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 supplyed : and all things ordered in a method more agreeable to childrens capacitie /

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Author / Creator:Hoole, Charles, 1610-1667
Edition:The fourth edition more exactly corrected than the former impressions.
Imprint:London : Printed by R.J. for F. Smith ..., 1665.
Description:[8], 322, [6] p. ; 16 cm. (8vo)
Subject:Latin language -- Grammar
Latin language -- Grammar.
Format: Print Book
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Other title:Grammatica Latina in usum scholarum adornata.
Notes:"And (that nothing might be wanting to the purpose) the English translation is set down on the contrarie page for the benefit of young-learners."
Added t.p.: Grammatica Latina in usum scholarum adornata.
Parallel texts in English and Latin.
"Imprimatur, Joh. Hall: R.P.D. Episc. Lon. a sac. Domest. Feb. 26, 1663."--licence leaf.
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