The American Latin grammar: or, A complete introduction to the Latin tongue : formed from a careful perusal of the classic authors, and the writings of the best grammarians, both English and Latin. By Robert Ross, A.M. Published principally for the use of the grammar school at Nassau-Hall, in Princeton, and particularly recommended to all those who design to send their children to New-Jersey College

Main Author: Ross, Robert
Corporate Authors: College of New Jersey, College of New Jersey (Princeton, N.J.)
Other Authors: Burr, Aaron ([ed]), Finley, Samuel ([ed]), Noel, Garrat
Format: eBook
Published: New-York Printed by James Parker, for Garrat Noel, and sold only at his book store next door to the Merchant's Coffee-House 1770, M,DCC,LXX. [1770]
Edition:The fifth edition, carefully revised, corrected, and enlarged. To which is now first added, a vocabulary, containing the chief of the irregular nouns and verbs, and the principal part of the words used in the syntaxis, and the first forty colloquies of Cordery
Online Access:
Collection: Eighteenth Century Collections Online / ECCO - Collection details see MPG.ReNa
Item Description:"Errata."--p. [1], 2nd count. - "Rules and customs to be observed by the members of the grammar-school in Nassau-Hall."--p. 113-114. - Bookseller's advertisement, p. [164-166]. - Compiled by Ross with revisions by Aaron Burr and Samuel Finley, presidents of Princeton University. Cf. Dexter's Yale graduates. - English Short Title Catalog, W11571. - Evans, 11840. - First published in 1752 under the title: A complete introduction to the Latin tongue. - Reproduction of original from Library of Congress
Physical Description:Online-Ressource ([2],162,[4]p) 12°