Displaying 407 digitized works
  1. 51

    A complete manual.Pollard's synthetic method of reading and spelling.

  2. 52

    A comprehensive grammar of the English language :for the use of schools

  3. 53

    Comstock's elocution, enlarged :a system of vocal gymnastics designed for the promotion of health, cure of stammering, and defective articulation ...

  4. 54

    Comstock's phonetic magazine.

  5. 55

    Comstock's phonetic magazine.

  6. 56

    The construction of the Latin verse-grammar.For the use of the lower forms in Westminster-School.

  7. 57

    Course of study in phonics ...

  8. 58

    Covell's digest of English grammar.A digest of English grammar, synthetical and analytical, classified and methodically arranged; accompanied by a chart of sentences. And adapted to the use of schools.

  9. 59

    Critical observations on Shakespeare.By John Upton ...

  10. 60

    The critical pronouncing spelling-book :containing the rudiments of the English language, to which are prefixed the principles of English pronunciation : compiled for the use of schools in the United States and Great Britain

  11. 61

    A criticism of systems of Hebrew metre;an elementary treatise,

  12. 62

    The cultivation of the speaking voice;

  13. 63

    The cursus in mediaeval and vulgar Latin,

  14. 64

    A defence of phonetic spelling :drawn from a history of the English alphabet and orthography, with a remedy for their defects

  15. 65

    Dictation exercises to accompany Atwood's language tablets ...

  16. 66

    The dictionary of distinctions,in three alphabets, containing, I. Words the same in sound, but of different spelling and signification; with which are classed such as have any similarity in sound. II. Words that vary in pronunciation and meaning as accentuated or connected. III. The changes, in sound and sense, produced by the addition of the letter e ... Occasionally interspersed with critical remarks, chiefly philological. With appendix ...

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    The dictionary of English inflected words, with the syllabication of all the words according to a system founded on well-defined principles;and the system of syllabication as applied to poetry and the scansion of verse. Forming Part II of The handy English word book.

  18. 68

    The different Sorts of Verse made use of by HORACE, in his Odes and Epodes are Nineteen in Number.The works of Horace, translated into English prose, as near the original as the different idioms of the Latin and English languages will allow. With the Latin text and order of construction in the opposite page, and Critical, Historical, Geographical, and Classical notes, in English; from the best commentators both ancient and modern, with a great many Notes entirely New. And A Preface to each Ode, Satire, and Epistle, illustrating their Difficulties, and shewing their several Ornaments and Design. For the Use of Schools as well as of Private Gentlemen. In two volumes

  19. 69

    Easy instructions for the general education of children and youth :for usefulness, honor and happiness, in the home school or common school : including all that is requisite for primary books in reading, spelling, English grammar, good manners ... in which is found an American plan for reforming thoroughly the writing & printing of our language, for common use ...

  20. 70

    The easy instructoror, the only method to make the orthography and pronunciation of the English language easy: wherein the general rules of English orthography, &c. are exemplified: By which the qualified and diligent Teacher may in a very short time prepare youth to read an english Author, with propriety and elegance. For the Use of Schools. By John Moscrip, One of the Teachers of the free English Reading School, Berwick-Upon-Tweed.

  21. 71

    Eclectic manual of phonography:a complete guide to the acquisition of Pitman's phonetic shorthand ...

  22. 72

    An Eighteeth Century Essayist on Poetry and MusicThe Musical quarterly.

  23. 73

    Elegant extracts: or useful and entertaining pieces of poetry,selected for the improvement of youth, in Speaking, Reading, Thinking, Composing; and in the Conduct of Life; being similar in design to Elegant extracts in prose.

  24. 74

    An elementary English grammar :for the use of schools

  25. 75

    Elements of elocution :in which the principles of reading and speaking are investigated

  26. 76

    Elements of English composition, grammatical, rhetorical, logical, and practical.

  27. 77

    The elements of English grammar :so arranged as to combine the analytical and synthetical methods : with an introduction for beginners, and various exercises, oral and written, for the formation, analysis, transformation, classification and correction of sentences

  28. 78

    The elements of English metre,both in prose and verse, illustrated under a variety of examples, by the analogous proportions of annexed lines, and by other occasional marks ...

  29. 79

    The elements of experimental phonetics,

  30. 80

    Elements of French pronunciation and diction

  31. 81

    Elements of Latin pronunciation :for the use of students in language, law, medicine, zoology, botany, and the sciences generally in which Latin words are used

  32. 82

    Elements of musical enunciation

  33. 83

    Elements of phonetics,English, French & German,

  34. 84

    Elements of phreno-mnemotechny, or, Art of acquiring memory

  35. 85

    The elements of reading and oratory

  36. 86

    Elements of rhetoric :comprising the substance of the article in the Encyclopaedia metropolitana with additions, &c.

  37. 87

    Elements of rhetoric and literary criticism ...For the use of common schools and academies.

  38. 88

    Elements of the English language :or, Analytical orthography; designed to teach the philosophy of orthography and orthoepy, adapted to schools

  39. 89

    The elements of the Irish language,grammatically explained in English. In 14. Chapters. By H. Mac Curtin.

  40. 90

    "Elocutionary manual."

  41. 91

    Emendanda est orthographia.A treatise on spelling reform.

  42. 92

    England's perfect school-master. Or, Directions for exact spelling, reading, and writing.Shewing how to spell or read any chapter in the Bible by four and twenty words only. With examples of most words, from one to six syllables ...

  43. 93

    An english accidenceor, abstract of grammar; for the use of those who, without making grammar a study, wish to speak and write correctly. With rules for reading prose and verse. By the Rev. Dr. John Trusler.

  44. 94

    English dialogues, with phonetic transcriptions,

  45. 95

    English exercises, orthographical and grammatical :in two parts, being a selection of choice pieces in prose and verse ...

  46. 96

    An English grammar

  47. 97

    English grammar :style, rhetoric, and poetry ; to which are added, Preparatory logic ; and, Advice to the student, on the improvement of the understanding

  48. 98

    English grammar reformd [sic] into a small compass and easy method ...

  49. 99

    English grammar, or, An exposition of the principles and usages of the English language

  50. 100

    English grammmar:a simple, concise, and comprehensive manual of the English language.