The Young Arithmetician; or, The Reward of Perseverance.
[between 1843 and 1852]·New York
by [Redfield, J.S.]
12mo. New York: Redfield, [between 1843 and 1852]. 12mo, 16pp. With 4 full-page illustrations and two more in the text. Original yellow wrappers, small stain at the top. Redfield’s Toy Books third series, no. 5. "J.S. Redfield, publisher and bookseller, 137 Nassau Street, corner of Nassau and Beekman Sts., New York."--Publisher's advertisement, p.  of printed wrapper. Justus Starr Redfield was located at 137 Nassau St. (i.e., Clinton Hall), between 1843 and 1852. Wood engraving on p.  signed "W.H." (i.e., William Howland?). At head of wrapper title. "Just published, Redfield's toy books, four series of twelve books each, beautifully illustrated, price, one, two, four, and six cents."--publisher's advertisement, p.  of wrapper. (Inventory #: 110817)
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