Cobb s New North American Reader Or Fifth Reading Book

Containing Great Variety of Interesting, Historical, Moral, and Instructive Reading Lessons in Prose and Poetry from Highly Esteemed American and English Writers, in which All the Words in the First Reading Lesson Not Contained in Any ...

Cobb s New North American Reader  Or  Fifth Reading Book


Early American Textbooks 1775 1900

A Catalog of the Titles Held by the Educational Research Library United States. ... [ 1604 ] Relfe Brothers ' Model Reading - Books . No. IV . ... [ 1616 ] Cobb's New North American Reader or , Fifth Reading Book .

Early American Textbooks  1775 1900


Cobb s New Sequel to the Juvenile Readers

Or, Fourth Reading Book, Containing a Selection of Interesting, Historical, Moral, and Instructive Reading Lessons ... pages of new Lessons to the Third , Fourth , and Fifth Readers , which , it is believed , will make these books more ...

Cobb s New Sequel to the Juvenile Readers


Hunt s Merchants Magazine

Cobb's New North American Reader ; or , Fifth Reading Book . By LYMAN COBB , A. M. New York : Caleb Bartlett . This reading book , in some respects , at least , it seems to us , is superior to any other book of reading lessons for the ...

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The Merchants Magazine and Commercial Review

Cobb's New North American Reader ; or , Fifth Reading Book . By LYMAN COBB , A. M. New York : Caleb Bartlett . This reading book , in some respects , at least , it seems to us , is superior to any other book of reading lessons for the ...

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Cobb s New Sequel to the Juvenile Readers Or Fourth Reading Book

2 , COBB'S NEW JUVENILE READER , No. 3 , COBB'S NEW SEQUEL TO THE JUVENILE READER , No. 4 . COBB'S NEW NORTH AMERICAN READER , No. 5 , Containing an Appendix of 48 pages . Particular attention is called to the above SERIES of . Books by ...

Cobb s New Sequel to the Juvenile Readers  Or  Fourth Reading Book


Universalist Union

entitled " Cobb's North American Reader , or Fifth Reading Book . ... words in the first Reading Lesson , not contained in any Reading Lesson in the Juvenile Readers or in the Sequel , and all new words in each subsequent Reading Lesson ...

Universalist Union


District School Journal of the State of New York

IV ; Cobb's 3. An Etymological Dictionary of the English Language , by J. New North American Reader , No. ... That the Spelling and Reading Books of Lyman Cobb words , the study of Etymology - is essential to the mere English be ...

District School Journal  of the State of New York


Cobb s New Juvenile Reader No II Or Second Reading Book

Containing Interesting, Moral, and Instructive Reading Lessons, Composed of Easy Words of One, Two, and Three Syllables, in which All the Words in the First Reading Lesson Not Contained in Any Reading Lesson in No. 1, and All New Words ...

Cobb s New Juvenile Reader No  II  Or  Second Reading Book


Cobb s New Juvenile Reader No III Or Third Reading Book

Designed for the Use of Lyman Cobb ... In these Reading - Books , all the new words contained in each Reading Lesson , are placed at the head of the ... I , II , and III , Sequel to the Juvenile Readers , and North American Reader .

Cobb s New Juvenile Reader  No  III  Or  Third Reading Book


An Empire of Print

Cobb, Lyman. Cobb's New North American Reader, or Fifth Reading Book. New York: Caleb Bartlett, 1845. ... Corderii Colloquia, or Cordery's Colloquies, with a Translation of the First Forty, to Which Is Added, a Vocabulary. New York: E.

An Empire of Print

Home to the so-called big five publishers as well as hundreds of smaller presses, renowned literary agents, a vigorous arts scene, and an uncountable number of aspiring and established writers alike, New York City is widely perceived as the publishing capital of the United States and the world. This book traces the origins and early evolution of the city’s rise to literary preeminence. Through five case studies, Steven Carl Smith examines publishing in New York from the post–Revolutionary War period through the Jacksonian era. He discusses the gradual development of local, regional, and national distribution networks, assesses the economic relationships and shared social and cultural practices that connected printers, booksellers, and their customers, and explores the uncharacteristically modern approaches taken by the city’s preindustrial printers and distributors. If the cultural matrix of printed texts served as the primary legitimating vehicle for political debate and literary expression, Smith argues, then deeper understanding of the economic interests and political affiliations of the people who produced these texts gives necessary insight into the emergence of a major American industry. Those involved in New York’s book trade imagined for themselves, like their counterparts in other major seaport cities, a robust business that could satisfy the new nation’s desire for print, and many fulfilled their ambition by cultivating networks that crossed regional boundaries, delivering books to the masses. A fresh interpretation of the market economy in early America, An Empire of Print reveals how New York started on the road to becoming the publishing powerhouse it is today.

