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't,.¡ T' q1f: DAVID Argraffydd^Gzverthzsr. Pupi&j Ci IIEOL-Y-CASTELL, SYDD yn cymmeryd y,,tl c p resen n ol 1 da!u; S diolch i'w Garedigion a r Wlad yn ?yflr(-d}n, a?c? hHnno?aeth, ac yn ostyngedi? h?s??M 'Wdvntci fod vn'HA:- weddar wedi derbyn amrywioi o L VT11V > A 8>- GRAFFU NEWYDDMN, add?? i argEall'iJ «ufitn -'o Gopiau yn yr IeJhoedd C?? Saps)!eg. 'y hviM? afyddemor?aredi? a dvfod A ?!vrf, npuLTfmH,td<!opf a fyddti inor ?- i'w argrailu, efe agailt waith t6g nt?tdd, an??ns fh?mo), yn Argraff-dy Seren Gomer.. D. S. V iKae gan D. J. ar wertli pnb math f,;ytl'¥  Oymrapg a Saesneg. ;i POPULAR SCHQQL nOOKS Published by C. Gradock (littl Jdl- 32, Paternoster Rot:, London •' And may be had of D. Jenkin, Pnntct-of tills Papelv,'iand 1. J. Harries, Swansea; AVilliaiiis; Mftrtiiyi-'l\dfil Evansi Carmarthen; Lewis, Cardigan; Gee, i)er,i»igji < Phillips, Ruthyn; Sanderson, Jones, ,is;t lieu: Lewis, Newport; and all other Boefesetteta, ;r 1. The SECONB EmTiow, witfi RIOTER HISCRITS, enlarged and much iinproved,.I)rice (2-UY'S NEW 'BRIl'ISH^RIMKR, for Chil- dren-of an early Age.: iatC'jded t» precede die EW BRLTISH SPELLING BOOl., and oUiersimilar Rcadin- Books. '-This little volume cons?Hofsu.? ?v cn.?' ?nrd-?a? sentences, and intercut' ? ipssou?,- a?-arpTa!cxdate<t to iemi cMdt'en, step by stf,, ho)n.t:tcAtpba)'ct. Th?suh}ect? while 011 a ievei -%Y*ii?' not !ow?"'tt?}r idef; lUs !)t)pMt that, atnon? th?n?mefOUs attempts to Ir?ut thp i,outlw ind 'ki-I ??hol(t of kJ'Il rlt;(lge, thh Utle work may njieet t(ie W3KU of Child,^id the ?h?a( the Teacher, -j. ? I 2..TO SEvi?Nt? EDITTON';?n ?nc"p?r, ??(.? and jhnch iMprovcd im tttt'aniD?m??t??????v?utS! Is. 6d. bound. s GUY? NEW BRITISH SPM.UNG ihdoK.'or? In?ducti<?) torSpeUmg-'aarf ?eadihg, ? Sev?P.n-ts, cOa. ) taining a great variety of easy Lessons exact y adapted to the capacities of Youth, and arranged in a now, easy, and pleasing order; the Tables of \\onls arc divided al, d accented ] according to the purest modes of pronunciation. In this book the reading lesions are more nUrn«*rofts, the I subjects more choice, the order moi E'pleasing, ::I:\1tue gnir datIOn from the most easy to the more difficult f'v better jiresej-ved, than in other spelling and reading books: these i- also a new and most convenient'division an! arrangoftiem ot the spelling tables; and tlieoutlines f geography, graiti^aar, See. cxkibft the very ideas n.liich chiidren should Jirsst cu.nini t to memory, r.1 short, teachers wiii find in it, throughout, ail that a spelling book should possess. It has been pronounced,; by able instructors, to be greatly superior for all the purposes of teaching;to any thin of the kiod yet puMished. i Mr. (??y seems po foctiy to .mderstand the po? cr? and nature of the infant mind, and the best means of enabling h to comprehend the value ofit-ttc-nl syllables, and \vx>rd«, witA their relatiml tcthins. lie has had experience in teaching, has reasoned on his experience, and e\ 'need h? knowlede in arranging this SpeHin? Book. We have compared it with iVlavors, and several other generally esteemed hr?t boos for children, and found it in almost every particular more simple, more congenial with the language and powers of tiie young mind, and better adapted for instruction, than any other work of its kind. The spelling and reading lessons are placed on opposite pages, and the selection of the latter is such as must naturally expand the mind and improve tiie morals of ciiildreii." Rei)ictc. 3. O11 fine pap; r, and handsomely printed, priec lis. neatly It bound, GUY'S NEW BRITISH READER, or, SEQUEL to his NEW BRITISH SPELLING BOOK, conraining a; great variety of easy Lessons, selected from the most ap- proved Authors; exhibiting a very easy gradation, and adapted to the juntor classes of Ladies' and Gentlemen's Seiiools. This work co-wins a larger selection of very easy reading, both in prose and