Most plain directions for true-writing in particular for such English words as are alike in sound, and unlike both in their signification and in writing: and of such words whose sounds are so neer alike, that they are oftentimes take one for another. With many other most plain directions for true writing in general. And such choice tables for the same purpose, now lately added thereunto, as the like in this kinde were never yet publisht by any to this day. With divers other tables also of no small concernment

Richard Hodges London : printed by W.D. for Rich. Hodges a school-master, the autor thereof, to bee sold by him in South-wark, at the midle-gate within Mountague-Close. Also by Nicholas Bourn, at the South-entrance of the Royal Exchange, 1653

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