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Context of The grammatical wreath : or, a complete system of English grammar : Being A Selection Of The Most Instructive Rules From All The Principal English Grammars: In Two Parts: Part I. Containing such Rules as are necessary for the Instruction of Youth, with pertinent Examples for their Elucidation. Part II. Such further Rules and Observations as are needful for the Attainment of the English Language in its utmost Purity and Elegance. A Work Not only calculated for the Improvement of the Inhabitants of Great Britain in their native Tongue, but from which the English Language may be acquired by Foreigners, with the greatest Facility. By Alexr. Bicknell, Esq
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