Prosodia construed and the meaning of the most difficult words therein contained plainly illustrated being an addition to the construction of Lilies rules, and of like necessary use. By Barnab. Hampton.
printed by Roger Norton,
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An adaptation of "Prosodia", section 4 of "Brevissima institutio", which is part 2 of the 'authorized' English and Latin grammar of Henry VIII, the whole work commonly known as: A shorte introduction of grammar, or "Lily's grammar". This version follows each Latin term or phrase with its translation.
Reproduction of original in the Folger Shakespeare Library.
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