A short introduction of grammar. :
Generally to be used. Compiled and set forth for the bringing up of all those that intend to attain to the knowledge of the Latin tongue /
[by William Lily and John Colet. With Guilielmi Lilii Carmen de Moribus], 1672 ; followed by Brevisima [sic] Institutio, seu Ratio grammatices cognoscendae, ad omnium puerorum utilitatem praescripta: quam solam Regia Majestas in omnibus scholis docendam praecipit. [By William Lily, rev. by Erasmus and T. Robertson]. 1671.
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printed for J. Ray, E. Dobson, P. Campbell, J. Milner,
|Notes:||Anonymous. By William Lily, with contributions by John Colet, Thomas Robertson, and others. |
Probably issued with his 'Brevissima institutio', Dublin, 1702.
The text is continuous, despite the pagination.
Sig A4-Q4. sep. t.-pages, woodcut borders.
Physical description: 16,7-62 p. ; small and 8vo
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