COLLECTION OF PIECES FOR GENERAL USE, AND VARIOUS OCCASIONS. PART IV. SACRED MUSIC.
Boston: Oliver Ditson & Company; New York: C. H. Ditson & Company, 1868.
224 pp.
Notes: song book.


William Oscar Perkins and H. S. Perkins

Perkins, W. O., and H. S. Perkins.
THE NIGHTINGALE; A CHOICE COLLECTION OF SONGS, CHANTS AND HYMNS, DESIGNED FOR THE USE OF JUVENILE CLASSES, PUBLIC SCHOOLS, AND SEMINARIES; CONTAINING ALSO A COMPLETE AND CONCISE SYSTEM OF ELEMENTARY INSTRUCTION.
Albany: Newcomb & Co., 1860.
216 pp.
Notes: song book.


William Perry

Perry, William.
THE ONLY SURE GUIDE TO THE ENGLISH TONGUE, OR, NEW PRONOUNCING SPELLING BOOK. UPON THE SAME PLAN AS PERRY'S ROYAL STANDARD ENGLISH DICTIONARY. TO WHICH IS ADDED, A LARGE COLLECTION OF MORAL TALES AND FABLES. FOR THE INSTRUCTION OF YOUTH.
Fifteenth Improved Edition, Carefully Revised, Corrected, and Illustrated With Several New Cuts; Thomas's Worcester Edition.
Worcester, Massachusetts: Isaiah Thomas, Jun., 1804.
180 pp.
Notes: "Advertisement to the First Edition; Advertisement to the Second Edition" on title page verso.
Book is in snapped box.
On cover of box: The Only Guide . . . English Tongue Wm. Perry 1804.

Perry, William.
THE ONLY SURE GUIDE TO THE ENGLISH TONGUE, OR, NEW PRONOUNCING SPELLING BOOK. UPON THE SAME PLAN AS PERRY'S ROYAL STANDARD ENGLISH DICTIONARY. TO WHICH IS ADDED, A LARGE COLLECTION OF MORAL TALES AND GABLES, FOR THE INSTRUCTION OF YOUTH.
Twenty-First Improved Edition, Newly Revised, Corrected, and Illustrated with Several Additional Cuts; Thomas's Worcester Edition.
Worcester, Massachusetts: Isaiah Thomas, Jun., 1817.
180 pp.
Notes: Illustrated.

[Perry, William.]
THE ORTHOEPICAL GUIDE TO THE ENGLISH TONGUE, BEING PERRY'S SPELLING-BOOK REVISED AND CORRECTED, WITH WALKER'S PRONUNCIATION PRECISELY APPLIED ON A NEW SCHEME. CONTAINING ALSO, MORAL LESSONS, FABLES, AND MUCH USEFUL MATTER FOR THE INSTRUCTION OF YOUTH.
Edited by Israel Alger.
Thomas's Improved Edition.
Alger's Perry Series.
Boston: Richardson and Lord, 1825.
168 pp.
Notes: This copy lacks pages 167-68.
Printed by J. H. A. Frost.
Illustrated.


George Morris Philips

Philips, George Morris.
NATION AND STATE[:] A TEXT-BOOK ON CIVIL GOVERNMENT.
Pennsylvania Edition.
Philadelphia: Christopher Sower Company, c1905.
252, 61 pp.
Notes: Appendix: The Government of the State of Pennsylvania."
"Useful Books on this Subject": pp. 11-2.
Illustrated.
Includes 8 leaves of plates, Index.


Albert Picket

Picket, A.
PICKET'S JUVENILE SPELLING BOOK, OR, ANALOGICAL PRONOUNCER OF THE ENGLISH LANGUAGE; CONFORMABLE TO THE STANDARD ORTHOGRAPHY OF JOHNSON, AND CLASSIC PRONUNCIATION OF WALKER; WITH APPROPRIATE DEFINITIONS AND READING LESSONS. COMPRISING A SYSTEMATIC, PROGRESSIVE, AND PRACTICAL COURSE OF INSTRUCTION FOR PRIMARY SCHOOLS.
Last Corrected Edition.
American School Class-Book, No. I.
New York: J. Milton Ferry, 1823.
214 pp.
Notes: Recommendations following text.


