The compleat tutor.
|Secondary Title||Being the second part to the Child's compleat tutor. Consisting, I. Of Words of Four, Five, Six, and Seven Syllables. II. Tables of the most usual Scripture names, with their Signification. - Of the usual Proper Names of Men and Women, and their Signification. III. Of Letters in general; of Diphthongs Tripthongs, with the Division of Syllables. IV. A Table of Words, the same, or nearly alike in Sound, but different in Sense and Spelling. V. The Use of Stops and Marks in Writing, and a List of Abbrevations, with their Explanations. VI. Treating on Grammar in general. Vii. Of Figures and Numerals. To which is added, select fables in prose and verse. Intended for the use of schools. By John Jones, Usher in Bromsgrove Free-School.|
|Author||Jones, John, usher in Bromsgrove Free-School|
|Publisher||S. Gamidge, at Prior's Head|
|View on Gale Primary Sources||CW0115587278|