Turner, William,Ruddiman, Thomas. (Eds.) (1817) Grammatical exercises on the moods, tenses and syntax of the Latin languageadapted to the method of Ruddiman's RudimentAlbany : Printed by Websters and Skinners,MLA Citation
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Grammatical exercises on the moods, tenses and syntax of the Latin language [electronic resource] : adapted to the method of Ruddiman's Rudiments
|Names:||Turner, William, | Ruddiman, Thomas,|
|Published:||Albany : Printed by Websters and Skinners, 1817.|
|Edition:||1st Albany ed., from the Edinburgh stereotype ed.|
Early American imprints. Second series ; no. 42339.
|Topics:||Latin language - Grammar.|
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|Physical Description:||304 p.
|Notes:||Electronic text and image data.
"These gramatical exercises, at first composed by the ingenious Mr. Turner, Master of the Free School in Stamford in England, under the title, Exercises to the accidence, &c ...": p. [v].
Turner, William, 1658-1726. Exercises to the accidence and grammar.
Ruddiman, Thomas, 1674-1757. Rudiments of the Latin tongue.