Anonymous, The Child's Bible (1677)
The child's Bible, or, An introduction to the reading of the Bible being a collection of all the words that are found in the Old and New Testament (excepting only some of the most unusual proper names of the Old Testament, which are found only in some few chapters not appointed to be read in churches) digested methodically under several heads, according to the different ways of spelling and pronouncing them, together with a proposal of a more advantagious way of calling some of the letters, than hitherto hath been used
Word-lists by syllable count.
Ian Lancashire, Editor.
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