|Title:||The A. B. C set forthe by the Kynges maiestie and his clergye, and commaunded to be taught through out all his realme. All other vtterly set a part as the teachers thereof tender his graces fauour.|
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The A. B. C set forthe by the Kynges maiestie and his clergye, and commaunded to be taught through out all his realme. All other vtterly set a part as the teachers thereof tender his graces fauour.
[Imprinted at London: By Wyllyam Powell, [1547?]]
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The A. B. C set forthe by the Kynges maiestie and his Clergye, and commann∣ded to be taught through out all his Realme. All other vtterly set a part as the teachers thereof tender his graces fauour.
Sign of the Cross
The prayer of our lorde.
¶ The salutation of the Aungel to the blessed virgin Marye.
¶ The Crede, or xii. articles of the Christen faythe.
The x. cōmaundementes of almighty god.
¶ Grace before dynner.
¶ Grace after dynner.
Grace before supper.
Grace after supper.
De profundis clamaui.
¶ These questions the master ought to demaunde and to lerne his scolers.
¶ Then when the chyld is come to discre∣tion, let hym be induced to knowe what god is.
¶ It is also necessary to knowe what man is.
☞ A godly rule of the true and Christian religion.
¶ Here after foloweth an inuocation vn∣to the holy Trinitie.
After dynner or supper.