APA (7th ed.) Citation

Hoole, C. (1659). The common accidence examined, and explained, by short questions and answers, according to the very words of the book: Conducing very much to the ease of the teacher, and the benefit of the learner. Being helpful to the better understanding of the rudiments and grounds of grammar, delivered in that and the like introductions, to the Latine tongue. Written heretofore, and made use of in Rotheram School, and now published for the profit of young beginners in that and other schools. By Charles Hoole Mr. of Arts, now teacher of a private grammar school neer Lothbury, London. Printed by T.M. and are to be sold by John Clark jun. at the lower end of Cheap-side entring into Mercers Chapel.

Chicago Style (17th ed.) Citation

Hoole, Charles. The Common Accidence Examined, and Explained, by Short Questions and Answers, According to the Very Words of the Book: Conducing Very Much to the Ease of the Teacher, and the Benefit of the Learner. Being Helpful to the Better Understanding of the Rudiments and Grounds of Grammar, Delivered in That and the like Introductions, to the Latine Tongue. Written Heretofore, and Made Use of in Rotheram School, and Now Published for the Profit of Young Beginners in That and Other Schools. By Charles Hoole Mr. of Arts, Now Teacher of a Private Grammar School Neer Lothbury, London. London: Printed by T.M. and are to be sold by John Clark jun. at the lower end of Cheap-side entring into Mercers Chapel, 1659.

MLA (8th ed.) Citation

Hoole, Charles. The Common Accidence Examined, and Explained, by Short Questions and Answers, According to the Very Words of the Book: Conducing Very Much to the Ease of the Teacher, and the Benefit of the Learner. Being Helpful to the Better Understanding of the Rudiments and Grounds of Grammar, Delivered in That and the like Introductions, to the Latine Tongue. Written Heretofore, and Made Use of in Rotheram School, and Now Published for the Profit of Young Beginners in That and Other Schools. By Charles Hoole Mr. of Arts, Now Teacher of a Private Grammar School Neer Lothbury, London. Printed by T.M. and are to be sold by John Clark jun. at the lower end of Cheap-side entring into Mercers Chapel, 1659.

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