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

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of nine or ten years still prevails in many of our schools," and the bright little volume no doubt fulfilled the author's hope that it " would make the study both profitable and pleasant for young learners."
5 boysc ame:up to recite, but 2 of them were sent1 back for having no lessons. How many recited?
There were 7 farmers, 3 of whom drank rum and whisky, and became miserable; the rest drank water, and were healthy and happy. How many drank water ?
Two Examples in Subtraction. From Emerson's The North American Arithmetic, Part.First.
The final quotation in this chapter is one of many jingles in Underbill's New Table-Book,1846.
Two pennies had John His sister had 1, They gave them to me, And then I had 3, Thus you may see That 2 and 1 make 3.
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