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Composition and Punctuation, Familiarly Explained for Those Who Have Neglected the Study of Grammar, And Wherein Foreigners Who May Be Learning English Will Also Find Information Calculated to Facilitate Their Progress in the Understanding of the Language

Title:Composition and Punctuation, Familiarly Explained for Those Who Have Neglected the Study of Grammar, And Wherein Foreigners Who May Be Learning English Will Also Find Information Calculated to Facilitate Their Progress in the Understanding of the Language
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Note:sixth edition; London: E. Wilson, 1849
  
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Stable link here:http://onlinebooks.library.upenn.edu/webbin/book/lookupid?key=olbp64138
  
Subject:English language -- 19th century -- Composition and exercises
Subject:English language -- 19th century -- Punctuation
Call number:PE1407 .B7 1849
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