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Charles Henry Ralfe

Ralfe, C. H.
EXERCISE AND TRAINING.
No. 1.
Health Primers.
New York: D. Appleton and Company, 1879.
96 pp.
Notes: Volume taken from front cover of book.
Illustrated.


Albert Newton Raub

Raub, Albert N.
THE COMPLETE ARITHMETIC, COMBINING ORAL AND WRITTEN EXERCISES IN A NATURAL AND LOGICAL SYSTEM OF INSTRUCTION.
Philadelphia: Porter & Coates, c1877.
342 pp.
Notes: On cover: Raub's Complete Arithmetic.
Includes appendix.

Raub, Albert N.
THE COMPLETE ARITHMETIC, COMBINING ORAL AND WRITTEN EXERCISES IN A NATURAL AND LOGICAL SYSTEM OF INSTRUCTION.
Chicago and New York: The Werner Company, c1894.
356 pp.
Notes:

Raub, Albert N.
THE ELEMENTARY ARITHMETIC, ORAL AND WRITTEN.
Philadelphia: Porter & Coates, c1877.
164 pp.
Notes:

Raub, Albert N.
THE NEW NORMAL FIFTH READER.
The Werner Educational Series.
Chicago and New York: The Werner Company, c1894.
416 pp.
Notes: Illustrated.
Includes [2] leaves of plates.


Joseph Ray

Ray, Joseph.
PRIMARY ELEMENTS OF ALGEBRA, FOR COMMON SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES.
Revised Electrotype Edition.
Eclectic Educational Series.
New York, Cincinnati, and Chicago: American Book Company, c1894.
240 pp.
Notes: At head of title: New Elementary Algebra.
On cover: Ray's Mathematical Series.

Ray, Joseph.
RAY'S NEW HIGHER ARITHMETIC.
Revised Edition of the Higher Arithmetic.
Eclectic Educational Series.
Cincinnati and New York: Van Antwerp, Bragg & Co., c1880.
408 pp.
Notes: On cover: Ray's Mathematical Series.

Ray, Joseph.
RAY'S NEW HIGHER ARITHMETIC.
Revised Edition of the Higher Arithmetic.
Eclectic Educational Series.
New York, Cincinnati, and Chicago: American Book Company, c1880.
408 pp.
Notes: On cover: Ray's Mathematical Series.

Ray, Joseph.
RAY'S NEW INTELLECTUAL ARITHMETIC.
Eclectic Educational Series.
New York, Cincinnati, and Chicago: American Book Company, c1877.
140 pp.
Notes: Advertisements following text.

Ray, Joseph.
RAY'S NEW PRACTICAL ARITHMETIC.
A Revised Edition of the Practical Arithmetic.
Cincinnati and New York: Van Antwerp, Bragg & Co., c1877.
336 pp.
Notes: Illustrated.

Ray, Joseph.
RAY'S NEW PRIMARY ARITHMETIC FOR YOUNG LEARNERS.
Eclectic Educational Series.
Cincinnati and New York: Van Antwerp, Bragg & Co., c1877.
94 pp.
Notes:

Ray, Joseph.
RAY'S NEW PRIMARY ARITHMETIC FOR YOUNG LEARNERS.
Eclectic Educational Series.
New York, Cincinnati, and Chicago: American Book Company, c1877.
94 pp.
Notes: Advertisements following text.


Reading for Grades VII & VIII

READING FOR GRADES VII & VIII.
Series No. 3.
Nova Scotia School Series.
Halifax, N. S.: A. & W. Mackinlay, Limited, 1907.
174 pp.
Notes: Prescribed by the Council of Public Instruction for Use in the Schools of Nova Scotia.


The Reason Why: General Science

THE REASON WHY: GENERAL SCIENCE. A CAREFUL COLLECTION OF MANY HUNDREDS OF REASONS FOR THINGS WHICH, THOUGH GENERALLY BELIEVED, ARE IMPERFECTLY UNDERSTOOD. A BOOK OF CONDENSED SCIENTIFIC KNOWLEDGE FOR THE MILLION.
New York: Dick & Fitzgerald, 1870.
346 pp.
Notes: Advertisements following text.


Alonzo Reed and Edna Henry Lee Turpin

Reed, Alonzo, and Edna H. L. Turpin.
REED'S PRIMARY SPELLER.
New York: Charles E. Merrill Co., c1905.
128 pp.
Notes: Illustrated.


