An Experiment in Education, Made at the Male Asylum of Madras. Suggesting a System by which a School Or Family May Teach Itself Under the Superintendance of the Master Or Parent. By the Reverend Dr. Andrew Bell, ...
Cadell and Davies; and W. Creech, Edinburgh, 1797 - 48 pages
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