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A new dictionary of the English language: containing, not only the explanation of words, with their orthography, etymology, and idiomatical use in writing; but likewise, their orthoepia or pronunciation in speech, according to the present practice of polished speakers in the metropolis; which is rendered obvious at sight, in a manner perfectly simple, and principally new. To which is prefixed, a rhetorical grammar; in which the elements of speech in general, and those of the English tongue in particular are analyzed; and the rudiments of articulation, pronunciation and prosody intelligibly displayed. By William Kenrick, LL.D.
London: Printed for John and Francis Rivington, William Johnston, Thomas Longman, and Thomas Cadell , 1773.
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