Ludus Literarum the sporting of the letters: or, the scholar's recreation. Being a new invention, tending to a speedy attaining knowledge in the tongues. Also, fit, pleasant and profitable for all sorts and capacities of men and women whatever: to be used instead of card-playing. By J.B. A.M. This book of directions, with the packs of letters to be made use of in this learned recreation, are to be sold by Mr. Davis bookseller in Oxford, by Mr. Morden bookseller in Cambridge, and by Stephen Goodall stationer at the sign of the Golden-Cross in Cornhill, near the Royal Exchange in London. The price of the book is one shilling, and the pack of letters four pence, or, if with a box of counters, six pence.
printed for the author [to be sold by Mr. Davis, Oxford; Mr. Morden, Cambridge, and Stephen Goodall, London],
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