The instructor: or, American young man's best companion. Containing, spelling, reading, writing, and arithmetick, in an easier way than any yet published; and how to qualify any person for business, without the help of a master. Instructions to write variety of hands, with copies both in prose and verse ... Also, merchants accounts ... Together with the method of measuring carpenters, joiners, sawyers ... work ... Likewise, the practical gauger ... To which is added, The family's best companion: with instructions for marking on linen: how to pickle and preserve: to make divers sorts of wine; and many excellent plasters, and medicines, necessary in all families: and a compendium of the sciences of geography and astronomy; containing, a brief description of the different parts of the earth, and a survey of the celestial bodies. Also, several very useful tables

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OCLC:26616681
Main Author: Fisher, George, accomptant
Other Authors: Fisher, A. (Anne), 1719?-1778, Mrs. (supposed author.)
Language:English
Published: Worcester, Massachusetts, Printed by Isaiah Thomas, MDCCLXXXVI.
Edition:The 2d Worcester ed., enlarged and improved.
Series:Early American imprints. 19990.
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