John Pierpont

Pierpont, John.
THE AMERICAN FIRST CLASS BOOK; OR, EXERCISES IN READING AND RECITATION: SELECTED PRINCIPALLY FROM MODERN AUTHORS OF GREAT BRITAIN AND AMERICA; AND DESIGNED FOR THE USE OF THE HIGHEST CLASS, IN PUBLIC AND PRIVATE SCHOOLS.
Stereotyped Edition.
Boston: Carter, Hendee & Co., 1835.
480 pp.
Notes:

Pierpont, John.
THE NATIONAL READER; A SELECTION OF EXERCISES IN READING AND SPEAKING, DESIGNED TO FILL THE SAME PLACE IN THE SCHOOLS OF THE UNITED STATES, THAT IS HELD IN THOSE OF GREAT BRITAIN BY THE COMPILATIONS OF MURRAY, SCHOTT, ENFIELD, MYLIUS, THOMPSON, EWING, AND OTHERS.
Boston: Richardson, Lord, and Holbrook; Hilliard, Gray, Little, and Wilkins, 1829.
276 pp.
Notes: This copy lacks pages 275-76.


James Pike

Pike, James.
THE COLUMBIAN ORTHOGRAPHER; OR, FIRST BOOK FOR CHILDREN. IN WHICH THE WORDS ARE METHODICALLY ARRANGED, RATIONALLY DIVIDED INTO SYLLABLES, AND ACCURATELY ACCENTED ACCORDING TO THE BEST AUTHORITIES. FOR THE USE OF SCHOOLS.
Edited by E. & J. White.
Stereotyped Edition.
Boston: R. P. & C. Williams, 1819.
168 pp.
Notes: This copy lacks pages 167-68.


Nicholas Pike

Pike, Nicolas.
A NEW AND COMPLETE SYSTEM OF ARITHMETICK, COMPOSED FOR THE USE OF THE CITIZENS OF THE UNITED STATES.
Edited by Nathaniel Lord.
Seventh Edition.
Boston: Thomas & Andrews, 1809.
300 pp.
Notes:


Stephen Pike

Pike, Stephen.
THE TEACHER'S ASSISTANT; OR, A SYSTEM OF PRACTICAL ARITHMETIC: WHEREIN THE SEVERAL RULES OF THAT USEFUL SCIENCE ARE ILLUSTRATED BY A VARIETY OF EXAMPLES, A LARGE PROPORTION OF WHICH ARE IN FEDERAL MONEY. THE WHOLE DESIGNED TO ABRIDGE THE LABOUR OF TEACHERS, AND TO FACILITATE THE INSTRUCTION OF YOUTH.
A New Edition, Revised, with corrections and additions by the author.
Philadelphia: M. Polock, 1854.
192 pp.
Notes:


Timothy Stone Pinneo

Pinneo, T. S.
PINNEO'S ANALYTICAL GRAMMAR OF THE ENGLISH LANGUAGE: DESIGNED FOR SCHOOLS.
Two Hundredth Edition, Improved.
Eclectic Educational Series.
Cincinnati: Wilson, Hinkle & Co.; Phil'a: Claxton, Remsen & Haffelfinger; New York: Clark & Maynard, 1859.
214 pp.
Notes:

Pinneo, T. S.
PINNEO'S PRIMARY GRAMMAR OF THE ENGLISH LANGUAGE, FOR BEGINNERS.
Stereotype Edition, Revised and Enlarged.
Eclectic Educational Series.
Cincinnati: Winthrop B. Smith & Co.; New York: Clark, Austin, Maynard & Co., 1854.
160 pp.
Notes:


Benn Pitman

Pitman, Benn.
THE MANUAL OF PHONOGRAPHY.
Cincinnati, O.: Phonographic Institute, 1860.
103 pp.
Notes: On cover: The Phonographic Manual.
Includes Index.

Pitman, Benn.
THE PHONOGRAPHIC READER.
Cincinnati, O.: Phonographic Institute, n.d.
Unpaginated.
Notes:


Pitman's Commercial Geography

PITMAN'S COMMERCIAL GEOGRAPHY OF THE WORLD.
London, Bath, and New York: Sir Isaac Pitman & Sons, Ltd., n.d.
264 pp.
Notes:


Karl Julius Ploetz

Ploetz, Dr. C.
EASY AND PRACTICAL FRENCH GRAMMAR.
Arranged for American Schools and Private Use by J. Noetroth.
Thirteenth Corrected Edition.
Boston: Schoenhof & Moeller; New York: Lee, Shepard & Dillingham; F. W. Christern, 1877.
199 pp.
Notes: On cover: Ploetz's Noeroth Easy French Method.
Advertisements following text.


