in which the words are not only rationally divided into syllables, accurately accented, their part of speech properly distinguished, and their various significations arranged in one line; but likewise by a key to this work, Comprising The various Sounds of the Vowels and Consonants, denoted by typographical characters, and illustrated by Examples which render it intelligible to the weakest capacity, It Exhibits their True Pronunciation, According to the Present Practice of Men of Letters, Eminent Orators, and Polite Speakers in London; upon a Plan Perfectly Plain, and Entirely New. To which is Prefixed, A Comprehensive Grammar of the English Language. By W Perry, Author of The Man of Business, and Gentleman's Assistant.
Perry, William, lecturer in the Academy at Edinburgh
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