Walker Collection:
Textbooks Catalog, "W"

This file contains 79 entries. All entries are arranged by main entry, title, and date of publication.


John E. Wade

Wade, John E.
THE MATHEMATICAL VELOCIPEDE; OR, INSTANTANEOUS METHOD OF COMPUTING NUMBERS.
S.l.: S.n., 1869.
120 pp.
Notes:

Wade, John E.
THE MATHEMATICAL VELOCIPEDE; OR, INSTANTANEOUS METHOD OF COMPUTING NUMBERS.
New York: Russell Brothers, 1871.
144 pp.
Notes:

Wade, John E.
THE MERCHANTS & MECHANICS' COMMERCIAL ARITHMETIC; OR, INSTANTANEOUS METHOD OF COMPUTING NUMBERS.
New York: Russel Brothers, 1873.
144 pp.
Notes:


Amasa Walker

Walker, Amasa.
THE SCIENCE OF WEALTH: A MANUAL OF POLITICAL ECONOMY, EMBRACING THE LAWS OF TRADE CURRENCY AND FINANCE. CONDENSED AND ARRANGED FOR POPULAR READING AND USE AS A TEXT-BOOK.
Fourth Edition.
Philadelphia: J. B. Lippincott & Co., 1872.
455 pp.
Notes: On cover: Students Edition.


John Walker

[Walker, John.]
ATLAS TO WALKER'S GEOGRAPHY.
London: Vernor and Hood; Darton and Harvey; Longman and Rees; H. D. Symonds; Cuthell and Martin; J. Walker; Wynne and Scholey; W. Otridge and Son; T. Hurst; This copy lackston, Allen, and Co.; R. Lea; Ogilvey and Son; J. Scatcherd; J. Mathews; Crosby and Letterman; R. Faulder; G. Kearsley; C. Law; W. Baynes, 1802.
Unpaginated.
Notes: On cover: Walker's Atlas.
23 folded leaves of plates: all maps by William Darton.
General chart on Mercator's projection -- Europe -- England and Wales - Scotland -- Ireland -- Sweden, Denmark, Norway and Finland -- Northern part of Russia in Europe -- Southern part of Russia in Europe -- Poland -- Germany -- Switzerland -- Seven United Provinces -- Netherlands -- France -- Spain & Portugal -- Italy -- Turkey in Europe and Hungary -- Asia -- Hindoostan or India -- Africa -- West Indies -- North America -- South America.


Timothy Walker

Walker, T.
ELEMENTS OF GEOMETRY, WITH PRACTICAL APPLICATIONS, FOR THE USE OF SCHOOLS.
Stereotype Edition.
Philadelphia: James Kay, Jun. & Brother; Pittsburgh: C. H. Kay & Co., 1839.
132 pp.
Notes: On cover: Walker's Geometry.
6 folding plates of geometric figures following text.


Francis Walkinghame

Walkinghame, Francis.
THE TUTOR'S ASSISTANT: BEING A COMPENDIUM OF ARITHMETIC, AND A COMPLETE QUESTION BOOK.
New Edition, Much Corrected.
Leeds: Binns and Brown, 1800.
180 pp.
Notes:


Michael Walsh

Walsh, Michael.
A NEW SYSTEM OF MERCANTILE ARITHMETIC; ADAPTED TO THE COMMERCE OF THE UNITED STATES, IN ITS DOMESTIC AND FOREIGN RELATIONS; WITH FORMS OF ACCOUNTS, AND OTHER WRITINGS USUALLY OCCURRING IN TRADE.
First Northampton, From the Third Newburyport Edition.
Northampton: S. & E. Butler, 1807.
274 pp.
Notes: On cover: Walsh's Arithmetic.


George Augustus Walton

Walton, G. A.
A WRITTEN ARITHMETIC, FOR COMMON AND HIGHER SCHOOLS; TO WHICH IS ADAPTED A COMPLETE SYSTEM OF REVIEWS, IN THE FORM OF DICTATION EXERCISES.
Electrotyped Edition.
Boston: Brewer and Tileston; New York: J. W. Schermerhorn & Co., 1873.
348 pp.
Notes: On cover: Walton's Written Arithmetic.
Edition statement taken from bottom of title page verso.


David M. Warren

Warren, D. M.
AN ELEMENTARY TREATISE ON PHYSICAL GEOGRAPHY, TO WHICH IS ADDED A BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF THE PHYSICAL PHENOMENA OF THE UNITED STATES.
Revised, electrotyped edition.
Edited by A. von Steinwehr.
Philadelphia: Cowperthwait & Co., c1873.
116 pp.
Notes: On cover: Warren's New Physical Geography.
Illustrated.
Includes maps.

