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The newest young man's companion containing, a compendious English grammar. Instructions to write variety of hands, with Copies both in Prose and Verse. Letters on Compliment, Business, and several other Occasions. Forms of Indentures, Wills, Testaments, Letters of Attorney Bills, Receipts, Releases, Acquittances, &c. Arithmetic and book-keeping, In an easier Way than any yet published. A Compendium of Geography, Describing all the Empires, Kingdoms, and Dominions of the whole World. To which is added a Description of the several Counties of England and Scotland, their Produce, Market-Towns and Market-Days. The Management of Horses, Being Directions to cure and prevent most Distempers which are incident to Horses. The Art of Painting in Oil and Water Colours, With Directions for Colouring Maps, and Gilding with Gold and Silver. Tables shewing Accompts ready cast up: The Principal foreign Coins: A perpetual Almanack that shews the Day of the Month for ever. Tradesmen's Method of marking their Goods for Sale: A Table shewing the Hour of the Day by a walking-stick divided into ten Parts: And a List of the Stages betwixt London and Edinburgh. The Exports and Imports of Great Britain to and from Foreign Nations. A List of English...
by Wise, Thomas
Published 1772
printed and sold by R. Taylor, and by all the Book-Sellers in Great Britain and Ireland
...printed and sold by R. Taylor, and by all the Book-Sellers in Great Britain and Ireland...

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An universal etymological English dictionary Comprehending The Derivations of the Generality of Words in the English Tongue, either Ancient or Modern, from the Ancient British, Saxon, Danish, Norman, and Modern French, Teutonick, Dutch, Spanish, Italian; as also from the Latin, Greek, and Hebrew Languages, each in their proper Characters. And also A brief and clear Explication of all difficult Words, derived from any of the aforesaid Languages, and Terms of Art, relating to Anatomy, Botany, Physick, Pharmacy, Surgery, Chymistry, Philosophy, Divinity, Mathematicks, Grammar, Logick, Rhetorick, Musick, Heraldry, Maritime Affairs, Military Discipline, Horsemanship, Hunting, Hawking, Fowling, Fishing, Gardening, Husbandry, Handicrafts, Confectionary, Carving, Cookery, &c. Together with A large Collection and Explication of Words and Phrases used in our Ancient Statutes, Charters, Writs, Old Records, and Processes in Law; and the Etymology, and Interpretation of the Proper Names of Men, Women, and remarkable Places in Great-Britain: Also the Dialects of our different Countries. Containing many Thousand Words more than...
by Bailey, Nathan
Published 1761
printed for T. Osborne, C. Hitch and L. Hawes, H. Woodfall, J. Beecroft. B. Dodd, W. Strahan, J. Hinton, John Rivington, R. Baldwin, W. Johnston, J. Richardson, T. Longman, G. Keith, T. Caslon, S. Crowder, B. Law and Co. W. Fenner, P. Stevens, R. Withy, C. Henderson, A. and C. Corbett, R. and C. Ware, J. Coote, and M. Cooper

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A new guide to the English tongue In five parts. Containing, I. Words, both common and proper, from one to six syllables: the several sorts of monosyllables in the common words being distinguished by tables, into words of two, three, and four letters, &c. with six short lessons at the end of each table, not exceeding the order of syllables in the foregoing tables. The several sorts of polysyllables also, being ranged in proper tables, have their syllables divided, and directions placed at the head of each table for the accent, to prevent false pronunciation; together with the like number of lessons on the foregoing tables, placed at the end of each table, as far as to words of four syllables, for the easier and more speedy way of teaching children to read. II. A large and useful table of words, that are the same in sound, but different in signification; very necessary to prevent the writing one word for another of the same sound. III. A short, but comprehensive grammar of the English tongue, delivered in the most familiar and instructive method of question and answer; necessary for all such persons as have the advantage, only of an English education. IV. An useful collection of sentences in prose and verse, divine, moral, and historical; together with a select number of fables, adorn'd with proper sculptures, for the better improvement of the young beginners. And V. Forms of prayer for children, on several occasions. The whole, being recommended by several clergymen and eminent schoolmasters, as the most useful performance for the instruction of youth, is designed for the use of schools in Great Britain, Ireland, and in the several English colonies and plantations abroad. The forty-sixth...
by Dilworth, Thomas
Published 1784
Printed and sold by Richard and Henry Causton (successors to the late Mr. Henry Kent) at the Printing Office, No. 21, in Finch-Lane, near the Royal Exchange

