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The Primary, Intermediate, and Grammar Schoul Arithmetics embrace the whole framework of the Science developed by happily combining the Analytic and Synthetic methods.



0 75

Sheldon's First Reading Book.
Sheldon's Primary Phonic Charts.



. $0 35

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Sheldon's Lessons on Objects..
Sheldon's Elementary Instruction

$1 75

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