APA Citation

Greenwood, J. (1770). The royal English grammar: Containing what is necessary to the knowledge of the English tongue, laid down in a plain and familiar way. For the use of young gentlemen and ladies. To which are added, lessons for boys at school, shewing the use of the parts of speech, and the joining words together in a sentence. By James Greenwood sur-master of St. Paul's School (The eighth edition.). London: Printed for J. Nourse opposite Katherine-Street in the Strand, bookseller in Ordinary to His Majesty.

Chicago Style Citation

Greenwood, James. The Royal English Grammar: Containing What Is Necessary to the Knowledge of the English Tongue, Laid Down in a Plain and Familiar Way. For the Use of Young Gentlemen and Ladies. To Which Are Added, Lessons for Boys At School, Shewing the Use of the Parts of Speech, and the Joining Words Together in a Sentence. By James Greenwood Sur-master of St. Paul's School. The eighth edition. London: Printed for J. Nourse opposite Katherine-Street in the Strand, bookseller in Ordinary to His Majesty, 1770.

MLA Citation

Greenwood, James. The Royal English Grammar: Containing What Is Necessary to the Knowledge of the English Tongue, Laid Down in a Plain and Familiar Way. For the Use of Young Gentlemen and Ladies. To Which Are Added, Lessons for Boys At School, Shewing the Use of the Parts of Speech, and the Joining Words Together in a Sentence. By James Greenwood Sur-master of St. Paul's School. The eighth edition. London: Printed for J. Nourse opposite Katherine-Street in the Strand, bookseller in Ordinary to His Majesty, 1770.

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