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A new guide to the English tongue. In five parts Containing I. Words both common and proper, from one to six syllables: the several sorts of monosyllables in the common words being distinguished by tables, into words of ... three, and ..., letters, &c. With six ... at the end of each table not exceeding the order of syllables in the foregoing tables. The several sorts of pollysyllables also, being ranged in proper tables, have their syllables divided, and directions placed at the head of each table for the accent, to prevent ... pronounciation; together, with the like number of lessons on the foregoing tables placed at the end of each table, as far as to words of four syllables, for the easier and ... speedy way of teaching children to read. II. A large and useful table of word, that are the same in sound but different in signification; very ... to prevent the writing are word for another of the same sound III. A short but comprehensive grammar of the English tongue, ... in the ... and instructive method of question and answer; necessary for all such person, who have the advantage only of an English education. IV. A useful collection of sentence in prose and verse, divine, moral, and historical; together with a select number of tables, ... with proper sculptures, for the better improvement of young beginners. V. Forms of prayer for children, on several occasions. The whole, being recommended by several clergymen and eminent schoolmasters, as the most useful performance for the instruction of youth, is designed for the use of schools in Great...
by Dilworth, Thomas
Published 1795
Printed for the proprietors: according to act of Parliament

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A new guide to the English tongue In five parts. Containing, I. Words, both common and proper, from one to six Syllables: The several sorts of Monosyllables in the common Words being distinguished by Tables, into Words of two, three, and four Letters, &c. with six short Lessons at the End of each Table, not exceeding the order of Syllables in the foregoing Tables. The several sorts of Polysyllables also, being ranged in proper Tables, have their Syllables divided, and Directions placed at the Head of each Table for the Accent, to prevent false Pronunciation; together with the like Number of Lessons on the foregoing Tables, placed at the End of each Table, as far as to Words of four Syllables, for the easier and more speedy Way of teaching Children to Read. II. A large and useful Table of Words, that are the same in Sound, but different in Signification; very necessary to prevent the writing one Word for another of the same Sound. III. A short, but comprehensive Grammar of the English Tongue, delivered in the most familiar and instructive Method of Question and Answer; necessary for all such Persons as have the Advantage only of an English Education. IV. An useful Collection of Sentences in Prose and Verse, Divine, Moral, and Historical; together with a select Number of Fables, adorn'd with proper Sculptures, for the better Improvement of the Young Beginner. And V. Forms of Prayer for Children, on several Occasions. The Whole, being recommended by several Clergymen and eminent Schoolmasters, as the most useful Performance for the Instruction of Youth, is designed for the Use of Schools in Great Britain, Ireland, and in the several English Colonies and Plantations abroad. The nineteenth...
by Dilworth, Thomas
Published 1757
printed and sold by Henry Kent, at the Printing Office in Finch-Lane, near the Royal Exchange

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A new guide to the English tongue in five parts. Containing, I. Words, both common and proper, from one to six Syllables: The several sorts of Monosyllables in the common Words being distinguished by Tables, into Words of two, three, and four Letters, &c. with six short Lessons at the End of each Table, not exceeding the order of Syllables in the foregoing Tables. The several sorts of Polysyllables also, being ranged in proper Tables, have their Syllables divided, and Directions placed at the Head of each Table for the Accent, to prevent false Pronunciation; together with the like Number of Lessons on the foregoing Tables, placed at the End of each Table, as far as to Words of four Syllables, for the easier and more speedy Way of teaching Children to Read. II. A large and useful Table of Words, that are the same in Sound, but different in Signification; very necessary to prevent the writing one Word for another of the same Sound. III. A short, but comprehensive Grammar of the English Tongue, delivered in the most familiar and instructive Method of Question and Answer; necessary for all such Persons as have the Advantage only of an English Education. IV. An useful Collection of Sentences in Prose and Verse, Divine, Moral, and Historical; together with a select Number of Fables, adorn'd with proper Sculptures, for the better Improvement of the Young Beginner. And V. Forms of Prayer for Children, on several Occasions. The Whole, being recommended by several Clergymen and eminent Schoolmasters, as the most useful Performance for the Instruction of Youth, is designed for the Use of Schools in Great Britain and Ireland. The thirteenth edition. By Thomas Dilworth, Author of the Schoolmasters...
by Dilworth, Thomas
Published 1751
printed and sold by Henry Kent, at the Printing Office in Finch-Lane, near the Royal Exchange

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A new guide to the English tongue: in five parts Containing, I. Words, both common and proper, from one to six syllables: the several sorts of monosyllables in the common words being distinguished by tables, into words of two, three, and four letters, &c. with six-short lessons at the end of each table, not exceeding the order of syllables in the foregoing tables. The several sorts of polysyllabics also being ranged in proper tables, have their syllables divided, and directions placed at the head of each table for the accent, to prevent false pronunciation; together with the like number of lessons on the ... tables, placed at the end of each table, as far as to words of four syllables, for the faster and more speedy way of teaching children to read. II. A large and useful table of words, that are the same in sound, but different in signification; very necessary to prevent the writing one word for another of the same sound. III. A short, but comprehensive grammar of the English tongue, delivered in the most familiar and instructive method of question and answer; necessary for all such persons as have the advantage, only of an English education. IV. An useful collection of sentences in prose and verse, divine, moral, and historical; together with a select number of tables, adorn'd with proper sculptures, for the better improvement of the young beginners. And V. Forms of prayer for children, on several occasions. The whole, being recommended by several clergymen and eminent schoolmasters, as the most useful performance for the instruction of youth, is designed for the use of schools, in Great Britain, Ireland, and in the several English colonies and plantations abroad. The thirty-eighth...
by Dilworth, Thomas
Published 1776
Printed formerly by Henry Kent, in Finch-Lane, and now (by virtue of a decision in the House of Peers) printed for W. Cavell ne[a]r Grey's-Inn, Holbourn

