Catonis Disticha Moralia

Catonis Disticha Moralia

Et Lilii Monita Pædagogica; Or, Cato's Moral Distichs, and Lily's Pædagogical Admonitions, With the Following Improvements, in A Method Entirely New; Viz. The Words of the Author Placed According to Their Grammatical Construction, in the Lower Part of the Page. An Alphabetical Vocabulary of All the Words, Shewing Their Parts of Speech, and Signification. The Themes of the Verbs With Their Government. A Table of Scanning, Containing All the Possible Variations of Hexameter and Pentameter Verse; by Which Every Line of the Author May Be Scanned. Lastly, The Rhetorical Figures Are Placed at the Bottom of Each Page as They Occur. For the Use of Schools. By John Stirling, M. A. and Master of St. Andrew's School in Holbourn

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Publisher: London : printed for the author, and sold by Thomas Astley, at the Rose, over against the North Door of St. Paul's, 1734
Edition: The second edition
Characteristics: [8],39,[1]p. ; 8⁰


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