Methodi practicæ specimen. An essay of a practical grammar; or, An enquiry after a more easie and certain help to the construing and pearcing of authors; and to the making and speaking of Latin Containing a sett of Latins answerable to the most fundamental rules of grammar, and delivered in an easie method for the first beginners to make Latin, at their entrance on the rules of construction. By Christopher Wase, M.A. Teacher of the free-school at Tunbridge in Kent.
|Main Author:||Wase, Christopher, 1625?-1690.|
|Corporate Author:||Early English Books Online.|
printed by A. Maxwell, and are to be sold by Samuel Gellibrand,
|Edition:||The sixth edition corrected and amended.|
Early English books online.
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