Prosodia construed, and the meaning of the most difficult words therein contained, plainly illustrated; being an addition to the construction of Lilie's rules, and of necessary use. By Barnab. Hampton. William Lily.
Prosodia construed, and the meaning of the most difficult words therein contained, plainly illustrated; being an addition to the construction of Lilie's rules, and of necessary use. By Barnab. Hampton

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Prosodia construed, and the meaning of the most difficult words therein contained, plainly illustrated; being an addition to the construction of Lilie's rules, and of necessary use. By Barnab. Hampton

London: Roger Norton, 1690. 16mo, unpaged; A-B8; title page printed within typographically decorative border, text in double column; see Wing L2265A for the first (1660) edition; bound with: Stockwood, John, The Treatise of the Figures at the End of the Rules of Construction in the Latin Grammar, construed. With every example applyed and fitted to his rule, for the help of the weaker sort in the grammar schools, London: Roger Norton, 1690; unpaged; A-C8; see STC 23284.5 for the first (1609) edition. Together in contemporary speckled calf recently rebacked to match, pages a bit browned, contemporary ownership signature on Prosodia title page, small losses to Treatise signatures B4 and C, the latter repaired, touching a few letters without loss of meaning. Apprently unrecorded editions of two Latin grammars: not in OCLC, ESTC, or Wing. Item #44678

Price: $2,500.00

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