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  1. The moral instructor, or, A collection of sentences, from the best authors, disposed in easy lessons for children : designed to make reading as pleasant and easy as possible, and at the same time, to convey some useful knowledge to tender minds, as a pres

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    Creator :Pickburn, John.
    Bibliographic Citation :Pickburn, John. The moral instructor, or, A collection of sentences, from the best authors, disposed in easy lessons for children : designed to make reading as pleasant and easy as possible, and at the same time, to convey some useful knowledge to tender minds, as a preservative against vice and folly, and an incentive to virtue / by John Pickburn, master of the grammar school, Wainfleet. Boston : Printed and sold by J. Hellaby, 1805.