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The scholars spelling assistant; wherein the words are arranged on an improved plan, according to their respective principles of accentuation [in a manner calculated to familiarize the art of spelling and pronunciation, to remove difficulties, and to facilitate general improvement]. Intended for the use of schools and private tuition.

Title:The scholars spelling assistant; wherein the words are arranged on an improved plan, according to their respective principles of accentuation [in a manner calculated to familiarize the art of spelling and pronunciation, to remove difficulties, and to facilitate general improvement]. Intended for the use of schools and private tuition.
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Note:P. Hoff, 1828
  
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