The English-grammar, or, The institution of letters, syllables, and words in the English-tongue
conteining [sic] all rules and directions necessary to bee known for the judicious reading, right-speaking, and writing thereof : very useful for all that desire to bee expert in the foresaid properties, more especially profitable for scholars immediately before their entrance into the rudiments of the Latine-tongue ... /
composed by Jer. Wharton ...
|Main Creator:||Wharton, Jeremiah.|
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London : Printed by William Du-Gard for the autor [sic], 1654.
Reproduction of original in Bodleian Library.
"A collection of certain words like in sound, but unlike in signification and manner of writing": p. 89-109.
Physical description: , 109 p.
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