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BY WILLIAM WILSON, A. M.
VICAR OF WALTHAMSTOW.
"Whom shall he teach knowledge? and whom shall he make to understand
ISAIAH, Chap. xxviii. ver. 9, 10.
PRINTED FOR GEORGE WILSON,
CORNER OF ESSEX STREET, STRAND.
CHAPTER I.-The moral Influence of the Superintend-
CHAPTER II. Subjects of Instruction in an Infants'
CHAPTER III.-Modes of Instruction in an Infants' School
CHAPTER V.—The Arrangement and the Mode of Con-
CHAPTER VII.-Expenses attendant on the Fitting-up
THE Author of the following pages does not presume to think that the system which he has attempted to unfold can, with any justice, lay claim either to originality or perfection. His purpose will be sufficiently answered, if he shall have convinced those who may kindly peruse what he there offers to their notice, that the end which that system proposes is worthy of their consideration; and he will feel himself highly gratified, if the imperfection of his attempt should call forth the energies of others, on a subject which is, he conceives, at once of so extensive an importance, and capable of so many improvements.