Some of Susanna Wesley's child-raising rules:
*Subdue self-will in a child.
*Teach him to pray as soon as he can speak.
*Give him nothing he cries for, and only what is good for him when he asks politely.
*Punish no fault confessed, but let no sinful act to go unnoticed.
*Reward good behavior.
*Strictly observe all promises you have made to your child.
There's other stuff like if you must cry, cry softly to avoid punishment; eat everything put in front of you; and learn the entire alphabet on your first day of lessons at age 5 (!?) but those 3 minutes of googling didn't yield the complete list in a convenient package, so since I am an American in this age of instant gratification, you'll just have to look up the rest for yourself. :P