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THE LIBRARY OF ENTERTAINING KNOWLEDGE.
PURSUIT OF KNOWLEDGE
ILLUSTRATED BY ANECDOTES.
LILLY AND WAIT (LATE WELLS AND LILLY) AND
G & C. & H. Carvill, and E. Bliss, New-York; Carey & Hart, Philadelphia; E. J. Coale, and W. & J.Neal, Baltimore; Thompson & Homans, Washington; W. M. Morrison, Alexandria; R. D. Sanxay, Richmond; C. P. M'Kennie, Charlottsville; W. H. Berrett, Charleston, S. C.; Salmon Hall, Newbern, N. C.; Mary Carroll, New Orleans; Odiorne & Smith, Mobile; J. P. Ayres, Nashville, T.; N. & G. Guilford, Cincinnati; Little & Cummings, Albany; H. Howe, NewHaven; H. & F. J. Huntington, Hartford; S. Butler & Son, Northampton; Whipple & Lawrence, Salem; Eli French, Dover; H. S. Favor, Eastport; and S. Colman, Portland.
Amusement in the Pursuit of Knowledge; Pursuit of
Knowledge by Persons of rank or wealth: Democritus;
Anaxagoras; Nicephorus Alphery; Marcus Aurelius;
Julian; Charlemagne; Alfred; James I, of Scotland;
Other Individuals of rank distinguished in Literature and
Science: - Marquiss of Worcester, &c:- - Seld-educat-
Foreign Painters: - Giotto; Greuze; Ehret; Solario.
Usefulness of such encouragements as the examples here
given are calculated to afford to youthful genius in every
department of study. Self-educated Poets: - John
Professors of Optical Discovery:-Dollond; Ramsden;
Pursuit of Knowledge by Travellers. - Lithgow; Walk-
ing Stewart; Athenian Stuart; Niebuhr; Ledyard; Bel-