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The Resource A new English accidence, : by way of short question and answer, built upon the plan of the Latin grammar, so far as it agrees with, and is consistent with the Nature and Genius of the English Tongue. Designed for the use and benefit, and Adapted to the Capacity of young lads at the English school. In Order to teach them the Grounds of their Mother Tongue, and fit them for the more easy and expeditious attaining the Grammar of the Latin, or any other Language. By a school-master in the Country. Humbly Address'd to the Teachers of English Schools in Great-Britain, and submitted to their Candour and Judgment. If no Children were to learn Latin, or any other Foreign Language, 'till they had first learned the Art of Grammar in their Mother Tongue. I doubt not but our Latin Schools, would soon become much more successful and useful to the Nation, than ever yet they have been Mr. A. Lane's Preface to his Art of Letters, (electronic resource)

A new English accidence, : by way of short question and answer, built upon the plan of the Latin grammar, so far as it agrees with, and is consistent with the Nature and Genius of the English Tongue. Designed for the use and benefit, and Adapted to the Capacity of young lads at the English school. In Order to teach them the Grounds of their Mother Tongue, and fit them for the more easy and expeditious attaining the Grammar of the Latin, or any other Language. By a school-master in the Country. Humbly Address'd to the Teachers of English Schools in Great-Britain, and submitted to their Candour and Judgment. If no Children were to learn Latin, or any other Foreign Language, 'till they had first learned the Art of Grammar in their Mother Tongue. I doubt not but our Latin Schools, would soon become much more successful and useful to the Nation, than ever yet they have been Mr. A. Lane's Preface to his Art of Letters, (electronic resource)

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A new English accidence, : by way of short question and answer, built upon the plan of the Latin grammar, so far as it agrees with, and is consistent with the Nature and Genius of the English Tongue. Designed for the use and benefit, and Adapted to the Capacity of young lads at the English school. In Order to teach them the Grounds of their Mother Tongue, and fit them for the more easy and expeditious attaining the Grammar of the Latin, or any other Language. By a school-master in the Country. Humbly Address'd to the Teachers of English Schools in Great-Britain, and submitted to their Candour and Judgment. If no Children were to learn Latin, or any other Foreign Language, 'till they had first learned the Art of Grammar in their Mother Tongue. I doubt not but our Latin Schools, would soon become much more successful and useful to the Nation, than ever yet they have been Mr. A. Lane's Preface to his Art of Letters
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A new English accidence,
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by way of short question and answer, built upon the plan of the Latin grammar, so far as it agrees with, and is consistent with the Nature and Genius of the English Tongue. Designed for the use and benefit, and Adapted to the Capacity of young lads at the English school. In Order to teach them the Grounds of their Mother Tongue, and fit them for the more easy and expeditious attaining the Grammar of the Latin, or any other Language. By a school-master in the Country. Humbly Address'd to the Teachers of English Schools in Great-Britain, and submitted to their Candour and Judgment. If no Children were to learn Latin, or any other Foreign Language, 'till they had first learned the Art of Grammar in their Mother Tongue. I doubt not but our Latin Schools, would soon become much more successful and useful to the Nation, than ever yet they have been Mr. A. Lane's Preface to his Art of Letters
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eng
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Uk-ES
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  • I.75
  • T138098
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  • Alston
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A new English accidence, : by way of short question and answer, built upon the plan of the Latin grammar, so far as it agrees with, and is consistent with the Nature and Genius of the English Tongue. Designed for the use and benefit, and Adapted to the Capacity of young lads at the English school. In Order to teach them the Grounds of their Mother Tongue, and fit them for the more easy and expeditious attaining the Grammar of the Latin, or any other Language. By a school-master in the Country. Humbly Address'd to the Teachers of English Schools in Great-Britain, and submitted to their Candour and Judgment. If no Children were to learn Latin, or any other Foreign Language, 'till they had first learned the Art of Grammar in their Mother Tongue. I doubt not but our Latin Schools, would soon become much more successful and useful to the Nation, than ever yet they have been Mr. A. Lane's Preface to his Art of Letters, (electronic resource)
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  • In ECCO, Eighteenth Century Collections Online
  • Reproduction of original from British Library
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ESTCT138098
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120
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unknown
Extent
10,[12],98p.
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electronic
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Access restricted to subscribing institutions
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Electronic reproduction.
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A new English accidence, : by way of short question and answer, built upon the plan of the Latin grammar, so far as it agrees with, and is consistent with the Nature and Genius of the English Tongue. Designed for the use and benefit, and Adapted to the Capacity of young lads at the English school. In Order to teach them the Grounds of their Mother Tongue, and fit them for the more easy and expeditious attaining the Grammar of the Latin, or any other Language. By a school-master in the Country. Humbly Address'd to the Teachers of English Schools in Great-Britain, and submitted to their Candour and Judgment. If no Children were to learn Latin, or any other Foreign Language, 'till they had first learned the Art of Grammar in their Mother Tongue. I doubt not but our Latin Schools, would soon become much more successful and useful to the Nation, than ever yet they have been Mr. A. Lane's Preface to his Art of Letters, (electronic resource)
Publication
Note
  • In ECCO, Eighteenth Century Collections Online
  • Reproduction of original from British Library
Control code
ESTCT138098
Dimensions
120
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
10,[12],98p.
Form of item
electronic
Governing access note
Access restricted to subscribing institutions
Reformatting quality
not applicable
Reproduction note
Electronic reproduction.
Specific material designation
remote

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