ON THE EDUCATION OF CHILDREN, While Under the Care of Parents or Guardians.

New York: Published by John P. Haven, 148 Nassau Street. 1835. 16 cm. 12mo. (iv), -7, (ii), 10-190pp. Diamond patterned cloth (faded at edges and spine, some spotting) with embossed vine borders on boards, gilt stamping to spine, faint old tidelines to a few early pages, scattered foxing to text. Introductory printed 'recommendation' by T. H. Gallaudet. John Hall was a graduate of Yale and father of a large family in Elllington, CT. Ellington School, an early preparatory school accepting only boys, grew out of educating his own children. He was well thought of as a successful and enlightened educator. Item #64094

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