The first booke of Tullies Offices translated grammatically: and also according to the propriety of our English tongue; for the more speedy and certain attaining of the singular learning contained in the same, to further to a pure Latin stile, and to expresse the mind more easily, both in English and Latine. Done chiefly for the good of schooles; to be used according to the directions in the admonition to the reader, and more fully in Ludus lit. or Grammar-schoole
Printed by [Eliot's Court Press for] the assignes of Thomas Man, &c.,
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