Context

Context of English orthographie : teaching, I. The letters of every sort of print. II. All syllables made of letters. III. Short rules by way of question and answer for spelling, reading, pronouncing, using the great letters and the points. IV. Examples of all the words (that may be mistaken) spelled with their accents; and the words variously written, referred to their original in the margin. V. The difference between allwords [sic] of like sound· And all the words are set in alphabetical order, that the learner may find those he doubtes of, either in the spelling, or difference, as they are used in the last editions of the Bible, and by the exactest modern writers
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