1814.068: Sequel to the English Reader.
Full Title: Sequel to the English reader: or, Elegant selections in prose and poetry. Designed to improve the highest class of learners, in reading; to establish a taste for the just and accurate composition; and to promote the interests of piety and virtue. By Lindley Murray, author of "English grammar adapted to the different classes of learners," from the third English edition, enlarged and improved.
Author: Murray, Lindley, 1745-1826
Place Issued: Alexandria
Issuing Press: James Kennedy & Son
Description: 376 p. 17 cm. (16mo).
Neither James Kennedy nor his son Andrew was a trained printer, so the titles bearing their imprimatur were printed by others for them; in this case, the title-page imprint reports that this item issued from the press of William Warner in Baltimore, although clearly an imprint intended for sale in Alexandria. Shaw & Shoemaker recorded this title twice, evidently believing that Warner had printed an edition for himself; however, no copy of such an edition is known extant; hence, the Early American Imprints Series filmed the Alexandria variant under both entry numbers.
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