poetrv, than has yet been made for sciioo! The lessops are not only such as are easy to read, but casy iil comprehend, and suitable both in subject, style, and arrange- !n< nt; AND, WHAT WtLL RE DEm'En A MO?r ES?RNTfAL IM- PROVEMENT, THE MORE DWFIC()LT won i?S AM DtVmEU AND EXPLAIN ED AT THE HEAD OP EACH CHAPTER,  This is oticrf ? I easiest and most useful guides to *r' i-,id ing that W? have seen; and the gradation from p!am and fa- milie to the higher Mrders of composiuou i very judiciously I contrived and executed: a1 agreeable variety, both in prose and verse, i,? also -introduced, as are some inLercstin? tate?. The. book i.? rem?rkabiy vrell printed? and of a very moderate T 1)()Ol? i;? 1)i-int(?d, a-ridofa verv iiiiTietate 4. Just Published the TitHM) LIHTI0, <-N!a?ed, very considerabl'y d Improved, and handsomely printed, prk I Is.fid.bonndinred, IGs. U(idI. 'S ENCLtSH SCHOOL G?A ?Af.\H: in which Practical IlSustratiou is, in every 5kp, hlew!rdwith Theon', j Practice H nst'' ever y step, tended with Theory, by Rules, Examples, and Exercises: adapted throughout to the Use of Schoois and Private Teachers. .In tiiis work.Engli.-h Grannuur is rendered easy to the capa- dey of the learner, not only by giving a concise outline of its general principles, butbv combining theory with practice, by adapting Questions and Exercises in a well digested Order, to each- Rule, by th-iii essential, and it at once to the test of Practice. "I Bv it children w'ii not he en?a?f'd so long as?they now are, with 3V much  hihour Cf the i.?nory, aad iio 4tile i!istance of the unqc1: II stantling. Dr.Lowt:).  5. L(:OD EDITION, eHtar?ed'nHd much improved. 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GUYTS SCHOOL CIBHERING-HOOlv for Begin- ners; coiitaiiig a complete Set of;Suras in the first four Rides of Aritiimetic, printed in lii-e Figures, the Copy-book Size, having all the Sums set, and all the Lines ruled on excellent writing paper, SECOND EDITION, pricc 3s. 6i. Ito. half bound. 1 Als.o, a KEY to the above Sum, price 6d. This work will be equally acceptable to Ladies' and Gen- tlemen's Schools, and private Families. It comprises e?rry thing!essential in the Rules, and will save TeacUets much needless trouble, both in setting and and correcting such SmTIS., The subject of this hook is to supply a course of sums and queii(Jh, quite on a Icn"1 with the capacities of learners, yet copious, various,and systematic; to place the operations ,.e t c'oi)ioiiz, virioiLi,,iii!i til(? 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The CATECHISM of N ATU RE; for the Use of Chil- dren, ByDr. MARTINET, Professor of Philostiphv at Zut- phen- Translated from the Dutch, oy the Rev. JOHN HALL, of the Etiglish Church at Rotterdam. ? Read nature, nature is a friend to tnath:'Young. Sixt!! Edition, prie,' 2.. I¡"tl.v bound, M. CO:{D};{Hf t ()LLOQHO!HM (K?TUFMA SELiXTA; or, a Select Century of M. Corderius' ?tnif?: or t Se-lec? the two first accompanied with"u Literal Translation. To which are added, Two Vocabnla- nc?.taeiir?t of which contains the Conjunctions, Preposi- tions, h)t< r?'ctions, and the more common .\?Frbs HI<H oc- etir in this" Selection: the second, the Noeas, Pronouns, Verbs, Participles, and the less common Advvrbs. Also a Scheme of Lstin Numbers. By the Rev. Jou v FARHER, formerly Master of Witton-le-Wear School, in the county of Durham, and late Vicar of Stanwix, Cumberland. 24, A new Edition, done up in coloured paper, w ith a head of the Author, price 2s. 6:1. sewed, The ARCANA of SHORT-HANI); or, Expffiiûou, Writing made Easy. Bv H. l^wtvoToy. To ""¡lidl are now adaed, Regular Lessons, for want ot which tew have gained a perfect knowledge therein. P,, This Uttle work is ti. most perspictoH", conei-C, and ex- peditious method that has been Jiifcierto proposed, and we are persuaded that we do students of short hand 11 service, in reeollJmendiM St fe their attenttau"—ArMjacoMn Scokw, February,