Hiram F. Reed

Reed, Hiram F.
HOW TO READ: A MANUAL OF ELOCUTION AND VOCAL CULTURE; DESIGNED AS A HELP TO STUDENTS OF ORATORY: WITH A CHOICE VARIETY OF SELECTIONS, BOTH POETRY AND PROSE, FOR PRACTICE AND DECLAMATION.
Philadelphia: Hiram F. Reed, 1883.
240 pp.
Notes: Illustrated.
Advertisements following text.


Edward Hartman Reisner

Reisner, Edward H.
THE EVOLUTION OF THE COMMON SCHOOL.
New York: The Macmillan Company, 1930.
590 pp.
Notes: Includes bibliographies.


Truman Rickard and Hiram Orcutt

Rickard, Truman, and Hiram Orcutt.
CLASS BOOK OF PROSE AND POETRY: CONSISTING OF SELECTIONS FROM THE BEST ENGLISH AND AMERICAN AUTHORS: DESIGNED AS EXERCISES IN PARSING; FOR THE USE OF COMMON SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES.
Revised and Enlarged Edition.
Boston: Robert S. Davis & Co., 1854.
144 pp.
Notes: Advertisements on title page verso and back cover.


John Clark Ridpath

Ridpath, John Clark.
HISTORY OF THE UNITED STATES, PREPARED ESPECIALLY FOR SCHOOLS: ON A NEW AND COMPREHENSIVE PLAN, EMBRACING THE FEATURES OF LYMAN'S HISTORICAL CHART.
Grammar School Edition.
Cincinnati, Philadelphia, Chicago, Memphis, and Atlanta: Jones Brothers & Co., 1878.
377 pp.
Notes: 2 copies.
Copy 1 lacks page 377.
Illustrated.
Includes maps, portraits, plates.


Frederic Herbert Ripley and Thomas Tapper

Ripley, Frederic H., and Thomas Tapper.
HARMONIC FIRST READER.
Natural Music Course.
New York, Cincinnati, and Chicago: American Book Company, c1903.
128 pp.
Notes: Illustrated.


Walter J. Risley

Risley, Walter J.
ALGEBRA[:] PART II. INSTRUCTION PAPER.
Chicago: American School of Correspondence, c1919.
119 pp.
Notes:


Frederic Louis Ritter

Ritter, Frederic Louis.
THE HISTORY OF MUSIC, FROM THE CHRISTIAN ERA TO THE PRESENT TIME.
The Student's History of Music.
Boston: Oliver Ditson Company, John C. Haynes & Co.; New York: C. H, Ditson & Co.; Chicago: Lyon & Healy; Phila.: J.E. Ditson & Co., c1883.
524 pp.
Notes: Musical illustrations.


William Robertson and Dugald Stewart

Robertson, Wm., and Dugald Stewart.
THE HISTORY OF THE DISCOVERY AND CONQUEST OF AMERICA.
Abridged. With a memoir of the author from that by Dugald Stewart.
New-York: Harper & Brothers, 1844.
551 pp.
Notes: Includes Index.


Horatio Nelson Robinson

Robinson, Horatio N.
ELEMENTS OF GEOMETRY, AND PLANE AND SPHERICAL TRIGONOMETRY; WITH NUMEROUS PRACTICAL PROBLEMS.
Robinson's Mathematical Series.
New York: Ivison, Phinney, Blakeman & Co.; Chicago: S. C. Griggs & Co., 1867.
383, 70 pp.
Notes: Appendix: Logarithmic Tables.

[Robinson, Horatio N.] ROBINSON'S PROGRESSIVE PRIMARY ARITHMETIC, FOR PRIMARY CLASSES IN PUBLIC AND PRIVATE SCHOOLS.
Edited by Daniel W. Fish.
Robinson's Mathematical Series.
New York and Chicago: Ivison, Blakeman, Taylor & Co., 1880.
80 pp.
Notes: Title page lacks author statement.
Illustrated.

[Robinson, Horatio N.] THE RUDIMENTS OF WRITTEN ARITHMETIC: CONTAINING SLATE AND BLACK-BOARD EXERCISES FOR BEGINNERS, AND DESIGNED FOR GRADED SCHOOLS.
Edited by Daniel W. Fish.
Robinson's Mathematical Series.
New York and Chicago: Ivison, Blakeman, Taylor & Co., c1877.
200 pp.
Notes: Title page lacks author statement.


