School Pastime for Young Children, Or, The Rudiments of Grammar: In an Easie and Delightful Method, for Teaching of Children to Read English Distinctly, and Write it Truly, in Which, by Way of Preface, a New Method is Propounded, for the Fitting of Children First for Trades, and Then for the Latin, and Other Languages, Volume 1
Printed and are to be sold ... by Robert Walton, 1669
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