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Mentor, or, The American teacher's assistant : being a selection of essays, instructive and entertaining, from the most approved authors in the English language : intended to diffuse a true taste for elegance in style and sentiment, by exhibiting to the youth of our schools, just models of composition : and with a view to the improvement and amusement of young persons at classical and other schools, and to facilitate the invaluable arts of reading and writing Preview this item
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Mentor, or, The American teacher's assistant : being a selection of essays, instructive and entertaining, from the most approved authors in the English language : intended to diffuse a true taste for elegance in style and sentiment, by exhibiting to the youth of our schools, just models of composition : and with a view to the improvement and amusement of young persons at classical and other schools, and to facilitate the invaluable arts of reading and writing

Author: John Wood
Publisher: New York : Printed by John Buel, for the author, 1795.
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Wood, John.
Mentor, or, The American teacher's assistant.
New York : Printed by John Buel, for the author, 1795
(OCoLC)892834320
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: John Wood
OCLC Number: 14977315
Notes: Preliminary signature apparently misplaced in binding and included at end of text.
Description: 374, [4] pages ; 18 cm
Other Titles: American teacher's assistant
Responsibility: by John Wood.

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