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A practical grammar of the Greek tongue. Wherein all the rules are express’d in English; those, necessary to be got by heart, made the Text; others immediately subjoin’d in the form of Notes. The whole establish’d upon Rational Principles, supported by Classical Authorities, and consider’d, as to Method and Length, with all convenience to the Learner. With a Vocabulary of such Particulars, as could not well be dispos’d into the Body of the Grammar. Being a Collection from those very Learned Masters, Clenardus, Antesignanus, Vossius, Posselius, Cambden, Busby, Leeds, Blackwall, &c. Drawn up at first to serve a private occasion of Life, and now made publick, as a Testimony of Respect to the British Youth.
London: 1734 or 1740.
NoteA precise edition for this title cannot be identified as it is only listed in the 18th Century catalogs, which do not list full publication details. See ESTC links at left for a complete list of editions that may have been owned by the Library.
Not in Collection
|Borrower Name||Volume||Date Out||Date In||Fine||Transcribed
|Malcolm Campbell||8/30/1800||9/5/1800||Milners G Gram|
|Malcolm Campbell||7/30/1802||8/10/1802||Millers G. Grammar|