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Context of A pronouncing and spelling dictionary : wherein, by a new and sufficient method, the proper sounds of English words are exactly ascertained; And by which, Both His Majesty's Subjects, and Foreigners, may correct an Improper, or acquire a Right Pronunciation of the English Language. Together With An Introduction, and an Appendix, containing many new and useful Observations on the Sounds of the Letters; an Account of the Notation, whereby their Sounds in Words are, through the Dictionary, signified; and Directions for attaining to a right Pronunciation by the Help of this Book. To which is added, by Way of Praxis. A Discourse on an Important Subject: Wherein The Right Sounds of the Words are so intimated by the Notation, that a Stranger to the English Accent, after carefully perusing the Introduction, may be able to pronounce them properly. By William Johnston, M. A
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