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The distinction between words esteemed synonymous in the English language, pointed out, and the proper choice of them determined. Useful to all who would either write or speak with propriety and elegance. By the Rev. Dr. John Trusler.
London: Printed for the author; and sold by Messrs. Rivington, St. Paul’s Church yard , 1783.
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|Borrower Name||Volume||Date Out||Date In||Fine||Transcribed
|Anthony L. Bleecker||10/16/1789||10/19/1789||Difference of Words|
|Stephen Van Rensselaer||4/2/1790||5/7/1790||1s||Difference of Words|
|John Stevens, III||12/10/1791||12/15/1791||Difference Words|
|Elijah Pell||3/29/1792||4/14/1792||Difference words|
|Elijah Pell||4/12/1792||4/27/1792||" con|
|Elijah Pell||12/30/1799||1/7/1800||Difference Word|
|William Denning||1/8/1800||1/22/1800||Difference Works|
|William Tabele||5/10/1800||5/23/1800||Difference Words|
|John Hodgkinson||Volume 1||6/26/1800||7/18/1800||8d||Difference Words|
|Walter Bowne||4/20/1802||5/3/1802||Difference Words|
|William Denning||7/15/1802||Differenci World|