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Page 5 - The African Wanderers ; Or, the Adventures of Carlos and Antonio; embracing interesting Descriptions of the Manners and .Customs of the Western Tribes, and the Natural Productions of the Country.
Page 239 - Hurricane Hurry, or THE ADVENTURES OF A NAVAL OFFICER DURING THE AMERICAN WAR OF INDEPENDENCE.
Page 235 - Rudge, the Australian Shepherd. 6. Life underground; or, Dick the Colliery Boy. 7. Life on the Coast; or, the Little Fisher Girl. 8. Adventures of Two Orphans in London. 9. Early Days on Board a Man-of-War. 10. Walter the Foundling: a Tale of Olden Times. 11. The Tenants of Sunnyside Farm. 12. Holmwood; or, the New Zealand Settler. " The terse Saxon terms employed are level to the capacity of the humblest." — Ragged School Magazine. " Written in a clear and sensible style.
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Page 6 - Well adapted to the capacities of children— beginning with the simplest forms which the youngest child may lisp at its mother's knee, and proceeding with those suited to its gradually advancing age. Special prayers, designed for particular circumstances and occasions, are added. We cordially recommend the book.
Page 6 - Magazine. Short and Simple Prayers, For the Use of Young Children. With Hymns. Fifth Edition. Square 1 6mo, Is. 6d. cloth. " Well adapted to the capacities of children— beginning with the simplest forms which the youngest child may lisp at its mother's knee, and proceeding with those suited to its gradually advancing age. Special prayers, designed for particular circumstances...
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