APA Citation

Watts, I. (1770). Watts's compleat spelling-book: In three parts. Part I. Containing Mr. Munday's new improvements for the right accenting of words, ... Part II. Containeth the principles and rules of pronouncing our mother tongue, ... Part III. Lessons for children, ... with a short history of England, ... as also Mr. Clark's directions for writing the round hand, ... The whole ... was compiled and designed for the use of schools, in Great-Britain and Ireland (The tenth edition, revised and carefully compared with Johnson's English dictionary. With many alterations and additions, and a new set of cuts, .). Dublin: Printed for James Williams.

MLA Citation

Watts, Isaac. Watts's Compleat Spelling-book: In Three Parts. Part I. Containing Mr. Munday's New Improvements for the Right Accenting of Words, ... Part II. Containeth the Principles and Rules of Pronouncing Our Mother Tongue, ... Part III. Lessons for Children, ... With a Short History of England, ... As Also Mr. Clark's Directions for Writing the Round Hand, ... The Whole ... Was Compiled and Designed for the Use of Schools, in Great-Britain and Ireland. The tenth edition, revised and carefully compared with Johnson's English dictionary. With many alterations and additions, and a new set of cuts, . Dublin: Printed for James Williams, 1770.

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