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Lindley Murray (7 June 1745 – 16 February 1826), was an American Quaker lawyer, writer and grammarian, best known for his English language grammar-books used in schools in England and the United States.

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Uniform title: Key to the exercises
by Murray, Lindley, 1745-1826
New-York: : Published by E. Duyckinck, no. 110, Pearl-Street. Printed by G. Bunce., 1809
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Uniform title: Key to the exercises
by Murray, Lindley, 1745-1826
Pittsfield [Mass.] : Printed by Phinehas Allen, for himself, and J. & R. Warriner., 1810
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Uniform title: Key to the exercises
by Murray, Lindley, 1745-1826
Albany: : Printed and sold by G.J. Loomis & Co. corner of State & Lodge-Streets, opposite the Episcopal Church., 1816
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Uniform title: Key to the exercises
by Murray, Lindley, 1745-1826
Philadelphia: : Printed for Johnson and Warner, no. 147, Market-Street. 1810. W. M'Culloch, printer., [1810]
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Uniform title: Key to the exercises
by Murray, Lindley, 1745-1826
Boston: : Printed by Manning & Loring, and sold at their bookstore, no. 2, Cornhill., 1802
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Uniform title: Key to the exercises
by Murray, Lindley, 1745-1826
New-York: : Printed and sold by Isaac Collins and Son, no. 189, Pearl-Street., 1803
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