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Daily lesson book : for the use of schools and families, no. 3 / joint editors, Henry Dunn, [and] John Thomas Crossley
Bib ID 1541329
Format BookBook
Description Hobart Town : Printed for Van Diemen's Land Public Day Schools, 1849 
186 [i.e. 192] pages ; 18 cm. 
Notes

National Library of Australia's FC F5032 copy is bound in pale green cloth with plain endpapers.

Cited In

Ferguson, J.A. Bibliography of Australia, 5032

Subjects Education -- Tasmania.  |  Readers.
Other authors/contributors Crossley, John Thomas  |  Dunn, Henry, active 1848-1849

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