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The indestructible spelling book

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Title:
The indestructible spelling book illustrated with twelve pictures
Creator:
Ticknor, Reed, and Fields ( Publisher )
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Boston
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Ticknor, Reed, and Fields
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English
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15, [1] p. : ill. ; 18 cm.

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Publishers' advertisements -- 1852 ( rbgenr )
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United States -- Massachusetts -- Boston
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juvenile ( marctarget )

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Printed on linen.
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Imprint information from front cover.
General Note:
Publisher's advertisement follows text on back cover.
Funding:
Brittle Books Program

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University of Florida
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INDESTRUCTIBLE ALPHABET . . . 26 Pictures.

‘'YNDESTRUCTIBLE PRIMER .. ; . 40 Pictures.
INDESTRUCTIBLE SPELLING-BOOK . 12 Large Pictures.
INDESTRUCTIBLE READING-BOOK . 12 Large Pictures.

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IN cone rggenecers- ot qorts Lfa tter eee 8 2G MEOUO LIE EEE BOOT age neem -e sis rye ph “ SERIA, a. “Ab... sy @ ? 4
wR. Aes ‘ 8s S. vege Aan too 88, Taeds oon gh Cod Oh Le Ie el ets lees” 4 BY? o- aie : are. So ReeeS . > 23 * Bes een
WA Wy oy SEN ys . . Seng Siieckhs Wd Gused abhi iqutate ite WSO p sg ewar ~7 Ne . ¥ fit mA
: el NOE RO LY Bde yy | £ a: Ns ; AS

E AE

ta) 83
cs

te:

“! & Afi fs

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= ne eene

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ILLUSTRATED
TICKNOR, REED, AND FIELDS.
- MDCCCLII.

(ised
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sc
s
Peceed
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: FN, we? : Lona hod } 2 Me
a wae A sie a ELL OLY Rot PR 3 —_ ) 3 ¥ = ‘doe? ‘i yy nye STvety Trp ORs egos ree See “i 5 < eS es rhe :
Ny ; ie me i (Se ‘ sag Le Si i a aa ae Wy dl y

nap pb SET ATND Wy ors domeprrevmneenn hy
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JEEUSTRATER

a “*

WITH TW BLVE- PICTURES.
polos

-INDESTRUC acne

i De

TO THE TEACHER.

it is inteiided that the little Sirs should first be read to

~ the Child, who should then try to read it without h ielD.. The

Spelling-lesson may come next, but only one column in a day,
id nless ihe Child wishes to learn more.

a

“THE BO OYS ARE COME HOME.

[Fi origi

How glad we all are. Tom and
Ned and Hal are come home. Our
man Sam went to meet them, and
took old Bob for them to ride on,
and our ‘dog Don went wi ith him.
Were not they glad to see Sam and
Bob and Don.

HOW COME GLAD RIDE
AL HOME TOOK =THEY
ARE HEM MEET WITH
OUR WENT... WERE OLD
SPELLING BOOK. 3 5

SO es as
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Da’
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This is. a Farm. Yard. Ann
Sam. says there is not.one drop i
the well nor in the pail. What will
they do. How can Ann’ wash the
plates. And what will Sam give to
his horse to drink. He must take the
butt to the next farm to fill it.

FARM SAYS DRINE TAKE

YARD DROP PLATE | MUST
GONE PAIL WASH BUTT

SOME WHAT HORSE. NEXT

one to the well with her jug, but


a

et Ang
\ i

A OO OE LTD em



Poor Stag. I fear the Dog will
eateh you. Run as fast as you can,
and try to get out of the wood. On
the plain you will not. meet with
trees and great boughs to stop you.

>

Poor Stag, you look as if you had
rom a long. way; I hope you wi
sale home from the big Dog.

rovers ad

1 get

STAG TRY TREES CATCH
Paon GUT. FEAR PLAIN
Fast stop woop BOUGH
MEET HOPE HOME GREAT
ELLE.

LG BOOK.



‘Ann sits by the naxd to

wet feet.
the dew was
vot out
fire

Will

not

Yan .

on it.
warm.
is bright,
hot, and then

to dry the. .
and will make
Ann can boil the
dine with

DRY Sirs
DEW FARE

MEAT FEET

nee WARM

“ke to

The

ey

Tiss.

; : #
dr y hei

She ran in the erass. W hen
‘sun finch net

% a i a ee
the f O183 8
x


.
Â¥
4
'

SS

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Pare OE PARR ea

yr oor tga Fiore ee

ee



INDESTRUCTIBLE

© geen sie daiegereee tees weit aw dnenteneeayhmag ee ee

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Pei

SW 74
Y Ups J
Hid Rt RTs
7 Tee :
WM Ae A aa

1,
[i if WY) i ffi

; Ty EL ieee Vat

aval Lae He
a pe



One day when I took a walk in
the wood, I saw an old Fox in a
iole, and close by were her two
Cubs at play. One of the cubs lay:
on Ins back, and held his tail m his ..»

[tecervent

paws; but when they saw me, they
all ran far back im the hole.. I wish —-
my dog Spot had been with me. |

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BACK HOLE
HELD SPOT
TALL, BEEN

WHEN
WALK

\ woop
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