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Title: Lessons for children from three to four years old:
Author: Barbauld, Mrs. (Anna Letitia), 1743-1825.
Publication info: London : printed for J. Johnson, 1788.
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• ...It is the Sea: did you never hear of the sea? What! is this great water the same sea that is in our map at home? Yes, it is. Well, this is very strange! we are come to the sea that is in our map. But ...
• ...s in our map at home? Yes, it is. Well, this is very strange! we are come to the sea that is in our map. But it is very little in the map. I can lay my finge ...
• ...the sea that is in our map. But it is very little in the map. I can lay my finger over it. Yes; it is little in the map, because every thing is little in the ...
• ... map. I can lay my finger over it. Yes; it is little in the map, because every thing is little in the map: the towns are little, and the rivers are little. / ...
• ... ap. I can lay my finger over it. Yes; it is little in the map, because every thing is little in the map: the towns are little, and the rivers are little. / Pray, Fisherman, is there any thing on / ...
• ... land, Get out of the ship. Pray what country is this? This is France. France! why France is in the map too. And pray what is the name of that country we came from, where we live, and where papa lives ...
• ... England. And the deep sea is between France and Eng|land? Yes, you know it is so in the map. / O, France is a pretty place It is warmer than our coun|try: and here are pretty flowers, / ...
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