The daughter must go to school with the mother, who supplies her with hornbooks.
The publication of my statement has made known to me three American hornbooks.
Hornbooks open and shut with a suggestive snap under the pope's nose, and Young Rome calculates its future with slate and pencil.
These hornbooks were made of oak, bound with metal for common folks, but for the rich of iron and metal, often silver.
The primer succeeded the hornbooks, the New England Primer being one of the earliest.
The mention of hornbooks in colonial records is a great rarity, although they were commonplace in England until about 1800.