The Polite Preceptor: Or, A Collection of Entertaining and Instructive Essays; Selected from the Best English Writers, and Arranged in the Most Natural Order; with a View to Inspire Into the Minds of Youth the Love of Virtue, and the Principles of True Taste and Just Reasoning
S. Crowder, 1788 - English essays - 396 pages
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