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The first Classes is that of the Superior, Select, or Celestial God, and were twenty in Numbers; twelve whereof was stile Consentes, because, in Matter of great Moments, Jupiter admittidst him into their Council; the fecond Class contains fuch, as were deify on Account of his Merit ; the third, those whose Virtue rendered him somewhat superior to Mortal, though not equal to the others God.
YOUNG GENTLEMEN AND LADIES.
Of the English Language, &c.
SH's Grammatical Institutes, or an
Easy Introduction to Dr. Lowth's
Fell's EfTay toward an English Grammar.
ling and Reading
* This Library is intended to direct some tender and valuable Parents wlio may possibly be at a Loís what Books to buy for their
Entick’s New Latin and English Diction
ary. Knox on a Liberal Education. Dr. Watts's-Art of Reading Dr. Nugent's New Pocket Dictionary,
French and English.
Of Amusements, Lives, &c.
Mr. Newberry's Books, viz. Mofaic Crea
tion-New History of England, 12mo.
Children; and likewise to gratify fome young People of an inquisitive and ingenious Difpofition, who have a keen Tafte for Books, but for Want of Experience often purchase Trash, which not only occasions a Loss of Tire and Money, but is a fad Interruption to real Knowledge, and a wretched Perversion of the Understanding and the Heart; and lays a Foundation for shameful Extravagance and Folly in Future Life.
This little Collection, printed in order to shorten -the Path to Knowledge, will doubtless be found defective in many Articles. But the Editor was willing to recommend only those of which he has certain Knowledge. Every Person of good Sense has it in his power to add to the Number, with Respect to his own Children.
Philosophy for Children-Circle of the
son Crusoe. Beauties of History, or PiElures of Vir
tue and Vice, drawn from real Life, 2
vols. Dodder's Fables, izmo. Gay's Fables, 12mo. Spectator- Tatler-and Guardian. Rambler, 4 vols--Idler, 2 vols. Adventurer, 4 vols.-Connoiffeur, 4
vois. Tour through Great Britain, 4 vols. Plutarch's Lives, translated from the
Greek, by the Langhornes, 6 vols. Knox's Elays, Maral and Literary,
vols. British Plutarch, containing the Lives of
Illuftrious Persons, from Henry VIII.
to Geo. II. in 8 vols. 12mo. The Moral Miscellany. The Poetical Miscellany. Moral and Entertaining Dialogues in Eng.
lish and French, 2 vols. by Mrs. Vau. cluse.
Guthrie's Geographical Grammer.
Dr. Watts's and Dr. Jennings's Use of the
-Lockman's History of England, by Quer
tion and Answey. Lockman's Roman History, by Question