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    An abridgement of the last quarto edition of Ainsworth's dictionary, English and Latin.... By Thomas Morell, ...

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    The American instructor ...to succeed the English and other spelling-books ... interspersed with ... reading lessons ...

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    The American phonetic dictionary of the English language.

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    An analytical dictionary of the English language, in which the words are explained in the order of their natural affinity, independent of alphabetical arrangement ...

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    Cobb's abridgment of J. Walker's critical pronouncing dictionary, and expositor of the English language, carefully compiled from the London quarto editions, published under the inspection of the author; in which Mr. Walker's principles of orthography and pronunciation are strictly followed ... to which are prefixed concise principles of pronunciation, and rules for accentuation and the division of words: with an appendix, containing a class of words which are in common use in this country, and not found in Walker's dictionary.Particularly designed for the use of schools.

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    The Columbian dictionary of the English languagein which many new words, peculiar to the United States, and many words of general use, not found in any other English dictionary, are inserted. ... To which is prefixed, a prosodial grammar, containing, a short dissertation on vowels and consonants. To the whole is added Heathen mythology: or A classical pronouncing dictionary. By Caleb Alexander, A.M. Author of "Virgil's works translated into literal English prose," &c. &c. and teacher of the English language. Published according to act of Congress.

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    A compleat English dictionary.Containing the true meaning of all words in the English language: also the proper names of all the kingdoms, Towns, and Cities in the world: Properly Explain'd and Alphabetically Dispos'd. Design'd for the use of gentlemen, ladies, Foreigners, Artificers, Tradesmen; and all who desire to speak or write English in its present purity and perfection. By B. N. Defoe, Gent.

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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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    A complete and universal English dictionaryon a new plan : including not only I. A full explanation of difficult words and technical terms ... II. A pronouncing dictionary; ... By the Rev. James Barclay, ... and others.

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    A complete and universal English dictionaryon a new plan: including not only I. A full explanation of difficult words and technical terms ... II. A pronouncing dictionary; ... VIII. An authentic account of the counties, cities, and market towns in England, Wales, and Scotland; ... To which are prefixed, A free enquiry into the origin and antiquity of letters: an Essay on the origin and antiquity of the English language: a sketch of the constitution, government, and trade of England: a ... grammar of the English language: and ... An outline of antient and moder history; ... By the Rev. James Barclay, ... and others.

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    A complete and universal English dictionary: including not only I. An explanation of difficult words and technical terms in all faculties and professions whether in Algebra Anatomy Architecture Arithmetic Astronomy Botany Chymistry Dialling Divinity Gardening Geography Geometry Grammar Heraldry History Husbandry Hydrostatics Law Mathematics Mechanics Military art Music Natural history Navigation Optics Painting Perspective Philosophy Pneumatics Poetry Rhetoric Sculpture Surveying &c.But also II. A pronouncing dictionary in which the proper sounds of English words are so given, that both natives and foreigners may acquire a just pronunciation. III. The origin of each word; with its different meanings; illustrated by authorities, properly accented; and followed by initial letters denoting the part of speech to which it is appropriated. IV. The differences pointed out between words esteemed synonimous. V. An epitome of the history of England; from the time of Egbert to the year 1798, arranged alphabetically under every sovereign's name. VI. A description of the various states, provinces and chief towns of the known world. VII. A statement of the sects and divisions in the Christian church; together with a brief history of the prophets and apostles. VIII. An account of the counties, cities and market-towns in Great Britain, with their distances from London. To which are prefixed a free inquiry into the origin and antiquity of letters: an essay on and grammar of the English language, besides a sketch of the constitution, government and trade of Britain. To the whole is added a chronological series of remarkable events, from the creation to the present period together with a list of the Grecian, Roman and English classics. A new edition corrected and improved by the addition of nearly five hundred articles. By the Rev. James Barclay, curate of Edmonton in Middlesex, and many years master of an academy in Goodman's Fields and at Tottenham.

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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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    The 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 Mons. 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 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. The third edition, revised, corrected, and enlarged by the author. In two volumes.

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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. The third edition, revised, corrected, and enlarged by the author. In two volumes.

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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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    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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    A complete English dictionary: containing an explanation of all the words made use of in the common occurrences of life, or in the several arts and sciences: So as to convey A precise and determinate Idea of their Meaning, The Accents are placed over the proper Syllables, to point out the true Pronunciation. And, In order to inform those who are unacquainted with Grammar, the initial Letter is placed immediately after every Word, to denote the Part of Speech to which it belongs, viz. whether it be a Verb, a Substantive, an Adjective, &c. By the Rev. Francis Allen, M. A

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    Correct standardized pronunciation of words in everyday use;a dictionary.

