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The North American reader : containing a great variety of pieces in prose and poetry, from very highly esteemed American and English writers; also, observations on good reading; the Declaration of Independence; the Constitution of the United States; political definitions; variable orthography; concise principles of pronunciation; rules for the division of words; and the rules for spelling the plurals of nouns, participles, present tense, and preterit of verbs, and the comparative and superlative degrees of adjectives. : Designed for the use of the highest classes in schools and academies. Preview this item
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The North American reader : containing a great variety of pieces in prose and poetry, from very highly esteemed American and English writers; also, observations on good reading; the Declaration of Independence; the Constitution of the United States; political definitions; variable orthography; concise principles of pronunciation; rules for the division of words; and the rules for spelling the plurals of nouns, participles, present tense, and preterit of verbs, and the comparative and superlative degrees of adjectives. : Designed for the use of the highest classes in schools and academies.

Author: Lyman Cobb; Robert Walter Weir; Desilver, Thomas & Co.
Publisher: Philadelphia : Desilver, Thomas & Co. ; Trenton : B. Davenport, 1836.
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Genre/Form: Anthologies
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North American reader.
Philadelphia : Desilver, Thomas & Co. ; Trenton : B. Davenport, 1836
(OCoLC)820721265
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Lyman Cobb; Robert Walter Weir; Desilver, Thomas & Co.
OCLC Number: 671811190
Notes: Copyright 1835 by Lyman Cobb.
Wood-engraved frontispiece is the only illustration; "painted by Robert W. Weir for George P. Martin, Esq."
"Cobb's series of school books"--publisher's advertisement, p. [499]-504.
Description: xxi, [1], 24-504 p. : ill. ; 19 cm.
Responsibility: By Lyman Cobb, author of The first book, Spelling-book, Expositor, School dictionary, Miniature lexicon, Primary monitorial lessons, Juvenile reader, nos. 1, 2, & 3, Sequel to the juvenile readers, Arithmetical rules and tables, Explanatory arithmetick, nos. 1 & 2, and Ciphering-book, nos. 1 & 2.

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