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The Resource Reading made perfectly easy, or, An introduction to the reading the Holy Bible : consisting of lessons so disposed that the learner is led on with pleasure from easy to more hard words, which is the only rational method of teaching : being sentences from Scripture, and other books on moral and religious subjects : and also, Scripture stories, very pleasant and advantageous to youth, to prepare them to understand the Holy Scriptures, by T. Dyke, schoolmaster, in London

Reading made perfectly easy, or, An introduction to the reading the Holy Bible : consisting of lessons so disposed that the learner is led on with pleasure from easy to more hard words, which is the only rational method of teaching : being sentences from Scripture, and other books on moral and religious subjects : and also, Scripture stories, very pleasant and advantageous to youth, to prepare them to understand the Holy Scriptures, by T. Dyke, schoolmaster, in London

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Reading made perfectly easy, or, An introduction to the reading the Holy Bible : consisting of lessons so disposed that the learner is led on with pleasure from easy to more hard words, which is the only rational method of teaching : being sentences from Scripture, and other books on moral and religious subjects : and also, Scripture stories, very pleasant and advantageous to youth, to prepare them to understand the Holy Scriptures
Title
Reading made perfectly easy, or, An introduction to the reading the Holy Bible
Title remainder
consisting of lessons so disposed that the learner is led on with pleasure from easy to more hard words, which is the only rational method of teaching : being sentences from Scripture, and other books on moral and religious subjects : and also, Scripture stories, very pleasant and advantageous to youth, to prepare them to understand the Holy Scriptures
Statement of responsibility
by T. Dyke, schoolmaster, in London
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Contributor
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
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Cataloging source
CLU
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
no index present
Literary form
non fiction
Target audience
juvenile
Label
Reading made perfectly easy, or, An introduction to the reading the Holy Bible : consisting of lessons so disposed that the learner is led on with pleasure from easy to more hard words, which is the only rational method of teaching : being sentences from Scripture, and other books on moral and religious subjects : and also, Scripture stories, very pleasant and advantageous to youth, to prepare them to understand the Holy Scriptures, by T. Dyke, schoolmaster, in London
Instantiates
Publication
Note
  • Author and editor's names from copyright notice dated March, 1766 on verso of frontispiece
  • Woodcuts: frontispiece; text illustrations
  • "Price 6d."
  • Includes dedications by Fenning; preface
  • Alphabet of letters: p. 7
  • Fables: p. 85-90
  • Printing error: printer's name on imprint misprinted; correct spelling from colophon
Dimensions
16 cm.
Edition
  • The fortieth edition /
  • with great improvements, by D. Fenning, author of The universal spelling book, &c. &c ; to which are subjoined six familiar fables, with an instructive moral to each of them.
Extent
96 p.
Note
  • Quarter light brown sheep and gray paper over boards.
  • Ex libris May & George Shiers.
Other physical details
ill.
System control number
  • (OCoLC)31367654
  • ucoclc31367654
Label
Reading made perfectly easy, or, An introduction to the reading the Holy Bible : consisting of lessons so disposed that the learner is led on with pleasure from easy to more hard words, which is the only rational method of teaching : being sentences from Scripture, and other books on moral and religious subjects : and also, Scripture stories, very pleasant and advantageous to youth, to prepare them to understand the Holy Scriptures, by T. Dyke, schoolmaster, in London
Publication
Note
  • Author and editor's names from copyright notice dated March, 1766 on verso of frontispiece
  • Woodcuts: frontispiece; text illustrations
  • "Price 6d."
  • Includes dedications by Fenning; preface
  • Alphabet of letters: p. 7
  • Fables: p. 85-90
  • Printing error: printer's name on imprint misprinted; correct spelling from colophon
Dimensions
16 cm.
Edition
  • The fortieth edition /
  • with great improvements, by D. Fenning, author of The universal spelling book, &c. &c ; to which are subjoined six familiar fables, with an instructive moral to each of them.
Extent
96 p.
Note
  • Quarter light brown sheep and gray paper over boards.
  • Ex libris May & George Shiers.
Other physical details
ill.
System control number
  • (OCoLC)31367654
  • ucoclc31367654

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