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" A pretty little one for very young children, consisting of a number of tales full of interest, yet all tending to improve the morals of the youthful reader. We recommend both these works as presents to all good children. "
Letters from Malta and Sicily, addressed to a young naturalist - Page 302
by George Waring (writer for children.) - 1843
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A voyage to India; or, Three months on the ocean, by the author of 'Charlie ...

1841
...Spectator. MY BOY'S FIRST BOOK. BY THE AUTHOR OF "TALES OF THE GREAT AND BRAVE." With fine Cuts. I6mo. cloth. Price 3s. 6d. " A pretty little one for very...tending to improve the morals of the youthful reader. We recommend both these works as presents to all good boys and girls."— Metropolitan Magazine. BY...
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Glimpses of natural history, by a lady

Glimpses - 1843 - 80 pages
...engraving. "— Spectator, MY BOYS FIRST BOOK. BY THE AUTHOR OF "TALES OF THE GREAT AND BRAVE." AVith fine Cuts. 16mo. cloth. Price 3s. 6d. "A pretty little...tending to improve the morals of the youthful reader. We recommend both these works as presents to all good boys and girls." — Metropolitan Magazine. BY...
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Ruins and old trees associated with remarkable events in English history (by ...

Mary Roberts - 1843
...BOOK. By the Author of " Tales of the Great and Brave. ' With fine Cuts. 16mo. cloth. Price 3s. fid. - A pretty little one for very young children, consisting...tending to improve the morals of the youthful reader. We recommend both these works as presents to all good children. "—Metropolitan Maff. ttv THE SAME...
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Original poems, for infant minds, by several young persons [A. and J. Taylor ...

1843
...Author of " 'i ,,'<-.•; of the Great and Brave. ' With fine Cuts. I6mo, cloth. Price 3s. fid. ** A pretty little one for very young children, consisting...interest, yet all tending to improve the morals of the vouthful reader. We recommend both these works as presents to all good children.'' —Metropolitan...
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Historical prints, representing some of the most memorable events in the ...

1844
...to interest youthful readers. Each tale is illustrated by a clever wood engraving." — Spectator. MY BOY'S FIRST BOOK. By the Author of " Tales of the...tending to improve the morals of the youthful reader. We recommend both these works as presents to all good children. "—Metropolitan .If ,*_ BY THE SAME...
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The child's first step to English history

Anne Rodwell - Battles - 1844 - 265 pages
...Spectator, MY BOY'S FIRST BOOK. BY THE AUTHOR OF "TALES OF THE GREAT AND BRAVB." With fine Cuts. 16mrj. cloth. Price 3s. 6d. " A pretty little one for very...tending to improve the morals of the youthful reader. We recommend both these works as presents to all ,v » u.1 boys and girls,"— Metropolitan Magazine....
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Sandford and Merton

Thomas Day, Sandford (fict. name.) - 1853
...on wood."—Spectator. MY BOY'S FIRST BOOK. By Miss M. FRAZEB TYTLER. With fine Cuts. 16mo. cloth. " A pretty little one for very young children, consisting...tales full of interest, yet all tending to improve toe morals of the youthful reader. We recommend both these works as presents to all good children."—Metropolitan...
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Rodwell's Child's first step to the history of England. With continuation by ...

Anne Rodwell - 1853
...wood." — Spectator. MY BOY'S FIRST BOOK. By Miss M. FBAZEB TYTLER. With fine Cuts. 16mo. cloth. " A pretty little one for very young children, consisting of a number of tal« full of interest, yet all tending to improve the morals of the youthful reader. We recommend...
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Naomi: or, The last days of Jerusalem

Annie Webb - 1854
...cloth, gilt edges. MY BOY'S FIRST BOOK. By Miss M. FEAZEB TYTLER. With fine Cuts. 16mo. cloth. •' A pretty little one for very young children, consisting...tending to improve the morals of the youthful reader. We recommend both these woiks as presents to all good children." — Metropolitan Magazine. MY BOY'S...
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Original poems for infant minds, by several young persons [A. and J. Taylor ...

Ann Taylor - 1854
...FRAZEK TYTLER. With fine Cuts. 16mo. eloth. "A pretty little one for very young ehildren, eonsisting of a number of tales full of interest, yet all tending to improve the morals of the youthful reader. We reeommend both these works as presents to all good ehildren."—Metropolitan Magazine, MY BOY'S...
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