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structlon of Young Persons. [short rule] By the Rev.
John Eyton, Rector of the Parishes of Wellington and Ey-
ton, Shropshire, England. [short rule] To which is
added, Bishop Kennfs Morning and Evening Hymn. [thick-
thin rule] Second American Edition. tthin-thick rule3
Baltimore: Printed for J. Kingston, Bookseller, 164,
Market-st. Price 25 Cents, [row of dots] B. W. Sower
& Co. Printers. 1810.
65,  p, 17 cm. A-E6 F4(F4 blank).
DGU; MdBP (2 copies); MdHi. 
Fell's Point Circulating Library.
[Catalogue of books. Baltimore, 1810]
Advertised in the Baltimore Whig, Dec. 17, 1810, as
"Subscribers ... are respectfully informed, that printed
Catalogues of the Books will be ready for delivery this
day, at 12 o'clock."
Sheppard C. Leakin had bought out Samuel Barnes late
in October, 1810.
No copy known. 
[thin-thick rule frame] The Universal Spelling Boqk;
or a New and Easy Guide to the English Language. [fi-
let., Containing: [43 lines In 2 columns, separated by
vertical rule] ffiletj By Daniel Penning. Author of the
Use of the Globes, Practical Arithmetic, Quide to Alge-
bra, Royal English Dictionary, Young Man's Book of know-
ledge, &c. [double rule] Baltimore: Printed and sold
by Warner and Hanna, 1810.
168 p. 17 cm. A-06.
Cut (verso of sig. Al): D. Penning, M.A. 1810. Above
cut: "(Warner & Hanna's 5th Edition.)"
MWA; MdBE; V1U. ,
Florlan, Jean Pierre Claris de.
William Tell; or, Swisserland delivered by the Che-
valier de Florian, Member of the Royal Academies of
Paris, Madrid, Florence, &c. &c. A Posthumous Work. To
which is prefixed, the Life of the Author, by Jauffret.
Translated from the French, by William B. Hewetson, Au-
thor of "The Blind Boy,' "The Fallen Minister,' &c.
Baltimore: Published by Ph. H. Nicklin and Co. Also By
Farrand, Mallory and Co. Boston; Hopkins and Earle,
Philadelphia; and E. F. Backus, Albany. Fry and Kammer-