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American Tutor's Assistant
IN WHICH ALL THE
E X A M P L E S
NECESSARY FOR A LEARNER,
WROUGHT AT LARGE;
GIVEN OF ALL THE
QUESTIONS FOR EXERCISE
IN THE VARIOUS
Designed principally to facilitate the Labour of Teachers
of a Tutor's Aid.,
BY FREDERIC M°KENNEY,
PRECEPTOR OF YOUTH.
PRINTED BY JOSEPH CRUKSHANK,
ISTRICT OF PENNSYLVANIA, TO WIT:
Be it Remembered, That on the Tenth day of al.
October, in the Thirty-fourth Year of the Independence of the United States of America,
A. D. 1809, Joseph CRUKSHANK, of the said District, hath deposited in this Office, the Title of a Book, the Right whereof he claims as Proprietor, in the words followisig, to wit:
* A Key to the American Tutor's Assistant revised ; "in which all the Examples necessary for a Learner are
wrought at large ; and also Solutions given of all the “ Questions for Exercise in the various Rules...... Designed “ principally to facilitate the Labour of Teachers, and as“ sist such as have not the Opportunity of a Tutor's Aid. * By FREDERIC M-KENNEY, Preceptor of Youth."
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D. CALDWELL, Clerk of the
District of Pennsylvania.
WE; whose names are underwritren, having examined a
JAMES M GINNESS, Harrisburg.