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imploring Shelter and Patronage beneath your com: fortable:Royal Wing, with the Impression of your Royal Motron, well knowing that the true Genii of Great Britain are entirely prepared to accept, and will most readily and chearfully pursue whatsoever may be direéted by the judicious and well-guiding Motions of your Royal Highness, our most hopeful and much admired PR ince, whom Britannia's true Sons (without any Manner of: Doubt) esteem, account, and compare (if so weak, a Comparison may be presumed) to a fruitful $oil, adorn'd with multiparous Signatures of hidden, immense, and inestimable Treasures, which the Almighty Creator will, in his good Time, providentially communicate and dispense through his Royal Medium, the Person of your Royal
Higasess to the British Dominions in general.
ovo o or . . . . . . . . . . . . . But, to panegyrize duly on what appears so very conspicuously in your Royal PERSON, must be referred to the hard and laborious Task, which will be found a Toil for the most able and strongest Perception, Reason, and Judgment; therefore it behoves the Author to prostrate for your Royal PAR pos in presuming a Hint at such a Measure of hereditary Excellency (as his weak, Abilities are in no Capacity to prognosticate upon), to adhere to
I T is hoped, that this Undertaking will not appear undeserving of the Reception and Encouragement of every worthy Teacher of our Language 3 (as well as Parents and Guardians) that, by following the Method here laid down, each School will be properly constituted a GRAMMAR ScHool; and the Trouble in instručing Children greatly diminished. Hereby £he English Language is, in Effee?, reduced to a Standard; its Copiousnes; manifested; and, contrary to the Opinion of too many, the extreme Easiness of its Attainment clearly demonfrated.
Note, This GRAMMAR contains a Method so easy, that every Female Teacher in the British Dominions may open an English GRAM Mar School, and render themselves much more useful to the Public.