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    English humour in phonetic transcript

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    English spelling and spelling reform,

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    An English syntithology, developing the constructive principles of the English language, by appropriate polymorph terms used in this science only ...

  4. 54

    English visible speech and its typography elucidated

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    English visible speech in twelve lessons ...

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    English visible speech in twelve lessons.

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    Epeögraphy; or, Notations of orthoëpy: to which is prefixed, lektography, an improvement in alphabetical writing, for representing sounds of words, as described in Letters patent of the United States.

  8. 58

    An essay on English orthography, with a consideration of the schemes which have been suggested for its improvement by the adoption of a system of phonetic spelling.

  9. 59

    The essentials of phonetics: containing the theory of a universal alphabet, together with its practical application ... in lieu of a second edition of the "Alphabet of nature."

  10. 60

    An etymological manual of the English language; comprising the prefixes, affixes and principal Latin, Greek, and Saxon roots of the English language.

  11. 61

    Eur-Aryan roots, with their English derivatives and the corresponding words in the cognate languages compared and systematically arranged,

  12. 62

    Extent and causes of retardation in the Readings (Pa.) public schools in December, 1910; a statistical study,

  13. 63

    Facial speech reading and articulation teaching

  14. 64

    The faults of speech : a self-corrector and teachers' manual

  15. 65

    The faults of speech.: A self-corrector and teachers' manual.

  16. 66

    The first book of etymology : designed to promote precision in the use, and facilitate the acquisition of a knowledge of the English language : for beginners

  17. 67

    The first book of etymology : designed to promote precision in the use, and facilitate the acquisition of a knowledge of the English language, for beginners

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    The first book of etymology : designed to promote precision in the use, and facilitate the acquisition of a knowledge of the English language. For beginners

  19. 69

    The first book of etymology : designed to promote precision in the use, and facilitate the acquisition of a knowledge of the English language. For beginners. On the basis of "The first book of etymology

  20. 70

    The first book of etymology: designed to promote precision in the use, and facilitate the acquisition of a knowledge of the English language. For beginners. On the basis of "The first book of etymology,

  21. 71

    The fonetic primer offering the universal alfabet and the science of spelling

  22. 72

    Fonetic techer.

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    Fonetic techer.

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    Fonetic ticher.

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    Formation and development of elementary English sounds,

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    Furst f[o]netic r[ea]dur.

  27. 77

    Furst fonetic redur.

  28. 78

    A general critical grammar of the Inglish language : on a system novel, and extensive : exhibiting investigations of the analogies of language written, and spoken ... to which is prefixt a discourse on the study of languages in polite education

  29. 79

    General phonetics for missionaries and students of languages

  30. 80

    General phonetics for missionaries and students of languages

  31. 81

    German pronunciation: practice and theory. The best German--German sounds, and how they are represented in spelling--The letters of the alphabet, and their phonetic values--German accent--Specimens.

  32. 82

    Good speech : an introduction to English phonetics

  33. 83

    Graded exercises in analysis, synthesis, and false syntax, with an exemplified outline of the classification of sentences and causes, and a table of diacritical marks, with questions.

  34. 84

    A grammar of the dialect of Lorton (Cumberland) historical and descriptive; with an appendix on the Scandinavian element, dialect specimens and a glossary,

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    A grammar on an entirely new system

  36. 86

    Grammatical analysis by diagrams

  37. 87

    Gymnastics of the voice; a system of correct breathing in singing and speaking, based upon physiological laws. A self-instructor in the training and use of the singing and speaking voice.

  38. 88

    A hand-book of Anglo-Saxon orthography. In two parts.

  39. 89

    A handbook of Anglo-Saxon orthography. In two parts. First part. Anglo-Saxon orthography and its materials. Second part. Studies in Anglo-Saxon orthography.

  40. 90

    Hints on language in connection with sight-reading and writing in primary and intermedfiate schools.

  41. 91

    The human speech sounds ...

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    The human speech sounds : tracing the evolution of the forty-three speech sounds in the human voice through all their series, classes, kinds and forms to the limit of audible distinction, describing their organic formations, together with the positions of the mouth parts--

  43. 93

    Illustrated phonics : a text-book for schools

  44. 94

    Illustrations of English rhythmus,

  45. 95

    The Indoeuropean superstress and the evolution of verse,

  46. 96

    The infant school grammar, consisting of elementary lessons in the analytical method; illustrated by sensible objects and actions.

  47. 97

    The influence of a stress accent in Latin poetry.

  48. 98

    An inquiry into the principles of harmony in language, and of the mechanism of verse, modern and antient.

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    Institutes of grammar, as applicable to the English langage, or as introductory to the study of other languages, systematically arranged, and briefly explained. To which are added some chronological tables.

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    Intonation curves, a collection of phonetic texts, in which intonation is marked throughout by means of curved lines on a musical stave,

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