The child's christian education: or, spelling and reading made easy. [electronic resource] : Being the most proper introduction to the profitable reading the Holy Bible, &c. In five parts. Containing, I. An alphabet, illustrated with cuts; and easy lessons of monosyllables, leading children gradually from spelling to reading in a very short time. II. Tables of words, from two to five syllables, with their proper divisions and accents. III. A plain and impartial account of the whole faith and duty of a Christian: collected out of the writings of the Old and New Testament: digested under proper heads, and delivered in the words of scripture, &c. IV. Rules for spelling. The use of stops. Bishop Ken's three hymns. Questions with answers out of the scripture. Prayers for children. The bishop of sodor and man's admonition to masters of families, &c. V. An exposition of the church catechism, collected from the best divines; namely Archbishop Wake, Bishop Williams, Bishop Burnet, Bishop Beveridge, Dr Worthington, Dr Isham, Dr Stebbing, Dr Bishop, &c. The ninth edition. By the Reverend Mr Fisher, (late of Whickham) now master of the grammar school in Cockermouth. Designed for the use of schools and families. N.B. this book is in the list of those recommended by the Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge.
- London : Printed for the author, and sold by J. Rivington, bookseller to the Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge, in St Paul's Church-Yard; and by the booksellers in Great Britain, MDCCLXVIII. 
108; 48 p. : ill. (woodcut) ; 12⁰.
- Eighteenth century collections online. Part 2: New editions
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