|Author:||Poiret, Pierre, 1646-1719.|
|Title:||The true principles of the Christian education of children briefly and plainly declared and recommended to parents and all others concerned in the institution of youth. Very profitable for all sorts of persons, as containing the great and fundamental truths and duties of the Christian religion. / Translated from the second edition of the original French.|
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The true principles of the Christian education of children briefly and plainly declared and recommended to parents and all others concerned in the institution of youth. Very profitable for all sorts of persons, as containing the great and fundamental truths and duties of the Christian religion. / Translated from the second edition of the original French.
Poiret, Pierre, 1646-1719.
Edinburgh,: Printed by John Reid, in the year, M. DC. XCV. 
Christian education of children -- 17th century -- Sources.
THE TRANSLATOR TO THE Christian Reader.
THE Authors Advertisement TO THE READER.
The Contents. Giving the READER a Summary View of the Whole.
I. The Faculty of Desire.
Consequences from this.
II. The Faculty of Understanding.
Consequences of this.
Three wayes of exercising it.
Where three things are to be recom∣mended to their notice.
III. The Faculty of Rejoiceing.
Certain grounds of Rejoicing to be in∣culcate on Young Ones
Innocent Divertisement must be al∣lowed young ones but with some Cautions
IV. The Executive Faculty.
What Young Ones must practise.
Some Passages of Scripture, declaring the O∣bligations that ly on Parents, carefully to endeavour the Religious Educati∣on of Childrcn.
The Obligations of Children to listen to the Instructions of their parents, likewayes represented from some few passages of Scripture.
The Reader is intreated to correct the following mistakes.
The JUST MEASURES Of the Pious Institution of YOUTH.
1. Concerning GOD.
THE PRAYER OF RUSBROCHIUS, Translated from the LATIN.