[Warren, D. M.]
WARREN'S COMMON-SCHOOL GEOGRAPHY.
Revised Edition; New England Edition.
Philadelphia: E. H. Butler & Co., c1887.
133, 35 pp.
Notes: "A Special Geography of the New England States."


Charles Waterhouse

Waterhouse, Charles.
ARITHMETICAL SPYGLASS AND TEACHER'S ASSISTANT, INTENDED AS A KEY AND SUPPLEMENT TO THE DIFFERENT WORKS ON ARITHMETIC. FOR THE USE OF SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES.
Second Edition, Revised and Enlarged.
Portland: Waterhouse & Co.; Wm. Hyde; R. H. Sherburne; Day, Lyon & Co.; H. J. Little & Co.; S. H. Colesworthy, 1842.
166 pp.
Notes: "Contents" following text.
Illustrated.


Bruce Mervellon Watson and Charles Edward White

Watson, Bruce M., and Charles E. White.
MODERN INTERMEDIATE ARITHMETIC.
Boston, New York, and Chicago: D. C. Heath & Co., c1918.
254, 24 pp.
Notes: "Answers to Watson and White's Modern Intermediate Arithmetic."
Illustrated.
Includes Index.


James Madison Watson

Watson, J. Madison.
INDEPENDENT ELEMENTARY SPELLER[:] A CRITICAL WORK ON PRONUNCIATION; EMBRACING A STRICTLY GRADED CLASSIFICATION OF THE PRIMITIVE AND THE MORE IMPORTANT DERIVATIVE WORDS OF THE ENGLISH LANGUAGE, FOR ORAL SPELLING; EXERCISES FOR WRITING FROM DICTATION; PREFIXES, AFFIXES, ETC., ETC.
New York, Cincinnati, and Chicago: American Book Company, c1899.
160 pp.
Notes: Advertisements following text.


Edward Harlan Webster

Webster, Edward Harlan.
DAILY DRILLS FOR BETTER ENGLISH.
Yonkers-on-Hudson, New York: World Book Company, 1931.
388 pp.
Notes: "Chart for Drill and Correction" on back lining-papers.


Epinetus Webster

Webster, E.
THE PHONOGRAPHIC TEACHER: BEING AN INDUCTIVE EXPOSITION OF PHONOGRAPHY, INTENDED AS A SCHOOL BOOK, AND TO AFFORD COMPLETE AND THOROUGH INSTRUCTION TO THOSE WHO HAVE NOT THE ASSISTANCE OF AN ORAL TEACHER.
New York: Fowlers and Wells, 1853.
112 pp.
Notes: Engraved pages following text.
Advertisements following engraved pages.

Webster, E.
THE PHONOGRAPHIC TEACHER: BEING AN INDUCTIVE EXPOSITION OF PHONOGRAPHY, INTENDED AS A SCHOOL BOOK, AND TO AFFORD COMPLETE AND THOROUGH INSTRUCTION TO THOSE WHO HAVE NOT THE ASSISTANCE OF AN ORAL TEACHER.
Edited by Andrew J. Graham.
Revised edition.
New York: Fowlers and Wells, 1856.
112 pp.
Notes: Advertisements following text.


Noah Webster

Webster, Noah.
AN AMERICAN SELECTION OF LESSONS IN READING AND SPEAKING. CALCULATED TO IMPROVE THE MINDS AND REFINE THE TASTE OF YOUTH. TO WHICH ARE PREFIXED RULES IN ELOCUTION, AND DIRECTIONS FOR EXPRESSING THE PRINCIPAL PASSIONS OF THE MIND.
A New Edition.
New-Haven: I. Beers & Co.; I. Cooke & Co., 1804.
225 pp.
Notes:

Webster, Noah.
AN AMERICAN SELECTION OF LESSONS IN READING AND SPEAKING. CALCULATED TO IMPROVE THE MINDS AND REFINE THE TASTE OF YOUTH. TO WHICH ARE PREFIXED RULES IN ELOCUTION, AND DIRECTIONS FOR EXPRESSING THE PRINCIPAL PASSIONS OF THE MIND.
Cushing and Appleton's Edition.
Salem: Cushing and Appleton, 1805.
260 pp.
Notes: Advertisements following text.

Webster, Noah.
ELEMENTARY SPELLING BOOK[:] BEING AN IMPROVEMENT ON THE AMERICAN SPELLING BOOK.
Revised Edition.
New York: D. Appleton & Co., c1880.
174 pp.
Notes: On cover: The National Standard.
This copy lacks pages 173-74.
Illustrated.

