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THE SECOND EDITION,
A correct List of the PROPRIETORS OF EAST-INDIA STOCK
qualified to vote at General Elections. Complete Lists of the Company's SERVANTS, AT HOME AND
ABROAD, Civil, MILITARY, AND MARINE, with their respective Appointments ; with Indexes to the same, and Lists
of Casualties during the last Year. Lists of the EUROPEANS, MARINERS, &c. not in the Service
of the East-India Company, Lists of Private Vessels, licensed by the Company under
the late Act of Parliament; and of MERCHANT VESSELS
employed in the Country Trade in India.
WRITERS, CADETS, AND ASSISTANT SURGEONS.
FUNDS, connected with the Company's Service.
With a variety of other useful Information.
Compiled, by Permission of the Honourable East-Iudia Company,
'OFFICIAL RETURNS RECEIVED AT THE
EAST-INDIA HOUSE :
A. W. MASON, GEO. OWEN, AND G. H. BROWN,
of the Secretary's Office, East-India House.
LONDON: Printed by Cox and Baylis, Great Queen Street, Solid hy BLACK, KINGSBURY PARBURY and ALLEN, Leadenhall Street; aud G. and W. B. WHITTAKER,
Ave Maria Lane.
Spelling and licading.
THE CHILD'S FIRST BOOK ;
Price 3d. The“ Child's First Book” consists of Monosyllables only, arranged in such a way as to give the correct Sound of the Vowels in tbeir various Situations; thus laying the Foundation for Spelling and Reading on anerring Principles.
PINNOCK'S EXPLANATORY ENGLISH SPELLING BOOK; Calculated to assist Youth in attaining with Ease a perfect Knowledge of their native Tongue; comprising numerous Spelling and Reading Lessons, progressively arranged and classed, according to the Capacity of the Learner, &c. &c. The Ninth Edition, enlarged and improved. Price
Is. Gd. Independent of the Spelling and Reading Lessons being more systematically arran red than in any cotemporary publication, in tbe " Explanatory Spelling Book” are introduced Original Lessons on every Montb of the Year, with a copious and familiar Explanation of the Fasts and Festivals observed in the Church of England; forming also a complete Key to the Almanack; with Rules for pronouncing Greek, Latin, and Scripture Proper Names: a short Catechism on the Arts and Sciences, and the fundamental Principles of English Grammar, the Church Catechism, Dr. Watts's Catechism, &c. &c.
THE MENTORIAN PRIMER;
DUNCAN's ENGLISH EXPOSITOR;
Or, A NEW EXPLANATORY SPELLING BOOK; Containing an Alphabetical Arrangement and Classi fication of the most useful, proper, and appropriate Words in the English Language, divided into Sylla: bles, properly accented and explained.
By the Pler. J, DUNCAN, A. M.
Sixth Edition, Price Is. 6d. This Book is recommended as an excellent sub. stitute, in Junior Classes, for the several School Dictionaries now in nse, as it contains all the most useful Words, progressively arranged, with their correct pro. nunciation, and the delinitions given in language of easy comprehension.
Or, PINNOCK'S SECOND BOOK FOR CHILDREN
AT AN EARLY AGB; In which considerable Pains have been taken to adapt
it to their Capacities.
THE FIRST SPELLING BOOK
FOR CHILDREN: Containing a Selection of Spelling Lessons only, in natural and appropriate Gradation; intended as an Introductory Assistant to DUNCAN's Esglish ExPOSITOR.
THE SCRIPTURE SPELLING BOOK;
(Being an lotroduction to the CHRISTIAN CHILD'S READER,
And all other Religious Books ) Containing Tables of Words selected from the Old and New Testaments, to which are annexed their meaning and pronunciation; together with a variety of easy and familiar Reading Lessons, taken from the Holy Scriptures. Price ls. 6d.
The Fifth Edition, eularged by the adınission of se-
veral Original Pieces, (in the press, and nearly ready
for publication.) Price 5s, 6d.
Nos. I, II, and Ill.
A SHORT SYSTEM OF
By ROBERT FRAITER, Mathematical Teacher,
Price 23. 6d.
A new and improved Edition;
Containing a variety of Exercises, particularly
adapted to the present System of Trade and Com
Theur Pour READERS are so arranged as to lead
on the l'upil, by easy and regular gradation, to a
complete acquirement of the art of Rrading with
grace and propriety ; every care being taken to adapt
them to the capacities of you:h; and the system on
which they are edited being found, from experience,
to afford peculiar facility of instruction, with ease and
pleasantsess to the instructos.--The length of time
ihat ibe " Explanatory English Reader” has been
out of priat bas unavoidably induced some of its
former patrons to substitute other books for it ; but
the constant and unabateil demand for the Work is
a certain proof of the estimation in which it is held;
and the Proprietors bare therefore endeavoured to
improve and augment the Present Edition, that it
may malatin its superiority among the numerous
“ Readers” which have of late issued from the press.
By ROBERT FRAITER,
THE YOUNG LADIES'
Containing such Ruler only as are essential to
THE YOUNG GENTLEMAN'S
“This Catechism is the most easy and instructive
Work that bas ever appeared on this important
By B. HALLORAN, Esq.
“In this work much criginal matter will be found:
amusement is blended with instruction ; and as most
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