The Juvenile Instructer, or, Natural grammar and reader: : containing a new method of analytical and synthetical parsing of the English language; : with miscellaneous exemplifications, in prose and poetry: : adapted to the capacities of learners, who have made some progress in spelling and reading; : designed to succeed the Juvenile and other spelling-books, and as an introduction to the Juvenile mentor and Expositor (Document)

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Abstract
  • Excerpt only includes preface and first few lessons on grammar.
Creator(s)
  • Picket, Albert, 1771-1850
College and Program or Department
  • Arts and Sciences : English & Comparative Literature
Date Created
  • 1818
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Subject
  • The Lucille M. Schultz 19th Century Composition Archive
Publisher
  • Smith, Daniel D.
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