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Fenn, Ellenor. The child's grammar. Designed to enable ladies who may not have attended to the subject themselves to instruct their children. Containing a very plain and easy explanation of the several parts of speech; exemplified in the most familiar manner in sentences suited to the capacities of children: followed by parsing lessons, resolved into their elements to try the progress of the pupil. And also, the plainest explanation of the modes and tenses, and a second set of parsing lessons suited to a scholar more advanced in grammar; with directions for full examination.The Women's Print History Project, 2019, title ID 3661, https://womensprinthistoryproject.com/title/3661. Accessed 2024-04-17.

@book{ wphp_3661
  author={Fenn,Ellenor},
  year={1799},
  title={The child's grammar. Designed to enable ladies who may not have attended to the subject themselves to instruct their children. Containing a very plain and easy explanation of the several parts of speech; exemplified in the most familiar manner in sentences suited to the capacities of children: followed by parsing lessons, resolved into their elements to try the progress of the pupil. And also, the plainest explanation of the modes and tenses, and a second set of parsing lessons suited to a scholar more advanced in grammar; with directions for full examination.},
  publisher={Bennett Dugdale [Dame Street] \& },
  address={Dublin},    }

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