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Willson's First Reader
(Harper & Brothers], 1854)
One fable occurs in this well used little reader: Lesson XXXI on 67 is the fable of the frogs and the boys. The reader introduces the fable in this quaint fashion: What is a fa-ble? A fa-ble is a sto-ry which is not ...
The First Part of Jacobs Latin Reader: Adapted to Bullions' Latin Grammar.
(Pratt Woodford, Farmer & Brace,, 1854)
Inscribed in 1857. Perhaps first published in 1846, the date included on the back of the title-page. Compare this book with my 1849/65 edition-and read my comments there. That book adds Döring as an author and is adapted ...