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GRIFFITHS, Lli?hn?r a ?cih- I J )llw r' y Fal'dlnadfa, A hntawe, yn cymmervd y -yr,l, e Iiy-n 1 clalu ihojcn i'w GyfcHi'ou !},? vn?<t-,e<:inj (?e yn iwyai ne.Uduo! yn awr i'r rhai sydd YR y ?"t' am cu carcd?rwydd a u rynnortiiwy paraus iddo ef; ac ar yr pryd y"d<?yf euhystyriaedt yn nei!lduol o'r amrv»V- .aeth tra.he.aeth agsydd?nddo'n bresern.ol 0 DdetWidiau Jfm a gns'?in vn ?y?-edin.)), y rbai y g?Iu<?ir<-f i'w g?er- I t I codiad d?ymhar yneu prisodd), yn Jiawn y ca;t t 0T art hris y "?' ??? ?" eu gwneuthur, am an an 'arot". ? Dymunir ar deu'uodd, ac ereil!. i bwrcasu yn ffvnncr, cran .yhydd?vgynny?etn, er ei bod yn heb.eth Y-r"" c,rl -a? Ll ai-l?'t)? cyn y bvado n hir. Y Mae REKS JO?Nil,S? Steil, Aber- tav?e, \wdi derbyn yn ddiweddar Asalder o amrvw fain o Gi-i, teBOe, ETU-VVLYiiiOJV, m?is BH/VNDY, GIX RUM &< Uht Y "? ?' ?" eu S?'?rthu yn ddigymmysc, am y ? 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The subjects, while on a fevel with their understandings, will not lower lower their ideas. 11 is hoped tt)at, among tht-numfrou. attempt-, to lead the young mind over the threshold of kno v- ledg{" this little work may meet the wants of the Child, and itht-wtsncscf the Teacher. 2. The SE VENTH EDITION, on fine paper, corrected and much improved in the arrangement, with 40 new Cuts added, price Is. 6d. tKSund. a(.dUde\d', S NEW BRITISH SPELLING BOOK, or an Introduction to Spelling and Reading, in Seven Parts, con- taming a great variety of easy Lessons exactly adapted to the capacities of Youth, and lrrangell in a new, easy, and pleLiSi tig order; the Taides of Words are d ivided and accented according to the purest modrsof pronunciation. in this hook the reading lessons arc more numerous, the | subjects more choice, the order more pleasing, and the gra- dation from the most easy to the more difficult far better preserved, than in other spelling and reading books: theseu also a new and most convenient division and arrangement of the spelling bibles; and the outlines of geo-jraph v, grammar, &c, exhibit the very ideas which children sheukffirst eonunit to memory. In sbort, telelici-s will find in it, throughout, all tuat a spelling book should possess. 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The spelling and reading lessons a re placed on opposite pages, and the selection of the latter is such as muit naturally expand the mind and improve the morals of children." —Antijacohin Jieviov. i On fine paper, and handsomely printed, price 4s.. neatly bound' GUYS NEW BRITISH KKADER, or, SEQUEL to his NEW BRITISH SPELLING BOOK, containing a great variety of easy Lessons, selected from the most an- great variety of eaesxy hi^ biting a very easy gradation, and adapted to the junior chs&es of Ladies' and Gentlemen's Schuols. This work contains a larger selection of very easy reading, both in prose and poetry, than has yet been made forschools. The lessons are not onl y such as are easy to read, but easy to comprehend, and suitableboth in subject, gtyle, and arrange- ment AM), .WHAT WILLnE DEEMED A MOST ESSENTIAL nf- PROV>n!JKNT, THE MORE OfFFtCVlT WORDS ARE DIViDEP AND EXPLAINED AT THE WEAD OF EACH CHAPTER, Tuijj is one of the easiest and most useful-guides to read- in that we have seen; ard the gradation from plain and fa- milier to the higher ordeife of composition is very judiciously contrived and executed: «i agreeable variety, both in prose and verse, is also introduced, as are some interesting talcs. The book is remarkably veil printed, and of a very moderate price."—British Critir, July 1811. 4. Just Published the THIRD EDITION, enlarged, very considerably improved and handsomely printed, price to s. 6d. bound in red, iGa.UMY. 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Royal 18mo. with SC'cn handsomo Maps, price 3s. bound in in reVd,S SCHOOL GEOGRA PHY; on a new, easy, and highly approved Plan: comprising not only a complete ge- neral Description, butmneh Topograpiiical Information, in a well digested Order., exhil)ititigtlire* distinct Parts, and yet forming one conn>eted Who Ie. Expressly a uaptcd to every Age and Capacity, and to every Class of Learners, both in Ladies' and G<ntlemen's Schools. We think this woik entitled to unqualified approbation. It unites utiility withcheapuess. Its method is simple and practicable, and well ulapted to the first wants of the mind. Mr. Guy is already krowll as the author of some other works of a similar nature, md this will add to his merit in that species of composition"—Universal Magazine, April, 181:0, The Maps on handsome draicing paper, neatly co- loured, are sold separaiefor the convenience of Teachers, price 6. 2?.  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The subject of this hook is to supply a course of sums and questions, quite m a level with the capacities of learners, yet copious, various,and systematic; to place the operations m that succession which will materially lessen, if not altogether remove, fit di tfictlltie; and enable the learner to comprehend the whoje with abundantly more, ease to himself, and less assistance frmi tlie master, than can he etlected by the-usual initiatory hodes of instruction."—Antijacobin lle- November, i??. 7. viewS, IXTH EDITION, on file pa er handsomely printed, with near two hurled ?ew articles added, and the whole carefully correct('i aiii much improved, price 7s. boards, or is. neatly Imnd. oGr U7sY. 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