ID 1092
Last Name Fisher
First Name Ann
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Gender Female
Date of Birth 1719-12-09
Date of Death 1778-04-25
Place of Birth Lorton
Place of Death Newcastle
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Author A practical new grammar, with exercises of bad english: or, an easy guide to speaking and writing the english language properly and correctly. Containing, I. orthography, or true spelling ; which treats of the sounds ; and uses of the several letters in all positions ; of the division of words into syllables ; and the use of points. II. prosody, or the art of pronouncing syllables in words truly ; with tables of words properly accented. III. etymology, or the kinds of words ; which explains the several parts of speech ; their derivations and different endings, change and likeness to one another. IV. Syntax, or construction ; which teaches how to connect words aright in a sentence or sentences. To which is added a curious and useful appendix. By A. Fisher. A new edition, enlarged and much improved.
Author A new grammar: being the most easy guide to speaking and writing the English language properly and correctly. ... To which are added, exercises of bad English, ... Designed for the use of schools, &c. The second edition, with additions. By the author of The child’s Christian education, .. 1750
Author A new grammar: being the most easy guide to speaking and writing the English language properly and correctly. Containing, I. Orthography, or the Use and Sound of Vowels, Diphthongs, and Consonants; with Division of Syllables, and Use of Points. II. Prosody, or the Art of pronouncing Syllables in Words truly, whether long or short; with Tables of Words properly accented. III. Etymology, which treats of the several kinds of Words, or Parts of Speech, their Derivations, Endings, &c. IV. Syntax,; or the Order of Construction; which shews how to join Words aright, in a Sentence or Sentences together. To which are added, exercises of bad English, in the manner of Clark's and Bailey's Examples for the Latin, to prove our Concord by, &c. Designed for the use of schools, &c. The second edition, with additions. By the author of The child's Christian education, and others. 1750
Author A new grammar: being the most easy guide to speaking and writing the English language properly and correctly. ... To which are added, exercises of bad English: ...The third edition, corrected. By D. Fisher, and others. 1751
Author A new grammar, with exercises of bad English: or, an easy guide to speaking and writing the English language properly and correctly. Containing, I. Orthography, or true spelling, the Division of Syllables, and Use of Points. II. Prosody, or the Art of Pronouncing Syllables in Words truly, with Tables of Words properly accented. III. Etymology, or the Kinds of Words, their Derivations, and different Endings. IV. Syntax, or due construction, which shows how to connect Words aright in a Sentence, or Sentences. To which is added, a curious and useful appendix. The third edition, with additions. By A. Fisher. 1753
Author A new grammar, with exercises of bad English: or, an easy guide to speaking and writing the English language properly and correctly. Containing, I. Orthography, or True Spelling, the Division of Syllables, and Use of Points. II. Prosody, or the Art of Pronouncing Syllables in Words truly, with Tables of Words properly accented. III. Etymology, of the Kinds of Words, their Derivations, and different Endings. IV. Syntax, or Due Construction, which shews how to connect Words aright in a Sentence, or Sentences. To which is added, a Curious and Useful Appendix. The Fourth Edition, with Additions. By A. Fisher. 1754
Author The Pleasing Instructor: Or, Entertaining Moralist. Consisting Of Select Essays, Relations, Visions and Allegories, Collected From The most Eminent English Authors. To which are prefixed, New Thoughts on Education ... 1756
Author The Pleasing Instructor: Or, Entertaining Moralist. Consisting of Select Essays, Relations, Visions and Allegories, collected from the most eminent English Authors. To which are prefixed, New Thoughts On Education. Designed for the use of Schools, as well as the Closet; with a view to form the rising minds of the youth of both Sexes to Virtue, and destroy in the bud, those vices and frailties, which Mankind, and Youth in particular, are addicted to. The Second Edition. 1756
Author A new grammar, with exercises of bad English: or, an easy guide to speaking and writing the English language properly and correctly. Containing, I. Orthography, or true spelling, which treats of the sounds and uses of the several letters in all their different positions; of the Division of Words into Syllables, and Use of Points. II. Prosody, or the Art of Pronouncing Syllables in Words truly, with Tables of Words properly accented. III. Etymology, or the Kinds of Words, which explains the several Parts of Speech, their Derivations and different Endings; Change and Likeness to one another. IV. Syntax, or construction, which shows how to connect Words aright in a Sentence, or Sentences. To which is added, a curious and useful appendix. The fifth edition improved. By A. Fisher. 1757