Webster, Noah.
INSTRUCTIVE AND ENTERTAINING LESSONS FOR YOUTH; WITH RULES FOR READING WITH PROPRIETY, ILLUSTRATED BY EXAMPLES. DESIGNED FOR THE USE IN SCHOOLS AND FAMILIES.
New-Haven: S. Babcock; Durrie & Peck, 1835.
252 pp.
Notes: On cover: Lessons for Youth.
Illustrated.

Webster, Noah.
THE PROMPTER; OR A COMMENTARY ON COMMON SAYINGS AND SUBJECTS, WHICH ARE FULL OF COMMON SENSE, THE BEST SENSE IN THE WORLD.
Fifth Edition.
Boston: I. Thomas and E. T. Andrews, 1797.
84 pp.
Notes: Edition and Author taken from OCLC.

Webster, Noah.
VALUE OF THE BIBLE, AND EXCELLENCE OF THE CHRISTIAN RELIGION: FOR THE USE OF FAMILIES AND SCHOOLS.
First Edition.
New Haven: Durrie & Peck, 1834.
180 pp.
Notes: Edition taken from OCLC.


Noah Webster, Jun.

Webster, Noah, Jun.
AN AMERICAN SELECTION OF LESSONS IN READING AND SPEAKING. CALCULATED TO IMPROVE THE MINDS AND REFINE THE TASTE OF YOUTH. TO WHICH ARE PREFIXED RULES IN ELOCUTION, AND DIRECTIONS FOR EXPRESSING THE PRINCIPAL PASSIONS OF THE MIND. BEING THE THIRD PART OF A GRAMMATICAL INSTITUTE OF THE ENGLISH LANGUAGE.
The Seventeenth Edition.
Hartford: Hudson and Goodwin, 1802.
240 pp.
Notes: Date taken from OCLC.

Webster, Noah, Jun.
AN AMERICAN SELECTION OF LESSONS IN READING AND SPEAKING. CALCULATED TO IMPROVE THE MINDS AND REFINE THE TASTE OF YOUTH AND ALSO TO INSTRUCT THEM IN THE GEOGRAPHY, HISTORY AND POLITICS OF THE UNITED STATES. TO WHICH ARE PREFIXED, RULES IN ELOCUTION, AND DIRECTIONS FOR EXPRESSING THE PRINCIPAL PASSIONS OF THE MIND. -- BEING THE THIRD PART OF A GRAMMATICAL INSTITUTE OF THE ENGLISH LANGUAGE. TO WHICH IS NOW ADDED, AN APPENDIX, CONTAINING SEVERAL NEW DIALOGUES.
Thomas and Andrews' Fifth Edition. With many Corrections and Improvements.
Boston: Isaiah Thomas and Ebenezer T. Andrews, 1794.
239 pp.
Notes: Includes portraits.

Webster, Noah, jun.
AN AMERICAN SELECTION OF LESSONS IN READING AND SPEAKING; CALCULATED TO IMPROVE THE MINDS AND REFINE THE TASTE OF YOUTH. AND ALSO TO INSTRUCT THEM IN THE GEOGRAPHY, HISTORY AND POLITICS OF THE UNITED STATES. TO WHICH ARE PREFIXED, RULES IN ELOCUTION, AND DIRECTIONS FOR EXPRESSING THE PRINCIPAL PASSIONS OF THE MIND. BEING THE THIRD PART OF A GRAMMATICAL INSTITUTE OF THE ENGLISH LANGUAGE. TO WHICH IS NOW ADDED, AN APPENDIX, CONTAINING SEVERAL NEW DIALOGUES.
Newburyport: Edward Little & Co., 1811.
240 pp.
Notes:

Webster, Noah, Jun.
ELEMENTS OF USEFUL KNOWLEDGE. VOLUME II. CONTAINING A HISTORICAL AND GEOGRAPHICAL ACCOUNT OF THE UNITED STATES. FOR THE USE OF SCHOOLS.
Fourth Edition.
Hartford: Hudson and Goodwin, 1813.
224 pp.
Notes: Appendix: The Farewell Address of George Washington.


