A Little Pretty Pocket-book

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Instruction with Delight



A Little Pretty

Pocket-book

Intended for the

Instruction and Amusement

of

Little Master Tommy,

and

Pretty Miss Polly.

With Two LETTERS from

Jack the Giant-Killer;

as also

a Ball and Pincushion;

The Use of which will infallibly make Tommy
a good Boy, and Polly a good Girl.

To which is added,

A Little Song-book,

being

A New Attempt to teach Children the Use of the English Alphabet, by Way of Diversion.


The First Worcester Edition.



printed at Worcester, Massachusetts.

By Isaiah Thomas,

And sold, Wholesale and Retail, at his Book-
Store.  MDCCLXXXVII.



To The

Parents,

Guardians,

and

Nurses,

in the

United States of America,

this Little

Pocket-book,

Is humbly inscribed

by

Their most obedient servant,

The Editor.


This work was published before January 1, 1923, and is in the public domain worldwide because the author died at least 100 years ago.