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Pierce, Oliver B.
Will you read this, and keep it till it shall be called for? Knowledge is Power - Lord Bacon. To this should be added, "If it includes the knowledge of one's own language, by which, chiefly, that power is to be wielded." English Grammar - popular lectures.
Jan. 4, New York, 1841. Folio broadside, approx. 19" x 13", text in triple column, top half of the broadside announcing a series of lectures on English grammar in various locations in New York, and classes "for a term of years" on grammar at the Park Grammar School. Dates, times, and terms are discussed. The bottom half of the broadside contains testimonials from eight other grammarians, educators, and newspaper editors. Not found in OCLC or American Imprints.
Bookseller: Rulon-Miller Books (ABAA / ILAB) [St. Paul, MN, U.S.A.]
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