William Greenleaf Webster

Webster, William G.
A SEQUEL TO WEBSTER'S ELEMENTARY SPELLING BOOK: OR A SPELLER AND DEFINER; CONTAINING A SELECTION OF 12,000 OF THE MOST USEFUL WORD IN THE ENGLISH LANGUAGE, WITH THEIR DEFINITIONS: INTENDED TO BE USED AS A SPELLING BOOK AND A DICTIONARY.
The Sixth Hundred Thousand; Revised and Improved Edition.
Louisville, Ky.: John P. Morton & Co., 1845.
172 pp.
Notes: On cover: Webster in the Ascendant!!
Advertisements following text.


William H. Weick and Constantin Grebner

Weick, W. H., and C. Grebner.
DEUTSCHES DRITTES LESEBUCH FÜR AMERIKANISCHE SCHULEN.
Eclectic German Thrid Reader.
New-York, Cincinnati, and Chicago: American Book Company, c1886.
191 pp.
Notes: Illustrated.

Weick, W. H., and C. Grebner.
DEUTSCHES ZWEITES LESEBUCH FÜR AMERIKANISCHE SCHULEN.
Eclectic German Thrid Reader.
New-York, Cincinnati, and Chicago: American Book Company, c1886.
144 pp.
Notes:


Adonijah Strong Welch

Welch, A. S.
OBJECT LESSONS: PREPARED FOR TEACHERS OF PRIMARY SCHOOLS AND PRIMARY CLASSES.
New York: A. S. Barnes & Burr, 1862.
173 pp.
Notes: Illustrated.
Advertisements following text.


Oliver Welch

Welch, Oliver.
THE AMERICAN ARITHMETIC, ADAPTED TO THE CURRENCY OF THE UNITED STATES. TO WHICH IS ADDED A CONCISE TREATISE ON THE MENSURATION OF PLANES AND SOLIDS. COMPILED FOR THE USE OF SCHOOLS, &C.
Fifth Edition.
Exeter: Gerrish & Tyler, 1826.
227 pp.
Notes: Title page mutilated; publisher statement taken from OCLC.
Table of Contents following text.

Welch, Oliver.
WELCH'S IMPROVED AMERICAN ARITHMETIC, ADAPTED TO THE CURRENCY OF THE UNITED STATES. TO WHICH IS ADDED A CONCISE TREATISE ON THE MENSURATION OF PLANES AND SOLIDS.
Portland, Me.: Sanborn & Carter, 1846.
228 pp.
Notes: Title continues after author statement: Improved and Illustrated with Questions Adapted to the Rules, for the Use of Schools and Academies.
Illustrated.
Includes diagrams.

Welch, Oliver.
WELCH'S IMPROVED AMERICAN ARITHMETIC, ADAPTED TO THE CURRENCY OF THE UNITED STATES. TO WHICH IS ADDED A CONCISE TREATISE ON THE MENSURATION OF PLANES AND SOLIDS.
Portland, Me.: Sanborn & Carter, 1848.
250 pp.
Notes: Front cover shows publication date as 1848. Title page is dated 1846.


William Michael Welch

Welch, W. M.
HOW TO ORGANIZE, CLASSIFY AND TEACH A COUNTRY SCHOOL.
Chicago and Omaha: W. M. Welch, c1886.
107 pp.
Notes:


Allen Hayden Weld

Weld, Allen H.
PARSING BOOK, CONTAINING RULES OF SYNTAX, AND MODELS FOR ANALYZING AND TRANSPOSING. TOGETHER WITH SELECTIONS OF PROSE AND POETRY FROM WRITERS OF STANDARD AUTHORITY.
Fiftieth Edition.
Buffalo: Phinney & Co., 1850.
111 pp.
Notes: Index following text.
The front cover shows "48th Edition."

Weld, Allen H.
WELD'S PROGRESSIVE ENGLISH GRAMMAR, ILLUSTRATED WITH COPIOUS EXERCISES IN ANALYSIS, PARSING, AND COMPOSITION, ADAPTED TO SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES OF EVERY GRADE.
Portland: Bailey & Noyes; Ogdensburgh, N. Y.: H. F. Lawrence, 1859.
238 pp.
Notes:


David Ames Wells

Wells, David A.
THE SCIENCE OF COMMON THINGS; A FAMILIAR EXPLANATION OF THE FIRST PRINCIPLES OF PHYSICAL SCIENCE. FOR SCHOOLS, FAMILIES, AND YOUNG STUDENTS. ILLUSTRATED WITH NUMEROUS ENGRAVINGS.
New York: Ivison, Phinney & Co.; Chicago: S. C. Griggs & Co.; Boston: Brown, Taggard & Chase; Philadelphia: Sower, Barnes & Co., and J. B. Lippincott & Co.; Cincinnati: Moore, Wilstach, Keys & Co.; Savannah: J. M. Cooper & Co.; St. Louis: Keith & Woods; New Orleans: Bloomfield, Steel & Co.; Detroit: F. Raymond & Co., 1860.
323 pp.
Notes:


Samuel R. Wells

[Wells, Samuel R.]
HOW TO TALK: A POCKET MANUAL OF CONVERSATION, AND DEBATING; WITH DIRECTIONS FOR ACQUIRING A GRAMMATICAL, EASY, AND GRACEFUL STYLE. EMBRACING THE ORIGIN OF LANGUAGE; A CONDENSED HISTORY OF THE ENGLISH LANGUAGE [;] A PRACTICAL EXPOSITION OF THE PARTS OF SPEECH, AND THEIR MODIFICATIONS AND ARRANGEMENT IN SENTENCES; HINTS ON PRONUNCIATION [;] THE ART OF CONVERSATION; DEBATING; READING; AND BOOKS. WITH MORE THAN FIVE HUNDRED ERRORS IN SPEAKING CORRECTED.
Hand-Books for Home Improvement--No. 11.
New York: Fowler & Wells, 1882.
156 pp.
Notes: Advertisements following text.


George Albert Wentworth

Wentworth, G. A.
THE FIRST STEPS IN ALGEBRA.
Boston, New York, Chicago, and London: Ginn & Company, 1894.
194 pp.
Notes: Advertisements following text.


Arnold Werner-Spanhoofd

Werner-Spanhoofd, Arnold.
LEHRBUCH DER DEUTSCHEN SPRACHE[:] A PRACTICAL COURSE IN GERMAN FOR HIGH SCHOOL ACADEMY OR COLLEGE.
Chicago Edition.
Heath's Modern Language Series.
Boston, U. S. A.: D. C. Heath & Co., 1910.
316 pp.
Notes: Edition statement taken from front cover.


Richard Whately

Whately, Richard.
ELEMENTS OF RHETORIC. COMPRISING THE SUBSTANCE OF THE ARTICLE IN THE ENCYCLOPEDIA METROPOLITANA: WITH ADDITIONS, &C.
Cambridge: Brown, Shattuck, and Company; Boston: Hilliard, Gray & Co., 1833.
347 pp.
Notes: On cover: Whately's Rhetoric.


Samuel Whelpley

Whelpley, Samuel.
A COMPEND OF HISTORY, FROM THE EARLIEST TIMES; COMPREHENDING A GENERAL VIEW OF THE PRESENT STATE OF THE WORLD, WITH RESPECT TO CIVILIZATION, RELIGION, AND GOVERNMENT; AND A BRIEF DISSERTATION ON THE IMPORTANCE OF HISTORICAL KNOWLEDGE.
Edited by Rev. Joseph Emerson.
With Corrections and Important Additions and Improvements.
Two Volumes in One.
New York: Robert B. Collins, 1825.
218; 285, 69, 12 pp.
Notes: "Questions Adapted to Whelpley's Compend of History," Vol. 2, 1-69 and "Valuable Works Published by Robert B. Collins" Vol. 2, 1-12 follow main text.


Emerson Elbridge White

White, E. E.
A COMPLETE ARITHMETIC, UNITING MENTAL AND WRITTEN EXERCISES IN A NATURAL SYSTEM OF INSTRUCTION.
White's Graded-School Series.
Cincinnati and New York: Wilson, Hinkle & Co., 1870.
312 pp.
Notes: Illustrated.


John Williams White

White, John Williams.
THE FIRST GREEK BOOK.
Boston, U. S. A.; London: Ginn & Company, 1898.
292 pp.
Notes: "March of the Ten Thousand Greeks" map preceding the title page.
Vocabulary Index following text.
Advertisements following vocabulary index section.

White, John Williams.
A SERIES OF FIRST LESSONS IN GREEK: ADAPTED TO GOODWIN'S GREEK GRAMMAR, AND DESIGNED AS AN INTRODUCTION EITHER TO GOODWIN'S GREEK READER, OR TO HIS SELECTIONS FROM XENOPHON AND HERODOTUS, OR TO THE ANABASIS OF XENOPHON.
Boston: Ginn Brothers, 1876.
208 pp.
Notes: Vocabularies following text.
Advertisements following vocabularies section.


William Dwight Whitney

Whitney, William D.
A GERMAN READER IN PROSE AND VERSE WITH NOTES AND VOCABULARY.
New York: Henry Holt and Company, 1870.
523 pp.
Notes: Advertisements following text.