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    A critical pronouncing dictionary :and expositor of the English language ... to which are prefixed, principles of English pronunciation ...

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    A critical pronouncing dictionary and expositor of the English language ...

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    A critical pronouncing dictionary and expositor of the English language ...

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    A critical pronouncing dictionary and expositor of the English language ... :to which is annexed a key to the classical prounciation of Greek, Latin, and Scripture proper names, &c.

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    A critical pronouncing dictionary and expositor of the English language.

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    A critical pronouncing dictionary and expositor of the English language.in which Not only the Meaning of every Word is clearly explained, and the Sound of every Syllable distinctly shewn, but where Words are subject to different Pronunciations, the reasons for each are at large displayed, and the preferable Pronunciation is pointed out. To which are prefixed Principles of English Pronunciation; in which The Sounds of Letters, Syllables and Words, are critically investigated, and systematically arranged; the Rules for pronouncing are so-classed and disposed as to be easily applicable to the most difficult Words; and the Analogies of the Language are so fully shewn, as to lay the Foundation of a consistent and rational Pronunciation. Likewise Rules to be observed by the Natives of Scotland, Ireland and London, for avoiding their respective Peculiarities; and Directions to Foreigners for acquiring a Knowledge of the Use of this Dictionary. The whole interspersed with observations, Philological, critical, and Grammatical. By John Walker, Author of Elements of Elocution, Rhyming Dictionary, Melody of Speaking delineated, &c.

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    A critical pronouncing dictionary and expositor of the English language.In which Not only the Meaning of every Word is clearly explained, and the Sound of every Syllable distinctly shown, but where Words are subject to different Pronunciations, the Authorities of our best Pronouncing Dictionaries are fully exhibited, the Reasons for each are at large displayed, and the preserable Pronunciation is pointed out. To which are prefixed, principles of English pronunciation; in which The Sounds of Letters, Syllables, and Words, are critically investigated, and systematically arranged; the Influence of the Greek and Latin Accent and Quantity on the Account and Quantity of the English, is thoroughly examined and clearly defined; and the Analogies of the Language are so fully shown as to lay the Foundation of a consistent and rational Pronunciation. Likewise rules to be observed by the natives of Scotland, Ireland, and London, for avoiding their respective Peculiarities; and directions to foreigners for acquiring a Knowledge of the Use of this Dictionary. the whole interspersfd with observations, etymological, critical, and grammatical. By John Walker, Author of elements of elocution, rhyming dictionary, melody of speaking delineated, &c. &c.

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    A critical pronouncing dictionary and expositor of the English language.In which Not only the Meaning of every Word is clearly explained, and the Sound of every Syllable distinctly shown, but where Words are subject to different Pronunciations, the Reasons for each are at large displayed, and the preferable Pronunciation is pointed out. To which are prefixed, principles of English pronunciation; in which The Sounds of Letters, Syllables, and Words, are critically investigated, and systematically arranged; the Rules for Pronouncing are so regulated and disposed as to be applicable, on Inspection, to the Words; and the Analogies of the Language are so fully shown as to lay the Foundation of a consistent and rational Pronunciation. Likewise rules to be observed by the natives of Scotland, Ireland, and London, for avoiding their respective Peculiarities; and directions to foreigners for acquiring a Knowledge of the Use of this Dictionary. the whole interspersed with observations, philological, critical, and grammatical. By John Walker, Author of elements of elocution, rhyming dictionary, melody of speaking delineated, &c. &c.

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    A critical pronouncing dictionary and expositor of the English language; or, Sheridan's dictionary improved.In which not only the meaning of every word is clearly explained, and the sound of every syllable distinctly shewn, but where words are subject to different pronunciations, the reasons for each are at large displayed, and the preferable pronunciations is pointed out. To which are prefixed principles of English pronunciation; in which the sounds of letters, syllables and words, are critically investigated, and systematically arranged; the rules for pronouncing are so classed and disposed as to be easily applicable to the most difficult words; and the analogies of the language are so fully shewn, as to lay the foundation of a consistent and rational pronunciation. Likewise rules to be observed by the natives of Scotland, Ireland and London, for avoiding their respective peculiarities; and directions to foreigners for acquiring a knowledge of the use of this dictionary. The whole interspersed with observations, philological, critical, and grammatical. Third edition. By John Walker, author of Elements of elocution, Rhyming dictionary, Melody of speaking delineated, &c.

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    A critical pronouncing dictionary, and expositor of the English language ...To which are prefixed principles of English pronunciation ... Likewise, rules to be observed by the natives of Scotland, Ireland and London ... and directions to foreigners ... The whole interspersed with observations, etymological, critical, and grammatical ... To which is annexed A key to the classical pronunciation of Greek, Latin, and Scripture proper names, &c.

