|Author:||Morrice, Thomas, fl. 1617-1619.|
|Title:||An apology for schoole-masters tending to the aduauncement of learning, and to the vertuous education of children. By Thomas Morrice, Master of Artes.|
|Publication info:||Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
2011 December (TCP phase 2)
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An apology for schoole-masters tending to the aduauncement of learning, and to the vertuous education of children. By Thomas Morrice, Master of Artes.
Morrice, Thomas, fl. 1617-1619.
London: Printed by Bernard Alsop, for Richard Flemming, and are to be sold at his shoppe at the signe of the three Flower-de-Luces in Saint Pauls' Alley neere Saint Gregories Church, 1619.
|Alternate titles:||Apologie for scholemasters.|
Running title reads: An apologie for schoolemasters.
Signatures: A-D (-A1,2).
Reproduction of the original in the British Library.
Teachers -- Early works to 1800.
TO THE RIGHT HO∣nourable the Lord Rosse, Sonne and Heyre apparent of the Right Honourable Earle of Rutland.
To the curteous Reader.
¶ The Contents of the Trea∣tise following.
AN APOLOGY for Schoole-masters, tending to the aduauncement of Learning, and to the vertuous education of Children.
Certaine Reasons demonstra∣ting the prioritie of Place of the Schoolemaster, before the Ste∣ward to any subiect.