Sequel to the English Reader : Or, Elegant Selections in Prose and Poetry: Designed to Improve the Highest Class of Learners in Reading, to Establish a Taste for Just and Accurate Composition, and to Promote the Interests of Piety and Virtue
Collins & Company, 1817 - 364 pages
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