APA Citation

Gambold, W. (1727). A welsh grammar: Or, a short and easie introduction to the Welsh tongue. In 2 parts. Viz: I. A particular Account of the several Parts of the Welsh Torgue; with the Accidents and Properties unto Them respectively appertaining: as Cases, Genders, Numbers, Conjugations, Moods, Tenses, &c. II. A full Syntax of each of those Parts: shewing, What Places They peculiarly claim in Construction; and what Changes They make in the Initials of one another, accord- to the constant Tenor of stated rules as there in set down. Whereunto is added, A copicus Alphabetical Table of Particles, shewing the proper Effects of Them on the Initials of subsequent words: if not suspended by other more prevailing parts in the sentence. By W. G. Rector of Puncheston in Pembroke-Shire. Anno Domini. 1724. Carmarthen: printed by Nicolas Thomas.

Chicago Style Citation

Gambold, William. A Welsh Grammar: Or, a Short and Easie Introduction to the Welsh Tongue. In 2 Parts. Viz: I. A Particular Account of the Several Parts of the Welsh Torgue; With the Accidents and Properties Unto Them Respectively Appertaining: As Cases, Genders, Numbers, Conjugations, Moods, Tenses, &c. II. A Full Syntax of Each of Those Parts: Shewing, What Places They Peculiarly Claim in Construction; and What Changes They Make in the Initials of One Another, Accord- to the Constant Tenor of Stated Rules As There in Set Down. Whereunto Is Added, A Copicus Alphabetical Table of Particles, Shewing the Proper Effects of Them On the Initials of Subsequent Words: If Not Suspended By Other More Prevailing Parts in the Sentence. By W. G. Rector of Puncheston in Pembroke-Shire. Anno Domini. 1724. Carmarthen: printed by Nicolas Thomas, 1727.

MLA Citation

Gambold, William. A Welsh Grammar: Or, a Short and Easie Introduction to the Welsh Tongue. In 2 Parts. Viz: I. A Particular Account of the Several Parts of the Welsh Torgue; With the Accidents and Properties Unto Them Respectively Appertaining: As Cases, Genders, Numbers, Conjugations, Moods, Tenses, &c. II. A Full Syntax of Each of Those Parts: Shewing, What Places They Peculiarly Claim in Construction; and What Changes They Make in the Initials of One Another, Accord- to the Constant Tenor of Stated Rules As There in Set Down. Whereunto Is Added, A Copicus Alphabetical Table of Particles, Shewing the Proper Effects of Them On the Initials of Subsequent Words: If Not Suspended By Other More Prevailing Parts in the Sentence. By W. G. Rector of Puncheston in Pembroke-Shire. Anno Domini. 1724. Carmarthen: printed by Nicolas Thomas, 1727.

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