A compleat system of grammar English and Latin

Publication Date1699
Remainderwherein that most excellent art is plainly, fully and distinctly taught, and practically manag'd thro' every part thereof. In a method which renders it easie to all capacities, and by use whereof the learner may attain to the perfect knowledge of the Latin tongue in less than one quarter of the time usually spent therein, and those who have lost their Latin may hereby soon repair it. Whereunto is annexed I. Rules for construing, composing and placing Latin according to the Ciceronian stile. II. The doctrin of English particles, whereby youth are enabled to express themselves pertinently, elegantly and fully. Dedicated to His Highness the Duke of Gloucester.
Extent[8], 150, [2] p.
Publisherprinted for H. Walwyn, at the Three Leggs in the Poultry over against the Stocks-Market


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