Franklin

MLA

Johnston, William. A Pronouncing and Spelling Dictionary : In Which, by Distinguishing Signs of the Literal Sounds, the Proper Sounds of English Words Are Clearly Intimated; and by Which, Both His Majesty's Subjects, and Foreigners, May Correct an Improper, Or Acquire a Right Pronunciation of the English Language. Together with an Introduction, and an Appendix, Containing Many New, and Useful Observations On the Sounds of the Letters; Distinguishing Signs of Their Different Sounds; and Directions for Attaining to a Right Pronunciation. And Also, by Way of Praxis, a Discourse On an Important Subject; In Which, the Right Sounds of Its Words Are So Clearly Intimated, That a Stranger, After Acquainting Himself with the Introduction, May Be Able to Pronounce Them Properly. To Which Is Now Added, a Short, and Plain Grammer of the English Language. The Second Edition, with Considerable Additions and Improvements. By William Johnston, M.a. .

APA

Johnston, W. A pronouncing and spelling dictionary : In which, by distinguishing signs of the literal sounds, the proper sounds of English words are clearly intimated; and by which, both His Majesty's subjects, and foreigners, may correct an improper, or acquire a right pronunciation of the English language. Together with an introduction, and an appendix, containing many new, and useful observations on the sounds of the letters; distinguishing signs of their different sounds; and directions for attaining to a right pronunciation. And also, by way of praxis, a discourse on an important subject; in which, the right sounds of its words are so clearly intimated, that a stranger, after acquainting himself with the introduction, may be able to pronounce them properly. To which is now added, a short, and plain grammer of the English language. The second edition, with considerable additions and improvements. By William Johnston, M.A. .

Chicago

Johnston, William, A Pronouncing and Spelling Dictionary: In Which, by Distinguishing Signs of the Literal Sounds, the Proper Sounds of English Words Are Clearly Intimated; and by Which, Both His Majesty's Subjects, and Foreigners, May Correct an Improper, Or Acquire a Right Pronunciation of the English Language. Together with an Introduction, and an Appendix, Containing Many New, and Useful Observations On the Sounds of the Letters; Distinguishing Signs of Their Different Sounds; and Directions for Attaining to a Right Pronunciation. And Also, by Way of Praxis, a Discourse On an Important Subject; In Which, the Right Sounds of Its Words Are So Clearly Intimated, That a Stranger, After Acquainting Himself with the Introduction, May Be Able to Pronounce Them Properly. To Which Is Now Added, a Short, and Plain Grammer of the English Language. The Second Edition, with Considerable Additions and Improvements. By William Johnston, M.A.