The apprentices companion. Containing plain and useful directions for servants, especially apprentices; how to perform their particular duties to their masters, so as to please God. And discovering such sins and vices which are common hindrances to them therein. : With some examples of Gods severe judgments upon such as have taken ill courses. : Together with prayers and devotions for morning and evening. : To which is added, a short and familiar method of arithmetick, and some copies of the most useful writing-hands. /
|Main Author:||R. B., 1632?-1725?|
|Corporate Authors:||Early English Books Online.|
Printed for Christopher Bateman at the Bible and Crown in Middle-Row; Holborn,
Early English books online.
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