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Practical rhetorick. Or, Certain little sentences varied according to the rules prescribed by Erasmus, in his most excellent book De copia verborum & rerum : Wherein children may be exercised, when they first begin to translate Latin, with many advantages, as will appear by the ensuing epistle. Framed first for the use of a private school, kept in the house of Mr. Francis Atkinson: and now commended to the use of all schools. By Joshua Pool, Mr. of Arts. Preview this item
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Practical rhetorick. Or, Certain little sentences varied according to the rules prescribed by Erasmus, in his most excellent book De copia verborum & rerum : Wherein children may be exercised, when they first begin to translate Latin, with many advantages, as will appear by the ensuing epistle. Framed first for the use of a private school, kept in the house of Mr. Francis Atkinson: and now commended to the use of all schools. By Joshua Pool, Mr. of Arts.

Author: Josua Poole
Publisher: London : Printed for T. Johnson, at the Golden Key in Pauls Church yard, 1663.
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Genre/Form: Early works
Early works to 1800
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Josua Poole
OCLC Number: 606870066
Description: 1 online resource ([16], 202, [6] pages)
Other Titles: Practical rhetorick
Certain little sentences varied according to the rules prescribed by Erasmus, in his most excellent book De copia verborum & rerum

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