The School of Good Manners, Composed for the Help of Parents, in Teaching Their Children How to Behave During Their Minority. Eleazer Moody.
The School of Good Manners, Composed for the Help of Parents, in Teaching Their Children How to Behave During Their Minority.
The School of Good Manners, Composed for the Help of Parents, in Teaching Their Children How to Behave During Their Minority.
The School of Good Manners, Composed for the Help of Parents, in Teaching Their Children How to Behave During Their Minority.
The School of Good Manners, Composed for the Help of Parents, in Teaching Their Children How to Behave During Their Minority.
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The School of Good Manners, Composed for the Help of Parents, in Teaching Their Children How to Behave During Their Minority.

Windsor, VT: Ide, Simeon, 1829. 24mo. 62pp. With woodcut frontispiece, five tailpieces, additional woodcut illustrations to recto and verso of rear wrapper, and a page of alphabets in two different types. Contains rules for children's behavior and much on morals and religion. This is a later, truncated edition based on Eleazer Moody's version, first published in Boston in 1720. Moody, a schoolmaster, lifted the text from Garretson's "School of Manners," which was published in London in 1685. Some offsetting from illustrations, foxing to outer covers and pages, chipped corner of upper wrapper, else fine in wrappers. All edges dyed yellow. Item #27770

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