The Scholar's instructor, in a familiar way of speaking : whereby the young beginner may speedily attain the knowledge of the English, Latin, and Greek tongues, gathered for the use and delight of masters and scholars ..
(from t.p.) I. Familiar dialogues -- II. Rules of civility and behaviour towards God and man -- III. Proverbial sentences -- IV. Capping verses -- V. The way to make themes, orations, declamations, epistles, &c. -- VI. Terms of art used in logick and rhetorick -- VII. An expositor of all arts and sciences