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Boston:Swan, Brewer and Tileston. 1861. 108pp. Binding does have minor water-stain, and some penciled math scribling on front-end papers. A very satisfactory copy. FB041
New York:Macmillan Publishing Company. (1979). 312pp. + 19pp. Illustrated. Hardcover. Teacher's manual. A very good, clean copy. FB029
Boston:Robert S. Davis 1849. 72pp. Binding shows wear at edges. There are a couple of minor water stains, and the front and rear fly-leaf are missing. Otherwise, a good, tight copy.
NY:Odyssey Press. (1962). 79pp. Wrps. An excellent copy. We have plenty of copies to go round. 3rd. FL
Leominster, MA: Printed by Salmon Wilder. 1805. 3rd edition. 216pp. *The 3rd edition is printed page for page from the 2nd, with the addition only of a new method of casting compound interest. Leather covers worn and scuffed. Previous owners name on first free end-page; endpapers stained both front and rear; very minor foxing scattered throughout. Most of the sample problems have been worked in contemporary script, otherwise a very good copy. S013.
THE STANDARD SPELLER; Containing Exercises for Oral Spelling; Also, Sentences for Silent Spelling by Writing From Dictation.
In which the representative words and the anomalous words of the English language are so classified as to indicate their pronunciation, and to be fixed in the memory by association. Eightieth thousand. Boston:Phillips, Sampson & Company. 1859. 168pp. A tight copy but moisture marks on lower margins. Binding soiled and spine edges show chips and wear. T031.
Wellesley Hills:The Welles Publishing Company. (1933). 466pp. Binding is lightly shelf-worn at the edges and spine. Slightly cocked. Interior is clean, bright and free of stray markings, despite some toning to the edges of the end-papers. Overall, this is a very good copy. FB004
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