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The Resource A new grammar of the Latin tongue. : Or, a rational, short, comprehensive, and plain method of teaching that language. Freed from The many Obscurities, Defects, Superfluities, and Errors, which render the Common Grammar an insufferable Impediment to the Progress of Education. Commodiously contrived, As well for initiating Learners, as for the Convenience of those who, through Disuse, may have partly lost their Latin. To which is added a vocabulary, and A Practical Apparatus for Latin Composition. By John Holmes, late Master of the Publick Grammar School in Holt, Norfolk. The twelfth edition, corrected and enlarged by E. Harwood, D.D. What wilt thou do? Wilt thou follow Reason, or thy Ancestors? Lact. Whatever Precepts you pretend to give, Be sure to lay them down both clear and brief; By that they're easier far to apprehend, By this more faithfully preserv'd in Mind: All Things superfluous are apt to cloy The Judgment, and surcharge the Memory. Oldham, (electronic resource)

A new grammar of the Latin tongue. : Or, a rational, short, comprehensive, and plain method of teaching that language. Freed from The many Obscurities, Defects, Superfluities, and Errors, which render the Common Grammar an insufferable Impediment to the Progress of Education. Commodiously contrived, As well for initiating Learners, as for the Convenience of those who, through Disuse, may have partly lost their Latin. To which is added a vocabulary, and A Practical Apparatus for Latin Composition. By John Holmes, late Master of the Publick Grammar School in Holt, Norfolk. The twelfth edition, corrected and enlarged by E. Harwood, D.D. What wilt thou do? Wilt thou follow Reason, or thy Ancestors? Lact. Whatever Precepts you pretend to give, Be sure to lay them down both clear and brief; By that they're easier far to apprehend, By this more faithfully preserv'd in Mind: All Things superfluous are apt to cloy The Judgment, and surcharge the Memory. Oldham, (electronic resource)

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A new grammar of the Latin tongue. : Or, a rational, short, comprehensive, and plain method of teaching that language. Freed from The many Obscurities, Defects, Superfluities, and Errors, which render the Common Grammar an insufferable Impediment to the Progress of Education. Commodiously contrived, As well for initiating Learners, as for the Convenience of those who, through Disuse, may have partly lost their Latin. To which is added a vocabulary, and A Practical Apparatus for Latin Composition. By John Holmes, late Master of the Publick Grammar School in Holt, Norfolk. The twelfth edition, corrected and enlarged by E. Harwood, D.D. What wilt thou do? Wilt thou follow Reason, or thy Ancestors? Lact. Whatever Precepts you pretend to give, Be sure to lay them down both clear and brief; By that they're easier far to apprehend, By this more faithfully preserv'd in Mind: All Things superfluous are apt to cloy The Judgment, and surcharge the Memory. Oldham
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A new grammar of the Latin tongue.
Title remainder
Or, a rational, short, comprehensive, and plain method of teaching that language. Freed from The many Obscurities, Defects, Superfluities, and Errors, which render the Common Grammar an insufferable Impediment to the Progress of Education. Commodiously contrived, As well for initiating Learners, as for the Convenience of those who, through Disuse, may have partly lost their Latin. To which is added a vocabulary, and A Practical Apparatus for Latin Composition. By John Holmes, late Master of the Publick Grammar School in Holt, Norfolk. The twelfth edition, corrected and enlarged by E. Harwood, D.D. What wilt thou do? Wilt thou follow Reason, or thy Ancestors? Lact. Whatever Precepts you pretend to give, Be sure to lay them down both clear and brief; By that they're easier far to apprehend, By this more faithfully preserv'd in Mind: All Things superfluous are apt to cloy The Judgment, and surcharge the Memory. Oldham
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Language
eng
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CU-RivES
Citation location within source
N10261
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English Short Title Catalog
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1703-1759
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Holmes, John
Nature of contents
dictionaries
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Latin language
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A new grammar of the Latin tongue. : Or, a rational, short, comprehensive, and plain method of teaching that language. Freed from The many Obscurities, Defects, Superfluities, and Errors, which render the Common Grammar an insufferable Impediment to the Progress of Education. Commodiously contrived, As well for initiating Learners, as for the Convenience of those who, through Disuse, may have partly lost their Latin. To which is added a vocabulary, and A Practical Apparatus for Latin Composition. By John Holmes, late Master of the Publick Grammar School in Holt, Norfolk. The twelfth edition, corrected and enlarged by E. Harwood, D.D. What wilt thou do? Wilt thou follow Reason, or thy Ancestors? Lact. Whatever Precepts you pretend to give, Be sure to lay them down both clear and brief; By that they're easier far to apprehend, By this more faithfully preserv'd in Mind: All Things superfluous are apt to cloy The Judgment, and surcharge the Memory. Oldham, (electronic resource)
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  • In ECCO, Eighteenth Century Collections Online
  • Titlepage in red and black
  • The vocabulary is separately paginated; the register is continuous
  • Reproduction of original from Harvard University Graduate School of Education Gutman
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ESTCN10261
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80
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[4],xii,80,24p.
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electronic
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A new grammar of the Latin tongue. : Or, a rational, short, comprehensive, and plain method of teaching that language. Freed from The many Obscurities, Defects, Superfluities, and Errors, which render the Common Grammar an insufferable Impediment to the Progress of Education. Commodiously contrived, As well for initiating Learners, as for the Convenience of those who, through Disuse, may have partly lost their Latin. To which is added a vocabulary, and A Practical Apparatus for Latin Composition. By John Holmes, late Master of the Publick Grammar School in Holt, Norfolk. The twelfth edition, corrected and enlarged by E. Harwood, D.D. What wilt thou do? Wilt thou follow Reason, or thy Ancestors? Lact. Whatever Precepts you pretend to give, Be sure to lay them down both clear and brief; By that they're easier far to apprehend, By this more faithfully preserv'd in Mind: All Things superfluous are apt to cloy The Judgment, and surcharge the Memory. Oldham, (electronic resource)
Publication
Note
  • In ECCO, Eighteenth Century Collections Online
  • Titlepage in red and black
  • The vocabulary is separately paginated; the register is continuous
  • Reproduction of original from Harvard University Graduate School of Education Gutman
Control code
ESTCN10261
Dimensions
80
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
[4],xii,80,24p.
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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