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Fri Mar 21 17:06:41 2014 UTClccn-n500025710.07The rational dame or, hints towards supplying prattle for children0.340.81John Ash and the rise of the children's grammar /18464389n 5000257138214Fenn Eleanor 1743-1813Lovechild 1743-1813Mrs. Lovechild, 1744-1813Teachwell Mrs. 1743-1813containsVIAFID/300331295Fenn, Ellenor, 1744-1813containsVIAFID/294814149Teachwell, Mrs., 1744-1813lccn-nr89015469Lovechild(Nurse)lccn-n98068038Marian S. Carson Collection (Library of Congress)lccn-nr92035147Marshall, Johnprinterprtpbllccn-n85145493Merrill, Rufus1803-1891pbllccn-nr92007633CornerMiss(Julia)1798-1875lccn-n86053884LovechildMrslccn-nr93014831Kendrew, Jamesprtnp-hall, john hHall, John H.lccn-n82236328Hansard, T. C.(Thomas Curson)1776-1833prtlccn-n85323062Lovechild, LawrenceLovechildMrs1744-1813Juvenile worksFictionBibliographyHistoryTextbooksConduct of lifeEnglish language--GrammarEducationAnimalsNatural historyEnglish fictionReading (Early childhood)Girls--Conduct of lifeFablesLetter writingChildren's songsHomebound instructionChildren's storiesChildrenDialogues, EnglishNursery rhymesSpellersArithmetic--Study and teaching (Early childhood)Early childhood education--Parent participationEducation, PreschoolChild rearingArithmetic--Study and teachingHome schoolingEnglandChildren's literature, EnglishHymns, EnglishEnglish literatureIllustrated children's booksChildren--Books and readingQuestions and answersNature studyMiniature booksHandbooks, vade-mecums, etcChild careMassachusetts--WorcesterInsectsChildren's questions and answersHuman geographyOccupationsTreesBrothers and sistersGeographical recreationsArithmetic--Study and teaching (Primary)Educational gamesChildren--Conduct of lifeZoologyArithmeticMother and childChildren's poetryDialogues1743181317751782178317841785178617871788178917901791179417951796179717981799180018031804180518061807180918101811181218131814181518161817181818201822182418251826182818291830183118321833183418351836183718381840184118421846184718481849185018511853185418561858186018631864186718701871187618781880189419461970199219932005200720115082127495398.3AC4ocn77870445753139ocn186527750file17830.27LovechildRational sports in dialogues passing among the children of a family. Designed as a hint to mothers how they may inform the minds of their little peopleJuvenile worksFiction47948ocn642481425file17850.07LovechildThe rational dame or, hints towards supplying prattle for childrenJuvenile worksFiction29515ocn642647052file17830.16LovechildJuvenile correspondence or, letters, suited to children, from four to above ten years of age. In three setsJuvenile worksFiction23610ocn642703446file17850.39LovechildThe art of teaching in sport designed as a prelude to a set of toys, for enabling ladies to instill the rudiments of spelling reading, grammar, and arithmetic, under the idea of amusement22223ocn000112282book17830.07LovechildFables in monosyllablesJuvenile worksA collection of brief and easy-to-read original fables21510ocn083298409file17820.18LovechildSchool occurrences supposed to have arisen among a set of young ladies, under the tuition of Mrs. Teachwell. And to be recorded by one of themJuvenile worksFiction2099ocn262627204file17890.13LovechildThe fairy spectator, or, The invisible monitorJuvenile worksFiction19913ocn008778828book17880.08LovechildTommy Thumb's song book for all little masters and misses, to be sung to them by their nurses, until they can sing themselves.1976ocn642696580file17890.76LovechildThe juvenile tatler. By a society of young ladies. Under the tuition of Mrs. Teachwell1967ocn642389856file17000.66LovechildThe mother's grammar. Being a continuation of the child's grammar. With lessons for parsing. And a few already done as examplesJuvenile works11010ocn745135982file17830.70LovechildFables, by Mrs. Teachwell: in which the morals are drawn incidentally in various ways1095ocn642289514file17970.59LovechildThe infant's friend. Part I.A spelling book. By Mrs. Lovechild10740ocn034953665book17830.13LovechildCobwebs to catch flies : or, Dialogues in short sentences, adapted to children from the age of three to eight yearsJuvenile worksFiction1065ocn536270774file17980.73LovechildParsing lessons for young childrenJuvenile works1068ocn186521083file17980.73LovechildParsing lessons for elder pupils resolved into their elements for the assistance of parents and teachers. By Mrs. Lovechild1056ocn642696770file17900.76LovechildA miscellany in prose and verse for young persons. Designed particularly for the amusement of Sunday scholarsJuvenile worksTextbooks1043ocn642697980file17900.08LovechildLilliputian Spectacle de la nature: or, nature delineated, in conversations and letters passing between the children of a family. In three volumes.Juvenile works1035ocn642647048file17970.73LovechildThe infant's friend. Part II. Reading lessons. By Mrs. Lovechild1025ocn642679431com17830.47LovechildCobwebs to catch flies or, dialogues in short sentences, adapted to children from the age of three to eight years. In two volumes.HistoryJuvenile worksBibliographyFiction1023ocn642679438file17830.76LovechildFables in monosyllables by Mrs. Teachwell ; to which are added Morals, in dialogues, between a mother and children21ocn802292024book20110.81Navest, Karlijn MarianneJohn Ash and the rise of the children's grammarHistory11ocn643582492book20070.81Stoker, David SCobwebs to catch flies : a bibliographical case studyCriticism, interpretation, etcBibliographyFri Mar 21 15:14:40 EDT 2014batch20415