English Grammar, Made Easy to the Teacher and Pupil: Principally Compiled for the Use of West-Town Boarding School, Pennsylvania; by John Comly. John Comly.
English Grammar, Made Easy to the Teacher and Pupil: Principally Compiled for the Use of West-Town Boarding School, Pennsylvania; by John Comly

English Grammar, Made Easy to the Teacher and Pupil: Principally Compiled for the Use of West-Town Boarding School, Pennsylvania; by John Comly

Philadelphia: Kimber and Conrad, 1810. Hardcover. "The Fourth Edition corrected and enlarged." 215, [1] p.; 14 cm. Contemporary full calf with four spine compartments between gilt rules; red leather label in second compartment with gilt-tooled title: Comley's Grammar. Errata on final unpaginated page. Preface signed: J. Comly, Byberry, 1803. John Comly (1773-1850) was a Quaker schoolmaster. In 1803 he married Rebeca Budd, a fellow teacher at Westtown School, a Quaker boarding schooling. They ran their own school, Pleasant Hill Boarding School from 1804 to 1815, and he wrote several additional textbooks. Scarce. In Very Good Condition: leather is rubbed; minor loss at ends of spine; front joint is starting to open; occasional foxing; otherwise, clean and tight. Very Good. Item #004677

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