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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The Rules of Education.

The Chief Rule of the whole Work is, tha nothing may be made tedious and grievous t the Children: but all the toilsomeness of the business the Governour and Ushers are t take upon themselves; that by diligence an industry, all things may be so prepared, metho∣dized and ordered for their apprehension; th their work may unto them be as a delightfu recreation by the variety and easiness thereo

The things to be lookt unto in the care o their education, are 1. Their Advanceme in Piety. 2. The Preservation of their Healt 3. The Forming of their Manners. 4. The Proficiency in Learning.

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