Sanders' Union Speller: Being a Clear and Complete Exhibition of English Orthography and OrthoŽpy, on the Basis of the New Illustrated Edition of Webster's Great American Dictionary, Together with Numerous Exercises in Synonyms, in Opposites, in Analysis and in Formal Definition; the Whole Adpated to the Use of Schools and Academies

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Ivison, Phinney, Blakeman & Company, 1873 - English language - 178 pages
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Page 6 - A word of one syllable is termed a monosyllable, a word of two syllables, a dissyllable; a word of three syllables, a trisyllable; and a word of four or more syllables, a polysyllable. All words are either primitive or derivative. A primitive word is that which cannot be reduced to any simpler word in the language; as, man, good, content.
Page 61 - The final consonant of any word accented on the last syllable, if preceded by a single vowel, is doubled before a suffix beginning with a vowel ; as, debar, debarring. Debar is accented on the last syllable ; the final consonant, r, is preceded by a single vowel, and is doubled before the suffix ing. Form and spell the derivatives that are obtained by adding the suffix ed to the primitives, abhor, rebut, remit, permit.
Page 177 - THE EDUCATIONAL REPORTER-Full of interesting and valuable Educational information, is published three times a year, bearing date respectively January, May and September, and will be sent to teachers and educationists, without charge, on application. Ivison, Blakeman, Taylor & Co., EDUCATIONAL PUBLISHERS, 188 & 140 GRAND ST., NEW YORK.
Page 171 - Mass. Massachusetts. Math. Mathematics. MC Member of Congress. MD Doctor of Physic. Md. Maryland. Me. Maine. Messrs. Gentlemen; Sirs. Mich. Michigan. Minn. Minnesota. Miss, or Mi. Mississippi. Mo. Missouri ; Month.
Page 177 - Illustrated, 180 pages. Price 90 cents. By mail on receipt of price. The design of this work is to supply a brief course of lessons in Astronomy for the use of young pupils, or of those whose time and opportunities do not permit a more exhaustive study of the subject. It is based on the author's " New Manual of the Elements of Astronomy," but the treatment has been, simplified, and in other respects adapted to a work of a lower grade.
Page 174 - Post mortem, after death. Pro bono publico, for the public good. Pro et con, for and against. Pro rata, in proportion. Pro tempore, for the time.
Page 177 - It is to be hoped that this little work, presenting as it does, in a simplified and condensed form, the fundamental principles and most interesting facts of Astronomy, will be useful in inducing a more general study of this sublime and ennobling science, in the public and private seminaries of our State...
Page 177 - ... observation, and the reasoning made to proceed directly from them. Throughout the work, the arrangement has been adapted to the topical method of recitation — so desirable, as far as practicable, in every branch of study, in order to train the pupil in habits of connected and logical statement. An Astronomical Index has been appended, which will be found very useful and convenient in affording a brief summary of definitions for final review. Problems for the Globes have been inserted in connection...
Page 5 - U, after q, and sometimes after g and s, is a consonant equal to w, as in quit (kwif), languid, assuage. A TRIPHTHONG is the union of three vowels in the same syllable; as ieu in lieu. A CONSONANT is a letter that represents a sound of the voice, modified by some interruption from the organs of speech. The consonants are separately considered in Section II. A SYLLABLE is a letter, or a combination of letters, uttered by one emission of the voice; as, boy, boy'ish.
Page 177 - BY HENRY KIDDLE, AM, Superintendent of Schools^ New York City, Author of ' '* New Elementary Astronomy?* One vol. cloth, Fully Illustrated, 180 pages. Price 90 cents. By mail on receipt of price. The design of this work is to supply a brief course of lessons in Astronomy for the use of young pupils, or of those whose time and opportunities do not permit a more...

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