The Latine grammar fitted for the use of schools Wherein the words of Lilie's Grammar are (as much as might be) retained; many errors thereof amended; many needless things left out: many necessaries, that were wanting, supplied; and all things ordered in a method more agreeable to childrens capacity, by Charls Hoole, Mr. of Arts, of Lincoln-Collegde in Oxford, sometimes schoolmaster of Rother[h]am in York shire; and now teacher of a private grammar school in the Token-house in Lothbury, not very far from the Royall Exchange London. And (that nothing might be wanting to the purpose) the English translation is set down on the contrary page for the benefit of young-learners.
printed by T. Mabb, and are to be sold by Henry Mortlocke at the Phoenix, neer the little North-doore of St. Pauls Church, and Tho. Basset in St. Dunstans Church-yard in Fleet-street,
|Edition:||The third edition more exactly corrected than the former impressions.|
|Series:||Early English books online.
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