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    Choir training based on voice production,

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    ChoriambicsPoems and ballads.

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    Chrestomathia;

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    Chronicles of England;a metrical history.

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    Cicero on the complete orator,in three books or dialogues, inscribed to his brother Quintus, translated into English, with notes and illustrations, by George Barnes Barrister of the Inner Temple.

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    Cicero's Brutus, or history of famous orators: also, his Orator, or accomplished speaker. Now first translated into English, by E. Jones

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    Cider, a poem in two books,by John Philips. With notes provincial, historical, and classical, by Charles Dunster.

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    The circles of Gomer or, an essay towards an investigation and introduction of the English, as an universal language, upon the first principles of speech, according to its hieroglyfic signs, argrafic, archetypes, and superior pretensions to originality; a retrieval of original knowledge; and a re-union of nations and opinions on the like principles, as well as the e[vi]dence of ancient writersWith an English grammar, some illustrations of the subjects of the author's late essays, and other interesting discoveries. By Row. Jones, Esq.

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    A classical arrangement of fugitive poetry.Vol. V.

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    A classical arrangement of fugitive poetry.Vol. XVIII.

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    The Classical journal.

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    The Classical journal.

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    The Classical journal.

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    The Classical journal.

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    Classical Metres in English Poetry. Essays by Divers HandsEssays by divers hands,

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    Classical metres in English verseMilton's prosody

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    A classified catalogue of educational works in use in the United Kingdom and its dependencies in 1887 ...

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    Clause-Length in English ProseThe Dublin review.

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    Clear speaking and good reading

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    Collections and notes, 1867-1876;

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    Collections and notes, 1867-1876;Second series ofBibliographical collections and notes on early English literature, 1474-1700.

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    The comic English grammar;a new and facetious introduction to the English tongue,

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    The coming of love :and other poems

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    A commentary illustrating the Poetic of Aristotle,by examples taken chiefly from the modern poets. To which is prefixed, a new and corrected edition of the translation of the Poetic. By Henry James Pye, Esq.

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    A comparative grammar of the south African languages :

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    A COMPENDIOUS English Grammar.A new general English dictionary; peculiarly calculated for the use and improvement of such as are unacquainted with the learned languages. Wherein the difficult words, and technical terms made use of in anatomy, architecture, arithmetick, algebra, astronomy, botany, chymistry, divinity, gardening, grammar, hawking, heraldry, history, horsemanship, hunting, husbandry, law, logick, mathematicks, mechanicks, milit. affairs, musick, navigation, painting, poetry, rhetorick, sculpture, surgery, &c. are not only fully explain'd, but accented on their proper syllables, to prevent a vicious pronunciation; and mark'd with initial letters, to denote the part of speech, to which each word peculiarly belongs. To which is prefixed, a compendious English grammar, with general rules for the ready formation of one part of speech from another; by the due application, whereof, such as understand English only, may be able to write as correctly and elegantly, as those who have been some years conversant in the Latin, Greek, &c. Languages. Together with a supplement, of the proper names of the most noted kingdoms, provinces, cities, towns, rivers, &c. throughout the known world. As also, of the most celebrated emperors, kings, queens, priests, poets, philosophers, generals, &c. whether Jewish, Pagan, Mahometan, or Christian; but more especially such as are mentioned either in the old or new testament. The whole alphabetically digested, and accented in the same manner, and for the same purpose, as the preceding part; being collected for the use of such, as have but an imperfect idea, of the English orthography. Originally begun by the late Reverend Mr. Thomas Dyche, school-master at Stratford le Bow, author of the guide to the English tongue, the spelling dictionary, &c. And now finish'd by William Pardon, Gent.

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    A compendious grammar of the current corrupt dialect of the jargon of Hindostan, (commonly called Moors)with a vocabulary, English and Moors, Moors and English. With references between words resembling each other in sound, and different in signification; and Literal Translations of the Compounded Words and Circumlocutory expressions for attaining the Idiom of the Language. To which are added Familiar Phrases and Dialogues. &c., &c., with notes Descriptive of various Customs and Manners of Bengal. For the use of the Bengal and Bombay Establishments. By George Hadley, formerly on the Military Establishment at Bengal.

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    A compendious grammar of the primitive English or Anglo-Saxon language :a knowledge of which is essential to every modern English grammarian who would fully understand the true origin and idiom of his own language : being chiefly a selection of what is most valuable and practical in The elements of the Anglo-Saxon grammar : with some additional observations

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    A compendious history of English literature, and of the English language, from the Norman conquest :with numerous specimens

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    A compendious history of English literature, and of the English language, from the Norman conquest. With numerous specimens.

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    The Compleat linguist. Or, An universal grammar of all the considerable tongues in being.In a shorter, clearer, and more instructive method than is extant. Collected from the most approv'd hands. ... By John Henley, M.A.

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    The Compleat linguist. Or, An universal grammar of all the considerable tongues in being.In a shorter, clearer, and more instructive method than is extant. Collected from the most approv'd hands. ... By John Henley, M.A.

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    The Compleat linguist. Or, An universal grammar of all the considerable tongues in being.In a shorter, clearer, and more instructive method than is extant. Collected from the most approv'd hands. ... By John Henley, M.A.

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    A complete and universal English dictionaryincluding not only I. A full explanation of difficult words and technical terms in all faculties and professions ... To the whole is added, an outline of antient and modern history; ... A new edition corrected and improved. By the Rev. James Barclay, ...

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    The complete art of poetry ...

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    The complete art of poetry ...

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    A complete dictionary of music.Consisting of a copious explanation of all words necessary to a true knowledge and understanding of music. Translated from the original French of J. J. Rousseau. By William Waring.

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    A complete dictionary of the English language,both with regard to sound and meaning. One main object of which is, to establish a plain and permanent standard of pronunciation. To which is prefixed a prosodial grammar. By Thomas Sheridan, A.M.

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    A complete dictionary of the English language,both with regard to sound and meaning: one main object of which is, to establish a plain and permanent standard of pronunciation. To which is prefixed a prosodial grammar. By Thomas Sheridan, A.M.

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    A complete dictionary of the English language,both with regard to sound and meaning: one main object of which is, to establish a plain and permanent standard of pronunciation. To which is prefixed a prosodial grammar. By Thomas Sheridan, A.M.

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    A complete edition of the poets of Great Britain. ...

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    A complete edition of the poets of Great Britain. ...

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    A complete edition of the poets of Great Britain. ...

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    A complete edition of the poets of Great Britain. ...

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    A complete edition of the poets of Great Britain. ...

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    A complete edition of the poets of Great Britain. ...

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    A complete edition of the poets of Great Britain. ...

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    A complete edition of the poets of Great Britain. ...

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    A complete edition of the poets of Great Britain. ...

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    The complete English dictionaryor, general repository of the English language. Containing A Copious Explanation of all the Words in the English Language; Together with Their different Significations, viz. I. The Words, and the various Senses in which they are used. II. The True Pronunciation pointed out by being properly accented. III. Initial Letters placed to devote the Part of Speech to which each Word belongs. IV. A geographical Description of the four Quarters of the World. V. A more particular Description of the Counties, Cities, and principal Towns in England and Wales, than has ever appeared in any Book of this Kind. VI. As the Lives of the English Poets, and others, celebrated for their Learning and Genius, can no where be introduced with more Propriety than in a Dictionary of the English Language, we have enriched our Performance with the most entertaining and authentic Memoirs of those Illustrious Men who have flourished in these Kingdoms. To which will be prefixed, a complete English grammar. By the Rev. Frederick Barlow, M. A. Vicar of Burton. Assisted by several other gentleman.

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