A compendious way of teaching antient and modern languages

Publication Date1750
Remainderformerly practised by the Learned Tanaquil Faber, And now, with little Alteration, successfully executed in London. With Observations on the same subject, by several eminent Men, viz. Roger Ascham, Richard Carew, Mr. Milton, Mr. Locke, &c. With An Account of the Education of the Dauphine, and of his Sons, the Dukes of Burgundy, Anjou, and Berry: And the Marchioness of Lambert's Letter to her Son. Also, an essay on rational grammar. To which are now added, Proposals for a new method of domestick education. Likewise, the original letter of Cardinal Woolsey, to the masters of his school at Ipswich; with an English Translation. The fourth edition, very much enlarged. By J. T. Philipps, Historiographer to his Majesty, and formerly Preceptor to his Royal Highness Prince William, Duke of Cumberland
Publisherprinted for W. Meadows, at the Angel in Cornhill



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