Latin Language Quantity Early Works To 1800 : Prosodia Henrici Smetii, Medicinae D. promptissima, : quae syllabarum positione & diphthongis carentium quantitates, sola veterum poeẗarum auctoritate, adductis exemplis demonstrat.; Smet, Henrich,
Latin Language Study And Teaching English Speakers Early Works To 1800 : The Latine grammar composed in the English tongue; : wherein the excrescencies of the ordinary grammar are cut off, and the deficiencies thereof (so generally complained against) supplied; for the more easie, speedy and certain direction of all those, that have a desire to attain unto the understanding of that usefull and necessary language. / By J.B. Mr of Arts, and not long since master of the free school of Birmingham in Warwickshire.; Barton, John,
Latin Language Study And Teaching Textbooks : Via naturalis quâ lingua Latina facile percipitur. Or, The natural way to learn the Latin tongue. : Wherein the rules are few, plain, easie, and obvious to the sense of seeing. / Composed for the use of the private school, and the good of children. By William Clare.; Clare, William.
Latin Language Style Early Works To 1800 : Florilogium phrasic[o]n. Or, a survey of the Latine tongue, according to the elegancy of it's [sic] proper dialect. : Necessary for all young students in the same for their better imitation, and practise thereof, either by their voice, or pen. / And into severall heades disposed, and collected by Ioh. Huise. Mr. of Arts.; Huise, John.
Latin Language Terms And Phrases Readers : Clavis Terentiana, in usum juventutis studiosæ, or, A collection of phrases out of the six comedies : with some observations : together with an index comprehending what is most useful and profitable for the young learners thereof / by T.G., Gentleman.; T. G.,
Latin Language Textbooks : The common accidence examined and explained by short questions and answers according to the very words of the book : conducing very much to the ease of the teacher, and the benefit of the learner : being helpful to the better understanding of the rudiments and grounds of grammar, delivered in that and the like introductions to the Latine tongue / written heretofore, and made use of in Rotheram School, and now published for the profit of young beginners in that and other schools by Charles Hoole ...; Hoole, Charles,