Brattleboro, VT: Holbrook and Fessenden, 1828. 4to., 50pp.
"Twentieth Edition, Corrected, Enlarged, and Improved by the Author. Stereotyped by James Conner, New York". Original cloth-backed printed boards. Definition of 'adverb' written rather heavily in ink on the verso of the front end-paper; former owner's name "H. Smith" on the title page. Pinned to the last leaf is a written note, "Redding, Oct 7th, 1834. Given to Henry Smith as a mark of respect for good behavior in school by his teacher, W. Bates". The back cover has several 'encomiums' for the book by T.H. Gallaudet, Principal Of The Deaf and Dumb Asylum, Chauncey A. Goodrich, Cadwallader D. Colden, Mayor of New York City, Samuel L. Mitchill, and others.