Edgar Allen Poe

Poe, Edgar Allen.
THE GOLD BUG.
Edited by Theda Gildemeister; Illustrated by G. C. Widney.
The Canterbury Classics.
Chicago, New York, and London: Rand, McNally & Company, c1902.
111 pp.
Notes: "A Reading List": pp. 106-11.
Illustrated.
Includes maps.


Rebecca Smith Pollard

Pollard, Rebecca S.
POLLARD'S ADVANCED SPELLER.
New York, Cincinnati, and Chicago: American Book Company, c1897.
220 pp.
Notes:

Pollard, Rebecca S.
POLLARD'S SYNTHETIC SPELLER.
Chicago, Ill.: Western Publishing House, 1895.
100 pp.
Notes:


Alexander Pope

Pope, Alexander.
THE RAPE OF THE LOCK, AN ESSAY ON MAN AND EPISTLE TO DR. ARBUTHNOT.
Edited , with instruction and notes by Henry W. Boynton.
The Riverside Literature Series.
Boston, New York, Chicago, and San Francisco: Houghton Mifflin Company, 1901.
105 pp.
Notes:


Alexander Pope, Thomas Gray, and Oliver Goldsmith

[Pope, Alexander, Thomas Gray, and Oliver Goldsmith.]
POPE, GRAY, GOLDSMITH[:] SELECTED POEMS[:] ESSAY ON CRITICISM, ELEGY WRITTEN IN A COUNTRY CHURCHYARD, THE PROGRESS OF POESY, THE TRAVELLER, THE DESERTED VILLAGE.
Edited by George A. Watrous.
The Academy Classics.
Boston, New York, and Chicago: Allyn and Bacon, c1899.
131 pp.
Notes:


Ebenezer Porter

Porter, Ebenezer.
THE RHETORICAL READER; CONSISTING OF INSTRUCTIONS FOR REGULATING THE VOICE, WITH A RHETORICAL NOTATION, ILLUSTRATING INFLECTION, EMPHASIS, AND MODULATION; AND A COURSE OF RHETORICAL EXERCISES. DESIGNED FOR THE USE OF ACADEMIES AND HIGH-SCHOOLS.
One Hundredth Edition.
New York: Dayton & Newman, 1842.
304 pp.
Notes: Includes appendix.


Noah Porter

Porter, Noah.
THE ELEMENTS OF MORAL SCIENCE, THEORETICAL AND PRACTICAL.
New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1885.
574 pp.
Notes:


Nils Posse

Posse, Nils.
THE SPECIAL KINESIOLOGY OF EDUCATIONAL GYMNASTICS.
Boston: Lothrop, Lee & Shepard Co., c1894.
380 pp.
Notes: Title continues after author statement: With Two Hundred and Sixty-Seven Illustrations and an Analytic Chart.
Illustrated.
Includes folding chart in pocket.


Ella Marie Powers and Thomas Minard Balliet

Powers, Ella M., and Thomas M. Balliet.
FIFTH BOOK.
The Silver-Burdett Readers.
New York, Boston, and Chicago: Silver, Burdett and Company, c1906.
384 pp.
Notes: Illustrated.


Practical Mathematics

PRACTICAL MATHEMATICS[:] THEORY AND PRACTICE WITH MILITARY AND INDUSTRIAL APPLICATIONS.
Ed. Reginald Stevens Kimball.
Volume 1 (1-4; 6,7).
Dunellen, N. J.: National Educational Alliance, Inc., 1943.
448 (excluding pages 257-320) pp.
Each issue separately paginated.
Notes: No. 2 & 3 identified as "Course"; all others are identified as "Issue."
Contained in a binder with following on cover spine: "Vol. 1, Pages 1-443."


Mara L. Pratt

Pratt, Mara L.
AMERICAN HISTORY STORIES.
Vol. I.
Boston: Educational Publishing Co., c1888.
196 pp.
Notes:

Pratt, Mara L.
AMERICAN HISTORY STORIES.
Vol. III.
Boston: Educational Publishing Co., c1890.
157 pp.
Notes:

Pratt, Mara L.
AMERICAN HISTORY STORIES.
Vol. IV.
Boston: Educational Publishing Co., c1891.
178 pp.
Notes:


Waldo Selden Pratt

Pratt, Waldo Selden.
THE HISTORY OF MUSIC[:] A HANDBOOK AND GUIDE FOR STUDENTS.
New York: G. Schirmer, c1907.
685 pp.
Notes: Includes maps, music, portraits, Index.
Advertisements following text.


