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MLA

Carter, Edmund. A Scripture Spelling Dictionary: Or an Assistant to Reading the Holy Scriptures: Containing an Alphabetical List of All the Proper Names In the Old and New Testament, (as Likewise Those In the Apocrypha) Above One Syllable, (being Near Four Thousand Words) So Accented and Divided, As to Make the Reading, and Pronounceing Thereof, Quite Easy, and Familiar to the Meanest Capacity. Being Not Only Useful to Youth and the Laity In General, but Even to the Clergy, Some of Whom Pronounce the Same Words Differently From Others, for Want of a General Rule to Go By. To Which Are Prefixed Rules for the Better Explanation Thereof. Very Proper to Be Had In All Schools, and to Be Bound Up with the Bible, for the Use of Private Families. By Edmund Carter, Schoolmaster At Enfield. London: printed for John Merry, at the Bible and Lamb, in Bishopsgate-Street, near Cornhill, and John Fuller, at the Bible, in Blowbladder-Street, near Newgate-Street, ...1.

APA

Carter, E. (...1). A scripture spelling dictionary: or an assistant to reading the holy scriptures: containing an alphabetical list of all the proper names in the Old and New Testament, (as likewise those in the Apocrypha) above one syllable, (being near Four Thousand Words) so accented and divided, as to make the reading, and pronounceing thereof, quite easy, and familiar to the meanest Capacity. Being not only useful to Youth and the Laity in general, but even to the Clergy, some of whom pronounce the same Words differently from others, for want of a general Rule to go by. To which are prefixed rules for the better Explanation thereof. Very proper to be had in all Schools, and to be bound up with the Bible, for the Use of private Families. By Edmund Carter, Schoolmaster at Enfield. London: printed for John Merry, at the Bible and Lamb, in Bishopsgate-Street, near Cornhill, and John Fuller, at the Bible, in Blowbladder-Street, near Newgate-Street.

Chicago

Carter, Edmund, A Scripture Spelling Dictionary: Or an Assistant to Reading the Holy Scriptures: Containing an Alphabetical List of All the Proper Names In the Old and New Testament, (as Likewise Those In the Apocrypha) Above One Syllable, (being Near Four Thousand Words) So Accented and Divided, As to Make the Reading, and Pronounceing Thereof, Quite Easy, and Familiar to the Meanest Capacity. Being Not Only Useful to Youth and the Laity In General, but Even to the Clergy, Some of Whom Pronounce the Same Words Differently From Others, for Want of a General Rule to Go By. To Which Are Prefixed Rules for the Better Explanation Thereof. Very Proper to Be Had In All Schools, and to Be Bound Up with the Bible, for the Use of Private Families. By Edmund Carter, Schoolmaster At Enfield. London: printed for John Merry, at the Bible and Lamb, in Bishopsgate-Street, near Cornhill, and John Fuller, at the Bible, in Blowbladder-Street, near Newgate-Street, ...1.