James Morris Whiton

Whiton, James Morris.
A HANDBOOK OF EXERCISES AND READING LESSONS FOR BEGINNERS IN LATIN, PROGRESSIVELY ILLUSTRATED BY GRAMMATICAL REFERENCES.
Boston and Cambridge: James Munroe and Company, 1860.
244 pp.
Notes:


Augustus S. Wilkins

Wilkins, A. S.
ROMAN LITERATURE.
Literature Primers.
London: Macmillan and Co., Limited, c1928.
130 pp.
Notes: Advertisements following text.


William Cleaver Wilkinson

Wilkinson, William Cleaver.
PREPARATORY GREEK COURSE IN ENGLISH.
Forty-Fifth Thousand, Revised Edition.
The After-School Series.
New York: Chautauqua Press, 1887.
303 pp.
Notes: Illustrated.
Includes maps.
Advertisements following text.


Emma Willard

Willard, Emma.
ABRIDGED HISTORY OF THE UNITED STATES; OR, REPUBLIC OF AMERICA.
Philadelphia: A. S. Barnes & Co.; New York: Pratt, Woodford & Co., 1844.
336 pp.
Notes: Illustrated.
Includes maps.

Willard, Emma.
GUIDE TO THE TEMPLE OF TIME; AND UNIVERSAL HISTORY, FOR SCHOOLS.
Willard's Historic Guide.
New York: A. S. Barnes & Company; Cincinnati: H. W. Derby & Co., 1849.
110 pp.
Notes: Includes maps, folding chart.


Henry Llewellyn Williams

Williams, Henry L.
DE WITT'S PERFECT ORATOR. COMPRISING A GREAT NUMBER OF READINGS, RECITATIONS, DIALOGUES AND HARANGUES, FROM THE MOST CELEBRATED TRAGEDIES, POEMS AND SPEECHES. ADDED TO WHICH ARE VERY CAREFULLY COMPOSED PREFATORY REMARKS; HISTORICAL, EXPLANATORY AND INSTRUCTIVE. TOGETHER WITH A NUMBER OF USEFUL SUGGESTIONS AS TO THE STAGE ARRANGEMENTS, MAKING THE COSTUMES, SCENERY, ETC., ETC.
New York: Robert M. De Witt, 1872.
192 pp.
Notes: Illustrated.
Advertisements following text.

[Williams, Henry L.]
WEBSTER'S RECITER; OR, ELOCUTION MADE EASY. PLAINLY SHOWING THE PROPER ATTITUDES OF THE FIGURE, THE VARIOUS EXPRESSIONS OF THE FACE, AND THE DIFFERENT INFLEXIONS AND MODULATIONS OF THE VOICE. CLEARLY EXPLAINED BY NUMEROUS ENGRAVINGS. ALSO CONTAINING CHOICE SELECTIONS OF THE MOST THRILLING, PASSIONATE, HEROIC, AND PATRIOTIC SPEECHES AND POEMS, WITH APPROPRIATE INSTRUCTIONS TO ENABLE THE LEARNER TO FIT HIMSELF FOR EITHER THE STAGE, THE BAR, THE FORUM, OR THE PULPIT. BY THE AUTHOR OF "WEBSTER'S PRACTICAL LETTER WRITER."
New York: Robert M. De Witt, 1870.
192 pp.
Notes: Includes plates.


Sherman Williams

Williams, Sherman.
CHOICE LITERATURE[:] BOOK TWO, FOR GRAMMAR GRADES.
Edited by Sherman Williams.
New York, Cincinnati, and Chicago: American Book Company, c1898.
506 pp.
Notes: At head of title: A Series Intended to Create and Foster a Taste for Good Reading.
Advertisements following text.


Marcius Willson

Willson, Marcius.
THE SIXTH READER OF THE UNITED STATES SERIES; EMBRACING, IN BRIEF, THE PRINCIPLES OF RHETORIC, CRITICISM, ELOQUENCE, AND ORATORY, AS APPLIED TO BOTH PROSE AND POETRY. THE WHOLE ADAPTED TO ELOCUTIONARY INSTRUCTION.
Harper's United States Readers.
New York: Harper & Brothers, 1873.
372 pp.
Notes: Illustrated.
Includes Index.

Willson, Marcius.
HISTORY OF THE UNITED STATES, FOR THE USE OF SCHOOLS. TO WHICH IS ADDED AN ACCOMPANIMENT TO THE COMPREHENSIVE CHART OF AMERICAN HISTORY WITH DIRECTIONS FOR USING, &C.
Fourteenth Thousand.
New York: Mark H. Newman & Co., 1849.
374 pp.
Notes: Illustrated.
Includes maps.

