Excerpt from A Practical Grammar of English Pronunciation: On Plain and Recognized Principles, Calculated to Assist in Removing Every Objectionable Peculiarity of Utterance, Arising Either From Foreign, Provincial, or Vulgar Habits; Or From a Defective Use of the Organs of Speech
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