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Inscription in The Reciter : a work particularly adapted to the use of schools, consisting of pieces moral, religious, and sacred in verse and prose


Description This edition contains a handwritten poem near the back titled by the writer, “David’s Funeral Elegy over Saul and Jonathan.” Also, the page where the actual lamentation occurs in the text includes a reader’s note which says “How are the mighty fallen, and the weapons of war famished!” These might be the work of a student who was using the book.
Created Date 2016-11-21
Contributor Ward, Edward A.M. (Author) / Linthicum, Kent (Project contributor)
Subject Poetry -- English / Recitations
Series Book Traces
Type Image
Extent viii, 432 p. ; 18 cm.
Language English
Identifier Local: PR1175.3 .R4x
Copyright
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Citation Ward, Edward, A.M. (1812). The Reciter : a work particularly adapted to the use of schools, consisting of pieces moral, religious, and sacred in verse and prose / selected and classed on a new plan as exercises in elocution, with reference to the different ages of students, by the Rev. Edward Ward, London:Printed for J. Hatchard, 432 p.
Collaborating Institutions Department of English
Additional Formats MODS / OAI Dublin Core / RIS


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