Priscianus nascens, or, A key to the grammar schoole in two parts : the first exhibiting proverbial sentences being suited examples to the rules of the declensions, adjectives, verbs and participles of the Latine grammar : the second delivering a review of the survey of the English tongue taken heretofore by Mr. John Hewis, according to the use and analogy of the Latine, serving much to the exposition of the grammatical rules of Lilly, and to the more easie and certain translating of English into Latine : to which is now premised the handmaid to the syntaxe ...
|Main Author:||Huish, Anthony.|
|Corporate Authors:||Early English Books Online.|
Printed for William Garret,
Early English books online.
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