Author A practical new grammar, with exercises of bad English: or, an easy guide to speaking and writing the English language properly and correctly. Containing, I. Orthography, or true spelling, which treats of the sounds and uses of the several letters in all positions; of the division of words into syllables and the use of points. II. Prosody, or the art of pronouncing syllables in words truly, with tables of words properly accented. III. Etymology, or the kinds of words which explains the several parts of speech, their derivations and different endings; change and likeness to one another. IV. Syntax, or construction, which teaches how to connect words aright in a sentence, or sentences together. To which is added, a curious and useful appendix. The sixth edition improved, by A. Fisher. 1759
Author The Pleasing Instructor: Or, Entertaining Moralist. Consisting Of Select Essays, Relations, Visions and Allegories, Collected From The most Eminent English Authors. To which are prefixed, New Thoughts on Education ... The third edition, enlarged and improved. 1760
Author A practical new grammar, with exercises of bad English: or, an easy guide to speaking and writing the English language properly and correctly. Containing, I. Orthography; or true spelling, which treats of the sounds and uses of the several letters in all positions; of th division of words into syllables, and the use of points. II. Prosody; or the art of pronouncing syllables in words truly, with tables of words properly accented. III. Etymology; or the kinds of words, which explain the several parts of speech; their derivations and different endings; change and likeness to one another. IV. Syntax, or construction, which teaches how to connect words aright in a sentence, or sentences together. To which is added, a curious and useful appendix. The seventh edition enlarged, and much improved. by A. Fisher. 1762
Author A practical new grammar, with exercises of bad English: or, An easy guide to speaking and writing the English Language properly and correctly. Containing, I. Orthography; or True spelling, which treats of the sounds and uses of the several letters in all positions; of the division of words into syllables, and the use of points. II. Prosody; or The art of pronounicing syllables in words truly, with tables of words properly accented. III. Etymology; or The kinds of words, which explains the several parts of speech; their derivations and different endings; change and likeness to one another. IV. Syntax, or Construction, which teaches how to connect words aright in a sentence, or sentences together. To which is added, a curious and useful appendix. The seventh edition enlarged, and much improved. By A. Fisher. 1762
Author The new English tutor: or, modern preceptor. Consisting of orthography (or the Art of Spelling and Reading) digested into a practical System, under a few plain easy Rules, which any Child must be capable of retaining. Observations on the particular powers of letters, and of such as vary in their Uses and Sounds, according to their different Positions, the Uses of the quiescent Letters, &c. All exemplified by Lessons, or Exercises under them, methodized to advance a Learner in the readiest Manner to read a modern Author. also, a practical abstract of English grammar. This Work is beautified with fine Copper-Plate Cuts, representing such Vices as Children are most addicted to, and such Virtues as should be first inculcated: Likewise several Fable Cuts, with striking Lessions, referring to each particular Passion, &c. By A. Fisher. 1762
Author A practical new grammar, with exercises of bad English: or, an easy guide to speaking and writing the English language properly and correctly. Containing, I. Orthography; or True Spelling, which treats of the Sounds and Uses of the several Letters in all Positions; of the Division of Words into Syllables, and the Use of Points. II. Prosody; or the Art of Pronouncing Syllables in Words truly, with Tables of Words properly accented. III. Etymology; or the Kinds of Words, which explains the several Parts of Speech; their Derivations and different Endings; Change and Likeness to one another. IV. Syntax, or Construction, which teaches how to connect Words aright in a Sentence, or Sentences together. To which is added, a Curious and Useful Appendix. The Eighth Edition, Enlarged and much Improved. By A. Fisher. 1763
Author A practical new grammar, with exercises of bad English: or, an easy guide to speaking and writing the English language properly and correctly. ... The tenth edition, enlarged and much improved. By A. Fisher. 1765
Author A practical new grammar, with exercises of bad English: or, an easy guide to speaking and writing the English language properly and correctly. Containing I. Orthography; or true spelling, which treats of the sounds and uses of the several letters in all positions; of the division of words into syllables; and the use of points. II. Prosody; or the art of pronouncing syllables in words truly, with tables of words properly accented. III. Etymology; or the kinds of words, which explains several parts of speech; their derivations and different endings; change and likeness to one another. IV. Syntax; or construction, which teaches how to connect words aright in a sentence, or sentences together. To which is added, a curious and useful appendix. The ninth edition, enlarged and much improved. By A. Fisher. 1766
