First Lessons in Geography

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First Lessons in Geography  (1856) 
by James Monteith

NATIONAL GEOGRAPHICAL SERIES.—NO. I.

FIRST LESSONS

IN

GEOGRAPHY;

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OR,

INTRODUCTION TO "YOUTH’S MANUAL OF GEOGRAPHY."


BY JAMES MONTEITH.


NEW YORK:

A. S. BARNES & CO., 51 JOHN-STREET.

ST. LOUIS: CARE & BUCHANAN.—CINCINNATI: H. W. DERBY.—CHICAGO:
D. B. COOKE & CO.—NEW ORLEANS: J. B. STEEL.—
BALTIMORE: J. W. BOND & CO.

1856

NATIONAL GEOGRAPHICAL SERIES.




No. 1.—MONTEITH'S FIRST LESSONS IN GEOGRAPHY, for Beginners.

No. 2.—MONTEITH'S YOUTH'S MANUAL OF GEOGRAPHY, for Junior and Intermediate Classes.

No. 3.—McNALLY’S SYSTEM OF GEOGRAPHY, for Advanced Classes in Schools, Academics, and Seminaries.




The above Books, which are written by Practical Teachers, constitute the most complete Geographical School Series extant; and they are so adapted to each other, that the learner advances from one to the other with satisfaction and success.

A. S. BARNES & CO.


Entered according to Act of Congress, in the year 1854,
By JAMES MONTEITH,
In the Clerk's Office of the District Court of the United States for the Southern District of New York.

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