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An address, to the Literary and Philosophical Society of South Carolina
[W̲i̲t̲h̲: Elliott, Stephen. An address to the Literary and Philosophical Society of South Carolina. Charleston, 1814].
|Statement||read before them, at their anniversary, May the 8th, 1822. By Joseph Johnson.|
|Contributions||Literary and Philosophical Society of South Carolina, Charleston.|
|LC Classifications||AS36 .C3 1814|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||11|
|LC Control Number||08016056|
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Address of the Literary and Philosophical Society of South-Carolina, to the people of the state, on the classification, character and exercises, or the objects and advantages of the lyceum system, with a view to its general introduction into our towns, villages, and the country at large.
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