An Illustrated history & description Of Schools in the 18th & 19th Centurys.

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put his hat upon his gun, and raifed it flowly above the rock. The Indians feeing it, fired a ball through it; and before he could load his gun again, the chriftian Indian fhot him through the head."
The cut showing the predicament of Captain John Smith must have been very interesting to the old-time school children, and equally so the spirited portrayal of Putnam and the Wolf. You can see
Putnam and the Wolf. From The Little Reader s Assistant.
the rope attached to Putnam's leg and his comrades up above gripping it, ready to pull him forth. We can fancy very well the damage to that hero's clothes and person as he was hauled out, if the picture gives a truthful impression of the jaggedness of the rocks. The street scene shows " Charles Churchill the poet. As he was returning home one night at a late hour, he was accofted by a female, whofe air and manner raifed his curiofity to take particular
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