The writing scholar's companion: or, Infallible rules for writing true English with ease and certainty drawn from the grounds and reasons of the English tongue. Comprehending in a full, plain and exact method, whatever is necessary to be observed in writing true English. In three parts. Composed for the benefit of all such as are industriously ambitious of so commendable an ornament, as writing true English is generally esteemed. Recommended especially to the youth of both sexes, and to be taught in schools

London : printed for the author, and are to be sold at the Widow Sperry's, over against Cock Alley in White-Cross-Street, 1695

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