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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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by Bradley, Charles, 1789-1871
Salem [Mass.] : Printed by Thomas C. Cushing, 1817
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by Bradley, Charles, 1789-1871
Salem [Mass.] : Printed by Thomas C. Cushing, 1818
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Uniform title: Abridgment of Murray's English grammar
by Murray, Lindley, 1745-1826
Baltimore: : Printed and sold by Joseph Robinson, 94, Market-Street., 1819
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Uniform title: English exercises
by Murray, Lindley, 1745-1826
Philadelphia: : Published by Asbury Dickins, opposite Christ-Church. H. Maxwell, printer, Columbia-House., 1800
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Uniform title: Abridgment of Murray's English grammar
by Murray, Lindley, 1745-1826
Pittsburgh: : Printed and published by Eichbaum & Johnston, Second Street., 1818
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