An Introduction to the Making of Latin

An Introduction to the Making of Latin

Comprising, After An Easy and Compendious Method, the Substance of the Latin Syntax; With Proper English Examples, Most of Them Translations From the Classic Authors, in One Column, and the Latin Words in Another. To Which Is Subjoined, in the Same Method, A Succinct Account of the Affairs of Ancient Greece and Rome; Intended at Once to Bring Boys Acquainted With History, and the Idiom of the Latin Tongue: With Rules for the Gender of Nouns. By John Clarke. The Twenty-eighth Edition, Corrected. To Which Are Annexed the Rules of Syntax, Adapted to the Westminster Grammar, and Also Those to Ward's New Edition of Lily, With Other Additions

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Publisher: London : printed by M. Brown, for B. Law, W. Ginger and Son, C. Dilly, J. Johnson, G. G. and J. Robinson, W. J. and J. Richardson, F. and C. Rivington, R. Baldwin, J. Mathews, W. Lowndes, J. Scatcherd, G. Wilkie, T. Kay, T. N. Longman, H. Lowndes, Lee and Hurst, J. Wallis, 1798
Characteristics: 307,[1]p. ; 12⁰


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