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9 ing will find this little book a valdable aid, in furnishing subjects for discussion.
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AN ELEMENTARY ALGEBRA, FOR SCHOOLS
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With this book in hand, the pupil dannot help avoiding the difficulties which invariably present themselves at the very threshold of the study of Algebra.
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A MANUAL OF ELOCUTION. Founded upon the
Philosophy of the Human Voice, with Classified
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