APA Citation

Webster, N. (1785). A grammatical institute of the English language: Comprising, an easy, concise, and systematic method of education, designed for the use of English schools in America. : In three parts. Part I. Containing, a new and accurate standard of pronunciation. (The fourth edition.). Hartford:: Printed by Hudson & Goodwin..

Chicago Style Citation

Webster, Noah. A Grammatical Institute of the English Language: Comprising, an Easy, Concise, and Systematic Method of Education, Designed for the Use of English Schools in America. : In Three Parts. Part I. Containing, a New and Accurate Standard of Pronunciation. The fourth edition. Hartford:: Printed by Hudson & Goodwin., 1785.

MLA Citation

Webster, Noah. A Grammatical Institute of the English Language: Comprising, an Easy, Concise, and Systematic Method of Education, Designed for the Use of English Schools in America. : In Three Parts. Part I. Containing, a New and Accurate Standard of Pronunciation. The fourth edition. Hartford:: Printed by Hudson & Goodwin., 1785.

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