The first confederate speller on a strictly philosophical and progressive plan : in which the two hundred and twenty-four simple and compound sounds that form the words of the English language are presented in monosyllables and syllables, and the words of the same clan, of one, two, or more syllables, are classed in tables, according to their peculiar terminations, the number of words in each table varying in number according to the extent of the respective clans /

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Title:The first confederate speller on a strictly philosophical and progressive plan : in which the two hundred and twenty-four simple and compound sounds that form the words of the English language are presented in monosyllables and syllables, and the words of the same clan, of one, two, or more syllables, are classed in tables, according to their peculiar terminations, the number of words in each table varying in number according to the extent of the respective clans /
Date:1861, 2010
Description:

"Entered ... in the year 1861, by John B. McFerrin, Agent ..."--T.p. verso.

Probably published by the publishing house of the Methodist Episcopal Church in Nashville for which J.B. McFerrin was agent in 1861.

Parrish & Willingham. Confederate imprints,

Electronic reproduction.

digitized

The online edition of this book in the public domain, i.e., not protected by copyright, has been produced by the Emory University Digital Library Publications Program.

Types:text | Spellers Tennessee Nashville 1861. rbgenr | electronic resource
Subjects:Spellers--Specimens.
Collection:Confederate Imprints
Institution:Manuscript, Archives, and Rare Book Library, Emory University
Online Publisher:Nashville, Tenn. : [s.n.]
Rights and Usage:

public domain

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(GEU)ocm53940155

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