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SELECTED FROM THE BEST WRITERS. Designed to assist young persons to read with propriety and effect; to improve their language and sentiments, and to inculcate some of the most important principles
of piety and virtue. WITH A FEW PRELIMINARY OBSERVATIONS ON THE PRINCI
PLES OF GOOD READING:
IMPROVED BY THE ADDITION OF A CONCORDANT AND SYNONYMISING VOCABULARY, Consisting of about fifteen hundred of the most important words contain
ed in this work. The words are arranged in columns and placed over the sections
respectively, from which they are selected;
JIVIDED, DEFINED, AND PRONOUNCED ACCORDING
TO THE PRINCIPLES OF
tions, are numbered with figures of reference.
VOCABULARY, IS PREFIXED TO THIS WORK.
Words can have no definitive idea attached to them when by themselves;
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1822 Ę. & E. HOSFORD,* of the said District, have deposited in this office the title of a book, the right whereof they claim as propri. etors, in tine words following, to wit:-
“Murray's English Reader : or, Pieces in Prose and Poetry, selected from the best writers. Designed to assist young persons to read with propriety and effect: to improve their language and sentiments; and to inculcate some of the most important principles of piety and virtuc. With a few preliminary observations on the principles of good reading. Improved by the additiòn of a concordant and synonymising vocabulary, consisting of about tifteen hundred of the most important words contained in this work. The words are arranged in columns and placed over the sectious respectively, from which they are selected; and are divided, delined, and pronounced, accoriing to the principles of John Walker. The words in the Vocabulary Lid their correspondent words in the sections, are numbered witz: tures of reference. Walker's pronouncing key which governs the voiliery, is pretixed to this work. Words can have no definitive idea attached to them when by themselves: it is the situation and tract in a serience which determines their precise meaning.--Dr. Johnson. By Jurciniah Goodrich.”
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* By misprision of the Clerk, the names of E. & E. Hosford, wer inserted in the record and tificate, instead of Jeremiah Goodrich.
Of the simple and dipthongal vowels, referred to by the figures
over the letters in the vocabulary placed before each section of
di. The long broad d; and the short i, as in dil.