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A new grammar of the Latin tongue, or, A rational, short, comprehensive and plain method of communicating that language to tender capacities : 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 the initiating of learners, as for the convenience of such as through disuse may have partly lost their Latin : to which is added, a vocabulary, and practical apparatus to the making of Latin /

by John Holmes, master of the publick grammar school in Holt, Norfolk.

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Main Author: Holmes, John
Other Names: Holmes, John, | Strahan, William, | Hitch, Charles, | Hawes, Lacy,
Published: London : Printed by W. Strahan for the author, and sold by C. Hitch and L. Hawes, in Pater-noster-Row, MDCCLIV [1754]
Edition: The sixth edition, corrected.
Topics: Latin language - Composition and exercises - Early works to 1800. | Latin language - Grammar - Early works to 1800. | Classical languages - Grammar - Early works to 1800.
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