English examples. To be turned into Latin beginning with the nominative case and verb as 'tis varied through all moods and tenses. And after fitted to all the rules of the grammar to which are added some cautions for children to avoid mistakes in making Latin; forms of epistles, themes, and other exercises for the use of young beginners at Bury School. To which now is added an index of all the English words that are in this book, with the Latin words proper to them

Edward Leedes London : printed for Thomas Simmons at the Princes Arms in Ludgate-street, 1681

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