Confifting of Tables of Words in
one, two, three, and four Syllables ;
with natural and easy Lessons in each,
adapted to the Capacity of Children
from three Years old and upwards,
and yet so, that such as can already
read, may receive sensible Instruction
thereby : Being diversify'd with a
Variety of Lessons both moral and
divine, as also Fables and pleasant
Stories, in order to improve the Mind
and the Understanding.
Contains a very easy and approved
Guide to English Grammar, by Way
of Question and Answer, for the
Use of Schools as well as private
Persons, and by which a Lad may
very soon become acquainted with the
Knowledge of the English-Tongue,
very little Trouble and Appli-
Has a Collection of the most use.
ful Words of two, three and four
Syllables, viz. Noun Substantives,
Adjectives and Verbs (placed Alpha-
betically under their relpective Herds)
which are accented and exļlained
for the better instructing of Youth.
and Information of such Persons as
would know ihe Meaning of what
they read and write; being a ufetud
I structor for the School, Shop, or
Contains many useful Things ne-
cessary to help the young Beginner,
and inform the more grown-upYouth,
viz. First, a Receipt for good black
Ink; Directions for W iting, with a
Collection of Alphabetical Copies :
Also a Variety of Pieces both in
Prose and Verse, proper for Break.
ings-up ; being not nly divitia
ing to the Mind, and improving to
the Morals, but a great Help to
presen' Youth from failing a Sacri-
fice to the common Temptations of
Life, and their own unguarded Par.
Recommended by several eminent Clergymen, School-Ma-
sters, and Others, as the most useful Book of the Kind.
By DANIEL FENNING,
Late School Master of Bures, in Suffolk, and AUTHOR of
The Use of the Globes, Practical Arithmetick, &c.
Printed for S. Crowder and H. WOODGATE, at the Golden
Ball, in Pater-nofter Row, and B. COLLINS, at Salisbury.