Entick's new spelling dictionary, teaching to write and pronounce the English tongue with ease and propriety

Publication Date1786
Remainder[I]n which each word is accented according to its just and natural pronunciation; the part of speech is properly distinguished, and the various significations are rangedin one Line; with a list of proper names of men and women. The whole compiled and digested in a manner entirely new, to make it a complete pocket companion for those who read Milton, Pope, Addison, Shakespeare, Tillotson, and locke, or other English authors of repute in prose or verse: and in particular to assist young people, artificers tradesmen and foreigners, desirous of understanding what they speak, read and write. To which is prefixed, a grammatical introducion to the English tongue. A new edition. Revised, corrected, and enlarged throughout. To which is now added, a catalogue of words of similar sounds, but of different spellings and significations. By William Crakelt, M.A. rector of nursted and ifield in Kent
PublisherPrinted for Charles Dilly, in the Poultry



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