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CHILDREN from Five to Ten Years old ; including Moral Dialogues, The Children's Island, a Tale, Thoughts and Maxims, Models of Composition in Writing for Children Ten or Twelve Years old; and a New Method of teaching Children to draw. Translated from the French of Madame de Genlis. In One Volumę. 12mo. Price 45. Boards.
2. LA BRUYERE THE LESS; or Characters and Manners of the Children of the present Age. Written for the Use of Children of Twelve or Thirteen Years; with the Exception of the Ten last Chapters, which apply to Persons of more advanced Years. Translated from the French of Madame de Genlis. In One Volume, 12mo. Price 3s. 6d.
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1. HE ENGLISH READER; or, Pieces in Prose and Poetry.
Selected from the best Writers. Designed to assist young Persons to read with Propriety and Effect: to improve their Language and Sentiments; and to inculcate some of the most important Principles of Piety and Virtue.—With a few preliminary Observations on the Principles of good Reading, the Second Edition,
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Monthly Review, August, 1799. 2. ENGLISH GRAMMAR, adapted to the different Classes of Learners. With an Appendix, containing Rules and Observations for assisting the more
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