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BEING PART OF
A PLAN OF APPROPRIATE INSTRUCTION FOR
By Mrs. TRIMMER.
RINTED FOR F. C. AND J. RIVINGTON, NO. 62, ST. PAUL'S
OBJECTIONS having been made to the first Edition of this Work, as being in some respects too difficult for the generality of Teachers, and as containing some unnecessary Directions; the Author, from an earnest desire to be as useful as her talents will admit of, and at the same time to shew deference to the judgment of those respectable persons who have kindly favoured her with Strictures upon her Plan, has been induced to attempt an Improvement of the Work, by omitting some things, and adding others. It is needless to point out the particulars of the ALterations which have been made, as they may be known by a comparison of the following Table of Contents with that of the former Edition. It will be sufficient to mention, that this volume is calcu lated for general use, and may either serve as an Introduction to the other articles of the plan, or may be used as a separate Work; but that the second Volume is particularly adapted to Children educated in the principles of the Church of England. Directions for the Teacher concerning the Use of the Lectures, are occasionally inserted in the places which re quire them; and it is hoped that no remaining difficulties will be found,
A Specimen Page of a Book for marking down the Children's Places on Examination Days, as recommended in the Directions to Teachers, Page 1.