Heart Beats

New York: Oxford University Press, 2003. Clinkscales, John George. On the Old Plantation: Reminiscences of His Childhood. Spartanburg: Band and White, 1916. Cobb, Lyman. New North American Reader, or Fifth Reading Book.

Heart Beats

Many people in Great Britain and the United States can recall elderly relatives who remembered long stretches of verse learned at school decades earlier, yet most of us were never required to recite in class. Heart Beats is the first book to examine how poetry recitation came to assume a central place in past curricular programs, and to investigate when and why the once-mandatory exercise declined. Telling the story of a lost pedagogical practice and its wide-ranging effects on two sides of the Atlantic, Catherine Robson explores how recitation altered the ordinary people who committed poems to heart, and changed the worlds in which they lived. Heart Beats begins by investigating recitation's progress within British and American public educational systems over the course of the nineteenth and twentieth centuries, and weighs the factors that influenced which poems were most frequently assigned. Robson then scrutinizes the recitational fortunes of three short works that were once classroom classics: Felicia Hemans's "Casabianca," Thomas Gray's "Elegy Written in a Country Churchyard," and Charles Wolfe's "Burial of Sir John Moore after Corunna." To conclude, the book considers W. E. Henley's "Invictus" and Rudyard Kipling's "If--," asking why the idea of the memorized poem arouses such different responses in the United States and Great Britain today. Focusing on vital connections between poems, individuals, and their communities, Heart Beats is an important study of the history and power of memorized poetry.

The American Bookseller s Complete Reference Trade List and Alphabetical Catalogue of Books in this Country

13 136 per doz . 4,50 . Classical Reader , by Emerson and 96 % Cobb's New North American Reader , or Coffin's Natural Philosophy , 12mo . sp . Greenwood , , 67 . 13 1,00 . 24 Classical Spelling Book , 12mo . , 17 . No. 5 , per doz .

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Cobb s New Juvenile Reader No II

1, to Accompany Lyman Cobb ... In these Reading - Books , al ' the new words contained in each Reading Lesson , are placed at the head of the Lesson ... I , II , and III , Sequel to the Juvenile Readers , and North American Reader .

Cobb s New Juvenile Reader  No  II


Cobb s New North American Reader Or Fifth Reading Book

Excerpt from Cobb's New North American Reader, or Fifth Reading Book: Containing a Great Variety of Interesting, Historical, Moral, and Instructive Reading Lessons in Prose and Poetry, From Highly Esteemed American and English Writers These ...

Cobb s New North American Reader  Or Fifth Reading Book

Excerpt from Cobb's New North American Reader, or Fifth Reading Book: Containing a Great Variety of Interesting, Historical, Moral, and Instructive Reading Lessons in Prose and Poetry, From Highly Esteemed American and English Writers These Readers have met with such neral favor, and extensive patron age, that the huthor, ' hoping to make t em still more acceptable, has add cd several pages of new Lessons to the Third, Fourth, and Fifth Readers, which, it is believed, will make these books more valuable. These three books, however. Can be used in the same classes with the books of former editions, the pages and Lessons being the same as ihr as they extend. As the words in the former Spelling Lessons have not been te-stereotyped, a few repetitions will now be found in the three Readers, 3, 4, and 5. He has likewise compiled a Speaker, or Sixth Reader, soon to be published, which contains a large number of pieces for declamation, and a selection of dia lognes for school exercises in reading and speaking. About the Publisher Forgotten Books publishes hundreds of thousands of rare and classic books. Find more at www.forgottenbooks.com This book is a reproduction of an important historical work. Forgotten Books uses state-of-the-art technology to digitally reconstruct the work, preserving the original format whilst repairing imperfections present in the aged copy. In rare cases, an imperfection in the original, such as a blemish or missing page, may be replicated in our edition. We do, however, repair the vast majority of imperfections successfully; any imperfections that remain are intentionally left to preserve the state of such historical works.

The Baptist Memorial and Monthly Record

... the sectarian character of some portions of a reading book , which has recently been introduced into these schools . I refer to " Cobb's New North American Reader , " or " Fifth Reading Book . ” On the 52d page is a reading lesson ...

The Baptist Memorial and Monthly Record


Catalogue of Books added to the Library of Congress

(J.) Rambles of a naturalist, pp. 127151]. Cobb (Lyman). New North American reader; or, fifth reading book, [etc.] 432 pp. 129. New York, J. C. Riker, 1852. S. Cobbett (William). The works of Peter Porcupine. [pseudon.] 4th ed.

Catalogue of Books added to the Library of Congress

Reprint of the original, first published in 1870.

District School Journal for the State of New York

4 . clered this decidedly the most popular series of Spelle COBB'S " NORTH AMERICAN READER , OR No. 5. ing and Reading Books extant . It is worthy of remark , also , that , while the books The improvements adopted by Mr. Cobb in his of ...

District School Journal for the State of New York