Willson, Marcius.
OUTLINES OF HISTORY; ILLUSTRATED BY NUMEROUS GEOGRAPHICAL AND HISTORICAL NOTES AND MAPS: EMBRACING PART I.- ANCIENT HISTORY. PART II.- MODERN HISTORY. PART III.- OUTLINES OF THE PHILOSOPHY OF HISTORY.
University Edition.
New York: Ivison & Phinney; Chicago: S. C. Griggs & Co.; Buffalo: Phinney & Co.; Auburn: J. C. Ivison & Co.; Detroit: A. McFarren; Cincinnati: Moore, Anderson & Co., 1854.
845 pp.
Notes: Index following text.
Illustrated.
Includes maps.

Willson, Marcius.
WILLSON'S LARGER SPELLER. A PROGRESSIVE COURSE OF LESSONS IN SPELLING, ARRANGED ACCORDING TO THE PRINCIPLES OF ORTHOEPY AND GRAMMAR, WITH EXERCISES IN SYNONYMS, FOR READING, SPELLING, AND WRITING; AND A NEW SYSTEM OF DEFINITIONS.
Harper's School and Family Series.
New York: Harper & Brothers, 1864.
168 pp.
Notes: Illustrated.

Willson, Marcius.
WILLSON'S PRIMARY SPELLER. A SIMPLE AND PROGRESSIVE COURSE OF LESSONS IN SPELLING, WITH READING AND DICTATION EXERCISES, AND THE ELEMENTS OF ORAL AND WRITTEN COMPOSITIONS.
Harper's School and Family Series.
New York: Harper & Brothers, 1863.
80 pp.
Notes:


Charles Frederick Wingate

Wingate, Charles F.
WHAT SHALL OUR BOYS DO FOR A LIVING?
New York: The Doubleday & McClure Company, 1898.
287 pp.
Notes: 2 copies.


Ezra S. Winslow

Winslow, E. S.
THE COMPUTIST'S MANUAL OF FACTS, AND MERCHANTS AND MECHANIC'S CALCULATOR AND GUIDE; OR, A COMPLETE LIBRARY OF NUMERICAL, ARITHMETICAL AND MATHEMATICAL FACTS, TABLES, DATA, FORMULAS AND PRACTICAL RULES, FOR THE GENERAL BUSINESS MAN, MERCHANT, MECHANIC AND ACCOUNTANT.
Fifth Edition, Enlarged.
Boston: E. S. Winslow, 1855.
256 pp.
Notes:

Winslow, E. S.
THE FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC COMMERCIAL CALCULATOR; OR A COMPLETE LIBRARY OF NUMERICAL, ARITHMETICAL AND MATHEMATICAL FACTS, TABLES, DATA, FORMULAS AND PRACTICAL RULES, FOR THE MERCHANT AND MERCANTILE ACCOUNTANT.
Second Edition, Revised.
Boston: E. S. Winslow, 1854.
147 pp.
Notes:


The Wonders of Vegetation

THE WONDERS OF VEGETATION. THE LEAF.
Philadelphia: American Sunday-School Union, 1846.
50 pp.
Notes: Illustrated.


John George Wood

Wood, Rev. J. G.
COMMON OBJECTS OF THE MICROSCOPE.
London: George Routledge & Sons, 1861.
132 pp.
Notes: with upwards of four hundred illustrations by Tuffen West.
Date taken from OCLC.
Illustrated.
Advertisements following text.

Wood, Rev. J. G.
ILLUSTRATED NATURAL HISTORY FOR YOUNG PEOPLE.
The Favorite Library.
Boston: DeWolfe, Fiske & Co., c1901.
256 pp.
Notes:


William Channing Woodbridge

Woodbridge, William C.
MODERN SCHOOL GEOGRAPHY, ON THE PLAN OF COMPARISON AND CLASSIFICATION; WITH AN ATLAS, EXHIBITING, ON A NEW PLAN, THE PHYSICAL AND POLITICAL CHARACTERISTICS OF COUNTRIES, AND THE COMPARATIVE SIZE OF COUNTRIES, TOWNS, RIVERS, AND MOUNTAINS.
Second Edition, With Improvements and Additions.
Hartford: Belknap and Hamersley, 1845.
332 pp.
Notes:


James Albert Woodburn and Thomas Francis Moran

Woodburn, James A., and Thomas F. Moran.
BEGINNER'S HISTORY OF THE UNITED STATES.
New York, Chicago, Boston, and Toronto: Longmans, Green and Co., 1927.
498 pp.
Notes: "A Selected List of Books for the School Library": pp. 477-78.
Illustrated.
Includes plates, portraits, maps.

