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APA Citation

Townsend, Shippie.  (1794).  The history of the mother and child A new primer, attempting an easy, entertaining, and effectual method of teaching young children the alphabet, so as to lay a foundation for making them good readers; --who have need of milk, and not of strong meat. : To which is annexed, the young child's catechism.  [Boston] :  Printed by S. Hall, in Cornhill, Boston,  http://opac.newsbank.com/select/evans/27123

MLA Citation

Townsend, Shippie.  The history of the mother and child [electronic resource] : A new primer, attempting an easy, entertaining, and effectual method of teaching young children the alphabet, so as to lay a foundation for making them good readers; --who have need of milk, and not of strong meat. : To which is annexed, the young child's catechism  Printed by S. Hall, in Cornhill, Boston [Boston]  1794  <http://opac.newsbank.com/select/evans/27123>

Australian/Harvard Citation

Townsend, Shippie.  1794,  The history of the mother and child [electronic resource] : A new primer, attempting an easy, entertaining, and effectual method of teaching young children the alphabet, so as to lay a foundation for making them good readers; --who have need of milk, and not of strong meat. : To which is annexed, the young child's catechism  Printed by S. Hall, in Cornhill, Boston [Boston]  <http://opac.newsbank.com/select/evans/27123>

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