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A Grammar of the English Language, in a Series of Letters. Intended for the use of schools and of young persons in general; but more especially for the use of soldiers, sailors, apprentices, and ploughboys.. by  William COBBETT - Hardcover - 1840. - from Bow Windows Bookshop and Biblio.com

A Grammar of the English Language, in a Series of Letters. Intended for the use of schools and of young persons in general; but more especially for the use of soldiers, sailors, apprentices, and ploughboys..

by COBBETT, William

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London: A. Cobbett, 1840.. 12mo, (132), 12 advertisement pp, further advertisement slip tipped onto the fly leaf. Some light foxing. Original cloth backed boards, soiled, spine ends a little worn, lacking label.


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