The New-English tutor: or, Modern preceptor.
|Secondary Title||Consisting of orthography (or the art of spelling and reading) digested into a practical system under a few plain, easy rules, which any child must be capable of retaining. Observations on the particular powers of letters, and such as vary in their uses and sounds, according to their different positions, the uses of the quiescent letters, &c. All exemplified by lessons, or exercises under them, methodized to a advance a learner in the readiest manner to read a modern author. Also, a practical abstract of English grammar, and scripture histories. This work is beautified with elegant cuts, representing such vices as children are most addicted to and such virtues as should be first inculcated: likewise severa fable cuts, with striking lessons, referring to each particular passion, &c. By A. Fisher.|
|Author||Fisher, A. (Anne), 1719?-1778|
|Publisher||John Murphy, printer and bookseller in Skinner-Row|
|View on Gale Primary Sources||CB0126344005|