The teachers assistant, or, A system of practical arithmetic; : wherein the several rules of that useful science, are illustrated by a variety of examples, a large proportion of which are in Federal money. : The whole designed to abridge the labour of teachers, and to facilitate the instruction of youth.
Print Book, English, 1811
Published by Johnson and Warner, no. 147, Market-Street; and by Stephen Pike, no. 22, North Second-Street. W. Brown, printer, Church-alley., Philadelphia:, 1811
,198 p. ; 19 cm.
Caption title: Arithmetic
Copyright Sept. 23, 1811 by Johnson and Warner
Recommendations, p. [3-4]