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The English particles rendered into classical Latin, according to their various significations, in alphabetical order. : To which are added, several practical examples to exercise the learner. For the use of schools. By Thomas Stackhouse, A.M.

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Main Author: Stackhouse, Thomas
Published: London : Printed by John Dixcey Cornish, for Robert Horsfield, at No. 22, in Ludgate Street, MDCCLXXII. [1772]
Series: Eighteenth century collections online.
Topics: English language - Composition and exercises - Early works to 1800. | Latin language - Composition and exercises - Early works to 1800.
Genres: Early works.
Online Access: ECCO - Full text online
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