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Anderson, Alexander Hymns for little children
Anderson, Alexander The Parent's Assistant, or Stories for Children. In Three Volumes. By Maria Edgeworth, Author of Practical Education, Moral Tales, Early Lessons, &c. (Munroe & Francis' Edition.)
Anderson, Alexander The Publications of the American Tract Society
Anderson, Alexander Warner's almanack, for the year of our Lord 1821 ... Calculated by Joshua Sharp
Anderson, Alexander The children of the abbey. A tale. By Regina Maria Roche. ; [Five lines from Thomson]; In three volumes. Vol. I[-III
Anderson, Alexander Who's the dupe? A farce, in two acts. By Mrs, Cowley. ; Correctly given, as performed at the Theatres Royal. With remarks
Anderson, Alexander Little poems for little readers
Anderson, Alexander The White Pigeon. By Miss Edgeworth
Anderson, Alexander The Whitsuntide Present, for Little Masters and Misses; or, the History of Master George and Miss Charlotte Goodchild. To which is added, Rules for Behaviour, and the Reward of Virtue. Adorned with cuts.
Anderson, Alexander The history of little Henry and his bearer. From the eighth London edition
Anderson, Alexander Birth Day Present. By Miss Edgeworth.
Anderson, Alexander Select rhymes for the nursery. Adorned with cuts.
Anderson, Alexander The bird's nest. By Mary Elliott. ; Illustrated by engravings
Anderson, Alexander The menagerie: a reward for good children
Anderson, Alexander Poetic tales, for children. By the authoress of "Stories for children, by Goody Lovechild," and "Ditties for children, by a Lady of Boston
Anderson, Alexander The False Key. By Miss Maria Edgeworth. With Cuts. (Munroe & Francis' Edition.)
Anderson, Alexander Old Grand-papa, and other poems for the amusement of children. By a young lady. ; Embellished with wood engravings
Anderson, Alexander Conversion of Mrs. Eleanor Emerson. Written by herself
Anderson, Alexander Hymns in prose, for the use of children. [Two lines from Psalms
Anderson, Alexander Village poems. By Mrs. N. Sproat
Anderson, Alexander The Orphans. By Miss Edgeworth.
Anderson, Alexander A Pleasing Toy.
Anderson, Alexander The Agricultural almanack for the year of our Lord 1819. Patronized by the Philadelphia Society for Promoting Agriculture. : [Three lines of quotation
Anderson, Alexander The shepherd of Salisbury plain
Anderson, Alexander My station and its duties. By the author of "The last day of the week." ; [One line of text