1508-1800 > Mother's catechism for the young child; or, a preparatory help for the young and the ignorant

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                                        THE

                   MOTHER's CATECHISM.

                                    FOR THE

                        YOUNG CHILD;

                                         OR, A

                   PREPARATORY HELP

                                     FOR THE

                  Young and the Ignorant.

In order to the eaſier underſtanding the Aſſembly's
                       SHORTER CATECHISM.

Prov. xxii. 6. Train up a Child in the way he ſhould go,
       and when he is old he will net depart from it.
Hoſea iv. 6. My people are deſtroyed for lack of knowledge.

By Mr. JOHN WILLISON Miniſter of the Goſpel at DUNDEE.

The two and twentieth Edition, corrected, reviſed, and enlarged
                                   by the Author.

                                      DUNDEE:
Printed by H. GALBRAITH and COMPANY, M,DCC,LIX.

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