|Other titles||Juvenile instructor|
|Contributions||Kirchner, John, fl. 1840s, Kronheim & Co., Religious Tract Society (London, England)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||, 380 p.,  leaves of plates :|
|Number of Pages||380|
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THE CHILD'S COMPANION AND JUVENILE INSTRUCTOR Author: No author listed Published by: The Religious Tract Society Published date: Description: Hardback. Fair condition. Small format. Colour frontis and another colour plate. Covers are very worn and chipped, with splitting and fraying to spine, with a bit of loss. Covers are Rating: % positive. The Childs Companion & Juvenile Instructor Antique Book Illustrated. Condition is Acceptable. Has some moisture damage and outer cover and spine has damage. See pics for best description. Postage overseas will vary with postcode so please email us prior to bidding thankyou. Sent with Australia Post Standard Box/Satchel with tracking. The Childs Companion and Juvenile Instructor Size H x W x D cm Links. Object Registration Keywords flagstaff hill, warrnambool, shipwrecked-coast, flagstaff-hill, flagstaff-hill-maritime-museum, maritime-museum, shipwreck-coast, flagstaff-hill-maritime-village, book, the childs companion and juvenile instructor. The Child's Companion and Juvenile Instructor Walton, Mrs. O. F. [Amy Catherine Walton (9 August - ), born Amy Catherine Deck and better known as Mrs O. F. Walton, was an English author of Christian children's books. She was the daughter of an Anglican priest, married another and spent four years living in Jerusalem]. (Book #ID ).
The Religious Tract Society was founded in as a publisher that issued religious tracts throughout England. Its aim was to promote literacy, religion, and appropriate behavior among the “lower classes." The Society soon added material for children to its publication list, reprinting tracts by Hannah More and other 18th-century writers who composed works for young readers. The Child's Companion and Juvenile Instructor. January-December By Anon. London- The Religious Tract Society. 6" by 4";. Children's periodicals Periodicals Juvenile works Baxter prints Periodicals Juvenile literature: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Child's companion and juvenile instructor (OCoLC) Material Type: Periodical: Document Type: Journal / Magazine / Newspaper: All Authors / Contributors: Religious Tract Society (Great Britain. Book, 'The Child's Companion, and Juvenile Instructor' About this object. This hardbound book, entitled The Child’s Companion, and Juvenile Instructor, belonged to Muriel Kerr Taylor. Muriel was awarded the book when she was nine years old for “attendance, lessons & conduct” at St. Luke’s Sunday School in Mount Albert.