Phraseologia generalis :
continens, quæcunque sunt scitu necessaria, & praxi, usuique studiosorum philologicorum, maxime utilia, in cunctis operibus phraseologicis, Anglico-Latinis, seu Latino-Anglicanis, hucúsque, hîc, in lucem editis; eaque succinctè, & methodicè, disposita; in gratiam studiosæ juventutis, & ad faciliorem, ac fœliciorem, in studiis suis philogicis, progressum. = A full, large, and general phrase book; comprehending, whatsoever is necessary and most usefull, in all other phraseological books, (hitherto, here, published;) and methodically digested; for the more speedy, and prosperous progress of students, in their humanity studies. By William Robertson, A.M.
|Main Creator:||Robertson, William, d. 1686?|
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Cambridge : printed by John Hayes, printer to the University. 1681. And are to be sold by George Sawbridge, at the Bible, on Ludgate Hill, London, 
With a preliminary advertisement leaf.
The last leaf is a vertical half-title: Cambridge phrases.
Imperfect. Tp., etc., wanting. The above title is taken from the British Museum catalogue, but may not refer to this edition.
Physical description: , 1366,  p. ; 8vo
Citations/References: Wing (CD-Rom, 1996), R1616
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