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The English Instructor [electronic resource]: Or, the Art of Spelling Improved. Being a More Plain, Easy, and Regular Method of Teaching Young Children, Than Any Extant. In Two Parts. The First, - Containing Monosyllables, Expressing the Most Natural and Easy Things to the Apprehensions of Children; With Common Words, and Scripture Proper Names, Alphabetically Ranged, With Their Proper Accent, and Divided According to the Rules of Orthography. The Second, - Being an Instruction More Particularly Designed for Children of an Higher Class, Such as Have Not Only Made Some Advances in Their Reading, But Are Capable of Understanding and Applying the Rules There Given; And Contains Observations on the Sound of Letters, With the Use of True Pointing, and Other Things Necessary for an English Scholar. To Which Is Added, a Method of Instruction, Out of the Sacred Writings and the Catechism of Our Church. The Whole Being Intermixed With Variety of Exercises in Prose and Verse, Adapted to the Capacities of Children, and Designed as Well to Instruct Them in the Duties of Religion, as to Render the Initiatory Part of Education Easy, Profitable, and Delightful. The Twenty-Third Edition, With Great Improvements, Including the Supplement, Being Precepts for Children, in Initation of Lily's Qui Mihi. For the Use of Schools. By Henry Dixon, School-Master, in Bath

Dixon, Henry
Format
EBook; Book; Online
Published
London : printed for C. Hitch, S. Crowder and Co. B. Dod, J. Fuller, C. and R. Ware, T. Caslon; J. Leake at Bath; and R. Raikes at Gloucester, 1760.
Language
English
Description
144 p., plates ; 12⁰.
Notes
  • With an engraved frontispiece in the form of a half-title.
  • Reproduction of original from British Library.
Reproduction Notes
Electronic reproduction. Farmington Hills, Mich. : Cengage Gale, 2009. Available via the World Wide Web. Access limited by licensing agreements. Eighteenth century collections online s2009 miunns
Other Forms
Also available in microfilm (click link to determine reel #).
Cited in
Alston, IV.331
English Short Title Catalog, T145364.
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