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A complete and universal English dictionary: including not only I. An explanation of difficult words and technical terms in all faculties and professions whether in Algebra Anatomy Architecture Arithmetic Astronomy Botany Chymistry Dialling Divinity Gardening Geography Geometry Grammar Heraldry History Husbandry Hydrostatics Law Mathematics Mechanics Military art Music Natural history Navigation Optics Painting Perspective Philosophy Pneumatics Poetry Rhetoric Sculpture Surveying &c But also II. A pronouncing dictionary in which the proper sounds of English words are so given, that both natives and foreigners may acquire a just pronunciation. III. The origin of each word; with its different meanings; illustrated by authorities, properly accented; and followed by initial letters denoting the part of speech to which it is appropriated. IV. The differences pointed out between words esteemed synonimous. V. An epitome of the history of England; from the time of Egbert to the year 1798, arranged alphabetically under every sovereign's name. VI. A description of the various states, provinces and chief towns of the known world. VII. A statement of the sects and divisions in the Christian church; together with a brief history of the prophets and apostles. VIII. An account of the counties, cities and market-towns in Great...
by Barclay, James
Published 1799
Printed for G. G. and J. Robinson; H.L. Gardner; J. Sewell; W.J. and J. Richardson; J. Mathews; W. and J. Otridge; F. and C. Rivington; W. Lowndes; Hookham and Carpenter; D. Ogilvy and son; P. Macqueen; J. Scatcherd; G. Wilkie; C. Law; Darton and Harvey; T.N. Longman; W. Miller; Lee and Hurst

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A new guide to the English tongue in five parts. Containing I. Words both common and proper, from one to six syllables; the several sorts of monosyllables in the common words being distinguished by Tables, into words of two, three, and four letters, &c. with six short lessons at the end of each table not exceeding the order of syllables in the foregoing tables. The several sorts of pollysyllables also, being ranged in proper tables, have their syllables divided, and directions placed at the head of each table for the accent, to prevent false pronunciation; together with the like number of lessons on the foregoing tables, placed at the end of each table, as far as to words of four syllables, for the easier and more speedy way of teaching children to read. II. A large and useful table of words, that are the same in sound, but different in signification; very necessary to prevent the writing one word for another of the same sound. III. A short, but comprehensive grammar of the English tongue delivered in the most familiar and instructive method of question and answer; necessary for all such persons as have the advantage only of an English education. IV. A useful collection of sentences in prose and verse, divine, moral, and historical; together with a select number of fables, adorn'd with proper sculptures, for the better improvement of the young beginner. And, V. Forms of prayer for children, on several occasions The whole, being recommended by several Clergymen and eminent Schoolmasters, as the most useful performance for the instruction of youth, is designed for the use of schools in Great Britain, and Iceland, and in the several English colonies and plantations abroad. By Thomas...
by Dilworth, Thomas
Published 1786
printed for Dunlop & Wilson, Booksellers

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A new guide to the English tongue in five parts. Containing, I. Words both common and proper, from one to six Syllables: The several Sorts of Monasyllables in the common Words being distinguished by Tables, into Words of two, three, and four Letters, &c. with six short Lessons at the End of each Table, not exceeding the order of Syllables in the foregoing Tables. The several Sorts of Pollysyllables also, being ranged in proper Tables, have their Syllables divided, and Directions placed at the Head of each Table for the Accent, to prevent false Pronunciation; together with the like Number of Lessons on the foregoing Tables, placed at the End of each Table, as far as to Words of four Syllables, for the easier and more speedy Way of teaching Children to read. II. A large and useful Table of Words, that are the same in Sound, but different in Signification; very necessary to prevent the writing one Word for another of the same Sound. III. A short, but comprehensive Grammar of the English Tongue, delivered in the most familiar and instructive Method of Question and Answer; necessary for all such Persons as have the Advantage only of an English Education. IV. An useful Collection of Sentences in Prose and Verse, Divine, Moral, and Historical; together with a select Number of Fables, adorned with proper Sculptures, for the better Improvement of the Young Beginners. And, V. Forms of prayer for children, on several Occasions. The Whole, being recommended by several Clergymen and eminent Schoolmasters, as the most useful Performance for the Instruction of Youth, designed for the use of schools in Great Britain, Ireland, and in the several English Colonies and Plantations abroad. The forty-eighth...
by Dilworth, Thomas
Published 1790
printed for the proprietors