Context

Context of The Youth's instructor in the English tongue: or The art of spelling improved. : Being a more plain, easy, and regular method of teaching young children, with a greater variety of very useful collections, than any other book of this kind and bigness extant. In three parts. I. Containing monosyllables, expressing the most natural and easy things to the apprehensions of children; with common words, and Scripture names. II. Being an introduction more particularly for children of an higher class. III. Rules in arithmetick, with forms of bills, bonds, releases, &c. very useful for all persons. The whole being intermixed with variety of exercises, in prose and verse, adapted to the capacities of children.
Processing Feedback ...