APA Citation

Brinsley, J. (1622). Cato translated grammatically: Directing for understanding, construing, parsing, making, and proving the same Latin, and so for continuall practice of the grammaticall analysis and genesis. Done for the good of schools, and of all desirous to recover or keep that which they gette in the grammar-school, or to increase therein. At London: Printed by H. L[ownes] for Thomas Man.

Chicago Style Citation

Brinsley, John. Cato Translated Grammatically: Directing for Understanding, Construing, Parsing, Making, and Proving the Same Latin, and so for Continuall Practice of the Grammaticall Analysis and Genesis. Done for the Good of Schools, and of All Desirous to Recover or Keep That Which They Gette in the Grammar-school, or to Increase Therein. At London: Printed by H. L[ownes] for Thomas Man, 1622.

MLA Citation

Brinsley, John. Cato Translated Grammatically: Directing for Understanding, Construing, Parsing, Making, and Proving the Same Latin, and so for Continuall Practice of the Grammaticall Analysis and Genesis. Done for the Good of Schools, and of All Desirous to Recover or Keep That Which They Gette in the Grammar-school, or to Increase Therein. At London: Printed by H. L[ownes] for Thomas Man, 1622.

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