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Fisher, Ann. 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.The Women's Print History Project, 2019, title ID 2053, https://womensprinthistoryproject.com/title/2053. Accessed 2023-01-28.

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  author={Fisher,Ann},
  year={1789},
  title={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.},
  publisher={Thomas Wilson and Robert Spence \& W. Law \& R. Cater \& A. Millar},
  address={London},    }

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