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 introduction to the Latin 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, Master of Arts: lately teacher of a private grammar-school near the Token-house Garden in Lothbury, London.
|Author / Creator:||Hoole, Charles, 1610-1667.|
|Uniform title:||Common accidents examined.|
|Imprint:||London : printed by M.C. for John Clark, and are to be sold at Mercers-Chappel in Cheapside, 1695.|
|Description:||, 153,  p.|
|Series:||Early English books, 1641-1700 ; 1889:2.|
|Subject:||Latin language -- Grammar -- Early works to 1800.|
|Format:||Microform E-Resource Book|
|URL for this record:||http://pi.lib.uchicago.edu/1001/cat/bib/5177224|
|Item Description:||An edition of: Hoole, Charles. The common accidents examined.|
"The construction of the eight parts of speech: or The second part of The common accidence" and "The examples of the English rules grammatically construed" have separate title pages; register and pagination are continuous.
With a vertical half title reading: Hool's Accidence and Terminations.
Reproduction of the original in the British Library.
|Physical Description:||, 153,  p.|