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Williams, Honoria. Conversations on English Grammar, in a series of Familiar and Entertaining Dialogues between a mother and her daughters, in which The various Rules of Grammar are introduced and explained in a manner calculated to excite the attention of Children, at the same time to convey to their Minds clear and comprehensive Ideas of the General Principles of Language; with a number of appropriate questions following each conversation. Adapted to the use of Establishments for Young Ladies, as well as to Private Tuition, and to Preparatory Schools for Young Gentlemen. By Mrs Williams, Author of the Syllabic Spelling Book, or Summary Method of Reading.The Women's Print History Project, 2019, title ID 25168, https://womensprinthistoryproject.com/title/25168. Accessed 2024-02-26.

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  author={Williams,Honoria},
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  title={Conversations on English Grammar, in a series of Familiar and Entertaining Dialogues between a mother and her daughters, in which The various Rules of Grammar are introduced and explained in a manner calculated to excite the attention of Children, at the same time to convey to their Minds clear and comprehensive Ideas of the General Principles of Language; with a number of appropriate questions following each conversation. Adapted to the use of Establishments for Young Ladies, as well as to Private Tuition, and to Preparatory Schools for Young Gentlemen. By Mrs Williams, Author of the Syllabic Spelling Book, or Summary Method of Reading.},
  publisher={Lackington, Hughes, Harding, Mavor, and Lepard \& },
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