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The Young Orator; and New-York Class Book by   J. L Blake - Hardcover - 10th Edition. - 1840 - from Roberta Fountain (SKU: 2591)

The Young Orator; and New-York Class Book

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The Young Orator; and New-York Class Book

by Blake, J. L

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  • hardcover
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Ex-library discard with the usual stamps and labels. Leather surface and edges very worn; corners rounded from bumping, core sho/No dust jacket
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NY: Robinson, Pratt, 1840. Tenth edition. Leather covered boards; 288 pg.; 4-1/4 by 6-1/2 by 1 inch. "Especially designed to prevent dullness and monotony in the reading and declamation of schools." Includes over 100 short essays and selections of poetry such as The American Indians, Mount Auburn, The Falls of Niagara, Religion, The Passion for Dress, The Mother of Washington, and many more. Original engraved frontispiece, "The Young Orator," with poses Sentimental, Argumentative, Introductory, and Oratorical illustrated, pasted down to inside of front cover.

Ex-library discard with the usual stamps and labels; old label from Lynn Public Library pasted down on back of title page. Leather surface and edges very worn; corners rounded from bumping, core showing through. Spine with old repair of brown library tape; front and back hinges also with taped repair. Front endpapers missing. Light foxing throughout; paper bright; letterpress with faint impression of type visible on versos. A couple of small pencil or pen marks in text, not extensive.

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Details

Seller
Roberta Fountain US (US)
Seller Inventory #
2591
Title
The Young Orator; and New-York Class Book
Author
Blake, J. L
Format/binding
Leather over boards
Book condition
Used - Ex-library discard with the usual stamps and labels. Leather surface and edges very worn; corners rounded from bumping, core sho
Jacket condition
No dust jacket
Quantity available
1
Edition
10th Edition.
Binding
Hardcover
Publisher
Robinson, Pratt
Place of Publication
NY
Date published
1840
Pages
oratorical arts, classbook, declamation, 19th Century
Keywords
288

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