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In Five PARTS.
1. Words, both common and proper, II. A large and ufeful Table of
from one to fix Syllables: The fe- Words, that are the fame in
veral forts of Monofyllables in the Sound, but different in Significa-
common Words being diftinguish- tion, very neceifary to prevent
ed by Tables, into Words of two, the writing one Word for another
three, and four Letters, & with of the fame Sound.
fix fhort Lellons at the End of III. A fort, but comprehenfive
each Table, not exceeding the or- Grammar of the English Tongue,
der of Syllables in the foregoing delivered in the most familiar and
Tables. The feveral forts of inftructive Method of Question
Polyfyllables alfo, being ranged in and Answer; necellary for allfuch
proper Tables, have their Sylla- Perfons as have the Advantage
bles divided, and Directions pla- only of an English Education.
ced at the Head of each Table for IV. An ufeful Collection of Sen-
the Accent, to prevent falfe Pro- tences in Profe and Verfe, Divine,
nunciation together with the Moral, and Hiftorical; together
like Number of Leffons on t
foregoing Tables, placed at the adorn'd with proper Sculptures,
a felect Number of Fables,
End of each Table, as far as to
Words of four Syllables, for the
for the better Improvement of
cafier and more fpeedy Way of V. Forms of Prayer for Children,
the Young Beginner. And
teaching Children to Read. on feveral Occafions.
The Whole, being recommended by feveral Clergymen and
eminent Schoolmasters, as the moft ufeful Performance
for the Inftruction of Youth, is defigned for the Ufe of
SCHOOLS in Great Britain and Ireland.
*** The Thirteenth Edition et Caro
By THOMAS DILWORTH,
AUTHOR of the
SCHOOLMASTERS ASSISTANT; and Schoolmaster in Wappin.
Printed and Sold by HENRY KENT, at the Printing Office
in Finch-Lane, near the Royal Exchange. M,DCCL.Losni
Just Published (Price 1 s. 6 d.)
I. Arithmetic in Whole Numbers,
wherein all the common Rules,
having each of them a fufficient
Number of Queftions, with their
Answers, are methodically and
II. Vulgar Fractions, wherein fe-
veral Things, not commonly met
with, are there diftinctly treated
of, and laid down in the most
plain and eafy Manner.
III. Decimals, in which, among other Things, are confidered the Extraction of Roots; Intereft, both Simple and Compound; Annuities; Rebate, and Equation of Payments.
IV. A large Collection of Questions, with their Anfwers, ferving to exercife the foregoing Rules together with a few others, both pleafant and diverting.
Being delivered in the moft, familiar Way of Question and Anfwer, is recommended by feveral eminent Mathematicians, Accomptants and Schoolmasters, as neceffary to be ufed in Schools by all Teachers, who would have their Scholars, thoroughly understand, and make a quick Progrefs in ARITHMETIC. To which is prefixt,
An ESSAY on the Education of YOUTH, humbly offer'd
to the Confideration of PARENTS.~
The Fifth Edition.
By THOMAS DILWORTH,
AUTHOR of this
New Guide to the English Tongue; and Schoolmafter in Wappin.
All Things, which from the very firft Original Being of Things, bave been framed and made, do appear to be framed by the Reason of Number; for this was the principal Example or Pattern in the Mind of the CREATOR. Anitius Boetius, Thou [O LORD] haft ordered all Things in Meafure, Weight.
Number, and Wifdom xi. 20.
Printed and Sold by HENRY KENT, at the Printing Office in -Finch-Lane, near the Royal Exchange.