Prosody Made Easy

Prosody Made Easy

Wherein the Rules Are More Brief, Comprehensive and Perspicuous, Than Any Hitherto Published; and Are So Plain and Succinct, That A Child Learning the Declensions, Moods and Tenses, May at the Same Time Be Taught the Quantities of the Syllables, and Read With Propriety From the Very Beginning

Book - 1786
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Publisher: Philadelphia : Printed and sold by William Spotswood ; sold also by Mr. Hugh Gaine, bookseller, New-York; Wright & Co., Charleston, South Carolina; and Spotswood & Clarke, booksellers, Baltimore, 1786
Branch Call Number: K.27.14
Characteristics: xvi [i.e. xiii], [1], 36 p. ; 20 cm. (12mo)

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