The reformed school by John Dury.

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The reformed school by John Dury.
Dury, John, 1596-1680.
London :: Printed by R.D. for Richard Wodnothe ...,

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Education -- Early works to 1800.
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Concerning the Grounds and Rules of teaching Sciences.

We take this to be the fundamentall and

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undenyable Maxime of all Order to be kept i teaching of Sciences, and educating of youth unto any part of Learning: Viz. That th whole way of his Undertaking must be mad answerable unto the nature of the End, an proportionat unto the property of the Meane and Parts of Learning: and whatsoever i not subordinat unto that, and proportion unto these, is done irrationally and unprofitably towards the advancement of Learning. The Grounds therefore from when we shall gather all our Rules to direct us i the true Method of profiting, are Three; th first, concerning the End; the scond, concerning the Meanes; the Third, concernin the Parts of Learning.

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