Lingua linguarum = The natural language of languages in a vocabulary wherein it is desired and endeavoured, that tongues may be brought to teach themselves; and words may be best fancied, understood, and remembred. Contrived and built upon analogy, a designe further improvable, and appliable to the gaining of any language: but here fitted for the first forms in grammar-schools, to acquaint them with the Latine tongue. /
|Main Author:||Edmundson, Henry, 1607?-1659.|
|Corporate Author:||Early English Books Online.|
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Early English books online.
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