The Greek Grammar

The Greek Grammar

Or, A Short, Plain, Critical, and Comprehensive Method of Teaching and Learning the Greek Tongue : Wherein, For the Greater Ease of Masters, and the More Expeditious Improvement of Scholars, the Common Difficulties in the Declensions, Conjugations, Contractions, Accents, Dialects, &c. Are Render'd Clear and Easy, and the Usual Obscurities in Syntaxis and Greek Poetry Entirely Removed. The Rules Necessary to Be Committed to Memory Are Distinguished by A Larger Character, and in Latin; the Rest in A Small Letter, and in English. The Whole Methodized on the Principles of Reason, and Containing the Substance of What Has Been Taught by the Best Masters, Both Abroad and at Home, Viz. Wellerus, Antesignanus, Clenard, Labbe, Verwey, Golius, Koeber, Messieurs De Port Royal, Vossius, Dr. Busby, Bp. Wettenhall, Dr. Samuel Clarke, Mr. Camden, Mr. Leeds, Mr. Lewis, Mr. Lowe, &c. To Which Is Added, A Suitable Vocabulary : the Fourth Edition, Revised and Corrected. By John Holmes, Master of the Publick Grammar School, in Holt, Norfolk

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Publisher: London : printed for the author: and sold by C. Hitch and L. Hawes in Pater-Noster Row; and the booksellers in Cambridge and Norwich, MDCCLII. [1752]
Characteristics: [8],iv,131,[1]p. ; 8⁰

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