An Essay on Education: Intended Principally, to Make the Business of Grammar-schools, of Real Service to Such Youth, as are Not Designed for the University. In a Letter to Mr. William Watts, ... By William Foot, ...
Thomas Cadell; and to be had of the other booksellers in Bristol; Mr. Aaron Tozer, Exeter; and in London of Mr. Gardner, 1747 - 26 pages
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