||being a new method of teaching children and adult persons to read, write, and understand the English tongue in less Time, and with much greater Ease, than has hitherto been taught. Containing an Alphabetical Collection of the most useful, proper, and elegant Words, divided into Syllables, and accented; together with a short and easy Explication of each Word, thereunto annexed. To which are prefixed A New Table of Monosyllables; the Use of Capitals, Stops, and Marks in Writing; a large Number of Abbreviations and Distinctions of Words; and many other Orthographical Rules and Observations, very useful and necessary for Schools and Families. By Henry Boad, Writing-Master at Colchester.
||J. Fuller, in Ave-Mary-Lane; J. and F. Rivington, in St. Paul's Church-Yard; Hawes, Clarke, and Collins, S. Crowder, Robinson and Roberts, and R. Baldwin, in Pater-Noster-Row