The English grammar, or, The grounds and genius of the English tongue
with a prefatory discourse concerning its original and excellency, and, at the end, a collection of the English monosyllables, being the radical part of the language : wherein true spelling and pointing, the usual abbreviations, the several hands used in writing and characters in printing, the variety of styles and the method of books, &c. are explained /
by Guy Miege ...
|Main Creator:||Miege, Guy, 1644-1718?|
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London : Printed by J. Redmayne for the author ..., 1688.
Errata on p. .
Reproduction of original in the National Library of Wales.
Physical description: , 180 p.
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