|Catalog Number||909 MAN 1803|
|Date of Publication||1803|
|Title||Historical and Miscellaneous Questions, For the Use of Young People. With a Selection of British, and General Biography, etc.|
Includes a book plate, "Mason Brown," with a signature above, "Euphemia P. Mason March 17th 1806" on front pastedown. Inscription inside: "A prize obtained in Arith at Miss Thomas's school March 9, 1806 Mason Brown from his affectionate Cousin E. P. Mason"
This book was first written in 1798 by a female English schoolteacher. It was a textbook used for elementary instruction on topics such as history, mythology, and geography. It was an immensely popular book, and came to be known as Mangnall's Questions.
There are no illustrations.
Euphemia Provoost Mason was Margaretta's brother, John Mitchell Mason's daughter.
|Publisher||Thomas Hurst, 32, Paternoster-Row; and John Hurst, Wakefield|
|Place of Publication||London|
History -- Studying and teaching.
Euphemia Provoost Mason Knox