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Propriety ascertained in her picture; or, Inglish speech and spelling rendered mutual guides.
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Propriety ascertained in her picture ; or, Inglish speech and spelling rendered mutual guides.: By James Elphinston. Propriety Ascertained in Her Picture, (or English Speech and Spelling Rendered Mutual Guides, Secure Alike from Distant, and from Domestic, Error)(, ) [2 volumes] The Principles of the English Language Digested for the use of Schools () Inglish Orthography Epittomized () Miniature of English Orthography () Co-author of.
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These include linguistic ideology and the grammatical tradition, the contribution of women to the writing of grammars, the interactions of writers at this time and how politeness was encoded in language, including that on a regional.
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ABSTRACT: Recognizing the simultaneous rise of the English standardization movement and the British Empire, this article addresses how eighteenth-century attempts at “correcting, improving, and ascertaining the English tongue” can be read as political and social allegories offering insight into the expanding empire’s emerging self-image.
With close readings of Daniel Defoe, Samuel. Propriety Ascertained in Her Picture; or, Inglish Speech and Spelling Rendered Mutual Guides.
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London: for. There was actually a huge wave of interest in spelling reform in the late eighteenth century in Britain, but this particular passage is from the first volume of James Elphinston's Propriety Ascertained in her Picture; Or, Inglish Speech and Spelling .go and imbrood her hands in hinnocent blood of her own child, she's I might have kept out of it, as was only my wanting' for to scem to wuss than a boast of prey.
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