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, Volumen1
Printed and are to be sold ... by Robert Walton, 1669
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