The Resource Mentor, : or The American teacher's assistant. Being a selection of essays, instructive and entertaining, from the most approved authors in the English language. Intended to diffuse a true taste for elegance in style and sentiment, by exhibiting to the youth of our schools, just models of composition; and with a view to the improvement and amusement of young persons at classical and other schools, and to facilitate the invaluable arts of reading and writing. By John Wood, master of the Episcopal Charity School, and teacher of English grammar, &c. in New-York. [Four lines of verse from Mason], (electronic resource)

Mentor, : or The American teacher's assistant. Being a selection of essays, instructive and entertaining, from the most approved authors in the English language. Intended to diffuse a true taste for elegance in style and sentiment, by exhibiting to the youth of our schools, just models of composition; and with a view to the improvement and amusement of young persons at classical and other schools, and to facilitate the invaluable arts of reading and writing. By John Wood, master of the Episcopal Charity School, and teacher of English grammar, &c. in New-York. [Four lines of verse from Mason], (electronic resource)

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Mentor, : or The American teacher's assistant. Being a selection of essays, instructive and entertaining, from the most approved authors in the English language. Intended to diffuse a true taste for elegance in style and sentiment, by exhibiting to the youth of our schools, just models of composition; and with a view to the improvement and amusement of young persons at classical and other schools, and to facilitate the invaluable arts of reading and writing. By John Wood, master of the Episcopal Charity School, and teacher of English grammar, &c. in New-York. [Four lines of verse from Mason]
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Mentor,
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or The American teacher's assistant. Being a selection of essays, instructive and entertaining, from the most approved authors in the English language. Intended to diffuse a true taste for elegance in style and sentiment, by exhibiting to the youth of our schools, just models of composition; and with a view to the improvement and amusement of young persons at classical and other schools, and to facilitate the invaluable arts of reading and writing. By John Wood, master of the Episcopal Charity School, and teacher of English grammar, &c. in New-York. [Four lines of verse from Mason]
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eng
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MWA
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  • 29917
  • W25390
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  • Evans
  • English Short Title Catalog
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patent document
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorDate
1768?-1800
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorName
  • Wood, John
  • Buel, John
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Mentor, : or The American teacher's assistant. Being a selection of essays, instructive and entertaining, from the most approved authors in the English language. Intended to diffuse a true taste for elegance in style and sentiment, by exhibiting to the youth of our schools, just models of composition; and with a view to the improvement and amusement of young persons at classical and other schools, and to facilitate the invaluable arts of reading and writing. By John Wood, master of the Episcopal Charity School, and teacher of English grammar, &c. in New-York. [Four lines of verse from Mason], (electronic resource)
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  • Two states of gathering 2I noted, with and without "[Copy-right secured.]" at the foot of p. 374. Also, p. ii-iii are numbered in some copies, unnumbered in others
  • Reproduction of original from Library of Congress
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ESTCW25390
Dimensions
120.
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unknown
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[4],iii,[2],6-374,[6]pages
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electronic
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not applicable
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Electronic reproduction.
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remote
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(Uk-ES)006443646
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Mentor, : or The American teacher's assistant. Being a selection of essays, instructive and entertaining, from the most approved authors in the English language. Intended to diffuse a true taste for elegance in style and sentiment, by exhibiting to the youth of our schools, just models of composition; and with a view to the improvement and amusement of young persons at classical and other schools, and to facilitate the invaluable arts of reading and writing. By John Wood, master of the Episcopal Charity School, and teacher of English grammar, &c. in New-York. [Four lines of verse from Mason], (electronic resource)
Publication
Note
  • Two states of gathering 2I noted, with and without "[Copy-right secured.]" at the foot of p. 374. Also, p. ii-iii are numbered in some copies, unnumbered in others
  • Reproduction of original from Library of Congress
Control code
ESTCW25390
Dimensions
120.
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
[4],iii,[2],6-374,[6]pages
Form of item
electronic
Reformatting quality
not applicable
Reproduction note
Electronic reproduction.
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(Uk-ES)006443646

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