Charles Prentiss

[Prentiss, Charles.]
HISTORY OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA; WITH A BRIEF ACCOUNT OF SOME OF THE PRINCIPAL EMPIRES & STATES OF ANCIENT & MODERN TIMES. FOR THE USE OF SCHOOLS AND FAMILIES.
Second Edition, Corrected & Improved. . . . with Questions, Adapted to the History of the United States, and the Compendium of Empires and States.
Keene, N. H.: John Prentiss, 1821.
276 pp.
Notes: Title page lacks author statement.
This work has been attributed to William Sullivan and sometimes cataloged under Salma Hale.

[Prentiss, Charles.]
HISTORY OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA; WITH A BRIEF ACCOUNT OF SOME OF THE PRINCIPAL EMPIRES & STATES OF ANCIENT & MODERN TIMES. FOR THE USE OF SCHOOLS AND FAMILIES.
Edited by H. Wallis.
Stereotype Edition, Corrected and Improved: With Questions, Adapted to the History of the United States, and the Compendium of Empires and States.
Keene, N. H.: John Prentiss, stereotyped by H. Wallis, New York, 1823.
276 pp.
Notes: Title page lacks author statement.
This work has been attributed to William Sullivan. See Sabin 93554 ref. for a discussion of authorship. Also sometimes cataloged under Salma Hale
Illustrated.


Lyman Preston

Preston, Lyman.
PRESTON'S TREATISE ON BOOK-KEEPING: COMMON-SENSE GUIDE TO A COMMON-SENSE MIND. IN TWO PARTS. THE FIRST PART BEING ADAPTED TO THE USE OF RETAILERS, FARMERS, MECHANICS, AND COMMON SCHOOLS. THE SECOND PART BEING ARRANGED MORE PARTICULARLY FOR THE INSTRUCTION OF YOUNG MEN WHO CONTEMPLATE THE PURSUIT OF MERCANTILE BUSINESS. SHOWING THE METHOD OF KEEPING ACCOUNTS BY DOUBLE ENTRY. EMBRACING A VARIETY OF USEFUL FORMS AND RULES.
New-York: Collins & Brother; Huntington & Savage, 1848.
224, 40, 8 pp.
Notes: "The Book-keeper's Diploma; or, a Full and Lucid Treatise on the Equation of Payments."
"To the Public."


Fouqueau de Pussy

Pussy, Fouqueau de.
LE GRAND-PÈRE ET SES QUATRE PETITS-FILS.
Edited by Francis S. Williams.
Eleventh American Edition, Revised; Carefully Prepared for American Schools, and Furnished with Copious Notes.
Boston: Brewer and Tileston; Cleveland: Ingham & Bragg, 1854.
420 pp.
Notes:


John March Putnam

Putnam, J. M.
ENGLISH GRAMMAR, WITH AN IMPROVED SYNTAX. PART I. COMPREHENDING AT ONE VIEW WHAT IS NECESSARY TO BE COMMITTED TO MEMORY. PART II. CONTAINING A RECAPITULATION, WITH VARIOUS ILLUSTRATIONS AND CRITICAL REMARKS. DESIGNED FOR THE USE OF SCHOOLS.
Second Edition.
Concord: Jacob B. Moore, 1828.
180 pp.
Notes:


Rufus Putnam

Putnam, Rufus.
KEY TO THE AMERICAN COMMON-SCHOOL ARITHMETIC.
Boston: Tappan, Whittemore & Mason, 1849.
118 pp.
Notes:


Samuel Putnam

Putnam, Samuel.
SEQUEL TO THE ANALYTICAL READER: IN WHICH THE ORIGINAL DESIGN IS EXTENDED, SO AS TO EMBRACE AN EXPLANATION OF PHRASES AND FIGURATIVE LANGUAGE.
Portland: Shirley & Hyde; Boston: Hilliard, Gray, Little & Wilkins, 1828.
300 pp.
Notes:


Charles Putzel

Putzel, Charles.
COMMERCIAL PRECEDENTS SELECTED FROM THE COLUMN OF REPLIES AND DECISIONS OF THE NEW YORK JOURNAL OF COMMERCE. AN ESSENTIAL WORK OF REFERENCE FOR EVERY BUSINESS MAN.
Hartford, Conn.: American Publishing Company, 1891.
592 pp.
Notes:


Leypoldt Pylodet

Pylodet, L.
BEGINNER'S FRENCH READER[:] SHORT AND EASY PIECES IN PROSE AND VERSE WITH A COMPLETE VOCABULARY.
Nouvelle Édition Corrigée.
Premières Lectures.
New York: Henry Holt and Company; F. W. Christern; Boston: Carl Schoenhof, 1868.
235 pp.
Notes: Illustrated.


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