Author The Pleasing Instructor: Or, Entertaining Moralist. Consisting Of Select Essays, Relations, Visions and Allegories, Collected From The most Eminent English Authors. To which are prefixed, New Thoughts on Education. Designed for the Use of Schools, as well as the Closet; with a view to form the rising Minds of the Youth of both Sexes to Virtue, and destroy in the Bud, those Vices and Frailties, which Mankind, and Youth in particular, are addicted to. The Fifth Edition, Enlarged and Improved. 1766
Author A practical new grammar, with exercises of bad English: or, an easy guide to speaking and writing the English language properly and correctly. Containing, I. Orthography; or True Spelling, which treats of the Sounds and Uses of the several Letters in all Positions; of the Division of Words into Syllables, and the Use of Points. II. Prosody; Or the Art of Pronouncing Syllables in Words truly, with Tables of Words properly accented. III. Etymology; or the Kinds of Words, which explains the several Parts of Speech; their Derivations and different Endings; Change and Likeness to one another. IV. Syntax; or Construction, which teaches how to connect Words aright in a Sentence, or Sentences together. To which is added, a Curious and Useful appendix. The tenth edition, enlarged and much improved. By A. Fisher. 1767
Author A practical new grammar, with exercises of bad English: or, an easy guide to speaking and writing the English language properly and correctly containing. I. Orthography; or True Spelling, which treats of the Sounds and Uses of the several Letters in all Positions; of the Division of Words into Syllables, and the Use of Points. II. Prosody; Or the Art of Pronouncing Syllables in Words truly, with Tables of Words properly accented. III. Etymology; or the Kinds of Words, which explains the several Parts of Speech; their Derivations and different Endings; Change and Likeness to one another. IV. Syntax; or Construction, which teaches how to connect Words aright in a Sentence, or Sentences together. To which is added, a curious and useful appendix. The eleventh edition, enlarged and much improved. By A. Fisher. 1768
Author A practical new grammar, with exercises of bad English: or, an easy guide to speaking and writing the English language properly and correctly. containing, I. Orthography; or true spelling, which treats of the sounds and uses of the several letters in all positions; of th divisions of words into syllables, and the use of points. II Prosody; or the art of pronouncing syllables in words truly, with tables of words properly accented. III. Etymology; or the kinds of words, which explains the several parts of speech; their derivations and different endings: change and likeness to one another. IV. Syntax; or construction, which teaches how to connect words aright in a sentence, or sentences together, to which is added, a curious and useful appendix. The eleventh edition, enlarged and much improved. by A. Fisher. 1768
Author The New-English tutor: or, Modern preceptor. Consisting of orthography (or the art of spelling and reading) digested into a practical system under a few plain, easy rules, which any child must be capable of retaining. Observations on the particular powers of letters, and such as vary in their uses and sounds, according to their different positions, the uses of the quiescent letters, &c. All exemplified by lessons, or exercises under them, methodized to a advance a learner in the readiest manner to read a modern author. Also, a practical abstract of English grammar, and scripture histories. This work is beautified with elegant cuts, representing such vices as children are most addicted to and such virtues as should be first inculcated: likewise severa fable cuts, with striking lessons, referring to each particular passion, &c. By A. Fisher. 1768
Author The Pleasing Instructor: Or, Entertaining Moralist. Consisting Of Select Essays, Relations, Visions and Allegories, Collected From The most Eminent English Authors. To which are prefixed, New Thoughts on Education. Designed for the Use of Schools, as well as the Closet; with a view to form the rising Minds of the Youth of both Sexes to Virtue, and destroy in the Bud, those Vices and Frailties, which Mankind, and Youth in particular, are addicted to. The Sixth Edition, Enlarged and Improved. 1768
Author The Pleasing Instructor: Or, Entertaining Moralist. Consisting Of Select Essays, Relations, Visions and Allegories, Collected From The most Eminent English Authors. To which are prefixed, New Thoughts on Education. Designed for the Use of Schools, as well as the Closet; with a view to form the rising Minds of the Youth of both Sexes to Virtue, and destroy in the Bud, those Vices and Frailties, which Mankind, and Youth in particular, are addicted to. The Sixth Edition, Enlarged and Improved. 1768
Author A new English exercise book. Calculated to render the construction of the English tongue, easy and familiar, independent of any other language. Laid Down After the Manner of Clarke's Examples for the Latin, and adapted To the Rules of Fisher's Grammar. By A. Fisher. 1770

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