The National Pronouncing Speller: Embracing a Strictly Graded Classification of the Primitive, and the More Important Derivative Words of the English Language, for Oral Spelling, Numerous Exercises for Writing from Dictation, the Principles of Orthoepy and Orthography, Rules for Spelling, Prefixes, Affixes, &c., &c
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