Charlotte Mason

Charlotte Maria Shaw Mason (1 January 1842 – 16 January 1923) was a classical English educator in England at the turn of the twentieth century. She proposed to base the education of children upon a wide and liberal curriculum. She was inspired by the writings of John Amos Comenius, Matthew Arnold and John Ruskin. Provided by Wikipedia

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by Mason, Charlotte
Published 1800
printed for J. Walter, at Homer's-Head, Charing-Cross

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by Mason, Charlotte
Published 1787
Printed for J. Walter, at Homer's-Head, Charing-Cross

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by Mason, Charlotte
Published 1793
Printed for J. Walter, at Homer's-Head, Charing-Cross

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by Mason, Charlotte
Published 1773
printed for J. Walter, at Homer's Head, Charing-Cross

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by Mason, Charlotte
Published 1778
printed for Robert Burton, No. 2, Capel-Street, the Second House from Essex-Bridge