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An essay on a course of liberal education for civil and active life. With plans of lectures on I. The study of history and general policy. II. The history of England. III. The constitution and laws on England. By Jos. Priestley, L L. D. F. R. S.
- Priestley, Joseph, 1733-1804.
- MDCCLXVIII. 
The common errors in the education of children, and their consequences; with The Methods to remedy them consider'd under the following Heads; I. The Fault of Parents, in the Nurture of them. II. The Ignorance or Negligence of those who teach them. III. Whether a publick or private School is to be preferr'd. IV. Want of Skill in the Parent or Tutor to distinguish the Genius of the Child; and that too common, but fatal Error of forcing him to Studies or Employments incompatible with the natural Bent of his Inclinations. V. III Methods of teaching Children, and the Neglect of the Regulation of their Morals.
- M,DCC,XLIV.