The School of Manners
"At Church, at Home, at Table, in Company, in Discourse, at School, abroad, and amoung Boys. With some other short and mixt Precepts. By the Author of the English Exercises." This replica of the fourth edition, as printed in London in 1701, gives all the necessary guidelines for teaching children the "decent Carriage and Behaviour" that is "universally demanded." Among its precepts: "FEAR GOD, Honour the KING, Reverence thy Parents, Submit to thy Superiors, Despise not thy inferiors, Imitate not the wicked, Love the School , and Be always cleanly." 31 pages.
Rules for Childrens Behavior
Facsimile Edition of 1701 Original Printed in London
One of the First Known Publications on Manners for Children
Made in USA