American Pocket Library of Useful Knowledge
COMPILED BY THOMAS C. CLARKE, PHILADELPHIA.
GRIFFITH & SIMON,
No. 188, North Third St. and No. 384, North Second St.
Stereotyped by J. Fagan, 19 St. James Street.
The small type used gives matter equal to five hundred pages of letter paper manuscript, while larger type would greatly increase the size and price. The reading is less trying to the eyes than most newspapers are, while the One Thousand receipts of useful knowledge are preserved in a neat and convenient form.
John Quincy Adams.
AMERICAN POCKET LIBRARY
William Henry Harrison.
|Silk and Sugar||Religion.|
|Statistics.||&c., &c., &c.|
WITH UPWARDS OF 1000 VALUABLE RECEIPTS.
Martin Van Buren.