A battle-door for teachers & professors to learn singular and plural
You to many, and Thou to one; singular one, Thou, plural many, You. Wherein is shewed forth by grammar, or Scripture examples, how several nations and people have made a distinction between singular an[d] plural ... Also, in this book is set forth examples of the singular and plural about Thou, and You, in several languages, divided into distinct Battle-doors, or formes, or examples; English, Latin, Italian, Greek, Hebrew ... In the latter part of this book are contained severall bad unsavory words gathered forth of certain school-books ... /
George Fox, John Stubs, Benjamin Furley.
|Main Creator:||Fox, George, 1624-1691.|
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London : Printed for Robert Wilson, and are to be sold at his shop at the signe of the Black-spread-eagle and Wind-mil in Martins le Grand, 1660.
Gives the use of thou and you in 35 languages.
Reproduction of the original in the York Minster.
Physical description:  94 (i.e. 100) 12, 8, 12, 19, , 27 (i.e. 20), 19, , 28 p. ; 27 cm.
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