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Context of The improved universal spelling-book : or, a new and easy guide to the English language. (in which the Spelling Words are divided, according to Mr. Sheridan's standard of pronunciation) Containing, I. Tables of Words of one, two, three, four, five, six, and seven Syllables; with natural and easy Lessons in each, adapted to the Capacity of Children, from three Years old and upwards II. A very easy and approved Guide to English Grammar, by Way of Question and Answer. III. A Collection of near 5000 of the most useful Words of two, three, and four Syllables, viz. Noun Substantives, Adjectives and Verbs (placed alphabetically under their respective Heads) which are accented and explained for the better Instruction of Youth. IV. A Variety of Alphabetical Copies, and Writing Pieces, both in Prose and Verse. V. Chronological Tables of the Monarchs and Kings of England, and other the most remarkable Occurrences in sacred and prophane History; with some short Remarks upon the seven Stages of Life, which are improving to the Mind and Morals of Youth. The twenty-seventh edition. By Daniel Fenning, Late School-Master of Bures, in Suffolk, and Author of the Use of the Globes, Practical Arithmetic, &c. &c
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