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Blau, Robert. The Accidences Of the Parts of Speech; Or the Rudiments of Etymology. After a New and Easy Method. Containing, 1. The Alphabet with its Division, and the Definitions of the eight parts of Speech most intelligible by youth; Page1: 2. The Accidences of Noun and Pronoun with their Examples and all that relates to them; from Page 2 till 8. 3. Verb & its Accidences with four Regular Examples & some Irregular. and what necessarily belongs thereto, all exposed by way of Tables, to one glance of the Eye; for the help of the Local Memory. from P, 8, till 17. 4. Participle with all that relates thereto, Adverbs, Prepositions, Interjections and Conjunctions, with their English, and all that may necessarily relate to them, Page 17 to the end.The Women's Print History Project, 2019, title ID 24925, https://womensprinthistoryproject.com/title/24925. Accessed 2023-02-03.

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  author={Blau,Robert},
  year={1710},
  title={The Accidences Of the Parts of Speech; Or the Rudiments of Etymology. After a New and Easy Method. Containing, 1. The Alphabet with its Division, and the Definitions of the eight parts of Speech most intelligible by youth; Page1: 2. The Accidences of Noun and Pronoun with their Examples and all that relates to them; from Page 2 till 8. 3. Verb & its Accidences with four Regular Examples & some Irregular. and what necessarily belongs thereto, all exposed by way of Tables, to one glance of the Eye; for the help of the Local Memory. from P, 8, till 17. 4. Participle with all that relates thereto, Adverbs, Prepositions, Interjections and Conjunctions, with their English, and all that may necessarily relate to them, Page 17 to the end.},
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