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The Resource The Juvenile library : including a complete course of instruction on every useful subject ... : with prize productions of young students, and a monthly distribution of prizes, value fifteen guineas and upwards

The Juvenile library : including a complete course of instruction on every useful subject ... : with prize productions of young students, and a monthly distribution of prizes, value fifteen guineas and upwards

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The Juvenile library : including a complete course of instruction on every useful subject ... : with prize productions of young students, and a monthly distribution of prizes, value fifteen guineas and upwards
Title
The Juvenile library
Title remainder
including a complete course of instruction on every useful subject ... : with prize productions of young students, and a monthly distribution of prizes, value fifteen guineas and upwards
Title variation
  • Juvenile encyclopedia
  • Monthly preceptor
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Bookseller
Printer
Publisher
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Member of
Cataloging source
PUL
Citation location within source
p. 125-126
Citation source
Osborne Coll.
Illustrations
  • illustrations
  • plates
Index
index present
Literary form
non fiction
Label
The Juvenile library : including a complete course of instruction on every useful subject ... : with prize productions of young students, and a monthly distribution of prizes, value fifteen guineas and upwards
Instantiates
Publication
Note
  • Bound volumes of issues--"in boards"--each with general title-page and index to each volume, of a monthly publication continued to 1803; title of monthly issues varies: nos. 1-5 have title "The monthly preceptor or, juvenile library"; nos. 6-15 have title "The juvenile library"; nos. 16-36 have title "Juvenile encyclopedia."
  • "The six volumes, price two guineas in boards"--Title page of volume VI
  • "The readers of the Monthly preceptor are doubtless aware that the period of its publication, conformable to its original plan, has now drawn to a close ... The editors ... may probably be induced to resume the work at the commencement of the year 1804 or 1805, provided they receive sufficient encouragement ... they invite the opinions of those schoolmasters and governesses, who have it in their power to confer effectual patronage on the work, to be addressed to Mr. Richard Phillips, its proprietor and original projector, at no. 99, Hatton-garden, London"--Vol. VI, p. 448
  • Illustrated with engraved leaves, including 10 folded leaves of plates of charts, calligraphic specimens, and scientific and zoological drawings
  • Poem with first line, "With bright examples the young mind to fire," by T.L. Peacock, aged 14, is on p. 54-56 of vol. I
  • Poem with first line, "Fuscus! the man whose heart is pure," by Thomas Quincey, aged 15, is on p. 349-350 of vol. I
  • Poem with first line, "Retirement, soother of the woe-worn breast," by J.H.L. Hunt, aged 15, is on p. 118-121 of vol. II
Dimensions
18 cm (12mo)
Extent
6 v.
Note
Spec. Coll. copy: includes all volumes I-VI. Bound in original publisher's roan and blue marbled paper boards; spines rebacked, leather strip from original spine overlaid.
Other physical details
ill. (engravings)
System control number
  • (OCoLC)36090821
  • ucoclc36090821
Label
The Juvenile library : including a complete course of instruction on every useful subject ... : with prize productions of young students, and a monthly distribution of prizes, value fifteen guineas and upwards
Publication
Note
  • Bound volumes of issues--"in boards"--each with general title-page and index to each volume, of a monthly publication continued to 1803; title of monthly issues varies: nos. 1-5 have title "The monthly preceptor or, juvenile library"; nos. 6-15 have title "The juvenile library"; nos. 16-36 have title "Juvenile encyclopedia."
  • "The six volumes, price two guineas in boards"--Title page of volume VI
  • "The readers of the Monthly preceptor are doubtless aware that the period of its publication, conformable to its original plan, has now drawn to a close ... The editors ... may probably be induced to resume the work at the commencement of the year 1804 or 1805, provided they receive sufficient encouragement ... they invite the opinions of those schoolmasters and governesses, who have it in their power to confer effectual patronage on the work, to be addressed to Mr. Richard Phillips, its proprietor and original projector, at no. 99, Hatton-garden, London"--Vol. VI, p. 448
  • Illustrated with engraved leaves, including 10 folded leaves of plates of charts, calligraphic specimens, and scientific and zoological drawings
  • Poem with first line, "With bright examples the young mind to fire," by T.L. Peacock, aged 14, is on p. 54-56 of vol. I
  • Poem with first line, "Fuscus! the man whose heart is pure," by Thomas Quincey, aged 15, is on p. 349-350 of vol. I
  • Poem with first line, "Retirement, soother of the woe-worn breast," by J.H.L. Hunt, aged 15, is on p. 118-121 of vol. II
Dimensions
18 cm (12mo)
Extent
6 v.
Note
Spec. Coll. copy: includes all volumes I-VI. Bound in original publisher's roan and blue marbled paper boards; spines rebacked, leather strip from original spine overlaid.
Other physical details
ill. (engravings)
System control number
  • (OCoLC)36090821
  • ucoclc36090821

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