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Context of The country-Man's conductor in reading and writing true English, : Containing such Rules as the author, by near Forty Years Practice in Teaching, hath found Necessary and Useful to that end. Printed chiefly for the use of the author's own school, and may also be useful to all Teachers, Parents, Masters of Families, and Single-Persons, to improve themselves, their Children and Families, in good English. To which are added, some examples of the English of our honourable ancestors, and also of our Western Dialect. And some arithmetical rules to be learnt by children, before or as soon as they are put to Writing. By John White, sometime Master of Mr. Chilcot's English-Free-School in Tiverton, and now Master of a Boarding-School in Butterly, near Tiverton aforesaid
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