The new invented English climax, in two volumes. Containing vol. I. Part I. Several new methods of teaching the Roman and Italic alphabets, &c. Part II. The Gospel of St. John, and other select parts of scripture, divided into climaxes or ladders. with rules in rhyme for the division of words into syllables, and for stops and marks. Vol. II. Part I. Orthography taught and exemplified at large after a new, amusing, and easy method, with an index, intended actually to enable the young pupil, to read and spell the whole language, and in every science. To which are added, the similars, also abreviations, verybal, titular, arithmetical, mathematical, &c, in the way of tabular and construing amusement. Part II. Rules and maxims of the art of reading, as touching pronounciation, voice, emphasis, cadence, accent, &c, with arithmetical tables, and their use. By T. Hervey, of Underbarrow. Vol. I.
- Hervey, Thomas, Rev.