A short introduction of grammar : generally to be used : compiled and set forth for the bringing up of all those that intend to attain to the knowledge of the Latin tongue : to which are added usefull observations by way of comment out of ancient and late grammarians. (Book, 1709) [WorldCat.org]
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A short introduction of grammar : generally to be used : compiled and set forth for the bringing up of all those that intend to attain to the knowledge of the Latin tongue : to which are added usefull observations by way of comment out of ancient and late grammarians.

Author: William Lily; John Colet; Thomas Robertson
Publisher: Oxford : At the Theater, 1709.
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Genre/Form: Early works
Early works to 1800
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: William Lily; John Colet; Thomas Robertson
OCLC Number: 7026913
Notes: Written by William Lily, first headmaster of St. Paul's School in London, John Colet, and Thomas Robertson. A short introduction of grammar and Brevissima institutio were often issued together beginning in the 1540s. It is uncertain whether this edition was issued that way.
Signatures: A-E⁸.
Description: [80] p. (the last leaf blank) : 1 ill. ; 19 cm. (8vo)
Other Titles: Charles Lamb's grammar

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