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Youth's friendly monitor: being a set of directions, prudential, moral, religious, and scientific. First drawn up for a Farewel Present, by the Master of an Academy near London, to his Pupils on their removing from under his Care. To which is prefixed, An Account of the extraordinary Proceedings of some Persons, which occasioned the Publication of this Tract, contrary to the Author's original Intention. Together with Theophilus, a character worthy of imitation. By the author of Britain's remembrancer, The Dignity of Human Nature, and other Tracts.
- Burgh, James, 1714-1775.
- MDCCLIV.