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Author: Harmar, Samuel.
Title: Vox populi, or, Glostersheres desire:: with, the way and means to make a kingdome happy (by Gods help.) By setting up of schoole-masters in every parish throughout the land generally. Being fit for the help of religious ministers in their heavenly worke. And for the removing of the three capitall enormities of this land, viz. ignorance, prophanesse and idlenesse. Set forth for the benefit of all the young children in the kings dominions: with schoole-lawes and orders, for every English schoole-master, and family, to have in their houses. For the training up young children, both in godlinesse and manners, for the good of the land. With the confuting of certain objections that would hinder and make void so good a worke. by Samuel Harmar.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library
2012 November (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: Vox populi, or, Glostersheres desire:: with, the way and means to make a kingdome happy (by Gods help.) By setting up of schoole-masters in every parish throughout the land generally. Being fit for the help of religious ministers in their heavenly worke. And for the removing of the three capitall enormities of this land, viz. ignorance, prophanesse and idlenesse. Set forth for the benefit of all the young children in the kings dominions: with schoole-lawes and orders, for every English schoole-master, and family, to have in their houses. For the training up young children, both in godlinesse and manners, for the good of the land. With the confuting of certain objections that would hinder and make void so good a worke. by Samuel Harmar.
Harmar, Samuel.

London: Printed for Thomas Bates, and are to be sould in hsi [sic] shop in the Old-Bayly, 1642.
Subject terms:
Education -- Great Britain
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A87122.0001.001

Contents
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VOX POPULI, on Glostershires Desire.
The great Evils that doe Ʋuiversaly spread over the Land, are three, that is to say, Igrorance, Propha∣nesse, and Idlenesse.
The Lawes of the Schoole, fit to acquaint young Children with dayly; that so when they come to be Men, they may be the better fitted to observe the good Lawes of the Land.
Religious and Morrall Precepts of the Master to his Schollers, called the Lawes of the Schools, davided into foure Parts.