The English grammar; or, The grounds and genius of the English tongue

Publication Date1688
RemainderWith a prefatory discourse, concerning its original, and excellency; and, at the end, a collection of the English monosyllables; being the radical part of the language. Wherein true spelling and pointing, the usual abbreviations, the several hands used in writing, and characters in printing, the variety of styles, and the method of books, &c. are explained. By Guy Miege, author of the Great French dictionary.
Extent[16], 180 p.
Publisherprinted by J. Redmayne, for the author, at his house next to the Nag's head, in James Street, Covent-Garden


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