||in two parts. I. A spelling-book, Containing Large Tables of Words, from One to Eight Syllables, regularly ranged from the easiest to the most difficult; with a separate Table of Examples to illustrate each Rule. Proper Names of Persons and Places: Words alike in Sound, but different in Signification and Spelling, &c. II. An English grammar, With Notes; Containing Concise, but plain and comprehensive, Rules, for speaking or writing English correctly: Free from all unnecessary Difficulties; and the most useful Rules distinguished, by the Print, from the less useful. To which is added, a suitable appendix. The whole compiled from the best Authorities, methodized and interspersed with new Observations.