The tutor to true English. or, Brief and plain directions, whereby all that can read and write may attain to orthography (or the exact writing of English) as readily as if bred scholars. : Very much conducing likewise to the due sounding and perfect reading all sorts of words used in the English tongue. ; With an introduction to arithmetic: more easie than any yet extant. And several other observations of general use; especially for the youth of either sex, and forreigners

Henry Care London : Printed by George Larkin without Bishopsgate, and are to be Sold by most Booksellers, MDCLXXXVIII 1688

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