An American selection of lessons, in reading and speaking, calculated to improve the minds and refine the taste of youth: to which are prefixed rules in elocution, and directions for expressing the principal passions of the mind. Being the third part of a Grammatical Institute of the English language. By Noah Webster ...
|Main Author:||Webster, Noah, 1758-1843|
Elizabeth-Town, printed by J. Woods, for E. Duyckinck, 1802.
The Grammatical Institute comprised three parts: a speller, a grammar, and a selection of readings, each of which developed into a separate publication.
236 p., 2 l.
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