A grammar of the English tongue : with notes, giving the grounds and reason of grammar in general. To which are now added, the arts of poetry, rhetoric, logic, &c. making a compleat system of an English education. For the use of the schools of Great Britain and Ireland

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Language:English
Published: London printed by R. Brugis, for John Brightland. Sold by Mr. Brown and Mr. Tooke at Temple-Bar, Mr. Walthoe and Mr. Ward in the Temple, Mr. Churchill and Mr. Taylor in Pater-Noster-Row; Mr. Child, Mr. Knapton, and Mr. Midwinter in St. Paul's Church-Yard; Mr. Boddington Duck-Lane, Mr. Sprint in Little-Britain; Mr. Phillips, Mr. Strahan, and Mr. Smith at the Royal-Exchange; Mr. Tracey on London-Bridge; Mr. Varnam and Mr. Osborne in Lombard-Street, Mr. Freebairn, in Edinburgh; Mr. Dobson, in Dublin; and other booksellers 1712, MDCCXII [1712]
Edition:The second edition, with improvements
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Collection: Eighteenth Century Collections Online / ECCO - Collection details see MPG.ReNa
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245 0 0 |a A grammar of the English tongue  |h Elektronische Ressource  |b with notes, giving the grounds and reason of grammar in general. To which are now added, the arts of poetry, rhetoric, logic, &c. making a compleat system of an English education. For the use of the schools of Great Britain and Ireland 
250 |a The second edition, with improvements 
260 |a London  |b printed by R. Brugis, for John Brightland. Sold by Mr. Brown and Mr. Tooke at Temple-Bar, Mr. Walthoe and Mr. Ward in the Temple, Mr. Churchill and Mr. Taylor in Pater-Noster-Row; Mr. Child, Mr. Knapton, and Mr. Midwinter in St. Paul's Church-Yard; Mr. Boddington Duck-Lane, Mr. Sprint in Little-Britain; Mr. Phillips, Mr. Strahan, and Mr. Smith at the Royal-Exchange; Mr. Tracey on London-Bridge; Mr. Varnam and Mr. Osborne in Lombard-Street, Mr. Freebairn, in Edinburgh; Mr. Dobson, in Dublin; and other booksellers  |c 1712, MDCCXII [1712] 
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653 |a English poetry / 18th century 
653 |a Logic / Early works to 1800 
653 |a Persuasion (Rhetoric) 
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