The English Orthographical Expositor: Being a Compendious Selection of the Most Useful Words in the English Language, Divided According to Syllables, Accented, and Explained. Also, a List of More Than Eight Hundred Words, Similar, Or Nearly Similar in Pronunciation, But of Different Spelling and Import

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C. Desilver, 1866 - Spellers - 223 pages
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