Vestibulum linguæ Latinæ. A dictionarie for children consisting of two parts: 1. English words of one syllable alphabetically with the Latine words annexed. 2. Words of more syllables derived from the Latine words adjoined. Containing near ten thousand words, besides thrice that number derived from, or known by them. Such who have lost what they learned at school may hereby find much help. Also those not brought up to the knowledge of the Latine tongue, may here find interpreted words often used in English books and sermons. The further use and method of this work is set forth in the preface. By Th. Willis of Thistleworth in Middlesex. Being the fruit of above forty years experience in teaching school.
printed by Richard Cotes for Philemon Stephens at the guilded Lion in Pauls Church-yard,
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