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1. Words, both common and proper, |II. A large and useful Table of
from one to fix Syllables: The fe- Words, that are the same in
veral sorts of Monofyllables in the Sound, but different in Significa-
common Words being distinguish- tion ; 'very necessary to prevent
ed by Tables, into Words of two, the writing one Word for another
t bree, and four Letters, &c. with of the fame Sound.
fix thort Lessons at the End of W. A short, but comprehensive
each Table, not exceeding the or- Grammar of the English Tongue,
der of Syllales in the foregoing delivered in the most familiar and
Tables. The several forts of instructive Method of Question
Polysyllables also, being ranged in and Answer; necessary for all such
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 useful Collection of Son.
the Accent, to prevent false Pro- tences in Prose and Verse, Divine,
nunciation ; together with the Moral, and Historical; together
like Number of Leffons on the with a select Number of Fables,
foreguing Tables, placed at the adorn'd with proper Sculptures,
End of each Table, as far as to for the better Improvement of
Words of four Syllables, for the the Young Beginners. And
eafier and more speedy Way of V. Forms of Prayer for Children,
teaching Children to Read. on several Occafiom.
The Whole, being recommended by several Clergymen and
eminent Schoolmasters, as the most useful Performance
for the Instruction of Youth, is designed for the Use of
SCHOOLS in Great Britain, Ireland, and in the several
English Colonies and Plantations abroad.
The fifty-fourth Edition.
By THOMAS DILWORTH,
Author of the SCHOOL MASTERS AşSISTANT; Young
HEREAS levera: Jpuriou. Euiituns (and those very
ones) of the New Gudi to the English Tongue, have
Rjfeared in the Morid, whiurahas tended to the Detriment
of the fair Trader, and eipecially of us Richard and Henry
Cwujton, the only Proprietors of the tre and genuine Arzu
Gui e to the Enga. Tonguled This is therefore, to intorm all
Pertons, who ar- desirous of using Nie laid true and genuine
New Guide to the Engizh Inue, hit may very easily be
known, by the Name of Richard ana Henry aufton being
interted at the Bottom of the Title
Page, whereas the fpurious
Editions are detive in that Particular; and some of them
in the Union XFthe neberimindatory Names, and other
Advertisements of the Author.
NB. This Edition is printed on new Types ; and the
Head-pieces of the Fables are also entirely new.
Just Publisbed Price is. 6d.)
The SCHOOL MASTERS ASSISTANT:
Compendium of ARITHMETIC,
Pagical and Lleojetical.
In Five PARTS.
1. Arithmetic in Whole Numbers, 111. Decimals, in which,among other
wherein all the common Rules, Things, are confidered the Extrace
having each of them a fufficient tion of Roxts, &c,
Number of Questions, with their IV. A large Co..ection of Questions,
with their Anówers, &c, coge.
II. Vulgar Fractions, wherein se- ther with a few others, both
veral Things, not commonly met pleasani and divtiting,
with, are there distinctly treated v. Duodecimals, commonly called
of, and laid down in the most CrossMustiplication; wherein that
plain and eafy Manner.
Sort of Arithmetic is thoroughly
The Who'e being delivered in the mit fazar Way of Question
and Answer isrecommended by severalemincrivaihematicians,
Accompiants and Scb-olmaffers, as neceflaiy to be used in chouisa
The Twentp fourth Eti: 1.
By THOMAS DILWORTH,
AUTHOR of this New Guide to the English Tongue, &c.
Printed and Sold by RICHARD & HENRY CAUSTON,
at the Printing Office, No. 21, in tinch-Lant, near the
Reverend and Worthy Promoters of the severat
Charity-Schools in Great-Britain and Ireland.
HE tender Regard, which You have
always shew'd, and still continue, for TE
the Salvation of Souls, is eminently discovered in Your Care for the Edua
cation of Children. To Yon it is, that the poorer Sort of People owe their Obedience, and indeed these Kingdoms their Thankfulness, for Your endeavouring to rescue so many poor Creatures from the Slavery of Sin and Satan.
Thus, Gentlemen, it is Your Happiness, that You are at the same time, promoting the Glory of GOD, by Your careful Undertaking to save these little Ones from utter Destruction.
Your Preference of the Preteftant Religion is herein gloriously discovered by those Principles of that best constituted Church, as profcffe in the Church of England, which you cause to be taught, and ingrafted in the tender Age of Your Pupils. Therefore,
Go on, WORTHY SIrs, with Your wonted Zeal for the Glory of GOD, and the Public Good of these Nations, united in the true Faith of CHRIST: and that your pious Endeavours may always obtain their desired Success, and Yourselves that Reward which is promised to those, who convert a Sinner from the Evil of his Way, is the earnest and hearty Prayer of,
Wapping-School, rour most obedient and bumble Servant,
June 14, 1740 ,