James Robinson

Robinson, James.
A COMPEND OF BOOK-KEEPING BY SINGLE ENTRY; DESIGNED FOR THE USE OF SCHOOLS. CONTAINING FORMS ADAPTED TO THE BUSINESS OF RETAIL MERCHANTS, MECHANICS, AND FARMERS, ILLUSTRATED BY EXPLANATORY NOTES. ALSO FORMS OF NOTES, RECEIPTS, ORDERS, &C.
Stereotype Edition, with Improvements.
Boston: Hilliard, Gray, and Co., 1839.
various pagination.
Notes: Introduction, 5pp.; Day-Book, No. 1, 7 pp.; Cash-Book, 1 pp.; Ledger, No. 1, 5 pp.; Day-Book, No. 2, 2 pp.; Ledger, No. 2, 3 pp.; Forms, 2 pp.


James Harvey Robinson and Charles Austin Beard

Robinson, James Harvey, and Charles A. Beard.
OUTLINES OF EUROPEAN HISTORY[:] PART II[:] FROM THE SEVENTEENTH CENTURY TO THE PRESENT TIME.
Revised; to include the Great War, 1914-1918.
Boston, New York, Chicago, London, Atlanta, Dallas, Columbus, and San Francisco: Ginn and Company, c1919.
696 pp.
Notes: Includes supplement following text.
Illustrated.
Includes bibliographies portraits, maps, Index.

Robinson, James Harvey, and Charles A. Beard.
OUTLINES OF EUROPEAN HISTORY[:] PART II[:] FROM THE SEVENTEENTH CENTURY TO THE WAR OF 1914.
Boston, New York, Chicago, London, Atlanta, Dallas, Columbus, and San Francisco: Ginn and Company, c1916.
696 pp.
Notes: Includes supplement following text.
Illustrated.


George Frederick Root

Root, Geo. F.
THE FLOWER QUEEN; OR THE CORONATION OF THE ROSE. A CANTATA IN TWO PARTS, FOR THE USE OF SINGING CLASSES IN ACADEMIES, FEMALES SEMINARIES & HIGH SCHOOLS, ADAPTED ESPECIALLY FOR CONCERTS, ANNIVERSARIES, OR OTHER FESTIVE OCCASIONS, AND ALSO FOR THE SOCIAL CIRCLE. POETRY BY MISS FRANCES JANE CROSBY, A GRADUATE OF THE NEW YORK INSTITUTION FOR THE BLIND.
New York: Mason Brothers, 1852.
93, 8 pp.
Notes: "Supplement to the Flower Queen."
For women's voices and piano.
Advertisements following text.


Henry Enfield Roscoe

Roscoe, H. E.
ELEMENTARY CHEMISTRY[:] THE ATOMIC THEORY--CHEMICAL COMBINATION--COMBINING VOLUMES OF GASES--MOLECULAR WEIGHTS OF GASES--FLAME AND THE COMBUSTION OF HYDRO-CARBONS--LIQUIDS--MATTER--PROPERTIES OF GASES--PROPERTIES OF SOLUTIONS--VOLUME OF GASES--THE ELEMENTS.
Edited by L. Elliott Brookes.
Revised and Enlarged.
Chicago: Frederick J. Drake & Co., c1906.
276 pp.
Notes: Illustrated.


John Rose

Rose, John.
AN EXPLANATORY AND PRACTICAL ARITHMETIC, ADAPTED TO THE BUSINESS AND COMMERCE OF THE UNITED STATES; CONTAINING ALL THE MOST USEFUL PRACTICAL RULES OF THE SCIENCE.
Rose's New Arithmetic.
Philadelphia: William W. Walker, 1838.
180 pp.
Notes:


John Rowbotham

Rowbotham, J.
A PRACTICAL GRAMMAR OF THE FRENCH LANGUAGE.
Edited by F. M. J. Surault.
Third Edition.
Hallowell, Me.: Glazier, Masters, and Smith; Boston: S. G. Simpkins, 1841.
324 pp.
Notes: Title continues after author statement: With Alterations and Additions.


