The English grammar: Or, The English tongue reduced to grammatical rules

Publication Date1693
RemainderContaining the four parts of grammar, viz., orthography, etymology, syntax, prosody or poetry. Being the easiest, quickest, and most authentick method of teaching it by rules and pictures; adapted to the capacities of children, youth, and those of riper years: In learning whereof the English scholar may now obtain the perfection of his mother tongue, without the assistance of Latin: Composed for the use of all English-schools. By Joseph Aickin M.A. and lately one of the masters of the Free-School of London-Derry.
Extent[16], 76, 26 [i.e. 36] p., 2 leaves of plates
Publisherprinted for the author, schoolmaster, in Fisher-street near Red Lion Square, and sold by John Lawrence at the Angel in the Poultry


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