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    A critical pronouncing dictionary, and expositor of the English language ...To which are prefixed principles of English pronunciation ... Likewise, rules to be observed by the natives of Scotland, Ireland and London, for avoiding their respective peculiarities ... To which is annexed A key to the classical pronunciation of Greek, Latin, and Scripture proper names, &c.

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    A critical pronouncing dictionary, and expositor of the English language ...To which are prefixed, principles of English pronunciation ... likewise rules to be observed by the natives of Scotland, Ireland, and London ... To which is annexed a key to the classical pronunciation of Greek, Latin and Scripture proper names ...

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    A critical pronouncing dictionary, and expositor of the English language ...To which are prefixed, principles of English pronunciation ... likewise, rules to be observed by the natives of Scotland, Ireland, and London, for avoiding their respective peculiarities ... To which is annexed A key to the classical pronunciation of Greek, Latin, and Scripture proper names, &c.,

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    A critical pronouncing dictionary, and expositor of the English language ...To which are prefixed, principles of English pronunciation ... Likewise, rules to be observed by the natives of Scotland, Ireland, and London, for avoiding their respective peculiarities; and directions to foreigners, for acquiring a knowledge of the use of this dictionary.

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    A critical pronouncing dictionary, and expositor of the English language ...to which is annexed a key to the classical pronunciation of Greek, Latin, and Scripture proper names, &c.

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    A critical pronouncing dictionary, and expositor of the English language ...To which is prefixed principles of English pronunciation ... Likewise, rules to be observed by the natives of Scotland, Ireland and London ... and directions to foreigners ... The whole interspersed with observations, etymological, critical, and grammatical ... To which is annexed A key to the classical pronunciation of Greek, Latin, and Scripture proper names, &c.

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    A critical pronouncing dictionary, and expositor of the English language :in which not only the meaning of every word is explained, and the sound of every syllable distinctly shown, but, where words are subject to different pronunciations, the reasons for each are duly considered, and the best pronunciation is selected

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    A critical pronouncing dictionary, and expositor of the English language :in which the meaning of every word is explained ...

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    Critical pronouncing dictionary, and expositor of the English language,abridged ... containing a table of the simple and dipthongal vowels referred to by the figures over the letters in this dictionary,

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    A critical pronouncing dictionary, and expositor of the English language.

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    A critical pronouncing dictionary, and expositor of the English language.

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    A critical pronouncing dictionary, and expositor of the English language.To which are prefixed, principles of English pronunciation ...

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    A critical pronouncing dictionary, and expositor of the English language...To which are prefixed, principles of English pronunciation...

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    A critical pronouncing dictionary, and expositor of the English language:in which not only the meaning of every word is explained and the sound of every syllable distinctly shown, but, where words are subject to different pronunciations ...

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    A critical pronouncing dictionary, and expositor of the English language:in which the meaning of every word is explained, and the sound of every syllable distinctly shown. To which is prefixed, an abstract of the principles of English pronunciation, and directions to foreigners for acquiring a knowledge of the use of this dictionary.

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    Cyclopædiaor, an universal dictionary of arts and sciences. ... By E. Chambers, F.R.S. With the supplement, and modern improvements, incorporated in one alphabet. By Abraham Rees, D.D. In four volumes ...

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    Dictionarium Anglo-Britannicumor, a general English dictionary, comprehending a brief, but emphatical and clear explication of all sorts of difficult words, that derive their Original from other Ancient and Modern Languages; as also, of all Terms relating to Arts and Sciences, both Liberal and Mechanical, viz. Divinity, Law, Philosophy, Physick, Surgery, Anatomy, Chymistry, Pharmacy, Botanicks, Mathematicks, Grammar, Rhetorick, Logick, Musick, Heraldry, Maritime Affairs, Military Discipline, Traffick, Husbandry, Gardening, Handicrafts, Confectionery, Cookery, Horsemanship, Hunting, Hawking, Fowling, Fishing, &c. To which is Added, A Large Collection of Word's and Phrases, as well Latin as English, made use of in our Ancient Statutes, Old Records, Charters, Writs, and Processes at Law, never before publish'd in so Small a Volume: Besides an Interpretation of the proper Names of Men and Women, and several other Remarkable Particulars mentioned in the Preface. The Whole Work Compil'd, and Methodically Digested, for the Benefit of Young Students, Tradesmen, Artificers, Foreigners, and others, who are desirous thoroughly to understand what they Speak, Read, or Write. By John Kersey, Philobibl.

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