Woodburn, James Albert, and Thomas Francis Moran.
ELEMENTARY AMERICAN HISTORY AND GOVERNMENT.
New Edition, Revised and Enlarged.
New York, Chicago, Boston, and Toronto: Longmans, Green and Co., 1930.
532, 64 pp.
Notes: "History and Government of Indiana."
"Appendix" (ix-xxv).
"Topical Outline for the Blackboard" (xxvi-xxxiii).
"Dates of Important Events" (xxxiv-xxxv).
"Table of Presidents" (xxxvi).
"State Statistics" (xxxvii-xxxviii).
"Index" (xxxix-xlx).


Francis Channing Woodworth [Theodore Thinker]

Thinker, Theodore.
FIRST LESSONS IN BOTANY, OR THE CHILD'S BOOK OF FLOWERS [.] ILLUSTRATED WITH ENGRAVINGS FOR THE USE OF SCHOOLS.
New York: Saxton and Miles; Philadelphia: James M. Campbell; Boston: Saxton & Huntington, 1846.
107 pp.
Notes: Title page lacks author statement. Author taken from OCLC.
Illustrated.
Advertisements on back cover.


Charles Henry Woolbert and Andrew Thomas Weaver

Woolbert, Charles Henry, and Andrew Thomas Weaver.
BETTER SPEECH[:] A TEXTBOOK OF SPEECH TRAINING FOR SECONDARY SCHOOLS.
Revised and Enlarged.
New York and Chicago: Harcourt, Brace and Company, 1933.
463 pp.
Notes: Includes Index.


Joseph Emerson Worcester

Worcester, J. E.
A COMPREHENSIVE SPELLING-BOOK ON THE PLAN OF THE PRONOUNCING SPELLING-BOOK.
Boston: Brewer and Tileston; New York: J. W. Schermerhorn & Co., 1875.
156 pp.
Notes:

Worcester, J. E.
ELEMENTS OF GEOGRAPHY, ANCIENT AND MODERN: WITH AN ATLAS.
Stereotype Edition.
Boston: Hilliard, Gray, Little & Wilkins, 1828.
293 pp.
Notes: Illustrated.
Includes [2] leaves of plates, maps.
Advertisements following text.

Worcester, Joseph E.
ELEMENTS OF HISTORY, ANCIENT AND MODERN.
New Edition, Revised and Enlarged.
Boston: Fred'k A. Brown & Co, 1862.
408 pp.
Notes:

Worcester, J. E.
A PRONOUNCING SPELLING-BOOK OF THE ENGLISH LANGUAGE.
Boston: Brewer and Tileston; New York: J. W. Schermerhorn & Co., c1857.
180 pp.
Notes: Illustrated.


Noah Worcester

Worcester, Noah.
FRIEND OF YOUTH; OR, NEW SELECTION OF LESSONS, IN PROSE AND VERSE, FOR SCHOOLS AND FAMILIES, TO IMBUE THE YOUNG WITH SENTIMENTS OF PIETY, HUMANITY, AND UNIVERSAL BENEVOLENCE.
Second Edition.
Boston: Cummings, Hilliard, and Co., 1823.
276 pp.
Notes:


Samuel Worcester

Worcester, Samuel.
A THIRD BOOK FOR READING AND SPELLING, WITH SIMPLE RULES AND INSTRUCTIONS FOR AVOIDING COMMON ERRORS, AND A VOCABULARY OF WORDS USED IN THE LESSONS, THAT ARE TO BE DEFINED.
One Hundred and Seventh Edition.
Boston: Hickling, Swan & Brown, 1856.
288 pp.
Notes: On cover: Worcester's Third Book.


James Henry Worman

Worman, James H.
ERSTES DEUTSCHES BUCH NACH DER NATÜRLICHEN METHODE FÜR SCHULE UND HAUS.
Chautauqua Language Series.
New York, Cincinnati, and Chicago: American Book Company, c1880.
63 pp.
Notes: On front cover: Worman's Modern Languages.
Additional title page and cover in English.
Advertisements following text.

Worman, James H.
ERSTES DEUTSCHES BUCH NACH DER NATÜRLICHEN METHODE FÜR SCHULE UND HAUS.
Chautauqua Language Series.
New York and Chicago: A. S. Barnes und Compagnie, c1880.
63 pp.
Notes: On cover: Worman's Modern Languages.
Added title page in English.
Illustrated.

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