Primula veris: a brighter gem, Æsop's cock never found, teaching (ne'r taught yet) speech's perfect ground Or, the third part of Calverleys notes: which notes (after discovery of the wonderous mistakes, needless difficulties, and prolixity of the common grammar) initiate a method which may be a glory to the nation, and an encouragement to the learning youth of Europe: then all must learn this true distinction's glance, else babes will jear us for our ignorance.
printed by T.H. for the author, in High-Holbourn, and sold by Mr. Butt, in Princes-Street, near Drury-Lane,
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|Item Description:||Reproduction of the original in the Bodleian Library.|
|Physical Description:||, 3 p.|