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Page 136 - For they bind heavy burdens and grievous to be borne, and lay them on men's shoulders ; but they themselves will not move them with one of their fingers.
Page 20 - LITTLE RHYMES FOR LITTLE FOLKS. By the Author of " The Infant's Friend," " Easy Rhymes,
Page 4 - Butler's Outline Maps, and Key, or GEOGRAPHICAL AND BIOGRAPHICAL EXERCISES ; with a Set of Coloured Outline Maps, designed for the use of Young Persons. By the late WILLIAM BUTLER. Enlarged by the Author's Son, J.
Page 16 - Edition. 6. ELLEN the TEACHER; a Tale for Youth. By Mrs. HOFLAND. New Edition. 7. The HISTORY of an OFFICER'S WIDOW and her YOUNG FAMILY. By the same Author.
Page 12 - The BEAUTIES of HISTORY ; or. Pictures of Virtue and Vice, drawn from examples of Men eminent for their Virtues, or infamous for their Vices. Selected for the instruction and entertainment of Youth.
Page 12 - TRIUMPHS of GENIUS and PERSEVERANCE, exemplified in the Histories of Persons, who, from the lowest state of Poverty and early Ignorance, have risen to the highest Eminence in the Arts and Sciences. By ELIZABETH STRUTT, Author of " Practical Wisdom,
Page 6 - The Writer has never seen any Scripture History precisely on the same plan. He is of opinion that religious instruction should be given in very early life. He thinks that very salutary impressions are often made even at an early age.
Page 17 - ... Ou Petits Contes Moraux. With a Key to the difficult words and phrases. Frontispiece. Second Edition. 18mo, 2s. cloth. " Written in pure and easy French.
Page 7 - The first of these little Treatises is intended to be the young pupil's manual; and the greater part of it is to be committed to memory : the Second is designed to remain some time in the possession of the teacher for her own occasional use ; the whole, to assist ladies in teaching the rudiments of Grammar, not only to the female part of their family, but their little sons, before they go to school.