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In TWO TREATISES.
The FIRST, containing Rules for every Part
With a PRAXIS both of True and Falfe English,
The SECOND, fhewing the Nature of the feve-
By WILLIAM WARD, M. A.
Hec aut omnino non difcimus; aut prius defiflimus, quam in-
Printed by A. WARD, for C. ETHERINGTON, Bookfeller,
Page 6, Line 9, for particulur, read particular:
17, for O the Church, read O the Churches. 6, after to act, insert acting.
14, for Sing. read Plur.
26, for BTWEEN, read BETWEEN.
for opportunity, read opportunity.
In the fecond Treatife, at Page 226, Line 26, for objective Words, read objective Verbs.