APA (7th ed.) Citation

Hoole, C., & Lily, W. (1970). The Latine grammar fitted for the use of schools: Wherein the words of Lilie's Grammar are (as much as might bee) reteined, 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 children's capacitie. Printed by William Du-Gard, and are to bee sold by John Clark ....

Chicago Style (17th ed.) Citation

Hoole, Charles, and William Lily. The Latine Grammar Fitted for the Use of Schools: Wherein the Words of Lilie's Grammar Are (as Much as Might Bee) Reteined, 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 Children's Capacitie. London: Printed by William Du-Gard, and are to bee sold by John Clark ..., 1970.

MLA (8th ed.) Citation

Hoole, Charles, and William Lily. The Latine Grammar Fitted for the Use of Schools: Wherein the Words of Lilie's Grammar Are (as Much as Might Bee) Reteined, 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 Children's Capacitie. Printed by William Du-Gard, and are to bee sold by John Clark ..., 1970.

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