A practical grammar of English pronunciation :
|on plain and recognized principles, calculated to assist in removing every objectionable peculiarity of utterance arising from either foreign, provincial, or vulgar habits, or from a defective use of the organs of speech ... : together with directions to persons who stammer in their speech : comprehending some new ideas relative to English prosody
|Smart, Benjamin Humphrey, 1786?-1872
|John Richardson ... and J. Johnson and Co. ...
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