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Titles

Displaying 26–50 of 479

ID Title Author Firms (City) Date Edition
3168 A new and easy method of cookery. Treating, I. Of gravies, soups, broths, &c. II. Of fish, and their sauces. III. To Pot and Make Hams, &c. IV. Of Pies, Pasties, &c. V. Of Pickling and Preserving. VI. Of made wines, distilling and brewing, &c. to Which are Added, By Way of Appendix, Fifty-Three New and Useful Receipts, and Directions for Carving. By Elizabeth Cleland. Chiefly intended for the Benefit of the Young Ladies who attend Her School. The Second Edition. Cleland , Elizabeth
1759 The Second Edition.
2081 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. Fisher , Ann
Thomas Slack [Union Street] (Newcastle upon Tyne)
1770
2071 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. Fisher , Ann
1754 The Fourth Edition, with Additions.
2067 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. Fisher , Ann
1753 The third edition, with additions.
2069 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. Fisher , Ann
Thomas Slack [Union Street] (Newcastle upon Tyne)
1757 The fifth edition improved.
13141 A New History of England, by Question and Answer, Extracted from the Most Celebrated English Historians, particularly M. Rapin de Thoyras, For the Instruction and Entertainment of our Youth of Both Sexes. By the author of the Roman History by Question and Answer. The Twenty-First Edition corrected, and brought down to the present time. Adorned with Thirty-two Copper-Plates, representing the most remarkable Occurrences, and the Heads of all the Kings and Queens. Lockman , John
John Rivington and Sons [or J. F. and C. Rivington] (London)
George Robinson [ii] (London)
Thomas Cadell [London] (London)
James Scatcherd and J. Whitaker (London)
Charles Dilly (London)
Robert Baldwin I (London)
Thomas Carnan (London)
Elizabeth Newbery (London)
Thomas Longman II (London)
William Goldsmith [Paternoster Row] (London)
George and Thomas Wilkie (London)
James Buckland [57 Paternoster, 1767–89] (London)
Alexander Strahan [Printers St] (London)
1787 The Twenty-First Edition corrected, and brought down to the present time.
2118 A plain address to my neighbours. Written at the request of a lady, who has favoured the public with many useful and entertaining compositions, chiefly calculated for the benefit and instruction of young people. Francis , Anne
1798
13527 A practical new grammar with exercises of bad English : or, an easy guide to speaking and writing the English language properly and correctly ... to which is added, a curious and useful appendix Fisher , Ann
J.M. Mozley and Co. (Gainsborough)
W. Osborne and T. Griffin (London)
1794
13528 A practical new grammar, with exercises of bad English, or, An easy guide to speaking and writing the English language properly and correctly ... : to which is added a curious and useful appendix Fisher , Ann
George, George, and John Robinson (London)
Solomon Hodgson (Newcastle upon Tyne)
1795
13525 A practical new grammar, with exercises of bad English, or, An easy guide to speaking and writing the English language properly and correctly ... : to which is added, a curious and useful appendix Fisher , Ann
s.n.
1784
13526 A practical new grammar, with exercises of bad English, or, An easy guide to speaking and writing the English language properly and correctly ... : to which is added, a curious and useful appendix Fisher , Ann
George, George, John and James Robinson (London)
Solomon Hodgson (Newcastle upon Tyne)
1790
2114 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 sound; 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. By A. Fisher. A new edition, enlarged and much improved. Fisher , Ann
Wilson, Spence and Mawman [High Ousegate] (York)
W. Law (London)
R. Cater (London)
A. Millar (London)
1795 new
2084 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. Fisher , Ann
Lacy Hawes and Co. (London)
Thomas Slack [Union Street] (Newcastle upon Tyne)
Mary Richardson (London)
1765 The tenth edition, enlarged and much improved.
2082 A practical new grammar, with exercises of bad English: or, an easy guide to speaking and writing the English language properly and correctly. ... To which is added, a curious and useful appendix. The eighteenth edition, enlarged and much improved. By A. Fisher. Fisher , Ann
George Robinson [ii] (London)
Thomas Slack [Groat Street] (Newcastle upon Tyne)
1779
2057 A practical new grammar, with exercises of bad English: or, an easy guide to speaking and writing the English language properly and correctly. ... To which is added, a curious and useful appendix. The twenty-first edition, enlarged and much improved. By A. Fisher Fisher , Ann
Thomas Slack [Groat Street] (Newcastle upon Tyne)
1782 The twenty-first edition, enlarged and much improved.
2109 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 a right in a sentence, or sentences together. To which is added, a curious and useful appendix. A new edition, corrected and improved. By A. Fisher. Fisher , Ann
s.n.
1791
2107 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 the sounds and uses of 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 seventeenth edition, enlarged and much improved. By A. Fisher. Fisher , Ann
George Robinson [ii] (London)
Thomas Slack [Union Street] (Newcastle upon Tyne)
1778 The seventeenth edition, enlarged and much improved.
13270 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. Fisher , Ann
Thomas Slack [Union Street] (Newcastle upon Tyne)
1759 The sixth edition improved
2053 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 sound; 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. Fisher , Ann
Thomas Wilson and Robert Spence (York)
W. Law (London)
R. Cater (London)
A. Millar (London)
1789
2086 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 Fisher , Ann
Charles Hitch and Lacy Hawes (London)
Thomas Slack [Union Street] (Newcastle upon Tyne)
J. Richardson [Paternoster Row] (London)
1762 The seventh edition enlarged, and much improved.
2103 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 thirteenth edition, enlarged and much improved. By A. Fisher. Fisher , Ann
Thomas Slack [Union Street] (Newcastle upon Tyne)
1771 The thirteenth edition, enlarged and much improved.
2100 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. Fisher , Ann
Thomas Slack [Union Street] (Newcastle upon Tyne)
1762 The seventh edition enlarged, and much improved.
2050 A practical new grammar, with exercises of bad English: Or, An easy guide to speaking and writing the English Language. Properly & 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 are added a curious & useful appendix, and alo an additional appendix. A new edition, enlarged, improved, and corrected. By A. Fisher. Fisher , Ann
1800
2055 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 postions; 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 twenty-second edition, enlarged and much improved. By A. Fisher. Fisher , Ann
Solomon Hodgson (Newcastle upon Tyne)
1785 The twenty-second edition, enlarged and much improved.
11049 A Selection from Mrs. Trimmer's Instructive Tales, etc. Trimmer , Sarah
Francis, Charles and John Rivington (London)
1815