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FOR THE USE OF SCHOOLS,

UPON GOLDSMITH'S

MUCH APPROVED PLAN.

ILLUSTRATED WITH AN ATLAS OF SEVEN

MAPS, BOUND SEPARATELY.

BY JACOB WILLETTS.

THIRD EDITION.

POUGHKEEPSIE:

PUBLISHED BY P. POTTER.

1815.

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ASTAR, LENOX AND
TILOEN FOUNDATIOISTRICT OF NEW-YORK, 88

IM ZEMUMRERE Tloud on the tenth day of May, ******** in the thirty eight year of the Indepen

recedence of the United States of America L. S. Paraclete Potter, of the said District,

bas deposited in this office the Title of a ", book the right whereof he claims as

******** proprietor, in the words following, to wit :

“ An Easy Grammar of Geography, for the use of € Schools, aponoldsmith's much approved plan 6 lustrated with seven Maps. By Jacob Willetts.

In conformity to the Act of the Congress of the United States entitled “ An Act for the encouragement of Learn. ing, by securing he lopies of Maps, , Charts and Books to the authors and proprietors of such copies, duriiig the time therein mentioned.” And also to an act, entitled “ an Act, supplementary to an fet, entitled an Act for the encouragement o: Learning, by securing the copies of Maps, Charts and Books in the authors and proprietor of such copies during the times therein mentioned, and 1 exten ting the benefits thereof to the arts of designing engraving and etching historical and other pris, 18."

THERON RUDD,
Clerk of the District of New York.

ADVERTISEMENT .. *To the second Edition. The very general approbation with which the first edition of Willett's Easy Grammar of Geo raphy has been received, and the great and still increasing demand for the work, have readered the publisher solicitous to make it still more perfect, and thus to increase its claims to public patronage. Considerable additiops, as well as numerous corrections and improvements have accordingly been made in the present edition-The publisher feels war. ranted in saying that it will now be found to be more correct, less incumbered with extraneous and useless matter, and on the whole better calculated to facilitate the progress of the younger classes of students in the age quisition of Geographical knowledge, than any work hitherto offered to the public.

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