A NEW AND EASY INTRODUCTION TO ARITHMETIC. For the Juvenile; or, Child’s Library.
London: 68 pages. Engraved frontispiece. Original green paper-covered boards with mounted shaped labels to both panels. 98 x 80 mm. First edition. Boards a little rubbed; spine expertly repaired; else a fine copy. The Juvenile; or Child’s Library was a boxed library issued by John Marshall in 1800. It was comprised of 19 volumes plus a memorandum book, and was housed in wooden box designed to look like a bookcase. However, each of the titles could be purchased individually.