• child's alphabet : emblematically described and embellished by twenty-four pictures : brought into easy verse, for the tender capacities of young readers : the whole contrived to allure children into the love of learning
  • The child's alphabet : emblematically described and embellished by twenty-four pictures : brought into easy verse, for the tender capacities of young readers : the whole contrived to allure children into the love of learning

Title sort:
  • child's alphabet : emblematically described and embellished by twenty-four pictures : brought into easy verse, for the tender capacities of young readers : the whole contrived to allure children into the love of learning.
Created:
  • 1805-01-01T00:00:00Z
Date:
  • 1805
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Edm rights:
  • No Known Copyright
Identifier:
  • ark:/88435/n870zv159
Title:
  • child's alphabet : emblematically described and embellished by twenty-four pictures : brought into easy verse, for the tender capacities of young readers : the whole contrived to allure children into the love of learning
  • The child's alphabet : emblematically described and embellished by twenty-four pictures : brought into easy verse, for the tender capacities of young readers : the whole contrived to allure children into the love of learning
Language:
  • English
Call number:
  • Pams / Eng 19 / Box 013 153907
  • Electronic Resource
Extent:
  • 16 pages : illustrations (woodcuts) ; 96 mm
Format:
  • Book
Type:
  • Primers--19th century
  • Printed wrappers (Binding)
  • Juvenile literature
Description:
  • Illustrations: Full page woodcuts of street peddlers on pages 2 and 15, with 24 smaller illustrative cuts for letters in the alphabet rhyme.
  • Alphabet rhymes begin: "The tree of Life, / And Adam's wife. / In Adam's Fall, / we sinned all."
Publisher:
  • Glasgow : Printed by J. and M. Robertson, 1805.
Subject:
  • English language—Alphabets—Juvenile literature
  • Town criers—Juvenile literature—Pictorial
  • Children's poetry, English—19th century
  • Primers--19th century
  • Printed wrappers (Binding)—19th century
Range label:
  • Logical
Contributor:
  • J. & M. Robertson
Binding note:
  • Publisher's gray wrappers, printed in red with wood-engravings; upper "Archduke Charles, sold by. A. Keith." and lower "The Emperor of Russia," both on horseback in full military array.
Location:
  • CTSN Pams / Eng 19 / Box 013 153907
  • CTSN Electronic Resource
  • ELF1 Pams / Eng 19 / Box 013 153907
  • ELF1 Electronic Resource
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