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EARLY ILLUSTRATED SCHOOL BOOK 8.
We shall avail ourselves of recent applications of Photography to transferring engravings to electrotypes, ready to be used in ordinary type printing, to give our readers exact impressions from the illustrations of some of the earliest school books. We have before us a little book of about the size of the “New England Primer Improved," with the following title,
“A GUIDE FOR THE CHILD AND YOUTH, IN Two Parts. The first for Children: containing plain and pleasant directions to read ENGLISH; with Prayers, Graces, and Instructions, fitted for the capacity. The second for Youth : Teaching to write, Cast Accounts, and Read more perfectly; with several other Varieties, both pleasant and profitable. By T. H., M. A., Teacher of a private school. London: 1762."
In his Address “ to the Parents, or others,” Mr. T. H., says:“When I consider how Ignorance of late had prevailed amongst the Vulgar, and how those who never learned anything themselves, will yet pretend to teach others; I was almost at a loss whether I should proceed in this small but useful Tract. But since a blessed Sunshine hath appeared in our Horizon, I resolved to publish it for the use and Benefit of Children, and those of riper years." This is followed by “ The Capital Roman Letters ;" "The Small Roman Letters ;" “The Vowels ;” “The Consonants ;” “Double Letters ;” “The Great Italick Letters ;" "The Small Italick ;" "Syllables, ab, eb, ib, ob, ub, and ba, be, bi, bo, bu, by, dc.;" which is followed by a page of “The Dutiful Child's Promises,” viz. :
"I will fear God and honour my King.
I will forgive my Enemies, and pray to God for them." Then follows the illustrated Alphabet for “The Child's Guide," which is again introduced as “The Youth's Guide,” with extracts mainly from the Bible. We combine the two in the following pages. The illustrations, as well as the rhymes, were either copied from, or suggested by “The New England Primer Improved," or else introduced into the latter from “The Guide," or else both were copied or suggested from an earlier original, which we have not the facilities at hand for determining. The illustrations were copied for this Journal by the American Phototype Company, whose office is in Leroy Place, Bleeker Street, New York.
THE CHILD'S BEHAVIOUR FROM MORNING TO NIGHT. First in the Morning when thou dost Be meek in thy Carriage, stare none in awake,
the Face; To God for his Grave thy Petition make. First hold up your hands, and then say Some heavenly Prayer use daily to say, thy Gracc. And the God of Heaven will bless thee The Grace being said, if able thou be alway.
To serve at the Table, it will become Child, after thou hast prayed to God for
thee. his Assistance, observe these following But in sitting down, to your Betters give
If thou canst not wait, presume in no case, Rules.
place. Down from thy Chamber when as thou suffer each Man first served to be; shalt go,
For it is a point of great courtesie. Thy Parents salute & the household also. Let not thy Tongue at the Table walk; Thy Hands see thou wash, thy Head also And of no matter either jangle or talk; comb;
For Cato doth say that in old and in Keep clean thy apparel both abroad and
young, at home.
The first step to Virtue is to bridle the This done,thy Satchel, & thy Books take;
In the Church.
When unto the Church thou shalt take Thy Hat put off, salute those you meet."
thy way, When to the School thou shalt resort,
Kneeling or standing to God humbly Salute thy Master, I do thee exhort:
pray. Thy fellows also, in token of Love.
| A contrite Heart he will not despise,
| But doth account it a sweet Sacrifice. Lest of unkindness they thee reprove: Learn then in thy youth, for it is too true,
Unto him thy Sins Shew and confess, It will be too late when Age doth ensue.
| Asking for them Pardon and ForgiveIf thou doubt any thing, desire to be told;
ness. It is no shame to learn, be thou never so
Then ask thou in Faith, not doubting to
have, old. When from School you shall take your
And thou shalt receive that which thou
dost crave, way, Make haste to your home, and stay not More merciful he is than Tongue can exto play:
press, The House then entering, in the Parents
The Author and Giver of Grace and presence,
Goodness. Humbly Saluto them, with due reverence. In the Church comely thy self well be
have; At the Table.
Sober in' carriage, with countenance When down to the Table thy Parents
ve. shall sit,
The Lord doth call it the House of Prayer. In place be ready for purpose most fit. It must not be used as a Market or Fair.
ABADIE & SONS,
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