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BY THE BET. DAVID BLAIR;
of Natural acd Esperissental Philosophy.
FIRST AMERICAS TEIX TEL TISZTS LOSDOS EDITIOS;
WITS ABDITI935 19 XLITADTS
39. 173, MEDT STELLT.
BY THE REV. DAVID BLAIR;
of Natural and Experimental Philosophy.
FIRST AMERICAN FROM THE EIGHTH LONDON EDITION;
WITH ADDITIONS AND IMPROVEMENTS.
no. 178, MARKET STREET.
District of Pennsylvania, to wit:
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“ The Universal Preceptor; being a general Grammar of Arts, Sciences, and Useful Knowledge. By the Rev. David Blair; author of the Class-Book, English Grammar, Models of Juvenile Letters, Reading Exercises, and Grammar of Natural and Experimental Philosophy. First American from the eighth London edition; with addi. tions and improvements."
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