APA Citation

Ash, J. (1761). Grammatical institutes: Or, an easy introduction to Dr. Lowth's English grammar, designed for the use of schools, And to lead Young Gentlemen and Ladies into the Knowledge of the first Principles of the English Language. By John Ash, with an appendix, containing, I. The Declension of irregular and defective Verbs. II. The Application of the Grammatical Institutes. III. Some useful Observations on the Ellipsis (The fourth edition, revised and corrected by the author.). London: printed for E. and C. Dilly in the Poultry.

Chicago Style Citation

Ash, John. Grammatical Institutes: Or, an Easy Introduction to Dr. Lowth's English Grammar, Designed for the Use of Schools, And to Lead Young Gentlemen and Ladies Into the Knowledge of the First Principles of the English Language. By John Ash, With an Appendix, Containing, I. The Declension of Irregular and Defective Verbs. II. The Application of the Grammatical Institutes. III. Some Useful Observations On the Ellipsis. The fourth edition, revised and corrected by the author. London: printed for E. and C. Dilly in the Poultry, 1761.

MLA Citation

Ash, John. Grammatical Institutes: Or, an Easy Introduction to Dr. Lowth's English Grammar, Designed for the Use of Schools, And to Lead Young Gentlemen and Ladies Into the Knowledge of the First Principles of the English Language. By John Ash, With an Appendix, Containing, I. The Declension of Irregular and Defective Verbs. II. The Application of the Grammatical Institutes. III. Some Useful Observations On the Ellipsis. The fourth edition, revised and corrected by the author. London: printed for E. and C. Dilly in the Poultry, 1761.

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