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Authors : Cobb, Lyman, 1800-1864, Walker, John, 1732-1807
Title: Cobb's spelling book: being a just standard for pronouncing the English language, containing the rudiments of the English, language arranged in catechetical order, an organization of the alphabet, an easy scheme of spelling and pronunciation, intermixed with easy reading lessons : to which are added, some useful tables, with the names of cities, counties, towns, rivers, lakes, &c. in the United States, and a list of the proper names contained in the New Testament, and pronounced according to the best authorities : designed to teach the orthography and orthoepy of J. Walker
Print source: Cobb's spelling book being a just standard for pronouncing the English language, containing the rudiments of the English, language arranged in catechetical order, an organization of the alphabet, an easy scheme of spelling and pronunciation, intermixed with easy reading lessons : to which are added, some useful tables, with the names of cities, counties, towns, rivers, lakes, &c. in the United States, and a list of the proper names contained in the New Testament, and pronounced according to the best authorities : designed to teach the orthography and orthoepy of J. Walker
Cobb, Lyman, 1800-1864Walker, John, 1732-1807

Watertown, N.Y: Printed and published by Knowlton & Rice, c1825
Publication Info: Pittsburgh: University of Pittsburgh, Digital Research Library
2002
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This work is believed to be in the public domain with no known restrictions on access and use.

Subject terms:
Spellers.
URL: http://digital.library.pitt.edu/cgi-bin/t/text/text-idx?idno=00ack2791m;view=toc;c=nietz

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Cobb's spelling book: being a just standard for pronouncing the English language, containing the rudiments of the English, language arranged in catechetical order, an organization of the alphabet, an easy scheme of spelling and pronunciation, intermixed with easy reading lessons : to which are added, some useful tables, with the names of cities, counties, towns, rivers, lakes, &c. in the United States, and a list of the proper names contained in the New Testament, and pronounced according to the best authorities : designed to teach the orthography and orthoepy of J. Walker
A Just Standard for Pronouncing the English Language