The Royal Crown Readers

THE ROYAL CROWN READERS (FOURTH BOOK).
Royal School Series.
Toronto: Thomas Nelson and Sons, Ltd., 1924.
250 pp.
Notes:


Noble Kibby Royse

Royse, N. K.
A MANUAL OF ENGLISH LITERATURE. DESIGNED FOR THE USE OF SCHOOLS OF ADVANCED GRADES.
Revised Edition.
Philadelphia: E. H. Butler & Co., c1881.
634 pp.
Notes:


Thomas Ruddiman

Ruddiman, Thomas.
THE RUDIMENTS OF THE LATIN TONGUE; OR, A PLAIN AND EASY INTRODUCTION TO LATIN GRAMMER: WHEREIN THE PRINCIPLES OF THE LANGUAGE ARE METHODICALLY DIGESTED, BOTH IN ENGLISH AND LATIN. WITH USEFUL NOTES AND OBSERVATIONS, EXPLAINING THE TERMS OF GRAMMAR, AND FURTHER IMPROVING ITS RULES.
The Twenty-Seventh Genuine Edition, Carefully Revised and Corrected.
New-York: Evert Duyckinck, 1821.
168 pp.
Notes:

Ruddiman, Thomas.
THE RUDIMENTS OF THE LATIN TONGUE; OR, A PLAIN AND EASY INTRODUCTION TO LATIN GRAMMAR: WHEREIN THE PRINCIPLES OF THE LANGUAGE ARE METHODICALLY DIGESTED, BOTH IN ENGLISH AND LATIN. WITH USEFUL NOTES AND OBSERVATIONS, EXPLAINING THE TERMS OF GRAMMAR, AND FURTHER IMPROVING ITS RULES.
Carefully revised and corrected from the latest Edinburgh edition.
New-York: Collins and Hannay, 1827.
168 pp.
Notes:


John Ruskin

Ruskin, John.
THE KING OF THE GOLDEN RIVER AND OTHER WONDER STORIES.
The Riverside Literature Series.
Boston, New York, and Chicago: Houghton Mifflin Company, c1898.
98 pp.
Notes: Ruskin, J. The King of the Golden River. -- Bj÷ornson, B. How the Cliff was Clad. -- Andersen, H. C. A Picture Book Without Pictures. Five Out of One Pod. -- Grimm, [W. C. and J. L. C.] The Poor Miller's Boy and the Cat. The Four Skilful Brothers. -- Scudder, H. E. Good and Bad Apples. The Happy Clothes-Dryer.


John Russell

Russell, John.
HISTORY OF FRANCE, FROM THE EARLIEST TIMES TO THE PRESENT DAY. ON THE BASIS OF SADLER'S HISTORY, AND ARRANGED FOR THE USE OF SCHOOLS, WITH QUESTIONS FOR THE EXAMINATION OF STUDENTS.
Philadelphia: Hogan & Thompson, 1839.
234 pp.
Notes: Title continues after author statement: With Numerous Engravings.
Founded on P. Sadler's "Walter Scott's history of France, in a series of tales of a grandfather. . . abridged and continued from the reign of Charles VI to the present day."
Illustrated.
Advertisements following text.

Russell, John.
A HISTORY OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, FROM THE PERIOD OF THE DISCOVERY TO THE PRESENT TIME: ARRANGED FOR THE USE OF SCHOOLS, WITH QUESTIONS FOR THE EXAMINATION OF STUDENTS.
Philadelphia: Hogan & Thompson, 1841.
252 pp.
Notes: Title continues after author statment: For the Use in Schools. With Numerous Engravings.
Illustrated.


William Russell

Russell, William.
PRIMARY READER: A SELECTION OF EASY READING LESSONS, WITH INTRODUCTORY EXERCISES IN ARTICULATION, FOR YOUNG CLASSES. DESIGNED TO FOLLOW THE SPELLING-BOOK, AND FORMING PART IV OF RUSSELL'S ELEMENTARY SERIES.
Improved Edition.
Boston: Tappan and Whittemore, 1847.
176 pp.
Notes:

Russell, William.
SPELLING-BOOK, OR SECOND COURSE OF LESSONS IN SPELLING AND READING. DESIGNED AS A SEQUEL TO THE AUTHOR'S 'PRIMER,' AND AN INTRODUCTION TO HIS 'PRIMARY READER;' AND FORMING PART II. OF A SERIES OF SPELLING AND READING BOOKS FOR PRIMARY AND COMMON SCHOOLS.
Boston: Charles Tappan, 1844.
160 pp.
Notes:

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