3 edition of A volume of letters from Dr. Berkenhout to his son at the university. found in the catalog.
A volume of letters from Dr. Berkenhout to his son at the university.
1790 by printed by J. Archdeacon ... for T. Cadell, London in Cambridge .
Written in English
|Contributions||Archdeacon, John, 1724 or 5-1795, printer., Cadell, T. 1742-1802, bookseller.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||374|
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A volume of letters from Dr. Berkenhout to his son at the university A volume of letters from Dr. Berkenhout to his son at the university by Berkenhout, John. Publication date Topics Education, Higher Publisher Cambridge: Printed by J.
Archdeacon for T. CadellPages: Berkenhout, John. Volume of letters from Dr. Berkenhout to his son at the university. Cambridge, Printed by J.
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John Berkenhout. Berkenhout's last work was 'Letters on Education to his Son at the University,' Written in an easy style and free from affectation or pedantry, these letters are agreeable reading.
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